How Politicians Gain and Profits In Our Divisions.

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By WPPraise

You’re the obstacle you must overcome
You’re the greatest obstacle to your miracle
You’re the greatest enemy to your progress
You’re the one standing in the way of your development
You’re the one standing in the way of your destiny
To ponder impossibility is to limit one’s destiny 

The deliberate confusions orchestrated in Edo State by politicians’ benefits politicians only while the Masses are the loser. 

Politicians on both side of the fence are the sole gainer and beneficiary in our divisions that they create to turns us against us, while behind our back, dem dey chop our money but my people, who are the loser dey clap for them. 

While the Masses fight among themselves, the youth become their foot soldiers, they Politicians on both sides smile their way to the bank, Youth are disfranchised, underdevelopment, maladministration’s and backwardness continue. We too mumu my people. 

When oppressed people willingly accept their oppressor, they only serve to give the oppressor a convenient justification for his acts. Often the oppressor goes along unaware of the evil involved in his oppression so long as the oppressed accept it. So, in order to be true to one’s conscience and true to God, a righteous man has no alternative but refuse to cooperate with an evil system:” Martin Luther King Jr 

The question is, how long shall our people continue to celebrate their oppressors and resent their deliverer? Isn’t it a shame ordinary pipe borne water; modern Motor Park Edo State can’t boast off? 

Mark my word today. One day Adam and Obaseki will sit down together on the same table, eat drink and shake hands, smile on camera, take photos and tell the people of Edo State and Nigerians by gone is by gone, after the masses has been short-change.  

Before you kill yourselves, hate your neighbour over a politician. Remember, you him or her are the sole loser over failed leadership in your State and Local Government Area.

We must orientate our minds and begin to speak as one for good governance, irrespective of who is in power. For “Nations do not grow overnight as mushrooms or by miracle. Nations are the result of vision, commitment, selfless sacrifices by men and women who believe in the cause of the nation.” Emeka O Ojukwu.

“To no person, no matter how wealthy, should we sell our soul. To no nation, no matter how powerful, should we mortgage our conscience. To no group, no matter how influential, should we pawn our thoughts. But we should always reserve to ourselves and to our posterity the right to know, to think, to hold opinion and to pursue our own good in our own way without denying or depriving others of their right to do so. That is our concept of true national freedom.” Unandi Azikewe of Africa 

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