By accepting the status quo you are selling your sovereignty.
ATTENTION, ATTENTION, ATTENTION!!! Listen up, because I’ve got some important news to share with you about the colonial viral disease that’s currently plaguing the Nigerian nation. It’s time to wake up and pay attention to what’s really going on, my friends.
First off, let me give you a little history lesson. Back in the day when the Europeans were busy colonizing Africa, they didn’t just take our resources and leave, oh no. They also brought with them a whole slew of deadly diseases that decimated our populations in the form of debt and wreaked havoc on our people.
Fast forward to today, and it seems that these diseases are still doing damage. The latest victim of this colonial viral disease? None other than Tinubu, the newly appointed president of Nigeria. You see, Tinubu has fallen into the trap of devaluing the naira, removing subsidies, and increasing electricity bills.
Now, some may argue that these measures are necessary for the development of the country, but let me tell you something, my dear friends. These measures will only serve to worsen the divide between the rich and the poor. The average Nigerian citizen will be left with even less than they had before to the point where they can’t buy a loaf of bread, while the super wealthy elite continue to thrive and the middle class gets decimated completely.
It’s time for us to wake up and see the truth. The colonial viral disease is alive and well, and it’s time for us to fight back. We must demand that our leaders prioritize the needs of the people, instead of only catering to the interests of the west.
So, my fellow Nigerians, let us unite in this fight against the colonial viral disease. We will not be defeated. We will not be silenced. And we will not let our country fall victim to the same forces that once sought to destroy us. Let’s raise our voices together and demand a better future for our beloved country.
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