Prior to 2011, there was some level of budget breakdown for the monies allocated to the NASS. We could tell what went to the Senate, House of Representatives, NASS Service Commission, etc. For the past 4 years however, no one has been able to breakdown this budget of N150 Billion despite the various demands by pressmen relying on the Freedom of Information Act.
Really, you didn't have much of a choice because the handwriting was clear that Nigerians needed a change. Not because you didn't do well, but because the propaganda against you was seethed in the red hot belly of strong alliance that formed from the moment the unexpected knocked on your doors. Despite the failures of… Continue reading A TRIBUTE TO MY OUTGOING PRESIDENT: YOU SIR, HAVE MY RESPECT.
The 1km road from the airport terminates at the 'Welcome to Calabar' roundabout, a massive landmark which unites three major expressways leading to the major districts in the city of Calabar. Beautifully constructed and well maintained, I usually take a deep breath when I get to negotiate around it to remind myself why I love this town.
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Yes we are confronted with the danger of a single story, but let’s not forget that we aren’t the ones telling the story. Someone else is doing so. Therefore we have no justification to question that story when we haven’t told anything different. You see the world responds to those who can tell stories, and emotional ones for that matter.
I keep asking myself if a nation that cannot police its few roads can claim to have the capacity to deal with higher security concerns such as terrorism.