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Great Advice For ipob Supporters
May 11, 2017
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All supporters of IPOB, I am sure you must

have read Kanu’s repentance speech. Kanu

has confessed and repented of his sins. He

has promised to be law-abiding. More so, he

has pledged allegiance to all constituted

authorities, especially the federal

government of Nigeria.

Funny enough, Kanu may contest election

and win. His economic fortunes will get a

new boost. Let me now ask you supporters of

this guy, how do you look? Don’t you think

you have been outsmarted? Kanu has used

you to gain popularity and to achieve his

callous motive.

Sadly, some Igbo people have killed, maimed

and died, all because of Kanu. It is heart-

wrenching, at times, the fanatical attitude

of some people; when showing solidarity. You

need not swallow paracetamol for another

man’s headache. Though, it’s good to

struggle for a cause, but you need not kill or

get yourself killed.

To those who like to insult on Social media

because of some divergent views other people

hold, you need to retrace your steps. It’s a

sign of inferiority complex. If you have any

contrary opinion, and you do not have the

intellectual acumen to express your points

clearly, instead of insult, you can just

ignore the post, and life goes on.

ipobA word is enough for the wise.Who are ipob?

 

Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are the original inhabitanst and owners of the Lands and Communities of Biafra and Biafraland spanning centuries of tradition and historical ancient cultural ties.They are presently located in the areas called South East, some parts of South South and Middle Belt of Nigeria. They are simply under occupation, servitude and modern day slavery under the Hausa-Fulani controlled Nigerian establishment.

 

All supporters of IPOB, I am sure you must

 

have read Kanu’s repentance speech. Kanu

 

has confessed and repented of his sins. He

 

has promised to be law-abiding. More so, he

 

has pledged allegiance to all constituted

 

authorities, especially the federal

 

government of Nigeria.

 

Funny enough, Kanu may contest election

 

and win. His economic fortunes will get a

 

new boost. Let me now ask you supporters of

 

this guy, how do you look? Don’t you think

 

you have been outsmarted? Kanu has used

 

you to gain popularity and to achieve his

 

callous motive.

 

Sadly, some Igbo people have killed, maimed

 

and died, all because of Kanu. It is heart-

 

wrenching, at times, the fanatical attitude

 

of some people; when showing solidarity. You

 

need not swallow paracetamol for another

 

man’s headache. Though, it’s good to

 

struggle for a cause, but you need not kill or

 

get yourself killed.

 

To those who like to insult on Social media

 

because of some divergent views other people

 

hold, you need to retrace your steps. It’s a

 

sign of inferiority complex. If you have any

 

contrary opinion, and you do not have the

 

intellectual acumen to express your points

 

clearly, instead of insult, you can just

 

ignore the post, and life goes on.

 

A word is enough for the wise.

ACTING PRESIDENT OR COORDINATOR OF GOVERNMENT: NO LACUNA IS CREATED
May 11, 2017
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Senator Mao Ohabunwa should not turn

himself to another Orubebe of the Senate. If

he does not understand English enough or is

not constitution savvy to decipher the

contents of the letter addressed to the

Senate by President Buhari, he should seek

further explanation from his colleagues or

consult his senior legislative aide (SLA).

After all, each senator is entitled to an SLA;

who is supposed to be vast in interpretation

of laws and legislations.

The letter transmitted to the National

Assembly is explicit enough for him to grasp

its content. The content of the letter

contains no ambiguity. An excerpt from the

letter goes thus: “While I am away, the Vice

President will coordinate the activities of the

government. Please, accept, the

distinguished Senate President, the

assurances of my highest consideration.” ~

President Buhari.

I see no reason why some folks picked holes

in the letter. By virtue of section 145 (1) of

the 1999 constitution, in the absence of the

president, the vice president summarily

becomes the acting president. The Vice

President, being the coordinator of

government’s activities, is utterly the acting

president. The provisions of the constitution

have clearly empowered the vice president.

As the President is on medical follow-up in

the UK, Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, is in

charge of the country.

Senator Mao Ohabunwa should not turn

 

himself to another Orubebe of the Senate. If

 

he does not understand English enough or is

 

not constitution savvy to decipher the

 

contents of the letter addressed to the

 

Senate by President Buhari, he should seek

 

further explanation from his colleagues or

 

consult his senior legislative aide (SLA).

