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Business / Re: Dangote Refinery Gets 5m Barrels Of Crude Oil From US by DesireV: 3:51pm On Jul 12
IrepChrist:
The united states is not an oil rich country. Most of all thier reserves were purchased from oil producing nations. And your darling Nigeria use to be one of them. Today they have enough oil that could last them 200years. That is a country with vision. Whilst buying from us, we squandered the money. Now they have more than enough to sell back to us and make profits.
Stop misinforming people chief. You can search the world largest crude oil producers. How will you say USA isn't an oil rich country? They purchased most of their reserves that can last them 200years, where do you think they can store that? Google USA annual crude consumption and multiply it by even 50 (not 200) and see if you're making sense.

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Politics / Re: Lawmakers Move To Restrict Cattle Herders, Northern Senators Fume by DesireV: 5:12pm On Jun 06
malali:
Removing the Beef subsidy

Potential Impact on Beef Prices
Implementing large-scale ranching could significantly increase the cost of beef due to the high expenses associated with establishing and maintaining ranches.These would make Nigerian cows too expensive for purchase as cows from Niger and other neighboring countries practicing open grazing will be cheaper in the open market.

Suggested Practical Solutions
Designated Grazing Areas: Allocate specific areas for grazing to prevent clashes while allowing pastoralists to continue traditional herding methods.
Conflict Resolution Mechanisms: Establish local committees to mediate disputes between farmers and herders, promoting peaceful coexistence.
Cooperative Farming: Encourage farmers and herders to form cooperatives, sharing resources and knowledge to improve productivity and harmony.
Community-Based Animal Health Services: Provide mobile veterinary services to support herders, reducing the need for long migrations and potential conflicts.
These solutions aim to be cost-effective and fair to both cattle herders and farmers, ensuring sustainable practices and reducing conflicts.


The Southeast is allowed to ply their trade and open spare parts shop in katsina
The Southwest is holding Aso-rock Office in Abuja
The South-south is FCT Minister in Abuja
Why cant the northern Fulani man feed his cow in the south ?
Lets be tolerant and restructure designated cattle grazing areas in every state to accommodate everybody.







As beautiful as this your write up would have been, the last part in black spoilt it.
The SE man running his shop in Katsina, is he paying rent or he just encroaches on any unoccupied land? Is he paying tax or not?
Comparing private businesses with occupation of Aso rock or FCT minister makes one think you copied the initial part of the write up from somewhere because, to accept that all of the write up emanated from the same brain is difficult.
Is anybody complaining about a Fulani herder who rents land for grazing in the South?
Agriculture / Re: Cow, Ram, Or Goat From The North by DesireV: 7:55am On May 25
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Agriculture / Re: Cow, Ram, Or Goat From The North by DesireV: 10:05pm On May 24
mctech:
Transport fare too is a big factor to consider.

I would really love to buy baby cows and Fulani goats.
Gotten reasonable transport, to Osogbo and Ibadan, for now
Agriculture / Re: Cow, Ram, Or Goat From The North by DesireV: 8:37pm On May 24
Below are 390k each

Agriculture / Re: Cow, Ram, Or Goat From The North by DesireV: 8:35pm On May 24
These 2 cows, 430k each

Agriculture / Cow, Ram, Or Goat From The North by DesireV: 8:30pm On May 24
As Eid Kabir is fast approaching, plan is to enter major livestock markets in Niger state to source what will be sent to the South West. Though, prices generally are up, as with other commodities, I feel it's still a lot cheaper here.

If you're interested, signify, let's work something out.
WhatsApp only 07013127619
Crime / Re: Content Creator, Chidike Emmanuel, Shot Dead In Abuja by DesireV: 9:34am On May 15
This is really sad.
So, individuals going about their legit businesses can be attacked and even killed just like that? Ha!

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Crime / Re: JAMB Releases Additional 36,540 UTME Results by DesireV: 9:18am On May 15
Mrshape:
They have still not released my result, I just checked still show under investigation.
I think you should contact JAMB now
Politics / Re: Aregbesola Removes APC Logo, Tinubu’s, Akande’s Photos From Campaign Office(pix) by DesireV: 9:10am On May 15
fykes:
This is what they call a high rise in Osogbo??
Francis Ezediuno called it high rise, not Osogbo people

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Health / Re: Please Doctors And Other Health Personnels Should Interprete This by DesireV: 8:47am On May 15
Reader530:

