Are Nigerians Really Just Bluffers?
A rather critical look at our image as Nigerians on the outside world is generally known to seem quite unpleasant. Our economy, government, system, education and many others, are embodied with activities that aren't so much to write home about. But just as we have rights, we have obligations to our dear nation.
The question however is, Are we carrying out our obligations? Do we even know or remember them? It is very important to know that even if the government is heavily and primarily responsible for the provision of social amenities and infrastructures, we are the ones to use them.
How then can we help ourselves even before blaming anyone? How do we put our differences together and work towards making a better nation?
These and more are questions that we should seek to answer. Rather, we consistently complain and lament all over the internet and make no straight-out move in the real sense. Even if the social media is a platform to express our distress, doesn't unnecessary rampant complaints backed up with no real efforts, make us bluffers?
I suppose many other countries already assume we are bluffers. But are we?