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Sunday, September 11, 2016

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  1. When you fail to remove the log in your eyes fisrt, you also need deliverance abi you nor see ameachi and fashola? Even your army chief.

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    1. My dear they own pass log,na stone dey dia eyes.Ndi ojoo ndi ojoo
      Forgotten That they 4fingers are pointing back to them!

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  2. All yea supporters that are blind.

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  3. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  4. Hahaha.
    Don't mind them.
    We'v got lotsa them on here.
    Silly political stooges...defending thieving politicians not minding exhibiting their stupidity

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    1. Even d blogger follow join sef

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  5. whatever, who cares I certainly don't..... miss hottie

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  6. Hahahaha...the witches in ur village are using ur picture as handfan...

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  7. What do you mean by your $31M? The one with the federal goverment how has it helped us? As if even if they recover the funds it will be shared among nigerians, abeg Pls park well.

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    1. God bless you...

      the more money they claim to discover, the worsethings get with the ordinary man

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  8. What do you mean by your $31M? The one with the federal goverment how has it helped us? As if even if they recover the funds it will be shared among nigerians, abeg Pls park well.

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  9. Only in Nigeria that the poor defend the rich.
    The youths even baffle me the most.... we are divided between PDP and APC instead of fighting between good and bad.. what a shame! Development is indeed far from us

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    1. Its only in Nigeria!!
      Am glad even those black people that hate our jollof rice don't think like us!

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    2. Excuse me? Where is the good? It's a battle of evil n lesser evil...

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  10. wordless post kaman wordless post!




    #Enter your comment...

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  11. Epic LMAO 😂😂😂😂

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  12. Lmaooo. So true! Serious "freement" needed.

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  13. Only in nigeria,u wld see d poor, vociferously defending d Rich! Niaja my country,i hail una o! Una weldone!smh

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  14. Only in nigeria,u wld see d poor, vociferously defending d Rich! Niaja my country,i hail una o! Una weldone!smh

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  15. I never knew i had $31m some1 stole. Tel me more sir!! Mtcheeeeew

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  16. COPIED FROM A FRIEND'S FACEBOOK WALL

    STATE OF THE NATION.. NIGERIA.

    I have been following closely the activities of this government and whenever I have the opportunity, I try to find out the opinions of people as regards the performance of this government.
    I just realized that the hardship faced by many Nigerians is simply as a result of the fact that almost everyone of us benefited from the cycle of corruption.
    The bricklayer, plumber, laborers, tiler are all complaining because building construction has slowed down massively cause the thieves no longer have money to spend on real estate.
    The car dealers are grumbling because their cars are begging for buyers. Thieves can no longer spend wastefully.
    The private school owners are shouting because parents can no longer pay outrageous sums and are withdrawing their wards.
    I was shocked when I learn that in a popular private University in Abuja, parents are writing undertaking at the account section for their children to be allowed to write exams... and it goes on and on.
    The fact is, a lot of people are returning to what someone referred to as ''default mode''.We mostly have been living above our REAL MEANS. We have been staying in houses that ordinarily our incomes can't afford. Our children going to schools we can't afford.
    Driving cars we ordinarily can't maintain.
    We have been living a FAKE LIFE all along.
    Now the reality is before us and we don't want to accept it. This shows how morally bankrupt we are.
    You can't eat your Cake and have it.

    TAKE NOTE........"GOD HELP AND BLESS NIGERIA".

    You got billions from bank without collateral using your political influence.
    You put half into your business and spent the other half on exotic cars, jewelries' etc.
    Your business employs 100 people normally.
    You get illegal waivers and concessions to import raw materials at rock bottom prices, you get over-inflated contract to supply government some goods your company produce....in short your company is kept afloat by corruption.
    Now the new Sheriff in town say no more ridiculous waivers, no more inflated contracts, no more bank loans without collateral, in fact its time you or your company pay off the billions of debt owed.....AMCON takes over your company, staff are laid off......And you go on air and say the new sheriff is killing business and causing unemployment..

    The truth is....you and your company were never in business, you were only feeding off the system.
    Too many companies and banks are funded by corruption. Remove corruption from the system and they collapse.......and we end up blaming the person that removes corruption for the collapse of the corruptly run fake company.
    Its like our system and corruption are so interwoven and inseparable that removing one will kill the other.
    Maybe we should tolerate and learn to live without corruption so that Nigeria can survive?
    TA®™

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    1. You got billions from bank without collateral using your political influence.
      You put half into your business and spent the other half on exotic cars, jewelries' etc.
      Your business employs 100 people normally.
      You get illegal waivers and concessions to import raw materials at rock bottom prices, you get over-inflated contract to supply government some goods your company produce....in short your company is kept afloat by corruption.
      Now the new Sheriff in town say no more ridiculous waivers, no more inflated contracts, no more bank loans without collateral, in fact its time you or your company pay off the billions of debt owed.....AMCON takes over your company, staff are laid off......And you go on air and say the new sheriff is killing business and causing unemployment..

      The part above is the part of your epistle I read. You sound like a kid who has never had any leadership role, a good kid though. Now to the matter at hand, a good leader must work with his system and for the best interest of his people. If the 'sheriff' has tried a method , in this case going after corrupt officials and the effect is not positive for his people,he must quickly realise that that is a method that will not work for that period of time. He must device a plan that puts the people first, if he is able to fulfill his personal desires whilst putting his pple first, lucky him. If not he must jettison his desires quickly and go with what works best in his country.

      Nigerians elected him a President, not an imam or pastor. We do not need a pious person as president, we need a man who knows what to do and carries it out effectively

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    2. "He employed 100 pple with his corrupt practices, with seemingly pious regime he and 100 plus other pple are jobless.
      Think my friend, think. I don't know the quaran but there's a part of the bible that says be wise as serpents and gentle as doves.
      Y would a govt render 101 plus pple without source of income just to catch 1 person, when there are viable alternatives.

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    3. Yes, viable alternatives like 1) Taking over his business and controlling it, ensuring he alone bears punishment for his sins
      2) reaching a deal with him that makes sure he continues to employ pple whilst paying his previously stolen funds in installments.
      3) working with him to show u his cohorts, and you can understand better how to prevent future thefts.
      There are probably other things that can be done.
      End point if what u are doing is not working, time to change your course.

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    4. So true, I'm a doc earning 180k monthly, I work in Abuja central area but live in lugbe, I keep my kids with their grandparents in Ibadan because school fees is cheaper there and I don't have a car. In my office I know a clerk married to a clerk and they earn less than 38k monthly each, the both have big cars,live in a two bedroom in wuse2 and their kids go to private schools in Garki that costs about 250k monthly. Now they are complaining daily that things are hard cos they can't keep up.

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    5. Who are you??!!! Such a brilliant and intelligent write up. Eye opening. But dont worry...not everyone here can process this.

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    6. Those clerks are like many of us. Keeping up appearances. I sincerely dont care about how people feel about me. Peace of mind is better than fake life

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  17. Even this one called Jasmine I thought possesses sense has none at all, including Fan Emanuel etc.

    90% of the Nigerian youths even though they possess Masters degrees are illiterates, its all obvious the way they reason on blogs. They are only religious, quoting bible and Koran verses but unable to rationalize that politicians are to serve and make their lives same as other thriving countries. They are wholly daft, only pretentiously religious and annoying.

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