Nigerian political ideology?
PROPOSAL DOCUMENT FOR CHANGING SHIFTING NIGERIA IDEOLOGY AND POLITICS TO FIRMLY ONE OF ISSUE BASED POLITICS
PROPOSAL DOCUMENT FOR CHANGING SHIFTING NIGERIA IDEOLOGY AND POLITICS TO FIRMLY ONE OF ISSUE BASED POLITICS – UPDATE 1 (06.02.2012)
My people I am not a politician, however it is clear we have
concerns the way democracy is practiced in Nigeria, and we can
either continue criticizing it or come up with bullet point
proposals and examine them until fully thought-out, from
execution to benefits; and then actually execute them.
The current Occupy Nigeria movement is an opportunity to inject
change into the system for the our NEW NIGERIA’s longterm good.
Nigeria political atmosphere can be categorised as this:
Those in favour of:
1. Home grown solutions, bottom up
International, top down solutions
2. Central government
Federal government, State goverment based approach
3. Religion influenced policy of govt,
separation of religion and state matters
4. The recent anti-gay marriage bill, has fully injected itself
into and thus divided us, as for who is
for gay marriage
and who is against, and therefore, reflects family values factor
to the electorate.
5. Holding onto our indigenous cultures, even going back to our
Refining our indigenous ways in light of new knowledge and making our ethnic ways work better for us.
6. Opening our markets (as is now)
closing our markets to international trade, like China did for a while.
All of these translate into bread and butter issues, industry and per capita income, when broken down to the implementation of the ideology.
There may be other issues that can be crystallized from our
thought patterns, but this is a start, and i suggest we improve
on this, and republish for agreement once a week, until we have
an agreement of the NEW NIGERIA ISSUE BASED POLITICS AND
Note: There may already be initiatives or existing documents like
these, if these be the case lets improve or synergise until we
get an even better working document/plan, to ensure thought-out
(Original by Greg Ekhator for delibration & refinement,
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