 

After all, each senator is entitled to an SLA;

 

who is supposed to be vast in interpretation

 

of laws and legislations.

 

The letter transmitted to the National

 

Assembly is explicit enough for him to grasp

 

its content. The content of the letter

 

contains no ambiguity. An excerpt from the

 

letter goes thus: “While I am away, the Vice

 

President will coordinate the activities of the

 

government. Please, accept, the

 

distinguished Senate President, the

 

assurances of my highest consideration.” ~

 

President Buhari.

 

I see no reason why some folks picked holes

 

in the letter. By virtue of section 145 (1) of

 

the 1999 constitution, in the absence of the

 

president, the vice president summarily

 

becomes the acting president. The Vice

 

President, being the coordinator of

 

government’s activities, is utterly the acting

 

president. The provisions of the constitution

 

have clearly empowered the vice president.

 

As the President is on medical follow-up in

 

the UK, Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, is in

 

charge of the country.

 

The Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that only the president can tell Nigeria about his current state of health.

 

Recall that President Buhari departed Abuja for the United Kingdom on Thursday, January 19, on a 10-day leave as a part of his annual vacation.Senator Mao Ohabunwa should not turn

 

himself to another Orubebe of the Senate. If

 

he does not understand English enough or is

 

not constitution savvy to decipher the

 

contents of the letter addressed to the

 

Senate by President Buhari, he should seek

 

further explanation from his colleagues or

 

consult his senior legislative aide (SLA).

 

After all, each senator is entitled to an SLA;

 

who is supposed to be vast in interpretation

 

of laws and legislations.

 

The letter transmitted to the National

 

Assembly is explicit enough for him to grasp

 

its content. The content of the letter

 

contains no ambiguity. An excerpt from the

 

letter goes thus: “While I am away, the Vice

 

President will coordinate the activities of the

 

government. Please, accept, the

 

distinguished Senate President, the

 

assurances of my highest consideration.” ~

 

President Buhari.

 

I see no reason why some folks picked holes

 

in the letter. By virtue of section 145 (1) of

 

the 1999 constitution, in the absence of the

 

president, the vice president summarily

 

becomes the acting president. The Vice

 

President, being the coordinator of

 

government’s activities, is utterly the acting

 

president. The provisions of the constitution

 

have clearly empowered the vice president.

 

As the President is on medical follow-up in

 

the UK, Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, is in

 

charge of the country.

 

Senator Mao Ohabunwa should not turn

 

 

 

himself to another Orubebe of the Senate. If

 

 

 

he does not understand English enough or is

 

 

 

not constitution savvy to decipher the

 

 

 

contents of the letter addressed to the

 

 

 

Senate by President Buhari, he should seek

 

 

 

further explanation from his colleagues or

 

 

 

consult his senior legislative aide (SLA).

 

 

 

After all, each senator is entitled to an SLA;

 

 

 

who is supposed to be vast in interpretation

 

 

 

of laws and legislations.

 

 

 

The letter transmitted to the National

 

 

 

Assembly is explicit enough for him to grasp

 

 

 

its content. The content of the letter

 

 

 

contains no ambiguity. An excerpt from the

 

 

 

letter goes thus: “While I am away, the Vice

 

 

 

President will coordinate the activities of the

 

 

 

government. Please, accept, the

 

 

 

distinguished Senate President, the

 

 

 

assurances of my highest consideration.” ~

 

 

 

President Buhari.

 

 

 

I see no reason why some folks picked holes

 

 

 

in the letter. By virtue of section 145 (1) of

 

 

 

the 1999 constitution, in the absence of the

 

 

 

president, the vice president summarily

 

 

 

becomes the acting president. The Vice

 

 

 

President, being the coordinator of

 

 

 

government’s activities, is utterly the acting

 

 

 

president. The provisions of the constitution

 

 

 

have clearly empowered the vice president.

 

 

 

As the President is on medical follow-up in

 

 

 

the UK, Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, is in

 

 

 

charge of the country.

 

 

 

The Special Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said that only the president can tell Nigeria about his current state of health.

 

 

 

Recall that President Buhari departed Abuja for the United Kingdom on Thursday, January 19, on a 10-day leave as a part of his annual vacation.

 

When asked about the current state of the president’s health, Adesina who spoke on Sunday Politics, a programme on Channels TV on Sunday, February 5, said: “I am sure it will get to a point when the President has to disclose the status of his health if it needs to be disclosed. If it’s something serious enough to disclose, I am sure he will disclose it.

