Freedom Of Speech: Everyone Has Voice But Money Is The Volume


Of all the fundamental rights of every citizens in Nigeria, freedom of speech is what baffled me most. Sometime ago, i thought Nigerians' masses do not have voice, but i have come to realized that, WE ALL HAVE VOICE; BUT MONEY IS THE VOLUME That will make our voice to be heard. If you don't have money your voice is soundless, hence, the higher the amount of money you have, the higher volume of your voice and vice versa. some people express their freedom of speech to themself alone, some to family members, some to friends, some on social media, some to to their leaders, some to younger/older people, some to the world. It's either heard or heard only to a certain levels or go unheard (all depending on your account balance). this is a country we leave in. I weep for Nigeria... This is why only the rich make decision for the masses... YOU HAVE A VOICE?? WHAT ABOUT THE VOLUME??

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