Sanusi Lamido Sanusi II, the former Emir of Kano, has remarked that Nigerians take too much rubbish from politicians and has urged the populace not to be frightened by them.
Sanusi claims that if the politicians are not held accountable, future generations might not have a nation to call their own.
The majority of Nigerians not entering politics does not make them less than others, according to Sanusi, a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), who also noted that Nigerians tend to stay in their comfort zones because of fear.
In a now-viral video, the technocrat said: “We cannot be intimidated by someone just because they are a president or governor, and we cannot correct them when they are in error.
“We picked out various components. I could have either been president or a governor if I had entered politics, at least given the Nigerian population’s access to the presidency.
“The fact that I opt out of politics does not make me a lesser human being. As Nigerians, we all need to learn this.
“We all live in our comfort zones out of fear and take too much rubbish.
“By the time these guys are done with us, our kids won’t have a country to call home.
“If you are not involved in politics, you must keep those who are accountable in order to restore our nation and ensure that our children get the future they deserve.
“You can’t be comfortable and feel normal in a distortional environment.
“And for the young people, do not fail. This is your country, this is your future. Help us build this country for you.”
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