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LET US REASON TOGETHER – To Build A Greater Nigeria

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I am always intensely proud of Nigerians. I am also passionate about how to move Nigeria up the ladder of successful nations. More importantly, I believe in doing good to all manner of people; irrespective of colour, gender, race or beliefs. The faith I profess teaches in Galatians 6:10 that: ‘’As we have therefore opportunity, let us do good unto all men, especially unto them who are of the household of faith.  I go further to quote in Luke 6:26 that warns as follows:  ‘’Woe unto you, when all men shall speak well of you! for so did their fathers to the false prophets. … You are in for trouble when everyone says good things about you. … Woe, when all men speak well of you, for after this manner did their fathers to … Which say to the seers, See not; and to the prophets’’ These are indications of the fact that no human being is entirely perfect. No leader must be tempted to allow people to praise him or her all the time. 200 million Nigerians cannot all think the same way. Therefore, we are bound to commit mistakes because only the Creator is infallible. But we could always strive for perfection. NIGERIANS AS A SPECIAL BREED: We have a lot that make us a special and wonderful specie created by God to inhabit Planet Earth. In terms of brains, beauty, resilience, ability, endowments, and ability to ride on storms, I would rate Nigerians among the highest class.  You can’t beat Nigerians. World leaders know the inherent capabilities of Nigeria and Nigerians and have spoken at different times about our. Nelson Mandela was unequivocal in asserting that: “The world will not respect Africa until Nigeria earns that respect. ‘’The black people of the world need Nigeria to be great as a source of pride and confidence’’ Highly intelligent diplomat, Kofi Annan reinforced that belief by practically asking Nigeria not to fail Africa because that would be disastrous. Talk about hospitality. I doubt if there is any nation in the whole world whose citizens are more hospitable than  Nigerians. And that is the truth. I cannot remember any occasion that Nigerians have been cruel to nationals of other countries. The worst that Nigeria ever did was the repatriation of nationals of other countries back to their home countries. Even the British Parliament acknowledged this fact in a debate on Nigeria’s independence in July, 1960. NIGERIA’S INFLUENCE IN GLOBAL POLITICS: In a Year 2009 speech tagged: “Africa must take…

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