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The questions that we ask...

01 December 2014, 22:30

When will our political class stop this brikkering and face actually development?

When will they stop deceiving us? How can a man who has been in the PDP for 14 years but just 11 months in the opposition become a progressive but when such moves from the opposition to the ruling party, he becomes a "Boko Haram sponsor"?

Why is it that when the ruling party wins, it is rigged but when the opposition wins, the people have spoken? How is it that a man borrows money to get the party's nomination form but he is giving money to a state chapter of the party?

Also read: PDP senators threaten Jonathan

Why is it that when a member of the ruling party buys a house in a luxury area of town, he embezzled it but the opposition member next door bought his with his hard earned money? Why it is that when the good of the government is shown, the site its been financed by the government but when the bad side of the country is shown, the opposition shots the sites praises?

How can a man change party and suddenly becomes progressive? Who actually is a progressive? What makes one a progressive? Why is it that a "Muslim-Muslim" ticket is feasible but a "Christian-Christian" ticket is not? Why is it that an inscription in Arabic is good to be on the naira but a jewish inscription shouldn't near our currency? Yes, we are not Jews but are we arabs? Is Arabic our lingue franca?

Till when these questions are answered, development will remain far from us, the "Giant Of Africa" Long live Nigeria!

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