Mild Touch on Last Week’s News: Goodluck Jonathan Still Dont Give a Damn
Let it be known by all that a former minister for information prayed fervently at a point to win an American Visa lottery. The woman who single-handedly fought the Nigerian youths who decided to use ‘NAIJA’ rather than Nigeria said she didn’t only play but she prayed so her children could have a better life in obodo oyinbo. “I did not only play, I also prayed out my heart that God should let us win. I wanted it so badly so that my children would go to school in America. It was a direct prayer point to God. It was my earnest prayer.” – Dora Akunyili.
And the Pope of “Prayer Is The Key Republic” has said terrorism will not break Nigeria. He called us with the good spirit of Easter to pray that the many tragedies hitting the country doesn’t lead to the disintegration as its not his duty to secure our lives but the duty of prayers. Somebody shout Hallelujah! “By the grace of God, terrorism will not break up Nigeria. Nigerians should keep praying as your prayers have kept this nation to the point it is now.” – Pres. Goodluck Jonathan.
The CAN security agency have beefed up their executive arm of government and can make bold to say that there’s no war in the North. However they have gathered enough intelligence to confirm that its a war against the Christian faith in the region. For every bomb that goes off, for every life gone CAN believes the victims & casualties are Christians and that’s why the bombs have been aimed at them. “There’s no war in the North. What we have is a genocide against people of the faith. The state of the nation calls for concern.” – Rev Musa Asaka, General secretary CAN.
He doesn’t just give no damn! He is not bothered about the power outage in the country. I wonder when we will stop healing headache with agbalumo seeds. Ogbeni GEJ (apologies to Aregbesola) needs to understand that we need more actions and enough of 2 years old statements. “I am not bothered by (the power outage). As a mortal, I’ll do everything possible in my capacity to stabilise power in the country starting from next year” – President GEJ.
And a non-general has sounded tough against the amnesty call by top former heads of states, Generals & Northern leaders. He has said he would only give Boko Haram few days to drop arms after which his government will hunt them down! “If I were the President, I would declare amnesty for the sect members with a deadline within which to surrender their arms” – Atiku. The former vice president also spoke on the issue of zoning. He hit the PDP in the balls by saying they are blinded by expediency. How come they discarded zoning when GEJ was about to be “selected” and now use same zoning for Tambuwal. “When people are blinded by expediency, they hardly foresee the consequences of opportunism” – Atiku.
And before we draw the curtains today, I’ll love to draw our attention to Kenya. Despite the fact that we boast to be the Giant of Africa. Our democratic system needs a lot of shakeup. In Kenya election tribunals are upheld before swearing in of the President elect. On saturday, the supreme court of Kenya ruled that Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory was legal and he’ll be sworn in as planned on the 9th of April. “Elections were conducted in fair manner, candidates were validly elected” – Supreme Court.
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