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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by prettyboi1989(m): 6:45pm On Feb 18, 2015
this woman dey yarn balls. its like make commissioner of police come tok say dem lack capacity to prevent crime. he deserves to be sacked for that statement. dats shows sign of failure on the job. same goes to iya jingin.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by rhames: 6:55pm On Feb 18, 2015
Mention:
Abuja – The Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said on Tuesday that corruption persisted in the country because Nigeria lacked the institutions, systems and processes to prevent it.

Okonjo-Iweala made this known when she spoke on the Topic: `Preventing Leakages in the Nigerian Economy` at the Catholic Caritas Foundation Forum in Abuja.

According to her, the absence of the relevant systems and institutions that will help check corruption has created opportunities for people to engage in the act.

“This thing has been with us and we must crack it. This is not something that started in this country today; but it is something that we must crack.

“Fundamentally, we have to ask ourselves, why has this continued to be a problem; I am convinced that it is because we constantly look at the symptoms and not the cause of the disease.

“The cause of the disease is we don’t have in place the institutions, the systems and the processes to block and prevent it in the first place.
“That’s the only difference between us and the people abroad.`

The minister assured that people would be compelled to do the right thing always if the appropriate systems were in place to block and prevent corruption.

She urged youths in the country to ask the relevant questions that would help tackle corruption in the country.
She said: “This is so important now because of technology and I am a total fan of the use of technology and electronic platforms to block the leakages in this country.

“We must use them the way they are being used in other countries.“
Okonjo-Iweala said that the introduction of the Government Integrated Financial Management System (GIFMS) had helped to reduce physical movement of cash to make payments and curb corruption.

She said that the Integrated Personnel Payment System had also helped government to remove ghost workers from the system and save money in the process.

She said, “We have been able to weed out about 62,893 ghost workers till date saving N208.7 billion and we have not finished in the system. That is addressing the root cause.“

The minister said that the names of the persons found to be involved in the act had been sent to the ICPC for further action.
OKonjo-Iweala said that through the electronic wallet system introduced by the Ministry of Agriculture, government had been able to reduce corruption in fertilizer distribution in the country.

According to her, 10.5 million farmers have been registered under the system with more than 6 million being able to access the product personally.

This, she said, had contributed to increased food production.
The minister said that with the creation of the Pension Transmission Administration Department as demanded by law, issues with old pension were being handled systematically
She said that 14 people were presently under trial for various pension scams in the country.

Commenting on the outcome of the forensic Audit on the alleged 20 billion dollars missing oil money, she said the ministry had written to the NNPC asking it to remit the amount as directed by the auditors. (NAN)


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When the citizens of other countries attend Harvard or any Ivy league tertiary institution, they always make a great positive impact on their home economies. But when a Nigerian comes back from any Ivy League school and end up in government,he or she will run the country aground and start spitting ash about achievements not worth the mention and end up running a corruption ring in that same government/administration.

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by blezynetym(f): 7:02pm On Feb 18, 2015
WHY THEY WANT JONATHAN TO GO BY ALL MEANS
(Jonathan Must Leave By All Means: And Why Opposition Leaders Are Crying Loud.)

Chidi Cali, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom and Posted by Chima Daniels (SHARE)
Some of the decision of President Goodluck Jonathan has not gone down well with some of leaders and Moneybags of APC, as he closed some of their sources of defrauding Nigeria.

READ AND BE WISE.
1] Majority of the Oil Blocks license in Nigeria will be expiring in few months and many of them are scared that President Jonathan might not renew their licence. They want him out by all means to retain the Oil blocks license.

2] They were hurt President Jonathan ended their subsidy fraud. Govt reduced the payment from N1.4Trillion in 2011 to less than N400Billion in 2013 and yet their is no scarcity of Fuel in the last 3 years.

3] Jonathan sold off NEPA and ended their fraudulent NEPA contracts. Now local and International companies are building their power plants to stabilize Power. They will not use any NEPA staff to put SALT on our Power plants again to put everyone in darkness.

