Having to call myself a Nigerian styleblogger cannot be overemphasised, what other way can I celebrate our dear independence? and also inspire younger ones to hope for a better NIGERIA. just like every other citizen I am aware that Nigeria isn’t in her best of time,but while we wait for our leaders to fufill their promises and make Nigeria better my question for the youth is what personally are we doing to make the country better? what preparation are we making today for a better tomorrow? we all want the country to change for the better but we forget change begins with us. it is so sad that after every four years we keep electing one person to another hoping he will be the messiah to come save us forgetting that the country isn’t a one man’s country.the country is for all and for all of us to benefit the goodness of the land we must all work towards it. The sad part is when will the youth begin to govern our country? but then again are the youth well equipped? are they well informed? does the average Nigerian youth still have the interest of the country at heart? where is our focus? before anyone begins to blame the government as usual, this is what keeps bothering me. how prepared are we to be the “CHANGE’ NIGERIA needs to “CHANGE”???. Anyways, I say a Happy Independence to my fatherland I am immesenly a proud Nigerian and I am hopeful for better years to come. GOD BLESS NIGERIA.
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