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Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Zenithsblog(f): 9:56pm On Aug 13
A Nigerian UK minister, Kemi Badenoch has explained how irresponsible Nigerian government is and how difficult it is to live in Nigeria.

Kemi who is a member of Parliament representing Saffron Walden constituency in the UK during a plenary, narrated how the Nigerians are dying of poverty on daily basis and the Government do not care.

She narrated how growing up in Nigeria was like and how she studied at night with candles because of no power supply.

Kemi Badenoch, was recently appointed the junior minister for Children and Families by the new British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.

Badenoch was born Olukemi Olufunto Adegoke in January 1980 in Wimbledon, London to parents of Nigerian origin.


Watch the video
https://zenithnaija.com/nigerian-uk-minister-explains-how-irresponsible-nigerian-government-is/

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Zenithsblog(f): 9:59pm On Aug 13
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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Nukilia: 10:21pm On Aug 13
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Collins9156(m): 10:26pm On Aug 13
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well


Don’t mind the fools.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Crimecity: 10:30pm On Aug 13
This is the kind of representatives we need to speak for us all at world level.. Ride on Kemi

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Logobenz0: 11:13pm On Aug 13
Buhari don finish this country I swear

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Ojiofor: 11:15pm On Aug 13
Kemi your people back home will disagree with you.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Zenithsblog(f): 11:33pm On Aug 13
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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Olanipekun1: 11:43pm On Aug 13
only yeroba Muslims love this cofment

Buhari is the worst president since mankind

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Boringdraw1: 12:10am On Aug 14
Sorry I didn't watch the video at first, I just did. You don't have to rubbish your home country to proof your point.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Leihe: 12:44am On Aug 14
Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by TheDokita(m): 1:49am On Aug 14
Hmmm
Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Kaetoh: 2:38am On Aug 14
Boringdraw1:
No be this lady Buhari single-handedly congratulate? She want burst him tyre ooo
you think she is a cheap buy hypocrite like tinubu and local afonjas who could willingly exchange their souls for a mere tuber of yam.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Mutemenot(m): 3:47am On Aug 14
Tomorrow's headline ; presidency react to kemi' s speech

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by AbaLion: 3:50am On Aug 14
It calls for worries when a State Governor measures the socio-economic value of his indigenes for as much as a litre of kerosene. It is a clear indication the level of extreme poverty in the region in perspective. Not only should the UK Parliament deliberate on the worst case scenario but an emergency call for UN's intervention would also suffice admist the prevailing poverty indices that could get worse pretty shortly in the region.
It is rather imagined how poverty looks pretty nicely on them like isi agu, in as much as they pretend and lie to themselves as though all is well.


-Lion

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by 1shortblackboy: 4:59am On Aug 14
MANNABBQGRILLS coming to suck Buhari' s balls in 5 4 3 2 1..........