 

“The President is the one who can release his own health status.

 

“The day he left, we still spoke. He didn’t tell me ‘this is my condition’. He told me he was going to rest and he would do medicals and that was included in the statement we released.”

 

When asked when the President is likely to return, Adesina said: “If there was a date he would return, it would have been in that statement.

 

“But the issue now is (that) there is no vacuum in government. No lacuna because power has been transferred to the Vice President who is acting president.

 

“So, Mr President can take all the time he desires and when his doctors give him a clean bill of health, he then can return home.”

World’s tallest railway bridge- Chenab bridge
May 10, 2017
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The world’s tallest railway arch bridge is being constructed in Jammu connecting Kashmir over the river Chenab. This bridge is said to withstand the high intensity of blasts and also the worst natural disasters like earthquakes and more.

This is the first time globally that a bridge is being constructed so strongly as to withstand the high-level explosion of trinitrotoluene (TNT). The safety oof the bridge architecture is being consulted by the Defense Research and Development Organization. The bridge is constructed by Konkan Railway Corporation Limited on a budget of Rs. 1200 crores.
This Chenab bridge is 1.3 km long with a height of about 359 meters and is 35 meters taller than Eiffel tower in Paris and Five times the height of Qutab Minar in Delhi.
The bridge connects the crucial link of 111 km stretch between Katra in Jammu and Banihal in Kashmir which is a part of the Udhamour- Srinagar- Baramulla section of the railway project. This project is aiming to link Kashmir with the rest of the country. The project site is located only 60km from Pakistan border. The construction work was started back in August 2004 with a deadline of April  2007 but have missed several deadlines and is in the process of construction still then.
The engineers constructing the bridge says that even if the 17 piers of the bridge has been blown off the bridge would result in a collapse and also it can withstand up to two and a half loads of TNT blasts. The after effects would be just some minor repairs says the engineers.
The construction of railway links in Kashmir dates back to the year 1892 where the King of Kasmir, Maharaja Pratap Singh laid the foundation for a railway link between Jammu and Srinagar which was later abandoned in 1925 when the king died. Also, some railway lines were between Pakistan and Jammu for sugar trade which was also abandoned after partition in 1947.
The material used to construct this bridge is 63-millimeter thick special blast-proof steel and concrete steel which can withstand explosions. The reason for using this is because the bridge is in a zone which is prone to frequent terrorist attacks. A system of aerial security, online warnings and a continuous monitoring system on the bridge are provided for security purposes. The bridge is a massive steel arch bridge with the ability to withstand temperatures as low as -20-degree celsius and a wind speed of about 200 kmph and also it is cost economical. The company AECOM is the team behind the construction and providing technical guidance in design and construction of the bridge.
Although the construction of the bridge is delayed if it is completed it will be of national importance and serve as an important pathway for the commuters. It is good to know that none of the extremist groups have made a fuss or created any sort of trouble while the construction of the bridge as till date there is no single news of any nuisance and unwanted disturbances in the construction of the bridge. If they can maintain peace this will be a huge success for the nation and its people.
Thanks for reading. Good luck.
When You Aren’t Given All The Facts
May 7, 2017
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Some times, a person is not given all the facts.   For a specific reason, or two, something is sort of ‘left out’  so that the decision would be skewed.

For example, suppose you were thinking of hiring a particular person.   You expect to get all the facts on the applicants; their education, their past working history, anything about them that you ‘need to know’.     But the information is missing a key feature because the form they filled out doesn’t have a space for it.

So you hire someone who is in a wheelchair, or who to leave work every day at a particular time to get a particular lift to and from work, or someone who is enormously fat.

None of these people are suitable because the office is up a flight of stairs, and very often people have to work late.

Take that thought and turn on the News.

Listen carefully.

Are you being given all the facts to enable you to make a decision?

I’ve mentioned a particular way the BBC presents the News.

Firstly, they’ve cut down their news broadcasts to 5 minutes every hour, 2 minutes every half hour, and filled the empty space with about three minutes of promotions for other programs, with leaves 50 minutes for blah blah.

By Blah Blah I mean vacuous time fillers about nothing you need or care to know.   (Check their schedule and see what I mean).

To facilitate the Blah Blah they condense the news so that you don’t really know what is happening and can come to the wrong decision.

