Nigeria’s problem has nothing to do with God’s punishment – OAP Yaw
Prominent Nigerian OAP, Yaw has reacted to the current happenings facing the the nation, Nigeria.
Just yesterday, @TVCconnect had reported the gruesome accident on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. A tanker carrying fuel had put the country in a dark state after causing an explosion the led to the loss of lives and vehicles.
Tanker explodes around Otedola bridge, Lagos-Ibadan expressway – Cars burnt, lives lost. (Video credit: Instablog) pic.twitter.com/MpEjMuA42c
— TVC (@TVCconnect) June 28, 2018
Yaw in a lengthy post has said the problem of Nigeria has nothing to do with God’s punishment, but the lack of doing what’s right.
Yaw revealed that he was on the mainland in Lagos and he encountered a trailer plying same route without tyres knowing that he (trailer driver) can always bribe his way out.
According to him; Nigeria is a quagmire of canker worm of lawlessness that has deeply eaten into the system.
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I don’t normally write like this but this is getting too much,
Until the rotten tooth is pulled out the mouth will know no peace. The problem of our dear country is not for God to answer us but for everyone to do that which is right.
I was driving home from the mainland and i saw this trailer driving without tyres, driving because he already knew that there’s always a way out (bribery) regardless of who’s enforcement agency is on the road not minding endangering not just his life but that of others.
Nigeria is a quagmire of cankerworm of lawlessness that has deeply eaten into the system. Who do we blame
What is happening in Nigeria is as a result of indiscipline, lawlessness; corruption and non standardization of laws.
It has nothing to do with God’s punishment or prayers but for the right peg to be in the right hole.
This disaster is as a result of our stupidity… Like @asiricomedy posted this morning,
Most of the things we pray for in Nigeria are organisational anomalies. Prayers doesn’t solve that,
Common sense will