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Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by kosovo(m): 11:08am On Oct 13, 2015
Ever since the death of the former Bayelsa governor was announced, the sheer display of hypocrisy by a lot of Nigerians was quite visible.

A lot of Nigerians are so emotional, emotionally irresponsible that they lose the basic instinct to make the right choice.

Corruption is not really the problem of Nigeria.. The problem of Nigeria is Nigerians who are so emotionally vulnerable. They can be predicted easily, that's why politicians use tax-payers money to build bore-holes and use more than half the money for the cosmetic project to organise a party which they mouth-wash as commissioning.

I find it unbelievable that some people lose their sense of reasoning on the alter of emotions. Alamieyeseigha died. Some gullible Nigerians took to social networks and started posting rubbish.. Started celebrating a "common thief"...


Before you crucify me, it is on record that the said man confessed that he stole N50billion as a governor.. And they are more that he stole unaware to us... What a common thief...

This is the same man that some gullible Nigerians are celebrating.. the same man who brought international disgrace to Nigeria, who embarrased the ijaw nation in the world stage.. That's the man people are writing all sort of emotional rubbish for...

Until we start showing our strengths as followers and condemning these "common theives" even in their death, corruption won't end..

The other guy in power keeps stealing because he knows when he dies, Nigeria will celebrate him and fly the flag at half-mast for him.. My God!!!

How did our society degenerate to this level? That people openly celebrate economic and political thieves but are quick to demand tires, petrol and lighter to alight a pedestrian theif..

Nigerians don't know their priorities. Comon thieves like what we have government should have their dead bodies in the community square and flogged, before it is thrown into the evil forest...

I don't want to get angry, but hailing corrupt politicians who died? C'mon, we can do better. undecided

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Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by kemlily(f): 11:09am On Oct 13, 2015
God catch am...
make him go heaven go spend all the stolen money na
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by zico530(m): 11:09am On Oct 13, 2015
Really
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by ionsman: 11:11am On Oct 13, 2015
Sensible wailer spotted. cool
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by themilanway(m): 11:15am On Oct 13, 2015
I don't pity them,after all the man they are eulogising died like a common criminal that he was.

Those celebrating him if care is not taken will end up worse.
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by Nobody: 11:17am On Oct 13, 2015
I was extremely taken aback when I got news that a seven day long mourning vacation has been organized and declared throughout the state in his honour..

na obafemi awolowo die??

true bayelsans!!

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Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by Nobody: 11:17am On Oct 13, 2015
I was extremely taken aback when I got news that a seven day long mourning vacation has been organized and declared throughout the state in his honour..

na obafemi awolowo die??

yeye people!!
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by babasanti: 11:20am On Oct 13, 2015
Stevaz01:
I was extremely taken aback when I got news that a seven day long mourning vacation has been organized and declared throughout the state in his honour..

na obafemi awolowo die??

yeye people!!

Your fada, whose awolowo. Coward who drank rat poison.
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by modath(f): 11:20am On Oct 13, 2015
@kosovo

I hereby withdraw your wailer card...

You flouted the first rule of the wailers' membership ethos, you analysed a topical issue from an objective angle which is no no...

You damned all consequences & spoke the truth without tribal affiliation or political leanings

God bless you..... wink

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Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by nedu2000(m): 11:21am On Oct 13, 2015
When you imagine the number of people that have died indirectly or directly due to his misrule. Due to bad roads,lack of medical facilities et al
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by kosovo(m): 11:22am On Oct 13, 2015
modath:


@kosovo

I hereby withdraw your wailer card...

You flouted the first rule of the wailers' membership ethos, you analysed a topical issue from an objective angle which is no no...

