In a bid to compel the government to do what it is elected to do which is improving the standard of living of Nigerians, ensuring the maximum security of the citizens of the country, development of infrastructures, and the availability of job offers for graduates, a notable human rights activist who is also an advocate for good governance, Mrs. Aisha Yesufu has come out recently to enlighten Nigerians on the need to make demands from their leaders.
Aisha who has always expressed her undying hope that Nigeria will later become a great country if only our leaders could be able to change their mindset and start doing the job which they were elected into office to do rather than enriching themselves secretly, has taken to her official Twitter handle to state that the government will never be able to make their subordinates their top priority if they aren't disciplined by them (the people). The activist made it clear that Nigerians will continue to be seen as a collection of thumbprints (votes) to be utilized once every four years if they refuse or ignore to do the needful.
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