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Politics / Rochas Okorocha Achievement Tracker - 2011 - To 2015 by fabileh: 2:51pm On May 24, 2011
Nigerians What do you expect from my Mentor Owelle Rochas Okorocha In Imo State In The Next Four Years.

I have personally met him sometimes in 2006 In Abuja - Precisely Custom HQ In Abuja, then I was working with one of the Health Maintenance Organization Under NHIS.

For Me - ''Youth Empowerment To Curb Unemployment''

What is your own Expectation
Celebrities / Over 25 Percent Of The Performers From Wrestlemania Vii Have Died by fabileh: 2:40pm On May 24, 2011
Over one-quarter of the performers who took part in 1991's Wrestlemania VII have died, a wrestling website noted in the wake of the death of "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

The Wrestling Observer newsletter discovered that 14 of the 51 performers at the event have died in the past 20 years, with many of the deaths attributed to drug use (link is subscription only).

The list of wrestlers who have died since 1991 include some of the biggest stars in the sport like Savage, Andre the Giant, Miss Elizabeth and The British Bulldog. Causes of death include suicides, murder and heart attacks, some the result of years of anabolic steroid use. Savage died last week after suffering an apparent heart attack behind the wheel of his truck. His ex-wife, Miss Elizabeth, passed away after overdosing on a variety of drugs in 2003.

Looking at the list is a sobering reminder of the realities of a make-believe sport like professional wrestling. Not all of the men and women listed played a part in their own demise; referee Joey Marella was the victim of a car crash that occurred when he was driving home from a match.

Politics / Rochas Okorocha Apga Candidate Wins Election In Imo State by fabileh: 11:17am On May 07, 2011
At last Rochas Okorocha has succeeded in Chasing Ohakim out of Office

The likes of Rochas is what the Imo people need at this time and NOT A MAN THAT MADE JOBLESS GRADUATES TO PAY N2,000 FOR FORMS TO GET A JOB

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Marketers Needed For An International Company by fabileh: 4:05pm On Jan 12, 2011
Opportunity closing soon
Jobs/Vacancies / Marketers Needed For An International Company by fabileh: 9:14am On Jan 11, 2011
An International Company needs marketers (Must ba a graduate)
Text Your Name, Qualification, Sex, mobile number and Location in Lagos to 08058400221

NB - Please this offer is strictly for Gruaduates who reside in Lagos
Career / Merry Christmas To All Nairalanders : : What Are Your Goals For 2011 by fabileh: 8:42pm On Dec 25, 2010
what are your goals for 2011
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Marketers Wanted For An International Company by fabileh: 1:46pm On Dec 23, 2010
are there offers for 2011
Politics / Nigeria-by Sanusi Lamido Sanusi by fabileh: 11:32am On Dec 10, 2010
A refreshing perspective - Interesting read!!!

Please if you write a silly book,

don’t invite Sanusi Lamido Sanusi to make a presentation,

I guess Olaniwun Ajayi haslearnt from this.

Sanusi faults Olaniwun Ajayi on Northern domination

The Central Bank Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, surprised guests present at the Muson Centre for the launching of the book of Sir Olaniwun Ajayi at the Muson Centre in Lagos .

The book titled: “ Nigeria , Africa ’s failed asset?” attracted many important dignitaries, intellectuals and some governors. The argument by discussants centered on whether or not the colonial masters laid the foundation for the problems Nigeria is currently facing.

Many argued that the British loved the North and that was why it gave more than 50 percent of the National Assembly seats to the North at independence.

Sanusi, however, stole the show when he spoke. His speech was anchored on the plank that the British and Nigerian rulers are responsible for the state of the situation Nigeria finds itself today.

[b]Below is his unedited speech.

“Let me start by saying that I am Fulani (laughter). My grandfather was an Emir and therefore I represent all that has been talked about this afternoon. Sir Ajayi has written a book. And like all Nigerians of his generation, he has written in the language of his generation.

“My grandfather was a Northerner, I am a Nigerian. The problem with this country is that in 2009, we speak in the language of 1953. Sir Olaniwun can be forgiven for the way he spoke, but I cannot forgive people of my generation speaking in that language.

“Let us go into this issue because there are so many myths that are being bandied around. Before colonialism, there was nothing like Northern Nigeria . Before the Sokoto Jihad, there was nothing like the Sokoto caliphate. The man from Kano regard himself as bakane. The man from Zaria was bazazzage. The man from Katsina was bakatsine. The kingdoms were at war with each other. They were Hausas, they were Muslims, they were killing each other.

“The Yoruba were Ijebu, Owo, Ijesha, Akoko, Egba. When did they become one? When did the North become one? You have the Sokoto Caliphate that brought every person from Adamawa to Sokoto and said it is one kingdom. They now said it was a Muslim North.

