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Can the North survive from its Problems?

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Even before the storms hit the northern part of the country, if we can do it justice for ourselves, Nigerian and northern extremists in particular have warned us about the possibility of the situation. inside now, and I think we might have refused to listen to them for some reason?

These voices have often provided sound suggestions and steps to be taken to avoid falling into a trap, speeding things up, but then humans can; among the politicians who are more thirsty for power than Nigeria and its people.

And for all rational people, they must not be told that Nigeria has fallen into the trap of the problems they have been following, because no matter what anyone feels.In Nigeria today, the heinous crimes and the laws of the country are crumbling, which, as a rule, is the first to play it, corruption is raging, raging ethnic, her Religion and sectarianism have been the weapon used by the indigenous people to divide the nation. Counterfeit acts, various misdemeanors, drug abuse among teenagers has become a norm.

Alas, now that we’ve come to a state of panic, we have now succeeded in distorting our thinking by listening to the right people from outside, until we are so far away that we don’t hear the call, and we take the snake.

As our teachers Opinions differ on the factors that influence the country’s participation in the present situation. Some take this responsibility to the leaders, considering their responsibilities and responsibilities on the ground.

Even their predictors see politicians getting involved in the crisis because of the problems they face in the field of capitalism, and they have to make every effort to gain power. They say there is still hunger and desire for power or power, with evidence that it will turn them into more powerful than the nationalists.

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Anything that can happen can happen because of the indifference of the Nigerian people. The opinions of some are more likely to be blamed on some of the clergy, because of their importance to society, which does not prevent the manifestation of their failure, by using their knowledge to co-operate with their followers, which instead some of them became dictators of the ruling party, showing how they are sometimes used to divide national heads in the name of religion.

Not all came together, some religious scholars stood by; and hope to raise awareness, emphasizing the importance of patience and tolerance – but it is also said: if too much stress, it does not feel good. The conditions that led to it have broken down and led to the current situation.

At the same time, some feel that traditional rulers are not doing their job as parents of the community, whose situation further exposes their failures, despite their existence. But the thinkers have looked back, seeing that the laws of the country have not made it easy for them to do their job, and you have to throw them out of the way and make us rich.

The one that is said to work in every part of the world, has Nigeria (the north) and its children in mind, we would not have found ourselves in the situation we are in. We are in our country but like immigrants, we have a lot of wealth lying on the ground but in our time of starvation, those holding power have turned their backs on the wealth of the people.

If we look at the past 30 years, we will look at Nigeria’s natural resources and economic growth. According to statistics released by the National Institutes of Health, the Nigeria Agency for Agricultural and Bird Research is one of the most important economic sectors in the world. According to one study, in 1990 God provided about 13,947,000 cattle to Nigeria of that number, Borno State alone has about three million cows, while Bauchi and the former states of Gongola (now Adamawa and Taraba), Kaduna, Niger, Plateu and Sokoto, each have about a million cattle.

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Also, when it comes to sheep and goat farming, the states of Bauchi, Borno, and Kano, have over two million sheep and goats each, followed by Katsina, Gongola, Sokoto, with over one million each. The Benue, Plateau states are at the forefront of pastoral care, at that time each of whom had about 500,000, followed by Gongola and Kaduna with 470,000 and 250,000.

At the same time, Benue State is the leading poultry (at the time), with over 8 million poultry, followed by Ogun, Oyo, Ondo, Anambara and Bendel, with four million chickens each.

In addition, in the wildlife and wildlife resources, Bendel and Benue states lead the more than one million crocodiles each, followed by Bauchi, Plateau, Gongola and Sakkwato, with a population of over one million each.

Also, the study shows how the states of Kano, Akwa-Ibom, and Plateau have surpassed all other states in the country in counseling. Also, Bauchi State is raising more than 500,000 rabbits, compared to the states of Kano, Katsina and Kaduna. 217, 166,000, and 112,000.

By this, is the bill still the same or has it changed, if so, why? And what steps are those burdened by responsibility?And it is common knowledge that every nation is blessed with the effort to preserve the resources God has given her, for she is the proponent of it. The country that lies in wait to be reduced to a third is lost, because one day it loses its owner.

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Sylvester Oputa is an inspirational/motivational speaker. A graduate of Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic Bori (Former Rivers State Polytechnic) where He studied Computer Science. Sylvester Oputa has passion in what ever he is doing especially when it comes to academics which his passion led him to specialize on Software Development (Programming) he is commonly known as 'dCRAZYprogrammer' because of his tactical way of solving problem this has distinguished him from others. Sylvester Oputa is a good leader and he have served in various capacities in school and other organizations. And with God he is achieving more. Sylvester Oputa is hail from Idu-Osobile Community in ONELGA Rivers State.

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