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Imo state governorship aspirant decamps from APC due to Rochas Okorocha’s corruption.

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Imo state has become the most repugnant eastern state in just one regime. An APC candidate Jerry Chukwueke, who seeks to run for the governor of the state has strangely dumped the party. The governorship aspirant expressed that the people will no longer accept a system whereby one person runs the state. (I wonder what he means by that though).

Mr Jerry Chukwueke announced his resignation in Owerri. He however avoided mentioning the new political party he would be decamping to, as he would be making the move to a new one to continue with his aspirations to become a governor of the state.

He said “the party in the state has not only lost focus but has turned out to be a disgrace which bothers so much on the inability of the governor of the state, Rochas Okorocha to revive the economy and improve the wellbeing of the people of the state, as well as lack of financial probity.

“Imo state has not published its financial statement since 2015 and we have no answer to the assessment of the financial wellbeing of Imo state”

He added that, “We need to know how much we have and how it is spent.”

He said “because of lack of financial transparency, Imo economy has nosedive,” arguing that, “no private establishment will bring their businesses where they are uncomfortable with the government policies.”

My Opinion:

I wonder what this whole thing has to do with leaving the party. He clearly has a problem with not only the incumbent governor, but the party he represents. But for heat it is worth, I like that some is challenging the brother of the Minister of happiness. Someone has got to take the happiness of the people to the next level. And I think that can happen only when you take the Governor away from the governor house.

Source: Daily post Nigeria

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IBB tells Buhari to step down in 2019 for digital leadership

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Ex-Military President, Ibrahim Babangida has done what all Northerners dread doing. Asking a  President Buhari not to seek re-election in 2019. The obsession the Northerners have for leadership, has made it even harder to believe that  he actually said this.

He urged Buhari to complete his first term and allow a new generation of leaders to take control of the affairs of the nation. He gave the advice in a statement issued in Abuja on Sunday through his media aide, Prince Kassim Afegbua.

“In the fullness of our present realities, we need to cooperate with President Muhammadu Buhari to complete his term of office on May 29th, 2019 and collectively prepare the way for new generation leaders to assume the mantle of leadership of the country.

While offering this advice, I speak as a stakeholder, former president, concerned Nigerian and a patriot who desires to see new paradigms in our shared commitment to get this country running. .

While saying this also, I do not intend to deny President Buhari his inalienable right to vote and be voted for, but there comes a time in the life of a nation, when personal ambition should not override national interest,” Bababgida stated.

Babangida in the statement issued on his behalf by his spokesman, Prince Kassim Afegbua particularly lamented the flow of blood in the country saying that it was a thing of irony that the country that himself and other Nigerians fought to keep together is daily being drawn to the seems by the flow of blood across the land.

He added that: “In 2019 and beyond, we should come to a national consensus that we need new breed leadership with requisite capacity to manage our diversities and jump-start a process of launching the country on the super highway of technology-driven leadership in line with the dynamics of modern governance. .

It is short of saying enough of this analogue system. Let’s give way for digital leadership orientation with all the trappings of consultative, constructive, communicative, interactive and utility-driven approach where everyone has a role to play in the process of enthroning accountability and transparency in governance”.

MY OPINION:

He is definitely right. These leaders are analog and old, they should let the digital and young ones try it out. They keep saying the young ones can’t do it, because they  can’t stand seeing the young do it and do it better than they have ever done. How can you know we can’t do when we have not tried. They believe that when they tell us that we can’t, then we will believe them, because that is the only time they have to change our minds on the issue, because ones it is tried, they have no way of turning back the hands of time.  The young generation will do it. We can lead and we will prove all if you wrong.

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“APC HAS FAILED NIGERIANS ” Melaye 

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Active Singer and restless APC member Senator Dino Melaye, has called out his own party for failing  Nigerians that they have promised otherwise, even as they agitate to remain in Aso Rock, for the coming Election. Unlike his fellow party mate who have refused to call a spade a spade for the fear of favour, and to act in accordance with the president’s wishes, Sent Dino has spoken out without fear.

According to Vanguardngr, the senator spoke after he was conferred with the Legislator of the Year 2017 by Daily Asset Newspaper in Abuja.

He said: “The APC government has become Public Complaint Commission. We have more complains in the APC and even in the Presidency than service rendered. We cannot as a people continue like this. The President said two days ago we should all embrace peace but I want to say without fear or favour that there can be no peace without justice. There is hunger in the land, there is poverty in the land, and there is unemployment in the land. 

