It took the efforts of the secret Police to stop those who came to recruit Nigerian doctors to give up a few weeks ago. Some Nigerian doctors are still on strike and the government is still speaking grammar when citizens are dying daily due to lack of healthcare services. It is very unfortunate indeed: “More than 7 in 10 Nigerians (73 per cent) have said they would relocate abroad with family members if they had an opportunity, a new survey published this week has found.”
“Most of the citizens (74 per cent) believe that all Nigerians are not equal before the law; versus 23 per cent who feel otherwise. About 6 in 10 Nigerians (58 per cent) express the view that the federal government isn’t making enough effort to promote a sense of inclusion for all ethnic groups in the country,” a summary of the report further showed.
“The survey findings showed that only 63 per cent of citizens are “extremely or somewhat willing” to cooperate with fellow citizens to make Nigeria more united.
Nigeria is the only country where everyone is a victim. It took the efforts of the Chief Justice to warn the judges to stop the mindless counterintuitive political calls they have been making recently. Yes, 1+1 = 2; one judge will rule. Another from another place will call it 3. Simply, you wonder how a nation can be run that way. From law to healthcare to sports to [add yours], it is a domino!
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