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Monday, January 28, 2019

Peter Obi On The Way Forward For Nigeria...

“For Nigeria to start working again, what we will do is move from policy formulation to program implementation. We will tackle jobs, and the issue of poverty. We will see poverty numbers reduce.” - @PeterObi




Do you agree with him?

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15 comments:

  1. EL O EL.

    We will..we will..
    My people vote for people who genuinely know what they are doing.
    Not for parties that are two ends of a refuse bin.

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    1. As a first class graduate of Economic/Statistics , we use data to analyse the present and forecast the future !!! Obi is very sound, he knows what to do, soon as he comes in !!! He has done it before in Anambra state, GOD will he will do it for Nigeria. Pls get Atikulated !! Whenever I see Peter Obi, I see hope for Nigeria !!!!

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    2. Young man, this is the second time you are proclaiming being a First Class graduate - you may or may not be! That is your headache. Some of us here (who just read and ocassionally make comments) made first class too and have doctorate degrees. However, making a first class or having multiple post graduate degrees doesn't guarantee that you will be successful in life. It is how well you apply your intellect and knowledge. By the way, really wealthy people don't talk or boast about being wealthy. Please, don't rely on all these promises by politicians. Even if Atiku wins (which I pray not cos of his tainted character), Peter Obi will be a dummy/powerless VP - Osinbajo's case is a pragmatic example - brilliant man with an upright character but little or no political power. The Northerners love power and know how to use power - Peter Obi will be useless and frustrated. Finally, I want to advise that you should be humble in life.

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  2. I love this guy. Peter Obi for President!!! He’s what Nigeria needs

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  3. "If I can serve a state for 8years, we were not owing workers, no contractor,nobody and the day I left office I said it everywhere, I left in Fidelity Bank $56m, in Access Bank $50m, in Diamond Bank $56m. These are banks in Nigeria go and ask" ~ Peter Obi.

    I strongly believe in the Atiku/Obi to do better than what we have today. Obi precedent as a governor and Atiku economy acumen along side Obi managerial skills will improve the nation dwindling economy and reduce the rate of poverty in the country. Let's join hand to make Nigeria work again.

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    1. What is Atiku's 'economy acumen'?
      Please elaborate.
      Lolll you lot are sooooooo naive.
      You think being the gov of a state where you ar in total control and being VP of this country is the samething????
      I pity the people in this country so so much.

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  4. He is right though. This is how big companies and economies of countries work and thrive. Projects and programmes, where you have a goal, targets, timescales etc.

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  5. Government can not provide jobs but can provide enivenviron for job creation likewise reducing poverty. Right now the amount of money the federal government gets can not be compatible to Jonathan's era, one problem we have is the dollar increase and which CBN has kept at this rate by steady inflow of dollars and making it easy to get access to the dollar for business and traveling therefore reducing black market dominance. So basically pdp has little or no chances of changing anything if elected because to make electricity constant involves more than a trillion naira which the government don't have and of course NEPA was sold in a dubious manner by the previous government so little can be done now and if anything will take years before this light issue will be solved completely because it's a government property anymore.the roads is being done and is being done in stages so even if pdp comes in it's the same thing. Bokoharam fights gorillar warfare so it's difficult eradicting them, remember this government has seized properties and money belonging to the previous government and made some exiled themselves for fear of bringing them to justice . Just know that if pdp comes into power they will give back those monies and properties and forgive those on exile and clear their names from wrong doing like Jonathan did to that governor. Why do I say pdp instead of atiku and obi? Because they've all signed with the cabals in pdp too and those cabals have spent huge sums of money to make sure they win these election so also atiku himself has brought out huge sums of his personal money and as you well know those monies must be repaid!!! So my take is nothing much will change even if pdp comes in or it might get worse! I noticed we nigerians are just beiib sentimental about our situations instead of facing facts. If we want change it lies in our hand we can improve our economy by ourselves by thinking out of the box amidst these poor economy we are facing we shouldn't depend on government for everything. Corruption has eroded us so much that even in our homes there is corruption. In summary pdp in or apc in there will be no difference it might be worse even with pdp because they've lost much and are spending even more to see they win these election! The onoghen case is because he has been compromise by the pdp and because these government has no good tea on that they had to use what they have and which is his asset declaration. Osibanjo didn't go to rubbing minds because the ebuka has been in talks with pdp(he hosted daar communications award)!

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  6. I understand that as a country we are tired of the APC dictatorship regime we are presently having but PDP is still not the answer.

    Are we saying as a country only those 2 demonic parties are the only once we can turn to for help...Nigerians vote wisely. APC and PDP are the originators of our problems,let us avoid them like a plague on election day.


    LEP😛

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    1. Ones not once. They are the two with the most money and in Nigerian politics, money rules.

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  7. I am actually voting for PDP cos of this man.

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    1. Pity.
      A man will not rule you.
      His party will.

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  8. Nigerians are too gullible! So people have forgotten so soon how the PDP destroyed Nigeria for 16 years? Nigerian is going to be worse under the PDP. It’s either you continue with the devil you know or vote for a progressive from a neutral party.

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