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n African Renaissance - Reminiscences on corruption in Nigeria - : Nigeria

Volume 2, Issue 4
  • ISSN : 1744-2532
  • E-ISSN: 2516-5305

Abstract

After the Politician made various pledges in the election, Nigerians gave them the mandate to take charge of their affairs. They all thank us for the confidence we showed in the national unity and democracy projects. We are yet to see any fulfilment of heaven and earth pledges and promises made. So far nothing has been done on free primary education, and the rehabilitation of rundown infrastructure. All our law makers and other political actors seem to be doing is getting fat at the expense of the masses of this nation. Nothing is in place for equitable distribution of resources except rhetoric to make those who are already fat more robust. When last has this government consider bursaries to the needy, the constituency for road maintenance. Though political intimidation and arbitrary arrests are far fading out to open up democratic space for all Nigerians but people are hungry. However, the law makers are increasing their ever unending allowances.

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2019-10-23

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