A nation of 42 states with each of them generating at least $10bn in wealth annually
 A country accounting for 50% of global animal feed production with cassava and yam serving as the two main ingredients
 A country that has emerged as the world’s largest chocolate producer
 A health service that served as the world’s undisputed leader of tropical medicine
 All of the countries’ 774 local government areas were linked up by a double gauge railway network. There were then 12 high speed railway lines linking the major commercial centres
 A nation that accounts for 10% of global manufacturing. This included automobiles, aircraft, railway carriages, TV sets, fridge-freezers, washing machines, laptop computers, mobile phones, etc
 A very green nation in which less than 10% of the public used cars. Trains, buses and bicycles were the most common form of transport. The country was littered with green open spaces
 A nation that is a maritime power with six shipbuilding yards along its Atlantic coastline
 A nation with a 95% literacy rate. Each one of its 774 local government areas had one university, polytechnic or technical college
 A nation at ease with itself where ethnic group, gender, religion, sexual orientation or place of birth played no role in how you are treated.
No industrialised nation ever developed without a revolution to sweep away the old order. You simply cannot falsify history, so take it as a given that the Nigerian revolution is inevitable.
Once it is done, we can then launch the most ambitious national development programme in the history of mankind. Taking 90m people out of extreme poverty is the kind of stuff legends are made of. Even the likes of Jesus Christ and Mohammed could not achieve that but we will!
The future is bright: The future is Nigerian