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Better days ahead

24 January 2014, 13:40 Jibunor George Chuks

I can categorically tell us that yes things are turning out to be good for us in Nigeria. Not minding the frauds by its leaders, the frauds by the frustrated young youths who claim that “there is no employments in the country”, and the lack of trust from the general public on there leaders.

 Things are gradually turning out to be good in this country.

 I have an older friend who told me that one of his friend in Nigeria, is doing better than most of his friends abroad. Good one for us my people.

 I was joyous when I saw the reply  that mr president wrote back to the former president. It showed no sign of cowardice but of integrity, bravery, courage, tolerance, transparency, truthfulness in the rule of leadership by this present administration.

 I don't think that we have recorded such tolerance in the history of leadership in the country from the past leaders.

 We either hear that anyone  who poses a threat  to the government is in grave danger,  and this makes many in the country  remain silent  because of  fear.

 I am not praising this administration because there is still more to be done in restoring Nigeria to its spot at the top.

 I am not bothered  about the country breaking up, all  want is equal rights should be given to everyone in this country. I'm not against north, west, east or south, but if we must remain as one big country that we are already then, the use of geo-political zones most stop.

 Commitment from every party is the only key to solving the problems of this great country. Other parties should learn how to accept defeat, in this, they can be able to work on their previous mistakes and in the process learn and work with the ruling party than to be criticizing without  constructive solutions.

A critic without a constructive solution, can never do more than the criticized. I believe we have better days ahead of us but for how long can we wait? God help us and bless us all.

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