A lot of decision has not been taken; yet we say we want peace. The primary objective of government is the security and welfare of the people. There is no security, there is no welfare.
Nigeria is not only sick presently but equally suffers from regretful congenital abnormality. There is therefore a serious need for amelioration, palliation and correction. .

Democracy will continue to be government of the people by the people for the people but what we have today is greedocracy which is government of the greedy by the greedy and for the greedy.
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I delivered a lecture recently at the University of Lagos and some students from very wealthy homes, two of them said they didn’t care who the president of the country is and that it was none of their business because their parents were rich.

I said to them that when the poor have nothing to eat, they will start eating the rich. A time will come when it will be difficult to drive your expensive cars on the streets. .

There was no kidnapping before, and kidnapping is seen as the redistribution of both ill-gotten and legitimate wealth. People now take from the rich and appropriate to themselves” 

It is a good thing he noticed. We all have noticed, even other Countries have noticed. But the problem here is: what can we do about it?

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Balling State: Cross River budgets N18bn for aircraft, ferry sea bus, helicopter, even as poverty ravage it masses.

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With a misplaced priority by every stage of governance of the entire Country, and Nigeria beating India, to have  the highest rate of poverty stricken masses, Cross River state government has budgets eighteen billion naira (N18bn) for the purchase of aircraft, ferry sea bus and helicopter in 2018. The break down of the money was said to be as follows:

Dredging of the Bakassi deep sea port was to consume N15, 000, 000 while N87, 707, 589, 500 is for feasibility study, soil investigations and design of the Bakassi deep sea port.

These were contained in the report of the Finance and Appropriation Committee of the Cross River State of Assembly signed by Rt Hon Eteng Jonah Williams.

The committee said, “N124, 929, 773, 500 was provided for capital expenditure. Out of this, N87, 707, 589, 500 was for feasibility study, soil investigation and design of the Bakassi deep sea port.

“Dredging of the deep sea port will take N15, 000, 000 while N6, 000, 000, 000, N7, 000, 000, 000 and N5, 000, 000, 000 are for procurement of ferry sea bus, aircraft and helicopter respectively”.

The committee however, warned that provisions proposed for projects in all MDAs should be approved by the State House of Assembly.

In a Country Where three square meal has become luxury, you plan to buy all that for the state? What immediate need will it solve for the people who voted you in? You see the issue here? It is a disease that has eaten deep into everyone in this Country.

Source: Daily post Nigeria

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Buhari’s has not made any progress against corruption, and this is why — Atiku

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Attention seeking Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, and one of the Presidency aspirant 2019,  on Friday said the Nigerian government’s war against corruption will not be won by “sentiments” and “media trials”.

He said attention should rather shift to “the facts.”

“We must try to identify why, though we have been ostensibly fighting corruption for the past few years, Transparency International, the official global anti-corruption monitoring agency, has not increased our Corruption Perception Index rating,” Mr. Abubakar said while picking the Silverbird’s 2017 man of the year award in Lagos Friday.

In what appears a direct smack on the Buhari administration, Mr. Abubakar noted that in terms of corruption war, “The last time we made progress was in 2014.”

His comments came days afterTransparency International announced in its new report that Nigeria’s corruption perception worsened between 2016 and 2017, driving a wedge between the Buhari administration and its critics.

Nigeria ranked 148 out of 180 countries evaluated in 2017, dropping 12 positions from 2016.

The presidency rejected the findings as a “fiction”, with Mr. Buhari’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, saying those who know “where Nigeria was coming from would not believe that corruption is worse under the Buhari administration.”

The Buhari administration has been criticised for its anti-corruption tactics, especially over how corruption cases that are under investigation often find their way into the newspapers.

The government is also accused of allowing its own corrupt officials and cronies of the administration escape prosecution.

Mr. Abubakar said Transparency International’s results showed that corruption is still endemic in Nigeria and would require concerted efforts to combat.

“Not to belabour the point, but we have to kill the snake of corruption that swallows the commonwealth that should lift our people up from poverty,” Mr. Abubakar said.

“Whether that snake is in a JAMB Office or any other government office, we must kill it or it will kill us,” Mr. Abubakar added in a reference to recent corruption allegations at the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board.

Mr. Abubakar, who has said he would run for president in 2019, said corruption could condemn more Nigerians to poverty which could worsen crime rate if not urgently addressed.

