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Maryama Saidu

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- As a child,I remember listening to this song "He never Sleeps" by @donmoen,and singing it out loud with my Dad as he corrects my childish lyrics#shesmiles. The powerful words of this song only gets stronger and meaningful to me as the years go by. I am so thankful to God for His love immeasurable. I am thankful to my Dada@Haruna Saidu for setting the Christlike pace. And overall,I am thankful to Daddy @donmoen for allowing God use you from the time I was a baby up til now. God bless you Sir! Even though,sometimes, my flesh intimates me with fear, I will rest in His love! P.s This song quiets my soul. #Heneversleeps #mysong #iamthankful #peaceisweet #letmethankyouwhileican
- As a child,I remember listening to this song "He never Sleeps" by @donmoen,and singing it out loud with my Dad as he corrects my childish lyrics#shesmiles. The powerful words of this song only gets stronger and meaningful to me as the years go by. I am so thankful to God for His love immeasurable. I am thankful to my Dada@Haruna Saidu for setting the Christlike pace. And overall,I am thankful to Daddy @donmoen for allowing God use you from the time I was a baby up til now. God bless you Sir! Even though,sometimes, my flesh intimates me with fear, I will rest in His love! P.s This song quiets my soul. #Heneversleeps #mysong #iamthankful #peaceisweet #letmethankyouwhileican
- As a child,I remember listening to this song "He never Sleeps" by @donmoen,and singing it out loud with my Dad as he corrects my childish lyrics#shesmiles. The powerful words of this song only gets stronger and meaningful to me as the years go by. I am so thankful to God for His love immeasurable. I am thankful to my Dada@Haruna Saidu for setting the Christlike pace. And overall,I am thankful to Daddy @donmoen for allowing God use you from the time I was a baby up til now. God bless you Sir! Even though,sometimes, my flesh intimates me with fear, I will rest in His love! P.s This song quiets my soul. #Heneversleeps #mysong #iamthankful #peaceisweet #letmethankyouwhileican
- @Regranned from @tonyoelumelu - Letter to the next generation Young African, You are brave, you are resilient. You are savvy, you are entrepreneurial, and unlike the generations that have come before you, you are much hungrier for success. You call your ambition, “your hustle”, and you have several of them because you are tireless and eager to achieve financial independence – no matter how elusive it appears. You are optimistic but you are also anxious. You have seen others toil long and hard for economic security in vain, decades of labour without fruit. Some of your friends may have discussed emigrating with you – legally or illegally, and some may have lost their young lives crossing the Mediterranean in search of a future overseas where their talents are recognized and rewarded. You may even know a few in Libya, unsuspecting victims to the ugly acts of slave trade. A combination of these factors has left you disillusioned and disconnected. You don’t believe in politics. There is no use in getting involved. You have seldom experienced good governance, so you think, “What’s the point?” But despite the gloom, there actually is indeed a point. My generation and the ones before may have failed you, and the infrastructure for success glaringly absent – a persistent darkness in place of electricity, a stifling business environment that discourages enterprise and innovation, debilitating bureaucracy, inaccessible public officials who remain oblivious to your needs, an outdated education system in urgent need of reform– and the list goes on, but, if there’s anyone with the power to transform our continent and reshape our economic and social trajectory, it is YOU. There is formidable power in your intellect and creativity, your talent and ingenuity are rare, and your resolve and determination against all odds, can drive great change. But most importantly, the greatest force is in your numbers. Together, all 600 million of you that are under 30 years old, have the potential to be the most influential bloc on this continent. The indescribable influence that you can collectively wield, I hope that you soon fully understand and hopefully, deploy.
- @Regranned from @tonyoelumelu - Letter to the next generation Young African, You are brave, you are resilient. You are savvy, you are entrepreneurial, and unlike the generations that have come before you, you are much hungrier for success. You call your ambition, “your hustle”, and you have several of them because you are tireless and eager to achieve financial independence – no matter how elusive it appears. You are optimistic but you are also anxious. You have seen others toil long and hard for economic security in vain, decades of labour without fruit. Some of your friends may have discussed emigrating with you – legally or illegally, and some may have lost their young lives crossing the Mediterranean in search of a future overseas where their talents are recognized and rewarded. You may even know a few in Libya, unsuspecting victims to the ugly acts of slave trade. A combination of these factors has left you disillusioned and disconnected. You don’t believe in politics. There is no use in getting involved. You have seldom experienced good governance, so you think, “What’s the point?” But despite the gloom, there actually is indeed a point. My generation and the ones before may have failed you, and the infrastructure for success glaringly absent – a persistent darkness in place of electricity, a stifling business environment that discourages enterprise and innovation, debilitating bureaucracy, inaccessible public officials who remain oblivious to your needs, an outdated education system in urgent need of reform– and the list goes on, but, if there’s anyone with the power to transform our continent and reshape our economic and social trajectory, it is YOU. There is formidable power in your intellect and creativity, your talent and ingenuity are rare, and your resolve and determination against all odds, can drive great change. But most importantly, the greatest force is in your numbers. Together, all 600 million of you that are under 30 years old, have the potential to be the most influential bloc on this continent. The indescribable influence that you can collectively wield, I hope that you soon fully understand and hopefully, deploy.
