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|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 3:12pm On Aug 01|
NGpatriot:There's God n God ll judge you & Amosun.
You posted pics of only Akin Ogunpola Model school @ Akinale. That's the only completed one.
If I m not an eye witness I d v been foole d by your pics.
Op, this NGpatriot or NGparrot is a paid e-warrior.
Amosun didn't do well by abandoning projects.
The Akute-Alagbole road,
The road of Asero-Obantoko
The road of Elega -Ajitaadun, Ita-Aka
The road of Rounda to Premier College, before Lafenwa
And the abandoning of Aro Lambo Model College after Ile-Ise Awo in Abeokuta.
All these are just in Abk.
What of Ijebu-Ode, Sagamu, Ikenne, Odogbolu, Sango, Ifo, Ewekoro etc?
Amosun was like a sugarcane gov. He did some projects to cover up for many unfinished ones.
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|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 3:13pm On Aug 01|
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by AmazingELixir: 3:16pm On Aug 01|
Amusu the gun runner...if only he had judiciously used the fund available to him wisely those projects would have been completed, furnished and school activities commenced albeit he resorted to gun running and importation of assault firearms to kill his political rivals.
The man that is posting those pictures is it lizards and rats that will be educated in those empty warehouses.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:18pm On Aug 01|
Of what relevance is your meaningless semantics? What ever connotation or your interpretation of the word try you favor or doesn't is your problem, not mine. Litigate that with yourself all you want.
Favor or no favor, try or not, facts remains that Amosun built more and better schools and even delivered so many quality projects than the governors before and after him combined.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:22pm On Aug 01|
So, all governors must stay in office by any means necessary to complete and commission all the projects they embanked on?
Makes no sense.
Why not just include all the ones in started and completed while in office? Or your negativity and propaganda are only about what he did not complete and not the ones he did very well.?
Please, go away with your propaganda list unless you are also willing to highlight the ones he completed.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 3:23pm On Aug 01|
I think he fully completed 12..
Sure of Akinale, one before Obada, before Kobape and the likes..
The one at Idi-aba was also abandoned...
To me, the schools were a waste of funds done to enrich his pocket....
He same amount spent on those schools would have done a lot to upgrade existing schools...
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:24pm On Aug 01|
Can any os you show us the schools the governor before Amosun built after 8 years in office?
Can you show us the hospitals, roads and bridges the governors before and Amosun built?
No, you can not because they did not build anything, but Amosun build some of the best and quality bridges and interchanges in Nigeria, I have pictures too, no propaganda.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by mechanics(m): 3:24pm On Aug 01|
And he's now a senator.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ngng: 3:25pm On Aug 01|
Anuoluwa1234:"Responsibility: A detachable burden easily shifted to the shoulders of God, Fortune, Luck, Govt, Village's people or one's neighbor. In the days of astrology it was customary to unload it upon a star"
we refuse to take responsibility for what we've made of our country
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by majamajic(m): 3:28pm On Aug 01|
Yes , Ambode slowed things down , if sanwo olu came in immediately after fashola , Lagos will be far ahead
Or even this current deputy governor hamzat , I wish Hamzat continue after sanwo olu
Ambode was a mistake , sanwo olu is working very hard , silently !
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by majamajic(m): 3:29pm On Aug 01|
If ikpezu is governor of ogun state , he will take advantage of over crowded Lagos
Take amosun to Abia , hahaha , let me not talk !
Amosun will share water !
Amosun made life miserable for me in Ogun state then , but it's well
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by feedthenation(m): 3:30pm On Aug 01|
Nothing, absolutely nothing will ever happen to Amosun, one of PMB confidant
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by luckyz4rea(m): 3:30pm On Aug 01|
Correct! There's something about human nature that is too deep to understand. You see a man who was sympathetic about someone that was raped or killed, is the same person that would carelessly call someone stupid or bastard elsewhere.
We feel or act caring and sympathetic but if we happen to be in the shoes of those we condemn we'll likely do worse.
See our reactions here when someone or an animal is killed and compare it to the way we talk about tribalism and fight and use abusive words on ourselves and all the devisions. The absence of God's leading in a man is seen in the rascality and use of their words and actions.
Those little foxes we ignore is what damages the vine that we see in our leaders. We also have ours and until we address them it will become so blooming and blossoming the way we see in our ruthless leaders
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by sulaak(m): 3:31pm On Aug 01|
Internet political agent, I understand that you must earn a living during the pressing COVID-19 pandemic, but Amosun was an abject failure.
To name two critical projects that Amosun abandon:
The abandoned 32km Sango/Akute/Ajuwon/Ojodu-Abiodun road construction.
Abandoned bridge project at Agbado station, Ogun State
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by princemartinsG(m): 3:32pm On Aug 01|
Nigeria is a case of what we sow we must definitely reap.
In all walks of life wherein Nigerians are employed, be it the churches, mosque, court, schools, market, law enforcement and all, Nigerians sows seed of lies, corruption, deceit, selfishness, wickedness and immorality.
Ironically, what you sow you surely must reap.
We as a people cannot keep sowing lies and immorality and expect to be blessed with good humane and honest leaders.
We are our leaders and our leaders are us
VOTE A TRUSTWORTHY LEADER
VOTE DEBO MARTINS
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:33pm On Aug 01|
Internet hate and propaganda agent, the same Amosun built the first flyover in Ogun state and even topped it with more and a beautiful interchange that your own village and kerosene governors can only dream of.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ncoolsome(m): 3:36pm On Aug 01|
27.3m Wetin did he buy the land as well??
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by sirp9898(m): 3:37pm On Aug 01|
That is yoloba sophcated leader indeed
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 3:37pm On Aug 01|
Just imagine what you wrote?
So what should happen to the disfunctional schools? closed and the students moved to 20 schools located Kms away from the city.
how many of those schools are functional with enrolled students?
Were they truly built as govt school?
The truth of the construction - to give more jobs to his Chinese contractors and get more kickbacks.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:37pm On Aug 01|
You useless PDP opposition spent 8 years in Ogun state, they did not build one single school no road, no hospital no bridge, nothing.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by adelove4real200: 3:37pm On Aug 01|
Anu. Not many nairaders will like to hear this. Infact, you really hit the nail on the head. If we speak against the deception of our leaders, how many of us write the correct time on the time book in our place of work. Even those who come early would still draw back the hands of the time with pen so that their colleagues that are late will have more time to fill in their lateness. We can say that the sinful nature of man will always make him do contrary. There is more to Nigeria problems than mind can fathom. We need to always pray for our nation.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by haffaze777(m): 3:38pm On Aug 01|
helinues:You mean agba scammer himself
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:38pm On Aug 01|
Your opinion, of course. You are entitled to it.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 3:41pm On Aug 01|
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Sammy07: 3:44pm On Aug 01|
To say the truth!
Amosun and Ajimobi are the same.
They have their shot comings but they shaped the modern Ogun and Oyo state respectively.
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:44pm On Aug 01|
See people with mediocre village rubbish running mouth.
The difference between quality and world class projects and your village mediocre class projects are very clear.
....but your useless mediocre village governors are always invisible, you only see and demand accountability from governors outside your village borders.
This is just too funny
|Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:48pm On Aug 01|
No, they are not truly needed even in a densely populated and high traffic area as shown in the pictures, in fact, the bridge is just redundant, even the cars, trucks and trailers you see in on the bridges are for show because they are not moving people, goods and services.
Please, try make sense, even a little sense if you can.
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