TO NIGERIA and TO NIGERIANS By Clarkson C. Ikwunze
Ever since the presidential elections were announced, I have read some comments. The one that touched me most is the one Clarkson C. Ikwunze posted on his facebook wall. If you are truly a Nigerian, I believe you need to read it
Our choices may differ but certainly our interests are mutual.
It is peace we seek not parties
It is oneness we seek not fragments
We had fourteen possible routes to achieving all these but now one stares us in the face as THE ONLY ROUTE
Lets not fight it,
Lets not be passive neither indifferent.
Do not sit back and say:
”Let me see how this change happens”
Nay, for by so doing you are already a stumbling block to the change that so approaches.
Have we made the right choice?
I can not categorically say Yes…
One thing is certain, only TIME has an answer to this question and until that answer comes we must all work together in our heart with the incoming government as though the answer to the above question were a YES
If you never said CHANGE before now say CHANGE, it is not in any way a sign of weakness rather it isDo not take back your prayers for the Government when the elect is sworn in, we are instructed by the Bible to pray for those in Government, this instruction is irrespective of religious or ethnic biasis so that we may all live in a peaceable manner going about our various enterprises./pullquote]an evidence of true patrotism.
Party or No Party CHANGE is INEVITABLE
No man owns this nation, NIGERIA is OUR OWN.
Do not take back your prayers for the Government when the elect is sworn in, we are instructed by the Bible to pray for those in Government, this instruction is irrespective of religious or ethnic biasis so that we may all live in a peaceable manner going about our various enterprises.
Its time to move on great people
No matter what happens along the line be optimistic trusting the Almighty God in whose BIG HANDS we all rest.
Finally My prayer for us all:
May God grant us the serenity to accept the things we cannot change;
courage to change the things that we can;
and wisdom to know the
To the out going president:
Sir, your leadership ‘might’ not have been the best but your maturity in this last minutes of service is one that leaves us all speechless–We are Proud of you.
If you had nothing at all to show for in all your years of service, this one last display of maturity will forever have your memories deeply inscribed in the annals of History as one who believed in the peoples choice and the course of peace more than he believed in anything else.
Democrat, Goodluck Jonathan,
We celebrate You.
To the President Elect:
Nothing more but Congratulations to the General Muhammadu Buhari, we pray Gods lasting peace by all means through out your years of service, God Help You.
We are THE CHANGE!
…peace on us all not as the world giveth
Clarkson C. Ikwunze