The Nigerian rhetoric is romped by the endless cries of poverty, corruption, dictatorship, disease, climaxed with another stream of cries for a better country. I’m afraid to say, my dear friends, that over the years, this has become a normality.

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Nigerians — with a sense of despair — have gotten acquainted with living in chaos, perplexity, uproar, and a constant dishevelment attached to a dystopia entirely triggered by the political atmosphere that very much appears like platters of buffoonery. The Nigerian rhetoric is romped by the endless cries of poverty, corruption, dictatorship, disease, climaxed with another stream of lamentations for a better country. I’m afraid to say, my dear friends, that over the years, this has become a normality.

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