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75% Of Nigerians Are Currently Not Happy With The State Of Things – Okorocha



There's Nothing Like Igbo Presidency - Okorocha
Former Imo State Governor and Senator Representing Imo State West, Rochas Okorocha has said during a recent event that he can confidently state that 75% of Nigerians are currently not happy with the current state of things in the country.  Rochas Okorocha

Okorocha said this while hosting a group of physically challenged persons who visited him at his Unity House office in Abuja.
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”Nothing productive can come out of this percentage of the populace who do not daily find joy in the scheme of things in the country.
I will confidently say that over 75% of Nigerians are not happy, if Nigerians are not happy, nothing productive can come out of this large number of the populace”.
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Speaking further, Okorocha said;
”It is no longer the moment for us to criticize, or to make abuses because that has not helped us, if abuses and anger would have helped the nation, I am sure by now we would have fixed it.
We must change our style as a nation and imbibe the spirit of brotherhood; prayer; love, because it is the greatest instrument we can deploy at this moment we’ve found ourselves. We need sacrifice deeply rooted in love and with that I believe that a new Nigeria will definitely emerge.
There's Nothing Like Igbo Presidency - OkorochaMy message to the nation is that we must never give up on our nation called Nigeria, yes things are not okay with our nation; yes we have challenges, but we must never give up on this nation called Nigeria.
I believe a new Nigeria will soon evolve, so we must never give up on Nigeria, but rather pray for this nation.
There is a lot of killing and blood-letting and crisis, I believe that God hears the prayers of the poor; the needy; the blind and the cripple much more than anyone, so let’s use the opportunity to pray for the nation.”


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