Do You Agree!! Nigeria Can Be A Greater Nation Than The United States Of America
Fellow Nigerians once again the leader of our country President M. Buhari in his national broadcast commemorating 57 years of Nigeria’s independence, failed to address issues of importance to the common man and his plan for a future that might produce Hope, equity and fair play to the average Nigerian.
My countrymen and women this situation is no longer tenable and the direction the country is going is not only unacceptable but might in fact be catastrophic.
Despite their best intentions, our leaders seem to have no idea on how to move the country forward using the implements of democracy or for that matter plan a path to a better future for our youth.
Granted there is no perfect society anywhere in the universe however whenever a democratic nation is in crisis or faced with an unforeseen situation it should be able to refer to its constitution for answers, not so in today’s Nigeria where our growth is stalled in the 19th century.
Our constitution is neither serving the Governed nor the Government hence the stalemate and decay that pervades every facet of our civil society. Properly Governed, Nigeria should be one of the strongest 20 countries of the world and that is using some of the most conservative indices, so the question is?
Why is it not? As uncomfortable as that question sounds, the answer is even more scary, you see if that analysis is correct which it is, then there are only two (2) possible answers neither of which is re assuring. First is that our leaders don’t want progress for all or 2 our leaders don’t know how to achieve progress for all.
Nigeria can no longer afford to continue down this road, otherwise what we see facing us is the dis integration of what was meant to be a great country, that is why Today we are committing ourselves to put a stop to this ugly narrative and pull all the resources that we can muster from Nigerians around the Globe to bring the much desired and much needed change to our country.
What we currently have is not working and will never work unless we make a major shift in our focus and direction. After all insanity they say is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result each time.
Our current leaders God bless them have done their best but that’s not good enough, our people are suffering and without hope due to no fault of theirs while those of us not directly affected by this travesty are enjoying the benefit of a sophisticated western society and doing nothing to change the narrative.
Today we at ANPAC are committing ourselves to bringing an end to this suffering and pervasive discontent. Our country needs new breed of leaders and a well-meaning populist ideology, up till now we have always had to choose from a pool of corrupt candidates, for that to change and indeed for Nigeria to change, we must offer our people a choice in 2019, we must find a candidate outside of the current establishment, one with a vision guided by a progressive ideology.
No longer should our people be made to choose from a quota system of evil entitlement imposed by our major political parties.
Notice the wanton equanimity with which politicians change parties in Nigeria, that alone should tell you that our politicians don’t have any ideology and our political parties have no platform or plan.
So I ask that you join us in our effort to elect a Man or Woman of the people as president of Nigeria in 2019. God bless you all God bless the USA and God bless the FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
The America-Nigeria political action committee (ANPAC) aims at forging strong bilateral relations between the USA and Nigeria for the purpose of mutual strategic development and advancement of western political principles and agenda in Nigeria.
Based in Houston Texas, USA, ANPAC has as its goals.
1. The general development of the Federal republic of Nigeria as a democratic nation with a free market economy, free media and equal rights and justice for all.
2. Emphasize the need for the American Public, Government and policy makers to understand and operate a foreign policy agenda that will enhance the strategic importance of a stable, economically vibrant and progressive Nigeria.
3. Forster a strategic transfer of commerce and industry between the two countries particularly in the areas of, technology, manufacturing, aviation, agriculture and urban development.
4. The promotion of a robust partnership between the two countries in the areas of military training, defense hardware, law enforcement and crime prevention initiatives.
Can Nigeria Be A Greater Nation Than The United States Of America ?