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Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 12:41am On Dec 30, 2012
Jonathan: Attitude not corruption Nigeria’s challenge

Posted By pmnews On December 29, 2012 @ 7:25 pm In National,News,Today's Headlines | 10 Comments[b]

President Goodluck Jonathan claimed today that Nigeria’s biggest challenge to good governance is not corruption, but the attitude of Nigerians.[/b]

Jonathan submitted this theory today in Yenagoa during a flowery tribute that he paid his former national security adviser, General Andrew Owoye Azazi, at Azazi’s burial.


President Jonathan stressed the need for attitudinal change among Nigerians for things to work and the country make progress.

His remark was provoked by the comment made by the Rt. Rev. Hyacinth Egbebo, the Catholic Bishop of Bomadi, who attributed the cause of accidents on Nigerian roads to bad roads created by corruption in government.

The president rejected the submission and instead retorted, “If Nigerians would change their attitude, you will realise that most of these issues being attributed to corruption are not caused by corruption.

“Recently, I met with officials of the Federal Road Safety Corps who told me that they had discovered that majority of the road accidents are recorded on good roads.

“So you can see it is not a matter of corruption, it is an issue of the people’s attitude.’’


http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2012/12/29/jonathan-attitude-not-corruption-nigerias-challenge/print/#comments_controls

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 12:46am On Dec 30, 2012
If you think this man is really not daft, the red highlight clearly pronounced his daftness. This man is worse than a kindergarten school kid This joker shouldn't be a supermarket shop keeper talk less the president of any country...

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Ikengawo: 12:47am On Dec 30, 2012
He's 100% right. People use corruption as a scapegoat because they're too lazy to think when in reality it's the mentality of the people and attitude that's holding the country back. America is very corrupt. What we call bribes here as called Lobby's in the US and Lobbyists (Bribers) get offices in Washington DC and websites. They pay politicians to do what they want the politicians to do and pay the media to do their own bidding, but the country functions. Everything from inflated contracts to cronyism and ballot manipulation, is in the US openly


the difference is if you pass a law in the US people follow it and whom ever's duty it is to enforce it will enforce it.
If you build a good road in Nigeria people use it to speed. The police hired to enforce it will sleep on he job, and if someone gets in trouble for breaking a law they act like the government is oppressing them.

Most accidents in Nigeria happen on good roads. The only thing stopping Nigerians from going top speed in their cars at all times are potholes.
Nigerians need a new civic culture.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 12:48am On Dec 30, 2012
Now we know the reason why this useless man is not fighting corruption. You can not fight what you believe is not any kind of problem...

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 12:53am On Dec 30, 2012
Ikengawo: He's 100% right. People use corruption as a scapegoat because they're too lazy to think when in reality it's the mentality of the people and attitude that's holding the country back. America is very corrupt. What we call bribes here as called Lobby's in the US and Lobbyists (Bribers) get offices in Washington DC and websites. They pay politicians to do what they want the politicians to do and pay the media to do their own bidding, but the country functions. Everything from inflated contracts to cronyism and ballot manipulation, is in the US openly


the difference is if you pass a law in the US people follow it and whom ever's duty it is to enforce it will enforce it.
If you build a good road in Nigeria people use it to speed. The police hired to enforce it will sleep on he job, and if someone gets in trouble for breaking a law they act like the government is oppressing them.

Most accidents in Nigeria happen on good roads. The only thing stopping Nigerians from going top speed in their cars at all times are potholes.
Nigerians need a new civic culture.






Is this the reason why he's ignoring Benin Ore road and many federal roads in Nigeria?


BTW, you illiterate.


Lobby: a group of persons engaged in lobbying especially as representatives of a particular interest group


Bribe: money or favor given or promised in order to influence the judgment or conduct of a person in a position of trust.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Ikengawo: 12:53am On Dec 30, 2012
Something as simple as forming a line in Nigeria will turn into a fight and people will push themselves and fight to get on a bus that everyone is boarding anyways and is going to leave at the same time and go to the same place whether they're first or not.

People, instead of hiring labor and helping unemployment, will find a 7 year old in their village and make them work for free

People, instead of hiring a graduated professional will hire their incompetent brother or nephew who doesn't take his job seriously
You will give people a good road and they'll drive the opposite of traffic

You will give a community an oil pipeline and they'll drill holes in it, blowing themselves up and polluting their community for the next 100 years.

