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Questions I ask myself, WHY?
  1. Why do Nigerians prefer to call their nation Naija when plotting fraudulent acts?
  2. Why do we refer to people by their ethnic nationality when we want to say something foul about them?
  3.  Why are we so ignorant about other regions, religions and cultures?
  4. What exactly is the dividing line between “sharpness” and corruption?
  5. With the vast arable land available within the country why do we still import food?
  6.  If we all live under a $1 a day, how come almost everyone has a blackberry?
  7. Why do we follow American practices (Central Bank, left hand drive) when we were colonized by the British?
  8. We are surrounded and bordered by water, so why do we struggle to get clean water?
  9. How come Nigeria has the best cars but no good roads to drive them on?
  10.  Why do we Export Crude oil and import petrol, kerosene, diesel, etc?
  11.  If banks are not affiliated to trees why do they have branches?
  12. Is entrepreneurial education really working as a tool to reduce unemployment?
  13. Does university education in Nigeria really do much in preparing students for the world out there or is it actually a waste of time?
  14. Does the Nigerian president always have to be Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa (bearing in mind the circumstances surrounding Goodluck’s entry into office)?
  15. Considering that the people who have being ruling us have been the same set of people, are our youths and children actually the leaders of tomorrow?
  16. Why don’t Nigerians patronize goods ‘made in Nigeria’?
  17. Are the functions of a blackberry worth being addicted to it, or is the craze for it just overrated?
  18. Why do new governments always start with new projects, while disregarding existing ones that could not be completed by their predecessors?
  19. Are okada riders more of a nuisance than assistance, or is it the other way around?
  20. Is amnesty for Boko Haram the way forward?

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This article was first published on 28th April 2013 and updated on May 3rd, 2013 at 11:29 pm

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