Some years ago, at 7 am the BBC spoke of 5 missiles fired in Gaza from Israel.   This was repeated a 7:30, at 8:00, at 8:30.   At 9 am the BBC mentioned that 500 missiles had been fired into Israel, then dropped the story.

The purpose of this broadcast was to make one anti-Israel.

Those who know how the BBC is anti-Israel would turn to another news service or the Internet to get the facts. But over time, many of the news stations cut down on facts and focus on Blah Blah.

This is because there is some reason why the public is NOT to Know what is happening in the world.

 

At Last, Puerto Rico Declares Bankruptcy – Will It Be Resolved?
May 6, 2017
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At Last, Puerto Rico Declares Bankruptcy – Will It Be Resolved?
By erlymags ( @cely / @lovern )

It was in 2015 that the government of Puerto Rico could not anymore pay its debts and this declaration shocks the world. I think three are others that declared bankruptcy in the past years. In May 3, 2017, the government finally declared the island’s bankruptcy. This will be one of the biggest bankruptcy issues in America and its history. PR government told media that its debt reached to the total of seventy four (74bn) billion dollars. This debt is equivalent to one hundred per cent of the GNP. Rumors spread that politics might be the cause of bankruptcy of Puerto Rico.

This island might have made some financial spending without control of the budget department and its businesses might have not sent the turnovers that may evade the total loss of this country’s economy. What happens to their people? Saudi Arabia also suffers bankruptcy due to war in Syria and their source of economy has strong rivals, their gas and gasoline thereby declining the total GNP of this Saudi. So many overseas workers suffer poverty and hunger for many months now they have no salary and they cannot go home, no money and their families are so desperate.

In the case of Puerto Rico, its utilities are also declared on bankruptcy mood. The Washington appointee was tasked to assess the cause of bankruptcy and negotiations were made and some proceedings were made to reach the highest deal to resolve this economic declination. If negotiations will fail there should be another remedy to solve this case. Maybe the residents there failed to pay their tax regularly, the shareholders, bondholders might have withdrawn their shares so business operations stopped and the more PR cannot gain even few dollars.
For the main time, the government tries to balance the budget good for three years. The people will live in austerity and many might leave their place to seek jobs abroad while waiting and hoping for their country to stand string financially. Affected will be their medical program, transportation, and may force some firms to close temporarily. They might have enough budgets in 2020. Since residents of PR are Americans, most probably they will leave their place leaving behind their debt.

Through the help of Washington, Puerto Rico may rise again. This small island can sought help to the American government , but no other means, to borrow some for a capital and debt might soar again or could resolve if , find some gains.

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Why Summer and Rain Cycle are Good for Our Health
May 3, 2017
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Our health goes through many cycles and each season we get to experience something new. In due time, you can find that summer has it’s set of benefits. And rainy season has it’s own. So all in all this gives you enough idea of how the summer can be good for you. We have summer season going on over heere. And within few weeks ahead we may have different season. So that’s sureley a good option for those who are struggling around summer. I wish that with rainy season, things surely end up in much better way for the people around. I don’t think it’d be easier to see climate change these days. But considering rain is pretty much important in this part of the world, these cycles are indeed required and good for us. In this article, I want to point out what are the benefits of this cycle.

Summer Food

I think the reason I like the summer is because for entire year we usually have the cold and heat changing. And then during the summer you have different type of food. You can see that this type of pattern surely helps. You can see that summer food surely has it’s set of issues but it is worth consuming during this time. But once the summer is gone you have to switch to season specific food. And in that process I am sure you know that it would be not so easy for you to deal with this cycle of the health. In such case summer food needs to be dropped as time goes on. That’s for sure.

Rainy Season Health

Most of us get sick during the rainy season. And we just have to adjust with the way things are going around with change in climate. You have to avoid spicy and oily food. You have to eat something healthy. You can see that rainy season is not a good option for you to try different type of food. There are some of foods which may affect you the most. Also you have to watch out for the viral issues of health. That can be bad for your body too. So that being said, you have to work harder for the health to properly manage. Make sure you learn to adjust your health in due process.

Balance

Each of this season is going to be healthy. You can see that the balance is very much required. And with due time, you can observe how the nature balances itself. So in this process you have to understand that balancing the things is not an easy task. Balance is not something we can always achieve in the due process on our own. But that is where the nature is going to be play the part. You have lot of changes to observe in this season. But for time being I think this sort of nature changes are definitely worth checking out. I think I am going to personally view plenty of places and see how I can observe the nature better.

