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Politics / Re: Congrats To Mother And Baby - For Berem. by Abagworo(m): 11:06pm On Feb 05
Beremx:
grin grin grin

*rinse her eyes with water*

I need to stay awake on this thread. Lol

cc: modath, obiagelli.

Wow! What can I say? More like my new nephew/niece on board. Congrats Beremx. My 3rd son was January 14th.

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Politics / Re: Gov Rochas Okorocha Involved In Human Organ Trafficking? by Abagworo(m): 10:48pm On Feb 05
RisingSun1:
Mr man you can't defend that your pay-master anymore.

This is coming from an insider in the health care sector in imo state and not from opposition party,that is why it should be taken serious.

"This accusation was made by the Nigerian Medical
Association (NMA), through the chairman of the
Private and General Medical Practitioners in the
state, Dr Philip Njemanze, Nigerian Pilot reports"

So just keep quiet and face the fact!

If you believe such chilish lies then you have a lot of catch up to make in life. That NMA chairman is obviously acting a script. I remember when the issue was about completing the Hospitals and what same people said. Let our conscience always be the judge.
Politics / Re: Imo Police Debunk Doctors Allegation by Abagworo(m): 10:43pm On Feb 05
Even a 6 year old knows its false.

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Politics / Re: A Doctor Accuses Okorocha Of Building Organ Trading Hospitals by Abagworo(m): 6:56pm On Feb 05
Very shameful of Dr Njemanze.
Politics / Re: Gov Rochas Okorocha Involved In Human Organ Trafficking? by Abagworo(m): 6:54pm On Feb 05
afroniger:
There seems to be a well coordinated conspiracy to destroy whatever is left of Rochas' political currency. His enemies are mouthed and he needs to do more to counter their damaging propaganda against his government. undecided

Abagworo, please try and pass this across to owelle.

The man erroneously believes in his conscience and good works. He does not realise the importance of propaganda in governance. His enemies have even sold him as a propagandist despite his silent method of doing things.

Be it as it may there is going to be a direct confrontation of clans in Imo State. There is more to it than what many outsiders think. Imagine a Governor who has built the best public hospitals in Nigeria but rather than appreciate the fit a medical Doctor would shamelessly talk like a tout all in a bid to discredit such achievement.

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Politics / Re: New Pics Of Doctor Shot In Owerri Emerge:Does He Look Like Someone Shot In Head? by Abagworo(m): 5:01pm On Feb 05
MansaMoussa:
Save your stuff for your rounds, oga mi..
Like I said, he was hit by a Teargas Canister to the head..and such an Ordinance will rarely produce a classical entry-exit pattern(if you know your Ballistics wella)..
There Are millions of pix online of ppl hit with these ordinances and moving about(lemme not talk about personal experience) ...
As for the "Morphology of the Skull and Brain"...I think you should stick to the basics first (Classification of Head Injuries) before trying to mesmerise NLers with matters best discussed during rounds.
Off to drink my Friday beer!
Happy Weekend Sir!

Why then were lies flying around that he was shot? Teargas canister is not bullet.

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Politics / A Doctor Accuses Okorocha Of Building Organ Trading Hospitals by Abagworo(m): 4:52pm On Feb 05
Governor Rochas Okorocha of Imo state has been
accused of allegedly collaborating with Kosovo, Turkey,
Croatia and other countries to carry out human organs
trafficking.

This accusation was made by the Nigerian Medical
Association (NMA), through the chairman of the Private
and General Medical Practitioners in the state, Dr Philip
Njemanze, Nigerian Pilot reports.

Njemanze, who spoke during a press conference after
an emergency meeting of the association in Owerri, the
state capital, said: “For the first time in human history,
a government has declared itself an organ trafficking
cartel. Imo state government is using the state health
facilities to facilitate organ trafficking network.


“Foreign collaborators of the state government from
Turkey, Kosovo, Croatia and others are already here in
Imo to perfect creation of the network. It is an
international network with Rochas as its local head. A
former prime minister of Kosovo is the head of organ
trafficking in Europe and he is a friend of Okorocha.”


The aggrieved medical practitioner also alleged that
Governor Okorocha’s recent trips to Turkey, Kosovo,
Croatia and other Latin American and Asian countries
as well as the building of the new 27 general hospitals
in the state, are testament to the fact that the governor
is party to organ trafficking business in the state.



When contacted, Sam Onwuemedo, the governor’s
senior media adviser explained through a text message
that the allegation “is an old story that is being handled
by the DSS.”


This allegation is coming following reports in the state
that a refusal o f the governor to recall the 3000 workers
he allegedly sacked will lead to a total shutdown of
activities in the state.


According to the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), there
would be a total shut down of Imo state once the 14-
day ultimatum issued to the state government to recall
the sacked workers and tackle their unpaid salaries and
other benefits expires.


