Fighting for secession is saying, “let me go”, “I want to be free”, “ I want to do things my own way”, etc. It clearly points to the fact that the agitator is not satisfied with the status quo, he wants better.
The intimidating height of unaccountability and opacity that enshrouds our seeming democracy brings to bear the large gulf between political manifestoes and what is delivered while in office. If you do not know, then take a break now, go to the following website (http://www.proshareng.com>reports) scan through the document you find there, before continuing this reading. Having done that, you will be sure to agree with me that we should stop voting mere manifestoes because they cannot solve our problems.
It is not the electoral manifesto that matters; it is the actions when in office that counts and Nigerians have lost faith in the ability of our elected office holders and representatives. Nigerians have continually been hoodwinked by the first (the manifesto), only to witness a complete lack of the second.
Today, we continue to look at the role of hope in our doings as Nigerians.
In the present world, as seemingly unacceptable as many Americans and other parts of the globe find the Trump administration; Americans still identify with the 'American Hope' unleashed by Trump.