SPEECH DELIVERED BY RT HON YAKUBU DOGARA, GUEST SPEAKER AT THE APC NORTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERS SUMMIT, ABUJA 2022 ON THE THEME, “RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTS A NATION, BUT SIN IS A REPROACH TO ANY PEOPLE”, HELD ON FRIDAY 29TH JULY, 2022 AT THE NICON LUXURY HOTEL, ABUJA

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SPEECH DELIVERED BY RT HON YAKUBU DOGARA, GUEST SPEAKER AT THE APC NORTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERS SUMMIT, ABUJA 2022 ON THE THEME, “RIGHTEOUSNESS EXALTS A NATION, BUT SIN IS A REPROACH TO ANY PEOPLE”, HELD ON FRIDAY 29TH JULY, 2022 AT THE NICON LUXURY HOTEL, ABUJA
Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people. Proverbs 14:34
Protocols:
1. I consider it great honour and privilege to be invited as the Guest Speaker at this all-important August summit of eminent religious leaders and top-notch politicians from across all the States of the Federation. Permit me to start by profusely thanking all those involved in putting together this summit and all the delegates who have sacrificed time and their busy schedule in order to honour us with their presence, which we do not lightly esteem. I understand we are here to talk about our nation and how political choices may impact our faith and likely exacerbate the escalating parlous security situation and stymie our match towards an inclusive, peaceful and prosperous nation.
2. Not a few have expressed concerns about national outlook on all presidential tickets. Also, not a few worry that the debate was becoming corrosive, and of course, with this kind of spitting of bilious views into the political wind, there was bound to be lots of nerves in the air.
3. When we talk about a Muslim-Muslim ticket; God forbid that we should be understood to be objecting to Muslims or that we don’t want Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to be president. It is not about Senator Kashim Shettima either, but it about what is right and what is wrong. It is about justice, fairness and equity. It is about Nigeria; it’s diversity and how it can be harnessed in an inclusive manner for the greater good of all of us. Be that as it may, some of us really wanted Asiwaju to be president because he has sacrificed much for our Party, the APC and for what he represents to so many people. So, our position cannot be against Muslims or Islam. That fact cannot be denied in any way.
4. But when it comes to choosing between the love and admiration I have for an individual and what is right and what I believe represents my vision for Nigeria, my choice will clearly be for the latter. After all, my rise to the position of Speaker was never going to be possible without the support of some Muslim members who believe that our diversity must be reflected in national positions for the unity, peace and advancement of our dear country. What gives me more hope about the Nigeria project is that there are many of our Muslim brothers and leaders who did not only warn the APC, but have had to call out the APC for adopting a Muslim-Muslim ticket which resulted into the Party ructions we are witnessing today.
5. In 2015, when we were called “janjeweed party”, my response was usually very simple. I could then say that, HE John Oyegun was the chairman of my party and my Vice-Presidential candidate was Pastor Yemi Osinbajo. We don’t enjoy that luxury anymore as the President, Senate President, Speaker and his deputy; Senate and House Leaders; National Chairman and the Deputy National Chairman; Presidential and the Vice-Presidential candidates are all Muslims, leaving the Christians with just the position of VP Osibanjo and Deputy Senate President Omo-Agege at that level in a Country whose population is fairly split between Muslims and Christians. Granted this scenario, can any God-fearing Muslim, Christian nay even the amoral and the atheist say this is fair, just and righteous? Does this represent the act of a just God? This is the real context of objections from the Christian community not just the Presidential ticket and the VP slot.
6. For me, it is a rude awakening and I am so happy it happened sooner than later. The very fact that they said we should not worry about a Muslim-Muslim ticket while a Muslim-Christian ticket gave them sleepless nights should make you worry the more. To worry about a Muslim-Christian ticket while counselling others not to worry about a Muslim-Muslim ticket is the very textbook definition of cognitive dissonance and an attempt at gaslighting gullible Christians. Truth must be told that anyone who is not bringing us together is consciously tearing us apart.
7. Furthermore, I do not want to speak to the argument that there is no Christian competent enough to be Vice-President because as we all know, that is hogwash. It only speaks to the need to deliberately exclude – whereas the need now is for inclusion.
8. The other funny argument in the media is the claim that without a northern Muslim on the ticket, elections cannot be won. The implications of that argument are quite unambiguous; Northern Muslims don’t vote for the South – even if the candidate is a Muslim like them – and, of course, don’t vote for Christians. However, nothing can be further from the truth. If you stretch this argument further, it may lead to questions such as, “if Muslims in the North don’t trust a southern Muslim for any reason(s), why should Christians in Nigeria trust a Muslim from the South and North?” These are the kinds of arguments I hate to engage in and which we must avoid if we hope not to injure the health of our Republic.
9. Other unhelpful framings of the debate by the so-called pundits posits that Christians in the North are so small in number that their votes don’t count. This strange argument seeks to reinforce the satanic agenda of dividing the church in Nigeria into North and South, and also ignores the fact and reality that Nigeria is evenly split on religious lines. These pundits are still not smart enough to tell us what is in the Muslim-Muslim ticket for southern Christians. The argument also ignores the fact that our official policy excludes religious affiliation from census data. There is therefore no scientific basis for these bizarre conclusions. Let us now look at a model for managing diversity.
10. If the UK offers any example, in 2005, the Tories had only two non-White MPs. Just within over a decade, this has changed dramatically – all the way to the top ranks of the party, including the last three chancellors of the exchequer in a row: Javid, Sunak and Zahawi. In addition, Patel was home secretary; Javid – health secretary; Kwasi – business secretary and; Zahawi – education secretary.
11. Before the pruning down of candidates for the Conservative Party leadership to two; six of the candidates were members of ethnic minorities. Braverman, Sunak and Javid are the children of immigrants while Chisti and Zahawi were born outside of the UK: in Pakistan and Iraq respectively; and our own Kemi was partly brought up in Lagos. All these happened in the conservative UK where the entire population of minority ethnic group is a paltry 14% – thanks to David Cameron under whose leadership the Tories embraced the idea of “sponsored mobility” which was thought to be good for the country because it will help prevent politics from polarizing along racial lines.
12. As we speak, the UK may well be on the verge of becoming the second major Western democracy to have a non-White leader in Sunak. Sunak who took the oath of office as Chancellor with his hand on the Bhagavad Gita and placed Diwali candles on the steps of his office on Number 11 Downing Street, shares the same faith with just 1.03 million Britons representing just 1.6% of the U.K’s total population. This is how democracies all over the world are managing diversities within their borders. Compare this to the US under Trump where the Republican Party was and is still in danger of becoming the party of White grievances and White reaction against an increasingly diverse America. Is it in vain that the Democrats had to settle for a woman and a black VP in Kamala Harris? Women issues are treated as minority issues and what percentage of US population is black? Just 13.4% in case you don’t know. In these two, we have two models to borrow from; either to play the politics of exclusion which the Muslim-Muslim ticket represents or to make politics all-inclusive in order to heal our national fault lines and unite our disparate peoples for nation building. The latter must be the choice of every patriotic and sensible Nigerian.
13. Why do I consider the decision by the APC to settle for a Muslim-Muslim ticket not a bold but bad decision? There are ample reasons but I will highlight a few for want of time and space.
a) It is a bad decision because it fuels inequality. We must always bear in mind that the liberty we enjoy is as rare as it is fragile. Inequality has a way of upsetting the balance due to the universal law of cause and effect. Throughout history, every revolution has been waged to either consolidate or destroy inequality. Just like all revolutions, they first seem impossible and then improbable until they become inevitable.
i) When you think of revolutions, what comes to your mind? Is it the pictures of savage invasions, crushing battlefield defeats, sacked cities and unlucky rulers put to death or a cascading series of minor, individually unimportant failures which are now replete in our polity? You may not understand the structure of revolutions until you trace the progression of the Nazis from an unpopular fringe group to the most powerful political party in Germany. Those who are dismissive of those who built conflict generating structures such as the Muslim-Muslim ticket in a pluralistic society always end up as enablers of revolution or violent changes. That was how Nazism was dismissed as a fringe idea that will never make it into the mainstream of civilized Germany until it led to the death of an estimated 40 million people.
b) It is a bad decision because it breads division which is counter-productive to our collective aspirations for a united and prosperous nation. My last check reveals that the word division is a construct of the word “vision” with a prefix “di” which means double in Latin. Just imagine what double vision does to an individual, much more a Nation. Our national creed or motto if you like, is unity and faith, peace and progress. Embedded in this great idea is the fact that unity precedes peace and progress. The question therefore is, how do we unite our disparate peoples in a manner that ensures peace and progress? This is not the only question, it is every question.
i) Of course, our strength is not in numbers but unity. You are not strong because you are many, you are strong because you are united. Nigeria cannot survive if we merely tolerate each other or if the happiness of one group is the unhappiness of the other group. But if we are united, we will be indomitable. And if all of us: Muslims, Christians, atheists, the old, the young, women and men work together and pray together in unity: believe me; we will be invincible. On the corollary, many are the Nations and Empires that could not withstand divisions.
ii) The largest construction project ever on earth – the erection of the Tower of Babel came to an abrupt halt due to divisions. The almost 3200 years long recorded history of the Egyptian empire collapsed due to divisions when Cleopatra the last Pharaoh killed her brother Ptolemy the 13th who was a joint heir to the throne and married another of her brother, Ptolemy the 14th before she had him also killed so that her son can succeed her as the pharaoh. The all-powerful Roman Empire just like the British Empire after it, decayed and died not on account of invading armies but just because they could not withstand the contradictions within. Need we say more about Yugoslavia and the USSR?
iii) The US too is currently struggling and if they don’t invent ingenious ways to heal divisions, the US dominance, just like all the other empires before, might soon become history. If we think we can encourage divisions in the scale we are witnessing and not see what those Empires and Nations saw, then we are of all men and women most miserable.
c) In addition, the inability to distinguish the Nigeria of 1993 from 2022 gave me cause to fret the more. An indispensable attribute of a leader in crisis is to be able to recognize a departure of events from routine to novel. The inability to spot an infliction point in moments of gripping visceral fear across the nation represents an irredeemable fatal error of judgment. There has never been a time in our history that we are as divided. We are battling terrorism, banditry, kidnapping for ransom, secessionists and all manner of challenges.
Consequently, anyone who thinks that events in Nigeria in 2022 are not novel but routine as they were in 1993 is totally incapable of finding solutions to challenges currently ravaging our dear nation.
14. As for the nodding dogs who have sold themselves to lying spirits by deliberately believing in lies or are refusing to accept the truth, rebuke them in love. We may, after all, be dealing with fallen angels. We must never forget that every generation has its own Jannes and Jambres who withstood Moses; its prophets of Baal who withstood Elijah; its Sanballats and Tobiahs who withstood Nehemiah; it’s Esaus whose profanity will drive them to sell their birth rights; its Gehazis who will surrender to seducing spirits in order to feed their greed; its Hamans who will plot to annihilate Gods people: the list goes on. On this class of people, the scripture has already placed a curse, “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter!” Isaiah 5:20. But just as those they withstood overcame, we will also overcome if we faint not.
15. The harder they try to make us bow to the golden image of greed, the more we should chant to their chagrin the answer given by Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego – who said to the king, “O Nebuchadnezzar, we are not careful to answer thee in this matter. If it be so, our God whom we serve is able to deliver us from the burning fiery furnace, and he will deliver us out of thine hand, O king. But if not, be it known unto thee, O king, that we will not serve thy gods, nor worship the golden image which thou hast set up”.
16. In closing, let me reiterate the fact that we are here to talk about what is right and what is wrong. To my mind what is right is not just to win elections but to unite Nigerians both now and after the elections so that we can collectively build a Nigeria that works for all regardless of creed. As President Obama warned, “if you have to win a campaign by dividing people, you are not going to be able to govern them. You won’t be able to unite them later” This is spot-on because anyone who wins an election by dividing us would have to keep us divided in order to govern us. This is not what any reasonable and peace-loving Nigerian wants.
17. As long as God remains the God of justice, may we continue to resist injustice to our sinews, no matter who is for or against it because it is the requirement of the just God. Let us go out from this summit with the resolve to seek out our Muslim brothers and sisters who believe in unifying our people in order to usher in the much need peace and advancement for Nigeria to unleash her true potentials. I am sure we will jointly agree on a platform that would advance our collective search for unity, peace and development. Believe me, the only alternative is the road to Yugoslavia. God forbid! If we want to see Nigeria exalted, we must insist she does the right things.
18. Thank you for listening. God bless you and may God bless Nigeria.
Rt Hon Yakubu Dogara.
Former Speaker of the House of Representatives
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You may say goodbye to diabetes thanks to a new pill that reverses type 2 diabetes, normalises blood sugar levels, and doesn’t require insulin!

