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|Politics / Re: Ondo Female Legislator Suspended Over Fetish Objects Possession by Ngwakwe(m): 10:34am|
Traditional Worship is one of the religions practiced in Nigeria according to the constitution. The woman should go to court to challenge the suspension.
Actually she has the right to use those objects provided she is not infringing on peoples right.
Who determines what is fetish, if Legislatures pray in the hallowed chambers why should she not be giving the liberty to hold unto what she believes in. Let's not forget the oaths they swear in secrets before assuming political powers only to claim saints to ordinary people.
Jarus: Too bad. Thought religion has taken away all these. This is one of the reason I don't intend participating in elective politics in Nigeria. Hardly possible not to compromise, if not moral/ethics, it's faith.
|Politics / Re: State Allocations For May, 2013. by Ngwakwe(m): 10:11am|
Poverty is a relative term by the way, the wealth of a people lies with their hardworking, career and trained work force who are ready to take challenges and work without depending on the government.
Remember those cry babies of Fuel Subsidy Removal (instead of fuel voucher distribution per voter), always dependent of what the Government will do for them while contributing less for development of the country.
Provided the South East by extension Ndigbo continues to provide the much needed services in transportation, trade and commerce, import and export, craft and workmanship, education and technology etc, poverty will never have a foothold in the East whilst street begging will remain infinitesimal to say the lest.
Garri the 1st:
|Politics / Re: Let's Have Your Complaints, Suggestions & Enquiries Here by Ngwakwe(m): 9:51am|
OAAM4J, Sexkills or Afam
Escort this thread to the Home Page for Understanding of what the Prof is actually saying in the Village Mourner
|Politics / Re: Soyinka Warns against Instigating Younger Generation by Ngwakwe(m): 9:46am|
The power to decipher the words of the wise-man seems to live with the aged. A situation where we have career barrier creators instead of unifier is becoming pathetic and embarrassing.
The erudite scholar and professor laments the inherent prejudice living with our so called intellectuals and is warning of the dangers in transmitting such to the new generation by the use of internet and social media.
Deep words of wisdom is only advantageous to the wise of this world not necessarily in the books.
My candid advice to the Prof is to speak in plain words as the days of reasoning and power to interpret words are gone with the our fore-fathers.
|Politics / Re: State Allocations For May, 2013. by Ngwakwe(m): 9:03am|
We have allocations that States and their LGAs maintain common purse .
The formula for these allocations in relation to the number of LGAs is mysterious and omirimious to say the lest.
Below is the STATE ALLOCATION FOR MAY 2013
|Politics / Re: State Allocations For May, 2013. by Ngwakwe(m): 8:27am|
From the Allocations received by FG and States according to the figures tabled above, there have been unfair comparison of level of developments between some rich and poor states.
|Politics / Re: State Allocations For May, 2013. by Ngwakwe(m): 8:21am|
Ondo, Edo, Abia, Cross River and Imo State still have lesser allocations in spite of the additional 13% derivation.
What would have been of them without the add.
|Politics / Re: Soyinka Warns against Instigating Younger Generation by Ngwakwe(m): 7:53am|
It's unfortunate that the purpose of his write-up has been misunderstood by few of his kinsmen who ignorantly invoke the spirit of tribalism in their "Must Read Thread"
The Prof is calling for restrain and re-orientation.
|Politics / Soyinka Warns against Instigating Younger Generation by Ngwakwe(m): 7:48am|
|Politics / Re: Why Amaechi Remains Suspended —akpabio Print by Ngwakwe(m): 7:22am|
Seun de try murder names
His lawyer, Mr. Tubotamuno Joystick
|Politics / Re: Soyinka - The Village Mourners - A Must-read Bombshell by Ngwakwe(m): 12:25am|
You may have been ill advised that you imbibe wrong perception of presumed enemy.
But history will condemn those who do not see the opportunity to finding a peaceful solution to ending the unhealthy tribal competition before it is too late.
