Distrust, Action, and Inaction

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The Kano State Government has reverted to the N18,000 minimum wage for workers in the state, in these times of inflation, economic recession, insecurity among other several challenges.
The action of the State  Government is a reflection of the poor state of finances of several state governments in the country and also an indication that workers have real cause to worry and pray.
Interestingly, good leaders must either intend to produce good results or viable legacies.
Is this possible in the present dispensation, considering the scheme of things. Nigerians express great doubts. 
Making promises than what political office holders can deliver is just one of the many tragic mistakes of the people's representatives.
The crux of the matter is that for Nigerians and the Government at all levels, trust is at a deficit.
Sadly, in the last five years or thereabout, the country is not better off as it was in 2014 in terms of development-particularly investment, health, and education, although the forces of evil remain unperturbed.
Surprisingly, in the middle of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, the Government sees nothing wrong in the crowd at the National Identity Management Commission [NIMC] offices nationwide. Obviously,  the National Identity Number(NIN) is more important to the Government than the preservation of human lives.


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