We have the three points of view on Nigeria.
There are those who blame everything that is intrinsically wrong with Nigeria on the government and the administration.
There are those who think (even though they may or may not be Nigerian) that all Nigerians are loud silly, criminal idiots and deserve whatever maltreatment they get at home or abroad.
And there are those who think that the mass exodus of geopolitical, economic, literary and philosophy minded individuals (the erudite elite - so to speak) from the country is what has left us in this quagmire. That all our best and brightest are abroad so the country is seriously lacking its intellectual resources.
My question is this --
What are your thoughts on how we can slowly but surely begin to move this country back to where it needs to be - not utopia - but a place where man pikin fit on light and e go work, where man pikin go open tap water go comot where university and polytechnic no be glorified secondary school, where pride go dey attached to the name, "nigerian" where our leaders dey accountable for all their actions and where corruption no go too dey rampant.
What can those abroad do to help?
What can those at home do to help?
Let me have your thoughts please.