it’s just simple common sense really, anyway, Beyonce eefeh artuh nm.

but then as a teacher in a boys secondary school at Igbobi, Yaba, Lagos State, Yoruba-land Nigeria used to say way back in the day :

common sense is so common that it is no longer common.

i guess, also, as the boys who passed under/through the tutelage of that teacher found out with much shock and consternation as they grew older and went into life in different parts of the world found :

common sense is not common at all

and

many people around the world
including the entire range from powerful, influential, wealthy people through to the flotsam and jetsam of humanity
don’t have it at all or evince the existence of it in any way at in their modus operandi.

i mean, Beyonce babe,

FIRST : for a very long time now i.e for a number of years now, Nigeria residents
from Southern Nigerian through Middle-Belt Nigeria to Northern Nigeria have been lamenting that the NAIRA 200 and the NAIRA 100 notes are hardly available in circulation for every day use and are in most instances no where to be seen

SECOND : when the NAIRA 200 and NAIRA 100 notes are seen at all, they are for the most part in a shabby, tattered, torn, un-sightly, dis-shevelled, and smelly state.

so it’s simple common sense really, Beyonce ornyeh artuh nm, isn’t it ?

after-all, there was a ruler of Nigeria called PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO. not so ?
Beyonce baby, this gentleman had ruled Nigeria previously in his younger days as MILITARY HEAD OF STATE OF NIGERIA and as the troughs and crests of life would have it regarding his own life and destiny, he had at a later stage in life been imprisoned and thereafter released from prison to become CIVILIAN DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA.

babe, let’s leave the lessons of no condition is permanent in this life and others that can be drawn by example from his life and take a look at what his administration did circa 2006? / 2007? when he had become Civilian Democratically Elected President Of Nigeria  and it was the lamentation across Nigeria that :

● the NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes were hardly available in circulation for every day use and are in most instances no where to be seen

● when the NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes were seen at all, they were for the most part in a shabby, tattered, torn, un-sightly, dis-shevelled, and smelly state

what his administration did was to :

█ transform the NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes
from PAPER PAPERS to POLYMER NOTES thus making them more durable and longer lasting

█ release the new POLYMER NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes all over Nigeria

with the results that :

●the previously virtually absent NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes  now became available everywhere in an improved, better, longer lasting form

and

● the scenario of “no change” which had been an issue across Nigeria was thus adequately addressed.

so, since there is already a superb example that can be copied and adapted to resolve the issue, Nigeria, given that :

→→ the NAIRA 200 and the NAIRA 100 notes are hardly available in circulation for every day use and are in most instances no where to be seen

→→ when the NAIRA 200 and NAIRA 100 notes are seen at all, they are for the most part in a shabby, tattered, torn, un-sightly, dis-shevelled, and smelly state

should

(a) transform the NAIRA 200 and the NAIRA 100 notes from PAPER PAPERS to POLYMER NOTES thus making them more durable and longer lasting

(b) release the new POLYMER NAIRA 50, NAIRA 20, NAIRA 10 and the NAIRA 5 notes all over Nigeria

Beyonce ormaahleechar nm, one gets the feeling that this is not Advanced Algebra nor A-levels Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics
but
plain, simple, old, ordinary every day common sense.

all the same, you know, Beyonce nmaah nm, one may still be wrong.

yeah.
so tell me, Beyonce fine babe, what do you make of it ?
yeah, tell me, Beyonce ormaahleechar baybee, what do you feel on and about this one ?

[ P.S : by the way, Bey nkeh nm, A-levels is a term from back when Nigeria ran an education system based on the United Kingdom / Britain structure of O-Levels and A-levels.
O-Level = Ordinary Level
A-Level = Advanced Level ]

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Samuel Ojekwe is essentially just your basic everyday fellow that you see in your neighbourhood while you go about doing your stuff and who, like you, wishes and hopes that the world becomes a better place for all of us.

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