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Why Do Nigerians Hate Their Country?

Why do Nigerians hate their country, why ain't we patrotic, your views pls.

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And again ask an average Nigerian what his biggiest problem today is he will say electricity, missplacement of priority, he dosen't even care to know what his child was taught in school today, tell me how a 24hrs constant power supply could be possible in that street i'm seeing on the picture above.

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Coz now that things have turned upsidedown, not even one Nigerian is thinking of a solution. Instead greed is the way of life while other advanced countries are taking discipline is their way of life. Ask any Nigerian why the country is in that state, they will always open their mouth and blame the government forgeting that bad leaders can't function without bad followers.

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You've made a little point there though delusional, The whites stayed in South Africa and developed a large part of that country. But we Nigerians must take our destiny in our hands, no one else can do that for us!

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I don't hate the country, I hate the leaders! Personally I think we would have been better off if oyinbos had remained in power. Compare and contrast.

Oyinbo would have stolen all our oil money to develop their own country but they would also have developed Nigeria.

Nigerians HAVE stolen all our oil money and saved in Oyinbo countries helping to develop those countries and they have NOT developed Nigeria.

Oyinbo would have treated us like slaves in our own land.

Nigerians ARE being treated like slaves in their own land. What do you call treatment by the police, military and all the executive forms of authority?

Oyinbo would not have allowed us to makee our own decisions

Nigerians HAVE not allowed us to make our own decisions.

I'm not saying Oyinbos should have remained here, I'm just stating the facts. We would have been better off if they had remained.

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Onye Igbo, Onye Yoruba or Oyibo, who cares as long as the problems are sorted out?

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You are probably right, it will be abused by the local people, that is why it needs to be controlled by respectable NGO's

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Nigeria in coma.

massob, mend, opc, boko haram to the rescue, ,

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Because our leaders dont like us and have no plans for us.

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Your Happiness is certainly not dependent on WHErE you are located. @Alias rant comparing Nigeria with Britain and other parts of Africa makes absolutely little sense considering people living in the same areas he condemned would likely come up with the same lines when speaking of the same.

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What is happening there?Not even pigs can cope in such condition.

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The picture is nauseating,the thought anybody living in such a  surrounding gives me goose pimples.

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I do understand alias' point. The happiness function is one that is not dependent on material wealth as a variable.

However, we should not say that happiness in the midst of penury is reason to stay in penury and wallow in the pits of economic poverty.

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why will i like a country that never believe am existing.

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such topics are usually an excuse to get the usual Nigeria bashers in one place.

If its about tribe ( not including the Yoruba), then you have a different story.

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They don't hate their country, they are disappointed in the untapped potential of their country.

African countries like Congo and Nigeria are big disappointments when the consider the resources at their disposal.

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Of course u are right,there should be war against indiscipline.Tunde Idaigbon should be immotalize not international thief thieves like abiola.

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Nigeria has finally become an empty space occupied by those that have nothing to offer and those that still have some money to steal from the public wallet, and those that have a way to make it there.

but dnt get me wrong, there is money in Nigeria to be made, but u gotta belong

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I remember that song too oh, however, how many of the pple that used to sing that song are still in Nigeria?

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@ Topic - Great post!

Reminds me of a song we used to sing back in the day:

"I love my country I no go lie

Na inside am I go live and (quickly) die

When e twist me so, I twist am so

E push me, I push am, I no go go!"

Nigeria na wa!

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because we have no country

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