4] Jonathan removed 57,000 ghost workers and 43,756 Ghost Pensioners from civil service and reduce their wealth. These rogues are using their wealth to pay newspapers, Online media blogs to be lying and sharing propaganda against the President. The Ignorants joined them to shout CHANGE. Are they changing to re-employ the removed Ghost workers or the Pensioners. Be warned about the CHANGE they want you to Vote For.

5] The President handed NPA verification to a third party and eliminated port frauds. They do not benefit anymore, by dubiously seizing People goods and turning round to buy them in Auction. It is now 24 hours operation and surveillance giving no room for their agents to steal or frustrate Importers. They want their evil reign to return. That is their CHANGE.

6] The cabals were hurt when Jonathan blocked their monopoly of fertilizer distribution and now supply straight to real farmers at a discounted prices. Farmers do not go through Ward chairmen, Party Excos, Politicians or any 'Timber and Caliber' to get Fertilizer.

7] They want Jonathan out by all means, he blocked their hoarding of petroleum product and stopped Nigerians from sleeping at filling stations and many roasted alive in any event of fire outbreak in filling stations. Their black market business has been destroyed by Jonathan's proper management of the
supply of these Products and because of this, they ruled that he has failed. Jonathan did not fail Honest Nigerians, but he failed the Oil Profiteers and thieves.

8] Jonathan's re-introduction of One-man-one-vote did not go down well with them. With Soldiers, Police, Secret Police, Civil Defense at Polling Units, Ballot box snatching and stuffing is now a thing of the past. They made you to believe that Jonathan has failed because Polling units are no more in people's seating room. You forget that the President Party won only in 1 of the 4 governorship election conducted when started his tenure in 2011. Imo - APGA, Anambra - APGA, Edo - APC, Osun - APC, Ekiti - PDP. This will NEVER happen during OBJ government.

9] They want Jonathan out of office because they are aware that the 2016 Census will correct the Population lies imposed on Nigerians over 60 years ago. They are MAD that Jonathan will conduct electronic census, where only Human beings will be counted and zero chance of one person counted twice. THIS IS THE CHANGE YOU ARE HEARING.

10] They want Jonathan out of office by all means because, in 2016, Jonathan will stop the situation where a Child from Oyo state will be expected score 129Marks to enter Federal Govt Colleges (Unity schools), while another child from Kebbi is expected to score only 2 Marks to enter the same school. A young man from Osun state is expected to score 190 In Jamb to have opportunity of a University, while his friends from Sokoto is sure of admission, even if he scores zero. It is a SHAME that young people that Jonathan is fighting for and ensuring to bring a fair Nigeria for all of us, is now brainwashed, fed with lies and and some of them are attacking the man that is fighting for them and their generations to come. USE YOUR HEAD AND THINK..

11] Nigeria grows its food now, trains are running, our Airports are of international standard, Our roads are safer and motorable, University funding doubled and more Build to admit more Jambites, Our street children in the North (Almajiri) are given opportunity to learn and live in comfortable school Hostels and eating good food, not left-overs, 13 local Motor assembling and Manufacturing company relocates to Nigeria, 9 Local and International Power companies building their power plants since last year to improve of electricity need.

ONE WILL ASK, WHAT CHANGE ARE THESE PEOPLE TALKING ABOUT?
Jonathan has shown Nigerians what real democracy supposed to be. He is not killing or jailing his opponents or those that insulted him in the Media cannot be seen as a weakness, but his respect to the law and life. He never sent anyone to prison for a mere allegation of corruption with prove. He allowed them fair and independent hearing by those charged with this responsibility. These shows his Meek spirit and understanding that he cannot build a better Nigeria alone and that we need every hands in deck to achieve a bigger, better, prosperous and peaceful Nigeria.

The most important of the all this attack is the constitutional conference.They do not want the decision in the constitutional conference that will see equity in Nigeria to see the light of the day.
God Bless Nigeria. It is your Choice.
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Former President Obasanjo/Atiku had 8 years but couldn't fix power!!! Fashola and Tinubu had 16 years in lagos they couldn't fix all the roads in lagos and couldnt give lagosians portable water to mention but few. GEJ has spent 5 years + as President of over 170m people and they want him to overnight turn Nigeria into a paradise. They call him names, Clueless, Foolish, some even said he is stupid e.t.c. But...