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Dear friend,

If you want a 100% natural treatment, that naturally fight diabetes, normalizes blood sugar and reverses type 2 diabetes without depending on prescription drugs or insulin injections, then this short message will show you how.

Here’s the full details:

Within few weeks, I was able to slash 80points from my fast rising blood sugar, using a special “Diabetes Reversal Remedy” that saved me from amputations, constant fear, anxiety and pain due to my type 2 diabetes.

The diabetes breakthrough you are about to discover on this page is twice as effective as the leading type 2 drug at normalizing blood sugar, fixing insulin resistance, stopping neuropathy pain, preventing blindness, amputations and other diabetes problems.

The herbal remedy have been used successfully by over 2,300 Nigerian men and women, and it have helped type 2 diabetics eliminate the need for drugs and insulin injections while helping type ones greatly reduce their drug and injection dosages.

Without wasting time, here’s the full story: My name is Mrs. Mary, and for several years, I was battling with type 2 diabetes.

For these 7 years, I always had to worry about which foods would spike my blood sugar, so I was always cautious about the foods I eat.

But aside that my normal daily routine was that:

– I had to prick my fingers with painful and expensive lancets…
– I was constantly anxious and stressed about maintaining my weight, and tracking my blood sugar…
– I spent quite some good amount of money on insulin every month.

It all got worse one day, when I collapsed in the towers of the ministry where I worked as a public servant in Abuja.

It was like a shock to every one of our colleagues. I was rushed to the hospital, and our doctor confirmed that my type 2 diabetes has gotten to a critical stage, that I was at risk of being amputated.

I can still recall the tears in the eyes of my children, and the grief my husband felt when he heard the news that my type 2 diabetes has deteriorated my health, and I could be amputated within few months.

After I was discharged from the hospital, I decided to start searching for an alternative cure that could help reverse my type 2 diabetes or at least improved my health a little.

If you are tired of being lied to and you are ready to finally learn the truth about this disease and find out how tens of thousands of type 2 diabetics completely reversed their diabetes, normalized their blood sugar and were taken off all medication and injections, then read on.

During several month of research in getting a natural treatment for my type 2 diabetes, I came in contact with an old time friend, who was also a health consultant. 

He recommended a herbal remedy that have been used by over 2,300 Nigerian men and women to reverse their type 2 diabetes and normalize their blood sugar level after completing their therapy.

