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Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by atlwireles: 8:17pm On Nov 30, 2014
Ovamboland:


Thanks for the correction, this is not feasible, however the annual budget is about 4.5 trillion

grin grin grin grin grin Now show us your plan again.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Curlieweed: 8:43pm On Nov 30, 2014
Ovamboland:


Thanks for the correction, this is not feasible, however the annual budget is about 4.5 trillion

Thank you, Sir. I seriously respect your honesty. At least I can see that you're not one of those that argue aimlessly.

Yeah, the 4.5 Billion was a typo, you're right it's 4.5 Trillion
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by laimo(m): 2:05am On Dec 01, 2014
Now I seriously love the APC social welfare ideas for the unemployed,it'll increase productivity and stimulate enterprise,the funds used will be spent in Nigeria,increased consumer spending will help the mechanics, artisans, foodstuffs sellers.

It's a new dawn of hope for Nigerians.

Is there a complete nationalized health insurance scheme?If not,it should be included.
Nigeria will be great again.

Let's leave the ashes of the pdp and step into a new finely bred awakening of the APC. APC good plan,great implementation is our hallmark.
From Lagos to Edo to Imo to Kano to Rivers, great implementation.


I love APC. Finally proud to be a Nigerian.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by DelGardo: 3:28am On Dec 01, 2014
Curlieweed:


Little Maths update:

N5,000 X 25,000,000 = 125,000,000,000 ( that is 125 Billion Naira) or N1.5 Trillion annually. That means that an Apeeshit government (our ancestors forbid the abomination) will be using over 33% of the Federal Budget (caN4.5 billion) to pay people to sit at home doing fcukk all.


According to Sanusi less than 1% of the population consume 25% of our budget. This road map will turn that equation around to provide a social support to the most needy, by plugging this waste. When you factor in stolen 100,000 barrels of crude per day one starts to get the real picture of today's weak budget numbers.

Besides the 25m people stated is the maximum planned, and, everything considered, implementation will likely be phased. So that by the time this limit is reached the economy will likely be bigger than current N4.5trillion budget. The other elements of the road map will also have a ripple effect of our economy... so stop using yesterday's (read PDP's) failed plans for tomorrow (read APC's) solutions.

In my view they should watch out because PDP will steal some of these ideas into their campaign lies... the road map might have been released too soon.

Meanwhile Sai Buhari

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Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by biafranqueen: 8:17am On Dec 01, 2014
mikeansy:


Lol, the South West is smarter than that!

Jonathan's worst records in the last 4years pales in comparison to Buhari's 30years of records

Again I say it as I have said before, the people of South West are too civilised and enlightened to vote a 76year old former Military Dictator as President in 2015. Buhari can go and wake Awolowo from grave and make him his running mate if he likes he still wont win the South West.

APC needs to learn political calculation, they are getting it wrong again!

I wanted an opposition that will give PDP a run for their money but this election is looking like a cakewalk for PDP because of this Buhari nonsense.
grin

Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by major466(m): 8:36am On Dec 01, 2014
Curlieweed:


You get time to dey analyze typical Apeeshit senseless, contradictory, "say-anything" gimmick. They had Tam-Barawo, a Janjawid in sheep's clothing in the House for 4 years and neither he nor the other Apeeshit dogs and baboons saw it fit to even propose any of these "kwarauption" fighting laws. It's only when we are duped into voting them into the executive that they would start earning their pay.
Dem sabi talk no be small. grin
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Gbawe2: 9:24am On Dec 01, 2014
DelGardo:


According to Sanusi less than 1% of the population consume 25% of our budget. This road map will turn that equation around to provide a social support to the most needy, by plugging this waste. When you factor in stolen 100,000 barrels of crude per day one starts to get the real picture of today's weak budget numbers.

Besides the 25m people stated is the maximum planned, and, everything considered, implementation will likely be phased. So that by the time this limit is reached the economy will likely be bigger than current N4.5trillion budget. The other elements of the road map will also have a ripple effect of our economy... so stop using yesterday's (read PDP's) failed plans for tomorrow (read APC's) solutions.


In my view they should watch out because PDP will steal some of these ideas into their campaign lies... the road map might have been released too soon.

