Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Jonah Jang - Crisis in Jos!

Over 50 people have been reported dead in the fresh crisis in Jos, Plateau State.

I am really disturbed! Why are we killing ourselves? What has happened to the phrase "love your neighbour as yourself"? LOVE is the key word here.

In all this wahala, I hear that the Governor, Mr. Jonah Jang is NOT in the Country!! Can you imagine? Well I want to believe that is not true...

During the Obasanjo regime, when a similar crisis was reported, a State of emergency was declared. What is the current President, Mr. Jonathan, waiting for?

Similarly, members of the notorious Islamic sect, otherwise known as BOKO HARAM, have been causing havoc to the Nation. The dastardly way they (Bokos) have been detonating explosives should be a cause of concern to ALL Nigerians!

Enough is enough o!

May the Peace of Almighty God flood this Nation! God bless Nigeria!

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Gaddafi - Wanted Dead or Alive!

The "action film" in Libya is getting fierce!

When this whole crisis started, Gaddafi proclaimed that he would fight till the last blood! He added that he would rather die a martyr! A martyr is someone who is killed for his religious or other beliefs. I need to know, IF Gaddafi is killed, would he be considered a martyr? Just wondering...

It is no longer news that at least 90% of the Libyan territory is under the control of the rebels. Although the rebels have over powered them, the "pro-Gaddafi" people are still fighting back!

Meanwhile, Gaddafi (the once upon a time bold tyrant) has gone into hiding! The guy is missing in action. LOL! Even in his mystery hide out, Gaddafi was reported to have said "We are resisting with all our strength. We will either win or become martyrs, God willing... All Libyans must be present in Tripoli, young men, tribal men and women must sweep through Tripoli and comb it for traitors."

Right now, Gaddafi has been declared WANTED, DEAD OR ALIVE. There is a reward of $1.7 million for anyone who can hand Gaddafi over to the rebels!

O boy see money... Abeg who know where dis guy dey? This is good business...

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Bills Signed into Law in Lagos State!

By virtue of one of the Bills recently signed into Law by Governor B.R. Fashola, it is now an offence for a man to impregnate a woman and thereafter desert  her!

Other Bills signed into Law include amendments to provisions of the Emergency Management Agency Law,  Criminal Justice Administration in the Courts, Rules on criminal conduct. While assenting to the Bills, Fashola said the various amendments to the laws were needed in order to tackle the problem of crime and delay in administration of justice in Lagos State.

The Criminal Code used in the State was enacted as far back as 1914! O yes. It is an old Law and the need to amend it can not be over emphasized. While I want to appreciate the efforts of the Lagos State Government, I would like to say that the effectiveness of these Laws (particularly the one that affects the deserted woman) rest more on ENFORCEMENT!

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Bomb Explosion in Suleja!

I woke up this morning to hear the sad news about the explosion that rocked the INEC office in Suleja. This horrid act has claimed 11 lives including some NYSC members!

For more on this sad story, please visit

What? This quest for power is getting too much. To win an election should not be a do or die affair o! So far, over 900 people lost their lives during the so called campaigns and other political rallies! What is all this?

God Bless Nigeria! I believe that no matter what happens, the will of God will be done in Nigeria! God Bless Nigeria!

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Elections 2011!

Election 2011 commence today 02/04/2011!

All over the Nation, Nigerians would go out to cast their VOTES in favour of their chosen candidates.

During the past few weeks, particularly during campaigns and political rallies, there had been various degrees of violence recorded as a result of clashes between rival political parties. Some major party stalwarts have decamped to rival political parties. I wonder why they had to wait till the last minute to make this move.

The candidates made SEVERAL promises. One common promise made by all candidates is that they would revamp the power sector! We have to hold them up to their promises! We have to leave a better Nigeria for our children and their generation.

Nigerians, please go to your polling center with your Voters Registration card and vote for the candidate of your choice! No matter how long it take to get accredited, please be patient and vote.

Today, Saturday 2 April, 2011 we shall be electing people to represent us in the Senate and House of Representatives. Please vote for credible representatives. Not fighters!

On Saturday 9 April, 2011, Nigerians would go out to elect a President for our great Nation. Finally, the  Governorship and State Assembly Elections would be held on Saturday 16 April, 2011.

I heard in the News that between the hours of 8am to 12pm, eligible voters are expected to be at the Polling Centers for accreditation on each election day. The voting exercise would commence by 12.30pm.

Contrary to what the Inspector General of Police purportedly said, the Independent Electoral Commission of Nigeria (INEC) announced that voters are allowed to take their cell phones to the Polls for the purpose sending text messages to report any fraud, violence or election tampering.

Please do not engage in any form of violence at the polling centers. However, if you notice any foul play send your text messages to any of the following numbers:

Vote Right! Vote Wisely!

God bless Nigeria!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Gaddafi vows to fight till the 'last drop of blood'

When I heard this news, the first question I asked myself was - "Whose blood are we talking about here?????" WHY on earth is he still holding on to power? Na hin get the Country?! For crying out loud, this guy has been in power for over 40 YEARS and still counting!

This man known as Gadhafi actually called on his own supporters to attack the protesters! In his words: "You men and women who love Gadhafi ... get out of your homes and fill the streets . . . and attack them in their lairs." 

This guy even referred to himself as a  fighter and he says he will die a MARTYR!

Odi kwa serious o!

Thursday, February 10, 2011


Recently, at the PDP campaign in Oyo State, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan was reported to have said:
“We must take over all the States in the Southwest. The zone is too important to be left in the hands of rascals.”

Rascals? That is a very HARSH word. The first thing that came to my mind was maybe Mr. President was quoted out of context. I waited for a rebuttal, but I got none! Did he actually say that? If he did, well the guy fall my hand big time! I suggest that ALL politicians, particularly those vying for elective positions should focus on positive objectives and watch their utterances. They should deter from using abusive or derogating words on their opponents!

God bless Nigeria!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

INEC Registration!

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Registration of voters took off with some hiccups on the 15th of  January 2011.

Prospective voters complained that they spent hours waiting to be registered and this discouraged others who chose to come back at a later date. One man told me when he went to register, the INEC official gave him a number and asked him to come back to following day! The reason for that, according to the man, was that the registration process takes as much as 30 minutes for one person, so in order not to keep people waiting in the sun
 for too long, they are advised to come back the following day.

Another person who attempted registering was informed that the DDC Machines have been rejecting peoples finger prints! This even happened to the former President Obasanjo, whose finger prints where rejected by the DDC machine several times while he was registering. The Senate President, Mr.David Mark also experienced some difficulty in registering.

News have it that in Oyo State, 4 out of the 32 DDC machines needed for the registration exercise were declared missing. When these machines resurfaced, it was discovered that about 2,000 fictitious names had been fed into the machines! How far would these bad elements would go to have their way! Hmmmm!

No matter what, I WILL register, so I can vote. I know my vote will count!

Nigerians, please lets all go out and register. Vote for the Candidates of your choice. Do not sell your votes.

God Bless Nigeria!
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