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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Comedian I Go Dye Writes An Emotional Memo On The Current State Of The Nation

Nigerian comedian and Ambassador Francis Agoda AKA I go Dye has dropped a thought provoking memo on his Instagram page.









38 comments:

  1. hmmmmmmmm.
    hmmmmmmmm i exclaimed again.

    It Is With Us.

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  2. If only he had written this epistle when he was close to oga Jona for change. I believe in the next level that begins from today.

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    1. mofo you didn't see where he indicted all Nigerian leaders for the past 20 years? ???

      You just had to bring it down to Jonathan and APC????

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    2. Anon23:23 your foolishness is everlasting

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    3. Anon 23.23 your ignorance and stupidity are customized...

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  3. I go die how did u make ur money over 9t? Show me d way.
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  4. Watch how people wouldn't comment or do anything. But for Regina Daniel the sm was agog. Infact I just tire for Nigeria cos her citizens are far from making it work.

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    1. Little wonder why things cannot move forward

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    2. My dear it's the world over. Nobody reads or reacts to intelligent and beneficial information anymore, it's always rubbish that makes headlines and it's a shame to our generation...

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  5. Well said I go dye, well said.What they do to pensioners is really not fair

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  6. Word!!!!!! I don't know when exactly we are going to get it right in this country

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    1. Nobody should deceive you that Nigeria will be great or anything.everywhere in Nigeria is polluted.

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    2. Nigeria is really polluted !!
      Heavily polluted , the Rot in Nigeria is almost irredeemable.

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  7. It is well with Nigeria

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  8. I go dye too dey use pink abi red lipstick...Nawaooo

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  9. Nigerians most times don't mean what they say, we are mostly hypocrites. The problems is not the leaders but we the people who wines and dines with them even though we know they have all failed us.

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    1. The problem is with our leaders, how many people wine and dines with the so called leaders?

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  10. Words on marble.Nigeria go better.

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  11. Our leaders are shame to democracy

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  12. Honestly, it's disheartening. I just wonder when we will be blessed with leaders that care for the masses, that are ready to get the job truly done and have the fear of God in them to do what is right.

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    1. Are the leaders not a reflection of you wicked souls? I laugh in whatever language you people speak!

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  13. I go die, I'm proud of you for this bold write up. It's disgusting to hear people who seems to know what they are doing condemned truth such as this. Don't mind them that cannot say anything but hide in their closet and complain all day and night. One love brother

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  14. We need to change our ways as a PEOPLE

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  15. I pray that Nigeria 🇳🇬 is redeemed from the shackles of Greedy leaders.

    Leaders that don’t care for their citizens, they only care for their pockets and their immediate family.

    The only way Nigeria will flourish is to make all Political Position Salary to be normal.

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  16. Word!
    You nailed it correctly, much respect sir!

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  17. Very brave of you to write this. Nigeria will never change until her people rise up.

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  18. The problems Lied's in the hand of the youths, they allow politicians to buy their conscious. It is only in Nigeria that I have seen youths that will wake up in mornings and go to politicians houses looking for favour, not just good favour change that they will use to smoke igboo and to cheese girls. why didn't we use that the same strength to go to the street of Nigeria in all the state of the federation and at federal level do a massive protest to let them know what we want and it must be done according to our will and those that need to resigned we shld force them to resign we have the power to that and corruption shld be fight without been bias. Because the member of the executive council is corrupt, the legislators is corrupt, and the judiciary is corrupt. Since the 3 arm of government are full of corrupt people we don't have hope any more, and if one is in the system and is not corrupt they will look for a way to lay alligation against that person and force him or her to resign. Honestly corruption has finished our country and we the youth have the power to make it work by taking it to the street to say enough is enough of stealing national Treasuries by so call politician, insecurity, unemployment, delays in payments of pensioners, lack of education, our soldiers are dying every day because of corrupt officers in the military against rank and file, enough is enough corruption.

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  19. In my own opinion i will say that nigeria is too much to be one country is beter we seprate people are suffering here while other are enjoying

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  20. Nigeria is not United we claim to be our brothers keeper but deep inside us we know who we are, we're selfish, religious sentiment, full of injustices, and evil in our day to day life thank you we need good and God fearing leaders. Funny enough most of the things we pray to God for are what governments does in others country thanks.

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  21. Everything we are praying to God for is what governments does in other countries thanks

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  22. Which kind of mumu Uncles be this once again,I go die is a big boy take it or leave it, he is just trying to make the work no that his not happy with the way things are going with the ordinary citizens in this country,that is why his anger honestly me seif dey vex with our leaders, because they are just their making money for themselves, with the name of APC and PDP, honestly this people are using our country as business place.

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