The problems that led to the collapse of the First Republic (1963-1966) have continued to bedevil governance in Nigeria. These problems among others are; corruption, poverty, nepotism, tribalism, indiscipline, impunity, ignorance, disease, mediocrity and sycophancy. The political class has not learnt any lessons as the collapse of the Second Republic (1979-1983) was also related to the problems listed above. The long years of Military rule failed to tackle these problems even though they were the very reasons given for the overthrow of the democratically elected government. The Third Republic (1993) collapsed following the annulment of the June 12th 1993 Presidential election. The Military again overthrew the Interim Government and ruled the country until 29th May 1999. It is 15 years since the return to civil rule. Regrettably, the problems of the First Republic are very much with us. As a first step, Nigerians of voting age must obtain Voters cards to enable them elect credible Leaders at all levels of government during the forthcoming general election in February 2015. The time for action is now. We can no longer seat on the fence.