Wed. Mar 22nd, 2023

27 thoughts on “In the spirit of a better Nigeria.

  1. Good one Rejoice.

    Optimism is indeed key. I feel that regardless of all the “japa” talks by Nigerians, deep down we still feel the urge to create a better Nigeria for ourselves.

    There’s hope, truly. We’ll get there.

  2. Nigeria can be great again if the unscrupulous men who are power drunk can be flushed out. But in the meantime, we keep living in the hope that things will get better while we make ready our PVCs as that seems to be our only weapon.

    Kudos for this beautiful piece Reggie, may your pen never stop flowing.❤️❤️

  3. I had a similar conversation few days ago on the Nigerian Dream. E shock me but it is true.

    I still have Hope though. Enjoyed this to the last full stop RJ.??

  4. Nice piece Rejoice.
    Yes,i do believe in a better and greater Nigeria. This can be achieved if we all as Nigerian citizens ,both young and old come together and set aside our ethic and religious differences. Just like this Endsars Movement, we should try to always speak against the ills in our country. Let us all lend our voices to a building a greater and better Nigeria . Instead of running away from the problem let’s tackle them. I believe with this we will have a better Nigeria.

  5. This is good
    The fight has begun and there’s no going back till desired results are achieved.

    They born us for Nigeria by mistake.

  6. Nice work.

    What I would want to say is this;
    It’s important for the removal of unscrupulous elements. Let’s say the unscrupulous elements are the leaders, what about the so called citizens that doesn’t reason alongside the struggle for the betterment of the country.

    In a Facebook post, someone commented that the Lekki incident has no authentic proof. Chai! I ask him what he meant by proof. All he said was that a claimant has to prove his claims. At that point I understand that some people are going mad by reading small legal briefs during interns. Let me leave what I told him anyway.

    with this, you can understand that unscrupulous elements is not limited to corrupt politicians. Unreasonable citizens should be inclusive, Because they allow the devil to use them to destroy the struggle which is already bloody.

    On this note, I would say that anyone trying to cover the truth in this struggle is an unscrupulous element. Let’s understand that Nigeria is ours to build and freedom from manipulations should be taken. And while it’s been done, we should keep our hands right maka na anaghi amu aka ekpe na nka.

  7. Kwusie okwu ike! Nice piece Reggie. God bless you. I’ve not lost hope for a better Nigeria. We all have our part to play. Nigeria has to get it right with God Almighty. When a person or nation is not operating according to God’s will, the person’s case will just be what we are witnessing in Nigeria. Watch, Pray and Act.

  8. It is perfect time to make some plans for the future and it is time to be happy. I’ve read this post and if I could I want to suggestyou few interesting things or suggestions. Perhaps you could write next articles referring to this article. I desire to read even more things about it!

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