Mavin Star Dija Says Change Will Come To Nigeria Only When Nigerians Shun Ethnic Disregards

Nigerian musician and mother of one Dija, has said that the change required to take Nigeria to its desired state will only come when Nigerians begin to see themselves as one and not give into the ethnic slurs and divide which she said politicians have fed on for a long time.

Dija shared this message on social media to educate the entire public on the importance of togetherness in the country. According to Dija, if Nigerians do not change our tribalistic mindset in this country, nothing will change and politicians will continue to disappoint us.

See her elaborate post on unity below

I can understand the anger in the country. I can understand the disappointment most are feeling. I can understand the pain WE ALL feel when you just want things to work, but I cannot understand tribalism and insults in regards to personal life, personal religion and personal choice. Most of us are born into what we now know. THIS ISN’T EVEN AN INSULT compared to the ones I get on the daily based on being Hausa, (you don’t want to see my DMs 🙈) but it serves a purpose for today. I did not destroy our country. WE ALL DID BY ALLOWING IGNORANCE TO PREVAIL. Tomorrow we will insult someone for being Yoruba; the next day on being Igbo; another day on being Idoma and so on. Keep in mind HORRIBLE/BAD POLITICIANS FEED AND THRIVE OFF A DIVIDED PEOPLE. We cannot expect the government to fix problems when we can’t fix US! You want change?! Then it is time you begin to change your mindset. SURPRISE YOURSELVES and come together regardless of your differences. It is the only technique we haven’t tried yet. It is only then can we be the change we are looking for! This is why MUSIC is my life because it surpasses all these man made divisions. Don’t be part of the system. Live above it and watch Nigeria become NIGERIA. I will forever be proud of who I am, where I am from and what I am on my way to become and YOU SHOULD TOO.

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Source – NET


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