President of Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural
Gas Workers (NUPENG), Mr Igwe Achese, a member of
the 6-man action committee set up by NLC to handle
the Imo crisis, told Vanguard that all measures had
been put in place for the planned action.

https://www.naij.com/720362-governor-rochas-okorocha-alleged-involved-human-organ-trafficking.html
Politics / Re: New Pics Of Doctor Shot In Owerri Emerge:Does He Look Like Someone Shot In Head? by Abagworo(m): 4:43pm On Feb 05
TONYE001:


I'll respond to this.

It is VERY, VERY possible for a casualty suffering a bullet wound to the head to sit on a chair by himself. The factors to consider are the range, the calibre, and the site of injury.

The issue is not whether the fellow was shot in the head or not. The question is that, should an UNARMED civilian indulging in a PEACEFUL protest be shot at with LIVE rounds?

Still, from afar, it is pretty difficult to confirm what really transpired that day. The relevant agencies should pick this case up for proper investigation.

I remain neutral, as always.

Their was no gunshot. Teargas was used as evidenced by the photo of the accused policeman. That thing he was carrying ain't no gun.

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Politics / Re: New Pics Of Doctor Shot In Owerri Emerge:Does He Look Like Someone Shot In Head? by Abagworo(m): 4:39pm On Feb 05
Gradually the truth is coming out. What a shame.

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Politics / Re: Mass Sack Looms As Wike Is Set To Overhaul Civil Service In Rivers State by Abagworo(m): 10:45am On Feb 05
mrvitalis:
Rivers State have made a choice Just like imo state did.. .. Hope they endure it as Imo is doing
Facing reality is better than pretence. Every State in Nigeria has same issues.

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Politics / Re: Photo Of A Consultant Shot By Police In Owerri by Abagworo(m): 7:47am On Feb 05
MansaMoussa:


No be like that bros. I'm a rochas person too, but will never commend police brutality.
It takes a minimum of 10 yrs of postgraduate studies to become a Conzo fa.
The protests were peaceful...look at Athens since this week, if we start protesting like them, na him be say na Machine Gun una go use mow human beings down?

Thats what should have been the issue. From the pictures shown it seems it was even a single officer involved not like the entire Police squad. The discussion should be about the officer and not Governor.
Politics / Re: Photo Of A Consultant Shot By Police In Owerri by Abagworo(m): 7:39am On Feb 05
Leopantro:


So you advocate the removal of free speech and freedom of expression. You now uphold your most wonderful Governor the capability to suppress people's right to protest. In case you have CNN, check it for a picture of the front of the White house ; you will see people protesting for one issue or another. No policeman has ever attacked a protester. This is not military rule ;this is democracy. Go to Douglas house every weekday, one group of another is demonstrating, pensioners that are owed more than one year, civil Servants about cuts in salary. I guarantee that tomorrow, another group will be having a rally there.
What was so special about this rally that made it different?

Then again, the Governor has always had a dislike for doctors. He did the same tactics to medical students last year with the same tear gas. I wonder if the policeman also claimed self defense.
The more you try to cover him the more I expose you.

Let me anticipate your next question, " What makes you so sure he was the one that gave the order to disperse the rally?"

Una thinking sometimes dey tire me. Policemen clashed with protesting Doctors and the Governor took a gun and shot a Doctor. Very childish and funny if I may say.

This topic has nothing to do with the Governor but an ego battle between the said Doctor and the said Policeman. Nobody including your enemy will support using any form of force unprovoked.
Politics / Re: Photo Of A Consultant Shot By Police In Owerri by Abagworo(m): 11:49pm On Feb 04
Leopantro:


1. The incident happened in front of Douglas house
2. The Policemen involved is part of the security protocol in front of the government house.
3. A member of the police team came to us and demanded we don't come close to the government house, that the rally should stop before the government house but that was turned down.

Considering the rally was peaceful, with police excort up to the government house before it deteriorated, ask that question again.

You've given the reason. Disobedience to plea not to come closer. The Policeman will go free because he will claim self defence.
Politics / Re: Photo Of A Consultant Shot By Police In Owerri by Abagworo(m): 11:03pm On Feb 04
Leopantro:


I knew you would come to defend your check depositor so, like I told you, I was at the rally.
The protest requested for and for approval for the protest. We had police and DSS protection during protest. Two police vans behind and DSS truck in front. The DSS were not spared by the smoke of the tear gas. Look at the picture of the person that shot the canister ; does that look like a hoodlum?

Teargas is not bullet. The issue here is that Police was doing their job independently and used teargas in attempt to disperse protesters. What is Okorocha's business there?
Politics / Re: A Candid Advice For The Good People Of Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:51pm On Feb 04
Eyeview where is your hometown and LGA?
Politics / Re: Why Is Rochas Claiming The Shell $3.5b Gas Plant As Part Of His Achievements? by Abagworo(m): 7:43pm On Feb 04
Herald47:
why not encourage him to also claim the shoprite at egbu road.