- @Regranned from @tonyoelumelu - Letter to the next generation Young African, You are brave, you are resilient. You are savvy, you are entrepreneurial, and unlike the generations that have come before you, you are much hungrier for success. You call your ambition, “your hustle”, and you have several of them because you are tireless and eager to achieve financial independence – no matter how elusive it appears. You are optimistic but you are also anxious. You have seen others toil long and hard for economic security in vain, decades of labour without fruit. Some of your friends may have discussed emigrating with you – legally or illegally, and some may have lost their young lives crossing the Mediterranean in search of a future overseas where their talents are recognized and rewarded. You may even know a few in Libya, unsuspecting victims to the ugly acts of slave trade. A combination of these factors has left you disillusioned and disconnected. You don’t believe in politics. There is no use in getting involved. You have seldom experienced good governance, so you think, “What’s the point?” But despite the gloom, there actually is indeed a point. My generation and the ones before may have failed you, and the infrastructure for success glaringly absent – a persistent darkness in place of electricity, a stifling business environment that discourages enterprise and innovation, debilitating bureaucracy, inaccessible public officials who remain oblivious to your needs, an outdated education system in urgent need of reform– and the list goes on, but, if there’s anyone with the power to transform our continent and reshape our economic and social trajectory, it is YOU. There is formidable power in your intellect and creativity, your talent and ingenuity are rare, and your resolve and determination against all odds, can drive great change. But most importantly, the greatest force is in your numbers. Together, all 600 million of you that are under 30 years old, have the potential to be the most influential bloc on this continent. The indescribable influence that you can collectively wield, I hope that you soon fully understand and hopefully, deploy.
- " We the People" have the Power! "I will vote 2019" is a collective responsibility of "We the people" of Federal Republic of Nigeria to wake up and be the change we expect in politicians and political parties. And this can only be achieved with the Power of our votes. It is a movement, aimed at resetting our mindsets that a minority rich do not have the power when "We" are the majority. "We" owe it to ourselves and the generations unborn, to take the right baton of democracy, and if there is no such baton,we make one for ourselves. This movement is to remind us all that our vote is our voice,and for this course,we don't need whispering, we all need to Roar our voter's cards out to the person of our choice. The idea to embark of this re awakening is targeted at disinterested citizens who feel that the situation of the country is beyond repairs, and therefore finalize that their votes Will never change anything. Has that been happening? Yes, Is it true that the country is beyond repairs? No, why? Because as long there is democracy, then all hope is not lost. "The people" make politicians, politicians do not make "the people". Therefore, Let us all be truthful in our makings and create the kinds of leaders that will have the decency to have our best interests at the core of their hearts. Finally, "I will Vote 2019"is saying it is possible to have zero number of " Unheard" registered voters. It is doable and achievable if we vote. For our generation, let us do away with the word "Politics", let us embrace " Democracy"- which is, government of the people, by the people, for the people" - Abraham Lincoln. #iwillvote2019 @feladurotoye @eienigeria @yiaga
- " We the People" have the Power! "I will vote 2019" is a collective responsibility of "We the people" of Federal Republic of Nigeria to wake up and be the change we expect in politicians and political parties. And this can only be achieved with the Power of our votes. It is a movement, aimed at resetting our mindsets that a minority rich do not have the power when "We" are the majority. "We" owe it to ourselves and the generations unborn, to take the right baton of democracy, and if there is no such baton,we make one for ourselves. This movement is to remind us all that our vote is our voice,and for this course,we don't need whispering, we all need to Roar our voter's cards out to the person of our choice. The idea to embark of this re awakening is targeted at disinterested citizens who feel that the situation of the country is beyond repairs, and therefore finalize that their votes Will never change anything. Has that been happening? Yes, Is it true that the country is beyond repairs? No, why? Because as long there is democracy, then all hope is not lost. "The people" make politicians, politicians do not make "the people". Therefore, Let us all be truthful in our makings and create the kinds of leaders that will have the decency to have our best interests at the core of their hearts. Finally, "I will Vote 2019"is saying it is possible to have zero number of " Unheard" registered voters. It is doable and achievable if we vote. For our generation, let us do away with the word "Politics", let us embrace " Democracy"- which is, government of the people, by the people, for the people" - Abraham Lincoln. #iwillvote2019 @feladurotoye @eienigeria @yiaga
