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Can You Sacrifice Your Life For A Country Like Nigeria?

About two weeks ago the phrase "re-branding nigeria was the "top talk" of every news paper, media house and ,

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Nigeria is not worth dieing for untill criminals (Ibori, IBB,)etc are brought to justice then this question can be asked.  Afterall when a policeman or soldier dies in their line of duty, we have how greatly they are appreciated and their families they left behind are supported.  Yes, I love Naija, but am not laying down my life for poo.

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@Nuzo

Ok - interprete the last two posts he made.

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I have never come across any of Jakumo's meaningless post. Or maybe, am just as silly as you are accusing him of being.

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I have punished myself accordingly.

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sacrifice my life for Nigeria at this time?

GOD FORBID

If they sacrifice me for Nigeria, i will beg GOD to let me come back and die in another way- its dat bad

Compare the way the Americans treat their lost soldeirs to their Nigerian counterparts and u'd be forced to think twice

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hmmmm- while trying to be jovial or philosophical, some postings actually become very meaningless.

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In a loose sense, all ritual sacrifice dismemberment victims in Nigeria could be said to have sacrificed their lives for Nigeria, given that the vendors and buyers of their recycled body parts will most likely be of Nigerian nationality. Whether such organ donors can be credited with stimulating the economy is yet another consideration worthy of debate.

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The people in the countries you praise and run to, they gave everything, all, their lives and everything for their country - to keep it on, so that people like you can run there at will, if they acted like y'all, where will you run to? What have you given the country, nothing, yet, you want the country to give things to you in return? Do you pay your tax, no, do you vote in elections, no? You have absolutely no reason to talk in here.

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No, not 4 any country my biological or chemical country.

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I would. I would for my family, for an ideal. Unlike many,I am realistic about Nigeria.  I see it as a developing country, which is why I do not froth at the mouth about lack of electricity etcetera. These things will come, if the unholy trinity of racists, American Nigerians and jealous Africans, do not first destroy the country.  In a sense, the question is moot because right now in the Delta, Nigerian solders and some genuine rebels are laying down their lives for Nigeria whatever the critics might argue otherwise. .

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