He assured me that the herbal supplements were NAFDAC Approved, have no side effects and works effectively to reverse type 2 diabetes in the shortest time possible.

At first, I was skeptical after spending so much on drugs and medications.

But my husband advised we give it a trial. I started using them, 2 capsules morning and 2 capsules in evening before meals. Also, I drank the herbal tea that came with it 1 tea bag morning and evening.

In few weeks of using it, I noticed my blood sugar level became normal, and I didn’t need any insulin injections.

The herbal supplements helped me boost my metabolism and made my Diabetes never come back.

To ensure I had really breakthrough from type 2 diabetes, I schedule an appointment with my Doctor, for another test before the surgery.

When the test results came out, he was surprised at the results he got. My blood sugar level was very low. He asked me if I changed my diet or what exactly did I do to reverse my serious case of type 2 diabetes.

I explained to him how I came about the herbal remedy which I will show you in few minutes.

From then on, he decided to recommend this diabetes destroyer supplements to every one of his diabetic patients with a severe case.

The joy of my husband, I and the kids knew bounds. It was like a miracle.

My type 2 diabetes had disappeared, I no longer had to worry about the kinds of foods I ate, or having to bear the pains of sticking myself with insulin needles. I no longer felt tired easily, or worried about being a burden to my family.

Of course, we were very happy… but we decided to do something special that could save the life of thousands of people suffering from diabetes.

We decided to tell as much friends, families and church members about our new discovery that reverses diabetes and normalize blood sugar/glucose level.

Everyone of them that we shared our discovery with came back and were marveled at the results they got, they were able to defeat diabetes using this natural herbal remedy.

5 out of 5 came back happily about how it reverse their type 2 diabetes, restored their blood sugar levels to normal, and they gladly recommended it to their relatives as well.

Today, I want you to be among one of the very few people in Nigeria who know how to Defeat Your Type 2 Diabetes…

Without wasting time, let me show you the exact herbal remedy I used to reverse diabetes, repair pancreas, and helps you eliminate your medications forever…

Introducing…

Diabetes Remedy Kit”

“100% Natural HERBAL REMEDY to Completely Reverse type 2 or type 1 Diabetes, Normalize Blood Sugar Levels and Repair Pancreas”

“UG Capsules & AKUM Tea”

This is a program which consists of natural herbal supplements (UG capsules and AKUM tea) which helps to deal with the effect of diabetes and also gradually reduces the blood sugar level in the system until you finally become FREE as you use them.

These 2 herbal products (UG capsules and Akum tea) have been proven to help normalize blood sugar levels, works tremendously for insulin and non-insulin diabetes and reverses diabetes within the shortest time possible.

They have the highest international certifications of approval and also approved by NAFDAC. They are made from 100% herbal extracts and have no side effects at all.

Let me explain these 2 herbal products, their functions and how they help you normalize your blood sugar levels…

UG Herbal Capsules

contains 60 capsules,
Dosage: 2 capsules 2 times daily before or after meal

UG capsules mainly contains herbal extracts: spondias mombin 50%, euphorbia hirta 35% and Allium sativum 15%

Research scientists have proven that spondias mombina medicinal plant have been evaluated to successfully treat diabetic patients.

The main reason this is possible is due to the peak hypoglycemic effect of spondias mombin, hence which justifies its use for the treatment of diabetes mellitus.

Another consituent of UG capsules, Euphorbia hirta, is an herbal extract found in india and Australia. It is also known to have the same hypoglycemic effect, and have been in use for many years as traditional medicine for diabetes. It’s also used for diabetic wound healing.

AKUM TEA

contains 40 tea bags
To be taken 1 tea bag morning and evening

Akum tea is a sure blend for the treatment of insulin dependent and non-insulin dependent diabetes. It contains herbal extracts such as mistletoe and anacardium ocidentale.

Make no mistake about it, these are rare, herbal plant extracts that will help you effortlessly kickstart your type 2 diabetes reversal, fills your body with the exact nutrients to help repair your pancreas, and say goodbye to your type 2 diabetes in few weeks.

Plus, you will be able to stop using your overpriced drugs or insulin shots… because you’ll reteach your body to regulate blood sugar on its own.

Once you start using these 2 natural herbal therapy, you will increase your metabolism, increase your insulin absorption rate, melt away fat, giving you more energy and lowering your risk of heart diseases.

With the Diabetes Remedy kit, you can say goodbye to a life full of frustration and fear, and start enjoying freedom from diabetes.

Here’s how the Diabetes Remedy Kit works...

– Take 2 capsules of the UG herbal capsules, morning and evening before meals.
– Also, empty 1 tea bag of the Akum tea in the kettle or tea pot, add water. Boil for 3 – 5 minutes. Drink warm.

– Drink the tea in the morning and evening (that is twice daily).

Within the first 1 month, over 60% of the people that have used it have recorded normal blood sugar levels.

And within 2 months, all of the people we’ve recommended it for have reversed their type 2 diabetes.

Within the next 60 days or less, you too could say goodbye to your type 2 diabetes.

And to Prove it, Here Are What People Who Have used the Diabetes Remedy Kit Are Saying About it, and How They’ve Seen Tremendous Results from Using it…

My doctor told me that Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease, which means I was going to have it for life. They said there was no cure. After I came across the Diabetes Remedy kit, I decided to get it, took d herbal capsules n akum tea as recommended, been about 2 months, HBA1c is back at 4.3, so im no longer classed as diabetic. Got to say, your Diabetes Remedy kit is A LIFE SAVER.

Alh. Abdullahi – Maitama, Abuja

My wife ordered for Diabetes remedy kit for me. Within few weeks of using it, am surprised by the results have gotten. my sugar cravings are lesser, I’ve been able to keep my blood sugar is steadier for hours longer now. My wife is happy as my HbA1c and my bad cholesterol has dropped a bit on my last lab test. I was told if I keep this up I will be able to reverse my diabetes. I take it because getting my HbA1c down helped me in the bedroom if you know what I mean!”

Mr. Gabriel – Trans-amadi, Port Hacourt

I have been diagnosed with type-2 daibetes for years. Even with the medications, I was always worried about my blood sugar levels, so I was always testing 8 or 9 times daily. I was always careful about what I ate. Diabetes made my life miserable. A relative recommended your Diabetes remedy kit for me, and it helped me repair my pancreas, stopped managing my symptoms and I was experiencing results gradually. After using the kit, my doctor confirmed I’m diabetes free. you need to tell more people about this program, to save more lives and save people from amputations and heart diseases.

Mrs. Aghedo (warri, delta)

6 years ago, my physician explained to me I had a severe case of type 2 diabetes. At that point, I decided to change to an healthier lifestyle to save my life bcos it took the life of my mum. But after several years, the medications were becoming too expensive and useless for me. I decided enough was enough, I would take complete control and would not let diabetes take my life away from my family and the effect it had on my family’s life. Few months ago, I stumbled on the Diabetes remedy kit, decided to give it a trial. I started using the UG capsules and akum tea, It helped bring down my blood sugar levels that my doc was surprised. I am happy to say my A1C now at 5.9 and I’m OFF diabetic meds.

Mrs. Olayinka – Lekki, Lagos

Truth is, I could load more and more testimonials/feedbacks from people who have used this Diabetes Remedy Kit, but I will only be saying the same thing… these products works like gangbusters!

As we speak, lots of people are already raving about how effective the diabetes remedy kit is, and how it has helped them fix the root cause of the disease, repair pancreas, and naturally lower blood sugar.

By word of mouth, there’s so much huge demand, supplies are going off the shelf fast… even my colleagues at work, picked up 17 of the Diabetes Remedy kit.