- " We the People" have the Power! "I will vote 2019" is a collective responsibility of "We the people" of Federal Republic of Nigeria to wake up and be the change we expect in politicians and political parties. And this can only be achieved with the Power of our votes. It is a movement, aimed at resetting our mindsets that a minority rich do not have the power when "We" are the majority. "We" owe it to ourselves and the generations unborn, to take the right baton of democracy, and if there is no such baton,we make one for ourselves. This movement is to remind us all that our vote is our voice,and for this course,we don't need whispering, we all need to Roar our voter's cards out to the person of our choice. The idea to embark of this re awakening is targeted at disinterested citizens who feel that the situation of the country is beyond repairs, and therefore finalize that their votes Will never change anything. Has that been happening? Yes, Is it true that the country is beyond repairs? No, why? Because as long there is democracy, then all hope is not lost. "The people" make politicians, politicians do not make "the people". Therefore, Let us all be truthful in our makings and create the kinds of leaders that will have the decency to have our best interests at the core of their hearts. Finally, "I will Vote 2019"is saying it is possible to have zero number of " Unheard" registered voters. It is doable and achievable if we vote. For our generation, let us do away with the word "Politics", let us embrace " Democracy"- which is, government of the people, by the people, for the people" - Abraham Lincoln. #iwillvote2019 @feladurotoye @eienigeria @yiaga
- @Regranned from @debolalagos - President Mugabe started out like most African revolutionary leaders; a burning passion for his people, a rallying cry for African independence. But power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. It‘s a cautionary tale for African leaders as we continue to see this flaw exhibited all over the continent. When we say Africa is woke, it’s not just in enterprise and entertainment. There’s a new political market place driven by #AfricasNewTribe, who will bring the new vision and actively work to save the future of their nation at every level. So, it’s not uhuru yet for Zimbabwe, rather it's a very important time to “activate the office of the citizen. It’s time to find leaders with the three Cs of leadership; Competence, Capacity and Character” like Dr. Oby Ezekwesili always says. Leaders who will restore the glory of the country that was the bread basket of Africa, stabilize it with good policies, strong institutions, right team, restore the dignity of the people and protect them with compassion to give beauty for these ashes. May God,who is the voice of the people and true ruler of nations, steer their path right and give them a leader after his heart to heal the land (but the CITIZENS must BE ready WITH their VOTERS CARD and their VOICES #RSVP cc @eienigeria ) Amen. #Zimbabwe #MugabeResigns #Mugabe - #regrann #iwillvote2019@debolalagos.@feladurotoye
- @Regranned from @debolalagos - President Mugabe started out like most African revolutionary leaders; a burning passion for his people, a rallying cry for African independence. But power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. It‘s a cautionary tale for African leaders as we continue to see this flaw exhibited all over the continent. When we say Africa is woke, it’s not just in enterprise and entertainment. There’s a new political market place driven by #AfricasNewTribe, who will bring the new vision and actively work to save the future of their nation at every level. So, it’s not uhuru yet for Zimbabwe, rather it's a very important time to “activate the office of the citizen. It’s time to find leaders with the three Cs of leadership; Competence, Capacity and Character” like Dr. Oby Ezekwesili always says. Leaders who will restore the glory of the country that was the bread basket of Africa, stabilize it with good policies, strong institutions, right team, restore the dignity of the people and protect them with compassion to give beauty for these ashes. May God,who is the voice of the people and true ruler of nations, steer their path right and give them a leader after his heart to heal the land (but the CITIZENS must BE ready WITH their VOTERS CARD and their VOICES #RSVP cc @eienigeria ) Amen. #Zimbabwe #MugabeResigns #Mugabe - #regrann #iwillvote2019@debolalagos.@feladurotoye
- @Regranned from @debolalagos - President Mugabe started out like most African revolutionary leaders; a burning passion for his people, a rallying cry for African independence. But power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. It‘s a cautionary tale for African leaders as we continue to see this flaw exhibited all over the continent. When we say Africa is woke, it’s not just in enterprise and entertainment. There’s a new political market place driven by #AfricasNewTribe, who will bring the new vision and actively work to save the future of their nation at every level. So, it’s not uhuru yet for Zimbabwe, rather it's a very important time to “activate the office of the citizen. It’s time to find leaders with the three Cs of leadership; Competence, Capacity and Character” like Dr. Oby Ezekwesili always says. Leaders who will restore the glory of the country that was the bread basket of Africa, stabilize it with good policies, strong institutions, right team, restore the dignity of the people and protect them with compassion to give beauty for these ashes. May God,who is the voice of the people and true ruler of nations, steer their path right and give them a leader after his heart to heal the land (but the CITIZENS must BE ready WITH their VOTERS CARD and their VOICES #RSVP cc @eienigeria ) Amen. #Zimbabwe #MugabeResigns #Mugabe - #regrann #iwillvote2019@debolalagos.@feladurotoye

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