People worship the rich and treat the poor as less than human even when they themselves are poor.

If you ask a nigerian about nigeria they will go on and on about everything bad in their life and wonder why the nation has a bad image, completely unable to count 1 of God's daily blessings

People harbor criminals if the criminal is from their local government area.



Corruption isn't the issue, it's the people and their attitude towards society.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by virtuoso01(m): 12:54am On Dec 30, 2012
Although corruption is a big issue in Nigeria.


I think GEJ is not far from the truth.


In this world that we live attitude is everything and I believe it is our general attitude towards corruption that has festered and encouraged it.




Generally, Nigerians need to watch their attitude.


You are right.

Maybe our leaders too need to start watching their own attitudes too.



But come to think of it, the leaders are also the people. Because they come from within the people.






So, everybody, watch yourself.


I agree with GEJ for once.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Ikengawo: 1:00am On Dec 30, 2012
Eko Ile:


Is this the reason why he's ignoring Benin Ore road and many federal roads in Nigeria?


BTW, you illiterate.


Lobby: a group of persons engaged in lobbying especially as representatives of a particular interest group


Bribe: money or favor given or promised in order to influence the judgment or conduct of a person in a position of trust.




LOL and how do you think they're 'lobbying especially as representatives of a particular interest group'? You just gave you two sentences that mean the same thing only one was made to look worst than another to someone in experienced with english.


People not doing their proper job is a bigger problem than corruption. Employees getting paid once and running away is a problem. My father was contracted to build schools. He had a bigger problem with buying equipment and his employees stealing them over night to go sell them than he did with 'corruption'. He finally completed the school 1 year late because he had to deal with people stealing everything from copper wires to desks to paint. He had to make a security budget that was just a big as the school budget from his own money just to make sure the school was completed.


There are far bigger problems than 'corruption'. How about a judiciary that doesn't punish ANYONE except petty village thieves? How about apathy towards corruption and underdevelopment that allows it to live? these are far bigger problems than corruption.


I ask my mother why the men of her generation that are getting old weren't able to add at least 1 clinic to the village to help THEMSELVES at old age, or at least a flushing toilet. She told me that people in Nigeria think such things are luxuries and don't care to build them because it would distract from their main goal in life: showing off. This to them was more important than their health.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 1:02am On Dec 30, 2012
virtuoso01: Although corruption is a big issue in Nigeria.


I think GEJ is not far from the truth.


In this world that we live attitude is everything and I believe it is our general attitude towards corruption that has festered and encouraged it.




Generally, Nigerians need to watch their attitude.


You mean the common man's attitude is responsible for corruption in GEJ's administration and and past governments?

You mean the common man is responsible for public funds in private bank accounts, mansions and luxuries all over the world?

You mean as the president of Nigerian and the chief law enforcement officer in Nigeria, he has no obligation to fight corruption until the common man adjust their attitude that has nothing to do with corruption and corrupt people under his nose?

You mean the common man's attitude is responsible for fighting corruption, fixing bad roads?


You mean the common man's attitude change will fight and prosecute corruption and not GEJ whose constitutional obligation it is to do so..?

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by GARRIx7(m): 1:44am On Dec 30, 2012
GEJ don score own goal...... cheesy cheesy

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by MrGlobe(m): 1:46am On Dec 30, 2012
The Attitude is caused by poverty. There is so much poverty in the land that Nigerians act weird. For instance take their music taste for example. A normal Nigerian will take Terry G/wizard kid's music over Asa and like that.lol.

btw. i disagree with GEJ. When you fight the pervasive corruption in the land Attitude will change. It is not the other way round.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by MrGlobe(m): 1:47am On Dec 30, 2012
GARRI (x7):
GEJ don score own goal...... cheesy cheesy
you don dey score own goal for nairaland everyday yourself. you have your post.
Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 2:01am On Dec 30, 2012
Ikengawo:

LOL and how do you think they're 'lobbying especially as representatives of a particular interest group'? You just gave you two sentences that mean the same thing only one was made to look worst than another to someone in experienced with english.


