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Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 4:17pm On Oct 21, 2015
I noticed that our political terrain is full of criminals or men who are currently in court for for corruption allegations.

Please list the saints and the thieves.

I've never met a political saint, I'll like to know these untouchables.

Regardless of tribe, region or religious belief, please make this an interactive thread.


@lalasticala (are you still a mod?), ishilove, and the rest.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 4:21pm On Oct 21, 2015
Let me start

1. T. Orji

2. Stella Oduah

3. Buhari

4. Tambuwal
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Nobody: 4:21pm On Oct 21, 2015
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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Firefire(m): 4:23pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ilekeh:
I noticed that our political terrain is full of criminals or men who are currently in court for for corruption allegations.

Please list the saints and the thieves.

I've never met a political saint, I'll like to know these untouchables.

Regardless of tribe, region or religious belief, please make this an interactive thread.


@lalasticala (are you still a mod?), ishilove, and the rest.

Thank you for your post.

Honestly, all politicians in Nigeria are corrupt.

Unfortunately, we are now getting to the stage of rating our leaders using "Corruption Scaling Index"

- Corrupt

- More Corrupt

- Averagely Corrupt

- Extremely Corrupt

etc.

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 4:28pm On Oct 21, 2015
Firefire:


Thank you for your post.

Honestly, all politicians in Nigeria are corrupt.

Unfortunately, we are now getting to the stage of rating our leaders using "Corruption Scaling Index"

- Corrupt

- More Corrupt

- Averagely Corrupt

- Extremely Corrupt

etc.


1. Who determines what allegations goes in each stage?

2. Does it mean a certain stage will be unpunished?

3. So what does creating corruption spectrum mean in the long run?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by jmoore(m): 4:29pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ilekeh:
Let me start

1. T. Orji

2. Stella Oduah

3. Buhari

4. Tambuwal
Saints or criminals?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Firefire(m): 4:43pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ilekeh:



1. Who determines what allegations goes in each stage?

2. Does it mean a certain stage will be unpunished?

3. So what does creating corruption spectrum mean in the long run?


1. The Nigerian masses has taken the role of determining who fit to each stage. A Case study of ACN and PDP in SW, where the former is preferred and seeing as less evil compared to the later. You hear statement like..."If they are stealing and still delivering small small, we are okay".

2. In the current political setting, I fear some allegations of corruption will not be investigated. While we only hear and see deafening media noise with no end result.

3. In the long run the masses suffers, the country remain underdeveloped while the professional looters cum politicians keep their loots overseas.

Another impediment in fighting corruption in Nigeria is our legal system.

I posted the below yesterday.

Firefire:


Not only for Bukola Saraki but for all the looters in the history of Nigeria democracy since 1999.

All the corruption cases in Nigeria should be given accelerated hearing and those found guilty should be dealt with according to the law of the land.

If Nigeria will ever be a great Nation, our judiciary or judicial system should be holistically review, enough of unending court proceedings, enough of granting perpetual injunction to the looters of our common wealth.

- Peter Odili's perpetual injunction granted by Justice Ibrahim N. Buba stopping Nigerian security agencies including the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission from investigating the former governor of River State, Peter Odili, for corruption.

- Nigerian court headed by Justice Adamu Bello also granted perpetual injunction against Maina’s arrest. Abdulrasheed Maina, a former Chairman of the Pension Reform facing trial for N195b pension scam.

- Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi the former CBN Governor through his Counsel, Prof Yemi Osibanjo (SAN), also got an interim order of injunction from Justice Buba, restraining the government from arresting, detaining, or harassing the applicant (Sanusi).

It's high time we addressed the loopholes in our judicial system which our lawyers and SANs like Prof. Yemi Osinbajo are exploiting to continue defending looters and corrupt leaders in Nigeria.

Shalom!
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 4:53pm On Oct 21, 2015
Firefire:

1. The Nigerian masses has taken the role of determining who fit to each stage. A Case study of ACN and PDP in SW, where the former is preferred and seeing as less evil compared to the later. You hear statement like..."If they are stealing and still delivering small small, we are okay".
2. In the current political setting, I fear some allegations of corruption will not be investigated. While we only hear and see deafening media noise with no end result.
3. In the long run the masses suffers, the country remain underdeveloped while the professional looters cum politicians keep their loots overseas.
Another impediment in fighting corruption in Nigeria is our legal system.
I posted the below yesterday.

You made good points in your replies.

In this scenario of creating a spectrum and appointing punishments based on different areas of the spectrum, who would you blame?

1. The Youths that created the spectrum?

2. The youths that fight on social media in support of corrupt politicians?

3. The politicians
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by elderhimself(m): 5:04pm On Oct 21, 2015
Saints In Nigerian Politics....... Well, i am still looking for them with microscope, binoculars, stethoscope, hand lens.....and anything usable
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Firefire(m): 5:10pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ilekeh:


You made good points in your replies.