Meanwhile Sai Buhari

Not surprising at all that the most analytically intelligent Nairalanders are fans of APC and optimistic supporters of progress for Nigeria while PDP fans/TANdroids are bitter and negative enemies of progress who cannot see good in anything others suggest and would have us persevere with 16 years of abject and criminal leadership failure. This is why I would personally read and respond to this post, which is an example of progressive and solution-driven intelligence, while ignoring the unintelligent and self-righteous drivel of Jonathanians. Constructive criticism is essential in life but entirely illogical and hate-filled criticism is a waste of time no one should entertain or take seriously.

literally many billions of dollars can be released for use on Nigerians, capable of funding a badly-needed welfare scheme for the least-privileged, if we gain a President and government that will shun our patronage system of governance to take all actions in the interest of average Nigerians and spend every kobo on the masses. Everything can work with a pro-people approach a leader like Buhari will bring whereas everything will fail, with even the simplest things appearing terribly complicated, under pro-elite, pro-patronage system and "business as usual" Presidents such as OBJ, GEJ et al. As simple as that.

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Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Nobody: 10:21am On Dec 01, 2014
I posted this in response to a thread by Biafranqueen, and I think it is wise to quote it here
An APC government will not encourage unemployment on the long run but will ONLY provide parliatives while creating jobs for the unemployed(which is what is obtainable in sane society). The 5000 for 25m unemployed will not be an fixed thing as the beneficiaries will drastically reduce in their numbers with time. The purpose is to put food on the table of the unemployed pending the time they are gainfully employed. In other words, it is saying "we are creating jobs for you, but we are to be giving you so and so until you get a job". This is commendable!

On Housing:
There is a difference between "low cost" housing and "affordable" housing. A premium housing could be affordable if the payment plan is friendly to the masses. The keyword is payment plan and not the real value of the property. This is what is obtained globally and its adopted and implemented by Lagos State government. You need to get books on mortgage.

On Education:
Both you and your concocted reports are fraud and liars for saying that books aren't enough. In fact, you should learn how to be a good propagandist. It is on record that Kano State under the leadership of Dr. Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso provides Free education and trainings at all levels, he even go further by sponsoring indigent students abroad and across the Best Schools in Nigeria. In fact, he built lots of academid and training institutions plus a foreign school in Niger to train students in french language in a french environment.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Nobody: 10:22am On Dec 01, 2014
barcanista:
Madam Biafra, you sound ridiculously pained and frustrated. An APC government will not encourage unemployment on the long run but will ONLY provide parliatives while creating jobs for the unemployed(which is what is obtainable in sane society). The 5000 stipends will not be an annual thing as the beneficiaries will drastically reduce in their numbers with time. The purpose is to put food on the table of the unemployed pending the time they are gainfully employed. In other words, it is saying "we are creating jobs for you, but we are to be giving you so and so until you get a job". This is commendable!

On Housing:
There is a difference between "low cost" housing and "affordable" housing. A premium housing could be affordable if the payment plan is friendly to the masses. The keyword is payment plan and not the real value of the property. This is what is obtained globally and its adopted and implemented by Lagos State government. You need to get books on mortgage.

On Education:
Both you and your concocted reports are fraud and liars for saying that books aren't enough. In fact, you should learn how to be a good propagandist. It is on record that Kano State under the leadership of Dr. Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso provides Free education and trainings at all levels, he even go further by sponsoring indigent students abroad and across the Best Schools in Nigeria. In fact, he built lots of academid and training institutions plus a foreign school in Niger to train students in french language in a french environment.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by OYINBOGOJU(m): 10:31am On Dec 01, 2014
ITbomb:
The paper looks good but we can't trust a Jihadist coup plotter or a drug baron to implement all these.

GEJ Till 2019

Do you mean Kashamu?

The PDP South West Leader and Jonathan right hand man.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Gbawe2: 10:41am On Dec 01, 2014
barcanista:
I posted this in response to a thread by Biafranqueen, and I think it is wise to quote it here

I am surprised you continue to have time to waste on bitter enemies of progress who are glorified attention-seekers craving your indulgence of their asinine drivel.

Many , including myself, simply avoided that thread you responded to because if is full of the usual not-so-subtle scaremongering, blatant lies and fraudulently deliberate misinterpretations Jonathanians and TANdroids deploy in the desperate effort to demonize others and get their ultra-failed messiah over the line in 2015. Only fools and crassly ignorant folks, not worth indulging at all, would not understand that genuine reforms, working at even only 20% success, can make a monumental sum of money available to do far more on behalf of the masses.