“The Colonialists came, put that together and said it is now called the Northern Nigeria . Do you know what happened? Our grand fathers were able to transform to being Northerners. We have not been able to transform to being Nigerians. The fault is ours.

Tell me, how many governors has South West produced after Awolowo that are role models of leadership? How many governors has the East produced like Nnamdi Azikiwe that can be role models of leadership? How Many governors in the Niger Delta are role models of leadership? Tell me. There is no evidence statistically that any part of this country has produced good leaders.

You talk about Babangida and the economy. Who were the people in charge of the economy during Babangida era? Olu Falae, Kalu Idika Kalu. What state are they from in the North?

“We started the banking reform; the first thing I heard was that in Urobo land, that there will be a curse of the ancestors. I said they (ancestors) would not answer. They said why? I said how many factories did Ibru build in Urobo land? So, why will the ancestors of the Urobo people support her?

“We talk ethnicity when it pleases us. It is hypocrisy. You said elections were rigged in 1959, Obasanjo and Maurice Iwu rigged election in 2007. Was it a Southern thing? It was not. “The problem is: everywhere in this country, there is one Hausa, Ibo, Yoruba and Itshekiri man whose concern is how to get his hands on the pile and how much he can steal.

Whether it is in the military or in the civilian government, they sit down, they eat together. In fact, the constitution says there must be a minister from every state.

“So, anybody that is still preaching that the problem of Nigeria is Yoruba or Hausa or Fulani, he does not love Nigeria . The problem with Nigeria is that a group of people from each and every ethnic tribe is very selfish. The poverty that is found in Maiduguri is even worse than any poverty that you find in any part of the South.

The British came for 60 years and Sir Ajayi talked about few numbers of graduates in the North (two at independence). What he did not say was that there was a documented policy of the British when they came that the Northerner should not be educated. It was documented. It was British colonial policy. I have the document. I have published articles on it. That if you educate the Northerner you will produce progressive Muslim intellectuals of the type we have in Egypt and India . So, do not educate them. It was documented. And you say they love us (North).

“I have spent the better part of my life to fight and Dr. (Reuben) Abati knows me. Yes, my grandfather was an Emir. Why was I in the pro-democracy movement fighting for June 12? Is (Moshood) Abiola from Kano ? Why am I a founding director of the Kudirat Initiative for Nigerian Development (KIND)?

“There are good Yoruba people, good Igbo people, good Fulani people, good Nigerians and there are bad people everywhere. That is the truth. “Stop talking about dividing Nigeria because we are not the most populous country in the world. We have all the resources that make it easy to make one united great Nigeria . It is better if we are united than to divide it.

“Every time you talk about division, when you restructure, do you know what will happen? In Delta, Area, the people in Warri will say Agbor, you don’t have oil. When was the Niger Delta constructed as a political entity? Ten years ago, the Itshekiris were fighting the Urobos. Isn’t that what was happening? Now they have become Niger Delta because they have found oil. After, it will be, if you do not have oil in your village then you cannot share our resources.

“There is no country in the world where resources are found in everybody’s hamlet. But people have leaders and they said if you have this geography and if we are one state, then we have a responsibility for making sure that the people who belong to this country have a good nature.

“So, why don’t you talk about; we don’t have infrastructure, we don’t have education, we don’t have health. We are still talking about Fulani. Is it the Fulani cattle rearer or is anybody saying there is no poverty among the Fulani?”, he said.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Marketers Wanted For An International Company by fabileh: 10:16am On Nov 29, 2010
please extend the offer to other fields
Celebrities / Re: Over My Dead Body Will D'banj Bang Me by fabileh: 10:57pm On Nov 22, 2010
me na seven pack abs i see there ohhhh
Politics / Atiku Has Been Chosen As Pdp Nothern Consensus Candidate by fabileh: 10:28pm On Nov 22, 2010
I just heard that on TVC , My people what are your reactions
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Port Harcourt Vacancy by fabileh: 7:18am On Aug 30, 2010
Only Admin Jobs
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Weekly Oil And Gas Jobs Alert by fabileh: 10:48am On Jul 23, 2010
hope you got my details
Jobs/Vacancies / An Oil Service Developing Firm Recruiting by fabileh: 3:19pm On Jul 22, 2010
Booms Conglomerate An Oil Service Developing Firm

Recruiting Nigerian Fresh Graduates

Qualification: Bsc/MBA - (Must Have a minimum of 2nd Class Lower)

Text your details in this format: Name, Location, Age, Qualification and Grade to 08067848484

Warning:If Shortlisted your CV will be verified
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Weekly Oil And Gas Jobs Alert by fabileh: 4:28pm On Jul 20, 2010
Thanks, I have sent in my details, Pls notify me of future opportunities on 07026140809
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Latest Jobs From Around The World by fabileh: 9:22am On May 29, 2010
uk or europe in general
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Recruitment In Nigeria Ongoing by fabileh: 9:21am On May 29, 2010
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