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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by flyingpig: 3:52pm On Aug 01
Anuoluwa1234:
A typical Nigerian man!!!... Many ppl blame the politicians etc, even I,... but truth be told, an average politician is exhibiting what and an average Nigerian man( male/females) will do, if power is given to him!!!.. angry angry angry..

Wickedness, selfishness, scam, lies, every bad behaviour of this life is flowing in our muscles undecided undecided.. I believe there is something fundamentally wrong with Nigeria/Nigerians.. something far beyond human comprehension!!!!.

95% of Nigerians are deceitful.. no truth at all, etc... Imagine, a yahoo boy raining curse in government, calling dem Thief.. etc..

How many of us write the correct time when we get to work, how many of us care about our neighbors, etc... This this are all sum up, contributing to all these gibberish!!!..

The Bible says, Righteousness exalts a nation... And here we are, full of lies, hatred bitterness etc... Let's wait and watch how we will grow undecided undecided undecided...

Compare the behaviours of white ppl with the black, and reason why we are still far behind.. there is no magic in it.. but we can't pay the price, cuz of our human nature..

Only those who can realise this fact & understand, will be pulled out of that bondage!!!...

Sincerely, I sometimes wish all my live in Nigeria is just a dream!!! undecided undecided

Argue with Ur keyboard!!!...
Shallom
I laugh tire reading ur post. Very funny cheesy
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Bizibi(m): 3:53pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
OP, who send you with this propaganda?


Let me show you Amosun's model schools.
hehehehe.....
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 3:57pm On Aug 01
I did better than Osoba, Daniel combined, Amosun boasts


https://punchng.com/i-did-better-than-osoba-daniel-combined-amosun-boasts/





I agree with him

If you disagree, kindly prove him wrong with facts, not lying propaganda because I have facts and pictures.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 4:02pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:





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.

I'm aware that you have to defend your pay....
But while doing so, apply wisdom...

That my Oga did this doesn't mean he's entirely right.

The bridges at Ibara, Iyana Mortuary, uncompleted at Ijebu-igbo, Elega are all meaningless....
The combined traffic on those routes is less than that of V.I. Well constructed wide roads will do...

Go to Ifo, Agbara, Yewa, Ijebu and tell them your boss was a performer, I doubt you will get home with your limbs intact...

Less I forget, 70% of the roads and bridges constructed were federal roads which he was reimbursed for.
So in essence, we should ask where the IGR and monthly allocations truly went.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by LibertyRep: 4:03pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:



Sadly, the propaganda article did not articulate or spell that.

The broad impression that he left abandoned and uncompleted schools was a lie and a disservice to Amosun because he built many model schools and if some are unused or some are still not completed, that question should be posed to the current governor because governance is continuum.

It's like blaming Ameachi for the abandoned monorail in Rivers when in fact Wike should have picked up the baton and carry on with the project.

You don't see this kind of propaganda rubbish in Lagos state with their metro rail project or any project for that mater, Ambode played that game and got kicked out,

It's kind of ridiculous how current governors bring all all kinds of excuses to continue and complete projects left by their predecessors, it's even worse when useless and incompetent oppositions that actually did not build any school when they were in power run mouth as if they have any credibility to stand on.


Wether the OP is an agent of the current Government and engaging in propaganda is another kettle of fish entirely.

What is however obvious is that the 20 Model Schools project Amosun embarked upon were needless, misdirected and a complete waste of public fund. Most painfully, they were arrogantly done against public opinion. At best 3 Model Schools ( one per each senatorial district) should suffices.

How can anyone claim to have spent #20billion on building these schools, when the public schools in the state are in parlous state. Such fund should have been used to increase the capacity of the current schools and raise the bars. That was the general opinion of the people back then but he wouldn't have none of those.

Before he left, not up to three of the schools were running. In a sane clime, he should be answering for that mindless wastage of people's patrimony left in his care.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 4:07pm On Aug 01
ntyce:


I'm aware that you have to defend your pay....
But while doing so, apply wisdom...

