Sanusi: 70% of Nigerians are very poor (Page 2)

Date: 21-01-2011 12:04 pm (12 years ago) | Author: Teeco Designer
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- emydaddy at 23-01-2011 02:02 AM (12 years ago)
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Any day Nigeria becomes 1% free of corruption, both young and old will enjoy. Nigeria has all it takes to make her economy improve but corruption has eaten deep of most Nigerians.
 For instance, GOD FATHERISM IN ALL AREAS. Days has gone when elections were conducted, it now by appointment.
Employment is not giving to skilled and qualified persons but to persons who have God fathers. Think of many of them.

CORRUPTION! CORRUPTION!! CORRUPTION!!!
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- uzoh at 23-01-2011 03:27 AM (12 years ago)
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from where did they get their statistics. They sit in the office and manufacture the statistics as if it is the real reflection of what is on the ground. Nigerians is there anything like National Statistics Bureau? Can anybody say that the so called satistics body has ever questionened him/her from time to time?? so from where are they doing their statistics analysis ? the percentage may be near to the truth in the sense that we know how to get our own statistics in Nigeria. Simply calculate the percentage of the people that are unemployed in your family and that of your neighbour's own to balance the doubt ratio. you all will agree with me that the true statistics is around 95% of Nigerian s are poor. Quote me anywhere

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- ezzylife4real at 23-01-2011 06:30 AM (12 years ago)
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Den it's time 4 us all to stand up and say NO to THEM, by makin sure we vote in credible Nigerians dat has d interest of a common man on d street at heart....not bunch of criminals dat only care abt their pocket's n family member BUT the growth of the country......God bless Us all.
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- Omapri at 23-01-2011 07:20 AM (12 years ago)
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good points but its not enough writing and reading iit like we ABCs what we should b tlkin abt now is how to make our country a better place...suggestions, plans, strategies  etc.. Nigeria is already blessed but re we gon allow the useless people on top tk away dat which God has provided us with?
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- Omapri at 23-01-2011 08:10 AM (12 years ago)
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good points but its not enough writing and reading iit like we studyin / rehearsing ABCs what we should b tlkin abt now is how to make our country a better place...suggestions, plans, strategies  etc.. Nigeria is already blessed but re we gon allow the useless people on top tk away dat which God has provided us with?
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- onyin at 23-01-2011 08:59 AM (12 years ago)
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THE FIRST THING WE NEED IN THAT COUNTRY IS LIGHT,24HRS LIGHT.COS WITH LIGHT THERE WILL BE JOBS,LOTS OF JOBS.SELF EMPLOYED ,GOVERNMENT JOBS AND PRIVATE ONES AS WELL .AND WE NEED TO FIGHT CORRUPTION.COS ALMOST EACH AND EVERYONE IN THAT COUNTRY IS CORRUPT.ITS NOT JUST THE POLITICIANS.FROM THE TEACHERS,HOUSEWIVES,GATEMEN,HOUSEGIRLS,STUDENTS,LAWYERS,BANKERS.ITS TOO MUCH.
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- donuche at 23-01-2011 09:23 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: seungbadebo on 22-01-2011 09:30 PM
i appreciate and commend reasonable and right-on-point posters like this. this is d kind of issue we are meant to be discussing here and not some unreasonable cock n bull stories. Now that we know that our economy is fallen and not far frm shattering, what is d next move? though we have limited power over dis issue but at d same time , as election is fast approaching, it will do a lot good than harm if we all can join hands and vote most, if not all, the bad eggs out. i am fond of using the United States as en example, if anyone, as at 5 yrs ago, said a black man wld rule USA ,the most powerful country in the world, he/she wld have been stoned to death if i am not exaggerating. but alas! what happened? Change came, change won, and change is ruling. i strongly believe the same can happen in Nigeria. its all about the majority standing up to their rights...

gbam
Posted: at 23-01-2011 09:23 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- moralemike07 at 23-01-2011 09:49 AM (12 years ago)
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hmm.... And he is not among the 70%, God help Nigerians.
