By Kelechi Okorie
November 11, 2016

It is understandable calling Nigeria a Zoo is a credit, quite certain animals in a zoo are well taken good care of, unlike the precarious British amusement park called Nigeria where graduates are seen as left over roaming around without a job. Yet, dubious political bourgeoisie are busy expatriating millions of dollars in their various foreign accounts without any remorse or atom of pity to invest it in Nigeria in order to reduce high rate of unemployment. Despite, unprecedented stress students undergo coupled with huge amount of money extorted from them on campuses by both lecturers and government itself, and forced compulsory 1 year "National Service", graduates are left roaming the street everyday in search of unavailable jobs.

Nigeria is not worth serving; deceptive creation of NYSC has not in any form yielded any positive result since inception (1973) till date. The scheme was fraudulently formed in a bid to penetrate the heart of living Biafrans that lost their loved ones in guised of reconstruction, reconciliation and rebuilding of the country after the Biafra-Nigeria War by the modern day genocidist, Yakubu Gowon; the killer of more than 5 million Biafrans including aged women, and children.

Killing of Biafran youths nowadays has become worst in Buhari’s led government; freedom of expressions are been frowned at, and expressors are locked behind bars with concocted, baseless and frivolous charges without fair hearing and regard to constitionality. Illegal detention of Nnamdi Kanu; leader of Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB/ Director of Radio Biafra, and Femi Fani Kayode; former Aviation Minister respectively, showed Buhari’s desperation to silence any voice of reasoning disseminating the truth about his brutal regime.

NYSC can never close Nigeria’s gap of the unfortunate antecedents in religious intolerance, hatred and bigotry. State sponsored terrorism and inhuman degradation of opposition voices showcases Buhari’s totalitarian led regime to the international community. And thinking of using NYSC to feign unity and national cohesion is only a hallucination.

It is well known that Nigeria politicians are the architect of the misfortune without remedy in the contraption. Nigeria’s high rate of unemployment is interwoven with its government because of lack of forensic investment planning. Political rhetoric by the ruling party during presidential campaign to pay # 5000 stipends to unemployed graduates seem to have been erased from their manifesto.

The fraudulent creation of NYSC was a programme by the ruling class to siphon money that could have been used to create jobs for unemployed graduates who are today roaming aimlessly in search for an unavailable job after graduation, and a 1 year compulsory national service.

Editor/Publisher: Chinwe Korie


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