That being said, enjoy the transition of nature from summer to rainy season. I am sure you’d have a good rainy season.

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Ankara Did Not Kill Andrew Karluv
May 1, 2017
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ANKARA DID NOT KILL ANDREY KARLOV
The assassination of the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, at the Ankara Art Exhibition in Turkey is a calculated attempt to pitch Russia against Turkey. It is undoubtedly a pure conspiracy to derail the ongoing peace process in Syria. Enemies of peace should make no mistake, Turkey will never backout of her efforts aimed at restoring peace in the war-torn country. Turkey and other allies will see to the end of war in Syria.
The war in Syria is a scar in our conscience. The silence of the United Nations Security Council has reached the highest decibel. The quietness of the Arab League is deafening. The passive attitude of Muslim leaders across the globe is nauseating and pungent. The world is watching nonchalantly with no decisive action taken to bring the war to a halt.
The attendant pogrom has eroded the war of any noble cause. The war has dramatically lost its very essence and value. Any civil strife that leads to loss of innocent lives and property of the civil populace cannot advance any just purpose in the heart of any reasonable human being. Lives are lost. Property are destroyed. Children are orphaned. Women are raped. Clergymen are massacred. Scholars are mercilessly butchered. The quantum of scholars killed in this senseless war is unquantifiable. Sheikh Professor Saheed Ramadan Al-Buutiy, a world-class scholar by any estimation, is a victim of this needless war. If you don’t know Saheed Ramadan, you must have heard of his son (Prof. Tariq Ramadan), who is ranked among the 100 great thinkers living on this planet! Prof. Tariq is in the class of great scholars like You-you Tu and Thomas Edison.
Today, Syria is fast losing its human face. People are rendered homeless in their fatherland. What a pity! People are turned into refugees, right inside their country. If the war is brought to an abrupt end, Syria won’t still be the same in the next one hundred years.
My advice is that people of goodwill must raise their voices and speak against sustaining this dehumanising war in Syria. Also, if allowing Al-Assad holding on to power is what will swiftly restore the long-lost peace to Syria, so be it. Let’s peace reign in Syria.We must not keep quiet.

The Imperative Reform In The North
May 1, 2017
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The northern conservative elements need to swallow their pride and be humble enough in accepting their delinquent disposition towards the development of their once-united-but-backward region. The enviable and cherished legacy bequeathed by the founding fathers of the north had long suffered setback; due to the nonchalant attitude of their lazy successors. After all, the sincere rebuke of an enemy is much better than the deceitful flatter of a friend. Emir Sanusi II has spoken the obvious truth, and he needs to be appreciated and applauded. The north should realise that a stitch in time saves nine.

 

In the late 50s, up to 70s, according to history, the northern part of this country played a significant and leading role in the economic rebirth and development of Nigeria and the West Africa sub-region. In those days, before the discovery of crude oil, northerners were so vibrant in trade and sundry economic activities. The Hausa/Fulani of the northern extraction were well-educated; though, not in western education, but versed in Arabic language; which is a major component of Islamic knowledge. Then, the north was the knowledge hub of the western part of Africa; with Kano, Sokoto and Borno as the epicentre of classic literature and sly craftiness. Through sheer dexterity and unflinching commitment to great goals and values, the northern region emerged a confluence of knowledge, commerce and tourism. Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sir Tafawa Balewa, Alhaji Yusuf Maitama Sule, Aminu Kano, Aminu Dantata, Isiaka Rabiu, Salisu Adamu and Garba A.D. were all products of this golden era. These were the cause of the rapid drift of peoples from the western and eastern parts of this country to the north. Jos, the temperate part of the north, became a conducive abode for many European tourists and explorers. The trade routes from the north to Lagos were the busiest. Palm oil were transported to the north from the east, with the supply of quality textile and other agro-raw materials to the east.

 

However, the advent of oil and its attendant riches wrecked its debilitating havoc on the lives of the northerners. Things started changing and falling apart among the northerners. The core values of an average northerner suffered retardation. Their hitherto hardworking and energetic status became a shadow of their old past. Laziness, conceitedness, covetousness and unbridled obsession for material possessions became the new attributes and features of a northern man. Politics became the only thriving business in the north. The north, which was once the bride of other regions, became a haven of violence, intolerance and gangsterism. Poverty, ignorance and poor quality of life are common attributes of an average northerner.

