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Blogging the change we want to see

I’ve heard it a whole lot of times. Way too many, you may say, for my 15 years. And I still continue to hear it. Come to think of it, I absolutely agree with it. Nigeria is not something to write home about.

As amusing, confusing or stupid as this may sound, there are still some elements of this entity that remain pure. And as amusing, confusing or stupid as THIS may sound, the undesirable elements can still be changed.

Its all about all of us being the change we wish to see.

In this blog, I do away with the bad and the ugly, the good will be good enough. More good will come out of the little good we have and eventually we would have so much goo that there will be no bad and ugly.

We all just have to mobilize ourselves. If we want to see change we have to be the change we want to see. It all starts from us. Move forward to a better future for Nigeria, look forward to a better future for Nigeria and I assure you a better future for Nigeria.


About Chidumaga Orji

Core Afro-modernist.


7 thoughts on “Blogging the change we want to see

  1. Chidumaga. This is a great start x

    Posted by Princess | April 30, 2011, 11:12 am
  2. Maga ! Well done bro. 🙂

    Posted by ope | December 20, 2011, 2:47 pm
  3. This might be famz….doesnt matter…point is…this is all VERY good! (Y)

    Posted by Somto Uyanna | December 24, 2011, 10:08 pm
  4. This is really good!..Well Done:))

    Posted by Anita☀Osiagwu☑ (@_Anita_Ox) | December 31, 2011, 6:09 pm

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