The way Nigeria is moving is not re- assuring at all

The way Nigeria is moving is not re- assuring at all. There is fire on the mountain.
This country has turned into something else and so we are being told to take whatever we see. Everything, like late Prof. Achebe said, has virtually fallen apart and the center has refused to hold.
I am still at a loss why PMS price should skyrocket to almost #200/ litre and our so called government has approved #360 billion ( $1 billion dollars) only to fight war. There is nothing #360 billion will not give us if properly applied. Our roads are bad, no electricity, health care and education, to name a few.
All the refineries in this country are in very poor condition and nobody is thinking that way. Subsidy, they tell us , has been stopped but secretly, it is being paid into fictious channels and withdrawn by ghost dealers in conspiracy with government thieves.
Our politicians are experts in Yahoo Yahoo tricks but they blame our youths who feed themselves via the option.
We are only interested in importation of a product we locally produce.
Everyday, Dr. Ibe Kachukwu will come up with his unending 48hrs ultimatum to stop the crisis but nothing happens.
Is this fuel crisis only erupts during Christmas celebration and never during Muslim periods? What kind of conspiracy against Christians is this?
And why must fuel dealers hike prices to the ceiling inspite of the maximum ceiling by government at #145 / litre? And the same government just stand and look like a moron?
The DPR office is not helping matters in anyway. They are equally complicit in this macabre dance.
Don’t mind their sporadic raids which only comes if there are no “yellow envelopes” sent to them in advance by these fraudulent oil marketers. Bribery and corruption will never end in this dead country.
All the frivolous reasons adduced by dealers and government are avoidable issues but our leaders prefer to suffer the people more.
Is Nigeria already a ” pariah state” or not? Evidence shows that Nigeria has lost its bearing and very soon, the unexpected will surely happen.
Mr. Fashola in his budget demanded about #10 billion more to light up some selected universities but he could not even defend it appropriately.
At a crucial period like this, when most communities don’t even know what is called electricity, Fashola never thought it wise and expedient to extend power to some of these remote villages.
But , universities are more important to him. This is really shocking . This is the misplacement of priorities we have been talking about. Leaders using our funds for useless projects.
Power, Works and Housing got almost #600 billion from the 2018 budget but the 2017 budget is not even fully utilized yet. So where is the left- over?
Why is fashola demanding more money when he has not accounted how he used the 2017 vote? I am very happy that he was walked out by the senate committee on power. It is very ridiculous that a former Governor could not defend his dubious projections.
The financial projections were undoubtedly dubious/ fictious hence the ” Monday hammer ” on it.
I can go on and on to expose many things here but space and time will not permit me. My heart is bleeding as I write this.
The point here is: Nigeria has irreversibly entered a dangerous turning point.
Our governors and the President don’t appear to show much concern as most of them are busy decorating and lighting up Christmas tress for their ghosts and spirits.
They are happy buying new cars and building mansions everywhere at the detriment of the masses.
In Ekiti state , Fayose said it openly that his people are hungry and so, he refused to be used in the frivolous $1 billion Boko haram budget?
Hmnnnn, there is God oooo!

To you my brethren, I say don’t let anyone put you under undue pressure, any type of pressure because pressure is pressure! , Don’t go beyond your…

To you my brethren, I say don’t let anyone put you under undue pressure, any type of pressure because pressure is pressure!
Don’t go beyond your budget because whereas our world is ” inelastic ” , our lives are elastic. If you go a borrowing, you also go a sorrowing. My Bible says so.
If you over- stretch yourself because you want to please somebody, you must be ready to face the consequences.
Learn how to say ” yes ” and ” no” at the appropriate time. That is the only difference between a wise man and a foolish person. Foolish and egocentric people promise big but deliver a little whereas good souls promise less but deliver more, if not heavily.
If you deceive people by promising them what you know you cannot do, you are already a big fool. Just a man- made fool? All politicians are in this category.
And I don’t know why I should make myself a fool simply because I want to impress someone. What is worst than deceit? You, be the judge. Happy Christmas to you all!

