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Is Nigeria A Failed Nation ?

A nation where the people have to provide their own roads , their own light their own jobs their own security , i mean a nation where nothing works is a failed nation right ? like nigeria ?

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“Failed state” is an official term used to describe the state of a nation and its governance. Nigeria shows many signs of a failed nation. This question is complicated and the answer has to be well studied. READ ALSO: Is Nigeria a failed state? Article to get all the data on the subject https://ask.naij.com/politics/is-nigeria-a-failed-state-i23435.html

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Nigeria is a not a failed nation, but Nigerians are the failed ones.

However, hope is not lost yet, we just have to find a way to get rid of all this "clowns" called leaders.

refocus and have things done differently with people that really ave genuine love for that nation called Nigeria.

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My humble opinion is that Nigeria either needs a revolution (we start all over again because we have missed the plot this time), a set of conscientious young military boys who will kill all those past leaders and imbibe fear of breaking the law into Nigerians (they must be people who are ready to kill their own family if that is what it takes) or the colonial masters comes back and rule us again. It might sound crude!!!! But it is the truth, we are not ready for DEMOCRACY YET, people see it as an easy way to make money.

Within the last ten years, has things become better or worse for the common man? Nigerians are currently hoping against hope that God will change things and the churches are helping them pander to such madness.

Why is it that when Nigerians come over here in London, they are able to build their career and contribute to the economy? What happened to the former EFCC Chairman that was manipulation thieves in high places? Do you think that people get to power because of their intellect and ability to rule? Na yam to become president for Nigeria? What happened to the lady of dignity who came to take the post of finance minister?

Regardless of who is president, the problem will still continue because the few people ruling the country have created a structure for themselves which first needs to be broken down before the country can move forward.

Ten years time we will still be talking no action if none of my recommendations are taken on board.

I rest my case!!!!

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This one na stale news,,however,, somethings still works real good in naija like corruption unlimited and Religiuos activities,,

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Na today? Where you dey since we dey talk?

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