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My name is Akinmuda Oluwafemi, presently a 500level medical student of the college of Medicine, university of lagos. October 19 2007, at the age of 15, I alongside Mercy Richards, Yetunde Brown and Henry Akahara‎ represented Nigeria at the House of Commons, London to participate in the world slavery youth debate. We returned back to Nigeria with Gold medals.
An Evidence of good performance and representation of the federal republic of Nigeria. Only Henry Akahara was granted scholarship by the lagos state government under the administration of Governor Raji fashola to study in the UK… he claimed to have been the only one that went for the debate and won the medal and the lagos state government without making further investigations granted him. I remember, the director of the British council called a meeting with we all and our parents to be quiet that in due time we would be called. Till now, nothing. I’m just reminiscing, next year I would be a doctor, do I want to serve this country?Does this country have anything to offer?

Even when you go the extra mile to represent and honour this country at different levels and you still are not appreciated, I ask myself is it worth it being a Nigerian? On second thoughts however, is it just the PDP government that was so selfish and corrupt and won’t recognise an award for excellence from the highest level “The Queen of England Herself” courtesy LORD John Prescott? Is it worth is being a Nigerian??? Google “kemishia Kelly”‎ she was a participant, ever since recognised by Jamaica as a participant. Even wikipedia recognises her. All other people that participated in the debate today are recognised for their excellence and hold strong posts in their various countries.

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And here I am, just reminiscing. I just want all Nigerians to read this, and think of it over and over…‎. So in all I just want this to go public, and let all Nigerians feel my pain, and lookout for this APC administration. Would they prove me wrong about my feeling as a Nigerian? Do they appreciate excellence?? Time would tell…

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