You can as well do all your digs and gigs for these old men wey don destroy Nigeria. You are young, so you didn't experience Nigeria when it worked and gave promises of a future these old men later killed.
Nigeria gave me world class education at no cost.
I didn't pay tuition fees in the may primary schools I attended. Ogbe Primary School, Benin; Eke Model Primary Scool, Kwale; Wesley Primary School, Sapele and Dogho Primary School, Warri. All public schools.
Pity parents who pay through hell today
Nor did I pay tuition fees in the secondary school and high school I attended in Ikot Ekpene and Ondo town respectively. In both schools, I was taught by PhD-holders. I remember Dr Sowande of my secondary years who would always ask us to explain "the microcosm of macrocosm"!
Or Dr Opara who would always exclaime: "the mistake of 1914 has come to light. Discuss".
Remember him @AjinehAugustine ?

While in the university, all I paid was N90 for the LL.B degree. It was my accommodation fees. No more.
These old men who ruined Nigeria had their education virtually free. They were fed free, employed while in their final year, got car loans two years into employment. Today, they have kept the universities under lock and key, while their kids enjoy world class education abroad.
The greatest injury they inflict on you is this: tomorrow you cannot compete with their children whether in the public or private sector. Their children will fulfill the eligibility requirements employers will seek. You'll remain their megaphones on social media
Here's the greatest injury they inflict on our country: you with poor education will not have the type of mobility that will see you reaching to the sky. Our country will be loser for it, as the public and private sectors will be dominated by kids of the nouveau rich!
You've a choice to make today. I've made mine and I'm #Yus-fully #Obidient.

Good afternoon from the sanctum sanctorum of the shrine

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Aug 12
Some folks are luring youths into ethnic fights, with the senseless and ahistorical claim of the Igbos stoning Awo in Aba in the First Republic. Pa Adebanjo's reference to stoning Awo in the First Republic is ahistorical and untrue. Nothing of such happened in the First Republic
To decontextualise an historical event and place it in the realm of falsehood is dangerous. Pa Adebanjo is guilty of both and youths must scrutinise the claims of these old men suffering from amnesiac conditions imposed by life's winter years.
Why is Adebanjo's claim ahistorical and false? Elections in the first Republic were largely regional contests for the premiership. The three major parties were rooted in their regions as regional parties: NPC, North; NCNC, East; and AG, West.
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test which I referred to in my tweet, Obi's government set up a team of pathologists to examine the remains. A fact that Obi confirmed in his response to my tweets in 2020. What he didn't confirm was whether or not the results were released to the public.
All I did was to ask Soludo to release the results to the public. Obi is a private citizen and functus officio in that regard.
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3. Release the Report on #Endsars.
Since you've at last taken interest in a subject that I've become the lone voice crying in the wilderness for justice, you can join me. Justice has no borders.
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The activists you praise today will tomorrow become defenders of the very things they once abhorred.
Even the honest activist of yesterday and today will become tomorrow's betrayer. They'll even crow before dawn breaks.

Be watchful.

Don't be disappointed.

Na so life be.
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