let’s talk some politics
Good morning Champs…
So the politicking in Nigeria gets really interesting and I have some issues I would like to touch on…some folks have said its risky for me to write on politics since people are so divided on topical issues…well,….that just spurs me on, lol..I really respect everyone’s genuine political inclination if it is based on an authentic desire to move this nation forward. hence I have no regrets as regards my opinion in writ or words. lets get that very clear!.
NOW,while I must say we find ourselves deeply involved in dragging petty issues and going back and forth over the most mundane things, the truth of the matter is most of the issues on the burner right now are not in any way designed to move this nation forward. I am not really bothered about what party you belong to, you have a right to be a member of any party you so choose or to vote for who so ever that you inclined to vote for but permit me to beg that we all focus on issue based politics and be clearly objective in our positioning and reasoning.
I am definitely concerned and worried about the future of Nigeria…..I don’t think all is well with us as a nation and I think that any government in power from May 29, 2015 has a lot of work to do whether its the incumbent PDP or the opposition APC. Nigerians need to be objective in deciding who their leaders should be. Consider what the future holds, consider who surrounds the candidates..no leader can ever rise above the character of his team…consider the position and views of your candidate concerning issues in Nigeria….consider the integrity of your candidate…consider areas of strength and areas of weakness…area of non tolerance and areas of compromise. Quite a lot for every one of us to take into consideration. it is our future we are talking about here, we can not afford to be blinded by things of no impact or insignificant consequence. You have got to vote right, people
Wait a minute….all that I have said today means absolutely nothing to you if you are not even qualified to vote…. do go and get your INEC Permanent Voters Card (PVC) so that you can be eligible to vote….just be committed to move this nation forward. Vote right!!!
that’s how to keep NIGERIA moving along the Pathway of Champions