So, there are just about 137 kits remaining.

Right now, thousands of people are on this website… and stocks are extremely limited.

We have no idea when the next stocks are going to arrive, so my advise to you is this: get your supplies now while you can!

When you go ahead and place order now, you will get it at an affordable discount price.

If you procrastinate, I cannot assure you that you will get it at the same discount price.

If you start today, then less than 1 month from today, you could be free to enjoy life, and never again worry about diabetes-related early death or amputations.

SO HOW MUCH IS THE DIABETES REMEDY KIT?

Let me ask you… what’s something like this worth?

What would you give to have your life back again, without the fear and pain of diabetes?

To know that you’ll never have to stick yourself with a lancelet ever again?

To be able to stop injecting yourself full of synthetic insulin?

To never again have to worry about going blind, or kidney failure, or having a heart attack with no one around to save you?

To finally stop taking all those ridiculously expensive diabetes drugs that don’t even work?

To be able to tell the Big Pharmaceutical & MLM companies that they can’t have your money anymore?

To do all this while losing weight, looking younger, and having better sex than you’ve had in years?

Once you start using the Diabetes Remedy Kit, within 30 – 60 days from now, you will say goodbye to diabetes, and of course, you’ll never have to look for another solution to Diabetes!

Imagine the look of shock on your doctor’s face…

When he tells you that your blood sugar is completely normal, just WEEKS after you were diagnosed with an “incurable” disease…

When he asks you, “How did you do this? None of the diabetes drugs are capable of this! What did you do?”

How much would you give for this?

You see, you won’t pay a lot for this Diabetes Remedy kit. And if you go ahead and get it now, you will enjoy…
=> the discount introductory price

=> 100% FREE Shipping to every state in Nigeria

=> Payment at the point of delivery (or at your DOORSTEP)

This means you will pay for the products only when it has been brought down to you face to face by our courier company or delivery man.

Here’s a breakdown of the price (depending on the supply you are ordering for) …

Diabetes Remedy Kit 1 Month Pack2 UG capsules (120capsules) + 1 Akum tea

DISCOUNT PRICE = N30,000

Diabetes Remedy Kit 2 Months Pack 4 UG capsules (240capsules) + 2 Akum tea

DISCOUNT PRICE = N55,000 (Recommended option)

Diabetes Remedy Kit 3 Months Pack 6 UG capsules (240capsules) + 3 Akum tea

DISCOUNT PRICE = N80,000 (Recommended option)

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 1Month PACK (2 UG capsules and 1 Akum tea)
– N30,000

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 2Months PACK (4 UG capsules and 2 Akum tea) – N55,000

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 3Months PACK (6 UG capsules and 3 Akum tea) – N80,000

Here’s How to Order for Your DIABETES REMEDY KIT Today at the Special Discount Price

Depending on the option that you are ordering for…

*If you are ordering for “1 Month pack”… indicate the code “DIABETES REMEDY KIT 1month PACK” in your text message…

*If you are ordering for “2 Months pack”… indicate it “DIABETES REMEDY KIT 2months PACK” in your text message…

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 1Month PACK – N30,000

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 2Months PACK – N55,000

DIABETES REMEDY KIT 3Months PACK – N80,000

Here’s what to send to us…

Text the (the option you are ordering for) with the following information below…

that is, Diabetes remedy kit 1month pack or 2months pack or 3months pack

1. Your Full Name
2. Your Phone Number
3. Delivery Address (home or office address)

Send This Information as a text message to 08034920365

Please Note: Your delivery address must include (your street name, town, local govt and state). Detailed Enough to make it traceable by our courier delivery man that will come around to deliver to you.

You will get a SMS and Call from us within 24 hours to confirm your Order Before we Parcel It Across to You.

DELIVERY TIME

Once we received your order, and your details are correct, you will receive an sms or call confirmation from us.

Your products will then be sent to our courier delivery and the items should get to you within 2-4 Days for nationwide delivery to other state, and 1-2 days for orders within Lagos state.

Yes, for this small price, you will get access to the Diabetes Remedy kit and start using it.

The Diabetes Remedy pack is worth much more considering how much money you’re going to spend on trying to manage your Diabetes, and considering how much our health mean to us and our loved ones.

For this extremely low price you can start getting your health back, jumpstart your pancreas, make your body remember how to absorb insulin and ensure your blood glucose stay at a healthy, normal level.

You’ll be able to stop taking insulin injections, and completely reverse your diabetes, without using chemical drugs, and without any side effects whatsoever!

The specially recommended option is for 2months or 3months pack, obviously it has more quantities of the UG capsules and Akum tea, so you get the perfect and desired results from it, and you’ll never spend money again on this.

The 2months pack is also for severe diabetic patients.

However, both the 1month pack and 2months pack options will give excellent results when you make use of them.

Like I said earlier, this is an extremely limited offer. It will not be available for a long time, it’s either we go out of stocks, or the price goes up soon, so you may end up paying at an increased price if you procrastinate.

So go ahead, order for it right away and start using it to repair your pancreas, reverse type 2 diabetes, normalize blood sugar levels and say goodbye to your expensive diabetic medications & insulin injections!

Best part is, there’s absolutely no risk on your part.

Here’s what I mean: You don’t have to pay first before you get this product. We have payment on delivery option for you get the items. Once you place your order, our marketing firm sends the item to your state through our courier delivery service.

Once it get to your state, our delivery man picks up item and bring it to your provided address. Next, you collect your item and pay the money to the delivery man that brings it for you. No extra cost, no risk whatsoever!

Depending on your location in your state, delivery takes within 2 – 4 business days after you’ve placed an order.

Warning, for payment on delivery option (please, serious buyers only):

  1. Ensure that you have the cash available with you before placing order
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Peter Obi Has Won Already the Nigerian election

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I honestly do not think Mr Peter Obi has to win the 2023 presidential election to prove anything to anybody because he has won already. Those making their comments and analysis on the basis of who will be sworn in as President in 2023 actually don’t get it: Mr Obi has won the election in the minds of millions of young Nigerians, whose future you seek to manage.
Given the obtuse geopolitical configuration of Nigeria, it will be near impossible for Obi to win the plurality of votes even if all the enlightened young people (who constitute the bulk of his support base) vote for him. We know where the deciding votes will come from, and it is sad for me to admit that in those places there ain’t enough enlightened youths that can reason about the present and future of the country without being remotely controlled by same politicians who have conspired to steal their present and future without blinking an eye.

Those youths whose future Mazi Peter Obi is worried about have either been deliberately denied the emancipation that comes with a good education or pauperized to the extent of accepting today’s meal in exchange for supporting the “old and decaying” politicians of yesterday, (apologies to Tunde Bakare), who clearly intend to continue to eat their future.
Whether you like Mr Obi or not, you must accept that his brand of politics has won the hearts of the hitherto dormant youths. He has introduced millions of them into the electoral mix the same way Obama did in USA even as a disadvantaged minority. Unfortunately, Nigeria is not the USA and the old order will still conspire to have its way at the end of the day.

The problem I see in the future is that while Obi might likely not benefit from his efforts, unlike Obama, he is about to unleash something that will ultimately take down the old order. With millions of those PVCs in the hands of those young people and armed with a youthful energy that can disrupt at any time, I pity whoever wins the 2023 presidential election. He will certainly be at the mercy of Peter Obi’s army of angry liberated youths. It’s only a matter of time before they take everything down their own way.