You damned all consequences & spoke the truth without tribal affiliation or political leanings

God bless you..... wink

Funny... Thanks tho cheesy
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by Sweetguy25: 11:27am On Oct 13, 2015
In 1999 Bayelsa was still a virgin state, with almost no sign of development in most areas of state, even in its capital Yenagoa. As the first civilian governor of Bayelsa state in 1999, Alams had a golden opportunity to create a positive legacy in the life and history of Bayelsa. This is a state with only eight local governments and less than 2 million people.

Bayelsa had a very solid potential for greatness in the Niger Delta but greed and evil leadership orchestrated under the government of Alams turned the state to a shadow of its future self.

Alams championed a culture of squandermania and recklessness in Bayelsa, he almost destroyed the future of Bayelsa with greed, lack of foresight, recklessness, dictatorship and wickedness.

Don't avoid to say the truth to avoid dishonoring the dead.

Alams was a leadership failure!
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by kosovo(m): 11:32am On Oct 13, 2015
Sweetguy25:
In 1999 Bayelsa was still a virgin state, with almost no sign of development in most areas of state, even in its capital Yenagoa. As the first civilian governor of Bayelsa state in 1999, Alams had a golden opportunity to create a positive legacy in the life and history of Bayelsa. This is a state with only eight local governments and less than 2 million people.

It is heart-breaking bruh.
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by oduastates: 11:32am On Oct 13, 2015
They are suffering from Stockholm syndrome.
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by Prince16: 11:52am On Oct 13, 2015
kosovo:
Ever since the death of the former Bayelsa governor was announced, the sheer display of hypocrisy by a lot of Nigerians was quite visible.

A lot of Nigerians are so emotional, emotionally irresponsible that they lose the basic instinct to make the right choice.

Corruption is not really the problem of Nigeria.. The problem of Nigeria is Nigerians who are so emotionally vulnerable. They can be predicted easily, that's why politicians use tax-payers money to build bore-holes and use more than half the money for the cosmetic project to organise a party which they mouth-wash as commissioning.

I find it unbelievable that some people lose their sense of reasoning on the alter of emotions. Alamieyeseigha died. Some gullible Nigerians took to social networks and started posting rubbish.. Started celebrating a "common thief"...


Before you crucify me, it is on record that the said man confessed that he stole N50billion as a governor.. And they are more that he stole unaware to us... What a common thief...

This is the same man that some gullible Nigerians are celebrating.. the same man who brought international disgrace to Nigeria, who embarrased the ijaw nation in the world stage.. That's the man people are writing all sort of emotional rubbish for...

Until we start showing our strengths as followers and condemning these "common theives" even in their death, corruption won't end..

The other guy in power keeps stealing because he knows when he dies, Nigeria will celebrate him and fly the flag at half-mast for him.. My God!!!

How did our society degenerate to this level? That people openly celebrate economic and political thieves but are quick to demand tires, petrol and lighter to alight a pedestrian theif..

Nigerians don't know their priorities. Comon thieves like what we have government should have their dead bodies in the community square and flogged, before it is thrown into the evil forest...

I don't want to get angry, but hailing corrupt politicians who died? C'mon, we can do better. undecided


Hmmmm......... If only "they" knew what his soul is experiencing right now...... Lord pls have mercy on us! At least we the living still have 2nd, 3rd, 4th...... Chance! Guyz, letz amend our ways........ Tomorrow may be 2 late!!!
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by invisibility: 11:54am On Oct 13, 2015
I find only few sane people that can reason on nairaland. The OP of this thread is one of them.
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by DaBullIT(m): 12:44pm On Oct 13, 2015
Gobe for heaven , Alamesiyga go borrow virgin Mary clothe design, he wan sneak enter na I'm angel for gate shout


You !!! stop there!!! you no know say we dey expect you? We don hear news before you reach here grin


Oga, go that side, your transport dey come
Re: Alamieyeseigha Death: Nigerians Misplaced Sympathy & Show Of Shame by kosovo(m): 6:13pm On Oct 13, 2015
invisibility:

I find only few sane people that can reason on nairaland. The OP of this thread is one of them.

smiley

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