As one example out of many , who is foolish enough to think our recurrent expenditure , year in year out, has to be as high as 70% (at the expense of pro-people capital spending) if not that it is our politics of elite and AGIP patronage that is entirely responsible for this? Do some appreciate that recurrent expenditure for many developed nation is in single digit i.e under 10%? Is it not the heights of idiocy to talk as if we cannot realistically bring this down drastically with genuine and pro-people political will? GEJ has failed over 5 years to do anything about this deplorable situation but others not as materialistic,corrupt and as beholden to the rapacious elite class as our President is will succeed easily to free up trillions of Naira to spend on what benefit ordinary Nigerians instead of ten planes for one President and private jets for his many cronies and 'partners in crime'. Bro, stop dignifying attention-seekers with what they crave from you the most. I.e your acknowledgement of their senseless and retrogressive garbage. Ignore them and their pathetic threads.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Nobody: 10:55am On Dec 01, 2014
Gbawe2:


I am surprised you continue to have time to waste on bitter enemies of progress who are glorified attention-seekers craving your indulgence of their asinine drivel.

Many , including myself, simply avoided that thread you responded to because if is full of the usual not-so-subtle scaremongering, blatant lies and fraudulently deliberate misinterpretations Jonathanians and TANdroids deploy in the desperate effort to demonize others and get their ultra-failed messiah over the line in 2015. Only fools and crassly ignorant folks, not worth indulging at all, would not understand that genuine reforms, working at even only 20% success, can make a monumental sum of money available to do far more on behalf of the masses.

As one example out of many , who is foolish enough to think our recurrent expenditure , year in year out, has to be as high as 70% (at the expense of pro-people capital spending) if not that it is our politics of elite and AGIP patronage that is entirely responsible for this? Do some appreciate that recurrent expenditure for many developed nation is in single digit i.e under 10%? Is it not the heights of idiocy to talk as if we cannot realistically bring this down drastically with genuine and pro-people political will? GEJ has failed over 5 years to do anything about this deplorable situation but others not as materialistic,corrupt and as beholden to the rapacious elite class as our President is will succeed easily to free up trillions of Naira to spend on what benefit ordinary Nigerians instead of ten planes for one President and private jets for his many cronies and 'partners in crime'. Bro, stop dignifying attention-seekers with what they crave from you the most. I.e your acknowledgement of their senseless and retrogressive garbage. Ignore them and their pathetic threads.
you see the reason for the reesponse is because of public opinion. Well even the 30% capital expenditure is not even expended to capital project in full. In fact, the capital budget performace is less than 40%, meaning only a fraction of what is appropriated for capital project was used for the projects. Over 60% was not used for capital project. Fraudulent government
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:21am On Dec 26, 2020
Gbawe2:


Not surprising at all that the most analytically intelligent Nairalanders are fans of APC and optimistic supporters of progress for Nigeria while PDP fans/TANdroids are bitter and negative enemies of progress who cannot see good in anything others suggest and would have us persevere with 16 years of abject and criminal leadership failure. This is why I would personally read and respond to this post, which is an example of progressive and solution-driven intelligence, while ignoring the unintelligent and self-righteous drivel of Jonathanians. Constructive criticism is essential in life but entirely illogical and hate-filled criticism is a waste of time no one should entertain or take seriously.

literally many billions of dollars can be released for use on Nigerians, capable of funding a badly-needed welfare scheme for the least-privileged, if we gain a President and government that will shun our patronage system of governance to take all actions in the interest of average Nigerians and spend every kobo on the masses. Everything can work with a pro-people approach a leader like Buhari will bring whereas everything will fail, with even the simplest things appearing terribly complicated, under pro-elite, pro-patronage system and "business as usual" Presidents such as OBJ, GEJ et al. As simple as that.
How are we faring now?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:24am On Dec 26, 2020
Gbawe2:


I am surprised you continue to have time to waste on bitter enemies of progress who are glorified attention-seekers craving your indulgence of their asinine drivel.