Jenams: my friend, education is lackin in some of those who pontificate. You've assumed a condescendin posture to midwife an infant entity. You are beyond pity.
|Politics / Re: Soyinka - The Village Mourners - A Must-read Bombshell by Ngwakwe(m): 11:52pm On Jun 19|
From the day the young people go to the
induction center (Nairaland), their life changes.
|Politics / Re: Soyinka - The Village Mourners - A Must-read Bombshell by Ngwakwe(m): 11:41pm On Jun 19|
We have a saying, “If
you’re digging yourself into a hole, the first thing you need to do is stop digging."
Jenams: Like emotional parasites, you feed off others, but you have never learnt to value what others give, or be thereby nourished. I recognize you, atavistic minds. Don't inseminate hate against those whom your pedestrian vision cannot see. (Wole Soyinka, this intelligence of urs is spiritual! I love you)
|Politics / Re: Has Poverty Level Reduced....?acn Asks Jonathan by Ngwakwe(m): 10:45pm On Jun 19|
According to UN
|Politics / Re: Nnaji’s Power Generating Firm Begins Operation In Aba by Ngwakwe(m): 5:20pm On Jun 19|
Live and let live.
Everybody who has vision and passion to return Aba to its past glory is what we need even if he/she is a Yoruba or Hausa who live and do business in the State.
But in a free and fair election, Ngwa has the number, any day to govern Aba.
I will never forget the days when Nnanna Ukegbu was Aba LGA Chairman when he took development to the next level.
|Politics / Re: Troops In Mali Haven't Been Paid For 3 Months - Premium Times by Ngwakwe(m): 2:49pm On Jun 19|
You are not making any sense at all, keep your little knowledge to yourself and refrain from writing out of nothing
|Politics / Re: Let's Have Your Complaints, Suggestions & Enquiries Here by Ngwakwe(m): 2:38pm On Jun 19|
OAM4J, Sexkill or Afam4eva
Push this thread to home page
Nigeria Honoured for Reducing Hunger
|Politics / FAO Honours Nigeria, Others For Reducing Hunger by Ngwakwe(m): 2:35pm On Jun 19|
FAO honours Nigeria, others for reducing hunger
FROM the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has come honour for Nigeria and 37 other nations for reducing the number of people living in absolute hunger in their countries by half, well ahead of international targets for the year 2015.
Nigeria is getting there under GEJ, one step at a time.
|Politics / Re: Nnaji’s Power Generating Firm Begins Operation In Aba by Ngwakwe(m): 11:20am On Jun 19|
Okija Juju, Okija, Okija,
You have lost your principles and only make comments to generate Likes on Nairaland.
1. We all recharge our call/gprs bills. We still have alternatives in Power(KVA) as in Solar, Generators and Batteries.
2. FG is not stopping Amaechi from generating Power, Peter Odili was never stopped by OBJ and if Amaechi wants to continue in generating Power, he can sell it to Discos with specific instruction on distributing it in Rivers State.
Okija_juju: So why wouldnt the FG allow Amaechi do the same thing in Rivers State?!
Okija_juju: Next complaint::: High Electricity bills..
|Politics / Re: Why Nigerians Will Continue To Insult Goodluck Jonathan by Ngwakwe(m): 10:59am On Jun 19|
You should rather correct your title to:
"Why South West Opposition will Definitely and Continually Champion Curses & Insults On GEJ Irrespective Of His Policies"
|Politics / Re: Troops In Mali Haven't Been Paid For 3 Months - Premium Times by Ngwakwe(m): 10:47am On Jun 19|
I know that Armed Forces receive their monthly cheque after it has been credited in their different bank accounts. Secondly, their payment is collectively paid irrespective of where you are, be it on leave, international duty, special task / assignment etc.
I presume the Soldiers are talking about their added allowances for the special assignment of which the payment lies solely with the Ecowas or United Nation as the case may be.
Withdrawal of your wages is solely dependent on the individual soldier.
|Politics / Re: Tinubu Embarrassed In Dubai For Associating With Buhari by Ngwakwe(m): 9:52pm On Jun 18|
Ekwueme is not the chief executive but deputising as in delegated authority.
