A collection of essays and expositions about Nigeria; about what creates fear simply knowing that they are still prevalent in our country. It is a call-out of both latent and obvious wrongs that can be found in our socio-political and economic space.
In it you will find out why unity for our country is actually a mirage, why we should be focusing on more important values that are generally acceptable (other than unity). Pressing questions that need urgent answers are raised; on whether we can actually work out our greatness, whether there are lessons to glean from the passing generation of leaders and if the next generation of leaders can really do better.
Issues that are neglected as nothing are also highlighted, things that can go a long way if only we would pay attention to more minute details of nation building.
There is also a comparison between the spiritual values and background of America and those of Nigeria. Is our churchgoing and mosque thronging not enough to achieve our greatness? The book answers a tough question on why we are so religious yet backward as a nation.
It can be heart-wrenching that Nigeria is a nation where natural and universal laws don't hold sway.
The book is Pro-Nigeria without prejudice to any individual, groups, organizations, tribe, religion, states or party.