Amadioha spotted. I was not with them.
Prof Agida would have explained the findings, in the simplest terms to her. Ask her and if you have more questions, return to the man and ask. Anything outside what he explained is OYO
Health / Re: Please Doctors And Other Health Personnels Should Interprete This by DesireV: 8:35am On May 15
Reader530:
My wife has been having spotting for two weeks and this is the result
Only God knows what's always wrong with some people. A professor of OBGYN and a fertility specialist did a scan and issued a result, he couldn't be asked every question running through your mind but you prefer NL "doctors" for info.
To even say this is a Prof who is willing to explain, in details and simplest terms, whatever it is you seek makes it funnier.
Health / Re: Between Federal Medical Center And Teaching Hospital, Which Is Higher Ranked?? by DesireV: 6:49am On Apr 17
Finlja:
Yes he was diabetic
Once again, sorry about your loss. However, we should understand that some medical conditions aren't as simple as we see them. Imagine wanting to clean up an house that has remained flooded for say 20 years in 2hours. It would have been easier if in the 20years, some maintenance measures to reduce the flood or provide continuous drainage were provided.

Health workers aren't magicians. The fact that he required an amputation is an indication that his blood sugar control wasn't optimal over the years and the diabetic foot he had would have existed for years, it progresses in stages which amputation is treatment for the most advanced stage. This is apart from the damages the suboptimal sugar control has caused in other organs like the kidneys, heart, brain, eyes, blood vessels. Most of which aren't reversible. If you did an autopsy, the primary cause of death would most likely have been from those organs and not the amputation.
You'll now agree with me that 40days to fix all those is just a trial.

I'll advise that you and your siblings start close monitoring of your blood sugar, blood pressure, and weight as early as possible.
Once again, do accept my condolences.

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Car Talk / Re: Niger State Acquires 200 CNG Buses (Video, Pictures) by DesireV: 9:00pm On Apr 16
Busu001:

I can conclusively say that you are just a critic of Gov. Bago. What he is doing is never a misplacement of priority, he is doing just what is needed of him to be done as a governor. Gradually he will reach out to those areas too. But most at times we don't always derive positive meanings from what we see out of hatred or something similar. Within just one year of his stay in office he has done wonders, he has done more of what Abu Lolo our former Governor did in his 8years. Let burst your bubble, Bago is the best governor Niger state has ever had since it inception. I would love it if we are reasonable enough to support our leaders with prayers rather than criticize them.
You most definitely don't know the meaning of priority. The fact that your state has been unlucky with governors shouldn't takeaway your ability to know that A should come before B.
If you think he should build a university before "reaching out to basic education", I want to believe you attended tertiary institution before pry and secondary.
What is needed is spending billions on Airport that serves barely 5000 people in a state flooded with Almajiri? Or scrapping off asphalt on motorable roads while neglecting vital bad ones. Why should Chachanga-Ostrich roundabout be reconstructed when Minna section of Abuja-Minna is bad? When Minna-Bida will soon start swallowing vehicles as rainy season has started? These are vital roads that will further open up the economy of the capital.

You need a teaching hospital when the general hospital is almost non functioning?
Seems you don't go out of that Niger, no right thinking exposed person will say Gov Bago is doing what is needed of him to be done. This gov will be 12 months in office and no single intracity road he started has been completed. Yet, he keeps starting new ones,even economically non-viable ones.

I'm criticizing him out of hatred because I contested the seat with him na or because I want to unseat him in 2027. I'm just a frequent commuter through Niger, not an indigene. So, he does well or not is the least of my problem. You either mischievously ignored my opening statement saying he has great dreams for the state or you're a sycophant, a political jobber, or neophyte. May God spare our lives, I'll quote you in 2027 with abandoned projects that will litter everywhere in that state. It's not by what a governor wants to do but by what the people need and what the govt have resources for.

His best, most appropriate and commendable project so far is the tractor procurement, if it'll be properly administered and the farmers would be secured on their farms. It's
Health / Re: Between Federal Medical Center And Teaching Hospital, Which Is Higher Ranked?? by DesireV: 8:34pm On Apr 16
Finlja:
Na Practical all of them dey use poor man do.

Most especially that Uch..my dad (of blessed memory) see shege there,

40 days + below knee amputation and Las Las he still go.

May his soul continues to R.I.P
Sorry about your loss but may I know if he was diabetic and for how long?
Car Talk / Re: Niger State Acquires 200 CNG Buses (Video, Pictures) by DesireV: 9:11am On Mar 27
Busu001:
The Architect Of New Niger state.
He obviously has great dreams for the state but he's poor with setting priorities or not being properly advised. I'll elucidate using the health, education, and works (infrastructure) sectors.