People not doing their proper job is a bigger problem than corruption. Employees getting paid once and running away is a problem. My father was contracted to build schools. He had a bigger problem with buying equipment and his employees stealing them over night to go sell them than he did with 'corruption'. He finally completed the school 1 year late because he had to deal with people stealing everything from copper wires to desks to paint. He had to make a security budget that was just a big as the school budget from his own money just to make sure the school was completed.


There are far bigger problems than 'corruption'. How about a judiciary that doesn't punish ANYONE except petty village thieves? How about apathy towards corruption and underdevelopment that allows it to live? these are far bigger problems than corruption.


I ask my mother why the men of her generation that are getting old weren't able to add at least 1 clinic to the village to help THEMSELVES at old age, or at least a flushing toilet. She told me that people in Nigeria think such things are luxuries and don't care to build them because it would distract from their main goal in life: showing off. This to them was more important than their health.



Please don't destroy topic with this illiterate talk, bribe is not lobby. In bribery, money change hands for personal gains while same is not the case on the other hand. Also according to the dictionary, they have different meanings.


In America, they know the difference. Lobbying is not against the law in America and bribery is, this is why they put their officials in jail for bribery and corruption offense unlike in Nigeria. You remember Halliburton. Yes, that Halliburton where Americans prosecuted and locked up the folks involved on their side while Nigeria refused to do the same which is another form of corruption.


Is the common man's attitude that took the bribe money? Is the common man's attitude to blame for not prosecuting the folks involved in the Halliburton bribery scandal in Nigeria or this worthless and useless man himself aka MANY EXCUSE GIVING GEJ?

Must you people defend the indefensible?

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 2:34am On Dec 30, 2012
Instead of this lazy fool to immediately fire his FRSC man for insinuating that people die more on good roads than bad roads, the id.iot decided to insult our intelligence with that disgraceful rubbish.

What a dummy...

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by MrGlobe(m): 2:35am On Dec 30, 2012
^
the same way you defend fashola, Tinubu and ACN? the indefensibles

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 2:40am On Dec 30, 2012
Mr. Globe:
^
the same way you defend fashola, Tinubu and ACN? the indefensibles


Please stay on topic and don't derail the thread. you are free to start your own Fashola and Tinubu thread.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Dede1(m): 2:41am On Dec 30, 2012
Nigeria’s main problem is rooted in tribalism and religion. The only remedy to Nigeria’s misery is disintegration. It is a perceived fact that the Republic of Igbo-land will try to avoid the instances of being shamed for lacking behind Republic of Odua in terms of socio-politico-economic development, vis-à-vis. There shall be a healthy competition as well as cooperation among the nation states. In addition, there shall be a genuine fight against corruption among the nation states.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 2:43am On Dec 30, 2012
Dede1: Nigeria’s main problem is rooted in tribalism and religion. The only remedy to Nigeria’s misery is disintegration. It is a perceived fact that the Republic of Igbo-land will try to avoid the instances of being shamed for lacking behind Republic of Odua in terms of socio-politico-economic development and vis-à-vis. There shall be a healthy competition as well as cooperation among the nation states. In addition, there shall be a genuine fight against corruption among the nation states.



Uncle dede spewed knowledge for a change...
Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by seanet01: 3:42am On Dec 30, 2012
What Nonsense?
So More Nigerians die on good roads than bad roads?
This presido na real monkey.
Which kind of statement is this?
Thunder fire all those FRSC officials,
this one get as he be o.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by koruji(m): 3:58am On Dec 30, 2012
You are getting interesting by the day with your inside-out logic. Half-education is worse than none!!!


Ikengawo: He's 100% right. People use corruption as a scapegoat because they're too lazy to think when in reality it's the mentality of the people and attitude that's holding the country back. America is very corrupt. What we call bribes here as called Lobby's in the US and Lobbyists (Bribers) get offices in Washington DC and websites. They pay politicians to do what they want the politicians to do and pay the media to do their own bidding, but the country functions. Everything from inflated contracts to cronyism and ballot manipulation, is in the US openly


the difference is if you pass a law in the US people follow it and whom ever's duty it is to enforce it will enforce it.
If you build a good road in Nigeria people use it to speed. The police hired to enforce it will sleep on he job, and if someone gets in trouble for breaking a law they act like the government is oppressing them.

