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A RESPONSE TO MR OBASANJO’S RECENT PRESS STATEMENT

Posted by Folorunso Makinde on Friday, February 23, 2018,

THE WAY OUT: A CLARION CALL FOR COALITION FOR NIGERIA MOVEMENT
Special Press Statement by Former Nigeria President Ret. Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo
“.....I am constrained to issue this special statement at this time considering the situation of the country. Some of you may be asking, “What has brought about this special occasion of Obasanjo issuing a Special Statement?” You will be right to ask such a question. ……
Wherever I go, I hear Nigerians complaining, murmuring in anguish and anger.....


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NIGERIA IS IN A MESS

Posted by Folorunso Makinde on Wednesday, June 21, 2017,

NIGERIA

NIGERIA is in a MESS!

The current situation in Nigeria today is nothing to write home about. Without any doubt, the current administration is trying to fight corruption but the way it is going about it raises doubt about whether much is going to be achieved.

In previous article, we highlighted that the problem in Nigeria is a System Failure but no one has actually listened or try to examine the contents of our suggestions. Take for instance the problem of our elected representative...


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An Expatriate's View of Corruption in Nigeria

Posted by Folorunso Makinde on Wednesday, June 21, 2017,

Britain’s Tim Newman reveals a thing or two about oil, corruption in Nigeria [Must Read]
August 22, 2013 by Opinion Editor


Tim Newman is a British expatriate working in the Oil and Gas industry. He also has a blog on desertsun.co.uk. It makes for an interesting read, but be prepared to trek through the paragraphs.
Okay, so now I’ve got a post about Melbourne out of the way it’s time for me to say a little something about Nigeria. With the exception of a week in October when I need to clear...


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WHAT NIGERIA REALLY NEED NOW

Posted by Folorunso Makinde on Thursday, March 9, 2017,

The General Election has come and gone and the Buhari government is well over a year old. However, it appears it is the same old story with the government struggling to grapple with the problems besetting Nigeria.

The celebrations that met the election victory of Ret. Gen. Mohammadu Buhari as the new President of Nigeria have given way to the reality of the fact that this is just a step towards achieving the goal of a better Nigeria. As a matter of fact, in many quarters, hope has started to...


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