“This month of February 2018, according to the World Poverty Clock, Nigeria has just overtaken India as the world’s capital of extreme poverty. There are more extremely poor people in Nigeria than there are in India, a country that has six times Nigeria’s population.

“When people do not have jobs and the means to start a business are beyond their reach, they are incrementally much more likely to engage in criminal behaviours like terrorism, kidnapping, militancy and armed robbery,” Mr. Abubakar said.

Source: Premium times Nigeria

My Opinion:

I strongly agree with this last paragraph. He might not be my favourite guy, but he is being sincere. I hope he remains this sincere when it is his name on the papers. This is how they try to make us believe that they are looking out for us, but when they get to Aso rock, the case is different. President buhari has not only brought poverty on his people, he has brought the killings, given extreme confidence to his Fulani herdsmen Sect to go to every nook and cranny of this nation to terrorise land owners. You have disappointed yourself, and that doesn’t mean Nigerians see Atiku in anyway better, until he proves himself.

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“Let’s settle out of court” Patience Jonathan begs EFCC .

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The most haunted and clearly most ambitious Former First Lady, Patience Jonathan has come out to asked for out-of-court settlement with EFCC, Vanguardngr reports.

In a January 30, 2018 letter, titled “Proposal for out-of-Court Settlement of all cases related to Dame (Mrs.) Ibifaka Patience Jonathan,” she told the EFCC of her intention to settle the matter out of the court. .

The letter, written by her counsel, Chief Ifedayo Adedipe (SAN), is being considered by the EFCC. The letter read in part: “We believe that an amicable settlement will be in the best interest of both your commission and our client. .

We assure you of our utmost commitment and sincerity of purpose in this connection, and we solicit your cooperation in this regard. Please, accept the assurances of our warm regards.” .

Her letter followed the mind burgling discovery by the EFCC on how she had a huge stash of dollar deposits in Skye and First banks, while trying to lavish a huge part of the deposit.
Her letter came as EFCC stumbled on more startling information on how she piled up dollar deposits in Skye and First banks, including how she lavished part of the money. .
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According to TheNation, she blew thousands of dollars at highbrow stores in various capitals of the world. The cash came from $11.8m, which EFCC said 31 individuals and companies paid into her two domiciliary accounts. .
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The accounts, which are Skye Bank (2110001712) and First Bank (2022648664) had “questionable deposits” between 2013 and 2017. The Skye Bank account had about $7.5m lodged in it. Detectives found $4.m in the second account with First Bank. .
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The ex-First Lady allegedly spent the cash at TFS stores, Selfridges, John Lewis, Kingsgate, Sainsbury’s, Harrods, Marks and Spencer, Dolce and Gabbana, and Gina. She went on a shopping spree in expensive outlets in the United States, Britain, Germany, Hong Kong, UAE, Italy and China. .
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The highest shopping was at Goyard Beijing in Beijing CN on January 28, 2014 where sh shelled out $28,388.72. On the same day at Hulian Xinguang Beijing CN, she blew $13, 069.68 on some luxury items.

Source: Instablog

You see the kind of guts these corrupt leaders have? The fact that the EFCC is even considering it, is completely unbelievable. How is there even an option to solve this issue? This is just a court case, and nothing else. They know she is saying this because they have found another evidence against her. I hope they (EFCC) don’t accept that, because it is crazy to even think it.

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Minister of Communication, Shittu, wears Buhari’s 2nd term campaign cap to the Federal Executive Council meeting.

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Just when you thought you have see my all, Minister of Communication, Shittu, wears Buhari’s 2nd term campaign cap to the Federal Executive Council meeting . This is in fact the reason why no one in this country should try to side with any politician, in this times. They have their own personal gains and selfish reasons, but we have another four years to consider the  another regret , while they go ahead to settle themselves with our money.

This time around, we have seen everything, as an adult in Nigeria, especially this time when the country is about to walk into another election time. We are to take care not to shoot ourselves in the foot for another four years. This country is not a lab for people to come and try out things that even a baby knows is  never going  to work in the system.

But by the way, who would have thought that buhari’s campaign  cap would be out already by this time? This man just recovered from sickness. Was he going through all these and till making plans for his second tenure, when the first one feels this way? This means that the era of boot licking, has officially begun. These are the things that are hard to stand during election season in Nigeria. #notagain.

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Aisha Buhari happily reposts video of Sen. Misau criticizing her husband.