That my Oga did this doesn't mean he's entirely right.

The bridges at Ibara, Iyana Mortuary, uncompleted at Ijebu-igbo, Elega are all meaningless....
The combined traffic on those routes is less than that of V.I. Well constructed wide roads will do...

Go to Ifo, Agbara, Yewa, Ijebu and tell them your boss was a performer, I doubt you will get home with your limbs intact...

Less I forget, 70% of the roads and bridges constructed were federal roads which he was reimbursed for.
So in essence, we should ask where the IGR and monthly allocations truly went.




And I'm very much aware that they pay you to lie, discredit and peddle propaganda.

You are free to list whatever you want and twist however you want, fact remains that Amosun regardless of uncompleted projects he embarked, he remains the most productive and high achieving governor in the history of Ogun state, fats also remains that he delivered more more projects than all the governors before him and the current governors combined.

Uncompleted projects are for the incoming governors to pick up and complete so you really are not making any sense.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Born2conquer: 4:09pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
OP, who send you with this propaganda?


Let me show you Amosun's model schools.
The present government is really trying hard to discredit Amosun work !

One of the schools Amosun Built was even converted into a tech hub by this present government

Shame on them
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 4:09pm On Aug 01
LibertyRep:


Wether the OP is an agent of the current Government and engaging in propaganda is another kettle of fish entirely.

What is however obvious is that the 20 Model Schools project Amosun embarked upon were needless, misdirected and a complete waste of public fund. Most painfully, they were arrogantly done against public opinion. At best 3 Model Schools ( one per each senatorial district) should suffices.

How can anyone claim to have spent #20billion on building these schools, when the public schools in the state are in parlous state. Such fund should have been used to increase the capacity of the current schools and raise the bars. That was the general opinion of the people back then but he wouldn't have none of those.

Before he left, not up to three of the schools were running. In a sane clime, he should be answering for that mindless wastage of people's patrimony left in his care.


Amosun built the schools, it's up to the current governor to use the schools and complete the uncompleted ones.

Governance is continuum.

Case closed.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Born2conquer: 4:11pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:



He made the promise in 2012 according to your propaganda article, but he commissioned the same model schools in 2016.

Who built the model schools in the pictures I posted? The same Amosun right?

Have you asked the sponsors of your propaganda how many schools they've built for the people of Ogun state?

See? Propaganda miss road, the story and reality no even match.
We are our problem in Nigeria

We don’t give credit to the real hardworking Governor.

See what this Op posted after he was paid to tarnish Amosun image
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Born2conquer: 4:11pm On Aug 01
LibertyRep:
Look at how pictures are flying up and down to confuse the people here.

To properly educate the people and not further engage in cheap propaganda or image laundering, the two parties should answer these questions:

Out of the 20 Model Schools, how many were completed before the expiration of his 8 years tenure?

How many were operational before he left office?
Do not Mind the OP

LALASTICLALA Should Delete this thread! It is misleading

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by NGpatriot: 4:14pm On Aug 01
Born2conquer:

The present government is really trying hard to discredit Amosun work !

One of the schools Amosun Built was even converted into a tech hub by this present government

Shame on them

I'm not even a fan of Amosun, but to broadly say he did nothing but abandoned project or insinuate that he stole just doesn't match realities on the ground because it's on record that he delivered more and better projects than all the governors before him combined.

This is what I have about many of these lazy and incompetent governors, your predecessor can not complete everything, it is up to you to continue, this is what governance is all about, even you yourself are going to leave behind uncompleted projects.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by kunkelhanspeter(m): 4:14pm On Aug 01
majamajic:


Abia is far better than Ogun in terms of this amosun of a man , he wasted the 8yrs , I suffered in Ogun state in the hands of this man then
Lol
U can’t compare anything to Abia bro
The past and present is nothing to write home about
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 4:15pm On Aug 01
Born2conquer:

The present government is really trying hard to discredit Amosun work !