As a pragmatist, I pray that when the electoral conspiracy of the old manifests, it will be Atiku Abubakar that will benefit. He is obviously the lesser evil to afflict Nigeria at this time. The other option is too scary to imagine given where we are today as a nation.
One thing is certain, only those old politicians that understand the youths will survive the coming political conflagration across the nation. In case you don’t know, a politician in his 70s can still be seen as a “youth” whereas a 35-year-old politician will be seen as an aged and decaying fellow. It is all about how you connect with the critical youth demography.
Bring on the youthful energy that is behind the Obi movement…
onye gba oso…
-Nwandugbom is resting. Please, do not disturb him

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An Open Notice To Cease And Desist To The CEO Of Google

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Dear CEO:

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the undersigned E-mail has been blocked twice by your company for [no] apparent reason [,] except for tampering and spying which misconduct is [not] acceptable [.] The first time occurred on Thursday, (August 20, 2015 at 3:07 P.M.) and it was activated the same day (“Thu 8/20/15 6:34 PM”) according to your company’s apology message. The second time was blocked on Thursday, (October 15, 2015 at 2:57 P.M.) Then it was reactivated approximately at 4:27 P.M on the same day. They even went far as attempting today, Friday, (October 16, 2015 at 1:11 P.M.) to tamper with the sending emails and threaten the same meddling conduct for the “Third” time in [a] row [.]

The frivolous accusation that the account exceeded the “limits of emails” or “suspicious activities noted on the account” does [not] exist –––– [T]he fact that the immoral, corrupt and strayed U.S. Government does [not] agree with the strong criticism and scandalous language or the unpleasant message delivered to the outside world, does [not] render the account to exceed any limits nor make it suspicious. Nor does it give the strayed Government or Google [t]he right to [spy] on his email account wherein [no] way the underlying email account could possibly reach even the quarter of 2000 limits permitted emails per day [.] [A]bsent any criminal activity [,] the [only] available option for the U.S. Government to choose [is] to slam it[s] head into [t]he wall –––– and it still [h]as two wide ocean[s] to drink from whenever [s]he feel[s] thirsty for its notable wrongdoing [.]

Google [must] cease and desist [at] once all of it[s] illegal ethnic, racial and religious discriminatory action and conduct [.] Please [be] mindful and advise[d] that [i]f the unlawful intervening [spying] practice on behalf of [t]he U.S. Government continue[s], the district court [must] settle [t]he dispute in this matter [.] Please be guided accordingly [.]

Thanking you for your attention and cooperation in this regard, I remain,

Cordially,

/s/ Assem A. Abulkhair

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Almajiri Writes Letter to First Lady Patience Jonathan

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Dear Madam First Lady,

I Lack The Patience To Wait For Good Luck!

I am almajiri because I am from the North and one of the products of the Polygamous family, if you “hate” me, you don’t have to wait to a moment that your husband needs my vote before you come with your pretense.

I knew long ago that the killings in my region were allowed to be because, you don’t like my face. So, hold it, you don’t have to tell anyone to “stone” me because of my political party affiliation, you can use the soldiers to continue to kill me when they come to polling units, on the basis that “Nigeria’s economy is in your pocket”.

You are intoxicated not from the amount of beer your husband drinks, but for the power that you are enjoying.

Painfully, for all your utterances recently, you have killed your husband politically.

Yours,
Almajiri (‪#‎myvotemyright)
Read more: http://newsrescue.com/almajiri-writes-letter-first-lady-patience-jonathan/#ixzz3U2v8TUcn

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Letter To Cardinal Onaiyekan: Father Mbaka Did No Wrong, By Adeolu Ademoyo

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Dear Cardinal Onaiyekan,

I write this open letter to you on the basis of the Christian faith. There is an inviolable mission which underscores our Christian faith. The Catholic faith has carried this Christian mission to its greatest height. That mission is the social and moral teaching of our faith. This defines the incorruptible Body Of Christ. This mission also puts all Christians in permanent, eternal service to the poor, the weak in body and soul, the socially and economically neglected and marginalized, the ignored, the most vulnerable in our societies.

Dear Cardinal, that mission which moved our Lord Jesus Christ to drive out the corrupt, the thieves and corrupt tax collectors from our Father’s house (Mark Chapter 11, Verse 15-17, Mathew 21, Verse 12) is at great risk in your recent statement that Reverend Father Mbaka should be sanctioned for carrying out that same mission which moved Jesus Christ and which our Pope, Pope Francis has witnessed in his now eternal and divine statement in acknowledgement of our Saint St Francis of Assisi during his assumption of the papacy that “How I wish the church is a poor church … how I wish that Church serves the poor….”

Dear Cardinal Onaiyekan, if there is one thing that summons some of us back to a social and moral duty at this point in our age, it is that eternal and divine service to the poor, the most vulnerable, the socially and economically ignored by the insane corruption in the land in our country today under the rulership of President Jonathan.

But kindly let me re-center the issue so that you see why your call that Rev Father Mbaka be sanctioned is problematic and may not be consistent with Pope Francis’s call that we Christians go among the poor, make the Church a poor church for the poor and serve and proclaim the gospel with joy.

Sir, on new year day, Rev Father Mbaka saw the light and proclaimed in service of the Nigerian poor that President Jonathan does not deserve a second term. These are Father Mbaka’s words “I love President Goodluck Jonathan and I used to be his ardent fan, but I want good for my people and that’s why I want Nigerians to vote out Goodluck Jonathan and vote General Muhammad Buhari. I don’t care if Buhari is a Muslim and from the North; all I care about is that Buhari can save Nigeria.” Given that President Jonathan’s government stands in fundamental contradiction to the social and spiritual needs of the Nigerian poor, we in defense of the vulnerable and the poor in our society believe that Rev Mbaka is right that President Jonathan does not deserve to be re-elected.

In the Catholic Church we recognize some core vows. I know these vows intimately and spiritually for my wife and I have always consistently been emotionally, spiritually, physically and reverentially present all the time some of our intimate friends who were going into the priesthood in Nigeria took their vows decades ago. They are the vows of sanctity, of celibacy, of obedience to authority and of poverty.

Since Father Mbaka’s statement my wife and I have scrutinized these vows to see where Father Mbaka may be in violation of our faith in his sermon. With due respect to you we do not see one violation. In other words if we were in Reverend Father Mbaka’s shoes my wife and I think that we would make the same statement in service of the Nigerian poor Father Mbaka made, and thereafter commit our souls to our God for eternal judgment.

Sir I have never met you and I do not need to. But sir, you took a different view on Rev Mbaka. You disagreed with Rev Mbaka. With due respect to your anointed call which I have had good reason to defend behind you these are your words:

“Mbaka will take responsibilities for his own actions. I do not believe in my mind that the way things are in Nigeria, any Catholic priest has the mandate to decide which of the political contestants should be voted for…What most of us will do is to tell people to vote according to their conscience and then, we tell the authorities to allow people to vote freely and fairly. …Like I said, Mbaka is a priest of his own type. If he was in my archdioceses, I would have sanctioned him long ago for the kind of things and utterances that he makes….But, he is not under my diocese; he has a bishop to handle that if there is any need. I hope that people are not thinking that we are sending Mbaka to talk rubbish…If you want to hear anything even not official but at least, authoritative, then, you listen to the bishops. Rather than him and I don’t see any bishop talking that way…”

Dear Cardinal, let me inform on why many of us are uncomfortable with your position. First, before Rev Father Mbaka saw the light, he had earlier openly shown support for President Jonathan. Then you kept mute, you did not talk about procedure in the Catholic Church. But when Father Mbaka got transformed like Paul in the Bible, you evoked procedure. Sir as a Catholic such inconsistency is spiritually depressing to us. My Catholicism enjoins me to be consistent and unwavering even in the face of death. That is our faith.

