Nigeria

I found this article on Facebook – and to a certain extent some of it is true…please share your thoughts. A lot of Abuja properties and assets seem to be up for quick sale as folks seem to be looking for money left right and center.

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Most Nigerians don’t realise we’ve been living in The Matrix. This subsidy removal is the red pill that may wake us up to reality.

We are poor. We are broke. We’ve been raped, pillaged, looted and left for dead.

All these years our economy has been sustained on the junk food of corruption. We have kwashiorkor but because we look chubby we think we are healthy.

Those two bedrooms in Abuja going for N700 million. Those make up artists charging 500k and pre-wedding photo shoots for 700k. Aso ebi for 90k. Buying Rolexes and Ferraris. Range Rover Sport  all over Lagos like keke napep.

It is all fake. It’s all a mirage. We’ve all been living off the spoils of corruption. That’s why the country is so hard now. No money circulating. Because no money to steal and rent flats and shops for girlfriends. For civil servants to pay bogus tithes of N500k. For senators to spray dollars at their daughters’ weddings. For lagos big boys to spend N2m every Friday night at nightclubs.

It’s time to face reality. The party is over. Now we may see the real Nigeria and Nigerians.

Now that money will go into our roads and bridges and hospitals. It will benefit those who don’t have a rich corrupt uncle with connections in oil and gas. Those who can’t travel to Dubai to celebrate birthdays. Those who don’t know what Coldstone ice cream tastes like.

Hopefully the real estate markets will crash. The thieves with 15 houses in abuja will be forced to sell them fast for cash. I would prefer if EFCC seized and auctioned them, though.

All those in the service industry will have to revaluate their pricing. You can’t charge 500k to paint faces anymore;  free money don finish.

Welcome to the real world.

-Anonymous

Please what are your thoughts?

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4 Comments on Nigeria

  1. Food for thought

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  2. Ms Pynk thank you O. I’ve been of this opinion. Pricing in Nigeria is just ridiculous and wrongly inflated…not sustainable! Especially Lagos, Abuja and Port-Harcourt. Heck! The whole country!

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  3. Very insightful post.

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  4. lucynthia // May 27, 2016 at 22:31 // Reply

    True…. This is what Nigeria needs. Makeup artist 500k! When you’re not painting my future.. False lifestyle in this country ehn! Civil servant would buy frame 600k…. It is well

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