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Aisha Buhari seems to equally have the same feelings as Nigerian towards her husband. He has failed us, and it is clear to the world.

She is not here to belong to the other room. The girl power muscle is going places, and we are here for it.

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Mr. Donald Duke indicates interest in running for 2019 presidential election.

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Former governor of Cross River State, Mr. Donald Duke, has said that he will contest for the presidency in the 2019 general elections.

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Donald Duke

Mr. Duke, who declared his interest for the plum job at the 3rd Mike Omotosho Annual Lecture titled, “Millennials as Protagonists in Nation Building,” on Sunday night in Abuja, promised to kick-start the process at the right circumstances.

Nigerians are generally impressed with the development, because it was initially a dreaded time for most Nigerians, who believed that they were doomed to have only Buhari and Atiku as only candidates.

Voters registration has risen ever since the former governor declares his intentions. He has given hope to do the hopeless, following his impeccable work while being a Governor to Cross River State.

Donald was the one who single handedly fixed Calabar to what it is today. A hub of tourism that pulls people from far and wide every Christmas time, which is fast becoming the Nigerian Christmas traditional routine.

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Ben Murray Bruce has a piece of Advice for President Buhari.

A message to Buhari
A message to Buhari
A message to Buhari

A message to Buhari from Ben Murray Bruce.

“Dear President Buhari, Nigerian Artists are doing Nigeria proud. A new year idea.The next time you are going to the U.K or the U.S, or any western nation,take a couple of them like @official2baba,@wizkidayo and @iam_davido with you and introduce them as cultural ambassador.”

The CEO of silver bird television and rythym FM, Ben Murray Bruce,has raised a critical topic to the President of Federal Republic of Nigeria. Since the politicians who are suppose to make the Country proud, and take it to another level, are the same ones bringing us so much shame and regret. While the artist are Doing so much in making the Country look good in the eyes of the world. Which has increased the influx of curious tourist into the Country just to find out what makes Nigeria so special, what is the reason why it’s name is called in every topic raised all around the world.

The MD has therefore asked the president of Nigeria (Buhari) to take these guys along when next he is traveling out if the Country, since he and his fellow politicians have no way of making the Country as proud as the entertainment wing of the Country.

This might look like the typical joking nature of Nigerians speaking through Ben, but it us actually a very realistic speech ever. These politicians have brought Nigeria  and Nigerians nothing but shame and more pain, taking the money that should be used for the fixing of the Country, and sharing it with their family.

They live the flamboyant life, while the poor and their children are eating sand and stones, dying prematurely because they Gabe their trust to the wrong set of people.

If you are reading this and you have not gone to register for your voters card, then you are wrong. Please go to the nearest INEC office, they are there for every single problem you have with your voters card. Be it that to have left the state you registered in 2015, or you have lost or damaged it, what ever the case maybe, go to the Inec office and rectify it. Equip yourself and get ready for 2019. Let us take away the bad egg of this country from being in charge of our money, using it to upgrade their family, while we the voters are simply wallowing in poverty and death and eating regret every single day.

Please go get your voters card, it is ending on the 31st of this month. We need everyone’s contribution to make our voices heard. We can’t so this without you our fellow compatriot. Please go out and register and get your voters card please.

A message to Buhari
A message to Buhari

Please,, Go and get it. We are the sufferers of these series of bad decisions of the government in our Country over these decades. Fighting won’t be an option, and it has never been. Your sword at this point, is your card. Don’t tell me that you can’t make a difference, we are the power. We are the ones who put them there, we are the POWER, and we are stronger and more in number than these politicians put together. Say no to their crumbs, say no to garri, one thousand, and little rice that they hand out to change you decision. This is not about a party, because they are all the same individuals from 40 years ago, still coming back to do the very same thing they did.

You gibe power to these politicians, not the other way round, so in 2019, we will take back the power we have given to these people forever.

#2019isforthemasses, #2019isours

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The people of Imo state commence changing the names on Buhari related Landmarks.

IMO people retrace their steps

The IMO people have shown great level of steadfastness for a long period of time. They and Abia state have been so unlucky with a long stream of selfish and  non developing Governors.

While they were all deceived by the then newly formed political party APC in 2015, which they were said to have accepted completely, thinking the

IMO people retrace their steps
IMO people retrace their steps

y were going to for the very first time, have a new life in the state, being that the Governor (Rochas), is an APC candidate.

