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Tuesday, February 02, 2016

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what is going on?


65 comments:

  1. Wait aso rock is rented?! Who's the landlord abeg?! Useless leaders we have

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    1. Jesus and his twelve disciples will be hosted in the house and the kitchen, that's where the last supper will be prepared. Very wasteful lots we have at the top.

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    2. Bwahahaha olori haf kii me

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    3. Shebi patience Jonathan packed all her cooking utensils from Aso to Otuoke.
      How come you people didn't ask Jonathan what he is doing with all that money for kitchen stuff.
      The difference is still appreciable, considering the present economic condition.
      The presidency will still not cook with Firewood, Osite na ite ona.

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  3. This z serz....reasonable questions were asked though!

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  4. The change Buhari promised us is a charade. All politicians are the same. They don't care about the masses.

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    1. And I was rooting for him,God will punish them seriously

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    2. Our leaders need to learn bout selfless leadership. They r all after their pocket

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    3. I'm waiting for Jaymoore to show his face and paste silly comments. Then I will paste my reply. Let him show first. Fake Igbo man.

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    4. Totally unfair. I thought he was supposed to be a prudent leader? Time indeed will tell.

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    5. Next time when we hear change we go ask which type " good or bad"... They said we were the leaders of tomorrow but we are still dealing with recycled leaders... Sigh!

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  5. If you ask me, no who I go ask?

    When Mama Peace was accused of carting away all the cutlery, plates, pots and pans in Aso rock, some people said it's not possible.
    So why the budget for new ones?

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    1. Gbenu soun. Team APC iyalaya.

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  6. YES!!! I Love this!!
    Nigerians we need to start asking these thieves questions!! We've been made a fool of for far too long!! Wasting our money on stupid, irrelevant things, God help us in this country of ours! Tufiakwa to all ye thieves.. aji gbakwa unu ncha nile


    ....Gossip Girl

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    1. God will punish all of you. Damm! How much can I boast of? ALot of people can't afford 1meal per day, suffering has made some people bald and you people are there using billions of naira to furnish a kitchen. Oh God where is thy face?

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  7. Our gift in this country became our curse.

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  8. LWKMD @ Who is the real Landlord of Aso Rock?

    Oya show urself Jaga-Boy.Hahaha

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    1. Bloody hypocrite... You have no comment okwaya... Virginia Emetunmbu, Judge Judy, Madam know it all. It's not the evil man Jonathan this time.

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    2. U forgot to add 'holy Mary, mother of God'

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    3. See your Buhari Ewu hausa dikagi

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    4. Eka joy you are wicked. Una don't finish this sly of a woman. Jobless housewife with fake Engineering degree cert routing for fellow illiterate Buhari with no Waec certificate. Nigeria is finished because of them.

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    5. Eka u r a bona-fide bastard!!
      Sadist of a human being!
      Someone said dis is hw ur entire
      Family is always sad!no wonder!!!
      Pauper n jobless ashana!!

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    6. See wailing wailers, lol! Hope y'all have eaten today! Sowie o! Lol!

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  9. Ndi Ori. I don't blame them cos we Nigerians dont ask questions that's why they have that free will to put up such rubbish as budget Nigerians are blinded by sentiments, tribalism and religion. If only we can stop reasoning thru the anus and stand up against these thieves that call them selves politicians. I swear Nigeria will be a better place.

    Yesterday one Ss2 student fainted because she has not eaten and when we asked her why, she said her mum had to feed the smaller ones cos they re 8 in number. 8 in number na ime ife isi ike ni ileaaa ? And that yesterday isn't the first time cos the teacher said this is the 10th time another student fainted due to hunger.

    If we dont voice out, set aside some certain things and think of a way forward, nigeria will always be in trouble.

    Yesterday's rant shows that many youths are jobless and some are not satified with their job due to the peanuts they re getting paid or is it the sexual harassment. What we Nigerians are just doing is just suffering and smiling and thats why we re nt moving forward.

    All the probing that buhari has been doing why can't he set a good example by making sure that those people that looted and are found guilty should go to jail and atleast stay there for at least 1yr or so. Rather they will use the same looted money to bail themselves. Whereas ordinary people are being sent to jail over peanuts and note, i am not in support of stealing no matter the amount. Am just pissed shaa. I would have loved to continue typing but abeg my fingers dey pain me. Not like my rant will change anything.

