Let There be Light in Nigeria - The Nigerian Million March

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Let There be Light in Nigeria - The Nigerian Million March

Postby 1mmmproject » Fri Jul 01, 2011 6:36 am

Are you happy with the lack of electricity in our nation today????
OF COURSE NOT!!!
Then, come on out and express your discontentment,anguish,frustration against our corrupt political leaders. Let there be light in Nigeria project - The Nigerian Million March coming on OCTOBER 24th 2011.Lack of electricity causes Poverty, Unemployment, Armed Robbery,Lack of infrastructure,Lack of quality education,Lack of good health, and many more. For more information on this historic march ,visit the project web site at and register to march.Enough is Enough, don't just sit there and do nothing! THIS IS A CALL TO ACTION. :x
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Postby Richard Akindele » Fri Jul 01, 2011 10:34 pm

I agree with you. Nigerians need to march. Peaceful marches is something that is rare in Nigeria.

Mostly, Nigerians just accept the status quo. Meanwhile, politician after politician makes all kinds of promises during election campaigns, but never deliver on those promises.

The only time protests ever occur, is when Northerners riot. Unfortunately, that does not make any contribution toward reforming the nation. Instead, it contributes toward it's continued degradation.

If a million Nigerians can get out there and march, demanding stable power supply in Nigeria, that might catch the attention of president Jonathan as to what the people really want.
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Postby fw12 » Fri Jul 01, 2011 10:45 pm

I think Jonathan Goodluck's administration has demonstrated seriousness toward building power generation stations.

Country---------Population-----------Electricity
Nigeria----------150 million-----------4,000 megawatts
South Africa----47 million------------40,000 megawatts
Brazil------------200 million-----------100,000 megawatts

So, Nigeria being a nation of more than 150 million people, generates roughly 4,000 megawatts of electricity.

South Africa generates 40,000 megawatts for its 47million inhabitants.

Brazil’s 200 million people enjoy a whopping 100,000 megawatts of power generation.

Wow! Nigeria has a huge catching to do.
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Let There be Light in Nigeria - The Nigerian Million March

Postby 1mmmproject » Fri Jul 01, 2011 11:39 pm

We are tired of our leader's so called "seriousness". All we want is execution and deliveries on contracts awarded to resolve this problem. That is the measure,...action and not words!

That said, we Nigerians need to stand up and confront our leaders to peacefully march and express our anguish and discontent against our leaders.This is the premise of the Let there be light in Nigeria project- The Nigerian Million March (october 24th 2011)
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The so called leaders are raping our nation.We need to wake up and start holding somebody responsible instead of being collectively docile and anemic.
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