How Nigeria leaders learnt just Cruelty and Theft from the British 

How Nigeria leaders learnt just cruelty and theft from the British

 

It’s a different country altogether. Three years ago, I was all for restructuring.

 

Today, I am 80% convinced restructuring is too late too little. The insensitive brutes who have their knees and full weight on the neck of Nigeria have practically snuffed the life out of the comatose creature.

 

How Nigeria leaders learnt just Cruelty and Theft from the British 

All the cruelty, loot and plunder, bloodshed they learnt from the British, on top of their innate duplicity and ruthlessness, have not helped even their own people, not to talk of other Nigerians.

 

At least imperialism and colonialism benefited a respectable percentage of British people.

 

These guys here can’t even secure their own territory.

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If the only justification for staying on in this suffocating contraption is that we cannot feed ourselves, then let’s starve to death Or farm.

 

Here’s the truth I see. This country has become a slave camp for an inept ruling minority.

 

Right now, with all the arsenals of war in their backyard, most of the posts and institutions in their capture, minions and satellites across the land, they can’t even secure their base.

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The rest of us have a choice, die on our knees and in chains, or get up, stand up and struggle for freedom. The market is about to close, everyone will soon rediscover the road to their father’s house.

 

How Nigeria leaders learnt just cruelty and theft from the British

 

It’s a different country altogether. Three years ago, I was all for restructuring.

 

Everyone is aware Nigeria leaders never really learnt anything good from the British, but we are certain they learnt deeply their theft, cruelty and uncaring acts towards humanity.

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Temi Badmus is a Food scientist and an Art enthusiast. She is an health freelancer, and media Manager. She is a humorous and controversial writer, who believes all form of writing is audible if it's done well. Temi Badmus specializes on indigenous food nutrient research and values. She believes in reaching out to people with health decline through articles and giving advice on good eating habit.

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