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Say No to Quota System 60 yrs after independence

Say No to Quota System 60 yrs after independence

 WHAT IS KILLING NIGERIA

*"Say No to Quota System 60 yrs after independence".*

 


*Two kids were born August 31st, 1980, in Kano. Jubril is  from Kano as his state of origin while  Adewale is of parents from Osun state.*


They both attended the same primary school to Primary 6, then the twist began


*They both sat for Federal Common Entrance examination, Adewale scored 188/200 and Jubril 16/200. As a result or the Nigerian quota system, they both ended up in the same class at  Federal Government  College, Zaria.*


Adewale continued to come 1st-3rd in the class of 35 and Jubril 30-35th/35. 


*6 years later, WASCE and JAMB were taken. Adewale had 6As and 2Cs (WASCE) and 286/400 (JAMB) while Jubril had 5Cs and 2Ps and 106/400 in JAMB.*


Again by a warped and weird stroke they end up in the same Law Faculty in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 


*5 years later Adewale graduated with 2-1 and Jibril with a Pass!*


Adewale finished from Law school at Abuja - No Job after NYSC.


 *Jubril as soon as he left the Abuja Law school, one year NYSC got a job as a Magistrate at the Federal Magistrate Court Abuja, 2 years later he was promoted as a Judge.*


Adewale still struggling, decided to join some Trio of old seniors who operate a Law outfit in Abuja as a junior lawyer.


*5 years later he was still carrying files and coming to defend low level cases at Jubril's court.*


If you love fairness, equity and justice will you want Nigeria to continue like this? 


*That's the problem with Nigeria as it is.*


It's strongly skewed to the advantage of a particular ethnic group in Nigeria.


*Must we allow this to continue?*


The truth be told in all sincerity, the Labour of our heroes past can never be in vain. 


*Adewale finds his way to the Uk, he immediately thrills them with his brilliance and in less than 8 years he becomes a full Professor.*

 

He could achieve his dreams anywhere in the world where hardwork and brilliance is rewarded except in his native Country.


Twenty years down the line, Adewale's children are being celebrated in their adopted country. Jubril is lining up his children to benefit from the same system that favoured him. 


*This really hurts.... Say No to Brain drain, Say No to a system that polarises us, Say No to mediocrity, Say No to any system that will make our children hate the country of their birth, Say no to QUOTA System 60 yrs after independence.*


Nigeria deserves to have her best brains and working for her! 


 *Pass this on to every Nigerian*...

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 WHAT IS KILLING NIGERIA

*"Say No to Quota System 60 yrs after independence".*

 


*Two kids were born August 31st, 1980, in Kano. Jubril is  from Kano as his state of origin while  Adewale is of parents from Osun state.*


They both attended the same primary school to Primary 6, then the twist began


*They both sat for Federal Common Entrance examination, Adewale scored 188/200 and Jubril 16/200. As a result or the Nigerian quota system, they both ended up in the same class at  Federal Government  College, Zaria.*


Adewale continued to come 1st-3rd in the class of 35 and Jubril 30-35th/35. 


*6 years later, WASCE and JAMB were taken. Adewale had 6As and 2Cs (WASCE) and 286/400 (JAMB) while Jubril had 5Cs and 2Ps and 106/400 in JAMB.*


Again by a warped and weird stroke they end up in the same Law Faculty in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. 


*5 years later Adewale graduated with 2-1 and Jibril with a Pass!*


Adewale finished from Law school at Abuja - No Job after NYSC.


 *Jubril as soon as he left the Abuja Law school, one year NYSC got a job as a Magistrate at the Federal Magistrate Court Abuja, 2 years later he was promoted as a Judge.*


Adewale still struggling, decided to join some Trio of old seniors who operate a Law outfit in Abuja as a junior lawyer.


*5 years later he was still carrying files and coming to defend low level cases at Jubril's court.*


If you love fairness, equity and justice will you want Nigeria to continue like this? 


*That's the problem with Nigeria as it is.*


It's strongly skewed to the advantage of a particular ethnic group in Nigeria.


*Must we allow this to continue?*


The truth be told in all sincerity, the Labour of our heroes past can never be in vain. 


*Adewale finds his way to the Uk, he immediately thrills them with his brilliance and in less than 8 years he becomes a full Professor.*

 

He could achieve his dreams anywhere in the world where hardwork and brilliance is rewarded except in his native Country.


Twenty years down the line, Adewale's children are being celebrated in their adopted country. Jubril is lining up his children to benefit from the same system that favoured him. 


*This really hurts.... Say No to Brain drain, Say No to a system that polarises us, Say No to mediocrity, Say No to any system that will make our children hate the country of their birth, Say no to QUOTA System 60 yrs after independence.*


Nigeria deserves to have her best brains and working for her! 


 *Pass this on to every Nigerian*...

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#EndSarsMemorial: A Genocide at noon - A Peom by Ola Olawale

#EndSarsMemorial: A Genocide at noon - A Peom by Ola Olawale

 Day 2...of Tributes and Tears...

Poem by Ola Olawale



A Genocide at noon


We were singing

Asking for Justice

We were singing

Asking for freedom

We were singing

Saying end police brutality

We were singing

Saying end unjust killing


We were singing

For a just nation

We were singing

For an inclusive government

We were singing

With passion for the flag

We were Singing

Saying enough is enough


Suddenly the light went off

The camera got missing

The state is at work

Before the blink of an eye

In battalion, they arrived

Armed to the teeth

In battle mood, ready for exchange

With armless PATRIOTS


Soon, bullet here and there

life became lifeless

the song turns to sorrow

the smile turns to tears

All head for save haven

Hand raise hand in blood

Tears flows, from still breathing eyes

Mouth grieve for survival


See our brothers in Pain

See Our sister grieving

See Our Comrades in grave

A Genocide at noon

A Just cause

A lawful gathering of goodwill

A spot for songs of freedom

Turn a place of sorrow.

This Government is EVIL




 Day 2...of Tributes and Tears...

Poem by Ola Olawale



A Genocide at noon


We were singing

Asking for Justice

We were singing

Asking for freedom

We were singing

Saying end police brutality

We were singing

Saying end unjust killing


We were singing

For a just nation

We were singing

For an inclusive government

We were singing

With passion for the flag

We were Singing

Saying enough is enough


Suddenly the light went off

The camera got missing

The state is at work

Before the blink of an eye

In battalion, they arrived

Armed to the teeth

In battle mood, ready for exchange

With armless PATRIOTS


Soon, bullet here and there

life became lifeless

the song turns to sorrow

the smile turns to tears

All head for save haven

Hand raise hand in blood

Tears flows, from still breathing eyes

Mouth grieve for survival


See our brothers in Pain

See Our sister grieving

See Our Comrades in grave

A Genocide at noon

A Just cause

A lawful gathering of goodwill

A spot for songs of freedom

Turn a place of sorrow.

This Government is EVIL




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