Nigeria – #KeepTheLadder

Nigeria – #KeepTheLadder

This is Sunday, a day of resurrection. The Day many remember for taking them out of the miry clay into the greener pastures of hope. But as mothers withdraw their kids from schools in Southeast Nigeria due to collateral damages from the Police and army who are looking for lawbreakers, Nigeria is removing ladders for the future.

As mothers prefer to keep their children due to fear of being kidnapped in the northern part of Nigeria, Nigeria is removing ladders to the future. As Southwest loads with killer herdsmen and areas like Benue fully loaded, causing fears, Nigeria removes the ladder from the base!

Today, Nigeria’s most important infrastructure is SECURITY, and if we cannot build it immediately, nothing makes sense. Join me to tell our political leaders, do not REMOVE THE LADDER because if our young people cannot be in school, we cannot predict the future. In the Southeast, for example, students are leaving hostels, preferring to abandon university education over being rounded up by the police and army.

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