by Ian Kedem
Responding to a question about how bad things are in Nigeria online, Israeli agronomist, Ian Kedem, wrote:
“I’m an Israeli who lived in Nigeria for 5 years while working on an agricultural project in Plateau State.
Nigeria is no better or no worse than any other country in the world. Every country has its highs and lows.
However, the biggest problem with Nigeria is the leadership, with rife corruption and lack of basic humanity.
The Nigerian people are suffering from a lack of leadership and also too much religious dogma.
One of the main problems with Nigerians is that they are too tolerant of their politicians.
There are no strikes or protest marches for justice.
Nigerians have come to terms with the fact that they have to bribe a government official, customs officer, police officer, immigration officer just to progress in life!”
What do you think?
Do you agree with Ian’s opinion of Nigeria?