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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by joseph1832(m): 8:19am On Aug 14
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well
don't make it sound like it's only Buhari who contributed in making this country the laughing stick it is today.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by pickatyou: 8:19am On Aug 14
Jesu
Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by EVILFOREST: 8:19am On Aug 14
NIGERIA is one of the WORST PLACES to give birth.....
................by BILL GATES

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by SillyMods: 8:20am On Aug 14
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well

You're obviously consumed by hatred. Read and/or watch her again to realize that she was narrating her experience which goes beyond this current government.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Vedom(m): 8:20am On Aug 14
Stale news

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by tumababa(m): 8:21am On Aug 14
old news....

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by DennisEche(m): 8:23am On Aug 14
Only Yoruba Muslims love the dullard

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by MyGeneration(m): 8:23am On Aug 14
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well

but, when she was using Candle to read Buhari was not in power. Or am i missing something?

Buhari is trying to fix things yet most of you dont want to give him a chance

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by tot(f): 8:24am On Aug 14
Kemi that was an ajebutter in naija.. whilst I agree with her points, she should stop acting like she suffered when growing up in Nig.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by espn(m): 8:24am On Aug 14
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well
was Buhari in power when she read with candles?

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Freeman59: 8:25am On Aug 14
i tell you. Fools who have no jobs but to shout sai buhari. sai buhari in poverty
Nukilia:
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 rapcy(m): 8:25am On Aug 14
God bless you Ma for representing Nigeria.

Pay Attention
Always say the truth about Nigeria when having a conversation about Naija. We need to put away the mentality of "people will laugh at us"

Problem shared with the right person is a problem halved solved smiley

21st Century yet no power, our leaders which way

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by jrusky(m): 8:25am On Aug 14
Nukilia:
undecided Till the whole country is wiped out some people would still keep saying Buhari is doing well

Do they have sense

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by TeamSimple(m): 8:25am 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.
Look at this kerosene induced voter talking about Tinubu

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by lexy2014: 8:26am On Aug 14
Seetto:

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....

So u saying d basis 4 justifying buharis failure is by referencing obj and Jonathan's failures? That means buhari isn't better than obj& Jonathan

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by rahman25: 8:26am On Aug 14
Olanipekun1:
only yeroba Muslims love this cofment

Buhari is the worst president since mankind
If truly you are yoruba as your name indicates then omo ale ni e. No reasonable person devoid of tribal sentiment will ever post the rubbish you did.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Lugianostar(m): 8:27am On Aug 14
People who are supporting Buhari are loofers in a mirage ideology who will never see anything wrong with his carefree style of governance.

The world is weeping in pains for our standard of living here at the detriment of a common man in the street.

Long life the federal republic of naiga?

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by benqo01(m): 8:27am On Aug 14
This government is the worst government in the history of this country,seriously like nothing is working and some fools here will be supporting nonsense.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Bizibi(m): 8:27am On Aug 14
MyGeneration:


but, when she was using Candle to read Buhari was not in power. Or am i missing something?

Buhari is trying to fix things yet most of you dont want to give him a chance
trxing His best.... Na wa. Some of US don't care anymore,if you think he is trying his best then goodluck. It doesn't seem like we even have a government.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Niceman4u(m): 8:28am On Aug 14
Kemi is absolutely right. The poverty in Nigeria is at an astronomical height that it would take so much drastic measures to reduce it.
I will accept that Nigeria did not become poor today, it did not start today, but wat is very obvious is that it has never been so bad like this before.
Nigeria actually sunk deeper into poverty level since 2015.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Gracealone(m): 8:28am On Aug 14
Nigerians can twist stories. Haba! I read the original story and the picture she painted is what obtains in most third world countries. Meanwhile, the time she described even predated this democratic dispensation.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by lexy2014: 8:29am On Aug 14
tot:
Kemi that was an ajebutter in naija.. whilst I agree with her points, she should stop acting like she suffered when growing up in Nig.

To u she didn't suffer but when she compares her experience growing up in Nigeria with d experience she had stepping on UK soil, she can confidently call d Nigerian experience "suffer".

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by MyGeneration(m): 8:29am On Aug 14
Bizibi:
trxing His best.... Na wa. Some of US don't care anymore,if you think he is trying his best then goodluck.
he is not perfect but he has tried more than almost all our leaders since 99. Except Yaradua

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by martowskin1(m): 8:29am On Aug 14
Seetto:

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....

All this you typed made u feel intelligent right?

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Xcex: 8:30am On Aug 14
AbaLion:
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
In Apapa same money shared I bordilon was used to share kerosene for people in Apapa, theirs did not come in tankers, it came in oil barrels, some even got matches, 3kg semo and Co why chanting APC. Ur brain is so poor, UN intervention when the country has everything to thrive and even give to so called eauropen nations.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by benqo01(m): 8:30am On Aug 14
Lugianostar:
People who are supporting Buhari are loofers in a mirage ideology who will never see anything wrong with his carefree style of governance.

The world is weeping in pains for our standard of living here at the detriment of a common man in the street.

Long life the federal republic of naiga?


And the funny thing is they are suffering,instead of them to voice out when something is bad.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Stillthebest: 8:31am On Aug 14
Seetto:

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....

And four years isnt enough to see a direction the country is heading? No one says they should have turned Nigeria to Dubai by now, we are talking about laying a great foundation that will aww everyone.

Elections under OBJ was worst until Buhari broke the record.

Ministerial screening under him was termed "Bow and go" beautiful nonsense according to Dino.

In education, no reform or modalities have been witnessed. Under Obj, we knew about PTF, change in syllabus, short changing of subjects(good or bad). Under GEJ, we witnessed some emanation of some aljmajiris schools while he also distributed federal versities to areas that never had one. Eg Fuoye(Oye Ekiti) that my sister is already there studying, is one of them. Even though,wha we actually need is much of emancipation and upgrading of existing versities to much standards; isnt what is in existence that Govt will upgrade?? So, still kudos to him..

Banking reform undrr OBJ was Top notch..

I don't want to type much because I can touch every sector for your education... But laconically, what's Buhari known for?? Don't ever mention railways!

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Bizibi(m): 8:31am On Aug 14
MyGeneration:

he is not perfect but he has tried more than almost all our leaders since 99. Except Yaradua
he is a terrible leader,i don't have time to argue..... Do you even feel anything going on now. Abeg focus your life and forget about that old man.if you think he is fixing anything then I leave you to your fantasy world.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by CoolAmbience(m): 8:32am On Aug 14
Collins9156:



Don’t mind the fools.

Aren't you the fool?

Are you saying that there has always been steady power supply, good roads, railways, jobs, good healthcare etc, in Nigeria from inception, and Buhari came to take them all out?

I guess you don't have the slightest idea where we are coming from and where are now.

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by lexy2014: 8:32am On Aug 14
MyGeneration:


but, when she was using Candle to read Buhari was not in power. Or am i missing something?

Buhari is trying to fix things yet most of you dont want to give him a chance

Who is preventing buhari from "trying to fix things"? U sound as if d guy u talking to has anything to do with buharis inability to do his job

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Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Sterope(f): 8:33am On Aug 14
Silly people. Which one is Nigerian UK minister?
Re: Kemi Badenoch Explains How "Irresponsible" Nigerian Government Is by Lovemaester: 8:33am On Aug 14
dalongjnr:
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.

guy this is so spot on. very cerebral writeup with good solutions that will drastically uplift the country if implemented by this useless kleptomaniac govt. the worst thing is that there are still some educated youths who still see everything right with this govt. we are truly bleeped

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