ON THE LIBYAN SAGA; HAVE YOU TAKEN ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE LIBERATION OF YOUR COUNTRY MEN?

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ON THE LIBYAN SAGA; HAVE YOU TAKEN ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE LIBERATION OF YOUR COUNTRY MEN?

The world is expecting that by now, Nigerians would have troop into the streets demanding for the explanation from their president due to his inactions/ineptitude at securing the release of their fellow Nigerians presently enslaved in Libya and their subsequent safe return back home.

But unfortunately, Nigerians are looking up to the private jet owners in their country and their celebrities to do the job of a constitutionally elected government. This is absurd, isn’t it?

Those who feel that they still have some unfinished “business” with some Men of God who own private jets have singled them out for their backlash leaving out those business men and women who own private jets as well as though they are not morally obliged to offer their private jets to ferry their fellow country men back home. This is prejudice at its peak. Will they acknowledge it? Never! Their minds are warped!

Truth be told, the world sees a failed nation; a people that don’t care about their fellow Nigerians. A people who couldn’t offer their jets to bring home their brothers and sisters. A people who couldn’t stage protests to demand that their government gets involved in liberating their kiths and kins in Libya. A people whose activism for the liberation of their people begins and ends on Facebook. A people who don’t take responsibilities but chooses to point fingers elsewhere.

Regardless of what you may think, Nigeria has failed her people presently enslaved in Libya including you pushing the blame and responsibility to other people because you have not demanded for the resignation of your president and have never staged a protest to that effect. You are just as docile as your president.

Chidiebere Okere

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