Most accidents in Nigeria happen on good roads. The only thing stopping Nigerians from going top speed in their cars at all times are potholes.
Nigerians need a new civic culture.



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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by koruji(m): 4:13am On Dec 30, 2012
This coming from the mouth of people who promote Igbo supremacy on this forum!!!

Why can't the nation of Nigeria be shamed into performance by the US? You fool yourself.

It is not the tribalism per se it is people that exploit tribal and religious differences to steal us blind - and the fools who because of their tribal supremacy views get taken by common thieves.

Dede1: Nigeria’s main problem is rooted in tribalism and religion. The only remedy to Nigeria’s misery is disintegration. It is a perceived fact that the Republic of Igbo-land will try to avoid the instances of being shamed for lacking behind Republic of Odua in terms of socio-politico-economic development, vis-à-vis. There shall be a healthy competition as well as cooperation among the nation states. In addition, there shall be a genuine fight against corruption among the nation states.
Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by koruji(m): 4:17am On Dec 30, 2012
GEJ is on to sonething here. Let's follow the logic through - more bad roads, less deaths on the roads - problem solved. That's the GEJ way. Applause for the great leader embarassed embarassed embarassed

seanet01: What Nonsense?
So More Nigerians die on good roads than bad roads?
This presido na real monkey.
Which kind of statement is this?
Thunder fire all those FRSC officials,
this one get as he be o.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Ikengawo: 5:07am On Dec 30, 2012
Eko Ile:


Please don't destroy topic with this illiterate talk, bribe is not lobby. In bribery, money change hands for personal gains while same is not the case on the other hand. Also according to the dictionary, they have different meanings.


In America, they know the difference. Lobbying is not against the law in America and bribery is, this is why they put their officials in jail for bribery and corruption offense unlike in Nigeria. You remember Halliburton. Yes, that Halliburton where Americans prosecuted and locked up the folks involved on their side while Nigeria refused to do the same which is another form of corruption.


Is the common man's attitude that took the bribe money? Is the common man's attitude to blame for not prosecuting the folks involved in the Halliburton bribery scandal in Nigeria or this worthless and useless man himself aka MANY EXCUSE GIVING GEJ?

Must you people defend the indefensible?

The Gun lobby pays political parties that agree to increase military spending and in specific buy guns from their member companys

hos is this different than IBB making PDP use his company in construction or Dangote using the government to block competition.
Lobbys pay parties for exclusive trade rights that are anti competitive, the same as bribing for oil blocs.
They also determine who the ministers their customer parties pick for key office places

GM has had several board members in the presidents cabinet. Dont be naive, are you convinced that Nigerians are the only ones clever enough to use government for their advantage? or that they're the first? or even best at it? smh.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by koruji(m): 5:20am On Dec 30, 2012
Keep comparing sleep and death - you should be embarrassed.



Ikengawo:

The Gun lobby pays political parties that agree to increase military spending and in specific buy guns from their member companys

hos is this different than IBB making PDP use his company in construction or Dangote using the government to block competition.
Lobbys pay parties for exclusive trade rights that are anti competitive, the same as bribing for oil blocs.
They also determine who the ministers their customer parties pick for key office places

GM has had several board members in the presidents cabinet. Dont be naive, are you convinced that Nigerians are the only ones clever enough to use government for their advantage? or that they're the first? or even best at it? smh.



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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by EkoIle1: 5:31am On Dec 30, 2012
Ikengawo:

The Gun lobby pays political parties that agree to increase military spending and in specific buy guns from their member companys

hos is this different than IBB making PDP use his company in construction or Dangote using the government to block competition.
Lobbys pay parties for exclusive trade rights that are anti competitive, the same as bribing for oil blocs.
They also determine who the ministers their customer parties pick for key office places

GM has had several board members in the presidents cabinet. Dont be naive, are you convinced that Nigerians are the only ones clever enough to use government for their advantage? or that they're the first? or even best at it? smh.





I'm not interested in your illiterate talk so let's set that aside.


