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|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by pimper24: 9:10pm On Jan 02|
ConsensusGroup:Going back to the drawing board remains the answer. I will convene a robust national Confab. After this I will hire foreign experts to understudy it and draw a road map. I will keep the experts by the side for advice.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by 1Kingwiz(m): 9:22pm On Jan 02|
I will make mine simple and precise
2. Good road networks, bridges, trains and so on
The rest will fall into place automatically
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 9:31pm On Jan 02|
AnonyNymous:One man's horseshit is another manure
as far as I'm concerned, the President has very little power unless both the upper and lower chambers support his agenda.Pikin yen no comot him papa farm go say na in big pass
Not saying he won't be able to achieve anything but it'd be marginal.
See how Obama's "legacy" is being blown to smithereens by Trump.1 it's a stupid legacy
2 not Trump, American ppl, voters and Congress, republicans
I don't even know if Nigeria grants the president powers to sign executive orders. But since everyone is used to blaming the President, a lot feel the person in that seat can do wonders.You don't need executive orders to ensure budget is properly implemented
See that one saying he'll "clamour for a new constitution". Lmao. When it takes ages and processes upon processes to carry out amendments,All it takes are Ghana must go bags of money
oga is saying he'll create a new constitution. Nigeria can only become better the moment the populace starts taking interest in lower levels of government, and the legislative arm at each level. But I mean. . .most people don't even know that they can hold LGA chairmen responsible for the 'clay' local roads, running water, etc. Even the LGA chairmen themselves are a bunch of touts that gather with their friends to share their allocations and drink beer. LolToh since you know this why do you think a willing president will not have the leverage required to fix the country.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 9:32pm On Jan 02|
DreamSonInlaw:why because they make noise the way Ben Bruce and shehu sani did?
If they can't fix things at Lowe's levels they can't do poo as presents
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by DerideGull(m): 9:34pm On Jan 02|
The only way to fix Nigeria is disintegration.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 9:38pm On Jan 02|
raise death penalty bill for corrupted civil servants and polithievescians..
Abi you think your puny budget can face 300 billion dollars of loot?
cut national assembly to a single house,And the cut house will be looking at you?
reduce govt recurrent expenditure,Only national Assembly has that power
and measure we all die here in terms health sector.Home grown products must be encourageYou will force expensive substandard products on your ppl and you think you will last in office
Na elebu dem elect you o no be coup you take reach there fa
,20% expartrite only of any companyAgain national Assembly power
.that is all l can gv you for nw until l get there or better still link up with Buhari..for the remaining years.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by femijay8271(m): 9:43pm On Jan 02|
Remember what Moses did to Almighty God for Israel, the whole Nigerian is gonna pray and fast for three day to Our Almighty God to be able to reinstall back favor and Merci to d country, probably gonna declare 3 days holiday
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 9:44pm On Jan 02|
Only Nass can implement laws changing
And what about the ppl that campaigned for you or you think you can survive without them impeaching you
Again president can't make laws
Will corrupt Nass agree?
With which money
They can't run industry in short term
Electricity nko and
quent policies will be derived from this setup..[/quote]
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by andreawills96(f): 9:49pm On Jan 02|
if I were to be the president of Nigeria
I will do the following
* make everyone pay tax for each property you acquire, I.e pay tax for 5 cars each
* diversify the economy, put more interest into agriculture than crude oil
* increase import rate, so Nigerians can patronize locally made goods
* make sure everyone retires at 50
* create more job opportunity
* no govt official is allowed to go abroad for medical check up
* dissolve ghost workers
* call for investment from foreigners
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by eniorisha(m): 10:19pm On Jan 02|
Only a well-meaning dictator, like military authoritarian can sanitize this country. It's beyond democracy & rule of law. To fix this land, u must trample on lots of toes, even int'l toes like countries & other int'l organization.
Can a Democratic president just wake up & say all political offices salaries be slashed by 80% Rule of law, due process & human rights are our problems.
If I av my way there, first thing is to become a dictator.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by frankmoney(m): 10:50pm On Jan 02|
divinehand2003:lol and you think it will be that easy ?
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by frankmoney(m): 10:54pm On Jan 02|
All I see here is I will , I will . The real question is how will you do it . From what I have read here 90% of Nigerians don't know how government works , they think if you just become president you can wave your hand and money starts falling , laws start changing etc it takes more than that
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 10:59pm On Jan 02|
How do you fix the economy.?
Centralization based on SS/SE oil
Restructuring based on all man to himself.
Until, you answer this question, you will end being worse than Buhari
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 11:04pm On Jan 02|
If generating tax from the Northern states is so easy, why do you think they depend entirely on SS/SE oil & gas despite being encouraged to do away with oil & gas wealth.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 11:06pm On Jan 02|
Illiteracy is not knowing that the root holding this status quo that prevents states from depending on themselves, is SS/SE oil & gas.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by Mariangeles: 11:23pm On Jan 02|
EternalTruths:You've got issues bro...and your issues are deep.
