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Patience Jonathan, wife of Nigeria's president, appointed as a permanent secretary in Bayelsa state
x | July 12, 2012
Dame Patience Jonathan, wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, has been appointed, by Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State, with seventeen others as... (6) Comment


 
   

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Ahmed    New York City, USA    July 18, 2012
MR PSYCHOPHANT GOMINATOR - Take a brief moment, and ask your conscience, if this is a proper thing to do or not? And where are your stupid advisers? Common fool....., stop insulting our intelligence.
dino    imo, naija    July 12, 2012
NCE/BEd.......na lie!
EQUITY    KD, NIGER    July 12, 2012
The governor is confused as his elder brother at ASO ROCK.
kolikoli    Abuja, Nigeria    July 12, 2012
It is very sad to note that with the current crises in the country, people can still commit this type of mistake. Is Patience the only woman left in Bayelsa? How possible can she double as first lady and Permanent Secretary? Just simple logic. She cant. Yet money (salary and allowances of all kind will be flowing. Haba.
Think of the masses. Let your conscience judge you. Is it right, is it proper, Is it Lawful.
Felix    Lagos, Nigeria    July 12, 2012
I find it difficult to believe that the piece of crap article sailed through the editor's table and into the papers. You say someone was appointed as one of the 17 Perm Secs, then you go on to say the person and 17 others were elevated to the position of perm secs.

Were there 17 people of 18 people. Abi una no sabi count? Then anyway, this kind of thing can only happen in Naija that is why substandard articles like this too are only written in Naija.

Peace.
Wale Gbeminiyi    Lagos, Nigeria    July 12, 2012
Strange things are happening. Nigerians intelligences are being played upon.
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