is not where Nigerians want it; FACT!
class is crying, like really crying, because that summer trip to Dubai is in
jeopardy already. For the other class the naira fall is just like losing a soccer
match, and nobody likes to loose even the Nigerian slang re-emphasis this as it
states with a swag “naija no dey carry
last, highest na draw” So as a Nigerian you fall in either of this two categories,
well, except for the intercepts of the two categories who sadly have lost their
jobs, their wives or their minds because of the fall of the Naira.
sprouted criticism of the government in place with barely a year under their
belts by some highly ignorant people, discussions from the learned, #BuyNaijaToGrowTheNaira campaigns from a
sitting senator which has drawn wide spread criticism for the senator after it
was noticed that the printing of his highly anticipated book was done over-the-seas, in his defense, the book
was printed before the campaign, but personally, I admire the fact he gave
Aero-contractors flight a free adverts on his radio broadcast #commonsence even though his patronizing their flight over-the-seas
was done before the campaign, but who cares about his defense?
If I were to speak like he does I would say “for the last week or two I
have eaten Ishiagu Rice from the farms
of Ebonyi State, I am the Bystander
and I just want to make COMMONSENCE” I like the fact that Senator Ben Bruce has
over the last couple of days given a free advert to entrepreneurs across the
|Senator Ben Bruce|
is it with us? Where did we get this spirit of living life on the fast tracks
as a country? It’s so bad that some of us don’t buy a Nigerian product not
because it’s substandard but for the singular opinion that it was produced by a
Nigerian like them, the car company is owned by a guy and he is not part of
your religion or tribe but then you drive Toyota's, Mercedes and Ford. We have
become like a black American who is in need of a doctor but still refuses
intensely the touch of a black doctor because he is supposed to be from the hood or ghetto and those guys don’t wear white robes with a thermometer around their
necks like those white who went to medical school. When would we
stop judging by what it’s supposed to be rather by what it is, when would we?
|when would we?|
for many of you that don’t know, is what many of this big companies and
countries success stories don’t tell. Nobody started off perfect, but through a
feedback from consumers for real, not just consumers in their minds, they keep
getting better. So how would they get better when you don’t know their product?
The mere idea that a fellow Nigerian is producing disgust you? Your sons, your
daughters what kind of education do they stand to gain with no indigenous
success stories of manufacturers, producers, businessmen and women. I have just
one last question to ask, what is wrong with us?
|what is wrong?|
spirit of the #BuyNaijaToGrowNaira Campaign,
I introduce you to the only doctor I know who is also a Jeweller, as if it’s
not time consuming enough to be a medical practitioner Dr Kenechukwu
Nwosu has combined bead making to his arsenal and he is good at it. Let his
works speak for itself.