Reports that the national power grid has collapsed for the 6th time in 7 months is alarming. Once again, many Nigerians have been left grope around in darkness without electricity.
Such negative parameters are not only benchmarks for governance failure but a compelling catalyst for leadership change.
Moreover, in a nation where many go the bed hungry, and national bakers going on strike is indicative of the high-stress level in both the productive realm of our economy and quality of life.
Also, for bread, one of the basic and affordable daily sustenance of the average Nigerian to become unavailable translates to a national crisis.
Government must live up to its statutory responsibilities to avert socio-economic incidents that induce extreme shock and stress on the national population.