Second, you called Rev Mbaka’s defense of the Nigerian poor “rubbish”! That hit a spiritually depressing chord in our family. We take our faith seriously. My family, especially our children take Pope Francis’ call that we should serve the poor seriously. Pope Francis is our children’s darling Pope for Pope Francis is always able to access the hearts of youths of the world with divine and blessed ease.

I serve a living God in a family ministry, and not his Shepherds, hence I hurriedly clutched to my faith in a living God on reading your statement that the defense of Nigerian poor by an ordained Catholic priest-Rev Mbaka- is in your words “rubbish”. Dear Cardinal your words “rubbish” used to describe a Father’s service to the poor are scary; they have affected us, but NOT our faith.

Sir with honest respect to your ministry, it is spiritually painful for me to say with agony that I do not see this consistency in your position on Rev Mbaka. You have given some people reason (I disagree with these people) to say you were moved politically by the insanely corrupt rulership of Mr. Goodluck Jonathan to say what you said about Rev Mbaka. As a Catholic this is spiritually grim for me.

Third, though we  Nigerian Catholics are temporarily outside the Christian Association of Nigeria, you will however know that Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, the president of CAN has turned CAN into an uncanny campaign organization for President Jonathan. By this act, the Nigerian state under President Jonathan is in complicit with the Christian Association of Nigeria in violating your words ‘to allow people to vote freely and fairly-sic”.

Therefore, Nigerian Christians –especially the YOUNG CHURCH have asked why you have not been critical of this subversion of our ecumenical faith by Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor in turning a Christian association of ALL Nigerian Christians to a campaign office of President Jonathan in violation of your own words “to allow people to vote freely and fairly…”(sic).

This is more serious given that President Jonathan watches over the most insane corrupt system ever in the history of our unfortunate country-Nigeria. In other words a Pastor-Mr. Ayo Oritsejafor turned a Christian Association of ALL Nigerian Christians to serve the most insane corrupt system ever in Nigeria, to serve the electoral interest of a President, Mr. Goodluck Jonathan who looked Nigerians straight in the face and said stealing of government resources and treasury is not corruption, and you, Cardinal Onaiyekan did not talk.

You may argue that the fact that we Catholics suspended our membership of the uncanny CAN under Mr. Ayo Oritsejafor is sufficient indictment and indication of our disagreement with Ayo Oritsejafor for turning CAN to a campaign office for President Jonathan, but it is sufficient to note that you kept quiet on this. This is the voice of the faithful from the Nigerian streets. It is the laity who are talking. Sir, you have the faith obligation to hearken to our voice.

Finally, I agree with you that the Catholic Church both local and Universal has a procedure. As a member of the laity, I wish to say sir, that Rev Mbaka spoke for us, he spoke for the Nigerian poor in putting the two main issues of the election on the agenda-ETHICS and SECURITY-. In doing this, he did not violate any procedure. I have gone back to check our social and moral teachings.

I wish to say that on authority of those teachings, Father Mbaka’s two-theme definition of the issues around the election is validly, soundly and legitimately and faithfully derived from the moral and social teaching of the Catholic Church. I ask every Catholic to go back to that document and check. We are called to serve the poor. And that is exactly what Rev Mbaka has done.

In closing I wish to put it on record for proper documentation. If the Nigerian Catholic Church should carry out your advice and sanction Rev Father Mbaka, we the laity, the flock , the sheep will have no option but to   move and act in peaceful and spiritual defense of Rev Mbaka.

Sir, we will follow laid down procedure (we will not go outside of it for we will remain in the Mother Church) of our Church, the Catholic Church and take this matter to the Pope-Pope Francis. Given the insane corruption under President Jonathan which has turned the Nigerian poor to manipulate-able articles and tools of evil humiliation and degradation called Stomach Infrastructure, we will document the grand theft of $20b under the watch of President Jonathan and Mrs. Diezani Alison Madueke, the petroleum minister which is a mere tip in the iceberg of a grand public larceny and pillaging of common resources that have sunk the hopes of the children of the Nigerian poor from ever rising.

We will document the open rape of the economy under the watch of President Jonathan and we will ask the Pope to exercise his anointed authority and inform us how else to serve the poor, how to turn the Church to a poor Church in service of the poor different from what Rev Mbaka has correctly done; how else do you serve the poor when the poor are pauperized, intimidated and humiliated through open pillaging of the public treasury by the Nigerian state under the watch of President Jonathan. We Nigerian Catholics, the YOUNG CHURCH will then show how Rev Mbaka has carried out this teaching in his homely.

Sir, I say   with genuine reverence and respect for your anointed authority but without reservation that this is the voice from the street reflecting grim street conditions of the Nigerian poor, this is the voice of THE YOUNG CHURCH as we say in the Catholic Church and you have the faith obligation to hearken to us as one of our leading and shining Shepherds upon whose shoulders we lean and rest.

But I know the matter needs not get to that point of going beyond Nigerian shores because we know a local re-visit of your statement is appropriate and will be sufficient, and we know that you will do this, for we know and we do not have any doubt that you are fully committed to serve the Nigerian poor properly, dutifully and faithfully as enjoined by our Pope-Pope Francis, the divinely blessed Pope of the Young Church.

Thank you Cardinal and God abundantly Bless you, your divine call and your ministry.

Adeolu Ademoyo aaa54@cornell.edu African Studies and Research Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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An open letter to the good people of oyo state

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Good day and compliment of the season to all sons and daughters of Oyo State.

Precisely on the 3rd of February this year, Oyo State clocked 38 years. In 1976, our able State was created by the then military government led by Late General Murtala Mohammed from the then old Western State which was divided into Ogun, Ondo and Oyo states respectively. In 1991,Osun state was carved out from Oyo state which as of today is having 33 local governments.

Our dear state, Oyo is noted for its prominent historical and physical landmarks in art, science and culture. Up till date, the exploits and brilliance of our warrior-forefathers in the old Oyo Empire is still being talked about. We are proud to have the first University in Nigeria (1948), the first teaching hospital in Nigeria (UCH), the first television station in Africa (NTA Ibadan), the first ever sports stadium built in Africa (Liberty Stadium-now Obafemi Awolowo stadium), the first skyscraper to have been built in Africa (Cocoa-House).  All these were efforts of the sacrificial initiative of late Obafemi Awolowo as the first Premier that spent government money to better the lives of the citizens. No generation will forget him.

My people of Oyo State, now, thirty-eight years after the creation of the State (from 3rd of February, 1976) and fifteen years of democratic government in the state (from 29th of May, 1999), we have not seen any major development in the state apart from  the continuation of roads construction and rehabilitations by subsequent governments without time-limit. It is so difficult to point to any landmark or significant infrastructure in the state in the past 38 years ago as a Pace-setter of all State (am not talking of Shoprite or eatry joints). As Pacesetters, we are meant to be setting the pace for others to follow. “Aji se bi Oyo laari, Oyo kii se bi enikookan” which when literarily translated means that Oyo will always set the pace and never copy others. The understanding of greatness to new generation leaders seem to be skewed around making their pocket “great” and not making their foot-prints known in the history of the state. They have refused to take care of the poor, the sick and the underprivileged. They are a set of leaders that take from the poor and give to the rich. That is why they cannot be remembered for good things.

