Hubpile Logo Sign In on Hubpile.com   Hubpile on Facebook Hubpile on Facebook  

Home > Politics & Governance

Towards 2019 General Elections: Shouldn't Nigerians Be Asking For Divine Rule Instead of Military or Para-Military Civilian Rule

Posted By: Nigeria Voting Voices          In: Politics & Governance          53 Views         (Oct 08, 2018)


 Towards 2019 General Elections: Shouldn

Shortly after Nigeria got her independence from the British Colonial Rule, the Military took over the affairs of governance in Nigeria. Ever since that period, Nigerians have hardly witnessed true political or Economic independence.

 

As a result of the gross underdevelopment, corruption, favoritism, nepotism and red-tapism that follows the continued dominance of Military men and officers in the rulership or governance of Nigeria; many Nigerians sacrificed their peace, comfort or safety to speak to the power of their days.

 

In various instances, the Military decided to allow the Civilians to chose who rule over them, but hardly wait for their return back to power. Finally in 1999, the Military stepped aside to allow for a democratic government. As you would suspect, the Military only gave a short leech, ensuring that the new President was one of theirs - a former Military General Olusegun Obansanjo. Ever since then, Nigeria has been ruled at the Federal and State Governments by ex-servicemen. The question is, has the Military really left Aso Rock (government) for their barracks?

 

Today, Nigeria is ruled (instead of led) by a Rtd. Major General, who also intends to seek re-election, even though some claim is around 80 years of age. The major opposition party in the country recently chose a Rtd. Customs Comptroller (another uniform man) as their Presidential Candidate. The question is, aside the Military and Para-Military, isn't any other sector or sphere capable of providing the needed leadership for Nigerians?

 

While Nigeria has witnessed Military Rule, Civilian Rule; isn't time for Nigeria to witness a Divine Rule. According to the Bible, there is indeed God in heaven, who rules over the affairs of men. Isn't it time for Nigeria to submit to God's rule. Oftentimes, Nigerians say that it is God that set up leaders; hence, anyone who shoots down other people to get into power, claims it is God who puts him their. While God indeed raises leaders and brings down leaders; is it not time for Nigerians to actually ask God to show them whom He had chosen for them?

 

It is important we seek the Lord's will before we choose party delegates, who must then choose whom the Lord has shown us. That is the way to enthrone men and women that God indeed has set up. We cannot continue to buy votes, rig elections and still claim it was God who set men and women over us - at best, He could simply have given us over to reprobate minds to do things (vote to politicians) which aren't convenient (pleasant).

 

Any people with reprobate minds must say their experiences are determined by God - no, but by their own actions and inactions. If God must reign and rule in the affairs of men,then, we must seek to know His will (choice) and do them - even when we don't know why!

 

I rest my case!

 

 

 

Source: [CentreNDL]







Tags:      Towards 2019 General Elections  Shouldn't Nigerians  Be Asking For A Divine Rule  Military or Para-Military  Civilian Rule 

This Article Contains 547 Words * Time to read: 2.74 mins

Did You Find This Article Helpful?
Towards 2019 General Elections: Shouldn
About the Blogger
 Nigeria Voting Voices
Nigeria Voting Voices


Nigeria Voting Voices on Facebook Nigeria Voting Voices on TwitterNigeria Voting Voices on Google+Nigeria Voting Voices BlogSend Email to Nigeria Voting Voices

While every voter's vote must count during elections; we stand for every voter's voice must be heard by governments during governance.

What Do You Think About This Article? Share Your Comment
Related Posts
Posts by Voices of Nigerian Voters

Latest Posts
Full Audio: Rotimi Amaechi Secret Tape On Buhari

Pardon Me If I Say President Buhari Needs Rest

General Elections: How Old Will President Muhammadu Buhari Be in 2023 If Elected President of Nigeria in 2019?

Towards 2019 General Elections: Shouldn't Nigerians Be Asking For Divine Rule Instead of Military or Para-Military Civilian Rule

Towards 2019 Graduation: How Has President Buhari Performed In His Almost 4 Years At The University of Aso Villa?

Towards 2019 General Elections: What Nigerians Must Know About Women In Politics

2019 General Elections: Is The Presidency Involved In Vote Buying Business in Nigeria?

Popular Posts
Is Nigeria's Leader Leading Now From London?

Medical Tourism: Was Mrs Aisha Buhari Right To Threaten Public Office Holders in Nigeria?

How Pulse Rates President Buhari's 22 Ministers, Two Years After

President Buhari Runs to Synagougue Prophet T.B Joshua for Healing Deliverance

President Muhammadu Buhari And The Melodrama: When Will This Change Begin?

Orji Kalu: How Obasanjo crippled my business empire over 3rd Term Ambition

Pardon Me If I Say President Buhari Needs Rest

Categories
Politics & Governance
Electoral System
Fight Against Corruption
National Debate
Social
Facebook:


Twitter:





Newsletter Subscription

Tag Cloud
2019 General Elections  Nigerians  Blunt Amaechi Speaks About Buhari Administration  Rotimi Amaechi Secret Tape On Buhari General Elections The University of Aso Villa  President Buhari  FG  Victim of External Influences in Elections  Second Term Orji Kalu Be Asking For A Divine Rule   Weak animals  Now That United States  Civilian Rule  Buhari Campaign DG  Buhari  Wife of President Buhari President Buhari Runs to Synagougue Prophet T.B Joshua for Healing Delivera  China  Nigeria Elections 3rd Term Ambition If Elected   When Will This Change Begin  2019 

Voices of Nigerian Voters

Our goal is to help the government and the voters to connect on major issues affecting Nigeria and the Nigerians

Blog | About Us | Contact Us | Pricing | Terms & Conditions | Privacy | Features | Shop

Namecheap.com
Voices of Nigerian Voters on Facebook Hubpile on TwitterVoices of Nigerian Voters on Google+Voices of Nigerian Voters BlogSend Email to Voices of Nigerian Voters

Address:
Law School Rd. , Bwari, Nigeria

Mobile:
07033823104
Copyright © 2016 - 2019 Hubpile.com. All rights reserved

Voices of Nigerian Voters Was Created by Gboyega Adedeji