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Politics / Re: Biafra Is A Taboo To We Akwa Ibomite-nigerianvenom by Abagworo(m): 3:38am
Igbos should just seek for Igboland country and leave minorities alone. It disturbs me the way many of the pro-biafran Igbos plan with people who can never trust them. Nigeria has future and is better than a Biafra of Igbo forcing themselves on minorities which will be worse than South Sudan.

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Politics / Re: Niger-delta oil: I Am An IGBO Man From Rivers State... by Abagworo(m): 3:22am
Nothing new here. In Rivers we know Egbema and Asa/Ndoki are Igbos. They were added to Rivers State for administrative purpose. However the issue of non-Igbo-Igbos is related to Opobo, Ikwerre, Ogba, Etche, Omuma and Ndoni. Omuma and Ndoni have 50/50 ethnic allegiance to greater Igbo while the rest have 80% rejection and 15% indifference.
Politics / Re: The Man Called Obiano by Abagworo(m): 3:52pm On Jul 03
Beremx:
I am not from Anambra state,but I won't watch you gullibles treat Obiano the way you have treated Rochas.

Nonsense!!

I am stll amazed at the "hypnocetamol" Jonathan used against them. I need a portion. The whole world including Ijaws analysed Jonathan and concluded he was destroying our institutions and needed to be changed but not in the eyes of these drunk Igbos.
Politics / Re: Transfer Of Boko Haram Prisoners To Anambra: Obiano Lied — Peter Obi by Abagworo(m): 1:14pm On Jul 03
Beremx:
Peter Obi is obviously lying! A man who ordered the klling of MASSOB members during his tenure as governor of Anambra state is an enemy of his people.

Igbos were so manipulated and hypnotised by Jonathan to notice the level of cruelty meted against them. I remember how Biafra Zionist grandfathers were stripped and disgraced. I am yet to see any picture of boko haram grandfathers paraded Unclad.
Politics / Re: Peter Obi & Jonathan Brought Boko Haram Prisoners To Anambra Not Me – Obiano by Abagworo(m): 6:46am On Jul 03
Those who live in denial will equaly deny this. Jonathan and Peter Obi are indeed friends of Igbos. I think its time Igbos really get their sense back and ask what happened in the last regime.

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Politics / Re: CBN Governor Should Be Sacked With Immediate Effect by Abagworo(m): 6:42am On Jul 03
Emefieles job is to cover up the loot of the past Government and I think he has completed it. Time to move on and dispose CBN of corruption.
Travel / Re: Somewhere In Abuja, Have You Ever Pass Through This Expressway? by Abagworo(m): 6:36am On Jul 03
BashirAhmad1:
Hope PMB will leave it as GEJ expressway after he has finish it.

That is the right thing to do. Jonathan had both hood and bad sides like every human and should be honored like all before him.

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Politics / Re: Imo Tribunal: Okorocha May Be Shown Way Out Of Office, Begs Traditional Rulers by Abagworo(m): 6:34am On Jul 03
jcross19:
Headline of the post is confusing compare to the content.

Leave them to keep up with the lies. Opposition is not about lying but about challenging the ruling party to step up positively like APC did to PDP.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:25pm On Jul 02
http://www.channelstv.com/2015/07/02/okoracha-displeased-with-state-of-egbema-power-station-project/

This is one of the federal projects in Imo deliberately abandoned because of this politics of hatred by the Goodluck Jonathan admin against Imo State. The others are Imo State portions of Owerri/PH highway and Nnewi/Okigwe highway. Work went on in all these projects until APGA emerged in 2011 but stopped completely in 2012.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:21pm On Jul 02
Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has expressed displeasure with the slow pace of work at the Egbema Power Station Project site.
Governor Okorocha made the appeal on Wednesday during an inspection of the project in Mmahu, Ohaji Egbema Local Government Area of Imo State, Southeast Nigeria.
He charged contractors handling the project to hasten up work at the site to ensure completion. In response, the contractor said the project was 80 per cent completed, but his declaration was countered by the indigenes who were also not pleased with the pace of work.
However, executives of companies in charge of monitoring and timely completion of the project, the Executive Director (networks) of Niger Delta Power Holding Company (NDPHC), Albert Okorogu and General Manager of the National Integrated Power Plant (NIPP) for Southeast zone, Nkechi Mba, gave reasons for the delay.
The Egbema Power Project was awarded by the former President Olusegun Obasanjo’s administration in 2006 with an installed capacity of 338 megawatts but up till now, the job was less than 60 per cent completed.