Posted: at 23-01-2011 09:49 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Kele4real at 23-01-2011 11:43 AM (12 years ago)
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na wa oh
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- paparoy at 23-01-2011 12:27 PM (12 years ago)
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this trend will remain like this until any leader elected know wht it take to lead.and wht dos3 it take to lead?put ur subjects first,and who are de main subject?de over 102 millions who dont  know wht they have done wrong to be suffering de way they are suffering
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- seungbadebo at 23-01-2011 02:20 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:59 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 01:30 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:23 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 12:16 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 22-01-2011 10:47 PM
70% of nigerians are currently living below poverty,is not something new.how can nigeria improve ,when the leaders are only interested on their own selfish interest huh!.all they do is to fight each other for power& wealth, without even care about it citizens.change can only start from the top (serious commitment)cuz you and i can not make a significant change no matter how we try.is a pity from a country with such huge amount of natural resources cannot even boost for anything..shame on you our leaders,imagine 102 millions living below poverty level.in other words $1 per day.hmmm LORD HAVE MERCY on the vulnerable ones.
i agree to wat u said bt u made a statement which is a total fallacy to me.."change can only start frm d top". we wont move an inch forward if we continue to hold steadfast to dis ideology. change starts from every individual. the moment each n everyone of us accept d responsibilty to be an agent of change, i bet it wont take long b4 we celebrate a new Nigeria. change starts frm u and i. it starts frm d simple step of doing wat is right, e.g voting, enlightening other pple with d slightest opportunity, efforts to earn wat we worth( not a 100L student dreaming to own a 2011 lexus car), praying for our country, be positive towards our fellow citizen e,t,c
i understand and agree with you on the issue of change coming from individuals.but i made that statement "change must come from the top"for a good reason & it get nothing to do with ideology. alright, let view it from a reality standpoint.if you,me & other good citizens of nigeria try to adapt to this so called change without the politicians partaken in it,my dear nothing i repeat nothing significant will happen cuz this bunch of fools are the core of nigeria.they are the law makers,so how can real change happen,if they don't take the initiative..huh? as for the issue of voting hmmm,i'm not yet convinced with its legitimacy.until they do so,then i'll believe that democracy does exist in nigeria.
i understand u perfectly bt in reality as u ve said, do u want to compare d action n stupidity of 1% of Nigeria's population to the effect of change powerered by 25% of d population? it may sound crazy bt trust me, d day we cease to be scared of them is d day we  r going to turn d table around. our main problem in Nigeria is we can talk, bt we cant take action
exactly!you made a point,we nigerians talk too much without backing it with action..the 1% may look common compare to the 25% of the population you mention.but the power behind that 1% is so big & strong compare to the rest of of the population.they're in charge of wealth of the entire nation.the effect of change powered by 25% wouldn't be enough cuz they don't have enough restources,finance etc. to make a lasting change
yes they are rich, they are powerful, they hold d country's treasure but they are twice as scared as we are. they knw quite alryt that dey cant superceed us, but they also knw that we are fool and will continue to folds our arms to watever they do. these pple know our weakness. they knw we are greedy and short sighted. they know we dont know 10% of our rights. they know we can never stand up to them.  but, they are scared. they are scared bcos they dont know wat will happen if we change our mind n stand up to them. i admit dt change can happen over night bt drop by drop they say, make an ocean...
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- chik001 at 23-01-2011 02:30 PM (12 years ago)
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Sanusi for presidency!!! Cool
Posted: at 23-01-2011 02:30 PM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- popo2009 at 23-01-2011 02:34 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: purityjustice on 22-01-2011 03:27 PM
and what is your effort about that.
This question is a display of how empty and ignorant you are.
How many political appointees can confidentlly come out and say
the truth like this?
Posted: at 23-01-2011 02:34 PM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- popo2009 at 23-01-2011 02:37 PM (12 years ago)
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As  far as am concern, Nigeria do not have leaders
what we have are heartless crinimals
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- sobeit at 23-01-2011 03:35 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 02:20 PM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:59 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 01:30 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:23 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 12:16 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 22-01-2011 10:47 PM
70% of nigerians are currently living below poverty,is not something new.how can nigeria improve ,when the leaders are only interested on their own selfish interest huh!.all they do is to fight each other for power& wealth, without even care about it citizens.change can only start from the top (serious commitment)cuz you and i can not make a significant change no matter how we try.is a pity from a country with such huge amount of natural resources cannot even boost for anything..shame on you our leaders,imagine 102 millions living below poverty level.in other words $1 per day.hmmm LORD HAVE MERCY on the vulnerable ones.