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    1. lagos is my home2 February 2016 at 08:33

      You know you are poor but have 8 children ....let start with that question and how irresponsible that parent is . Who is expected to feed the 8 .
      No sympathy there .... i too will like many children but have 2 because that d number i can feed

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    2. 8 kids?! I don't feel sorry for her parents. It's no the governments fault people give birth like animals. What r u doing with 8 kids??? Why do poor people like having too many children??

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    3. @ sexy mother, chop kiss for dis ur comment.

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    4. 8kids..na die be that ooo.for this country?

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    5. I discovered That sex is the only recreational activity the so called "poor people" engage in.

      Whilst others have probably a 2 bedroom flat, duplex etc. To move around, do diff things,Dey v 1 room. So sex sex sex is what they can afford all the time, we go to movies, can afford to go to the beach, go out,get engaged in oda activities.

      Also we go to work ,we are more enlightened and exposed.
      Is it the vulcanizer who wat dey discuss in his shed whilst taking "paraga" is sex sex sex dt wld not waylay his pap hawking wife at 12noon when the children are away in school or even 10am 11am 12noon 1pm  2pm as he wishes.

      This same vulcanizer would meet up with "the curvy orange seller" behind dt abandoned bus at night. The girl gets pregnant and puts to bed..
       after sometime her pple advice her to get pregnant again so she wont v just 1 child for her "husband" . The cycle continues.
      The lady hawking food is getting old and ds " vulcanizer issokay ooò" she lures him just to give birth, she gives him extra meat and infact kips correct 'isan ' for him. Buys malt or him to push his food down.

      These pple's mentality is smtin else..

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    6. The reason she has 8 kids is probably because she is an illiterate. U hv 2 because u r enlightened and can watch urself and probably because ur husband is reasonable

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  10. What do you mean by what is going on? It's self explanatory.

    The budget of yam and fraud
    This administration came up with the most outrageous and fraudulent budget ever in the history of Nigeria.
    #BudgetOfFraud.

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  11. When we keep voting for the ones who are just out for what they can grab...then things like this will keep happening... This is the height of wickedness...it is well

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  12. am just sitting down and watching.......

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  13. Oh God.....c d amount of monies bn spent on frivolities. My God!!!!!!

    176 comment 2016

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  14. Let's nt decieve ourself Naija is doomed and only revolution and a radical change of d rubbish we call constitution can save us...

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  15. Why not reduce this over bloated cost already, why do politicians always look for ways to eat our yam? We know govt do transact at higher prices, but these once are not good to the ears. This is the reason why I still remain apolitical, to avoid heartbreak by politicians and govt officials till God knows when.

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  16. If u ask me na who I go as?

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  17. Buhari is a scam, Nigerians will soon wake up to that reality.

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    1. Is dis Jonathan's budget nw?

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    2. Makavelli you must be new on this blog to know that Potable Viv is mentally challenged. Ignore herher please.

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  19. BOO LEADERS

    I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending,on objects of benevolence,the money of their constituents.It is a popular delusion that the government wastes vast amounts of money through inefficiency and sloth.Enormous effort and elaborate planning are
    required to waste this much money.

    To vastly improve your country and truly make it
    great again, start by choosing a better leader. Do
    not let the media or the establishment make you
    pick from the people they choose, but instead
    choose from those they do not pick. Pick a leader
    from among the people who is heart-driven, one
    who identifies with the common man on the street
    and understands what the country needs on every
    level. Do not pick a leader who is only money-
    driven and does not understand or identify with the
    common man, but only what corporations need on
    every level.
    Pick a peacemaker. One who unites, not divides. A
    cultured leader who supports the arts and true
    freedom of speech, not censorship. Pick a leader
    who will not only bail out banks and airlines, but
    also families from losing their homes -- or jobs due
    to their companies moving to other countries. Pick
    a leader who will fund schools, not limit spending
    on education and allow libraries to close. Pick a
    leader who chooses diplomacy over war. An honest
    broker in foreign relations. A leader with integrity,
    one who says what they mean, keeps their word and
    does not lie to their people. Pick a leader who is
    strong and confident, yet humble. Intelligent, but
    not sly. A leader who encourages diversity, not
    racism. One who understands the needs of the
    farmer, the teacher, the doctor, and the
    environmentalist -- not only the banker, the oil
    tycoon, the weapons developer, or the insurance
    and pharmaceutical lobbyist.
    Pick a leader who will keep jobs in your country by
    offering companies incentives to hire only within
    their borders, not one who allows corporations to
    outsource jobs for cheaper labor when there is a
    national employment crisis. Choose a leader who
    will invest in building bridges, not walls. Books,
    not weapons. Morality, not corruption.
    Intellectualism and wisdom, not ignorance.
    Stability, not fear and terror. Peace, not chaos.
    Love, not hate. Convergence, not segregation.
    Tolerance, not discrimination. Fairness, not
    hypocrisy. Substance, not superficiality. Character,
    not immaturity. Transparency, not secrecy. Justice,
    not lawlessness. Environmental improvement and
    preservation, not destruction. Truth, not lies.
    Most importantly, a great leader must serve the best
    interests of the people first, not those of
    multinational corporations. Human life should
    never be sacrificed for monetary profit. There are
    no exceptions. In addition, a leader should always
    be open to criticism, not silencing dissent. Any
    leader who does not tolerate criticism from the
    public is afraid of their dirty hands to be revealed
    under heavy light. And such a leader is dangerous,
    because they only feel secure in the darkness. Only
    a leader who is free from corruption welcomes
    scrutiny; for scrutiny allows a good leader to be an
    even greater leader.
    And lastly, pick a leader who will make their citizens proud. One who will stir the hearts of the people, so that the sons and daughters of a given nation strive to emulate their leader's greatness.Only then will a nation be truly great, when a leader inspires and produces citizens worthy of
    becoming future leaders,honorable decision makers and peacemakers. And in these times, a great leader must be extremely brave. Their leadership must be
    steered only by their conscience, not a bribe.

