He is on point as usual.
Nigerians are mostly bad people just waiting for their chance to take advantage of the system and others.
Just watch them on a bus queue during rush hour
He inflates the price and carries more than the standard load capacity of the vehicle.
"The last bus carried people for #300" he says
A #100 trip grows till it becomes #500.
The "Agbero" takes more money than usual from the conductor. He is happy.
Someone down the queue who had been standing for 30min misses the last bus because someone up front allowed a new comer to take his place.
He lets them board the bus ahead of people who have been patiently waiting in line for a long time.
And some educated illiterates in suit and tie are crossing the major road right under a pedestrian bridge.
And yes, they have earned the right to be there because they paid levy to some local government empowered touts.
The VIO didn't do proper road worthiness assessment. He took some money and issued certificate.
So did the Road Safety officers at the check points the truck passed earlier.
Here we are😭
He merely had to "roger" the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) inspection team.
They are being owed 3months salaries na.
Instead of the vendor that has good reputation and represents the tyre manufacturer directly.
You can't win the price war against those importing substandard products who pay Custom officers to look the other way on duties and tariffs.
The road was constructed barely a year ago but the contractor did a shoddy job because he had so many stakeholders to "settle"
Before he was allowed to start work on site he had to pay the community leaders and youths handsomely.
He had to pay the Police DPO and Commissioner to help.
He still and to pay some huge ransom when the Police failed as usual to solve the crime and get his workers back.
The electricity sector is a mess.
Some people did a shoddy privatisation selling to companies and friends with no funds or technical capability.
The regulatory body and legislature are too busy/useless to make policies and enforce such to stop this sharp practice.
Change begins with you and I.
God bless Nigeria and thank you for coming to my TED Talk🙏