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Is Nigeria Under A Curse/Spell?

How else can you explain riots,vote rigging,corruption etc repeating itself every time?

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@ post are u really a nigerian, u sound like u got congo brain right there!

japan had earthquakes time and time, had their city blown up still they rise

china nko

nigeria, we have fertile land, oil, tin, u name it still nothin moves, blame the systematic kangaro rules

pls abeg next u open up a thread, come up with better stuff, pls

thanks

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curse? are u kidding me, i hate when we nigerians blame everything on the devil or some spiritual beings , like na dem say make the country bad, am sick and tired of these BS'S

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@poster

nigeria's case is not peculiar, if you examine what other great countries went through, china went through worse before communism under chairman mao and during mao's communist govt,they also had ethnic disagreements between the manchus who were a smaller ethnic group and the hans who were the dominant ethnicity same as our tribal disagreements,there were riots,corruption famine e.t.c

same as india too,the serious riots and killings before pakistan split with india,leaderhsip problems,rigging,riots what have you,so while the corruption,bad leadership e.t.c repeats itself,we are actually learning and moving foward in the experiment called nigeria, at least millitary coups and dictatorship is now a thing of the past,while it is not properly entrenched,but now corrupt technocrats and politicians are being called to order and embarrassed and it can only get better

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Ikechukwu,

You're obviously on something cheap but really harsh ! As I advised in your thread - STAY OF THE DRUGS

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even in d bible, if your eye will not let u in the kingdom then cut it out

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@ post

attention seeker!

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We also need to purge ourselves of Hausa/Fulani mentality

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@poster

Nigeria is not under any spell or curse.Nigeria is only going through a cycle that will soon end, for this to be facilitated Nigeria has to reduce it dependence on crude oil and diversify into areas.

2. Our over dependence on government should be reduced to lowest level and small businesses should be encouraged and a conducive environment provided for it to thrive.

There are a million and one solution to Nigeria problems, but at this point I dont think Nigeria is ready!!!!

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