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Nigeria Is Dead?

The mindset of the present generation of youths leaves less to be desired of the future of the country.

the computer age has been replaced as yahoo age in Nigeria and in present times

when magas are not forthcoming, focus has been shifted to yahoo plus.

Present leaders of the country have done nothing to encourage the Nigerian youth.

All sectors in the country are dwindling in an environment that does not support creativity.

for us to meet goal 2020, there has to be a total resuscitation of the educational sector.

we have to raise academic role models that will provoke academic intelligence.

the first solution is to accept the fact that NIGERIA IS DEAD AND IT NEEDS A REBIRTH.

Focus should therefore be shifted to the children whose minds are not yet polluted.

The kids need a firm moral center, the kind of anchoring that helps them pick appropriate friends,

make right decisions and view others emphatically. parents should set this limits for their children

because failure to set this limits may have disastrous effects. this however does not mean parents should be

strict. if taken too far, setting of rigid rules will make the home an harsh atmosphere.

With good children we will have responsible youths who will grow into discipline leaders who will give birth to a new Nigeria.

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I am not complaining. I watched in utter awe as things went bad to worse to worst but with the emergence

of Goodluck Jonathan, things are gradually taking shape.

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Pessimists will never do anything except complain. At one time or another we all have contributed to this mess and until we realize that if this country is gonna change for trhe better, it must begin with me and not the next person.

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@topic

what else is new?

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Back in the house. The rebirth has is here, it is us and it is now.

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@ nuzo

Are you my 'running mate'? Everywhere I go you follow, wetin?

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Would this be 'after a brief illness'?

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I believe 9ja is dead and i'm just abiut checking out of it, to benin republic or some other african country where i believe they deserve the brains of intellectuals they get unlike 9ja which conspires to rule by naira istead of by mind,

, the mind is a terrible this to waste but 9ja doesnt need mine so, sai gobe

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No Nigeria is not dead, its on life support machine Almighty God and our collective efforts will heal her.

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when is the burial and what kinda flower does she like, so i cld know what to put on her tomb stone.

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@post,

Good and insightful post, used to think am alone on this, but thank God there re other like minded Nigerians. But after all our concerns, the main question is how can we make a difference in all of these moral dilema plaqueing Nigeria?

I am of the opinion that each and everyone of us can start by reaching out to somebody close to us, we can become a model of exceptional character and mentor young people positively. Every great thing starts small, but with passion and commitment it can go a long way to affect lives positively.

The problem of Nigeria today is that we don't have role model again, young people are growing up with any role model in our national life, youths today  chooses hollywood or grammy award winneras the role model. this is a national disaster.

By His grace I have started an initiative to help young peaple and I believe all of us can do something so that we young people of today will not become another wasted generation. "GO START SOMETHING"

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@poster,

good post, good observation, but first, let's believe Nigeria is not dead, the bible says we should pray for our Jerusalem and the power of life and death lies in the tongue, therefore, i say Nigeria is not dead, we are only passing through our own wilderness, but its time to get out from there, rise shine and declare Gods glory to the world. So Poster, whats your suggestion or the road map to this new rebirth, because we truly need a rebirth and it's in the hands of the present generation which our generation to make that change. please enlighten us, i am seriously intrested in been a part of the revolution of this country. Enough is Enough,

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There is still hope for Nigeria

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@poster:

You make sense. Any plans/idea on how to rebirth Nigeria?

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I feel you jare. We are indeed in a troubled spot and are not doing anything to rectify that. Your synopsis is spot on. There is one question though, how possible will it be to focus on kids whose minds are not yet polluted? There is no way they will not interact with the environment, thereby avoiding the possibility of being polluted themselves. I mean, parents, the teachers, friends etc will definately rub off on them? Whaddya think?

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olrotimi, yemmysee

The first step to addressing a problem is recognizing the problem.

If we continue to hide our problems in an expectation of a divine intervention,

then we are killing Nigeria the second time. what can and are you doing for the rebirth?

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@topic

Have u ever heard of the word 'positiove confession'. U need more of that. And by the way what specifically are you doing to help remedy this precarious situation our beloved country has found itself.

Secondly, though it might not look like it at the moment, my generation is the one that would actually correct things in this country. I ve got one life, just one chance of living on this planet earth, cant afford to have counted as being wasted.

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