The Bad Governance In Nigeria πŸ˜’πŸ’”

Initially, it was about #endpolicebrutality

But we actually figured out that, it’s about #endbadgovernance

You might be already aware of the crisis going on in Nigeria, my country. And this hashtag β€œ#endsars” is not new to you anymore.

For the past few weeks, I have been doing all I can to join the movement and actually be part of the #newnigeria and the #change that the future holds for my country. (That’s why I’ve not really been active on WordPress)

But I felt bad, as this post should have come earlier.

We, the youths have reached the peak of our endurance level, for the bad governance in Nigeria.

Now, let me quickly brief you on SARs and why we want to #endsarsnow.

SARs is the acronym for (Special Anti-robbery Squad)

We have the good eggs and the bad eggs.

And it is the bad eggs that actually overshadow the good ones. And that’s the case with SARs.

These β€œbad eggs” will publicly extort youths on the streets and β€œfalsely” blame them for crimes they didn’t commit. Even going the extra mile of taking law into their hands by either opening fire at them or beating them up.

In other words, any youth that β€œlooks rich” to them is either engaged in online fraud or other illegal activities.

That brings us to the issue of Online fraud that most foreigners have about Nigerians.

I know that you might have directly experienced or have heard people accuse Nigerians of various forms of online and offline scams.

I have 2 things to say about this.

Firstly, I will not condemn anyone for rightly or falsely, accusing any Nigerian of fraud. It can be so bitter and sorrowful when you lose money to people you don’t even know because you trusted them.

Secondly, we, the youths of Nigeria have noticed this and that’s why together, we have come to peacefully protest and greatly demand change.

We know of how tarnished our reputation as Nigerians have become all over the world and that’s why we are tired of it all and we actually want to end the bad circumstances present in our country and also to be the change that Nigeria needs.

The Nigerian flag, stained with the blood of the innocent Nigerian youths, crying for change and total reformation on Nigeria

If Nigeria had good government and great leaders, some youths won’t be engaged in online frauds. They won’t steal foreigners money.

That’s why we are all calling on everybody in the world to raise awareness. We are tired of being left out because of the stupid decisions our leaders are making!!

PayPal has banned Nigerians, Go fund me, has also banned Nigerians. Other international companies aren’t even operating in Nigeria despite the fact that Nigeria is the biggest black nation in the world!

All these are happening because of what our leaders did, what they are doing, and the evil agendas they have in future!

They said we are the youths and future of Nigeria, and they are killing us? The future of Nigeria?

We came with our voices and our patriotism, but they came with guns, water cannons and armored trucks.

People all over the world don’t EVER believe that Nigeria can actually change, but we are trying to say β€œYES! We can change! And we will change!!”

We thought it was about the Police and SARs, but we discovered that some people are giving the police orders to follow and it’s those authorities that needs reform.

You can’t cut a tree down by cutting its branches and flowers. But if you tackle it’s root, you can bring that tree down!

That’s what we, the youths of Nigeria have noticed and are actively demonstrating our rights for.

Nigerian youths are the future of Nigeria. But the leaders of present want to commit evil schemes that will tarnish our future, which is us! We can’t allow that!!

So I’m calling on everyone reading this.

If you have been having a bad mentality of Nigeria, we know and we as Nigerians are now tired of it all and we just won’t back down.

We, the present youths of Nigeria desire the change that past generations were so timid and scared to ask for.

But we can’t do it alone. Our government is trying their best to silence us. All we have is our voices, our patriotism and the media.

You can be part of the process of bringing out the #NewNigeria. You can help raise awareness any way you can. You can help tell the world that the biggest black nation wants a change, a change that many have lost their lives for.

If we can win this, then I tell you, all black nations will follow our footsteps and within few years, you will see a whole different Africa.


That’s all I ask. That you help create awareness and help spread the word.

God bless Nigeria and God bless us all. (Amen)

#endpolicebrutality #endbadgoverance #endnigeriashootings #greatnigeria

Published by Vincent Ehindero

A co-founder and CEO of High Foster. Vincent is a humorous guy that has a wonderful talent of blending growth secrets with relatable experiences. He is also a founder of a nonprofit organization that focuses on developing children and youths.

68 thoughts on “The Bad Governance In Nigeria πŸ˜’πŸ’”

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  1. God bless you Vincent. I am praying for you, and all who join you in inspiring change and standing up for what is right. It is not easy. When I first came across your blog, I knew you were special. Your smile lights my heart on fire. You help inspire me to learn of things I never knew existed. I am so sorry for the blood of your innocent countrymen (and women) . God is using you in ways you may not understand. – to educate people around the world. God Bless Nigeria. Your Friend – Christy

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    1. Thanks so much Christy (Amen)

      I really appreciate your prayers and concerns and all your best wishes.
      God will surely use people to bring about this inspiring change.

      Thanks so so much.

      God bless you abundantly and your family also

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  2. It’s so sad what’s going on in Nigeria, and your article made me understand the situation much better, and just feel so much more sad. I tell my friends in Nigeria not to engage in the protest so as to stay safe but I guess sometimes everyone has to take a risk and stand up for what they believe, to stand up for what’s better. Do be safe. I pray all this ends soon.😒
    #endsars

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    1. Very sad. And it’s very unfortunate.
      We are just tired of everything. We are just tired.

