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Wednesday, October 07, 2020

Nigeria's VP Osinbajo Cries Out That Nigerians Are Living In Extreme Poverty..


Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo on Tuesday, admitted that millions of Nigerians are living below the poverty line.








Osinbajo lamented that the COVID-19 pandemic had further worsened the unemployment and poverty rate in the country.

The Vice President disclosed this after several sessions at the two-day retreat, which reviewed the challenges of the relationship and interdependence between the executive and legislative arms of government.

He, however, urged the executive and legislatures to work together in addressing the challenges confronting Nigerians.


A statement forwarded to DAILY POST by his spokesman, Laolu Akande quoted Osinbajo as saying: “Every generation of leadership must understand context. Law itself must be interpreted and implemented in context. What is the reality of the context that we operate in today?

“We all know, our nation has millions of extremely poor people, the COVID-19 pandemic has worsened unemployment and poverty.

“We have huge deficits in infrastructure, many children are out of school. If that is our context, we will be callous and irresponsible if we don’t come together, work together to sort out these grave life threatening problems our people have to confront every day. The dogmatic emphasis on procedural niceties is a luxury we cannot afford.”

from dailypost

44 comments:

  1. All they do is to talk. Action is all we need.

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    1. So shock, cry and anger are now action words? Sometimes when they make these statement I question their intelligence? So is he telling us for us to do what? To echo Yes..These defeatist mindset or narrative from the presidency is becoming nauseating or is he not to do something about it? He and his Mr-Shock-Absorber should shift one side abeg..If you can't do anything just move away jare..

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    2. You won't see mr nobody on a post like this.

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  2. Me too I follow this your dog confuse, Stella๐Ÿ˜ณ๐Ÿ˜

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  3. as in ehnn....

    a bag of flour now is 14kplus.

    we dey say no money, my father died .
    were we go start.

    meanwhile, osibanjo you're vp, what are you guys doing about it.
    no be to talk.
    you're helping us shout , yet your children fly private jets upandan.

    chinekenna !

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    1. Accept my sympathy dear. The lord will provide for your household.

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    2. I'm so sorry mama bio....accept my sincere condolence.๐Ÿ™

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    3. May God comfort your family

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    4. So sorry about your loss..May his soul rest in peace

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    5. So sorry about the demise of your dear mother,
      May yall be comforted and I also pray for provision for you and yours .

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    6. May God comfort you. Accept my condolence. May Heavens provide you all you will need for the burial.

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    7. So sorry about your loss sister.May his soul rest with the Lord,amen

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  4. Oga Zacchaeus, you seem to have woken up lately to what has always been. What's with the hypocrisy? You get presidential ambition?

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    1. I believe he get plan to be president.
      E dey behave like person wey scales just comot im eyes.
      Na now day break

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    2. As in??? I swear, the guy just "woke up" some days ago.

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    3. Don't mind this criminal minded short imbecile.

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    4. Don't mind oga Zacchaeus...

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    5. Na now you know say poverty sidan for inside Nigeria ABI?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  5. Osinbajo may God judge you fake pastor with your hypocrite life.

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  6. Oluwa!. The God that feeds the birds of the air. Look beyond this Buhari agonising and lying regime. Please give me a job. Any small legit job. Baba God do it quick in Jesus Name.

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    1. I say a loud Amen. God will hearken to your cry.

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    2. Thank you Lord for answered prayers for I know, you've already done it for your faithful child and all who trust implicitly in you, our Maker and Former. Amen.

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  7. Disgrace to Christendom, that's what you are Osibanjo.

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  8. These people are just too self-centered,they do not care about how an average Nigerian is living. And to worsen the situation,the pandemic has caused the prices of goods and services to skyrocket. Gosh! Things are way too expensive.....you can't even take 5K to the market and buy something reasonable.Millions of Nigerians can barely put food on their tables,they basically eat from hands to mouth,our educational system is nothing to write home about..... All the graduate roaming around should better go and learn work because the government is not ready to provide job opportunities,all your shoes have turn to rag all in the name of seeking for employment.Parent should see to it that their children have vocational skills before they gain admission....as this handwork will really go a long way for them once they graduate.Even if they eventually get employed, the handwork will be like an added advantage to them.hmmmm

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  9. They only "talk" without "visible actions"

    They're always in "shock" without "shocking come back"

    My own is that,only God will judge all the leaders.

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    1. Hmmm, you ๐Ÿ’ฏ got that right-they are always in shock without any shocking comeback๐Ÿ‘Œ

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  10. mama bio sorry for the loss

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  11. Personally, I think Osinbajo would have performed better. We saw a bit of this when Buhari was out for health reasons couple of years ago. The cabals won't just let succor come to the people. God will judge all of una. If the VP can admit they have failed (abi what other yardstick should be used since the people are suffering?), some dumbskulls still think otherwise.
    It's well!

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  12. I feel sorry for the Vice President,how he’s been shifted aside,now campaigning like a regular citizen whereas he’s suppose to be the one giving us hope o
    Nigeria Na cruise,really,there’s nothing we won’t see here๐Ÿ™„

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    1. why not resign? oh no wait he wont because they are all the same.

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  13. Is he no longer the Vice President?? A doctor needs to check this his Kemi olunloyo behavioural act!

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  14. He is just waking up from his slumber? We need action not word.

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  15. Ok we've heard you sir, yet a governor gave out 5m that would have been used to better the lives of people in his state or even fix the dead trap roads in his state to Laycon. God will judge all of you.

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  16. Ok sir,can you help us tell this to the house reps and national assembly to reduce their monthly take home and use it to better the economy a bit

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  17. If Osinbajo has joined the masses in just talking then he should step down. Its like he's just there and doesn't have the power to do anything asides making speeches. Osinbajo sir, step down because clearly, the powers that be have boxed you into a tight spot.

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  18. From being shock to cry, what next?

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  19. If he really want to help he should start by reducing the price of a bag of rice.

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  20. Another sitting duck that has no value or impact whatsoeever in our national life. I don't know why he feels any thing he says is of importance.

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