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Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by RuudVanNisteroy: 2:34am On Mar 25
They are regretting as it starts spreading to them. Which hospital will be able to take care of them.
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by neutralmind: 2:41am On Mar 25
Nedu Ekeke #BBOG
@Nedunaija

Presidency plans to fly Abba Kyari to Lagos for treatment.

But in 3 years between 2016 and 2018, Buhari's govt budgeted a total of N5.2 billion for Aso Villa Clinic.

(2016 = N3.87b,
2017 = N331.7m,
2018 = N1.03b).

So, why Lagos?

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Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by anonymuz(m): 2:42am On Mar 25
RuudVanNisteroy:
They are regretting as it starts spreading to them. Which hospital will be able to take care of them.
i think only 3 hospitals may have the facilities to take care of this, a whole country o
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by Xisnin(m): 2:50am On Mar 25
This rhetorics further dumb down the uninformed populace.

Actually, no country is prepared for Coronavirus.

There is a difference between a hospital and a well equipped and isolated ICU ward.
Italy, with one of Europe's best healthcare, couldn't handle the surging numbers.
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by RuudVanNisteroy: 3:03am On Mar 26
neutralmind:
Nedu Ekeke #BBOG
@Nedunaija

Presidency plans to fly Abba Kyari to Lagos for treatment.

But in 3 years between 2016 and 2018, Buhari's govt budgeted a total of N5.2 billion for Aso Villa Clinic.

(2016 = N3.87b,
2017 = N331.7m,
2018 = N1.03b).

So, why Lagos?
Fantastically corrupt government.
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by dukeprince50: 6:59am On Mar 26
sinkhole:
I dey tell you, maybe God just dey use style dey answer common man prayers for Africa
which kind yeye talk.
The virus attack everyone.
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by Liorcadin: 7:22am On Mar 26
dukeprince50:
which kind yeye talk.
The virus attack everyone.

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Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by 4Play(m): 7:52am On Mar 26
What about the continued decades long clamor by Nigerians for the fuel subsidy to be maintained? This has meant that Nigeria has prioritized reducing the cost of fuel over spending on healthcare, education and infrastructure.

There have been nationwide general strikes and public mass demonstrations (like Ojota Occupy Nigeria) but not once has this happened over healthcare or education spending. We signal to our leaders that maintaining a fixed low-cost fuel price is more important than the state of our hospitals, schools and roads.

The country has the leadership it deserves. If we want good hospitals, we need to campaign for it the same way we have successfully campaigned over 40 years to maintain fuel subsidy.

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Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by edoairways: 7:55am On Mar 26
Probably this epidemic is a blessing in disguise however I hope this menace reset their brain to default setting
Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by RuudVanNisteroy: 3:17am On Mar 27
edoairways:
Probably this epidemic is a blessing in disguise however I hope this menace reset their brain to default setting
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Re: Coronavirus:Nigeria's Corrupt Leaders Will Regret Not Fixing Hospitals by RuudVanNisteroy: 3:18am On Mar 27
4Play:
What about the continued decades long clamor by Nigerians for the fuel subsidy to be maintained? This has meant that Nigeria has prioritized reducing the cost of fuel over spending on healthcare, education and infrastructure.

There have been nationwide general strikes and public mass demonstrations (like Ojota Occupy Nigeria) but not once has this happened over healthcare or education spending. We signal to our leaders that maintaining a fixed low-cost fuel price is more important than the state of our hospitals, schools and roads.

The country has the leadership it deserves. If we want good hospitals, we need to campaign for it the same way we have successfully campaigned over 40 years to maintain fuel subsidy.

We needed general strikes for 24 hour electricity taken for granted by other countries and healthcare.

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