Stella Dimoko Kenyan's Prof. Lumumba Speaks On Anti-Corruption Whilst They Look On....


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Sunday, November 06, 2016

Kenyan's Prof. Lumumba Speaks On Anti-Corruption Whilst They Look On....

Prof. Patrice Lumumber's Keynote Address At The Role of Legislature In Fight Against Corruption.

He hit the nail on the head whilst they looked on.....
Click on the video and you will understand when you see them in the


  1. Abeg.who get this prof 'contact...?I'm just so inlove with him".his 'lips,ascent and words'makes me cum!!!!!Prof .free bj for you.😍😍😍😄😄😄

  2. Dino, Sasaki and all of them look like they are in the wrong place. This guy emphasizes the need to stop corruption in order to have economic growth in Africa. The African leaders are so eager to sign at the UN only for them not to follow up. They claim that there is war against corruption and don't even know how to discipline the culprits...we all know what the professors talking about that the whole of Africa's GDP is not up to some European countries GDP eg Germany,france n Spain . Nigeria needs to step up their game and step up fast

  3. Intelligent man! Loved every minute of his speech. I can't help but wonder why the Vice President kept pressing his iPad all through and only paid attention towards the end when the Professor addressed him and made mention of President Buhari's fight against corruption. Does that mean he wasn't paying attention or what? Hmm

  4. This one that I do not have enough data, I would love to watch it.

  5. You acknowledge Nigeria is in trouble when after an Hour, the postponement on Corruption has 3 comments while Chronicles already has over 70.

    We are most interested in Tatafo than positive things for our country, yet we think growth and developments is in religion. God willing Nigerians will learn.

    1. You are so right!! I posted the comment before yours (14:39) and just came back to read what others felt about the video and was shocked to see only 5 comments! Yet, the Wendy Williams and Blac Chyna post that has a close to 30 minute video similar to this one has already amassed 40 comments. It's a damn shame. God willing Nigerians will learn, amen and amen!

  6. My fellow Kenyan has said is as it is. Our biggest problem in Africa is corruption. Very eloquent well spoken intelligent man. Enjoyed listening to every bit of the speech. Look up his other speeches, just as amazing as this one.

  7. People didn't watch this video or just didn't wanna comment ? I just got back now, Make I read news, saw this and decided to read comments to take understand the matter, there's just one direct comment on the matter, the who's and the doeeee


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