Immediately he assumed office, he started construction of a teaching hospital and converted the College of Education to a University.
This is a state with non functional primary health facilities & Elementary/Basic education structures. No matter how sophisticated the tertiary health and education are, they will be almost useless in the presence of faulty primary and secondary levels.

For health, the primary level(about 80% of health needs) is to promote health, prevent illnesses, and for prompt treatment of mild illnesses. This is what developed countries now focus on- prevent illnesses rather than wait to manage them when they happen. It's more effective and alot cheaper. Environmental sanitation, health education, nutrition, immunization etc are in primary health. Imagine unavailability of routine childhood vaccines & common antimalarials in primary health centres, women recklessly delivering at home, indiscriminate waste disposal, etc. All of these in the state capital, imagine what's happening in remote areas.
Teaching Hospitals, being at the tertiary level of care(just about 20% of health needs), are meant to attend to complicated cases most of which a functional primary care would have prevented. This governor neglected 80% for 20%. He prefers depriving children BCG, Hep B, Polio, and other vaccines to rather build a teaching hospital to later manage them for Tuberculosis, Hepatitis B, Polio respectively.
The cost of 1 teaching hospital will fund functional primary health centres in every nook and crannies of Niger.
Meanwhile, there are 2 tertiary health facilities within 3hours drive from the state capital (University of Abuja Teaching Hospital & FMC, Bida). The Teaching Hospital project in Minna is a misplaced priority, especially in the face of a poor primary health.

A similar thing is happening with education. It was in Minna I first heard primary school pupils run shifts. As in, due to lack of enough schools/structures, some pupils will go to school in the morning, return by noon or so, then some will go by noon and return few hours later. It's that bad. You can drive for hours within habited areas in Niger without sighting a govt primary or secondary school.
You'll wonder who this governor is building the university for. Same children who have been denied functional basic education? Or he wants them to start from the university? There are about 4 Federal universities within 4hours from Minna.
If you provide sound basic education to people, they will access tertiary no matter how far it is from them. The sound basic education would have created the needed zeal.

Sad thing is that, the Teaching Hospital and University projects are capital intensive and lack of interests by subsequent govts will make them end up being waste of scarce resources but primary health centres or schools require less resources to fund and even NGOs or philanthropists can take over the funding later.

On works, this governor asked citizens to remove interlock on road pavements across Minna with the excuse of wanting to plant grass. Months down the line, the road pavements remain unkempt. Many road constructions were started simultaneously, many of which were previously motorable. Works have stopped on some after scrapping the old bitumen and traffic diversion. Meanwhile, the roads linking the capital to FCT & SW via Kwara are in deplorable conditions. A whole lot of roads within Minna itself are not motorable. This governor replaced streetlight poles. The old ones weren't rusted or bad. If anything must be done to them, maybe repainting. Unfortunately, the supposed replacements were thinner and not as strong as the replaced cheesy
I forsee lots of abandoned projects by the end of this man's tenure and the ones that will be completed will likely not have maximal impact on the lives of the ordinary citizens.

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Politics / Re: We Will Build Awka Into A Befitting State Capital – Soludo by DesireV: 10:17am On Sep 10, 2023
Was the one built by Peter Obi demolished? wink
Politics / Re: Peter Obi Out To Defraud Our Party, We Welcome The Judgement - Apapa LP Faction by DesireV: 9:44pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: Tribunal Dismisses Atiku's Petition, Affirms Tinubu As Elected President by DesireV: 9:36pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th
Politics / Re: Tinubu Welcomes Tribunal Verdict, Calls For Joint Efforts To Build The Nation by DesireV: 9:36pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: Tribunal Dismisses EU’s Report On 2023 Elections Tendered By Obi, LP by DesireV: 3:50pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: Tribunal Rules That Winning 25% Of Abuja Votes Isn't Compulsory by DesireV: 2:47pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: Tribunal Dismissed Petitions Of LP/PDP On Alleged Tinubu’s Drugs Case by DesireV: 2:47pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: 2023 Presidential Election Tribunal Judgement (Live Updates) by DesireV: 1:44pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th

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Politics / Re: Obi Failed To Specify How He Scored Majority Of Votes – Tribunal by DesireV: 1:38pm On Sep 06, 2023
DesireV:

I hope a random tweet isn't what LP will present to the judges as evidences.

