@59 NIGERIA IS STILL SUFFERING AND SMILLING ... FELA was correct after all.



In a nation where the president is older than the nation itself...
      In a land where human lives are treated like cattles, oh! Sorry cattle are worth more important to some Nigerians than there fellow man. So you might want to rephrase  that.
     In a nation where rodents invades the presidents office and disappears with billions of Naira worth of contract papers and documents.
The Legend FELA and his family

 Inside a palace where the food is in excess but every one is dying of hunger.
      Where guns and bombs are cherished over education and superstition tears open our ignorance.
       In a garden where the Gardner's are taking possession  of the flowers to feed them to the dogs.
        In a nation where nobody dears to speak, and those who where fearless enough God save your soul.... am speaking of the Legends
         DELE GIWA, FELA KUTI, CHINUA ACHEBE, M.K.O ABIOLA, KEN SARO WIWA etc.
        We wonder on what route is such a nation heading to, patriotism  is zero and every struggling to survive at the expenses  of another. With no regards to law or order
Fela took weed and native herbs that gave him most inspirations and guts to speak out against the ill government.

Which way Nigeria, the ratio of growth to time is on the decline, why be happy for seeing a bridge after 30 years when what we should be seeing is an automated train track.?

Fela was selfless and simple, he had wealth but mattered less to him. All that was important was a better life for Nigerians.

       Why buy oil when you should get them for free.?
     In a nation where the leaders of tomoro are as old as tomoro for they meant to work and think that much. And come tomoro those youths will become yesterday, no zeal for they are crushed by old aged leaders.

           It's time to wake up and change our mindset of suffering and smiling to 'speak up and revolt'
       Ohhh I miss FELA.
It can be better, yes it will but never without any sacrifice.!
   It is time.


                                               FELA (LEGEND)

             

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