By ovibel media
Many times we tend not to identify with our tribe,this makes us to lose our true identity, originality and core values
Identifying with your tribe gives sense of belonging,making you not to be an orphan while still having a father.
Your tribe is your original background,your pride and heritage which are sacrosanct to the existence to every race.
Today in Urhobo Nation,we are losing our identity because we failed to identify with our tribe,we loss our pride,value and true sense of origin.
We find it difficult to speak our language,dress in the Urhobo attires,eat the Urhobo food,play Urhobo music,and worst of all, don’t want to travel to the village and associate with our people,to know the pains of your village and know how you can help in your little way to help advance the livelihood of the people,even when you are financially capable.
Today,we wait for the government to come and develop Urhobo Land,while we have people who are even richer than the state,but hiding from helping the people including the youths.
How can we develop,if we are not ready to help ourselves?
Urhobos must learn to associate and identify with their people in the village,put aside politics and find solutions to issues affecting the people.Those who are financially capable,can pull resources together to help solve the common problem of the people.
Patriotism should start from your people not to the Nation of Nigeria.Start your patriotism from Urhobo Nation,your village, Community and kingdom in Urhobo Land.Many people needs your help and support to climb to next level.
Photo Credit: Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD)
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