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Our crooks are better than your crooks

On the eve of polling day in Nigeria, one can’t help but marvel at the extent of the illogical contortions supporters of the PDP and the APC use to discredit each other party. There are no ideological differences between both parties.  Both are filled with people out to enrich themselves while pretending to want to “serve”.  None of them have …

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Goodluck is just not good enough

No matter how you slice and dice it, Goodluck Jonathan has been an unmitigated failure. Nothing certifies this failure more than a report in today’s UK Guardian from Goodluck’s hometown of Otuoke, in the oil-producing Niger Delta.  The reporter Monica Mark says: Former militants such as Dokubo-Asari have become multimillionaires on government contracts but there’s little sign of money trickling …

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Barking up the wrong tree with Mbaka

Reverend Father Ejike Mbaka, the charismatic Catholic priest based in Enugu has shut down his weekly “adoration” crusade until after the (s)elections because of a “threat to the life” of the priest. Mbaka alleged about two weeks ago that the president and his wife were planning to kill him. Mbaka had incurred the wrath of Goodluck Jonathan’s supporters because of …

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Goodluck and Patience: love at first bite?

A source has revealed that President Goodluck Jonathan met his wife Patience at a restaurant where she was serving food. It was her Goodluck and with Patience she has gone from serving up dishes to First Lady of the country, as they both help themselves to riches they couldn’t possibly have imagined back in the day in Port Harcourt over …

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Goodluck running out of excuses

President Goodluck Jonathan spoke to the BBC this morning. He repeated the claim that little was done to counter the Boko Haram insurgency because they were “underrated”.    This is a very stupid thing to say.  How can you continue to underrate people as their atrocities continued to escalate over five years  from bombing a UN building to seizing over 200 …

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Mercenaries in our midst

Reuters News Agency reported last week that the Nigerian government has drafted in mercenaries from South Africa and the former Soviet Union in the war against Boko Haram. The mercenaries are allegedly on $400 a day and are said to number in their hundreds. The government has denied it, claiming they are just “trainers” and “advisers” to help with new …

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The Nigerian healthscare system

It has been reported in the Naija media that former dictator Ibrahim Babangida has gone abroad for a “routine medical check up”. His wife Maryam died in a foreign hospital. A few weeks ago, Buhahari allegedly came to the UK for medical treatment, staying for about two weeks and used a Chatham House speech to cover up the real reasons …

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