Have We Thrown Moral Rectitude To The Wind?
Permit me to ask this question because recent happenings in the country are indicative of lack of respect for good moral conduct.
*The youths have turned thieves, and even take pride in their stock-in-trade which they tag, 'Yahoo'.
*Drug influenced criminal behaviour taking toll.
*Traders hiking the cost of essential commodities to enable them make outrageous gains.
*Government officials looting public treasury and trying to make such act look official.
*Banditary and kidnappers everywhere.
*Our leaders not yeilding to the demands of the masses.
*Religious leaders failing us.
*Generally, we create an atmosphere of indiscipline.
How do you think this situation can be reversed in the country please?
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