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What Can You Offer Nigeria? (to make it a great nation?)

What can offer Nigeria? (Your own qouta)

What do think you can offer Nigeria to make it a great Nation. It's enough complaining what Government could offer, Say what can i Offer?

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I will offer my services in education and social services.

1. Making Nigeria's eductional opportunities available to all youths with emphasis on Patriotism not tribalism. Reviewing the educational curricula in Nigeria to meet the needs of Nigerians as well as compete or equate favorably with the top educational systems of the world. Bring back the polytechniques for trade-school inclined youths.

2. Have strong regulatory badies to monitor state compliance.

A. Remodel our state capitals to have major functional competitive social agencies. For example one major airport, one major hospital, one major transportation system that links the whole of Nigeria together, local police separate from national police but inter related somehow, major welfare offices for the children and elderly and so on and so forth. This way people in Nigeria will have an overall better quality of life.

B. Based on competition with one another, individual states will forced to work hard to improve themselves. Grant annual bonuses or incentives to states --e.g. free national taxes for a given year or cash incentives to the best state that complies annually to rules and regulations in performance improvement projects.

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making Nigeria great dat wonderful,atleast for me i will start to educate people on what i feel is right,dat try to change people orientation most expecially those that belive that Nigeria cannot be great.

and since by God grace i am going to hold one public post in the years to come,i will always keep my promise so that people can believe me.

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Before a country can change, the way people think must change, if human life is not valued what is the purpose of change. Change starts at the top, most of the time by any means necessary. Praying is not going to change Nigeria, God gave man the common sense and the ability to make the right decisions. Pray for comfort, fight for change.

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extremism so all those who want to loot my rite in this country will think before doing it. at least if you know that once you mess up with the funds that was put in your care it might lead to the death or probably an elimination of your whole family from the map of this nation there and then you will have a second rethink

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1 happy/fulfilled man living amongst 1,000 hungry/angry/unfulfilled/despondent men will eventually become unhappy.

Personal interest must not be at the detriment of communal interest.

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Well, I'll just keep making sure I work hard in my business and make sure it grows so I can employ jobless Nigerians (and Indians. lol) and strive to reach a status whereby I can export and earn foreign exchange. I'll also pay my taxes. Generally, people don't realise how much better they can make Nigeria just by being a positive, hardworking, decent citizen.

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Presently, Nigeria do not know how much we make on a daily basis. We have to know what we make daily, weekly and monthly from all sectors of the economy.

We are focusing on oil but tourism and agriculture can give us far more than we are getting from oil if well looked into. Nigerian educational industry is in shamble as well. I will suggest it be rehabilitated without delay. No Nigerian university rank among the first 500 in the world. It is bad.

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My believe if we are to have a Peaceful society we have to have

1) A good Police force

a. Pay them $3000 minimum

b. Provide Mortgage

c. You have a to admit only Degree holders into the police force

d. Have communication Gadget in Car and Shoulder ( this reduce risk and the sense that the work in isolation)

2)

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Seun said:

I bet the legion of corrupt leaders we've had think the same.

Thanks for your input.

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@angel

I like you already,,,,,thumbs up.

N.B though.

In Naij last time i was there,,,,if you litter and are caught by KIA or KAI,,,,you get to sweep the street and I didnt believe how clean Lagos was, for real it was cleaner than many places in the UK (or London at least). I know the hounds of Naijhaterz will be at my heals now,,,,,just think though,,,,,its a start.

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i will generally play my own part in regarding what i think nigeria should be, not minding what the next man is doing. e.g as a matter of principle i do not litter anywhere no matter how dirty it may be. i don't throw things out of the car (which by the way is the order of the day in naija) at the expense of being ridiculed by people watching (calling me clean, clean). i do not offer bribes to anyone especially those hoodlums who call themselves customs and immigration. and the list goes on. in my opinion, it's these little things that go a long way to change the mindset of nigerians as a people. i believe that if everyone should adopt this attitude, in no time we will be able to stamp out corruption and this orderliness.

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want to offer manufacturing of basic and important ammenties that the citizens need but my main focus when am done from school in a couple of years by God's grace is machinery for production including military machinery all made in Nigeria and maybe surrounding neighbors. I/any team i'm involved with will plan to compete with big shot manufacturers and their innovations. That's why i had to go back to school. Nice topic.

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Making Nigeria a great nation is not the ultimate goal in life. Personal happiness/fulfillment is more important.

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The only way to make it a great nation is to help my people through my services,looking for the progress, peace, sharing love among other nigerians brothers and sisters, remember my leaders in prayer and l need to work hard for the greater of my country in all my doings.

 "Pray for the greatness of JERUSALEM, does who do it are going to prosper". This is our own Jerusalem and we should remember her in prayer.

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everyone is a mini government, but by extension people freely give up their mini government status to form a bigger government that will oversee the needs of the people who make up that governmen. the government is in turn saddled with the responsibility of providing basic necessities of life as price for its derivation of power from people.

What can you offer a country which does not derive power from electorates. You rig elections , you win. Our concept of a country is on a flawed premise, so the thinking that you can change Nigeria withpot government's role is unattainable. Example. look at Onitsha where people ,take their destinies in their own hands and Abuja where govt is in control of everything.

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Nice topic!

To my contribution,i promised to give the best of what i can to serve my country.Indeed nigeria is known to be vast in human and natural resourses.in this wise,nothing left with nigerian but there are some reqiurement which nigeria is lacking in utilising this resourses which eventually leading to misapporpation.One can only do these by enlightened our youth morally,sociallyand econmically and even technically applied principled will be involved which is in my plan.

    secondly this youth must also be help through creating job opportunities.i know for sure that this country is going to be great but this present devourers must be outdated living behind the leader of 2morrow(youth).

       Im promising that in due time my quota will surely be observed.

      So help me God.                               Amen.

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i wanted to say i'll return to the country after my studies to give my best then i remembered that i wont get a job without bribing or knowing someone that matters.

so now what can i offer? na wa o.

if i get a job when i return, i'll give it my best. if not i'll travel again to europe or even the states and send down whatever finances i can to help the les privileged in our society. they need me very much.

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I will create a very big group of companies (which include schools, Food production,textile, Health Care and transportation), which employs univeristy graduates as soon as they graduate. Of course eventually the company will run out of space for new people, so i will create a branch in the poor African countries thereby helping them by creating employment and also teaching them how to improve their way of living. And its not so bad that by doing so I'm adding more value to the NAIRA.

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Since i have absolutely no intention of becoming a politician in future, the only way i can move nigeria forward through my own efforts is to strive for the maximum within my own field or line of work and ensure that i make a meaningful local impact in my chosen area of specialization. There's nothing that stops the nigerian movie industry from producing animated films except the will to do so. There's no reason why we cannot export software(we 've started that.). We can create games, graphics.... the list is endless.

Just do what you can to make your environment a better place. many drops become a raging torrent. if everyone could try to improve themselves and their community at the same time we would be better off.

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All efforts would be frustrated by the present administration. If i'm gonna do anything for the country it going to be in a new dispensation.

I'm human and every human thrives whereever he is celebrated not tolerated.

What can i offer NIGERIA? A lot but not now. I wont sweat in futilty. Except i'm made the leader today else no show for now.

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Advice from me.. for governement to perform! Duhh

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@ Hotty we need practical something not advice....

by the way... advice for whom to perform?

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I will offer my advice. But the thing is... Nigeria won't appreciate it, because those people that have the right to Love/make use of my advice, don't want any advice from nobody.

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