 

In all fairness, the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II, was saying the obvious. Why will he be crucified or demonized for speaking what is apparently obvious among them? After all, the Emir is a paramount ruler_ a first-class monarch_ in the north. Instead of the call for the head of the Emir by some northern conservative elites, they should rather thank him for reawakening their consciousness, and hearken unto his candid advice. What has the Emir said than “the north is fast losing it in terms of education, trade and knowledge”? What is the fuss about his sincere advice on the current situation in the north? Truth be told: northern youths are getting lazy by the day. I have been to many states in the north. I can categorically evaluate some parts of the north as utterly backward and underdeveloped. For those who know the north, go to Mokwa, Makera, Kontagora, Funtua, Tsafe, Okene, Damaturu, even Gusau and Jos Metropolis, and make a critical judgement of the situation in these areas yourself. You will definitely thank Emir Sanusi for speaking the truth. The Almajiri syndrome is another scar in the conscience of every northern elite.

 

In conclusion, the north is not as it was in the past. Though, there are increased number of road networkThe northern conservative elements need to swallow their pride and be humble enough in accepting their delinquent disposition towards the development of their once-united-but-backward region. The enviable and cherished legacy bequeathed by the founding fathers of the north had long suffered setback; due to the nonchalant attitude of their lazy successors. After all, the sincere rebuke of an enemy is much better than the deceitful flatter of a friend. Emir Sanusi II has spoken the obvious truth, and he needs to be appreciated and applauded. The north should realise that a stitch in time saves nine.

 

 

 

In the late 50s, up to 70s, according to history, the northern part of this country played a significant and leading role in the economic rebirth and development of Nigeria and the West Africa sub-region. In those days, before the discovery of crude oil, northerners were so vibrant in trade and sundry economic activities. The Hausa/Fulani of the northern extraction were well-educated; though, not in western education, but versed in Arabic language; which is a major component of Islamic knowledge. Then, the north was the knowledge hub of the western part of Africa; with Kano, Sokoto and Borno as the epicentre of classic literature and sly craftiness. Through sheer dexterity and unflinching commitment to great goals and values, the northern region emerged a confluence of knowledge, commerce and tourism. Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sir Tafawa Balewa, Alhaji Yusuf Maitama Sule, Aminu Kano, Aminu Dantata, Isiaka Rabiu, Salisu Adamu and Garba A.D. were all products of this golden era. These were the cause of the rapid drift of peoples from the western and eastern parts of this country to the north. Jos, the temperate part of the north, became a conducive abode for many European tourists and explorers. The trade routes from the north to Lagos were the busiest. Palm oil were transported to the north from the east, with the supply of quality textile and other agro-raw materials to the east.

 

 

 

However, the advent of oil and its attendant riches wrecked its debilitating havoc on the lives of the northerners. Things started changing and falling apart among the northerners. The core values of an average northerner suffered retardation. Their hitherto hardworking and energetic status became a shadow of their old past. Laziness, conceitedness, covetousness and unbridled obsession for material possessions became the new attributes and features of a northern man. Politics became the only thriving business in the north. The north, which was once the bride of other regions, became a haven of violence, intolerance and gangsterism. Poverty, ignorance and poor quality of life are common attributes of an average northerner.

 

 

 

In all fairness, the Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II, was saying the obvious. Why will he be crucified or demonized for speaking what is apparently obvious among them? After all, the Emir is a paramount ruler_ a first-class monarch_ in the north. Instead of the call for the head of the Emir by some northern conservative elites, they should rather thank him for reawakening their consciousness, and hearken unto his candid advice. What has the Emir said than “the north is fast losing it in terms of education, trade and knowledge”? What is the fuss about his sincere advice on the current situation in the north? Truth be told: northern youths are getting lazy by the day. I have been to many states in the north. I can categorically evaluate some parts of the north as utterly backward and underdeveloped. For those who know the north, go to Mokwa, Makera, Kontagora, Funtua, Tsafe, Okene, Damaturu, even Gusau and Jos Metropolis, and make a critical judgement of the situation in these areas yourself. You will definitely thank Emir Sanusi for speaking the truth. The Almajiri syndrome is another scar in the conscience of every northern elite.