According to Dr

According to Dr. Nelson Mandela of South Africa- education is the most powerful weapon on earth you can use to change the world .
But in Nigeria , our leaders don’t regard education as anything because they fear change.
The educational standards in Nigeria has gone from zero to minus zero( 0 to -0) in recent times. That means lack of growth and underdevelopment.
In Kaduna state- most of their teachers woefully failed primary 4 examination papers which prompted Gov el Rufai to sack all of the, about 21, 000, which elicited an uproar throughout Nigeria.
That is the aftermath of poor education funding and lack of training. Now , whom do we hold responsible for this ugly situation?
This is because by ignoring education sector, they create more illiterates and this means less resistance to their despotic rule and which keeps Nigeria in a vicious circle.
Because our leaders hate change, they tend to do anything that will deny people good education by budgeting little or nothing for education come every yearly budget.
They only thing they know how to do best is looting. Just tell me, why must Buhari request $1 billion dollars to fight a useless war created in first place by bad and purposeless leadership pioneered by the northern oligarchy?
Boko haram erupted as a result of poor leadership and marginalization in the North. More than two decades of leadership by the North in Nigeria has transfered to nothing in that region- except fundamentalist extremism.
Hungry and illiterate children roaming the streets of the North in search of proper identity and survival whereas their leaders loot and siphon our money out of Nigeria, send their own children overseas for education etc.
And some foolish and selfish people want to believe that Buhari is a man of integrity when he cannot pull the courage to call a spade, a spade? That is blind leadership.

All of us – especially our so-called leaders and politicians- are suffering from ” trust deficit ,” and moral bankruptcy

All of us – especially our so-called leaders and politicians- are suffering from ” trust deficit ,” and moral bankruptcy. We cannot even listen to our elders again much less trust them because they have sold out.
That is why there is a lot of motion without movements in Nigeria.
In Ekiti state, Gov Fayose is indebted to his workers for undisclosed months ( several months) but he is making Christmas clothes for about 10 , 000 children?
Now, which one is better: pay the workers their salaries or clothes for their children? Who is really happy in this country now- if not the looters and government trained thieves masquareding in the mold of civil servants?
419 comes in many colors but some people don’t know. Is this strategy not the same thing with Yahoo Yahoo boys.
“e were nka erie gi ego?”
Nigeria, we hail thee! Magogo government will never take us anywhere – except to our political oblivion.
Even Fayose who is aggressively attacking Buhari cannot try and live above board?
Salary payment is a statutory obligation but some governors jump up and expect national awards for doing the obvious. Bunch of fools called governors!
Anyway, it is the same people but in different moulds of operation.
Nemesis will catch up with all of them soon!

Nigeria and her leaders will never cease to be funny and unserious

Nigeria and her leaders will never cease to be funny and unserious.
At a time like this when everybody is crying- businessmen ,civil servants and students , somebody has the temerity to approve and withdraw $1 billion dollars to fight Boko haram – which the same Federal government through the minister of information- Mr. Liar Mohammed recently said it has been defeated ?
So, what are they going to do with this huge some of money if the enemy you are preparing to fight is already dead?
I think this is akin to the $2.1 billion dollars that Goodlluck Jonathan’s government withdrew in the guise of buying weapons but which was later diverted to fund their candidates in the general election and for which the then NSA- Col Sambo Dasuki is still suffering for today.
Buhari is planning for his second journey and me think that this is another ploy to defraud Nigeria. He needs this amount of money to prepare for his campaigns.
He publicly said he has degraded the Boko haram insurgency, so why this request for $1 billion dollars even when education had only 7% of the total budget?
United Nations approved budget for education is 25% of the total budget of the country concerned but here in Nigeria, our leaders and politicians value war and corruption more than education and the poor masses.
Our healthcare is in shambles yet the government pretends otherwise.
Woe to all of them that are in this useless bandwagon called APC.

Our judicial system is as bad and rotten as the judges and lawyers who operate it and feed from there

Our judicial system is as bad and rotten as the judges and lawyers who operate it and feed from there.
The rate at which judges and lawyers conspire to ditch both the system and their clients has left much to be desired by any discernible mind in this country. Why are we not disturbed? Why are we not asking questions?
I hope that our chief justice of the federation- Justice Walter Onnoghen will not disappoint us unlike his predecessor- Justice Mahmood of the northern axis.
Nigeria is a rudderless ship searching for its anchorage. Nobody knows where it will berth.
Till then, I remain my humble self.