Meanwhile, on a more serious note, by now the State is supposed to have embarked on free, compulsory and qualitative education for all school age children to the University level(children are still hawking during school time at Dugbe, Challenge, Iwo Road and Ojoo roads respectively). By now we are supposed to have the best designed, constructed and maintained roads network in our cities especially where people live  (the city roads with side-walks and bus-stops) and even take a bold step to construct four-lane carriageways linking and leading to IGBETI-SAKI-KISHI-SEPETERI-OKEHO-ILORA-AWE-ILERO-OYO-ISEYIN-ERUWA-LANLATE-IGBOHO-IGBOORA-OGBOMOSHO respectively. Is it a taboo to have a railway transport along with four or five lanes highway from Ibadan to Ogbomosho?. By now, all the 33 Local Governments should have gotten their befitting and well-equipped Health Centers, Sports Complexes / Mini Stadia, and Libraries (please check around if there is any public library near your house). We have not seen any International companies or new important private companies springing up apart from “owanbe” Event Centers or Shopping Plazas syndrome that litter our landscape. We have not thought of constructing the biggest hospital in Nigeria to consolidate our first teaching hospital record in Nigeria. When are we going to have a road traffic management with zero pot-holes commitments on all state roads for other State to emulate? Great development is possible with great cabinet.

Roads are being constructed and rehabilitated in the cities without making necessary provision for pedestrian side-walks, bus-stops and drainage mechanism, but flowers are given priority-we could not even see professional touches from the planting of those flowers as if there are no horticulture graduates in the State. Our new markets and the old ones like Akesan, Oja-Igbo, Akangbe, Sango (Saki), Anko, Maya, Towobowo, Bodija and Sango (Ibadan) markets should be giving a face-lift respectively with well-managed modern entrance tolls to generate revenue for the State. The government has to invest more on agriculture and wood production. Where are our streets public tap-water gone to when there is a Ministry of Water Resources with engineers?I remember my secondary schools when coming back from school to stop for a drink at nearby government tap-water. Why is it difficult to number and name our streets when there is a Ministry of Land and Housing?  Our subsequent leaders do not make provision for public toilet as basic necessity for human beings, talk-less of thinking about public parking space for vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles.

Results of NECO and WAEC have been poor in the last seven years but the state House of Assembly have not yet debated on possible teaching-learning solutions and having well-equipped libraries in all the thirty-three local governments in the state. We still see children and people begging for arms and hawking on our roads. When are we going to have a State-owned Newspaper to serve as information dissemination link between the government and citizens and even generate employment opportunities for our graduates on the streets? Are we saying our tourist centers like Bower’s Tower, Agodi Botanical garden, Iyamopo, Agbele hill in Igbeti and other undeveloped tourist sites in the State cannot generate revenue to the government if well rehabilitated and kept under good management?(the State is having more than fifty tourist cities to explore) Our Police do not have any equipment to defend themselves talk-less of defending helpless citizens if at all they still belong to federal authority or of what use is a policeman without walkie-talkie to communication in the case of an emergency?. All these dividends of democracy and good governance are possible with good leaders with definiteness of purpose and competent team with a spirit of harmony.

         Moreover, the above unfulfilled necessities among other reasons made me to stage a one-man-on-spot-peaceful-protest at Akobo General Gas Junction for the urgent dualization of Idi-Ape-Akobo Ojurin- Olorunda road on 3rd of January,2014. The protest was a success from the responses of the residents, motorists plying Akobo and the media. In addition, the State government also responded by a letter sent to me through the Oyo state Ministry of Works and they assured me that this road issue would be attended to soonest after budget presentation. The Governor even promised on BCOS television live programme to start the road dualization and rehabilitation in August but up till the time of writing this piece, nothing has been done.(just got another letter of acknowledgement to a reminder I sent to the Governor/Ministry of works). This protest explains my belief that the best ways to touch the people’s lives at the grass-root level is to make all roads available and accessible with provision of effective transportation system and infrastructure for improvement to the quality of life within the State communities regardless of size and location. A good leader must not lead by votes. Infrastructure is a fixed provision of tangible assets on which other intangibles can build on.

Meanwhile, it is no more news that all the problems are consequences of recruiting (voting) bad leaders. Late Prof. Chinua Achebe once said when referring to the major problems of the nation that “…is simply and squarely a failure of leadership…there is nothing basically wrong with the Nigeria character”. I am a Yoruba boy that knows the implication of respect so much. I am now using this forum to appeal to the kings, chiefs, elders and political elites in the state to unite and bring back the state to its known history of achievements. It is a matter of collective effort and responsibility, all sons and daughters of Oyo state (including those residing abroad) we must unite and work to raise hope in making the best of the state. Our parents sent us to school to learn. Our elders gave us scholarships so as to get good education and be well informed. Our elders should think over the present style of recruitment of staffs into sensitive political posts in the state ,the sons and daughters of known and influential people are the only ones getting appointed into these sensitive posts. This is clearly against the principle of good governance and best international standard for recruitment.

A true democratic government is the best concept for the growth of any state or nation. Democracy is the government of the people, by the people and for the people and NOT and can NEVER be a government of some people by some people and for some people. There are many and better ways to compensate political godfathers rather than to continue to toy with the lives of the citizens. An incompetent commissioner / person recruited and sacked within two or four years is a waste to the state economy and at the same time has wasted the citizen’s lives within that period when he/she had not make any policy that touch their lives. It is not only embezzlement of fund or stealing from the treasury that is called corruption but recruiting incompetent candidate to a legal sensitive post is corruption as well. The state is so blessed with both natural and human resources than to think on this kind of democratic mediocrity. Governance is a complex issue that deserves professionals and competent hands. No state can develop without having good cabinet, people of trust, integrity, experience, responsibility, empathy, patriotism and credibility. Have you seen any football team making any great impact without very good players? There is no miracle to socio-economic development except good leaders.

Finally, this is time for a New Oyo State with a clear difference and from disappointments to opportunities. This is the time to change from obscurity to reality and say goodbye to the politics of hatred and deceit. We need a team of achievers and not deceivers. We need statesmen and not dubious, do-or-die or ego oriented politicians. Enough is enough. A great state recognizes the principle that the public must be protected and served by the delivery of essential services. This is time that we need a state where our collective political support, ideas, and effective strategies will lift large numbers of Oyo state citizens out of poverty. When you are good to others, you are best to yourself.

I am now imploring the people of Oyo state to be law abiding and pay their taxes as usual. The coming general elections will give us opportunities to decide wisely to elect our new representatives. We should register so we can be able to vote. Our vote is our voice and we should vote for the best candidate en-masse even if he or she doesn’t belong to our party. The era of winning elections by achievements in the State has come to stay. Oyo State citizens deserve the best as a Pace-setting State. God bless the good people of Oyo State. God bless Nigeria

Your son,

Adewale T Akande,

An Author and Road Safety Traffic Consultant
based in Barcelona, Spain. adewale_akande@hotmail.com
Tel;0034632511469 (Spain) / 002348125896631(Nigeria)

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Letter to Sorious Samura: About your documentary on the BBC Newsnight by Anthony-Claret Onwutalobi

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Dear Sorious Samura,

I am writing in reaction to all your documentaries on Africa and recently your documentary on Illegal Immigration pt1: Destination U and  Illegal Immigration pt2: Black economy

Throughout this week Newsnight in BBC Channel, they have  been programming your documentary with the issue of illegal immigration in Britain. you have produced three  reports on the subject, involving undercover filming to test the boundaries of the British immigration system and expose a lot immigrants and  Africans to a danger of being imprisoned or seen as criminals even when most of them may be legal migrant.