(1) He built 150 almajiri schools. Yet Goodluck is bad.

(2) He revived railway that was in comatose for over 28yrs. Lagos-Kano route,Lagos-Southern Ogun air condition train route, Ajaokuta-Warri standard gauge route, PH-Enugu airconditioned train route, PH Maiduguri train route, Kaduna intra- city train routes,Makurdi-PH airconditioned train route, Abuja- Kaduna standard gauge route. Work on Lagos-Ibadan standard guage route ongoing. And about to kickstart Lagos-Calabar coastal railway route. Yet Goodluck is bad.

(3) He established 12 federal universities.Yet Goodluck is bad. Massive road reconstruction across the country(25000km). Benin-Ore road, Abuja-Lokoja expressway, Enugu-Abakaliki, Onitsha-Owerri road, Kaduna-Maiduguri road, East-West road, Parts of PH-Enugu road &Lagos-Ibadan 8-lane road ongoing. Yet Goodluck is bad.

(4 ) Construction of 2nd Niger Bridge is ongoing..Yet Goodluck is bad.

( 5) He dredged River Niger..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(6) Improved power supply from 2500mw to almost 5000mw and implanted 10 new power plants..Yet Goodluck is bad.

( 7) He revived the automobile industry with the new automobile policy spurring Nissan & Hyundai e.t.c to assemble/produce cars in Nigeria and the emergence of Indigenous automobile company the INNOSON group now producing locally made in Nigeria cars, SUVs and trucks known as the IVM motors First in the history of Nigeria, She joined the commodity of car manufacturing countries..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(cool He remodelled airports to international standard,built five new airport terminals in PH, Lagos,Kano, Abuja & Enugu. First in the history of Nigeria, the East now have an international airport..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(9 ) He signed freedom of information(FOI) bill past leaders refused to sign..Yet Jonathan is bad.

(10) He revamped the agricultural sector. Nigeria now the largest producer of cassava in the world with 45million metric tonnes-FAO, the largest exporter of cassava chips to China and have unprecedented 60% sufficient in rice production.Yet Goodluck is bad.

(11) He gave women 35% affirmative to women participation in governance which saw the emergence of Muktar as the first ever female Chief Justice of Nigeria.. Yet Goodluck is bad.

(12) He was able to contain the outbreak of Ebola disease..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(13) No more long queues at filling stations..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(14) Nigeria manufacture her first ever locally made drone..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(15) He signed local content act. Nigeria now have 400 tankers transporting crude oil.Previously it was 60 tankers. Yet Goodluck is bad.

(16) His government recorded an unprecedented achievement insports, best sporting performance in the history of this country..Yet
Goodluck is bad.

(17) Nigeria is now the largest economy in Africa and the 3rd fastest growing economy in the world after China and Qatar--CNN..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(18) He made it possible for Nigeria to conduct the most free, fair &credible election in the history of the country (2011 election). Yet Goodluck is bad.

(19) He does not interfere with the electoral and judicial system. Elections in Imo, Anambra,Osun, Ondo and Edo are examples. In the history of Nigeria, is only in his government the opposition controlled large number of states and controlled greater number of seats in the National Assembly..Yet Goodluck is bad.

(20) Under his government,political assassination and assassination of high profile Nigerians is now a thing of the past. Who killed Dele Giwa, Bola Ige, Funsho Williams, Marshall Harry, Aminisoari Dikibo,Alfred Rewane, Ken Saro Wiwa, Kudirat Abiola,NBA chairman Barnabas Igwe and his wife Abigail Igwe? In
whose governments were all these murdered? I can go on and give you about 100 high profile political assassination in Obasanjo's civilian rule alone..Yet President Goodluck Jonathan is bad and so unacceptable to you.

(21) GEJ approved 2,564 vehicles for police for free and fair elections and some bad eggs still complain that he is not working.

