Monday , March 20 2023


Fejiro Oliver

This country, with its institution, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it. — Abraham Lincoln

Freedom is never offered on a platter of gold; yet it is not compulsory that blood must be shed or lives lost before the people are freed. I personally dislike hearing the belief that a martyr must sacrifice his or herself as a benchmark for a revolution to take place. There are peaceful revolutions… such is what I stand for. Whoever thinks we are living in a free country must be as blind as the bat. From all angles of life, all facets of the economy and all corners of the working system of Nigeria, we have been oppressed and suppressed. And sadly, despite all they have embezzled, the oppressors are just not willing to let go.

They dominate the entire country and when they are tired, they hand over to their children whom they have sent abroad to learn “winner take all” ideologies; then these children continue from where their fathers stopped and on and on it goes. It’s really so sad in Nigeria! We only grumble in our hearts and scream out our lungs on twitter and Facebook pages; we take to blogging and singing of songs to vent our anger, and there it ends. The oppressors know we are so lily livered and the

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