At this moment, Nigeria has a total of sixty- three (63) political parties- including the 21 newly registered ones

At this moment, Nigeria has a total of sixty- three (63) political parties- including the 21 newly registered ones.
Tell me , is this not a sign of political madness, inconsistency, quackry and organizational failure on leadership , if any.
I cannot help but wonder why we have continued to pursue darkness even when the light is there to guide us.
It is a pity. A great pity indeed that we can never do anything better in this country other than wallowing in abject ignorance, absurdity and mediocrity. Audieu Nigeria!

Chief Obafemi Awolowo was imprisoned by the Hausa/ Fulani oligarchy but it was the Igbo man who championed for his release yet the average Yoruba man…

Chief Obafemi Awolowo was imprisoned by the Hausa/ Fulani oligarchy but it was the Igbo man who championed for his release yet the average Yoruba man thinks that the Hausa man loves him better.
In politics, the Yoruba man hesitate to align with the Igbo man- for reasons unphatomable to the Igbo man. They are well educated yet they are led by the blind.
But Igbo man refused hence that is why he is hunted down.
I will rather die than to be led by a blind, uneducated bigot.

PRESS STATEMENT, FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, September 14, 2018, Re: Fake News on Court’s Nullification of APC Direct Primary for Osun Governorship…

PRESS STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 14, 2018
Re: Fake News on Court’s Nullification of APC Direct Primary for Osun Governorship Election
Our attention has been drawn to some misleading media reports suggesting that the Direct primaries which produced Alhaji Isiaka Gboyega Oyetola as the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for the forthcoming Osun State Governorship election has been nullified by an Abuja Federal High Court in a matter filed by one Kunle Rasheed Adegoke.
This case is before Justice Dimgba and our confirmation from the Court’s Registry show that the matter was filed on July 27, 2018. It is being handled for the Plaintiff by A.U Mustapha (SAN) and came up for the first time on September 13, 2018 when service of originating processes on all other Parties was confirmed.
The matter was subsequently adjourned to September 27, 2018 for hearing.
Based on the foregoing facts, it is impossible for Judgement to have been given in this case which has only just commenced.
We urge the general public to disregard the sponsored fake news.
SIGNED:
Mr. Yekini Nabena
Ag. National Publicity Secretary

*Deceitful Sexual Act*, *CHICAGO* — An Appeal Court said a man can press a claim for emotional distress after learning a former lover had used his…

*Deceitful Sexual Act*
*CHICAGO* — An Appeal Court said a man can press a claim for emotional distress after learning a former lover had used his sperm to have a baby. But he can’t claim theft, the ruling said, because the sperm were hers to keep.
The ruling Wednesday by the Illinois Appellate Court sends Dr. Richard O. Phillips’ distress case back to trial court.
Phillips accuses Dr. Sharon Irons of a “calculated, profound personal betrayal” after their affair six years ago, saying she secretly kept semen after they had oral sex, then used it to get pregnant.
He said he didn’t find out about the child for nearly two years, when Irons filed a paternity lawsuit. DNA tests confirmed Phillips was the father, the court papers state.
Phillips was ordered to pay about $800 a month in child support, said Irons’ attorney, Enrico Mirabelli.
‘Trapped in a nightmare’
Phillips sued Irons, claiming he has had trouble sleeping and eating and has been haunted by “feelings of being trapped in a nightmare,” court papers state.
Irons responded that her alleged actions weren’t “truly extreme and outrageous” and that Phillips’ pain wasn’t bad enough to merit a lawsuit. The circuit court agreed and dismissed Phillips’ lawsuit in 2003.
But the higher court ruled that, if Phillips’ story is true, Irons “deceitfully engaged in sexual acts, which no reasonable person would expect could result in pregnancy, to use plaintiff’s sperm in an unorthodox, unanticipated manner yielding extreme consequences.”
The judges backed the lower court decision to dismiss the fraud and theft claims, agreeing with Irons that she didn’t steal the sperm.
“She asserts that when plaintiff ‘delivered’ his sperm, it was a gift — an absolute and irrevocable transfer of title to property from a donor to a donee,” the decision said. “There was no agreement that the original deposit would be returned upon request.”
Phillips is representing himself in the case. He could not be reached for comment Thursday.
“There’s a 5-year-old chhild here,” Mirabelli said. “Imagine how a child feels when your father says he feels emotionally damaged by your birth.”
Sperm: The ‘gift’ that keeps on giving.
The law is truly an ass!
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