Buhari believes that his religion is superior to other religions and that Koran supersedes our constitution. In 2001, he gave his total support for Sharia with this statement: “I will continue to show openly and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping all over Nigeria. God willing, we will not stop the agitation for the total implementation of the Sharia in the country.”- M. Buhari (August 27, 2001)
He made the above statement after he had gone to BBC Hausa Service to condemn the then Vice President, Atiku Abubakar for urging Muslims states who adopted Sharia to return to the status quo.

If you think that these statements mean nothing, then envision what would happen if a notable Christian political leader from the south make the same statement about spreading Christianity across Nigeria.
Prior to the 2003 elections, he made another shocking statement: “Muslims should only vote those who will promote Islam. We are more than the Christians if you add our Muslim brothers in the West.”- M. Buhari (2003)

WE HAVE A DREAM THAT ONE DAY NIGERIANS WILL BE JUDGED NOT BY THE DIALECT THEY SPEAK BUT BY THE CONTENT OF THEIR CHARACTER. We hereby challenge anybody to bring forward the achievements of Buhari, Babangida, Abacha and Obasanjo all together.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by fromnigeria(m): 7:05pm On Feb 18, 2015
Don't say:
We lack the capacity to prevent Corruption in Nigeria.

Say:
This administration lacks the capacity to fight corruption.





Call a spade a spade.

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Youngzedd(m): 7:10pm On Feb 18, 2015
felai:
Nigeria my COUNTRY.
Corruption seems like a virus in our blood already, both young and old, poor and rich. It goes beyond political inclination cos it has eaten very deep into every sector and department of our federal institutions/parastatal/ministries.

I think the change we so much desire should start with YOU.
VALUE RE-Orientation irrespective of your religion or political affiliation


Chop knuckle.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by keat: 7:35pm On Feb 18, 2015
Madam corruption already cover your body sorry oh!! please, seek for deliverance from the infected bro jona government corruption

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by keat: 7:41pm On Feb 18, 2015
Corruption is a bastard disease
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by ayindejimmy(m): 7:58pm On Feb 18, 2015
eph12:
Some people have vowed not to see sense in what others do forgetting that one day you'll need others to see sense in what you're doing.
We see things the way we are, not the way things are.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by tushbobo(m): 8:14pm On Feb 18, 2015
Another reason to vote out this govt.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by omolami: 8:17pm On Feb 18, 2015
Well done Ngozi Iweala,and thank God for Jonathan.This govy os really working.Fighting corruption is not by parading alledged culprits on TV with noice making like Obasanjo.It is not by making retrogresive laws to humiliate people with long term years in jail.Please Jonathan continue to teach them.God bless our president and his ministers
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by InvertedHammer: 8:35pm On Feb 18, 2015
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If there is anything GEJ's government is good at, it is finding EXCUSES!

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by freshdude99(m): 8:47pm On Feb 18, 2015
slimfit1:


First of all I'm not an opposition get that right into your pepper soup brains.

Secondly, I am a Nigerian citizen a concerned citizen and a patriotic one never been payed by anyone compared to some of you.

Thirdly, Young man come up with your own comprehension. I'm expressing myself, express yourself I'm not an English teacher , I can never be English do you want me to use my language to write maybe you would understand that better.
Here he goes again... Hiding under the normal umbrella of a concerned citizen my foot
"Secondly, I am a Nigerian citizen a concerned citizen and a patriotic one never been payed by anyone compared to some of you." #storyforthegods

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Scholes007(m): 8:59pm On Feb 18, 2015
people comment with reading here since time immemorial
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by billyG(m): 10:05pm On Feb 18, 2015
Iamsynord:
Lols
PDP and Goodluck jonathan campaigns be like
Everywhere I go ..people say my administration has failed..Security f9 ,Jobs f9 ,roads f9, wife f9,agriculture f9.Nigerians are saying my administration as the President is below par and I have failed woefully.
Fine .I agree. But remember Nigerians,when a student fails,he is asked to repeat.My beloved people, Repeat me for four years .I have failed u and the development courses u have given me .I an ready to retake it..I take this repetition as a punishment for my failure.
Vote for Good luck Jonathan. Repeat him .Lols
Tufiakwa!a phd holder who continue 2 fail his exams is expel.#goback2otuoke#

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by EzeeYFB(m): 10:06pm On Feb 18, 2015
Mention:
Abuja – The Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said on Tuesday that corruption persisted in the country because Nigeria lacked the institutions, systems and processes to prevent it.

