Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Green Light

So much has been said and is being said about the state of this nation Nigeria, from the vagueness and unsatisfactory behavior of Mr President, to the fact that 53 years after independence we still do not even have constant electricity.

I've been thinking a lot about the word INDEPENDENCE, which is synonymous with freedom, emancipation, liberation and so on, the first scenario that comes to mind is that of the Independent Woman:, i can't really remember the artiste that sang the song but its really mostly a scam, i'm all for women emancipation and equality but really 80 percent of females who say this, are either dependent on their parents, boyfriends, husbands, family members and even strangers, be it from fixing the pumping machine, to carrying out the empty gas cylinder, to paying for drinks, food, clothes, phone bills and even personal items and they be strutting about claiming independent woman!!. I know i'm not a part of this 80  percent as I'm dependent on my parents who pay my bills and i'm definitely open to freebies of all kinds and amounts :D .
In my mind , I view Nigeria as a young prosperous person,who got their wish for legal emancipation , shrugged off the trustees and  fell in with a bad crowd  from which to leave could result in a sort of death
There are so many questions to be answered ,  no one willing or capable, just old men grappling for power to an era where they do not belong, for money they would  die & leave behind with a trail of sadness and sorrow. The time has  definitely come for a change from Amber to Green light for Nigerian youths!! I'm not a politcal animal, so i'll stop here.
 Not much else to say but God Bless Nigeria & the whole wide  world .

 Love an pray for your country
            princess xx


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