In course of my interaction and campaign for more impressive Nigerian’s involvement in leadership and governance of the country, I have met more resistance and had the hardest of encounters with the female folks. For their male counterpart, it is another.
And like I said in one of my articles a few days ago, titled; Where are Nigerian Women?, your involvement in activities relating to governance and leadership of the country is appalling and seriously disturbing.
It is not enough to appear lovely dressed in those regalia and beautiful designers you love. You can wear fabulous make ups and you look like the queen of the world. All is nothing, if all is not well with Nigeria. Beauty can only show better, when there is peace. In the absence, what happens?
Should we fail to do the needful, your concealer, foundation, eye lashes, finger paintings and all that may be far out of your reach.
Or what account of involvement will you give to the younger ones on the effort made by you and your generation to better the lots of your people and country? Is it by keeping quiet?
I know you’re are disappointed and sad. I know you may not be interested in politics and our tradition might have made you choose the back seat.
I am not here to canvass you to join, but, participate and be a part of the decision making process and we would be good for it.
You are beautiful, I must say. Know that you have a voice and you must lend it to issues that matter to humanity, and particularly Nigeria. Until you do that, we may be in for this for so long.
I love you. Be patriotic and let’s #StandWith9ja