Poverty In Nigeria

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BLAME IT ON THE PAST GORVERNMENT? AS NIGERIAN YOUTHS EMBARK ON A PERILOUS JOURNEY TO EUROPE The affluence is getting richer while the less privileged getting poorer and stripped of their individual rights as such impunity is viewed as Childs play over the masses, a situation where an ordinary man becomes a prey and our leaders could abscond due process and bribe their way out of any perpetrated evil and corrupt act, whereas, in such cases, justice in Nigeria has always favoured the wealthy minority. Ironically, an ordinary man in Nigeria always succumb to his fate and give up to the torment imposed on him by the government on a daily basis , that, One day it will be better , this was an old saying for Nigerian youths, however,…show more content…
There is No sufficient reason enough to justify anyone to embark on a desperate adventure, risking their life on a journey far from 70% success, moreover very many of these youth perish at the sea without reaching the promise land as they perceived, yet, the Nigerian government has done little or nothing to the present situation regarding youths migrating to the western world through the Mediterranean causing many to meet an untimely death in the long run. However, corruption has been the major reason why poverty has become a part and parcel of a day to day way of life in a country blessed with numerous natural resources but the government has failed to invest more on industries development and infrastructures also have refused to focus on the economic stability by creating more jobs and empowering the youths for a better future. This in turn vehemently pushed most of the youths to believe that there is a future in the western world, however it is like a mirage and abstract illusion from a proper perspective of…show more content…
Nigerias economic growth will be a testament to all African continents for its economic revolution if there is constant electricity and as such, it will give our economy the power to catapult itself to height we thought would never be possible to reach in the next 100

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