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Kennedyian Attitude Required

Started Jan 17, 2011

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Adieu, Baba Enahoro!

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I am a civil servant who just completed his degree programme via the distance learning programme of Uniabuja. I like socio-economic and political issues that will advance the growth and development of my society.

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At 3:52am on May 15, 2010, Emem Monday Etukudo said…
At 4:00am on May 14, 2010, Emem Monday Etukudo said…
U r right tnxs.
At 4:56am on February 16, 2010, Ashipa James Olashupo said…
Good day Emem,
I had a peaceful Val with my family. It is indeed a coincidence because I know that Emem neans peace. Have a nice day
At 6:25am on February 15, 2010, Emem Monday Etukudo said…
wats up, how was ur Val ope u really njoy it. as 4 me................. tk a nice day.cheers.
At 9:48am on December 19, 2009, Chris Osiyi said…
Thanks for the nice words. I wish you a wonderful Christmas celebration and a prosperous New Year. Chris
At 9:09pm on November 14, 2009, Chris Osiyi said…
Certainly, I look forward to a productive relationship.
It is nice having you around and thanks for accepting my request.
Have a great weekend.
At 11:43am on July 31, 2009, Tuesday O.Moses EBELE(CHIEJINA) said…
Ashipa James Olashupo
No this is not about abracadabra as you think and talking about the 60 years thing of PDP occupation, it more or less sounds as if Nigeria is already sold out to PDP for a 60 years gurrantee of power, but if not so, then you have to agree with me that it,s not what a farmers says while he is going to farm he says while returning, if Nigeria belongs to all of us including other parties politically as well then I will say that statement is wrong and would be prove wrong.However on the whole Nigerians are tired of the suffering. ok,
Hope deferred make the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of live! Whaooo, was the hope of Nigeria chattered for the up tent time even in that 93 election, but by whom? Why? All boils down to our choices, sooner we start singing praises of the same set of representative responsible for annulling an election, we make up excuses for personal vendetta against the truth. Until now for all the problems of Nigeria, caused by Nigerian leaders, how many have been brought to book, none, they are still the same in different style, either military or civilian cloths, or civilian in military rule, in the name of democracy, what have we demonstrated so far, when the wicked beareth throne the people mourn, for all testimony regarding Nigeria leadership since 1960 till date for Nigerians it has always been mourning, whaling and gnashing of teeth.
Only recently another religious riot in Jos claiming more than 700 lives, what for? What God will delight in murdering, assassination and destruction, NONE, another religious crisis in Borno Maiduguri, it is simply a hungry man is an angry man, the degree of hunger pisses off, so killing in the name of defending a God is absurd unreligious, ungodly, immoral, wicked, madness, unconstitutional, illegal, tantamount to trespass all judicial laws. Absolutely uncivilized, and yet this are repeatedly occurring. Hope is only achieved in collective agreement in unity of purpose, in respect of other peoples choice of religion or faith, is not choosing to kill for a god, claiming reason, instead allow peace to reign by tolerating the others excesses.
Hope never fails, only when it is done right. There is yet hope for all Nigerian families come 2011 if you so choose, by investing on peace hoping for it to mature bearing fruits of unity among all 250 ethnics groups creating opportunities and prosperity.
We are responsible for the result of our hope next. I hope for a united reformed Nigeria. What about you? If you have a stake in a future united, peaceful, reformed Nigeria gives us a shout, call.,,,
Call: (+234) 08033475905, 08035659697 or
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Organising for a reformed Nigeria
At 4:34pm on January 14, 2009, JIMI OGUNDERE said…
Many thanks my brother, may God bless you and your family

Take care
At 11:37am on November 9, 2008, Chris Osiyi said…
I hope so too, thanks.
Have a great sunday and a lovely week ( ahead).
At 9:09am on November 9, 2008, Chris Osiyi said…

You're welcome to the community.




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