Is it not a shame that barely a few months after many innocent souls were lost, another crisis erupted in Jos?. Is Jos cursed?. Even if there had been deliberate negativepolitical claculation to permanently cause trouble in Jos that is endowed with beautiful landscape that makes it a haven for people to live, why can't people think and behave like normal human beings in this twentyfirst century? Shouldn't we think of looking for extraordinary solutions to the perennial crisis in Jos?

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The federal government of Nigeria has undertaken several covert population control measures which go unappreciated by all but the most discerning minds in the polity.The most recent effort in Jos which took out another five hundred people brings the total to about 5,000 since 2001 in Jos alone.
This number far out weighs the efforts of the combined forces of nature else where in the world; the incessant earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and Turkey, the tornadoes and floods, etc across the world.
An close look at other such efforts across the northern parts of the country in Bauchi, Kano etc, will give one an idea of how our government has been immensely tasked by the need to keep our population under control.
Just three weeks ago, about 86 people were taken out by PHCN high tension cables in port harcourt, this is not to undermine the action of robberies, accidental discharges, assassinations and kidnappings gone wrong.
Do not let the governments' modesty with figures(numbers) fool you, if you have been keeping count, you will better appreciate the effort that goes into killing the enormous number of unwanted citizens by the Nigerian government.
Yeah Wokocha, thanks for your contributions to discussions on the Jos crisis. I quite appreciate your liking an aspect of the lackadaisical attitude of government to issues of national interest to population control measures. What this means is that government is deliberately eliminating innocent souls to control population. I would have had no problem with this if their immediate kiths and kins are the ones being eliminated. What about those who are not dead but have been rendered walking corpses or living ghosts by the inhuman policies and programmes of the present and past governments? Are we going to continue to fold our arms while the future of the country and Nigerians continue to be mortgaged? Think of any aspect of the country's socio-economic and political situation, the country is grinding to zero. Need we not act? These people are already preparing alternative abodes for themeselves in other countries should the zero hour come in Nigeria. Must we allow them to dismantle all the national structures and leave us to face the music?

wokocha onyemezie said:
The federal government of Nigeria has undertaken several covert population control measures which go unappreciated by all but the most discerning minds in the polity.The most recent effort in Jos which took out another five hundred people brings the total to about 5,000 since 2001 in Jos alone.
This number far out weighs the efforts of the combined forces of nature else where in the world; the incessant earthquakes in Haiti, Chile and Turkey, the tornadoes and floods, etc across the world.
An close look at other such efforts across the northern parts of the country in Bauchi, Kano etc, will give one an idea of how our government has been immensely tasked by the need to keep our population under control.
Just three weeks ago, about 86 people were taken out by PHCN high tension cables in port harcourt, this is not to undermine the action of robberies, accidental discharges, assassinations and kidnappings gone wrong.
Do not let the governments' modesty with figures(numbers) fool you, if you have been keeping count, you will better appreciate the effort that goes into killing the enormous number of unwanted citizens by the Nigerian government.
Nice Post......

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