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|Obj And The Cnn Adverts by Moukee(m): 4:45pm On Mar 15, 2006|
Once upon a time, as a military head of state, the current civilian president captured my admiration as I watched him do away with the umbrella that was held over his head while delivering a public address at Ogbemudia stadium. Then, I was but a little teenager in the primary school and even though I reasoned and thought like a child, that moment in which OBJ opted to be drenched by the rains like all his fellow citizens that had gathered to welcome, entertain and listen to him, made an indelible impression on my mind. Fast forward to the present. Listening to the news every night on CNN has made me to become acquainted with the tourist potential of countries that thrive on tourism as the mainstay of their economy. But never have I once been subjected to the spectacle of an incumbent or a highly-placed official croaking off from somewhere on a public relations mission. It is my opinion that such things should be left to the experts. I invite readers to comment on the totalitarianism of Obasanjo vis a vis the CNN adverts lauding Nigeria to the skies as 'the heartbeat of Africa'.
|Re: Obj And The Cnn Adverts by Nobody: 8:45pm On Mar 15, 2006|
we are the hearbeat of africa? Ah africa must have a failing heart and is in danger of dying from Myocardial infaction!
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