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  20. Hian, what is truly and really going on? The most annoying thing is that this will just be swept under the carpet like nobody noticed.
    My spirit is aggrieved by all these.

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  21. There are actually two sides to this; either these things where not previously purchased or the current and former are just same kinda politicians.

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  22. Until Nigerians understand the need to be involved in governance, we will continue to be treated as FOOLS.. What we have is a nation without a system that works. A people whose attitude is NONCHALANT. Until there is a clear demand for accountability, all that will keep going on in this country is the "COME and CHOP" mentality. So unfortunate...

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    1. Until you Willy Willy becomes a human being.

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    2. Hahaha. Ara nonchalant ti wo 'n so niyen!!!

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  23. Jesu,see stealing in the name of budget,and the govt still wants us to pay for depositing our own monies all in the name of the country needs money.
    Baba God abeg save your people from writing pen thieves.

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  24. Questions questions and no answer. God is watching this country very well

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  25. Thunder fire una generation..useless monkeys trying to stop eating banana so as to starting eatin chicken..aye ti boje

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  26. I don't know what to say..... but I'm so sad considering the fact that in this country, people are steadily deprived of needs as cheap as a few thousand naira.... ppl are thrown out of their houses because they can't pay rent, Buhari has made this country a living hell at least for the moment and anybody who says otherwise is just suffering and smiling... the suffering is tooooooo much even me myself, I'm feeling it to the bones...and this same money we're looking for is what tens of millions are used in buying kitchen utensils... what have we done to deserve all these sufferings?????
    When you're touring England and France and see how lovely a place they are, don't you feel the motivation to make your country like that???

    Are we cursed????
    I don't think so but it seems so...


    *Sips Hennessey from a platinum chalice and adjusts concave lenses*

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  27. This is evil, as in pure evil.

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  28. Stella please get this gist! Heard Dabota marriage to Prince Aku has crashed.

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  29. I weep for my country. I weep because in it's abundance we the citizens have nothing. A government that has made it's mission to destroy the common man.

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  30. Very soon we'll hear that Nigeria herself's on lease
    Odi real egwu

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  31. How many of us here can govern this country?

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  32. Breeze don dey blow, we don dey see Fowl yanch! It's saddening to know that the country is on the benchmark of collapsing, I thought change was indeed here, untill I get my facts and figures ryt on this matter! I won't stop believing in buhari, knowing he is capability of tackling corruption! For all I know,this could be FFK in Disguise! I reserve my comments till all d newspaper/ TV stations carry this Post! God bless nigeria and enlighten the citizens as to realise their true power by demanding for our rights!!!! #pouts in chinese#

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  33. madness and greed in govt hierarchy

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  34. After these emotional outburst, most without logic, they will hurry to the next post & start quarrelling over nothing or laugh at the 'beef' between foreign artists, or local ones sef. By bedtime, no one remembers anything from this article. Tomorrow morning, its like it never got written n posted. & u wonder why we're in deep shit. Fish. That's what Nigerians are, empty headed no sense having silly keep on getting easily caught killed & eaten fish.

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