i agree to wat u said bt u made a statement which is a total fallacy to me.."change can only start frm d top". we wont move an inch forward if we continue to hold steadfast to dis ideology. change starts from every individual. the moment each n everyone of us accept d responsibilty to be an agent of change, i bet it wont take long b4 we celebrate a new Nigeria. change starts frm u and i. it starts frm d simple step of doing wat is right, e.g voting, enlightening other pple with d slightest opportunity, efforts to earn wat we worth( not a 100L student dreaming to own a 2011 lexus car), praying for our country, be positive towards our fellow citizen e,t,c
i understand and agree with you on the issue of change coming from individuals.but i made that statement "change must come from the top"for a good reason & it get nothing to do with ideology. alright, let view it from a reality standpoint.if you,me & other good citizens of nigeria try to adapt to this so called change without the politicians partaken in it,my dear nothing i repeat nothing significant will happen cuz this bunch of fools are the core of nigeria.they are the law makers,so how can real change happen,if they don't take the initiative..huh? as for the issue of voting hmmm,i'm not yet convinced with its legitimacy.until they do so,then i'll believe that democracy does exist in nigeria.
i understand u perfectly bt in reality as u ve said, do u want to compare d action n stupidity of 1% of Nigeria's population to the effect of change powerered by 25% of d population? it may sound crazy bt trust me, d day we cease to be scared of them is d day we  r going to turn d table around. our main problem in Nigeria is we can talk, bt we cant take action
exactly!you made a point,we nigerians talk too much without backing it with action..the 1% may look common compare to the 25% of the population you mention.but the power behind that 1% is so big & strong compare to the rest of of the population.they're in charge of wealth of the entire nation.the effect of change powered by 25% wouldn't be enough cuz they don't have enough restources,finance etc. to make a lasting change
yes they are rich, they are powerful, they hold d country's treasure but they are twice as scared as we are. they knw quite alryt that dey cant superceed us, but they also knw that we are fool and will continue to folds our arms to watever they do. these pple know our weakness. they knw we are greedy and short sighted. they know we dont know 10% of our rights. they know we can never stand up to them.  but, they are scared. they are scared bcos they dont know wat will happen if we change our mind n stand up to them. i admit dt change can happen over night bt drop by drop they say, make an ocean...
ok let me go deep right now.my question now is;when are we going to stand up to them? are we going to continue to complain!complain!!complain!!! without action huh Huh? ?.yep! they're twice as scared as we are but,we are dumb as an illiterates(i know it sound hash but its the simple truth). just look at what's taking place in TUNISIA right now as i'm writing this.they stood up against intimidation,unemployment & hardship that has been going on in their country for 23years now.while we have been complaining about these same bunches of criminals for 50years now no action huh!.the tunisians are doing it by themselves God didn't descend from heaven to fight for them. but ours! is a different story.NOBODY WANT TO DIE BUT EVERYBODY WANT TO GO TO HEAVEN.is a pity, bunch of cowards.trust me b4 real and lasting change take place in nigeria they must be a price to pay.period!!!
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- sixtyhoneyy at 23-01-2011 03:56 PM (12 years ago)
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hmmmmmmmmmmmm am speechless
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- seungbadebo at 23-01-2011 04:01 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 03:35 PM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 02:20 PM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:59 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 01:30 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:23 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 12:16 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 22-01-2011 10:47 PM
70% of nigerians are currently living below poverty,is not something new.how can nigeria improve ,when the leaders are only interested on their own selfish interest huh!.all they do is to fight each other for power& wealth, without even care about it citizens.change can only start from the top (serious commitment)cuz you and i can not make a significant change no matter how we try.is a pity from a country with such huge amount of natural resources cannot even boost for anything..shame on you our leaders,imagine 102 millions living below poverty level.in other words $1 per day.hmmm LORD HAVE MERCY on the vulnerable ones.
