Nigeria, the giant of Africa. A country blessed with about 200 million intelligent people and a seemingly endless land mass (embedded with grossly untapped resources), is deeply plagued by the monsters of corruption, hunger, gross unemployment and a vast other misfortunes.
This is over 57 years after the first shout of independence was heard, yet, we’re nothing less than bound.
This book bares the angry mind of a young Nigerian, whose thirst for a change led into questioning the status quo, digging depths and compiling what he hopes will go down in history as one of the simplest expressions of the state of the nation.
Feel free to delve in, for herein are voices from the streets.