Why won't he claim it like other Governors? Its development that came in his time. Every investment in Imo State is to his credit as Governor. He is even better than others that he is not always doing jamboree of flag off and commissioning.

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Politics / Re: Photo Of A Consultant Shot By Police In Owerri by Abagworo(m): 7:35pm On Feb 04
abimic:
I thought we have learned people in this nation and how could people just stoop so low in Reasoning? Even when nassarawa state governor dehumanized a lady then,it was denied then despite seeing even the governor on the scene and another story was released entirely. No governor can dare order police to shoot on sight citizens, not even when they're professionals like docs, not even in buhari regime! No source to confirm the link and it's so unrealistic, make up something else op! Even when bosses order police to shoot, they sometimes even go lenient and not go too brutal how much more shoot on sight! Op has no source. Discredited post! Crap!

http://www.channelstv.com/2016/02/04/imo-doctors-protest-alleged-hospital-concession-plan/

The NMA made this call during a peaceful protest
in Owerri, the Imo State capital.
They maintained that the association is not
against the concession policy, but the
government needs to follow some laid down
procedures.


However, the protest turned bloody when one of
the doctors was badly injured as a result of
teargas
allegedly fired by the Police to dispatch
the protesters.


Visiting the Federal Medical Centre, Owerri,
where the injured victim was being treated, the
doctor in charge noted that the victim lost so
much blood but responded to treatment.


In reaction to the allegation, the Police in the
state maintained that their men did not shoot at
anyone but was trying to maintain peace when
some hoodlums tried to hijack the protest.



Following this development, the Nigerian Medical
Association in the state vowed to close down all
health facilities until the issue has been resolved.
Politics / Re: Aba Stands Still On Ikpeazu's Arrival (pictures) by Abagworo(m): 7:03pm On Feb 04
Ponponkon:
Decamp to APC? Lols. Well the truth remains that if UkwaNgwa people give him their blessings to decamp,no amount of lie and propaganda would stop him from winning in 2019 but what we want now is the good governance(work) not party issues.

Thats how it should be. People who understand Nigerian politics know that party is just a platform and the qualities are individualistic. We are yet to have parties with distinct ideology.

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Politics / Re: Aba Stands Still On Ikpeazu's Arrival (pictures) by Abagworo(m): 6:52pm On Feb 04
Ikpeazu has won the heart of Aba people. His welcome seems the highest jubilation so far. I hope they will equally accept if he decides to decamp to APC.

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Politics / Re: Why Is Rochas Claiming The Shell $3.5b Gas Plant As Part Of His Achievements? by Abagworo(m): 5:33pm On Feb 04
jonathanOz:

You defend everything Rochas that sometimes you don't bother understanding before responding. The argument is, that project ain't Rochas's. Maybe his govt attracted the investors, but he shouldn't make it seem like he is financing the project.

Did he make such claims? if so then it's wrong. However Imo Govt sited an Industrial park there.
Politics / Re: Why Is Rochas Claiming The Shell $3.5b Gas Plant As Part Of His Achievements? by Abagworo(m): 5:31pm On Feb 04
asha80:
I dont see how what you wrote answers my question..i dont see any where I said should not take glory or not..i simply asked whether the project was still on and not whether rochas takes the glory or not...na the op you suppose ask those your questions...finally people from that axis need the brain reset from negatives

Not in response to your post. I quoted you by error.
Politics / Re: Medical Doctor Shot In The Head In Owerri During Peaceful Protest by Abagworo(m): 5:20pm On Feb 04
LordMecuzy:


Please Enlighten us more. I'm far away and will love to hear the real factual story about the health workers and My state government

The public health sector in Imo State and Nigeria has been a disgrace over the years. Okorocha wants to concession the health sector and inaugurate health insurance scheme as done in advanced countries. If you don't pay health insurance then you will spend as high in oublic hospitals as you do in private. We equally know that health insurance does not cover all cases. Many health professionals argue that the policy will be harsh on low income earners and vow to stop it from being realised. However some disgruntled politicians see it as opportunity to get at Okorocha.
Politics / Re: Why Is Rochas Claiming The Shell $3.5b Gas Plant As Part Of His Achievements? by Abagworo(m): 5:07pm On Feb 04
asha80:
what I am more interested in is if the gas plant construction is still going on as I don't bother what rochas os claiming or not

Why is it now a problem accepting the fact that the negotiations were done by him and he is equally building the business park there. I feel disappointed each time I learn of youths scaring away investors because of politics. Look at what they did to Adapalm and same Roche Company which was grounded by Imo youths at Egbema and Agwa are now managing Rivers palm with profit. You cannot develop by fighting investors. They said Roche a Swiss company is owned by Okorocha but now that they've left and gone to more condusive Rivers people have realised they were genuine investors.