i agree to wat u said bt u made a statement which is a total fallacy to me.."change can only start frm d top". we wont move an inch forward if we continue to hold steadfast to dis ideology. change starts from every individual. the moment each n everyone of us accept d responsibilty to be an agent of change, i bet it wont take long b4 we celebrate a new Nigeria. change starts frm u and i. it starts frm d simple step of doing wat is right, e.g voting, enlightening other pple with d slightest opportunity, efforts to earn wat we worth( not a 100L student dreaming to own a 2011 lexus car), praying for our country, be positive towards our fellow citizen e,t,c
i understand and agree with you on the issue of change coming from individuals.but i made that statement "change must come from the top"for a good reason & it get nothing to do with ideology. alright, let view it from a reality standpoint.if you,me & other good citizens of nigeria try to adapt to this so called change without the politicians partaken in it,my dear nothing i repeat nothing significant will happen cuz this bunch of fools are the core of nigeria.they are the law makers,so how can real change happen,if they don't take the initiative..huh? as for the issue of voting hmmm,i'm not yet convinced with its legitimacy.until they do so,then i'll believe that democracy does exist in nigeria.
i understand u perfectly bt in reality as u ve said, do u want to compare d action n stupidity of 1% of Nigeria's population to the effect of change powerered by 25% of d population? it may sound crazy bt trust me, d day we cease to be scared of them is d day we  r going to turn d table around. our main problem in Nigeria is we can talk, bt we cant take action
exactly!you made a point,we nigerians talk too much without backing it with action..the 1% may look common compare to the 25% of the population you mention.but the power behind that 1% is so big & strong compare to the rest of of the population.they're in charge of wealth of the entire nation.the effect of change powered by 25% wouldn't be enough cuz they don't have enough restources,finance etc. to make a lasting change
yes they are rich, they are powerful, they hold d country's treasure but they are twice as scared as we are. they knw quite alryt that dey cant superceed us, but they also knw that we are fool and will continue to folds our arms to watever they do. these pple know our weakness. they knw we are greedy and short sighted. they know we dont know 10% of our rights. they know we can never stand up to them.  but, they are scared. they are scared bcos they dont know wat will happen if we change our mind n stand up to them. i admit dt change can happen over night bt drop by drop they say, make an ocean...
ok let me go deep right now.my question now is;when are we going to stand up to them? are we going to continue to complain!complain!!complain!!! without action huh Huh? ?.yep! they're twice as scared as we are but,we are dumb as an illiterates(i know it sound hash but its the simple truth). just look at what's taking place in TUNISIA right now as i'm writing this.they stood up against intimidation,unemployment & hardship that has been going on in their country for 23years now.while we have been complaining about these same bunches of criminals for 50years now no action huh!.the tunisians are doing it by themselves God didn't descend from heaven to fight for them. but ours! is a different story.NOBODY WANT TO DIE BUT EVERYBODY WANT TO GO TO HEAVEN.is a pity, bunch of cowards.trust me b4 real and lasting change take place in nigeria they must be a price to pay.period!!!
i absolutely agree with u 100% on this. now, it looks like we are trending d same path. we r actually fighting d same battle. we need to stand up aand let our voices be hrd. havent u noticed that most pple dont comment on issue like dis? they like to commment on stories dt wont take us anywhere. i am sure there wld have been more dn a thousand comments if d poster had written story abt dating or fashion. it is a pity that only few of us want to participate in dis change. i wish i had some powers to unveil d future to Nigerian youths so they can see d calamity before us....thank u so very much for ur comments, concerns and prayers for our country. God bless u. i will make sure i let u knw wat my strategies are in working towards d betterment of our country.
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- sobeit at 23-01-2011 05:00 PM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 04:01 PM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 03:35 PM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 02:20 PM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:59 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 01:30 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 23-01-2011 01:23 AM
Quote from: seungbadebo on 23-01-2011 12:16 AM
Quote from: sobeit on 22-01-2011 10:47 PM
70% of nigerians are currently living below poverty,is not something new.how can nigeria improve ,when the leaders are only interested on their own selfish interest huh!.all they do is to fight each other for power& wealth, without even care about it citizens.change can only start from the top (serious commitment)cuz you and i can not make a significant change no matter how we try.is a pity from a country with such huge amount of natural resources cannot even boost for anything..shame on you our leaders,imagine 102 millions living below poverty level.in other words $1 per day.hmmm LORD HAVE MERCY on the vulnerable ones.