      But thanks so much for your concern. It really means a lot to me. Thanks so so much for your prayers also πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½β€οΈ

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  3. Aww, this breaks my heart! This is so terribly sad! 😭
    I wish to raise awareness but I am not sure what I can do? Can I reblog this?
    I am praying for you and your country! ❀
    God bless Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬

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    1. Thanks so much for your concern Jasmine. I really appreciate it. Thanks so so much.

      Yes, you can reblog.

      You will always be remembered in my heart as the Australian that wanted a better Nigeria πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ ❀️

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      1. Yeah dreams, some with a solid foundation already.
        πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ Speaking of dreams… I never for once dreamt of trekking 7miles home until on 21st October πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ . All are Experience.

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      2. ❀️

        πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…wow. That’s… I can’t even find words to explain it..but, like you said, β€œAll are Experience”πŸ’ͺ🏽πŸ’ͺ🏽

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  4. Hey there!! My name is Amy!
    I actually never knew that this was going on…. you just opened my eyes…. and now my heart aches for all of you there. πŸ˜­πŸ’”That may sound like I’m trying to be dramatic but I’m trying to be frank. πŸ€—
    I’m soooo glad I finally brought myself to see your blog. And honestly, I’m not disappointed at all!!πŸ˜‰πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ
    Shanessa was the one who told me about you!! She’s such an amazing friend❀😊
    I hope we can be friends too!! How should I call you? May I call you Vince? πŸ˜„
    And before you presume that I must be 15 or 16 (like most people do lmao), I am a twelve year old (nearly 13) blogger!πŸ˜‚
    Love, Amy

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    1. Hellouuuuuuu Amy πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ
      Oh, about that. Don’t let your heart ache. You don’t deserve to have heart ache because of the senseless leadership in my country.
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      But I will do all I can. I will be a change to my country. And I’m working towards it nowπŸ’ͺ🏽

      Thanks so much Amy. You are a wonderful and inspiring girl with a heart so big, it can contain the whole world!! 😊😊

      Sure!!! Sure!!!!! Sure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      We are already friends the moment you saw my blog and the moment I saw your name πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ˜‡

      Shanessa is a very wonderful girl. Please can you help me tell her that I will NEVER forget about her. And she will always be in my prayers. Please tell her, when you meet with her or message her next. Unfortunately, I might have lost contact with her.

      πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…you can call me Vince, if it’s okay with you. Actually, no one has ever called me Vince before! You should be the first! Yayy πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚

      Weather you are 12,13,15 or 16 years old, you will always be special and unique to humanity!!

      Heyy! Go great to meet you once again.

      You are fearfully and wonderfully made by God. Your existence matters to Humanity

      Your smile is my inspiration πŸ™πŸ½

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      1. Thank you so much for this amazing reply!! πŸ₯°

        Awwh thank you for these really kind words!! I’m blushing!😊

        Awwwh!! The friendship begins!πŸ˜‡

        Yes Shanessa is amazing!! 😍We are very close friends!! I don’t think you have lost contact, it was just that she didn’t post or be present in the blogging world this month…. she is finally back!! πŸ₯³I hope you seen her post!! If you want, I could give you her email… I’m sure she won’t mind… she says you are an amaing friend!! I will tell her your message too!!😊

        Yay!! I am honored to be the first to call you Vince!😎

        If you don’t mind, may I know your age?

        Yes!! I’m so glad I found you and your blog!!πŸ€—

        Yes, you too are a wonderful masterpiece lovingly made by our Father’s hands!πŸ˜‰πŸ€©

        Thank you once again for your kind words! You really made my day!!πŸ₯°β˜Ί

        Have a blessed sunday!! πŸ˜‡(If it is sunday for you right now lol. These time differences can be confusingπŸ˜‚)

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      1. πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½Yes. We will continue trusting in God.

        Well, you could try out the courier services. Preferably DHL. You use DHL to send the parcel from your country to Nigeria, then you can still use DHL as home delivery to the place/destination in Nigeria

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      2. Thanks for that advice Vincent – I will be sending some religious items in the near future. DHL is the best – and I would not have thought of them!
        Thank you again. God bless πŸ™πŸ™Œ

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      1. I will be praying for your safety and for Gid to give you wisdom in this fight! Please keep me updated!

        LORD God, please surrond and protect Vincent and his friends as they fight for freedom and safety for their country. Give them discern over the strategies of the enemy, and most important Lord we ask that you fight this battle of evil. In Jesus Mighty and Precious Name Amen.

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      2. πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½I will keep you updated

        I will save this wonderful and powerful prayer. And I will keep going back to it. To give me the assurance that someone who’s not a Nigeria actually cares for Nigeria and pleads to God on behalf of Nigeria.

        Everything you lay your hands on, shall prosper. As long as you obey God’s commandments, you will never lack any good thing. You will always be uplifted and God will use your generation to glorify HIS HOLY NAME. AMEN πŸ™πŸ½

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