I have a dream!
Nigeria is my home, I am proud to be called a Nigerian – even though many times there are reasons never to be.
We are a wonderful people, hardworking, resilient, determined and courageous. Yes we are highly industrious and believing – we believe everything is possible against all odds.
We are blessed with a wonderful land and terrain, a land blessed with diverse resources; ranging from mineral to human resources.
It is so sad that despite these richness we are poor, despite the inherent beauty what is more evident is repelling culture of looming corruption from Nigerians.
It is so true that the Nigerian Graduates are not employable thanks to the depraved educational value and system. Well, of what need is it to be employable when there are no jobs out there in the first place?
The average Nigerian cannot have a decent meal, a hardworking Nigerian cannot give his children the quality education that they deserve, yet our leaders steal from us daily, steal from the treasury money meant for the betterment of the people and development of the economy. in other not to be caught – they take it to the white-man’s land to hide: and the wise one over there use it to develop their own land, while we wallow in poverty.
This injustice must stop! The ones we have entrusted with our wealth have stolen it for themselves alone, we cannot wait on them anyone.
As good as wanting a change, it is sad we want a wrong change, we demand the change from the wrong people. It may have worked everywhere, but what will work for Nigeria and Africa is not a POLITICAL REVOLUTION rather an ECONOMIC REVOLUTION.
Just like the late Martin Luther King Jnr. – who lived for the emancipation of his people – I have a dream.
I have a dream that someday soon Nigeria will arise and live out its true potential – against all odds will find herself to the top and claim her seat with the princes of the world.
I have a dream that someday Nigeria and Africa will prove to the world that there is no such thing as a black brain; through the good use of our common sense.
I have a dream that very soon every Nigerian graduate will not leave school and wait on the government to give them jobs rather graduates will create jobs.
I have a dream today!
I have a dream that someday Nigeria and Africa will produce all that it needs in surplus and will not rely on her brother to help refine the petroleum in her disposal. Instead of consuming everything, we will produce everything.
I have a dream that politics will be put in its place, someday it will not be so lucrative as it is – rather power will be on the streets in the hands of you and I controlling the market forces.
I have a dream that someday every Nigerian will be an entrepreneur irrespective of our various field of discipline or sphere of influence. It is only a doctor who is an entrepreneur that can maintain and sustain adequately an hospital.
I have a dream today.
I have a dream that someday very soon the reality of the myth of the political revolution and change we crave earnestly in Nigeria will be laid bare. Without doubt every Nigeria will see that what unite us is economic not political.
Our celebrities have called for a peaceful demonstration, I do not have any problem with that – after-all it is a democratic era. But I want us to look beyond the government. This time we should look at ourselves.
We will get there! The fulfillment of this dream will begin before our eyes.
I am aware of our inadequacies! I know everyone need economic liberation – perhaps do not know how.
Make 2017 count! Start thinking economic empowerment! Start thinking of a business! To make my 2017 counts in my quest to see the fulfillment of my dream, I want to deposit something valuable into people – for as many that gives me a chance to do so.
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