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BBNaija and EndSARS: Where Nigerian youths get it wrong

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    Bad governments can be ended only when good Nigerian youths come out en masse to vote a good candidate to power. But they prefer to vote for BBNaija (billions of votes, which make BBNaija very rich and leave youths hopeless). They leave real voting for thugs and old people; then what do you expect?

    Then why are they complaining?

    When youths get PVC, they do that solely for the purpose of opening a bank account. Governments are rarely changed by protests. That is why the recent protests didn’t bring out much positivity. When good candidates contest, like Sowore now, Gani Fawehinmi in the past, and say in future, Aisha Yesufu, people won't vote for them.

    It’s amazing that Nigerians won’t vote for candidates that have the love of masses at heart. Imagine that AAC got less than 900 votes in the last Ondo State governorship elections. If you think you’re an activist and you’re popular with the masses, try your popularity by contesting an election, and you’ll see that people won’t vote for you.

    Only 10 million votes and power will change hands in Nigeria, but they gave BBNaija 2.6 billion votes, to enrich BBNaija and a few other contestants. Yes, N30 was not much.

    During elections, you'll see that most youths will sit at home and prefer to post on social media, spreading hatred, blames, curses and lectures, rather than to take steps that will change the fate of their country. Zuckerberg is very rich now - about 100 billion dollars’ worth. The traffic on social media is a good thing for him.

    Criticisms on social media are mostly a waste of time, and that’s why I don’t do it. You can post blames and accusations all the day on social media, and at the end of the day, write anything tangible you have achieved.


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