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by dalongjnr: 5:47am On Aug 14
So through! She was born in 1980= 38-39yrs ago, studied in Nigeria until age 16yrs then left for uk, in the mid 1990's. Now things are even worse, with Nigeria breaking her record of ASSUU Strike back to back in the 2000's and early 2010-2014. Power problems are becoming resistant to all solution (anyway we are hoping for the success of the new independent off grid power supply the the universities,as it will enhance research and learning).
Civil service is the latest and shortest route out of poverty and not technology and entrepreneurship, this slows creativity and innovative skills/critical thinking.
Security is almost at all time low since the civil war, with armed robbery and kidnapping/banditry the biggest cash cow for young boys and girls. Not forgetting the bokoharam menace which peaked in 2014-16 with bomb blasts in Jos,Kaduna,abuja,kano,Maiduguri, yobe...to name a few.
Preventable diseases are still killing people in numbers from plasmodiasis,salmonelliasis,hepatitis, malnutrition, cholera, lassa fever,.... to name a few.
Infrastructural decay associated with poor maintenance culture with "I don't care " attitude of the average Nigerian and Nigeria government is not helping matters.
Economy and commerce is now the laughing stock of the continent with successive government failing to invest enough on basic infrastructure to expand the economy, due to the kleptomaniac ability of those in power, then/now(leading to recession and stringent economic policies)
Preventive medicine/public health are at all time low except for the fight on HIV/AIDS but the steam is slowing down,as Nigeria government have taken 60-70% ownership of the program.
Education is now a luxury and prevailedge not a right. Infrastructure are poor for learning and research with 'certified non innovative" lecturers.
Unemployment...hmm,It's now a scourge!
Nigeria needs primary and simple solutions to solve her problems not the long apostle of "policy documents/roadmaps which lead to nowhere.
Education! free and accessible to all from primary and secondary schools but paid in tertiary institutions, create universities for specific fields (not universities of agriculture offering medicine and surgery) and allowed expert administrators man the institutions. Create infrastructure conducive for learning and research, allow technology and knowledge transfer by bringing in seasoned experts from abroad.
Promotion to lecturers must be best on breakthrough in their fields of specialty and research.
Healthcare. Headship of hospitals must go back to the hospital administrators (those who study hospital administration) not doctors. Doctors should head the clinical teams.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Seetto: 5:55am On Aug 14
Logobenz0:
Buhari don finish this country I swear
And for your mind the country never finish before PMB take over the mantle of leadership, may be at this point in time it is proper to question obj what happen to the $16bill he spent on power, and how gej was able to mismanage the country affairs when crude oil rise to the peak of 120 dollars per barrel....

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by orisa37: 5:56am On Aug 14
Judgement of God has started.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by landforeast: 6:00am On Aug 14
She even left when Nigeria was Paradise
I was driving down from Abuja to Lagos Yesterday and I can't just imagine the Level of Poverty in this Country.
There is no kind of plans and policies for Social Welfare, Poverty Alleviation, Checkmating of Housing Deficit, Proper health care administration, proper, Quality Education. During election all you will hear is I will build road and fix electricity. Four years down the line the Electricity ni the Road ko.

What is wrong with this Country. The Green Vegetation and arable Lands we have in this country is what some countries in Middle east and some part of Africa are begging for. What is wrong with Nigeria.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Seetto: 6:06am On Aug 14
Kaetoh:
you think she is a cheap buy hypocrite like tinubu and local afonjas who could willingly exchange their souls for a mere tuber of yam.
Tinubu obsession will soon send all of you to an early grave, don't worry athiefku will cum in the brains of all the ipobs and resuscitate the confused cells causing you dementia...

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by TooMuchStuff: 6:06am On Aug 14
Correct

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by anibi9674: 6:08am On Aug 14
I only know of one kemi this one is a pained ipob youth.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by 400billionman: 6:23am On Aug 14
Nigerians are mentally lazy.

All of us. Starting from the man who said, " Nigerian youths are lazy ". Is he not a salary earner ?

Nobody is innovative.

Give a Nigerian small money, he will seek more and will never work again. We all feel like sitting down and signing cheques while we spend public funds.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by johnmartus(m): 6:34am On Aug 14
I will take you serious when you take the matter to the queen and prime minister. Tell them to stop Buhari from receiving treatment in London. Also return all the money and properties that Nigeria politicians stolen from us. I doubt if they will ever do that. Useless people the same looted money were use to pay you guys salary.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Zenithsblog(f): 7:10am On Aug 14
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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by chiagozien(m): 8:17am On Aug 14
We yoruba muslims disagrees with you.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Kennitrust: 8:17am On Aug 14
If you have been lucky to escape this open prison call Nigeria, thank your source of power.


Sometimes I wonder if there's any other hellfire outside Nigeria.


Hmmm i'm so unlucky to be a citizen in a country that does not give us any hope of seeing tomorrow.



Nigeria is an open prison... Only the lucky ones escape.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Bossontop(m): 8:18am On Aug 14
Naija mata dey always shame me

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Nwaedeinya(m): 8:18am On Aug 14
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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Kentuforchrist(m): 8:18am On Aug 14
Where is that meat seller oya oo coman defend ur master buhari grin grin grin

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