The reference he was pointing out is that any failure of Shagarri's govt and the corresponding punishment should be borne by Shagarri.
OBj recently accepted responsibility for all his administration failure when Oby Ezekwesili was accused of double dealing.
Putting Shagarri under house arrest while imprisoning Ekwueme is an abnormality that calls to question Buhari's sense of judgement and impartiality.
|Politics / Re: Let's Have Your Complaints, Suggestions & Enquiries Here by Ngwakwe(m): 9:08pm On Jun 18|
Had this been titled Igbo leaders, you wouldn't have the courage to correct it to S/East PDP?
I'm not against the correction you effected but just to point out your cowardice and jittery when confronted by S/West goons against the legitimate.
Afam4eva: @Sincere 9gerian
|Politics / Re: Pdp To Fire National Chairman by Ngwakwe(m): 2:03am On Jun 18|
The same can be said of the SW that had their son nominated for No 4 person / Speaker of NASS, only for his kinsmen to sell it in the game of outdated opposition politics. Playing second fiddle to the North.
Whilst at it, S/W caucus and Afanifere went to Abuja shouting marginalisation in Federal appointment.
Eko Ile: Funny enough, the chairmanship possition was zoned to the SE and they held that position almost four times, but do to ibo on ibo infighting and back stabbing, the north punked them out of the powerful chairmanship position...
|Politics / Re: INEC Demands Copies Of APC Constitution And Manifesto by Ngwakwe(m): 5:12pm On Jun 17|
Why quote me without reference to what I pointed out.
APGA doesn't have two factions and was never in the merger talk. Rochas Okorocha is not APGA but a Governor under APGA.
a section of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.
|Politics / Re: Lesson For Nigeria: ‘SMEs Part Of Germany’s Success Secret’ by Ngwakwe(m): 2:54pm On Jun 17|
This should be a great lesson for Greece, Spain, Italy, Cyprus and Northern Ireland.
As for Nigeria, our politician told us to exercise some patience, that they are still learning after 14 years of our new republic.
The NASS has nothing to offer in terms of economic development proposals and passing enabling laws to protect micro economic developments from fraudsters. The judiciary are still acquitting criminals while the Executive has lost the actual formula that is indigenous to Nigerian Climate.
School no be books.
|Politics / Re: Monkeys & Their Handlers Arraigned For Robbery by Ngwakwe(m): 2:32pm On Jun 17|
Forget about were it happened. Those monkeys are robbers, it happened time without number in Owerri.
People nearly mob those mallams.but it seems they were beckoned to refund the money.
Sunnycliff: Finally, the western craze has gripped our judicial system over the arrests of animals as suspects. Quite hilarious
|Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Chief On A 3-month Hunger Strike Over State Of School by Ngwakwe(m): 2:23pm On Jun 17|
Is there any evidence to prove that this building is a school that is still in use?
|Politics / Re: Images Of What The Propose 4th Mainland Bridge Will Look Like by Ngwakwe(m): 2:10pm On Jun 17|
But where is the toll gate?
ipasco: the pictures are not uploading
|Politics / Re: Akwa Ibom Chief On A 3-month Hunger Strike Over State Of School by Ngwakwe(m): 1:59pm On Jun 17|
Igbo people are great.
How come this Igbo man Chief Peter Nduche, a village head in Ikot Ubo, Nsit Ibium Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State is crying of marginalisation in another man's city.
Anyway, he should report to T. A. Orji or Peter Obi for assistance.
|Politics / Re: Wamakko, Amaechi’s Suspension Costly Mistake – Lamido by Ngwakwe(m): 1:51pm On Jun 17|
Lamido, you have spoken well but it is shameful that Nigeria lack credible alternative.
Anyway, come 2015 our votes must count in a free and fair election.
|Politics / Re: Images Of What The Propose 4th Mainland Bridge Will Look Like by Ngwakwe(m): 1:42pm On Jun 17|
The toll gate never ready
slimming: i can't see any pictures bros.
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