Some people will wonder what this is all about after all, with Nigerians being their very own problem. It is no longer news that the famous corruption in the country has seen more day light than court sessions involving this. Nigerians have realized that the only time they are fast and accurate in fingering one person as the problem of the country, is when we have a common enemy. If you meticulously investigate the levels of our country, the various strata of our society, you will be shocked to find out that every session of this country has gotten a routine that is based on corruption.
For exampe, while the people of the country are very much aware of the predicament of their fellow country people when it comes to poverty and lack of jobs, lack of social amenities, lack of a functional government, and a hopeless situation. When a school is planning to have children of the ordinary Nigerians (because the influential ones are abroad) attend the school they are erecting, but they now have the outrageous amount of money as school fees, especially for the kids who have not started speaking yet, making parents pay through their noses for a child who only goes to school for the time of it. Why will you charge parents over 200k for a term, to hold on to their kids that haven’t started making a sound the form of communication? They tell you it is because they’re having to look after your child in totality, when they basically put these babies to sleep for a large percentage of the time they spend with them. Corruption is politics, corruption is civilization, and corruption is in the human nature. When anyone then says they are fighting corruption, I always look at them knowing fully well that they are about to use the system to their advantage.