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Revolution: an inevitable fact that needs to be tackled

26 August 2013, 11:34

Revolution could be no doubt so infectious and could spread like a wildfire. In the recent time, revolution became the order of the day in some Arab countries and some countries in Europe like France and Britain,even America is not speared from this Arab spring.

This revolution came as a result of government neglect of the masses.Countries like America,Brazil and even France were able to escape the revolt of the masses to change the status quo because the political structure that has been fine tuned.

Nevertheless ,Nigeria should not think that it is immune from this current phenomenon with it security mounted everywhere! The daily rise of youth unemployment is becoming alarming, our educational sector is nothing to write home about and our economy is swiftly dying off and the masses find it difficult to have three square meals on their tables and yet our politicians whom the masses went through harrowing pain to vote for at the poll siphon their common wealth and loot public funds meant for visible projects to buy mansions and extra expensive cars for themselves.

The people are not happy with the way politicians go about displaying their looted money and of course they will not continue to fold their hands and allow this uncalled for,barbaric and inhuman attitude of our public officers continue. Nigeria will not be an exception to the wind of evolution sweeping around the globe. A word, they said, is enough for the wise.

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