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List Of All Nigeria's Problems: Why Nigerians Are Running To Other Countries by EndSARS77: 2:20am On Dec 12, 2022
As some will say it "Nigeria don cast". Imagine if a white man walked up to you or CNN were to interview you to ask you what was wrong with the country. If you were to say "a few years ago bag of rice was N8,000 but it is now N50,000" it will make it harder for the foreigner to believe you because you didn't give proper account of anything. So what exactly is wrong with Nigeria you might ask?
- There is no NEPA light
- Poor economic policies (daily withdrawal limit policy of 2022)
- Poor management of resources (crude oil to be exact)
- There are no white collar jobs
- No good roads: How many good roads do we have in Nigeria? Nigerians use cars the same way they would use canoes & boats because of this
- Poor health sector (Nigerians travel abroad for operation)
- Persistent currency devaluation
- Inflation and high cost of living
- Election rigging and vote buying
- White people rarely migrate to Nigeria: Nigerians are migrating to Europe & North America everyday
- Fire fighters and 911 aren't working effectively in Nigeria
- Nigeria likes to import but doesn't manufacture anything
- There is little or no access to government loans for businesses (only salary earners can apply for loans)
- There are no government agencies or schools that empowers youths with vocational skills such as farming, plumbing or welding
- Poor educational sector: Nigerians like to travel to Canada to further their education
- Falied policing and judicial system: They took Nigerian Hushpuppi to USA before they could sentence and jail him. Use of fingerprints at a crime scene still has a long way to go in Nigeria
- There are no street CCTV cameras in Nigeria
- Nigerians always wait for somebody to die first before putting things in place to protect others next time: Pedestrians sometimes get crushed to death because no proper protection was put in place on an ever busy road (such as zebra crossing, speedbreakers and bridges)
- Nigeria has a failed public transport system
- According to the world rank, Nigeria doesn't rank well on the list countries that have high standards of living
- Nigeria doesn't rank well on the list of most corrupt countries in the world
Re: List Of All Nigeria's Problems: Why Nigerians Are Running To Other Countries by Pwettylinda(f): 5:16am On Dec 12, 2022
The people calling themselves Nigeria are not meant to be together.

It's hard to coexist. This is the truth people know but find it hard to say it.

The Amalgamation is wrong undecided undecided
Nothing relates Hausa,Igbo and Yoruba

From language, culture and religion nothing at all, the merging is wrong
Re: List Of All Nigeria's Problems: Why Nigerians Are Running To Other Countries by alhajidembele: 9:15am On Dec 13, 2022
This is the same Nigerian government that hid palliatives during corona virus instead of distributing it to the masses, while other governments in other countries were sharing them for their citizens. The palliatives were later discovered by the masses a few years later, under controversial circumstances

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