i agree to wat u said bt u made a statement which is a total fallacy to me.."change can only start frm d top". we wont move an inch forward if we continue to hold steadfast to dis ideology. change starts from every individual. the moment each n everyone of us accept d responsibilty to be an agent of change, i bet it wont take long b4 we celebrate a new Nigeria. change starts frm u and i. it starts frm d simple step of doing wat is right, e.g voting, enlightening other pple with d slightest opportunity, efforts to earn wat we worth( not a 100L student dreaming to own a 2011 lexus car), praying for our country, be positive towards our fellow citizen e,t,c
i understand and agree with you on the issue of change coming from individuals.but i made that statement "change must come from the top"for a good reason & it get nothing to do with ideology. alright, let view it from a reality standpoint.if you,me & other good citizens of nigeria try to adapt to this so called change without the politicians partaken in it,my dear nothing i repeat nothing significant will happen cuz this bunch of fools are the core of nigeria.they are the law makers,so how can real change happen,if they don't take the initiative..huh? as for the issue of voting hmmm,i'm not yet convinced with its legitimacy.until they do so,then i'll believe that democracy does exist in nigeria.
i understand u perfectly bt in reality as u ve said, do u want to compare d action n stupidity of 1% of Nigeria's population to the effect of change powerered by 25% of d population? it may sound crazy bt trust me, d day we cease to be scared of them is d day we  r going to turn d table around. our main problem in Nigeria is we can talk, bt we cant take action
exactly!you made a point,we nigerians talk too much without backing it with action..the 1% may look common compare to the 25% of the population you mention.but the power behind that 1% is so big & strong compare to the rest of of the population.they're in charge of wealth of the entire nation.the effect of change powered by 25% wouldn't be enough cuz they don't have enough restources,finance etc. to make a lasting change
yes they are rich, they are powerful, they hold d country's treasure but they are twice as scared as we are. they knw quite alryt that dey cant superceed us, but they also knw that we are fool and will continue to folds our arms to watever they do. these pple know our weakness. they knw we are greedy and short sighted. they know we dont know 10% of our rights. they know we can never stand up to them.  but, they are scared. they are scared bcos they dont know wat will happen if we change our mind n stand up to them. i admit dt change can happen over night bt drop by drop they say, make an ocean...
ok let me go deep right now.my question now is;when are we going to stand up to them? are we going to continue to complain!complain!!complain!!! without action huh Huh? ?.yep! they're twice as scared as we are but,we are dumb as an illiterates(i know it sound hash but its the simple truth). just look at what's taking place in TUNISIA right now as i'm writing this.they stood up against intimidation,unemployment & hardship that has been going on in their country for 23years now.while we have been complaining about these same bunches of criminals for 50years now no action huh!.the tunisians are doing it by themselves God didn't descend from heaven to fight for them. but ours! is a different story.NOBODY WANT TO DIE BUT EVERYBODY WANT TO GO TO HEAVEN.is a pity, bunch of cowards.trust me b4 real and lasting change take place in nigeria they must be a price to pay.period!!!
i absolutely agree with u 100% on this. now, it looks like we are trending d same path. we r actually fighting d same battle. we need to stand up aand let our voices be hrd. havent u noticed that most pple dont comment on issue like dis? they like to commment on stories dt wont take us anywhere. i am sure there wld have been more dn a thousand comments if d poster had written story abt dating or fashion. it is a pity that only few of us want to participate in dis change. i wish i had some powers to unveil d future to Nigerian youths so they can see d calamity before us....thank u so very much for ur comments, concerns and prayers for our country. God bless u. i will make sure i let u knw wat my strategies are in working towards d betterment of our country.
nope!i never had any intention to argue with you at all.i just want to put it in a reality perspective.i'm not surprise that most people don't comment on this thread cuz i've noticed it right from the beginning i join this site.which is so sad  Sad ,majority are only interested on things that are irrelevant to their life,that of their children & grandchildren. and that's the reason i say most of us are dumb like an illiterate & vision less. if i will die today to make my & others children & grandchildren to have a better life in nigeria not outside,i'll be the happiest person ever....u r welcome dear,remember your not alone on this.they're some few true nigerians that prayer,care & planning to take up the challenges that are facing our country today.thank you as well cuz you're a real nigerian that care for the motherland,God bless you as well.anytime i'm ready to get your strategies.
Posted: at 23-01-2011 05:00 PM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- aleshlittle at 23-01-2011 05:05 PM (12 years ago)
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tired of all dis story menn .. de shld do somefin abt it ... nt telling us same story nd leaving things idle !!!
Posted: at 23-01-2011 05:05 PM (12 years ago) | Newbie
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