I seldom write as a political commentator on this blogspot but i guess this is timely.
Advancing an astonishing similitude to define my present position regarding the removal of fuel subsidy by our insensitive government will make an ordinary man appreciate where I'm coming from. Assuming I was approached by a friend or even a brother to offer
Few months back, we were at the forefront in our own local capacity championing the cause of a credible election and promoting a candidate whose integrity, charisma, honesty and truthfulness is unequaled in our political landscape but unfortunately many were blinded by ethnic and religious sentiments and as a result antagonized our sincerity of purpose and nay, even labeled us
Of course, Jonathan was pronounced winner and we embraced the path of destiny and sought for peaceful coexistence. Now, the same people that were against us for standing up against the candidacy of Jonathan and antagonized us for preferring a better candidate want us to pull him down. The question is, won't it be foolishness on my part to deprive myself of sleep and peace of mind in the name of wanting to fight a government I never expected to do anything different from what it is doing?
My revered General Muhammadu Buhari wept and many called him names but alas, we are sobbing now while he stands vindicated.
The peaceful protest across the country has actually unleashed the potential of an average Nigerian of becoming an activist in the positive sense of the word and even if the price of PMS (premium motor spirit) stays at