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  • By frank agabah
    Feb 5, 2014
    Imagine this Nigeria is a great book that discusses current affairs and issues in Nigeria today. it compared to an extent the Nigeria they author remembered and the Nigeria today. it suggests that Nigeria today is worse than the Nigeria he remembered and blamed both they leadership and they citizens for downgrading Nigeria and making it what it is today. The book pointed out several ways to reconcile the Nigerian dilemma and set the country on a right path again. Loaded with pictures, Imagine this Nigeria is an eye opener to the happenings in Nigeria that if left as is will only escalate to a point of no return. It suggests that change must occur in Nigeria for it to move forward, change in this case is a change of the people by the people for Nigeria incorporating leadership. Both they citizens and they government/leadership must be willing and must accept to change. They government must be willing to help and provide for they citizens those amenities that are essential for better... More > living, good roads, water, electricity, good education/health care system and social securities among many more. The government must enact laws and policies, regulations and monitors that will protect it and they citizens. Nigeria today seems a lawless society where people and leaders behave as they want with no consequences whatsoever. People can bribe and pay their way in and out of things good and bad, those they merit and those they do not merit which does not allow for proper governance. it is time Nigeria get hold of its self and conduct a self review/appraisal since independence in 1960 and decide whether it is doing fine or not. There are no accountability,no transparency, the law suppresses the citizens in certain ways and they citizens afraid of they government will sit back while leadership does as they please. Both the people and leadership are so separated that asking for common trash receptacle is difficult as a result citizens use outside their homes for trash dumps. This is the same in all aspects of Nigeria, rather than asking for water and electricity they citizens will dig boreholes for water and buy generators for light. A must read for Nigerians everywhere home or abroad, they need to know what awaits them when they come back. A good read for other citizens as well. Acquire some Nigerian knowledge and help if you can. Thank you all and happy reading.< Less
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Product Details

first edition
Interpress Nigeria limited
February 3, 2014
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.54 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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