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Only about 55 per cent of Nigerians have access to electricity - President Jonathan
x | February 11, 2014
In an address read on his behalf by the Vice-President, Namadi Sambo, at the Nigeria Power Sector Investors̢۪ Conference in Abuja, President Goodluck... (2) Comment


 
   

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"Coming In From The Cold"    USA, U.S.A.    February 14, 2014
Only about 55 per cent of Nigerians have access to electricity; huh! But how many per cent of the time? 100 %?, 50%?, 10%? or 1% of the time?

So, what's your point, Mr. President? Please stop giving us statistics that doesn't make any sense; I can't take it any more.

One Yoruba proverb say, "grandma say she dey sick but agidi (solid akamu) dey enter room, empty leaves or plates dey come out, but who dey chop the agidi now?

By the same token, money dey enter projects; projects remain undone, treasury dey empty, but where the money dey go now?

Babangida Barawo, Ole Obasanjo, Jaguda Jonathan, Onyeosi, Onyeora for Others.

Let Nigeria scatter; God has nothing to do with this. God did not save Sodom and Gomorrah. Why will God save Nigeria?

The change that we all want or desire will not come by way of democracy or prayers. Humans don't ever heed warnings or threats; only pain, suffering or death. These greedy plunderers called leaders will not stop or mellow down until the die is cast and made to run helterskelter.

Let God send the man-on-horseback, the equivalent of J.J. Rawlings, who will come down with the hatchet on those who fail to be mild in their greed.

Even though we don't want or desire it, it's only the junta that can stop them dead on their track. For those who don't believe, watch out; the junta is coming back. Enough is enough; something must give, haba!
OMOTAYO, J. A.    Accra, GHANA    February 11, 2014
Humm! They mention trillions of US Dollars as if calling millions or billions of Naira. If $2.9 trillion is required for infrastructural development and as today the federal deficit-hinged budget is about $0.031 trillion (equivalent of N4.7 trillion using $1 = N150), then it will take us 92.6 years to meet up. Sorry o. Perhaps the good things of life are not for the millions of the present generation of Nigerians. Blind and foolish people in power!

Spending and spending without thinking of the future. The truth is that we do not need such a huge amount of investment. In fact, we do not need 10% of what they are talking about if we have master planners in positions of authority. Humm! God save Nigeria.
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