Wednesday, May 17, 2006

The Hysteria in Nigeria Over The Third Term and The Reign of Corruption.

ALHAJI ATIKU ABUABAKAR, the Vice President who has opposed the Third Term Bid of President Olusegun Obasanjo. Why? Because, Atiku wants to succeed Obasanjo.


Perhaps, you expect me to join in the public jubilation in Nigeria over the rejection of the Third Term by the National Assembly? And clap my hands to applaud the honourable representatives and senators in Nigeria for defending democracy?
But, I am not fooled by the ambiguous and erroneous politics in Nigeria. Because, I want the so called Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to continue with the probe of the allegations of bribery and corruption among the legislators as they were cajoled and tempted in cash and kind by the two opposing camps of the sponsors of the Third Term Constitution Amendment Bill and those against the bill.

He also said the decision by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to probe allegations of graft in the third term project was welcome, but added "I hope the probe is genuine and I hope we will see the result."
~Senator Uche Chukwumerije

AllAfrica.com


President Olusegun Obasanjo is suffering from senile dementia as at present and I pray that God cures him of his madness. He needs to regain his sanity and his Otta Farms would be the best place for his healing in retirement.

Meanwhile, immigrants are popping champagne in America as Immigration Proposals Pass Test In Senate. And I am happy for thousands of Nigerians who have been scared of their future as illegal immigrants. They can now sigh with relief for a while.

Then, the Washington Post news report that U.S. is secretly backing Warlords in Somalia does not surprise me, because that is exactly what the US is doing in Sudan by backing the rebels and using the Western mainstream media to misinform the ignorant public that the Janjaweed militia and the Sudanese government are the real evils in Darfur. The rebels are actually the real devils perpetrating evils in Darfur.
I have been in contact with Jan Pronk, the UN Special Envoy to Sudan and I am glad to read that the U.N. Council Approves Mission to Darfur

2 comments:

K2 GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS said...

Hello again, it has been sometime since we last communicated and alot has transpied since in Africa, both good and bad.

Our prayers are with the African people and a brighter future.

Sincerely,

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OSINACHI said...

I appreciate your encouraging comments, because morale support lasts longer than any other support.

Thank you and God bless.