The had everything named after the new president Buhari, they had parties thrown in celebration, while the people of IMO state cheered on from the background, with the hope that their backstabbing act on her he rest of their tribesmen, was going to get them what they needed. But fast forward to 2017, and nothing is looking different except for the ridiculous acts of the Governor.

IMO people retrace their steps
IMO people retrace their steps

Ranging from making big random statue of African leaders for no impressive or impeccable  reason. The Governor undertook tasks without the fear of impunity. As if that wasn’t enough, he went on to appoint his sister the ‘minister of happiness’.

A title that was likely going to be heard in animated movies. While people waited to see if the President was going to say something to end the child’s play, he turned his face away, with the mindset that if Rochas who is supposed to be a half Igbo man, is coming down on his people at such speed and intensity, then who is he Buhari, to correct him.

IMO people retrace their steps
IMO people retrace their steps

The series of disappointment the people of the East, most especially IMO and Abia have suffered in the hands of their very own Governors, has been the very reason an average igbo man  is considered ‘selfish’. He knows that the possibility of his brother being bought over by the enemies, is very high, so trades with caution.

The people of IMO state have given almost four years to this Wolf in Sheep clothing party APC, and it is even more glaring that this is not going to be any different from the parties Nigeria has had since Independence, so they started changing all the State’s landmarks that had Buhari’s name on them during their bootlicking days.

IMO people retrace their steps
IMO people retrace their steps

This decision might not get them what they wanted, but it will leave them feeling a little more satisfied that they have ceased the bootlicking, and are no longer expecting anything from anyone.

Nigeria’s bad governance is not a new topic to the Country itself, and the world at large. But when we know that a thing or person is bad for us, and we insist on it just for our selfish reasons, then we will all live to experience the result of it all. Be a one sided man or woman. Don’t be on a fence trying to please both parties involved, it is evil.

IMO people retrace their steps
IMO people retrace their steps

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” I will remain a good friend to Ndi Igbo”- President Buhari

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President Muhammadu Buhari has described the rumors that he’s against the Igbo people as lies. He denied it, saying he will remain a friend to Ndigbo,” According to Punch news.

President Buhari said this at a special empowerment programme for widows at Ebonyi State, organised by the Chinedu Ogah Foundation, where he was represented by the Executive Director in charge of Administration/Training, Nigeria Television Authority, Steve Egbo.

He said if he hated the Igbo people, he would not have picked Chuba Okadigbo as his running mate in 2003. He said:

All these accusations, permutations are all lies calculated to create bad feelings of Igbo people.

I will remain a friend to Ndi’Igbo. I recall that in 2002, I invited the late Ikemba Chukwuemeka Ojukwu to my hometown of Daura. We discussed about the unity and indivisibility of Nigeria.

In 2003, I picked Dr. Chuba Okadigbo as my running mate in that year’s presidential election. If I hated Nd’Igbo, I wouldn’t have done that.

In 2017, the Federal Government under my leadership commenced work on the Second Niger Bridge following its abandonment by the previous governments all these years.

We hope that this doesn’t succeed in becoming a fact to some light minded individual in whom, people’s hope have been placed upon. Politicians never get transparently truthful.

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The Federal Government of Nigeria declares 3-day public holiday for Christmas and New Year.

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President Buhari has declared Monday, Dec. 25,  and Tuesday, Dec. 26 2017 and Monday, Jan. 1, 2018 as public holidays for the Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year celebrations respectively.

The Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulralman Dambazau, made the declaration on behalf of government through a statement issued on Wednesday by the Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Mr Abubakar Magaji.

Dambazau urged the Christian faithfuls to use the period for sober reflection  and pray for continued growth and development of the country.

The minister also called on Nigerians to   maintain the country’s peace and unity through out the festive period.

The minister urged all citizens, both at home and abroad, to support the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari in its determination to improve the living standard of the people.

Christmas holiday declared
Christmas holiday declared

Normally in Nigeria, festive period brings mixed feelings. Festivity and fright. People celebrate with the mindset of a possible attack on gathered Christians in church or on the street.

Even though the president announced that he is doing all that he possible can, to improve the living standard of the citizens of Nigeria. The people would love to know if soldiers have been placed in strategic places (check points) especially in the Northern part of the Country where festivity suicide bombing has been reoccurring over the years. Christians in the North will feel better knowing that they are being looked out for. Merry Christmas in Advance everyone.

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