Nations survive and advance with brains, wise policies, and manpower — not through speeches and cheap populist agitation.
Let’s do more.
Let’s demand for more.
Let an Accountable & Transparent Governance be our goal.
Misery and poverty of a nation is associated with the conscious of its people not leaders.
All it takes is two youth with one voice, one song and a convoy echoing their language in a mirror.
A nation is not defined by its borders or the boundaries of its land mass. Rather, a nation is defined by adverse people who have been unified by a cause and a value system and who are committed to a vision for the type of society they wish to live in and give to the future generations to come.
How conscious are the Nigerian people to demanding good governance?
How committed are the Nigerian people to the vision of a better Nigeria?
“The very moment the balance of power gets into the hands of second-rate men & women, a decline of that nation is inevitable.”
Has the balance of power shifted?
Nigeria at 60, share in the comment section your expectations for this decade & the next 40 years?
Kayode Odesanya is a senior project manager at RED | For Africa's enterprise developmental company, The Future Project Africa.
He is a communication, marketing, brand, product & project expert.
His writing revolves around policy, governance, media, corporate communications, products & technology.