Nigerian politics and how it ridicules the ordinary public. Readers, Nigerian politicians obviously don’t give a hoot about you. They discuss you and talk about your gullibility late at night in places where they regularly meet over red-wine and barbecued goat-meat.
Their bottom line is MONEY and lots of it. They will lie to you like there is no tomorrow. All the talks about hope for Nigeria’s better tomorrow is a daydream with crooks in power.
When you elect crooks, expect nothing good. Our land is with filled with cryptically corrupt and critically crooked breathing beings.Senator Joshua Dariye is just one among millions of larcenists in politics, business and civil service. During his recent dramatic hearing he reportedly asked the prosecutor in anger: Can you raise your hand and swear that there is a saint in Nigeria?. Dariye’s bellow was more of a confirming and affirming statement than a question. Nigeria¡¯s development and future have always been committed into the hands of crooks. Let us examine Electricity supply endeavor as a modest case study.
The exact figures of how much has been spent on the electricity charade will never be accurately determined. Even the presidency, any presidency, may not be able to fact-find the accurate figures that have been flushed down the rusty and stinking pipes of corruption. Former Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala aptly puts it in her recent tome; FIGHTING CORRUPTION IS DANGEROUS.You bet, it is. Okonjo-Iweala has plenty of tales to tell. Fighting corruption in Nigeria is like the game of bull-riding. Make sure you write your will ahead of the dangerous roulette. You will either be fought rough by every means necessary, maimed in the ensuing melee or get life outrightly snuffed out of you. Politicians lie to us everyday, simply because we chosed to be lied to