In this scenario of creating a spectrum and appointing punishments based on different areas of the spectrum, who would you blame?

1. The Youths that created the spectrum?

2. The youths that fight on social media in support of corrupt politicians?

3. The politicians

Thank you for your feedback.

I will merge your item 1-3 together to apportion the blame.

Honestly, the successive government in Nigeria and the citizens are to be blamed for the increase cases of corruption in Nigeria.

Fighting corruption should be a collective fight every Nigerian citizen should be involved in without taking side, irrespective of the political affiliates, because corruption in Nigeria is systemic and endemic and a complete change of our orientation will deliver the required society.

It's time Nigerians comes together, forget about their differences and develop a new idea that will help us protect our common wealth from the hands of our common looters.

Shalom!
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 5:17pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ilekeh:
Let me start

1. T. Orji

2. Stella Oduah

3. Buhari

4. Tambuwal
why are yorubas missing in your list? Typical.. Let me help you.

1. Tinubu

2. Fashola

3. Aregbeshola

4. Buhari

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 11:13pm On Oct 30, 2015
FreeGlobe:

why are yorubas missing in your list? Typical.. Let me help you.

1. Tinubu

2. Fashola

3. Aregbeshola

4. Buhari


Why did you cross out the thief stella oduah?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 12:18am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:

Why did you cross out the thief stella oduah?
Ilekeh how are you?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 12:25am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

Ilekeh how are you?

Why did you cross out Stellah Oduah, the thief incarnate?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 12:38am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:

Why did you cross out Stellah Oduah, the thief incarnate?
Do you have any proof to back your claims?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 12:56am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

Do you have any proof to back your claims?

Anyone interested, please google "stellah oduah thief".

Stupid question.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 1:05am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


Anyone interested, please google "stellah oduah thief".

Stupid question.
provide the link yourself let's analyse here. Stella oduah is a self hardworking woman cool
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 1:09am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

provide the link yourself let's analyse here. Stella oduah is a self hardworking woman cool

Very hardworking at stealing funds and misusing funds at her disposal.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 1:16am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


Very hardworking at stealing funds and misusing funds at her disposal.
why are you working yourself over this issue. Stella is not corrupt. quit it. you need a hug cool
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 1:19am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

why are you working yourself over this issue. Stella is not corrupt. quit it. you need a hug cool

She's probably as corrupt as Allison Madueke. Thief representing Igbos in the senate and you think Biafra is going somewhere. cry cry
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 1:30am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


She's probably as corrupt as Allison Madueke. Thief representing Igbos in the senate and you think Biafra is going somewhere. cry cry
Ilekeh you need a hug. come make I hug you.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 1:31am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

Ilekeh you need a hug. come make I hug you.

You obviously have a mental problem.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 1:40am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


You obviously have a mental problem.
You need help. cure yourself of tribalism. Stella oduah is a self made hardworking woman, not you everyday Patricia etteh, Tinubu or bankole tongue

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 1:41am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

You need help. cure yourself of tribalism. Stella oduah is a self made hardworking woman, not you everyday Patricia etteh, Tinubu or bankole tongue

Am I supposed to be surprised that an igbo boy supports a political thief aka stella oduah?
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 1:48am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


Am I supposed to be surprised that an igbo boy supports a political thief aka stella oduah?
Nonsense, keep throwing mud on a hardworking woman, it will never stick tongue

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 1:48am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

Nonsense, keep throwing mud on a hardworking woman, it will never stick tongue

Hardworking thief.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 2:12am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:


Hardworking thief.
Believe it or not, Stella oduah is a self made multi millionaire black woman. An achiever, every woman (you inclusive) should aspire to be like her. Yoruba media couldn't stop her tongue

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 2:13am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

Believe it or not, Stella oduah is a self made multi millionaire black woman. An achiever, every woman (you inclusive) should aspire to be like her. Yoruba media couldn't stop her tongue
Self-made millionaire from stolen funds.
Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by FreeGlobe(f): 2:25am On Oct 31, 2015
Ilekeh:

Self-made millionaire from stolen funds.
That's why I said you are Ignorant. She was a self made oil tycoon before becoming minister that unfortunately allowed yoruba media taint her enviable pedigree. Go a read her biography not junks from yoruba media. Good day!

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Re: Thieves In Politics - Saints In Their Midsts by Ilekeh(f): 2:34am On Oct 31, 2015
FreeGlobe:

That's why I said you are Ignorant. She was a self made oil tycoon before becoming minister that unfortunately allowed yoruba media taint her enviable pedigree. Go a read her biography not junks from yoruba media. Good day!

And oil tycoons aren't corrupt? SS thinking that Yorubas are their problems forget that many igbos benefitted from the Ijaw oil and didn't give back to the Ijaw community.
Being an oil tycoon did not stop her from stealing additional funds.

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