They Will Insist They Are Different, But – WITTY THOUGHT WITH KEN HENSHAW

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This is a column by Ken Henshaw, Executive Director of We The People. WITTY THOUGHT is a brisk review of situations in Nigeria with intent to revive social consciousness.

They will insist they are different, but remember, they made the promises together, they worked together, they failed Nigerians together.

NOTE: Opinions expressed in this article are strictly attributable to the author, Ken Henshaw and do not represent the opinion of CrossRiverWatch or any other organization the author works for/with.

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