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Politicians Have Destroyed Institutions In Nigeria, Says Sanusi | Sahara Reporters

The political class has destroyed so many things in this country. The health system has been destroyed. People now travel abroad for medical attention.

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  1. Sanusi, your papa left Nyash…..go and say that to your dead brother Buhari who spent one year 39 days abroad for medical attention, in 3 years 10 months in office…………. Hausa Nama 🐃🐃🐃

  2. Many years ago, a military governor in CRS was operated upon by doctors in the CRS civil service in the government house clinic. Will such a thing happen now? When they have common ear pain,they fly abroad to waste our lean resources.

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    Agunze Azuka Onwuka muses on the trend of ‘successful’ Nigerians sending their families abroad

    I saw this write-up and compared it with what I have around me. When you see people with good jobs in the oil industry, telecoms, etc, either leaving Nigeria with their family or sending their entire family abroad, then you know that Nigeria has reached a frightening stage.

    I attended my secondary school alumni meeting yesterday and I felt really, really sad about Nigeria. Bear in mind this is Atlantic Hall we’re talking about, so pretty much all of us won the birth lottery to begin with.

    “But EVERYBODY IS LEAVING NIGERIA. This is not a drill.

    None of us is struggling. We’re all late 20s to early 40s. By Nigerian standards, we are *balling*. Everybody showed up in a nice car, we all have successful businesses and careers. No one would see us and imagine that we are anything but Nigeria’s elite. Then we started talking.

    First of all, the common theme was “Why did I come back?” None of us could say with a straight face. Every single one of us regretted returning to Nigeria. Without an exception. We all left careers abroad to chase a Nigerian dream that has turned into a Jordan Peele horror flick.

    Those of us with kids all said the same thing: “I’m leaving because of their secondary school.” None of us can afford to send our kids to the very school we are alumni of. N3.5m per annum? What if you have 2 kids. Totally unrealistic. So, Canada. UK. US. Germany. Australia.

    Again I should stress that none of us is looking for bread. We’re all successful people in our own right. But Nigeria has taken the difficulty bar from where our parents met it and placed it somewhere far out of reach, even for its best and brightest.

    Now my question is this: If people like us whose parents owned property and did well for themselves before they died can no longer afford to remain in Nigeria because we are getting poorer, then what about everyone else? Mr political elite, please what is the plan? I don’t see one.

    Ordinarily, we are the lucky ones that should be consolidating on what our parents achieved and building legacies. Instead we are disposing of the property they worked for and moving abroad because Nigeria wants to strangulate us. What is the plan?

    Are you trying to run a country without a middle class? Do you want every kind of successful professional to move to Canada before you are satisfied? Who will fly your jets? Who will give you primary healthcare before you fly abroad? Who will manage your money? What is the plan?

    Me I’m just saying o, because if people whose parents built houses in VI and Ikoyi are selling them and emigrating, you should know that something unprecedented is coming. These are not Masters degree hustlers. These are Nigeria’a silent elite. Leaving. In a stampede.

    Me I don’t have any property to sell thank heaven, because my family is unorthodox so nobody should come after me in my miniflat in Gbagada. Hustle ni mo’n se l’owo. But I’m just saying. I feel like Nigeria is a TV series approaching the final episode. I feel real, actual dread.

    That’s all I will say sha. As you were.”

    Credit: David Hundeyi

  4. Ezi ofia hausa fulani vampire is talking, I bless almighty chukwuokikiabiama for our great nation Biafra long live our great Supreme leader lord mazi Nnamdi Kanu

  5. You Sanusi the emir is among,like your tiny son who graduated from overseas,joined police as a high officer with your connection,while PhD holders are unemployed,while some grey haired men are stagnant in the force for years bcos no connection, even his wedding was elite and govt showpiece, so think before you talk,what of the billions you awarded to your northern folks when you were in charge of CBN,what of the shenanigans that went on during the emir ship tussle, by the way why did Ganduje/northern oligarchy silenced your clamour of northern governors and Islamic clerics to channel their efforts/resources to curb illiteracy in the north. We heard bcos they threatened to expose and probe your squandering some billions in the palace affairs.

  6. Political class political class political class, who’s this political class and what’s his or her name? You want to be a critic and you can’t mention names or be specific. Mr man go and find job. Nonsense

  7. Nigeria system government is the slavery democracy system instead of Mr president to prohibited government agencies and public officers been traveling to abroad for medical assistant in order to have a good medical sector in the country even him too, he travelled for medical status.

  8. Stop beating around the bush.Nigeria , herself is a fraud and should break up to manageable units for there to be peace, reasonable governance and development.
    Anything,short of this is just delusion and deception.
    But that day will be here soon.

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