 

 

 

In conclusion, the north is not as it was in the past. Though, there are increased number of road network banks and corporate buildings, but the quality of education of a northerner and his mindset on national issues are mind-boggling and disturbing. The elites of the north need to re-orientate the teeming ignorant and jobless youths. Let the narratives change from politics to other meaningful engagements. Let them build more schools and vocational centres. Let the religious leaders teach tolerance and subtleness. Child marriage is another issue that needs to be addressed. Girl-child education is very important.

Have You Ever Heard Of The Hidden Party.’
May 1, 2017
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GREEN PARTY OF NIGERIA

 

Do you know the founder of this party?

Let me ask again: Do you know the founder of this party? As in, the brain behind the Green Party of Nigeria? Wallahi, it’s Major Hamzah Al-Mustapha, the notorious CSO to General Sanni Abacha!

 

Now, do you remember him? Hmmmmm.. If you don’t, let me remind you.

 

He is the man who incarcerated Chief MKO Abiola and denied him of his presidential mandate. He is the man who was alleged to have cold-bloodedly murdered Alhaja Kudirat in broad daylight on the street of Lagos. Kudirat Abiola, the wife of Chief Abiola, died in the pool of her own blood. The death of Pa Alfred Rewane and Alhaja Suliyat Adedeji, the Ibadan-based politician, could also be traced to Al-Mustapha.

 

I am not saying there’s no freedom of association. No, I never said that. You’re free to join any party. I just want you to know that the founder of your party is a common criminal and an enemy of the state. ByeGREEN PARTY OF NIGERIA

 

 

 

Do you know the founder of this party?

 

Let me ask again: Do you know the founder of this party? As in, the brain behind the Green Party of Nigeria? Wallahi, it’s Major Hamzah Al-Mustapha, the notorious CSO to General Sanni Abacha!

 

 

 

Now, do you remember him? Hmmmmm.. If you don’t, let me remind you.

 

 

 

He is the man who incarcerated Chief MKO Abiola and denied him of his presidential mandate. He is the man who was alleged to have cold-bloodedly murdered Alhaja Kudirat in broad daylight on the street of Lagos. Kudirat Abiola, the wife of Chief Abiola, died in the pool of her own blood. The death of Pa Alfred Rewane and Alhaja Suliyat Adedeji, the Ibadan-based politician, could also be traced to Al-Mustapha.

 

 

 

I am not saying there’s no freedom of association. No, I never said that. You’re free to join any party. I just want you to know that the founder of your party is a common criminal and an enemy of the state.

party is being found everyday life.

we have to be extra-careful and watchful of the party we join or tends to join’

we are the architects of our life

The Great President Ever. Do You Know What’s Going On?
May 1, 2017
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President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty eating and drgPresident Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty eating and drinking

 

Senate President Bukola Saraki has urged Nigerians to continue to pray for President Muhammadu Buhari and other leaders in the country.

 

Saraki made this known on Saturday, April 29, at the 31st Annual Mawlid of Sheikh Ibrahim Niass in Ilorin, Kwara state capital, Nigerian Tribune reports.

 

The Senate president also urged Nigerians to continue to pray for peace and prosperity in the country.President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty President Buhari has done well by setting up a panel of enquiry to probe the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, and the ex-NIA boss, Ayodele Oke. It is really a welcome development. However, my variant opinion is that the Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, should not have been made a part of the panel. The Vice President of Nigeria has more pressing matters to attend to than dedicating his precious time and energy to such a relatively trifling issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Understandably, the Vice President is a professor of law: he is perfectly fit and qualified to be involved in such an issue. Nevertheless, he has much more important tasks to grapple with than a panel of enquiry. He is the chairman of the National Economic Council (NEC). Saddled with the responsibilities of economic policy formulation and implementation, the NEC has more enormous duties to perform than probing the activities of some unrepentant criminals in Buhari administration. Therefore, the Vice President should not be distracted.on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Buhari has difficulty eating and drinking

 

Senate President Bukola Saraki has urged Nigerians to continue to pray for President Muhammadu Buhari and other leaders in the country.

 

Saraki made this known on Saturday, April 29, at the 31st Annual Mawlid of Sheikh Ibrahim Niass in Ilorin, Kwara state capital, Nigerian Tribune reports.

 

The Senate president also urged Nigerians to continue to pray for peace and prosperity in the country.