Niger Delta Students Show Massive Support For Akpabio And "Fainted" NDDC Boss, Pondei.
By ChristLiveth | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 373 views
Niger Delta students show massive support for Akpabio and "fainted" NDDC boss, Pondei.
It seems we're even crying more than the bereaved. While Nigerians are still asking for accountability from the managers of Niger Delta, the youths of same region was Pictured in a protest asking Nigerians to leave their leaders alone.
This are people who has been evidently shortchanged from the people they are defending. How can we come out openly to defend leaders who has confessed of misappropriating funds meant for their own well-being and development.
Could this be the reason why Nigeria as a country would never develope? What do you say to this guys or are we now crying more than the bereaved. Well I wish them well in their peaceful protest... I don't blame them, I blame hunger. One day this ones will come out and be shouting leaders of tomorrow.
Father forgive them because they don't know what they're doing.
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