Okonjo-Iweala made this known when she spoke on the Topic: `Preventing Leakages in the Nigerian Economy` at the Catholic Caritas Foundation Forum in Abuja.

According to her, the absence of the relevant systems and institutions that will help check corruption has created opportunities for people to engage in the act.

“This thing has been with us and we must crack it. This is not something that started in this country today; but it is something that we must crack.

“Fundamentally, we have to ask ourselves, why has this continued to be a problem; I am convinced that it is because we constantly look at the symptoms and not the cause of the disease.

“The cause of the disease is we don’t have in place the institutions, the systems and the processes to block and prevent it in the first place.
“That’s the only difference between us and the people abroad.`

The minister assured that people would be compelled to do the right thing always if the appropriate systems were in place to block and prevent corruption.

She urged youths in the country to ask the relevant questions that would help tackle corruption in the country.
She said: “This is so important now because of technology and I am a total fan of the use of technology and electronic platforms to block the leakages in this country.

“We must use them the way they are being used in other countries.“
Okonjo-Iweala said that the introduction of the Government Integrated Financial Management System (GIFMS) had helped to reduce physical movement of cash to make payments and curb corruption.

She said that the Integrated Personnel Payment System had also helped government to remove ghost workers from the system and save money in the process.

She said, “We have been able to weed out about 62,893 ghost workers till date saving N208.7 billion and we have not finished in the system. That is addressing the root cause.“

The minister said that the names of the persons found to be involved in the act had been sent to the ICPC for further action.
OKonjo-Iweala said that through the electronic wallet system introduced by the Ministry of Agriculture, government had been able to reduce corruption in fertilizer distribution in the country.

According to her, 10.5 million farmers have been registered under the system with more than 6 million being able to access the product personally.

This, she said, had contributed to increased food production.
The minister said that with the creation of the Pension Transmission Administration Department as demanded by law, issues with old pension were being handled systematically
She said that 14 people were presently under trial for various pension scams in the country.

Commenting on the outcome of the forensic Audit on the alleged 20 billion dollars missing oil money, she said the ministry had written to the NNPC asking it to remit the amount as directed by the auditors. (NAN)


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ouch
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Nobody: 10:13pm On Feb 18, 2015
Not only that, when people report corrupt practices listen to them and do something. The minister should do something about that first because that country is going down the drainage.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Ogozirim: 12:21am On Feb 19, 2015
Scenario1: A Nigerian abroad maintains the queue, does not attempt to bribe, does not even have the opportunity to.

Scenario2: Same Nigerian returns to Nigeria and is very willing to voluntarily provide inducements to advance his course, jumps queues and breaks protocol, having a mindset that with the right price, everything is possible.

Is the change in attitude attributable only to the person or does the system contribute?

Will a foreigner, for instance, a European, act differently in same circumstances?
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by franciskaine(m): 1:04am On Feb 19, 2015
Mention:
Abuja – The Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said on Tuesday that corruption persisted in the country because Nigeria lacked the institutions, systems and processes to prevent it.

Okonjo-Iweala made this known when she spoke on the Topic: `Preventing Leakages in the Nigerian Economy` at the Catholic Caritas Foundation Forum in Abuja.

According to her, the absence of the relevant systems and institutions that will help check corruption has created opportunities for people to engage in the act.

“This thing has been with us and we must crack it. This is not something that started in this country today; but it is something that we must crack.

“Fundamentally, we have to ask ourselves, why has this continued to be a problem; I am convinced that it is because we constantly look at the symptoms and not the cause of the disease.

“The cause of the disease is we don’t have in place the institutions, the systems and the processes to block and prevent it in the first place.
“That’s the only difference between us and the people abroad.`

The minister assured that people would be compelled to do the right thing always if the appropriate systems were in place to block and prevent corruption.

She urged youths in the country to ask the relevant questions that would help tackle corruption in the country.
She said: “This is so important now because of technology and I am a total fan of the use of technology and electronic platforms to block the leakages in this country.

