HOW BEING A NIGERIAN IS A STRESSOR
Naira devaluation: A Naira (N) to a Dollar ($) is 580/585.. we are heading to an N1000/$. Pls, someone update me, what about our E-Naira?
Insecurity, kidnapping, banditry: All these have made most of us not to travel by road again, now plane and trains have entered the list. Like, that’s happening? Nowhere seem safe enough. Nigerians are now internally displaced persons in their country.
Government policies are not in tandem with our realities Some policies ko le make sense, A case in point, we all know entrepreneurs are the major drivers of the economy, but the taxes we are made to pay makes me sometimes feel like a homeless child. Entrepreneurs, am I communicating?
Electricity challenges: As for this one, you pay a premium price to have 24/7 electricity. It’s like having to pay with your blood. Sometimes, you pay and no light.. no be juju be that…
Road network issues: This factor can abort your unborn baby sef… that’s the manageable roads we have in some areas. The worse cases are the underserved areas that don’t have road network at all… anyway, the election is coming and politicians will come with their promises again. I’m tayad.
Inflation : I once thought my money got missing because I couldn’t feel my bag with the money I have spent. Pls, if you send staff to the market, they didn’t sell your money . It’s just that N100,000 now behaves like N10,000. Can someone check on their neighbour, it’s not well with most of us o
Anger & hunger in the land: You see all that I have listed above, that’s why people dey para anyhow..Good morning Sir! Baba, go shout, what’s good about the morning. Uncle no vex..na Nigeria cause am….chai
No jobs: Aside from no jobs, dissatisfaction and burnout in the workplace are on the rise. Parents manage to send you to school, you come to serve the government as pa NYSC. Las, it’s 0/0, no work, no money.. Parents are now questioning why the school if no job at the end. O ti su mi
Plan B activated, activation in progress, activate to cultivate are the stories on Whatspp status these days… Omo, embassies never see influx, Nigerians and japa syndrome be like 5&6…
Hey you, where are you in all of these, Stay or japa? #drmayspeaks
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