Many , including myself, simply avoided that thread you responded to because if is full of the usual not-so-subtle scaremongering, blatant lies and fraudulently deliberate misinterpretations Jonathanians and TANdroids deploy in the desperate effort to demonize others and get their ultra-failed messiah over the line in 2015. Only fools and crassly ignorant folks, not worth indulging at all, would not understand that genuine reforms, working at even only 20% success, can make a monumental sum of money available to do far more on behalf of the masses.

As one example out of many , who is foolish enough to think our recurrent expenditure , year in year out, has to be as high as 70% (at the expense of pro-people capital spending) if not that it is our politics of elite and AGIP patronage that is entirely responsible for this? Do some appreciate that recurrent expenditure for many developed nation is in single digit i.e under 10%? Is it not the heights of idiocy to talk as if we cannot realistically bring this down drastically with genuine and pro-people political will? GEJ has failed over 5 years to do anything about this deplorable situation but others not as materialistic,corrupt and as beholden to the rapacious elite class as our President is will succeed easily to free up trillions of Naira to spend on what benefit ordinary Nigerians instead of ten planes for one President and private jets for his many cronies and 'partners in crime'. Bro, stop dignifying attention-seekers with what they crave from you the most. I.e your acknowledgement of their senseless and retrogressive garbage. Ignore them and their pathetic threads.

How many of the ten planes have been sold?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:25am On Dec 26, 2020
I trust the leadership of Buhari to implement this blueprint

How far have we gone with this?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:27am On Dec 26, 2020


Ok APC should show us the maths

Will they borrow money to pay for their programmes? Let them say so!

Will they raise taxes to pay for their programmes? They should also say so clearly.

The electorate needs to know these things in order to make an informed choice!

Basing you economic plan on digging up natural resources and unpredictable oil prices does not sound like a roadmap to me!

The days when people hoodwink Nigerians with platitudes are gone!

Your head was correct, borrow borrow wan kill us now.
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:32am On Dec 26, 2020
Sirniyeh:


Mr Man, relax! Don't mind those educated ignorants who are destined to perish with cluelessness. Nigeria is of the Lord and the fullness thereof, for APC has been anointed to deliver and take to promise land.

All jona-stooges and TANdroids should go and perish

Oga how far? Are things better at your end?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:34am On Dec 26, 2020
Ovamboland:




This social security scheme will cost a mere 1.25 billion monthly which translates to only 15 Billion a year.
And this will give 25 million poor Nigerians some life line to at least manage to live like a human being.
Imagine what all the 50 Billion, 100 Billion, I trillion that disappeared under this government or used for phantom subsidy payment could have done if properly channeled to proper use.

Diezani's private jet bill of 10 Billion within a year could have funded 2/3 of this scheme for 25 million Nigerians, we are really a nation of wasters.


Have you benefited from this?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:36am On Dec 26, 2020
pendy179:


Have you seen the debt profile of the United States compared to other countries in the world?

Why do you think the USA and Lagos both had AA+ ratings by Fitch.

You dont know economics and how debt to potentials ratios are calculated and analyzed. A good and shrewd businessman invest with other people's monies and benefit himself and others. If you don't know ask warren Buffet and Donald Trump.

Lagos has more on ground that is more than its debts 10x over. America has over $1trillion debt and just raise their debt/loan ceiling to take more loan. Can Nigeria with lower debt compare to America ?
Only ignorant people talk about loan taking as a debt, loan is a good source of revenue of it is used for purpose meant and serviced well.


What is your current position on Nigeria's debt profile Sir?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:40am On Dec 26, 2020
laimo:
Now I seriously love the APC social welfare ideas for the unemployed,it'll increase productivity and stimulate enterprise,the funds used will be spent in Nigeria,increased consumer spending will help the mechanics, artisans, foodstuffs sellers.

It's a new dawn of hope for Nigerians.

Is there a complete nationalized health insurance scheme?If not,it should be included.
Nigeria will be great again.

Let's leave the ashes of the pdp and step into a new finely bred awakening of the APC. APC good plan,great implementation is our hallmark.
From Lagos to Edo to Imo to Kano to Rivers, great implementation.


I love APC. Finally proud to be a Nigerian.


How far?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Easternmind(m): 2:42am On Dec 26, 2020
grin grin cheesy
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by JIGIJAGA: 2:43am On Dec 26, 2020
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How well are you faring?
Re: APC: Road Map To A New Nigeria. by Sammy07: 6:14am On Dec 26, 2020
Lolssssss.
I no go talk.

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