micheal udenyi

Rookie (14 april / Authopedic hosp.Enugu)

Thats my nation


I am a Nigerian
and i live in Niger area
i am proud of my country
because they have got a new direction

Nigeria is my nation
a nation with determination
all we need is multivation
in order to move the motion

Our youths have aspiration
our children have inspiration
infact other nations have the conviction
that Nigeria would become the greatest nation

The youths are now following instructions
and our adults now says don't mention
because we now have a new intention
the only problem is how to make it function

W e have got determination
doubled with aspiration, inspiration and perspiration
we do not want any obstruction
neither do we want an objection

Our new intention
has no need for rejection
all we need is multivation
to introduce our new invention

there is no need for me to question
because thats my nation
and i am happy they have thier notion
to put into action

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2008

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