What I simply asked for was spread, not winning margins. Infact, let's assume Obi had 2m votes in each of the 11 SE & SS states. Let's further assume he had 2m each in Lagos, Nasarawa, Plateau,Kogi, Benue, Taraba, & FCT while the other candidates had zero in all of these 18 states. He still needs 25% in 6 more states to satisfy spread requirement. Let's assume SW's liberality even gave him all of the Votes in Ekiti and Ondo, those are the 2 SW States with highest Christian population. Still 4 to go cheesy

To think Obi can have 50k people (if only 200k people voted) to vote for him in each of Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Kwara, Niger, Bauchi, Gombe is nothing but delusion of the highest order. I'm glad we both agreed on the 7 NW states. cheesy

Get this imprinted somewhere in your heart, nobody can ride ethnic/religious train to Aso rock. Those who drafted the constitution were smarter.
This exactly was what the smarter candidates knew that made them go into negotiations in all zones.
Wike working for APC is part of the negotiations. He wasn't asked to rig. Remember same Wike was your favourite when he was romancing Obi.

The analysis above is just the best case scenario for Obi. He can't have 25% in Ekiti and Ondo. Was just trying to see if we would reach 24 states.

He would definitely be required to prove that he had 25% in 24 states before his prayer of being declared can be granted. That's after he must have proven that the declared winner and the first runner up had lesser lawful votes than him.
I wrote this March 5th cheesy
Travel / Re: Sallah: Osun Govt Cancels Free Train Ride From Lagos by DesireV: 10:02am On Jun 27, 2023
Praxis758:
The opposition will make a mountain out of this mote by saying Adeleke cancelled it because him and his deputy are Christians.
Unfortunately, Osun doesn't think that way.
Osun has more Muslims than Christians and willingly voted Christian/Christian tickets twice and defended their votes
Travel / Re: Sallah: Osun Govt Cancels Free Train Ride From Lagos by DesireV: 9:57am On Jun 27, 2023
Buddha3:


Osun is not as poor as Ebonyi and Cross River.
Don't mind him.
It's unfortunate how people confidently display ignorance, misinforming unsuspecting folks

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Travel / Re: Sallah: Osun Govt Cancels Free Train Ride From Lagos by DesireV: 9:56am On Jun 27, 2023
successmatters:
It's a very poor state, wonder why they are giving free services there. Almost the poorest state in Nigeria.
Are you sure you know what you are saying?

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Politics / Re: Shaibu Vacates Office For LASU 5.0 CGPA Graduate as Acting Edo Deputy Gov (Pics) by DesireV: 9:43pm On Jun 26, 2023
Highly commendable one from Deputy Gov Shaibu

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Education / Re: Photos Of The Students Drowned In The Marina Calabar Boat Mishap by DesireV: 9:17pm On Jun 26, 2023
MALLEOLUS2017:
The second guy Hamza Kabiru was my friend back then in A.B.U Zaria. Infact we were doing Human Physiology together when he rewrote Jamb and later got admission into same ABU to study Medicine and surgery. Just imagine the sacrifices he made and all that have gone down the drain with no reward for his labour. Death is real my brothers and sisters.
I hope God in His infinite goodness and mercy calls us home when we're in a state of grace.

Rest in peace KB as we fondly called you
It's really sad and unfortunate. I learnt him and the Mustapha guy are finalists, approaching induction already. It's heart wrenching cry cry
Autos / Re: Naira Devaluation Pushes Up Vehicles Duties By 40% by DesireV: 9:47am On Jun 26, 2023
NuCypher:
The bigger question is if the customs is transacting in dollars or naira? This is a very important question we should be asking, if the government itself can start dollarizing the economy. Last I checked, we spend naira in Nigeria, not dollars.
Customs duty is a % of the purchase price of the import item (bought in dollar most times)
For example, import duty on a car of $10000 is 40% of $10000 which is $4000.
Customs collect naira equivalent of $4000 since we spend naira and not dollar.
Other taxes, levies, charges on imported goods are calculated as a % of the purchase price (which isn't in naira)
Politics / Re: Our Shops Will Be Demolished Because Igbo Didn't Vote For APC — Alaba Shop Owner by DesireV: 5:53pm On Jun 17, 2023
JAMO84:
After, una go say Dem hate Igbo

Many non Igbo houses have been demolished, to avoid collapsing, e reach una turn, una turn am to politics and tribalism.
God bless you.
It's really annoying how some people politicise and tribalize every single matter.
The paranoia is sickening

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