πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ Let's Plan Not To Fail | IAAC 18th March

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Daniel Danoskie N
@ddn688β€’3 months ago
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source By failing to prepare, we prepare to fail. This is one adage that has never failed. It has both forward and backward reactions.

The case of Nigeria is a different ball game whereby, the country prepares people that will not help its economy, development and otherwise.

Source Today's general election is a story to tell the young generation yet unborn. People I've chosen to do the country more harm than good by obstructing electoral process and also causing or inflicting pains on voters.

Source Where do we go from here?! This is the question I've been asking myself after experiencing the worst presidential election in the history of Nigeria. If I call it corruption is an understatement. This is the Armageddon, the end of growth in Nigeria's economy, the damping of the youths mental and psychological state. Amidst the state of randomness, there is this some certain level of understanding taking place among the citizens or those who have no interest in politics. They have taken to their heels to run to any nearby country that is a little bit better than Nigeria or safer than Nigeria. My happiness is that this generation of politicians is gradually going out of competition due to their ages and their competencies. I strongly believe that Nigeria will be better one day and the days are near.

Thank you so much for reading my short story, a summary of how I am feeling about the day. Special thanks to @flaxz Do have a lovely weekend.