Looking for trouble where there's none...? Be good to yourself... emancipate yourself from bitterness and depression ,life is not that hard.
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 11:30pm On Jan 02|
Taxation kills incentive to produce
Yet these lurkers put you in power
You think they will vote next election? Or if you get impeached
OK my wish too but still how do you get Nass to move whole budget to agric legally
Govt has failed at this
Private sector better at everything
Everything including welfare
Ask Nigeria airways and Nigeria Shipping
Understood but private sector will always be cheaper and more efficient than govt. When you leave they will start hiring their brothers and sisters and party supporters that are not needed
Penny wise pound foolish
What you should do is monitor proper compact bidding and delivery
Again leave private insurers to compete
Just stop subventing the clubs
Privatise the stadia
It isgovt officials sharing the gate proceeds instead of investing in the sports
a full capacity stadium of about 65,000 can at the very least net a club over #890mn per season. also invest heavily in other sports, university sports to remove youths from idleness and give them a source of livelihood.Leave private sector otherwise you will be back to square zero as we are with sports in general
Private sector o
But provide Scholarship for the worthy indigent not everyone
Awoof de run our bele
make sure schools teach ethics. stop lecturers from striking.Where will you get their new salary from in short term
Leave to private sector
try all possible best to make education as free as possible.nothing is free
Chickens will come home to roost
it is a right not a privilege
It is a privilege that is being abused
Only God almighty has right to anything
. encourage start ups and research in the universities to encounter inventions.Don't mess with nature
Ask India and China
Capitalism will reduce population naturally
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 11:47pm On Jan 02|
darnley16:you vote for ignorant person? Wow
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 11:58pm On Jan 02|
divinehand2003:when we are tired of suffering we will get good leader. For now we are enjoying it
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 12:34am On Jan 03|
mybestlove:is it not your governor now that will become your president then. What's the difference
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 12:39am On Jan 03|
Industrialise manufacturing with off grid industrial parks estates clusters
Once ppl are working they won't have time or inclination for strife
If so otherwise together is better
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by EternalTruths: 12:41am On Jan 03|
Where will you get the money to achieve the things you stated above.?
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:05am On Jan 03|
SmartyPants:referendum. Where is that in the constitution.
It's only national Assembly by default
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:07am On Jan 03|
divinehand2003:which part of constitution are you talking. Apart from injunctions In our judicial system nothing wrong with our constitution
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:08am On Jan 03|
DeepSight:explain.what's different. Which power are we devolving
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:09am On Jan 03|
And you believe they will just be looking
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:36am On Jan 03|
EternalTruths:where do politicians get money to loot?
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:49am On Jan 03|
coldfire:simple but too much grammar
Provide jobs and wealth and ppl will stop fighting over resources
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:52am On Jan 03|
So that what will happen
Risk stress and cost of travelling not worth it.
They don't need to relocate to constituencies
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 1:57am On Jan 03|
TsaTrinity:you mean YOU will do worst if you get there
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 2:00am On Jan 03|
Dsov2016:most ppl don't even know what restructuring means.
Everyone with their own definition
|Re: How Would You Fix Nigeria If You Were The President? by MIKOLOWISKA: 2:10am On Jan 03|
Then the gruntled elements should learn to manoeuvre around the blocking
Don't be lazy
look at the way they are gradually locking the common man out of the democracy( eg Dino's recall,How is it undemocratic
is it not the judges you put there via governor and president appointment?
saraki's trial, and even sale of parties form)what is undemocratic about party form.
You can't raise millions for form how will you raise billions for campaign or you think billboard and advert is Free.?
even if the new constitution passes they would manipulate it to the point that it would be worse than the previous one.And your lawyers will be looking at them?
do you think they would go for a constitution that backs the FIRS to seize any Ill begotten wealth or a law that backs free education or a law that makes it possible for the gov to ask for the source of wealth or a law that allows for the suspension of immunity once misdeeds can be proven. such laws will eliminate the powers of sacred cows.
These laws already exist
Just no political will to enforce cos everyone is more interested in loot
Do you know that only a few of the security agents meant to guard us are in reality guarding us. most of them guard the so called big wigs, their family and worst of all their empty houses. funny thing is if the big wigs/politicians do their job right there really will be no need for their guards.
Those are the guards you voted for via the bigwigs
[quote] a bad work man blames his tools
Party is party
Even one party state there are groups within the party
Chinese rule through barrel of gun not votes
We already have virtual two party As well as multi party system
What we don't have are focused determined intelligent leaders that want developmen
Every is interested in loot only
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