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In Igbo Land..First son na first son. Its a right and not a priviledge to be given by anyone!
does it supercede a man's right to do whatever he wants with his property?
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FG slashes EFCC’s budget by 50%
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Subsidy Scam: FG recovers N29bn from suspects
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GOVERNANCE: Why we question Jonathan – Tambuwal
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Change SURE-P to commission, NASS tells Jonathan
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N2.2bn banquet hall: Enough is enough!!!

PUNCH EDITORIAL Excerpts
NOTHING typifies the frivolous, insensitive and completely inept leadership troubling Nigeria currently than the recent approval of a N2.2bn banquet hall for Aso Villa by the Federal Executive Council. Coming at a time when the country is buffeted by serious security and other challenges, it demonstrates that this government is not a thinking one. Just one of the dozens of eye-opening government expenses, President Goodluck Jonathan is proposing to build a party hall in the palatial Aso Villa while millions of Nigerians are hungry and jobless. Like the fifth Roman Emperor, Nero, Jonathan is fiddling around while the nation is burning. This disgustingly lavish lifestyle must be curbed. This has taken profligacy in public expenditure to absurd lengths.

Jonathan probably expects Nigerians to give him and the other FEC members a standing ovation for initiating the project. But he is greatly mistaken. This is as reckless as it is feckless. With all its wealth, the United Kingdom houses its Prime Minister modestly at 10 Downing Street. Its State Dining Room accommodates just up to 65 guests and is also used to host the PM's monthly press conference.

Other reasonable leaders, including the Presidents of Malawi and Uruguay, have demonstrated good leadership values by their modest lifestyles.
Also, the King and Prime Minister of Norway reportedly fly commercial airlines. The interesting thing about Norway is that it produces almost the same amount of oil as Nigeria.
Jonathan government has continuously demonstrated that the interest of the larger Nigerian citizens is not its priority and that profligacy is its cardinal principle. There are many depressing examples. In the 2011 budget, N18bn went for the maintenance of presidential planes, which could provide decent accommodation for 18 million people going by the UN-Habitat estimates. In the 2012 budget, it set aside N1.9bn for the purchase of an additional aircraft for the already bloated Presidential fleet and N1.5bn for guest houses for some senior lawmakers. This is happening in a country where a prized possession for many is a generating set.
Nigeria is buckling under the weight of Jonathan's propensity for the absurd. Allegations are flying everywhere about the monumental level of government ineptitude in responding to insecurity.
Poverty is endemic in the country as over 70 per cent of the citizens live from hand to mouth. An estimated 11 million Nigerian children of school age are out of school. Out of this number, about 7.5 million are girls.
Poor infrastructure and harsh economic environment have led to the shutdown of many companies. Some of these companies have relocated to these same smaller countries, leading to massive loss of jobs in Nigeria. This is a grim reminder of North Korea whose leader lives in opulence while the entire populace live in abject poverty.
Regrettably, the Jonathan administration is no longer evincing any hope. The cavalier attitude of the National Assembly is also regrettable. In the life of this administration, corruption has assumed a monstrous status.
According to SUNDAY PUNCH investigation, over N5tn in government funds has been stolen through fraud, embezzlement and theft since President Jonathan assumed office on May 6, 2010. Sadly, as The Economist puts it, "Many Africans are ambivalent about their leaders' extravagance; disgust at profligacy mingles with pride at the display."
The Jonathan government has demonstrated complete lack of judgement in initiating this project. The citizens, through civil society groups, should rise up to salvage what is remaining of this country. Nigerians should wake up and demand modesty from their rulers. Leadership is about self sacrifice, assertiveness, service, prudent management and the ability to think and galvanise the populace towards achieving the vision of the leader for the common good of all.
Jonathan should curb this regal lifestyle and lavish spending of public money. He should step aside if he cannot do this.
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Nigeria: You Can No Longer Drink Anytime You Like in Jos *
A night outing after a hard day's job was what they went for, but it
turned out to be a costly one; one that ended in the ricocheting of
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allAfrica.com: Nigeria: You Can No Longer Drink Anytime You Like in Jos (Page 1 of 2)

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N2.2bn banquet hall: Enough is enough!!!

PUNCH EDITORIAL Excerpts
NOTHING typifies the frivolous, insensitive and completely inept leadership troubling Nigeria currently than the recent approval of a N2.2bn banquet hall for Aso Villa by the Federal Executive Council. Coming at a time when the country is buffeted by serious security and other challenges, it demonstrates that this government is not a thinking one. Just one of the dozens of eye-opening government expenses, President Goodluck Jonathan is proposing to build a party hall in the palatial Aso Villa while millions of Nigerians are hungry and jobless. Like the fifth Roman Emperor, Nero, Jonathan is fiddling around while the nation is burning. This disgustingly lavish lifestyle must be curbed. This has taken profligacy in public expenditure to absurd lengths.