“We must use them the way they are being used in other countries.“
Okonjo-Iweala said that the introduction of the Government Integrated Financial Management System (GIFMS) had helped to reduce physical movement of cash to make payments and curb corruption.

She said that the Integrated Personnel Payment System had also helped government to remove ghost workers from the system and save money in the process.

She said, “We have been able to weed out about 62,893 ghost workers till date saving N208.7 billion and we have not finished in the system. That is addressing the root cause.“

The minister said that the names of the persons found to be involved in the act had been sent to the ICPC for further action.
OKonjo-Iweala said that through the electronic wallet system introduced by the Ministry of Agriculture, government had been able to reduce corruption in fertilizer distribution in the country.

According to her, 10.5 million farmers have been registered under the system with more than 6 million being able to access the product personally.

This, she said, had contributed to increased food production.
The minister said that with the creation of the Pension Transmission Administration Department as demanded by law, issues with old pension were being handled systematically
She said that 14 people were presently under trial for various pension scams in the country.

Commenting on the outcome of the forensic Audit on the alleged 20 billion dollars missing oil money, she said the ministry had written to the NNPC asking it to remit the amount as directed by the auditors. (NAN)


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too much stories! The only workable and serious panacea towards fighting corruption is by punishing offenders, that will serve as a deterrent to others. Fighting corruption or preventing corruption through technology is a fools adventure, after all, these technologies will be manned and operated by human beings. In a world were people will deliberately create viruses to shut down your technology.

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by drey076(m): 2:48am On Feb 19, 2015
Dat is y we need d pple's general
Sai baba joor
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Ovamboland(m): 5:03am On Feb 19, 2015
kaboninc:


Ah ha....you again.

If you claim her statement is senseless, then what about you? Don't you think you couldn't get her message which was in clear and simple English? Don't you think also that your post here is senseless? The answers will depend on how you understand these statements from her:



Birds of same slow plume flock together, only people like you will find sense in the nonsense listed by the minister. How has the government of which she is coordinating minister handled and developed the institutions, Police, EFCC, ICPC handed over to them? Have they sent in any bill to improve and make more effective the laws guiding the operations of these bodies with a view of making them more effective? Has any bill been pushed by this government to make punishment for stealing or corruption stiffer? Who rushed to pardon a convicted looter, convicted by the so-called non-existent institution.

Has this government made any effort to recover any stolen funds or we should accept it as gone forever so the looter can share and enjoy it?

Of all the humongous heist that has taken place under this government which one has been diligently prosecuted by any of the above listed institutions? who has been using the police, Army and other national institutions to settle personal scores and hound opposition and newspaper distributors?

Who will run the technology systems, are they not Nigerians, it is in Government 101 that any authority must show the will to enforce it's laws on ALL citizens.

And she comes here to spew nonsense and fellow slow TANoids lick the putrid vomit and regurgitate like their follow-follow president who is always repeating what the CJN said about stealing not corruption, what FRSC told him goods roads lead to more accident, whether it makes sense or not.

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by MistadeRegal(m): 7:44am On Feb 19, 2015
Can you hear her? The youth should ask questions! Questions that will never be answered or which?

THE MEDICINE TO CORRUPTION IS TO STOP BEING SELFISH, GREEDY AND GLUTTONOUS!

Like if I'm right. Share if I'm wrong.

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Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by kaboninc(m): 10:08am On Feb 19, 2015
Ovamboland:


Birds of same slow plume flock together, only people like you will find sense in the nonsense listed by the minister. How has the government of which she is coordinating minister handled and developed the institutions, Police, EFCC, ICPC handed over to them? Have they sent in any bill to improve and make more effective the laws guiding the operations of these bodies with a view of making them more effective? Has any bill been pushed by this government to make punishment for stealing or corruption stiffer? Who rushed to pardon a convicted looter, convicted by the so-called non-existent institution.

Has this government made any effort to recover any stolen funds or we should accept it as gone forever so the looter can share and enjoy it?

