“It doesn’t take much strength to pull a trigger, but try getting up every morning, day after day and work for a living. Let’s see him try that! Then we will see who’s the real tough guy. The working man is the tough guy.”
Not the criminal.
You’d think they are tough until they are apprehended. Just recently, we heard the story of a fake tough guy involved in kidnapping who was arrested. The “tough guy” became a soft guy and cried for help. That’s the moment everyone sees these “tough guys” ain’t built like that.
We’re not trying to taunt him and his cohorts (even though he taunted us, the people who aren’t popping bottles in the club). We’re simply saying we know the real tough guys: the go-getters, the dream chasers, the young Nigerians who won’t stop thriving to be the best they can be.
We know the real tough guys. The Prodians who put services ahead of temporal success; the community of young Nigerians who assert that business can be done right and go ahead to place the customer at the centre of business.
We know the real tough guys: the company that offers you a lifestyle you can’t resist even though they have to sacrifice to do it.
PRODA is the home of tough guys. The working man is the tough guy.