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 8:09pm On Jul 02
Chiwude:
You have no point. Tell that to the marines. I have read this script before and that was in 2013. Your plans to always bring my dear state out for public ridicule and delirium has failed. You say you are a friend, yet your actions has always been counterproductive to our general interest. One who is always out to put a knife to the things that binds us (Umuigbo) together is not my brother.
I advice you open an Ikwerre thread where you and Chino can go play with at your leisure time. We are tired of your likes here.

Like I care how you feel. I just wanted to put the records straight and not to appease you. Truth remains the only way foward. Anyone can choose to lie to himself but never Abagworo. Most of the hatred spewed against me, Berem, Oby Ezekwesili and others is simply because we stood for truth.
Politics / Re: Enugu, The Pride Of The East. by Abagworo(m): 8:03pm On Jul 02
ZeroTolerance:
Oga you are just deceiving yourself. So 1 road in the midst of hundreds of bad roads now makes Obollo Afor comparable to PH? Even Enugu city will struggle to compete with PH in that aspect. You asked for the face of Obollo Afor and the Pic I provided is exactly that because that is how 99% of the roads there are.

Government is not all about roads. Roads cost a lot of money but other things can be done to improve life while roads are gradually tackled.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 7:56pm On Jul 02
Chiwude:
Nice post Rare diamonds. If we can all imitate this wonderful guy and show Imo state for what it truly is (like our cultural festivals, tourist attractions and other human development indices) as been done in the Enugu thread then the likes of Chino and Abagworo - the harbinger of ant infested wood- will have no option than carry their disasters to their Fathers houses.
Secondly, who says its only politics that can move the pages of this thread forward? There are so many things to talk about that may even interest the internal divisive agents.
Let's get this thread rolling again.

Please stop mentioning my name along side Chino. I told you that I pay no attention to his rants. You can cross check if I have responded to him either here or in the Anambra thread.

The politics of election is over and Buhari/Okorocha won. I am happy but many are still taking things too personal.

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Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 3:40pm On Jul 02
Chiwude:
All thanks to your friend Abagworo. An effeminate fool who keeps pulling us into confrontation with Chino the accursed.
Tell that Ikwerre dude to carry along with him his insane Igala friend Chino out of our thread for good. We are no longer interested in his hypocritical views again. Igbo unity is non-negotiable.

My only moniker is Abagworo/abagoro and my only confrontation with Chino is the thread of Anambra hating Imo because they have chance of producing President today courtesy of Okorocha. Each time Chino has problem with people he will come to Imo thread to post rubbish. I ignore him and expect other Imolites to do same.
Politics / Re: Investors Raise 500m Euros For Calabar Sea Port Project by Abagworo(m): 3:31pm On Jul 02
Good news. I hope the FG can help with the Calabar-Itu road and then through to Aba and Port Harcourt.

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Politics / Re: El-rufai Declares N90bn Assets, Owns 40 Houses In Abuja, Kaduna - The Union by Abagworo(m): 12:37pm On Jul 02
Abagworo:
Sometimes I do wonder why a man should amass so much wealth. No matter how saintly you proclaim outward having 90billion is the worst sin. He should sell off 3/4th of his wealth and help less priviledged.

The bible acknowleged this fact when the rich man approached Jesus.

Just learnt the news is fake. PDP is trying to disorganise the polity with fake stories. I think Buhari should be brutal with any source of these fake stories. Death penalty will be highly welcome by me.