One of the schools Amosun Built was even converted into a tech hub by this present government

Shame on them

I'm no supporter of the current govt as well. If he truly wants to discredit Amosun, he should probe and punish those responsible for the waste and corruption.
But all Dapo do is to talk and look the other way....

Why was the building converted to a tech hub?

How many of such schools are fit to accommodate students..
Even before Amosun left office, he had converted 2 or 3 for other uses. That shows the faulty plan he had...

Why build schools with billions and hand them over to other organizations?
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Born2conquer: 4:16pm On Aug 01
OkikiOluwa1:

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.
Nigeria will be better but we need to start giving enough credit to the functioning governors so that others would be eager to work more.

You mentioned the Road he’s yet to do but failed to list the Roads He completed. What about the model school Dapo converted to Tech hub?

Amosun did his part what is stopping DAPO from completing what Amosun started?
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by ntyce(m): 4:20pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:





And I'm very much aware that they pay you to lie, discredit and peddle propaganda.

You are free to list whatever you want and twist however you want, fact remains that Amosun regardless of uncompleted projects he embarked, he remains the most productive and high achieving governor in the history of Ogun state, fats also remains that he delivered more more projects than all the governors before him and the current governors combined.

Uncompleted projects are for the incoming governors to pick up and complete so you really are not making any sense.


At what cost?

No intellectual being will praise Amosun for what he did cos it was sheer waste of resources....
Let me also include the 12 storey building at Ibara he forcefully sold to Opic...

Yet you try to defend such...

I'm no employee of any govt but the truth must always be told...

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by LibertyRep: 4:22pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:



Amosun built the schools, it's up to the current governor to use the schools and complete the uncompleted ones.

Governance is continuum.

Case closed.

Before we blame the one who inherited the mess, why not chastise the person who birthed the problem.
He wasted fund on needless white elephant projects. It was purely an ego trip largely designed to benefit his cronies.

Yeah. Governance is continum and that's why the current Government has converted some of the schools to other uses. TechHub along Kobape and I think one Isolation center somewhere in Ijebu axis.

If about 15 out of 20 schools were completed and running before he left, then the current government would be forced by public outcry to complete them.

If not for the paddy paddy government we run, that man should be answering for that wastage.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by lenghtinny(m): 4:27pm On Aug 01
Simplyleo:
Rubbish.

We all know a lot was embezzled in the project, but taking picture of a tiny part and giving it such caption is unacceptable.

The posted structure can't cost more than 5 million. And even a pig will not present it as project worth 50 million. undecided
Next time don’t put your mouth in a matter you don’t know jack about angry.....

So a project that involved 26 schools in all the 20 LGAs didn’t cost more than 50 million.....

If you know how massive that structure alone is you won’t say it’s worth 5 million except the fear of God dey far from you....

We warned that Irokunle onifila gogoro of a man back then in 2012 that he shouldn’t embark on this white elephant project and instead use the money to repair the existing schools but no he wanted a day waterman-esque school which was far from feasible

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Femsyn(m): 4:34pm On Aug 01
Amosun, despite his shortcomings, is still the best governor, Ogun state has ever had.

What I've learnt about those who criticise him, is that, there's always a personal vendetta undertone. For most of us the neutrals, he was great, especially when you know where Ogun State was coming from.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by lenghtinny(m): 4:38pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
Abeg stop the propaganda, the man get his shortcomings, but he built more and better schools than all the past governors combined.

He tried his best, no need to rubbish him with fake news and propaganda.
So out of 26 you no fit show us at least 10 wey your guy man complete.....

Na people wey no Dey Ogun state like simplyleo are the ones you can deceive with your half informed report...

The only project Amosun ever completed to a fault is his house in Ibara GRA

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by lenghtinny(m): 4:42pm On Aug 01
ntyce:


At what cost?

No intellectual being will praise Amosun for what he did cos it was sheer waste of resources....
Let me also include the 12 storey building at Ibara he forcefully sold to Opic...

