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Power supply

11 September 2014, 09:20 Jibunor George Chuks

I can't praise anyone but only can speak the truth concerning some certain conditions in the country which has been under a coma for over a long period of time now. Good news or what! But to me, its definitely a good news so far. Let those who don't wish to call it good news, hide their faces in shame and continue to wallow in darkness.

Only the children of God can accept light because their father in Heaven is light. I fully know that election is within next few months away. But thus, could we label the constant power supply now in the country as a new strategy by the incumbent administration in the office to use to pin the minds and hearts of Nigerians so that they could vote for them in the forth coming election in the country. Many news has been coming out from different states on how they have been enjoying power supply for the past two (2) months now.

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Well, I personally hope for the best, but will not blame so many people who do not share same faith in this improvement in the power sector. But I must plea for people to accept good things not-minding who is bringing it because that was what they were voted in fore. Acceptance of good things give's way for better and more things to come. We know how politicians play's with the minds of people but let's appreciate others when they try. I know, Nigeria will be better. Welcome to September and have faith that God will change our country. God bless us.

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