and it’s really difficult to understand the reason or reasons why this is so.

is it an inability to help ?
is it a lack of the capability .. the capacity .. the ability .. to help ?
is it a lack of the willingness .. the wish .. the desire .. to help ?

or

is that the component tribes that altogether make up
the socio-political entity i.e
the geo-economic entity that
is today DECEMBER 2021 known as
the Federal Republic of Nigeria
are
essentially a wicked and heartless people ?

in effect,
are
🟢 the Ibos / Igbos
🟢 the Ikwerres
🟢 the Ibibios
🟢 the Kalabaris
🟢 the Ijaws / Izons
🟢 the Efiks?
🟢 etc
essentially a wicked and heartless people ?

are
🟢 the Yorubas
🟢 the Binis / Edos
🟢 the Urhobos
🟢 the Ijaws / Izons
🟢 the Itshekiris?
🟢 etc
essentially a wicked and heartless people ?

are
🟢 the Igalas
🟢 the Idomas
🟢 the Tivs
🟢 the Jukuns
🟢 the Nupes
🟢 etc
essentially a wicked and heartless people ?

are
🟢 the Hausas
🟢 the Kanuris
🟢 the Fulanis
🟢 etc
essentially a wicked and heartless people ?  

me, personally, i believe that
every tribe has it’s own share of all manners of people
and that
despite that reality,
however,
by and large,
the Nigeria tribes are essentially a decent and generally pleasant peoples
.

if the perception is correct that
any entity / every entity is made up of it’s component units
and that
the overall status / state of wholesomeness of any entity whatsoever
is a derivative function of
the cumulative state i.e aggregate state of wholesomeness of
it’s individual component units

the inference and conclusion?
would be that
since
by and large

the component Nigeria tribes are essentially
a decent and generally pleasant peoples

then
the wholistic entity defined / identified as
Nigeria and/or the Nigeria nation
should also, automatically be, a decent and pleasant entity.

if the logic there is correct,
if the analogy there is correct,
if the analysis there is correct,

then
how does it arise ?
and
how is it ?
that

the perception? of Nigeria? and/or the Nigeria Nation? is ?
according to rumours
a perception of a country / nation that
does NOT really HELP many? of it’s gifted peoples

.. abroad or at home ..
TALK LESS OF
defending,
protecting and
providing for
many? of it’s ordinary  peoples
.. either abroad or at home.

let’s take a look at this stuff.

[1] 🟥 THERE IS NO BLACK AFRICA COUNTRY i.e NEGRO AFRICA COUNTRY
THAT
MANUFACTURES CARS / VEHICLES
FROM MATERIALS 100% LOCALLY SOURCED IN
THAT COUNTRY ( OR IN BLACK AFRICA )

DESPITE THE ABUNDANCE IN NEGRO AFRICA OF
ALL THE NECESSARY RAW MATERIALS
FOR CAR / VEHICLE PRODICTION.

let’s leave this starting point / starting premise and move along.
O.K.
moving along from that starting premise / starting point,
according to rumours
there is a gentleman in Nigeria that manufactures vehicles
as a private sector ( i.e non-govermental ) business venture.

some rumours say what he does is to
actually import the parts of the vehicle and couple them together
to make up the vehicle.

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria.

[ by the way,
that’s what
PAN – PEUGEOT AUTOMOBILE OF NIGERIA
– was doing
with
?the 504 saloon,
?the 504 station wagon,
?the 505 saloon,
?the 505 station wagon
series
back in the day in the 1970s and 1980s,
wasn’t it ? ]

[ and also by the way,
that’s what VON – VOLKSWAGEN OF NIGERIA
{ NOT VOICE OF NIGERIA media house }
– was doing
with
?the Beetle,
?the Passat,
?the Rio,
?the Audi,
?the Kombi i.e “Danfo” bus
series
back in the day in the 1970s and 1980s,
wasn’t it ? ]

the name of the vehicle is INNOSON.

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria

now, the point is this,
if INNOSON MOTORS is
either
ASSEMBLING
or
MANUFACTURING FROM SCRATCH
a motor vehicle or motor vehicles
right here is Nigeria

Innoson Bus. Made in Nigeria

how come Nigeria
has not
.. at least to the general knowledge of the ordinary Nigerian on the streets and in the villages ..

given INNOSSON MOTORS
some sort of support of the type that was given to PEUGEOT
by sort of purchasing
the INNOSSON MOTOR VEHICLE
for use by
various
Federal Government of Nigeria parastatals, ministries, agencies and departments ?

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria

and for that matter,
how come the various 36 state governments of Nigeria
have not
.. at least to the general knowledge of the ordinary Nigerian on the streets and in the villages ..

given INNOSSON MOTORS
some sort of support of the type that was given to PEUGEOT
by sort of purchasing
the INNOSSON MOTOR VEHICLE
for use by
various
States Government of Nigeria  ministries, agencies and departments ?

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria

i guess the point can be made without dragging or flogging the issue.
so, let’s look at it like this.

now and again, there have been rumours of
the Nigeria Senate
( .. or is it the Nigeria House of Representatives .. )
buying vehicles for Nigeria Senate members
( .. or is it for Nigeria House of Representatives members )

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/headlines/195022-exclusive-despite-cash-crunch-nigerian-senate-illegally-buying-n4-7billion-exotic-cars-for-saraki-other-senators.html

http://saharareporters.com/2016/04/17/nigerian-senate-buys-108-toyota-landcruisers-twice-original-price

https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2019/09/19/senate-why-we-are-buying-n5-5bn-cars-for-legislators/

https://guardian.ng/life/nigerians-react-to-news-that-senators-get-new-cars/

according to the rumours,
virtually all of these vehicles were
made in Japan? or China?
or somewhere? outside Nigeria? and outside Negro Africa ?

it is a guess that
if someone had remembered INNOSON MOTORS
when such decisions were taken

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria

and
either some or all of those vehicles were
purchased from INNOSON MOTORS, NIGERIA

Innoson Motor Vehicle. Made in Nigeria

it would have been
✅✅ support of tangible value
for INNOSON MOTORS

✅✅ support of tangible value
for VEHICLE MANUFACTURING IN NIGERIA
( and for VEHICLE MANUFACTURING IN BLACK AFRICA )

✅✅ support of tangible value
for the NIGERIA ECONOMY
( and by extension also for the BLACK AFRICA ECONOMY )


[ TO BE CONTINUED IN (2) ]

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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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