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Politics / Re: 4 Weeks In Power : Ikpeazu Changing The Face Of Aba Roads_igberetv.com by Abagworo(m): 12:07pm On Jul 02
nwadiuko1:
pls stop this silly tactics of minsinforming the public......otti is from arochukwu.....and he failed in that election

The truth is that there was conspiracy against Ngwa man. I pray Ikpeazu retains the seat so that it will be proven that an Ngwa man would be the best leader out of Abia. That conspiracy is Obvious. Even Abia central is majority Ngwa while Abia North is the head of the conspiracy. Otti is from Abia North and they have near equal population with Ngwa in Aba.

I would have supported Otti if the elections was based on merit but I hate conspiracy.
Politics / Re: I Say, Scrap The Ministers! by Abagworo(m): 11:58am On Jul 02
shachris:
Who else has noticed that since the absence of Ministers in the different ministeries, things seem to be orderly managed.

The ministry of power is working better now. Nigerians now enjoy lesser power outages despite the fact that nothing much has being added to the national Grid.

The education ministry is working. No strikes or talk of it.

almost all the ministry seem to be adequately managed now with better outputs.

The best people to manage the ministries are the permanent secretaries. The have being in those ministeries for a very long time. the know the ins on out of it. The know the problems of the ministeries and How best to address them

Ministers most times are just politicians. The corruption in the systems are brought by them. They play politics with key ministerial functions and budget.

I propose that the perm sec be given more power to formulate policies. Each perm sec reports directly to the National Economic group or the president himself.


Ministers are very dispensable and are the bane of corruption in the system. If we must have them, then their numbers should be reduced.


I agree with you. The truth is that most of these appointments are "thank you" gifts to party members and affiliates. The issue here is finding other ways to appease some of these faithfuls. Most State Givernments refuse to hold LGA elections so that they can use Caretaker to compensate their boys. They change them every 6 months so that it will spread more. All these are the causea of persistent corruption in our system.
Politics / Re: El-rufai Declares N90bn Assets, Owns 40 Houses In Abuja, Kaduna - The Union by Abagworo(m): 11:51am On Jul 02
Sometimes I do wonder why a man should amass so much wealth. No matter how saintly you proclaim outward having 90billion is the worst sin. He should sell off 3/4th of his wealth and help less priviledged.

The bible acknowleged this fact when the rich man approached Jesus.
Politics / Re: Ranking Of Nigerian States By Poverty Rates by Abagworo(m): 5:26pm On Jul 01
SIRTee15:
well, this report basically corroborate similar poverty index reports from world bank and national bureau of statistics.
SW has the lowest poverty rate while NW has the highest, although facts and figures vary.
The various methodologies used in carrying out this reports are always controversial.
white people view poverty from a different angle, they define poverty as a person living on less than two dollars per day and lay emphasis on access to clean water, basic sanitation, quality education and healthcare, infant mortality rate, maternal mortality rate, life expectancy etc
Nigerians view poverty differently and believes poverty eradication has more to do with acquisition of material wealth such as mansions, luxurious cars, private jets; viability of commercial activities; presence of big supermarkets, shopping malls; individuals' purchasing power etc.
This will naturally cause a disagreement among us anytime this reports are released.
However, methodologies follow basic scientific principles which includes universality, reproducibility, testable and tentative.
If your poverty methodology is acceptable in Nigeria but rejected in Japan, then its not scientific and cannot be used to assess poverty.
Until we are a able to produce a universally acceptable methodology on poverty rate, we will continue to abide with theirs'.

Many commentors have little knowledge of these parameters.
Travel / Re: The Only Access Road To Nekede(Owerri)Will Soon Be Washed Away By Erosion (pics) by Abagworo(m): 6:27pm On Jun 30
Erosion menace no easy. I just pity the community. A lot of places in Igboland have this problem and it has always defiled every solution. We need to device means of preventing it in the 1st place maybe by planting trees or allowing natural forest to exist in prone area.