I am surprise to learn that you use to be an illegal immigrant. Now you are acting as an undercover to implicate the illegal immigrants who were like you before. It is also so sad that you have been bought by the so called western media simply because of money. Just to give you an advice traitor

You have a lot to cover if you want to spend your life as a film maker. You should cover the western marginalization on Africa and African people. You should cover why UK quickly sanctioned Zimbabwe for election fraud  but not china or Russia for real human rights abuses and ethnic cleansing and invasion You should cover the hypocrisy of the UK and US in rebuilding alliance with Libya because of their Oil and  because of Russia recent threat on her energy policy. You should cover how they exploited African people and how they are currently exploiting African people both in that country you live and elsewhere. You should cover how they treat even legal immigrants that have legal papers in UK by not giving them good jobs and taking them as second citizens. You should cover their racism and how they treat Africans in that country and even how they are treated in their stupid British airways why flying with African country passports. You should cover also things happening in London streets and show those  drunken idiots on the street of London to the world. You should  try to show the world that they also have beggars, drunkards, and mad people and poor people too in their country. You should cover the double standard of UK, US when dealing with Africa

UK and BBC should stop their play holy tactics and pretense and concentrate on their countries and solve their problem and leave Africa alone

They should do documentary about their country after all, BBC is suppose to be for their community.

You are a disgrace to African race¦ we don't need traitors like you who choose to please the so called white because of money. You escaped Africa to Europe as illegal immigrant and yet have documentary on how to get those people like you. Who is fooling who? I am so sorry to have people like you on the forefront of exploitation of Africa. Have you been to Abuja to cover their great development, Have you been to other countries in Africa to see their great achievements.  We as an organization are fighting for our Future Africa and you are there collaborating with the western media to destroy it.

You have not shown yet how those countries, you are talking of in Africa should change. But you can show how bad they are

Maybe you should go and change your color to white and come out well to act like them than pretending to be of Africa and using it to exploit Africans in showing only the bad sides of them .

Are you not ashamed of yourself?

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Letter to BBC: Show the world the other side of Africa

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Letter to BBC: Show the world the other side of Africa

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Petition Letter to BBC & CNN

Ref: CGN- 2008-10-18-001

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are compelled to write and publish this complaint after seeing your consistent attempt to destroy Africa and her people via your negative and bias programming. It is so sad and heartbreaking that your news anchors  have chosen the part of damaging Africa and her people with their consistent  negative stereotype.  We rarely see your low class media presenters show the Africa that  we are familiar with.

All through your programming  about Africa, you have never seized at least one minute of your stereotypical biased programs to show the Africa that is healthy, the Africa that has good houses and infrastructure, the Africa that is striving to come out of your devilish exploitation and post-colonialism . But you can spend 30mins to report  about  UK birds  flew to Africa or even one hour to discuss a picture of a model.

Having visited some major cities in Africa like Abuja, Nigeria  Accra Ghana, and other part of Africa and getting first-hand information from our correspondents from different cities in Africa. We are  proud to learn  of some great development taking place in  this countries both in terms of their economy and infrastructure. Not  downplaying some difficulties these countries still need to work on, but as a developing country, at least we must give credit to the little they have done so far while holding their politician accountable too.

 But Surprisingly ,  your reporters and presenters  close their eyes to those achievements and pretend they never existed and instead, they have resorted to associate Africa with a continent of survivals and survivors or Africa of diseases and poverty. We must say that it is shameful and reprehensible. Your consistent attempt to mar the face of Africa and her people is outrageous and must be stopped immediately.

Your betcha journalists and your selfish politicians have continued in their devilish ambition to sell their dehumanizing propaganda to the world using your media as a tool to talk about the Africa you have always prayed to be. This is appalling.

Standing on the principle of true journalism, we know that the prime goal of journalism is not to destroy but to build, but BBC World and CNN  and their correspondents have psychologically damaged the image of Africa/Africans by your false negative reporting. It is not fair to always show Africa as a country with no hope or future. Your aged-long hypocritical and deceitful actions are disgraceful and unwelcome in this age.

We think it is time for your media to re-evaluate the goal of journalistic reporting. Isn't it time your  programming show the world the good side of Africa too. with your consistent showcase of survivors or rather devilish stereotype on an African people, don't you think is time to lift your bad spirit from that continent.  We think it is enormously vital that your media should consider how best to report your findings.

Dear BBC and CNN Directors, Has Africa felt encouraged from the western media coverage? Why don't you show the world the main street in United States or the beggars in London Street? you do not programme and broadcast  such to the world  instead you always show us your skyscrapers and sparkling metropolitan cities. All we ask for , is for you to do the same… balance  your reporting.. we are not asking you to ignore the sufferings or the corruptions of our politicians.. by all means expose them but do so without making Africa appear what you always wish your audience to believe.

As we write, we think the time is over-ripened for your reporters to re-programme their thinking, to let go of  the negative patterns that have been sabotaging others and adopt positive and nourishing realities that can transform our world.

Let's face it, AIDS or HIVs and poverty exists every where in the world including UK, USA, China, Russia  and  other European countries. So we  wonder why your media presenters always show pictures of  sick Africans or Asians whenever such topic is been discussed. Are their no sick HIV patients in your hospitals to programme? or Are your countries HIV free . Check this links  HIV and AIDS in the UK   and  HIV and AIDS in the US  Where did HIV or AIDS originated from?

Most annoying and  worst part of your low class anchorage is that, your  correspondents don't even know that Africa is a continent not a country. But if they do know, why will they always use Africa to describe issues in one country. For example, As i am writing , Bill Clinton just visited  one or two countries in  54 countries  in African continent , so if Bill Clinton or whoever visit a country for whatever reasons…why not say the name of the country than reports that Bill Clinton visited Africa.  Please Africa is a continent not a country. Again, if there is drought in Ethiopia or war in Somalia … why not call the name of the country than using Africa as a generic name for a country. Whenever you talk of HIV… Why not mention specifically the country than say Africa. You never mince words when reporting issues in Eastern Europe. like in Romania, Armenia , Greece and other poorer countries in Europe or Haiti, Venezuela , Cambodia, Jamaica in the Americas. you carefully make a distinction of the countries but not so when talking about African issues .  Why are you so bias? it is shameful and disappointing.

Candidly, Your media is losing its meaning. Nowadays, you are known for negative news. once turn on to BBC channel , all you hear is death, war, corruption, diseases, HIV, survivor only in Africa and Asia etc. people are becoming tired of negative news. we doubt if negative stories still make good news. Bad news no longer entertains readers, viewers and listeners. They are sick of it. They want something new, something different. And that is news! If really we have great passion for this noble profession we call journalism, then we should do all that is required to make it achieve its purpose, otherwise we will only be informing and entertaining and not educating at all.

When you talk about Africa, you hide the good sides of them, even their great achievement and infrastructure and show poverty, war, HIV etc.. As an  African, most of  our members are living in different part of the world, and they have witnessed that  even  in your  various countries where you show  us only your skyscrapers that, poverty, HIV, political maneuvering, bribery and corruption, slums , ghettos and all kinds of fraud do exist. So why capitalize on Africa and Asia  for your catastrophic-stories resource bank  From your various reporting,  it plays out that in your thinking that  anything good and beautiful emanates  from UK, and USA but for other part of the world, they are devoid of good things.

Do you know that negative reports break the spirit and undermine people's ability to make positive change or attract goodness into their life? Showing the positive side of Africa can manifest better dreams and results for the continent. Africans are human beings with feelings. They have been emotionally distressed by reading, hearing and viewing only the ugly side of their beloved continent. They are lamenting: "Show the world the other side of Africa". Reporting the good side of Africa is very possible and newsworthy enough to balance decades of your stereotype on Africa
.. Stop your negative press for good and for once be objective. The Africans you know during your colonial and imperial era  are changing. The oldest of independent Africa  state  is barely 50 years  to compare with your country of 200 to 500years . So help us achieve our potential as  we are trying hard to recover from your exploitations and your wicked actions. We would appreciate your response.

Anthony-Claret

Director

For and on behalf of Codewit Global Network

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