Saturday, 26 May 2018

Igi imu Gina Si Ori - Why Malaysia is better than Nigeria

So, it's been about 16 days since a 92 years old man, Tun Mahathir and his team came into power in faraway Malaysia. Within this period, cabinet members (ministers) have been appointed, heads of key government departments have also been appointed, all with a caveat that non-performers will be replaced (believe me, they will be replaced if found wanting).

Within this same period, properties linked to members of the preceding government and its leader, Najib Razak was searched and cash, about $43 million in local and foreign currencies was found and seized including hundreds of expensive designer handbags.

Then, you read news and see pictures of how the prime Minister, a 92 years old man stayed up late studying documents until 4:00 AM and clocked in to work at 7:00 AM a few hours later. How his Wife instructed gift givers to donate whatever they intend to gift her and the Prime Minister to charities instead. How the cabinet has taken a ten percent pay cut or agreed to take no pay for additional duties. How political thugs who committed crimes to stoke religious and racial discord have actually been arrested for crimes they committed.

Thursday, 11 January 2018

756 Victims, That's The Benchmark for Fulani Attacks

Special adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adeshina said 756 Nigerians were murdered by Fulani herdsmen within two years under the watch of former President, Goodluck Jonathan.

In his Facebook video, Mr. Adeshina lamented why his boss is being singled out for criticism among all the Fulani Presidents Nigeria has had.

Stating that the President's initial silence and inaction is not an endorsement of the actions of his kinsmen. (Therefore, Nigerians can attribute the lacklustre response to incompetence and mediocrity.)

He suggested Nigerians need to be fair as only a few dozen People have been killed by heardsmen since his boss became President and no where near the 756 that were butchered under Jonathan.

So, what is the big deal? 

Thursday, 31 August 2017

Ethiopia Airlines bids to take over Arik Air

Africa’s most efficient airline has triggered a takeover process of Nigeria’s ailing Arik Air by submitting a formal offer to bring the national shame under its management.

The Airlines’ managing director of international services Esayas WoldeMariam said “We are capable and desirous of handling the airline and we have outlined our terms and conditions to the Nigerian government and we are waiting to see if they agree”

Ethiopia airlines is one of the few feel good stories of Africa for the past few years (though their economy seat hurts my bum), they are making profits and expanding rapidly while our Arik is currently under AMCON management following government bailout in February because they could not pay salaries, service their debt and all sorts of problems you can associate with a Nigerian managed company.

Arik’s debt is close to $1 billion, if the federal government can guarantee that sum, Ethiopia airline can manage it into a profit making entity giving their precedent or we can just let it fail. Nigeria, a country of (conveyer belt workers association) SMH.

Britain Cuts Economic Aid to Nigeria by Half

Britain has reduced economic aid to Nigeria, the cut is exactly 50%, along with the cut is a do better advice on security "step up and do more" (you lazy, incompetent mediocre Africans) [i added that].

Nigeria was given £100 million in aid for 2017 but the British government via Priti Patel, Secretary of state for International Development announced last night that her government has a £200 million four years funding plan, 2018 to 2022.

Ms. Patel and Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson visited northern Nigeria and Ms Patel had a few words for us "My job is isn't just to give aid and money, my job is to make sure that money goes further and that we leverage that with the Nigerian government to make them step up and do more". She followed with how great her country is and how high Britain is on the moral ladder etc. (She basically said nice things about her country)

Britain's funding focus for the past few years has been to ease the impact of insurgency in Northern Nigeria. If Ms. Patel knew how much was used in cutting grass in IDP camps, she will advice her government against giving money to Nigeria.

Monday, 13 March 2017

Nigeria! Solar Energy is Cheap, Look At India's New Milestone

Energy for Opportunity

India's solar power generation capacity reached 10,000 MW mark this month, making feasible its ambitious target of adding to its national grid 100 GW of solar power and 175 GW of overall renewable energy source by the year 2022. This new milestone shows India’s solar energy production capacity has increased 100 percent per year over the past three years.

India’s Power, Coal, Mines, New & Renewable Energy Minister Piyush Goyal went on his twitter handle to celebrate the remarkable achievement. The tweet reads, "Bright Future: India has crossed 10,000 MW of Solar power capacity today. More than 3 times increase in less than 3 years,"

Thursday, 8 September 2016

Almajiri Don't Deserve Formal Education - Adamawa State Government


The Adamawa State Government has said the multi-million Almajiri School. Synonyms of Almajiri includes but is not limited to (Itinerant Islamic students/Weapons of mass vote rigging, looting and destruction, Fulani Herdsmen e.t.c)

The schools established by President Goodluck Jonathan have yet to become operational because they are too expensive to run says Chairman of the Adamawa State Universal Education Board, Mallam Dr. Mohammed Toungo, he made the plans of Nigeria’s Northern ‘elites’ known while appraising the success of the educational initiative of the American University of Nigeria, targeting almajiri children between the ages of six and 17 years.

Corroborating Mallam Toungo’s comment, the Permanent Secretary, Adamawa State Ministry of Education, Alhaji Mahmud Abubakar, said that the state government was finding it difficult to put the almajiri schools into use because of financial constraints because teachers and books are too expensive, moreover the Almajiris are not worth it anyway.

Ironically, Toungo spoke at an event organized by the ‘Technology Enhanced Learning for All’ project to commemorate the World Literacy Day on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Nigeria's Recession is Exaggerated - Mallam Garba Shehu

Senior Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the President buhari, Garba Shehu, said that Nigeria’s recession is being “overhyped”. ‘Mallam’ Shehu said this while speaking to Channels TV when asked about what the president is doing to take away the sufferings of Nigerians.

He was asked to respond to calls by Nigerians for President Buhari to sack his economic team over the current economic crisis, Mr. Shehu said:

“I think that in my view the recession is being overhyped because recession is in the normal cycle of economics. It is not the first time we are going through this. I think that the media has a responsibility to the nation to not create panic over this situation.”

Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Jihad Home Coming: Suicide Bomber Detonates His Tool on the Grounds of Prophet's Mosque

A suicide bomber has killed more than two people in an attack on the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, one of the holy sites in Islam. Saudi State media stated that two members of the Saudi police force were killed in the explosion near the mosque’s security post.

Pictures on social media show a swirl of dark smoke rising from the mosque ground, where the Prophet Mohamed is buried. The blast is reported to have occurred at sunset, when people were beginning to break their fast for Ramadan.