Don't be surprised if the gas plant is eventually moved and they will blame Okorocha.

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Politics / Re: Medical Doctor Shot In The Head In Owerri During Peaceful Protest by Abagworo(m): 4:58pm On Feb 04
bendovex:
Blame it on Rochas and his evil party. His Waterloo is nigh. Evil government.
swift recovery to the injured Doctor.

What are they protesting? Beer palour gist is what they are protesting. Government wants to improve health care and they prefer status quo so that they will continue killing public hospitals and referring patients to their private clinic..
For Nigerian health sector to improve what Okorocha is doing must be done amidst sacrifices. The protest will fail and so will the planned strike.
Politics / Re: What I Saw In My Dream About Governor Fayose by Abagworo(m): 12:23pm On Feb 04
OrlandoOwoh:
Your dream had better not come to pass: APC doesn't need a person like Fayose.

The same way PDP claimed it didn't need FFK back then. Forget Naija politicians.

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Politics / Re: Celebration Of Abia Supreme Court Verdict In Abia Governor's Lodge Abuja (pics) by Abagworo(m): 9:19am On Feb 04
Congrats to Abians and all my fellow supporters of justice and equity. Ikpeazu will prove his critics wrong as his positive direction is very clear.

I expect their media onslaught against Ikpeazu in the coming weeks but he should emulate Okorocha by ignoring the attacks and working according to plan.

God bless Ikpeazu

God bless Ngwaland

God bless Abia State

God bless Igboland

God bless our indivisible home, Nigeria.

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Politics / Re: Supreme Court Today Signed The Death Warrant Of Nigerians Come 2019 by Abagworo(m): 9:12am On Feb 04
1shortblackboy:
see the kind nonsense wey this wan dey talk. And later person go dey try to reason with all this kind people for nairaland. U no go know say u dey talk to people wey dey reason like drunk illiterate motor park touts

Why not keep shut on issues you have little knowledge of than rain insult on a man who doesn't know you exist.
Politics / Re: Supreme Court Today Signed The Death Warrant Of Nigerians Come 2019 by Abagworo(m): 6:22am On Feb 04
bappahman:
Write it down somewhere; in 2019, elections in Rivers, Akwa ibom ,Abia and many states will be deadly, chaotic and bloody because today's supreme Court judgments legalised “get there at any cost“


There was out of court settlement in all of them. Very shameful and a let down to their followers.
Politics / Re: Supreme Court Upholds Udom And Ikpeazu's Elections by Abagworo(m): 6:20am On Feb 04
After people made enemies fighting for politicians, the politicians make back door settlements using supreme court as front. Jega used the card reader for one purpose and that purpose was achieved. What a waste .

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Politics / Re: 5-Year-Old Boy Hugs Governor Okorocha (Photos)) by Abagworo(m): 9:14pm On Feb 03
penukz2015:
Free education my foot.. Ask those students in IMSU About the fake free education they will educate you more.. # Nigeria in shambles. Pray for Imo [code][/code]

I have more than 30 relatives enjoying free education. Maybe only my family is benefiting.
Politics / Re: 5-Year-Old Boy Hugs Governor Okorocha (Photos)) by Abagworo(m): 9:13pm On Feb 03
meforyou1:
keep quiet pls. Ur lies are so distasteful

Tell me where you are from idiiot. Poor brat keep hating. You will never see any good in life.
Politics / Re: 5-Year-Old Boy Hugs Governor Okorocha (Photos)) by Abagworo(m): 5:02pm On Feb 03
Leopantro:


The state has a specialist hospital which requires specialized equipments to operate. The governor built a private diagnostic center with the specialized equipments, generating revenue not for the state but for his pocket. He then shut down the state hospitals and asked all the doctors. He so dislike doctors that he got some Israelites, non doctors but who read business administration to manage the diagnostic center.
The MRI machine is not working, the CT scan reporting is spurious and lab results are rejected by referring doctors and the center has a high staff turnover rate. As it stands now, no specialist or consultant is resident in that diagnostic center ( I dare you to mention 3).
As if that is not enough, you conceded two of the General hospitals to the same Israelites to manage ( talk about privatization and following due progress)
A state for medical tourism? What happened to the "health at your doorstep" and the 50 ambulances he bought for the state 4 years ago? They have been repainted black for IMO foundation.

Before you reply on the issue of Imo State as a medical tourism state, kindly follow the news tomorrow.

Politicising every issue does not make sense to me. If it was another State that built these kind of hospitals, the same people condemning it will ask why Okorocha can't. Let us always say the truth and appreciate good no matter our tribe, religion or political allegiance.

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