Tuesday 26th September, 2017
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We practise bad politics in Nigeria

We practise bad politics in Nigeria

Lucidity must be a funda­mental goal of a progres­sive democracy in any so­ciety in the world.
It is a pitiable experience at the era of a supposed elites who be­came a liability to the country that trusts them and voted them in the chamber built for trans­parencies, checks and balances of the societal value and interest of the society,
The 8th Senate is the untold calamity Nigerians ever experi­enced since the existence of de­mocracy. I find the senators idle and confused both mentally and morally. We haven’t seen them implementing what the mass­es expect as dividends and in­centives from Democracy. They do not have the sympathy of the masses and they are not service-oriented.
No wonder Nigerians call them the greedy landlords, we ought to gain from their dai­ly sittings and be proud of their collective actions to better the lots of Nigerians, but what the good Citizens are enjoying from them today is hypocrisy and one sided constitution which fa­voured them and destroy their constituents.
Psychologically it is the lead­ers’ job to initiate connection with the people through hon­esty and undoubtedly transpar­ency. How does a senator who won just 1/3 a particular state in an election to become a senator, with the a president who won the vote of millions of votes from across all parts of the counry.
We all knew the formida­ble empire of the ancient Egypt under the watch of the mighty Pharaoh, when Moses came on board, Pharaoh’s power fizzled out.
Our distinguished senators should watch what they are do­ing because the day of reckoning will soon come.
Comrade Adewale is the Na­tional Secretary, New Nigeria Patriots
 

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