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|Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Beaf: 5:24pm On Jun 01, 2012|
Since the decision, protesting students and local unemployed men known as "area boys" have marched through the streets and at one point took over a bridge linking Lagos' islands to the mainland. The university declared a sudden two-week holiday Wednesday but many students remain in the university's dormitories, from where they continue to organize protests.
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Beaf: 5:25pm On Jun 01, 2012|
Make una come see sontin o!
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Beaf: 5:31pm On Jun 01, 2012|
I think GEJ and governors should provide grassroots employment to ease hunger across the country.
If people build roads or sidewalks with their hands or free farms are provided etc, it would go a very long way.
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Chyz*: 6:46pm On Jun 01, 2012|
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Demdem(m): 7:33pm On Jun 01, 2012|
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Rhino.5dm: 7:46pm On Jun 01, 2012|
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Demdem(m): 7:48pm On Jun 01, 2012|
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Beaf: 7:54pm On Jun 01, 2012|
Any other area boyz?
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by ypzilanti: 8:34pm On Jun 01, 2012|
Nigeria is the best country in the world and we have a president that is rated as one of the best.
Our president fights corruption everyday and his ministers are afraid of falling out with him regarding missappropriation of public money. Corrupt former governors are on the run, and present ones have sat up as the president has warned them that he will not visit any state that he hears is not up and doing.
Our president has embarked on infrastructural revolution in Nigeria the kind that has never been seen before. Four lane mega expressways from the east to the west and south to the north, and a bullet train that links Lagos the commercial capital with Abuja the administrative capital of Nigeria.Everywhere you look in Nigeria, major construction is going on.
Our president has dissolved NNPC and the corrupt institution is now solely a regulator while its business arm has been listed on the stock exchange and 30 percent of the shares are available for ordinary nigerians to purchase.
Our president just sent a bill to the national assembly for the creation of the equivalent of Nigeria's FBI. Only employing graduates, the agency is currently training forensic scientists, cyber scientists, investigations experts and a crack team of SWAT type terrorist/high level crime police that can be deployed within 30 minutes to any trouble spot in Nigeria. This is possible because this team is equipped with helicopters and are located in every state in Nigeria. State police is now a reality and they are supervised and overseen by the Nigerian Police Commission which is now the police of State police departments making sure they are not overly influenced by the Governors who pay thier wages. The fear of State police hijacking the election process has turned out to be unfounded as a federal law bans the use of police uniforms a week before and after elections. They are not armed with guns but electric tasers anyway. Thier real power comes not from the barrel but from the law as an investigatory and prosecutory agency.
Electric power has now been fully privatized. You only pay for what the power companies supply to you, and boy, are they so eager to generate power and make money.
Following a federal government guarantee to purchase any fuel refined in Nigeria at the market price, over 10 refineries are being built at the moment in Nigeria. In four years the government will discontinue this practice and Nigerians will not protest cause they have seen the benefit of having functional refineries in thier country.
Rail system is booming in Nigeria at the moment beacuse the government has developed a novel idea of buying up land and constructing raillines and then leasing the management and purcahse of the coaches to private companies for 30 years. The competition for these leasing contracts is so high as companies are faling over each other to make money. The federal and state governments have benefited from taxes paid on every passenger as well as repaid expenses via the leasing agreements.
All Nigerians now have an identification number, and this has made it easy for the government to plan. From primary school age, an account has been established for every nigerian child and government pays in a certain amount of money every term for school fees. Private institutions have therefore developed substantially and have hired marketers to convince parents to send thier children to their schools. This has made the standard of education increase by utilizing the forces of demand and supply. It is now a grievious criminal offence not to send a child of school age to primary school.
NIGERIA's PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED WITH A LITTLE THINKING OUT OF THE BOX AND RESOURCEFUL LEADERSHIP.
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by ogugua88(f): 10:55pm On Jun 01, 2012|
^^^ How much were you paid?
|Re: Area Boys "Protest" MAULAG!!! by Beaf: 11:26pm On Jun 01, 2012|
Can any ACN fella's tell us what their area boy wing was "demonstrating?"
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