Caitlin Moran once wrote: “…the world will come at you with knives anyway. You don’t need to beat them to it”. Whereas it would seem counterintuitive that a people would choose to harm themselves, each day people in Rivers State make the foolish choice of harming themselves and the state they call their own. Rivers people keep complaining about marginalization by the federal government and the Hausa-Fulani hegemony. While some of the complaints are valid, a closer look would reveal that the real enemy lies within, not outside.
The 2015 Elections are right in front of us. These elections, unlike previous ones, come at a time of great instability in the nation. No day passes without some drama, whether comedic, tragic, or both. Continue reading “Less Complaints, More Actions”