Caging ourselves in disunity or do we need common respect (identifying all and sundry as "us", as shared Nigerians) living happily in alliance? It's our take.
The recent series of bombings by the Boko Haram crew in Nigeria has cast a new layer of lack confidence in to the portfolio of the cynic's mind questioning whether the nation conceived in alliance can survive. I agree to disagree that it cannot. The preceding journeys that our founding fathers had ushered us around, can never be gone despite the fact that it's being distracted by the present. Our future is tied to their sweat, enduring labor. A nation that continue to lives colonialism, and civil war can endure ethnicism, and Boko Haram. The following can help Nigeria continue to live as one single entity: