Nigeria is too awkward and cumbersome for good. I said this before, and I will not stop saying it for sake of poor masses that are being drastically affected by the problems in our country.
I said it before that crisis and troubles are raging and piling up in Nigeria. People in the country are confused and confounded. Sincere wise fellows will agree with me that George Orwell is the only one who has a standing solution to problems facing Nigeria at a time like this.
If we go to George Orwell, he will give us one of his books titled Animal Farm. He will also tell us that another name for Nigeria is Boxer, an awkward and cumbersome horse in Animal Farm.
The crisis in Nigeria was caused by malpractices, mismanagement, mystification and a lack of trust among ethnic groups. The country has come to a crossroad.Military actions are actually needed to dissolve or terminate these problems.
Nigeria has grown too old with cumbersome ethnicity. The awkward size of the nation is not doing the people any good. Everybody knows it. Excesses have made Nigeria to become too weak like Boxer. The Nigerian presidency is expected to act like the character called Napoleon in the book.
Man and nation have nothing good to offer when they are retarded, too weak and confounded. I said it before that Nigeria is going down blindly with a heavy load of evil. I also suggested that the presidency should dispose or discard the country to abattoir (butchers) for slaughter just like Napoleon did to Boxer in Animal Farm.
The truth of the matter now is that Nigeria is dead and decayed in decadence. Everybody knows that nothing in the country is working like before. Nigeria and all her organs including parastatals and armed forces are no longer performing.
Life is worth nothing for man when it is deteriorated. Every wise man knows that Nigeria has dropped in downhill, and her nation builders are now like ghosts, looking confused and dim with excesses.
The country is bound to decay in decadence if appropriate steps or actions were not taken toward disintegrate.
I am saying it once again that Nigeria needs disintegration.
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