Regarding the Halliburton scandal. The US prosecuted and jailed the folks involved on their side and did not blame the incident on the attitude of their citizens. The Americans also furnished GEJ with the names of the folks involved in Nigeria for the Nigerian government to follow up with prosecution.

Now please tell us, is GEJ not prosecuting the folks involved because of the attitude of the common man?

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by trillville(m): 6:50am On Dec 30, 2012
Lobbying is quite different from bribery. When u lobby a politician, the only gain a politician gets is campaign funding. In return, the politician must defend the lobbyist positions to the electorate, so if the politician fails to persuade to electorate to the position of the lobbyist, he may still lose his seat.

Bribery on the other hand consist of many forms of corrupt acts such as contract splitting, kickbacks, contract inflating, gifts, third party deals, payment for services which should be free, sorting, etc.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by liberty300: 7:01am On Dec 30, 2012
I totally agree with Mr. President. An example is the op and his cabal constant attack on igbos in this site. Now igbos on nairaland think that yorubas hate them as well. Nigeria's problem is not just political, it also lies with the attitude of the people.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Idokojimmy: 7:02am On Dec 30, 2012
Eko Ile: If you think this man is really not daft, the red highlight clearly pronounced his daftness. This man is worse than a kindergarten school kid This joker shouldn't be a supermarket shop keeper talk less the president of any country...

I just found out that Ur Comment is a perfect description of ur person not Gej. Gej only presented a position, and any rational person Wud test it against empirical fact. For instance, Gej said our major problem is attitude, and that data obtained from FRSC indicate that majority of accidents are recorded on good roads.
He didn't cook d figure, it was reported.
Secondly, is it a lie that our drivers are reckless?
Some drink and drive, over speed, over loading, no good tyre, unserviced vehicles, rush, inability to rest, absence of medical checks etc.
The Abuja Airport road is about d best in d country, several lanes, yet we record on d average, two accident a day. Is it bad road? Let's get our facts straight before we attack people

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Demdem(m): 7:12am On Dec 30, 2012
Another extremely daft statement from our world renowned retardeen. No point deceiving ourselves, Ebele has no corruption to fight.
The dumb is simply out of touch.

It's attitude that made him and his aso gluttons to consume approx 1billion worth of food this year.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by trillville(m): 7:23am On Dec 30, 2012
Idokojimmy:

I just found out that Ur Comment is a perfect description of ur person not Gej. Gej only presented a position, and any rational person Wud test it against empirical fact. For instance, Gej said our major problem is attitude, and that data obtained from FRSC indicate that majority of accidents are recorded on good roads.
He didn't cook d figure, it was reported.
Secondly, is it a lie that our drivers are reckless?
Some drink and drive, over speed, over loading, no good tyre, unserviced vehicles, rush, inability to rest, absence of medical checks etc.
The Abuja Airport road is about d best in d country, several lanes, yet we record on d average, two accident a day. Is it bad road? Let's get our facts straight before we attack people

@Jimmy, what data does FRSC have? Nigeria roads that do not even have paint demarcating the lanes. What device does FRSC have to measure the speed at which a vehicle is going at?We just like to make generalizations in the country rather than investigating the real cause of accidents.

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by geeez: 7:32am On Dec 30, 2012
Since corruption has become a national culture, I guess he meant corruption is attitudinal

However, I think Nigeria would be a better place if our attitude remained and corruption was removed compared to changing our attitude and continuing in their corrupt ways

GEJ has lost it whichever way you look at it

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Re: Jonathan: Our Greatest Challenge Is Our Attitutude Not Corruption. by Pennywise(m): 7:59am On Dec 30, 2012
Daft president, daft followers. I feel ashamed for this country esp her youths.

GEJ's statement abt FRSC's submission is a true reflection of the official pandering going on in Government. But that is too complex for the president to understand.

It is common knowledge that most accidents on our roads are caused by drivers avoiding pot holes on the high way often leading to head on collisions and other tragedies.

It is an open admission of failure for a president to blame the frequent carnage on our roads on attitude of drivers instead of the FRSC/police who would rather take bribe than prosecute and make example of drunken and reckless drivers or bureaucrats wheeling and dealing with contractors leaving citizens with substandard or no roads.

An open admission of failure like this by a president is a reason to resign or be impeached assuming we have a true legislative arm of govt.

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