Kenya is ahead of Nigeria in all respects (Facts Don't Lie)

I am saddened by the continuing action of some of my compatriots to always participate in social media struggle with fellow Africans, most particularly our brothers and sisters from Ghana and Kenya. It is even unfortunate that, despite the reality that we (as a nation) have more revenue, potential and possibilities, these Nigerian teenagers love to abuse on social media are doing better than our possibly excellent nation in nearly every domain.
If Nigerians are not conscious of the superiority (in terms of living) of other Africans over us, I will need to teach them using Kenya as a case study.
While Nigerians are always proud of the self-titled "African Giant" rhetoric, facts on the floor are evident.
Although we produce more income than Kenya, which is 70% owing to the gift of nature under our soil(Petrodollars), Nigerians still lag far behind in fundamental stuff compared to the East African giant.
According to 2015 World Health Organization information, Nigeria's male and female life expectancy is 52 years and 56 years respectively, meaning an average Nigerian is anticipated to die before he / she turns 60.
Meanwhile, Kenyan's male and female expectancy is 61 and 66 years respectively.
Similarly, while Nigeria has the 10th largest infant mortality rate in the globe with an average of 72 fatalities per 1,000 births, Kenya's infant mortality rate is ranked 52nd in the globe with an average of 32 Deaths for 1,000 births.
This implies that giving birth in Kenya is safer than in Nigeria, and an average Kenyan residing in Kenya is anticipated to live longer than an average Nigerian residing in Nigeria.
Although Nigeria has more tourism potential than Kenya, Kenya is one of East Africa's holiday destinations of choice.
While Nigeria managed to rake $601 million as a Tourism Receipt(Revenue) in 2014, Kenya pulled $1.833 billion in the same year.
Nigeria can't even boast of a national carrier while Kenya Airways, Kenya's national carrier boasts 45 aircraft in its 4,000-strong fleet.
Furthermore, Kenya Airways is known to be one of the best in Africa.
Kenya is Mobile Money's leader in Africa. Nigeria is still struggling to get it right in the ICT industry with bad infrastructure, lack of authority, lack of political will, and fantastic corruption.
Nigeria is currently experiencing recession in its economy, one would expect Nigerians to shun frivolity and seek methods to transform the recession into prosperity instead of spending productive hours battling our African brethren over irrelevances.
Why would one who ration his / her phone battery life owing to epileptic energy still spend the battery life of his / her generator abussing someone in Nairobi who is neither rationing his / her phone battery life nor rationing his / her phone battery life?
Not depending on the power generation set? There is no trophy or reward for fighting social media, Nigerians should stop sending the incorrect picture to the globe that our greatness resides in social media wars. Nigeria is a great nation with potential, full of great prospects, but we can never be great if we don't channel our time and resources to solve our country.

For the wise, a term should be enough...

 May God bless all of us and bless Nigeria



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