Yet you try to defend such...

I'm no employee of any govt but the truth must always be told...
Don’t mind these hypocritical idiots.... They can only deceive people that don’t know shit about Ogun state.

Like say we no know how he left Ogun state in debts with all the half completed projects.....

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by DavSagacity(m): 4:47pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
OP, who send you with this propaganda?


Let me show you Amosun's model schools.
See ennhhh. ...May God bless you for these pictures. I don't know where the OP got that picture from. Am not Into Ogun state politics howbeit I live and work around Ita-Oshin area of Ogun state. Between Neuropsychiatric Hospital Ita-Oshin and Wasinnmi Market area along Lagos Abeokut express road alone , there are 2 different functioning model schools in that area. Two of my friend works there as N-power Teachers.
so I don't know the kind of cheap weed that the OP took before coming up with this propaganda.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by abysirius(m): 4:48pm On Aug 01
But there's no reason while his successor shouldn't continue from where he stopped especially if budget allocated for the project has been well managed in the last administration.
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Farki: 4:50pm On Aug 01
One of the worst governors ever, just a useless waste of space this man.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by seguno2: 4:52pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:
OP, who send you with this propaganda?
Let me show you Amosun's model schools.

Address your grievances to Premium Times that published the news.
You can find their contact information on their website.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 4:56pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:



So, all governors must stay in office by any means necessary to complete and commission all the projects they embanked on?
All governors may not finish their projects but a sincere governor ll embark on realistic projects that over 90% of what's started ll be finished before leaving office
NGpatriot:


Makes no sense.

It made sense. You are that's not sensible
NGpatriot:


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.?
We can collate all projects he has done and the uncompleted ones. People are suffering from your boss's uncompleted projects.
NGpatriot:

Please, go away with your propaganda list unless you are also willing to highlight the ones he completed.
I m not going away. Your boss completed some projects. But the weight of his uncompleted ones are making him look like a crook.
Especially those that he shouldn't v embarked upon. Eg: Adigbe-Obada Road.

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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 4:59pm On Aug 01
Born2conquer:

Nigeria will be better but we need to start giving enough credit to the functioning governors so that others would be eager to work more.

You mentioned the Road he’s yet to do but failed to list the Roads He completed. What about the model school Dapo converted to Tech hub?

Amosun did his part what is stopping DAPO from completing what Amosun started?
Dapo completed it. No your boss. Your boss ll v been immortalised if he handle the projects holistically. He embarked on too many projects at a time as if he ll finish all.
Some projects were started before the model schools. He left them. Why suffer Akute-Alagbole people with a road he can't complete
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Born2conquer: 5:01pm On Aug 01
OkikiOluwa1:

Dapo completed it. No your boss. Your boss ll v been immortalised if he handle the projects holistically. He embarked on too many projects at a time as if he ll finish all.
Some projects were started before the model schools. He left them. Why suffer Akute-Alagbole people with a road he can't complete
He’s not my boss

I Simply love Amosun, if only Dapo can be as proactive as Amosun
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 5:03pm On Aug 01
NGpatriot:




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.




.
You seem to be a learner in e-warrior.
Go n learn from the 40 laptop crews and TANoids.
If I should post images of your boss's abandoned projects, he ll sack you for causing his exposure. Instead of you to shut up. You are countering his abandoned projects with pics of finished ones.
Learner!
Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by OkikiOluwa1(m): 5:04pm On Aug 01
Born2conquer:

He’s not my boss

I Simply love Amosun, if only Dapo can be as proactive as Amosun
Fine. The current one looks like a dummy but we can't over pamper the one that left. And left too many incomplete projects there by giving the present one a headache.
It's like you giving too hard sums for a student wey no go pass before
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Re: Amosun’s N27.3 Billion Abandoned Model School Project by Alfredibaba: 5:12pm On Aug 01
We only see the buildings. Schools don't function.

Amosun tried but Ogun State deserves more..

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