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Does Nigeria Need A Revolution To Move Forward?

[b][/b] Guys i would very much love to ask you, what can we do to move this country forward? do we need a revolution in nigeria just like the french and americans?

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for calling it a landfill, you will definitely need a visa to be allowed back in **angry red face**

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Yea, that's the perfect solution. As if some of our past politicians are/were immortal.

Thank God I'm out of that landfill called Nigeria.

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whats the next step then, i am fully ready for that.,.

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^^^

You made a very good point

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and that will change the system right? Yes our parents have been parroting this stuff and we have now inherited that but seriously is that the best way to do that?

I dont think so.

NITEL was exploiting us for years. making us queue in lines just to speak for 10 mins.

making us pay for calls we didnt make. what killed them? Progress. GSM killed them off and rendered miles of copper wire useless.

I believe we can do that too in some ways.

Wanna change nigeria? throw your hat in the ring. Gather people together and run for office, then act different when you get there. If you keep impressing us, we will keep voting you in all the way to that guarded villa.

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Yes we need a very bloody revolution that will start with the arrest of Obj and violent murder of IBB

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Nigeria dont even know what she needs . . . .

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I agree with you. Let's start with the corrupt Judiciary. Look at the way a judge indicted for perjury and consorting with politicians with cases before him has been asked to APOLOGISE for perjury, a criminal offence carrying a jail term. Not only that, Justice Ayo Salami has been allowed to continue as the President of the Court of Appeal. That is a slap on all right-thinking Nigerians and a disgrace to our country.

Let's target him with protests in EVERY WAY and on EVERY DAY until he is removed from office.

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A revolution may be successful(Ghana) or fail (Somalia, Liberia, Chad)

Pray for a God instigated one (Jehu, 2 Kings7,11)

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How do we kill babangida. Obj atiku tinubu odili oyinlola nnamani ibori el rufai shetima allison madueke okonjo iweala all the present and former ministers governors except fashola chime and goje. David mark etc. We need to exterminate them. Whoelse remain sef

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Is Nigeria even redeemable?

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our need for change is obvious but it is also obvious that the political class we have canot and will not enforce change internally,something has to be done externally.

the political class is bent on self preservation and that status quo tendency is anti change,hence change must be enforced externally and unfortunately it will be bloody.

our diverse ethnicity is our saving grace as it will be difficult to have a revolution without ethnic colouration.But i see no other way out.

our politicians irrespective of the acronym of their afiliation are sworn to preserving the political class and the class has proven over and over again to be nothing but a band of greedy,inept and corrupt gangsters,so what other option do we have?

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This topic would not exist if Nigerians had shunned ethnic and religious bigotry to vote for Buhari or Ribadu. Some of us said it over and over again that every single index of comparison confirmed GEJ was , by far, the worst choice possible. The worst AGIP and the most ruinous hands who have destroyed our Nation supported GEJ zealously because they saw a 'kindred spirit' who would protect their interest.  

We all see how GEJ's decisions so far blatantly and disgustingly only favour the 'oligarchs' and "owners of Nigeria". Whatever the fault of Buhari and Ribadu , I know , from their actions , immaterialistic nature and history, we would all have reasons to be optimistic about the future if either had become President instead of GEJ. No one would be talking of a revolution. Most people do not understand that we did not need Jesus Christ sworn in on May 29th . We just needed someone decent and immaterialistic enough to decide that enough is enough of inhuman greed. We had to gain an immaterialistic and brave person.

If we shunned the peaceful revolution of ousting the PDP then we are certainly not ready for a bloody revolution because a revolution of that kind can only be carried out by a totally subjugated people [b]who genuinely want change [/b]and not by those who deliberately voted for the continuation of corruption and mismagement of our commonwealth.

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I would prefer mini-uprisings each targeted at one problem or the other. We need to steadily wrest power away from the corrupt.

The british did it by steadily winning over different rights and powers from their monarchs until they were finally powerful enough to turn them into figureheads.

Same way the shippers and merchants of Hamburg managed to do so.

It will require the assistance of rich nigerians too. They will be in a position to put pressure on the government at critical points.

A bloody revolution? not sure its going to be good. The system is too corrupt to cleaned off by killing a few people.

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Ye we do. Some politicians needs to die!!

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Yes we do, their is hardly any nation today that progressed with out some form of revolution that empowered the masses, be it france, usa,china or even the peace loving indian nationalists

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revolutions scare the crap out of me.

its all too easy for revolutions to devolve into secterian violence with the lower classes against the bourgoise

(remember the reign of terror?)

also, most revolutions, in my opinion, only lead to a rearrangement of the status quo(the old system stays in place(old wine in new bottle), but with different people on top.from then on, its business as usual.

please, please, don't wish for that sort of thing, in any breakdown of law and order, its people like us(the bourgeiose, )that suffer the most.

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