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Politics / Re: Top 5 CIA Assets In Nigeria by Abagworo(m): 6:13pm On Jun 30
Orji Uzor Kalu
Politics / Re: Enugu Son, And Raising Rnb Star Jidenna Performs At BET Awards by Abagworo(m): 6:10pm On Jun 30
I'm his fan. Repping Igboland, Nigeria.
Politics / Re: Traders, Artisans To Shut Anambra Today As FG Relocating 40 Bokoharam by Abagworo(m): 10:28am On Jun 30
warrior01:
Igbos were right for not voting the Daura President after all. Can you imagine, instead of bringing infrastructural development to the East, he chose to bring Boko Haram. The same thing happened when he was chairman of PTF; no infrastructural presence in the East

Please we in Imo State voted him and we are very happy he is righting Jonathan's mess.

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Politics / Re: Eko Atlantic Medical Center by Abagworo(m): 11:18pm On Jun 29
Lol. Was expecting a real picture not generated image. This is still a dream for now.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 6:52pm On Jun 29
Street gate .

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 6:16pm On Jun 29
IGBOPRINCE:
Abagoro or abagworo,hope I spell it well, one good thing about imo state is that,imo land has few red soil compared to some state in the east..

Nice picture though.

Actually the clear white and dark loamy and sandy soil is a spill over from Rivers State and only exists in the lower part of the State. Egbema, Oguta, Ohaji, Owerri and Ngor Okpala. Once you cross Owerri and enter Amakohia or Akabo, the soil suddenly becomes red.

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Politics / Re: Nigerian Doctors Allege Plot To Incite Health Workers Against Buhari by Abagworo(m): 3:17pm On Jun 29
Politics / Nigerian Doctors Allege Plot To Incite Health Workers Against Buhari by Abagworo(m): 3:07pm On Jun 29
Nigerian resident doctors have alleged a plot to instigate
health workers to embark on nationwide strike to frustrate
the Muhammadu Buhari administration.
The National Association of Resident Doctors said
Wednesday in a communique after a meeting in Abuja that
its members have rejected the plan, and were indeed ready
to work with the new government.
“There is also a hatchet plan to set Nigerian doctors against
the new administration of President Muhammadu Buhari
by instigating NARD or NMA to declare a nationwide strike
so that the government will be pressured to attend to their
spurious claims of shortfall in 2015 personnel cost,” the
union said.
The group did not disclose the identity of those behind the
plot.
It pledged to support the administration and work towards
improving healthcare delivery to the Nigerian people, to
curtail foreign medical tourism.
The doctors warned hospital authorities in the country
against selective implementation of directives from the
federal government, with regards to the welfare of medical
and health personnel.
The federal government had in January 2013 directed the
full implementation of all agreements affecting doctors and
non-doctors in all hospitals.
But the union said some hospitals selected the directives
they implemented,in some case, excluding some medical
and dental practitioners.
The association said it will seek justice where such
discrimination exist.
“NARD is not on strike against the new government of
positive change and NARD is NOT going to declare a
nationwide strike against the FG as requested by some
Chief Medical Directors, CMDs,” the communique said.
The association called on the government to capture all
cadres of hospital staff in the Integrated Personnel and
Payment Information System immediately.
It also called for an immediate forensic personnel audit of
all staff in all Federal/State tertiary hospitals and health
institutions.
NARD also called on the government to review personnel
proposal presented by all hospitals for 2015 budget.
It said the measure will determine the immediate and
remote intent for such false proposals in personnel cost.
It suggested that any hospital management found to have
any form of corrupt tendencies should be sanctioned
appropriately.
“NARD resolves that the payment of 10 months arrears of
2014 to be made directly from the Office of the Accountant
General of the Federation (OAGF) to individual
beneficiaries by working closely with the NMA
remuneration committee as we can’t trust most of the
hospital managements in making such payments without
creating unnecessary rancour,” the union said.
The association said it has come to the conclusion that
strike actions in some hospitals are as a result of gross
incompetence, misappropriation, maladministration,
discrimination, administrative corruption and indiscipline
on the part of the hospital managements.
Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 2:32pm On Jun 29
Still moving

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 2:04pm On Jun 29
Still on the move

Politics / Re: Few Pics From Imo State by Abagworo(m): 1:58pm On Jun 29
On the move.

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