Of all the humongous heist that has taken place under this government which one has been diligently prosecuted by any of the above listed institutions? who has been using the police, Army and other national institutions to settle personal scores and hound opposition and newspaper distributors?

Who will run the technology systems, are they not Nigerians, it is in Government 101 that any authority must show the will to enforce it's laws on ALL citizens.

And she comes here to spew nonsense and fellow slow TANoids lick the putrid vomit and regurgitate like their follow-follow president who is always repeating what the CJN said about stealing not corruption, what FRSC told him goods roads lead to more accident, whether it makes sense or not.

These are strong words bro.

Did you forget that she served in a government that created the ICPC and EFCC. But you also forget that her office is responsible for spearheading the various pension reforms of various government agencies. You must have forgotten that her office is responsible for ensuring transparency and openness in disbursing subsidy payments. You must not know too that her office is responsible for ensure proper implementation of budgets at the Federal Level.

I do not want to engage you with insults or use mean words on you. You asked a question on whether the government has made any effort to recover any stolen funds or we should accept it as gone forever so the looter can share and enjoy it?
How about the Bank Thieves, The Pension Thief? The Subsidy Thieves?

By the way, who is your best alternative?
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by princejayboss: 10:34am On Feb 19, 2015
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Well if you want to wash you start from the top of your head not from your leg. I totally understand that but it the same people that will use guns and army to treating us.[

Corruption can never if we permit these same group that has been there since the creation of naija... Let me tell you one fact... Do you know that about 90% of our rulers have been in the system for so long that we can not remember either direct or indirectly... Name them either their father, uncle , sis , inlaw have been there ... Think of david mark and co... Just few people were given the chance to come in like GEJ... This poo happens not just in naija but the states too... Its all about the bushs, the clintons, the kennedys, obama is having a period of ungovernable state now just as the opposition party openly promised him
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by princejayboss: 10:55am On Feb 19, 2015
hensben:
I disagree with you..it has to start with the government..they started it and tell the masses not to wait for them, they should engage in anything but they didnt provide basic amenities like electricity for the masses to strive. Reason we have ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES in our society like kidnapping, thuggery, baby factory, yahoo yahoo, assassins, drug trafficking...naija don cast for diaspora cos of illegal things our people dey do for there.


Bro we fail to understand our main problem, a ll Nigerian youth blame the Government for everything. Let me tell you this...

Am grateful to God to witness to parts life... I had my university education in nigeria as an industrial physicist before going to the states then to Israel and germany to have higher CV in nuclear physics... On the course of this i came to understand that Nigerian graduates dont want little beginning like from level one to level two, all of want to have huge wages over night without wanting to climb the lather .

NIGERIA has a huge number if graduates. I found out that only 35% of youths go to college in the states because they believe in skills acquisition than the college stuff.

Nobody want to suffer, most graduates that came out of university with poor result want to get job at the oil companies, most dont even give a try to seek a job they will sing of no job provision by the government, some will just want to fly out to work for bigger money.

Poor retirement scheme: our country are so greedy that people will lie about their age to remain at the office even at the point of death, some handle two government job at the same time ,

Government have failed from adam, and that is caused by godfather practice in naija politics... These old men need to retire , we need a president in mid 40s that will have better vission for nigeria than this old fools that have sworn to die in power just to enrich their family

Lets not forget that leaving APC to PDP or leaving PDP to APC does not change the blood running in a being, does not change who they are ... They all want more money
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by jpphilips(m): 1:18am On Feb 21, 2015
eph12:

I understand your point and that's one problem I have with our leaders. Heads should roll when things go south.

Btw please keep your foul words out of mentions. Thanks.

Pls explain to that m0r0n Karbonic who a ghost worker is, I am allergic to imbeciles.
Re: We Lack The Capacity To Prevent Corruption In Nigeria – Okonjo-Iweala by Okutek(m): 9:12pm On May 07, 2015
Greetings everyone. The real obstacle to the issue of resolving corruption problem in Nigeria, is not because of the lack of capacity or infrastructure. The real problem is a lack of a committed leader or president with an effective strategy. See our post on the topic of corruption. Thank you sharing your review on this topic.

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