Ehimika Ehimigbai

CORRUPTION DISSOLUTION by Ehimika Ehimigbai Emmanuel a former corper at Enugu EN/11C/1624

Corruption Dissolution

I have a dream, this must become real
That one day, Nigeria will be sealed
From any form of corruption and its deal
Corruption dissolution in Africa with Nigeria taking the lead

This is a voice of a Nigerian making an appeal
Let us stop corruption, its nothing but a fools meal
It kills integrity, its destiny is nil
This is a bill to pay, for us to climb the revolution hill

Let us till our ground off corruption
Before it kills this good nation
Let us fade-out corrupt people with no exemption
Bestow and fill our systems with people having the right sense of vision

Enough of this sweet poison
Corruption is big vanity
Never be cynical, but a confident person
Stop corruption by dissolution for our purity.

If we can, then we're out of the chain
If we can, then we can say we overcame
If we can, our true liberty we can proclaim
Yes, we can and corruption will char in flame.

Submitted: Friday, March 15, 2013


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Ehimika Ehimigbai Emmanuel is a didactic poet and also a pastor who is passionate about youths-welfare so they can develope a better character towards nation building. He is a Nigerian and can be reached with these contacts

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