Jonathan probably expects Nigerians to give him and the other FEC members a standing ovation for initiating the project. But he is greatly mistaken. This is as reckless as it is feckless. With all its wealth, the United Kingdom houses its Prime Minister modestly at 10 Downing Street. Its State Dining Room accommodates just up to 65 guests and is also used to host the PM's monthly press conference.

Other reasonable leaders, including the Presidents of Malawi and Uruguay, have demonstrated good leadership values by their modest lifestyles.
Also, the King and Prime Minister of Norway reportedly fly commercial airlines. The interesting thing about Norway is that it produces almost the same amount of oil as Nigeria.
Jonathan government has continuously demonstrated that the interest of the larger Nigerian citizens is not its priority and that profligacy is its cardinal principle. There are many depressing examples. In the 2011 budget, N18bn went for the maintenance of presidential planes, which could provide decent accommodation for 18 million people going by the UN-Habitat estimates. In the 2012 budget, it set aside N1.9bn for the purchase of an additional aircraft for the already bloated Presidential fleet and N1.5bn for guest houses for some senior lawmakers. This is happening in a country where a prized possession for many is a generating set.
Nigeria is buckling under the weight of Jonathan's propensity for the absurd. Allegations are flying everywhere about the monumental level of government ineptitude in responding to insecurity.
Poverty is endemic in the country as over 70 per cent of the citizens live from hand to mouth. An estimated 11 million Nigerian children of school age are out of school. Out of this number, about 7.5 million are girls.
Poor infrastructure and harsh economic environment have led to the shutdown of many companies. Some of these companies have relocated to these same smaller countries, leading to massive loss of jobs in Nigeria. This is a grim reminder of North Korea whose leader lives in opulence while the entire populace live in abject poverty.
Regrettably, the Jonathan administration is no longer evincing any hope. The cavalier attitude of the National Assembly is also regrettable. In the life of this administration, corruption has assumed a monstrous status.
According to SUNDAY PUNCH investigation, over N5tn in government funds has been stolen through fraud, embezzlement and theft since President Jonathan assumed office on May 6, 2010. Sadly, as The Economist puts it, "Many Africans are ambivalent about their leaders' extravagance; disgust at profligacy mingles with pride at the display."
The Jonathan government has demonstrated complete lack of judgement in initiating this project. The citizens, through civil society groups, should rise up to salvage what is remaining of this country. Nigerians should wake up and demand modesty from their rulers. Leadership is about self sacrifice, assertiveness, service, prudent management and the ability to think and galvanise the populace towards achieving the vision of the leader for the common good of all.
Jonathan should curb this regal lifestyle and lavish spending of public money. He should step aside if he cannot do this.
All this write up na waste of time!!

Until we become serious as a nation we will continue to have brigands as leaders in the country! Until then we will continue to reap what we have sowed as a nation!
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Today's chart maps terrorist attacks around the world:

Daily chart: Fear and loathing | The Economist

Unfortunately we are not alone.
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In Igbo Land..First son na first son. Its a right and not a priviledge to be given by anyone!
OK o..na by force? The man has decided not to give his first son anything...u dey claim right? When they get to court, he will tell the judge "In Igbo Land..First son na first son. Its a right and not a priviledge to be given by anyone!".

As long as the will that was presented is true and valid, first son, whether in igbo land or hausa land is irrelevant in a court of law. Abi igbo land tradition supersedes the Nigerian legal system?

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does it supercede a man's right to do whatever he wants with his property?
Make una help me ask them o
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These are the cases I like to handle from the scratch. How ever before I start I would politely say that corruption is a hole to any economic system and incorrptubility is the only sealant to the hole. Corruption has feed back system of mechanism in destroying the economy and not the other way round. What do I mean by that? When money is allocated to a project of significant economic important and the money is embezzled that project will remain undone and economic activities will remain low and when such continues for some time economic failure will start developing. This will lead to loss of confidence on the economy which will prompt to more looting of the public treasury because of fear of the unknown and to build buffer for the rainy day. Eventually more of the fund will be looted leading to failure in executing more project and infrastructure of economic importance this will eventually lead to Economic failure. I will explain the 2 case later.
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Classic case of attacking a strawman. IMO, holding people accountable for the things you put under their care shows leadership.
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forget about playing to gallery, we need to start holding people responsible for what happen underthem. Also no one is saying proper investigation should not be carried. BTW the head may even be complicit and he should give way for proper investigation
Exactly, why put anyone in charge if accountability isn't required?

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N2.2bn banquet hall: Enough is enough!!!
The era will not be remembered by the incompetence of Castrato but by the acquiescence of people like NOI, who in my view, is at the wheels of the get-away car. She's going to be the most damaged from it all because whatever NOI saves, Castrato wastes!

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Please watch and share

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North East, North West zones lead in personnel and overhead costs
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SARS Attack: Heads to Roll, Says IG, Articles | THISDAY LIVE
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Jonathan cautions aides against attacking Obasanjo - The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper
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