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|Re: Fashola Advocates Shedding Of Unitary Powers By The Centre For Nation’s Progress by Gbawe: 5:31pm On Mar 03, 2012 |
This is what you are hung up on, and for which you will use an entire presidency seeking revenge? The way you talk about this incident, it seems that many of you are going to bed every night distraught and depressed over the statement "drunken fisherman".
This leads to an important point that Nigerians do well to keep in mind: That is, those currently privileged to administer this lumbering nation either have or are advised by people with a juvenile mindset. This mindset is exactly what we have seen demonstrated in words & deeds over the last year or so!!!
It is about much more than innate inferiority complex for the empty barrel and duplicitous
charlatan. By hurling abuse everywhere, spamming the forum with pictures of Tinubu and acting like an immature brat, he hopes to distract attention away from how , very disappointingly in relation to the noise he made on this forum
, GEJ is leading in exactly the same manner as has alway obtained to the detriment of Nigeria. The folks from GEJ's region with integrity have long since written off Mr. President since it is now crystal clear we have a Preisdent more eager to please his "owners of Nigeria" pals than move the nation forward.
Below, written by a stand-up individual from an oil producing region, is the truth traitors, paid sycophants and crude opportunists ignore while trying their best to detract attention away from how GEJ is woefully failing all Nigerians. Things are truly terrible and worsening under this President. The agenda , for the Beafs and Omokris of the world paid to use propaganda in defending this poor Government, has now moved on to a desperate effort to create imaginary enemies, "plots" and "cabals". http://saharareporters.com/interview/%E2%80%9Cpeople-niger-delta-now-recognize-jonathan-waste-time%E2%80%9D-%E2%80%93-isaac-osuoka
“People In The Niger Delta Now Recognize That Jonathan Is A Waste Of Time” – Isaac Osuoka
CO: If that is the case, is he representing the interest of the Niger Delta?
IO: President Jonathan is the worst thing to happen to the Niger Delta. Go and see the East-West road. The road from Warri to Port Harcourt and beyond. The condition of that federal road is worse than ever. This is an outrage! Every year there is a budget allocation for everything. At the end of the year nothing to show for all the billions. Why? This is because Jonathan is superintending over the biggest looting spree in this history of Nigeria. Governors see state funds as their private estate. Ministers see their office as reward for loyalty to governors and opportunity to chop. Local government chairmen. Those are the biggest rogues! The National Assembly is more or less a college of self-serving opportunists – most of whom cannot even get close to winning in free and fair elections. They say most of the big houses in Abuja have been built or bought by civil servants. Where did they get the money? These people, all these people that have continued to loot, are part of the political elite. They are happy that a clueless and spineless person like Jonathan is President. They are the people insisting that Jonathan remove fuel subsidy so that they will have more loot to share. Simple. But Jonathan can’t see it. He doesn’t have that kind of vision. He and those eating with him can’t see the groundswell of opposition to fuel increase. They can’t see that opposition to fuel increase will ultimately result in resistance to everything the ruling class represents in Nigeria. This is just the beginning. In that case, the increase in fuel price is good. For the first time in a long time Nigerians from different ethnic, religious and even class backgrounds are massing together to build a new movement for change. That is what excites me. Supporting the new movement should be the duty of every person who is keen to see Nigeria progress. Neither Jonathan nor his PDP can do anything good for Nigeria. What we need is not just a change of government, we need a system overhaul. This needs struggle and perseverance on the part of the people.
|Re: Fashola Advocates Shedding Of Unitary Powers By The Centre For Nation’s Progress by Beaf: 5:40pm On Mar 03, 2012 |
Irrelevance is like bereavement.
|Re: Fashola Advocates Shedding Of Unitary Powers By The Centre For Nation’s Progress by Standing5(m): 10:43pm On Mar 03, 2012 |
Oga mi razist, are u feeling lonely?