Nigeria is a beautiful country with lots of opportunities. It’s been said that Nigerians are the happiest people in the world.
When it comes to the real issues that make a country great well not so much, if you ask the average Nigerian person his/her experience as a citizen of the country, the response you might get may not be so pleasing.
For a country that has one of the largest deposits of oil resources in the world, you’ll think it’s only logical that the poverty level should be low. Well, it’s not that simple, just as other countries of the world with their unique problems Nigeria happens to be its lack of transparency from the corrupt government.
Nigerians are often characterised as hard-working people who would go the extra mile to make money, due to this spirit, you would find Nigerians in different countries doing all sorts of things to earn a living. This is mainly because the policies back home are not favourable enough for them to thrive.
But regardless, there are still many successful businesses, multi-billion dollar businesses that are doing well in the country, but those businesses support only the upper class of the society and may not necessarily impact the common man. The future as always of any nation resides in the heart of its youth and if the young can still find a reason to believe in the country then I think we are on the right path… I believe in Nigeria.