Bomb blast at Vanguard's Post Anmestry Dialogue

Bomb blast at Vanguard's Post Anmestry Dialogue
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Comment by karimot amoke on April 19, 2011 at 9:16pm
Bomb blasting can never sorve the mater,pleace and plc tink ahead and do the rigth
Comment by John Faloye on March 23, 2010 at 4:28am
Ekereke, releasing grenade to kill the corrupt politicians would definitely not be the answer to our problem as innocent souls may suffer because bomb or grenade would not identify corrupt persons when it explodes. Let us all join hands together and rebuke this act. I believe a day is coming when God will intervene in Nigeria situation.
Comment by silas ekereke on March 22, 2010 at 6:40pm
Iam very greatfull for the bomb because our big stomach leaders were seen running for their dear live that day some with clothes that can be sow for twenty people, i prefer the niger delta youths not to be scare but to continue their good work by releasing the highest grinate especially, when the big stomach ogars will gather o share the niger-delta monies.
Comment by Shamsdeen Olushegun Lawal on March 21, 2010 at 4:49am
No fair minded Nigerian will ever compare the groundnut from the Northern part of the country nor the cocoa from the West, that were once the main source of national income, to the oil being explored in NIGER DELTA. In fact, no bases of comparison. Whereas groundnut and cocoa were planted, rather, were owned by individuals or groups on their lands, is that what obtains in Niger Delta now? The coal from the East have little similarity with that of Niger Delta, in the case of coal, not every thing was lost to the mining activities then (at least not immediate). In Niger Delta, every thing (all means of lively hood) are lost to oil. One cannot farm nor fish because oil has deaden all these activities.
Yes, Government has been insensitive to the plight to these people, never the less, violence has never solved it. Now that attention has been turned towards correcting these OVER SIGHT, a little more patience is required not terrorism.
Comment by Canigwe on March 18, 2010 at 6:37pm
I hear you my brother, Ekereke...Nigerian government are not making good use of their military, when it comes to a state of emergency. Nigeria can single handle a peace keeping in other sub African nations in times of war or crisis, but feel reluctant to deploy enough properly armed personels to combat crime in their own nation. there is no doubt if Nigeria have more than enough arms and military to fight all these wickedness from armed robers, kidnapers and the so called militant group, this should be the countries major concerns for now, because sooner or later that country called Nigeria will be a no go area...so far our international status is in shadow. My fellow country men, the next time you cast your vote, go for the one who has a history of good leadership and not the one from my tribe or yours...we have good leaders in Nigeria but they never get a chance.
Comment by silas ekereke on March 18, 2010 at 5:54pm
i want to say that nigeria govt is not doing well by allowing killing to take place.
Comment by Mohammed Sabo on March 17, 2010 at 11:40pm
What u cannot get through peace I don't think u will get that thing through violence. stop this militancy find something doing so that you can help by building your state. why Nigeria? are we the only oil producing country why the other countries we don't hear them destroying their pipe lines, bombing, killing, clashing with security agencies. you are not helping your area rather than killing it more & more. Any dam soul you killed you will answer for it in the day of judgment.
Comment by Canigwe on March 17, 2010 at 8:58pm
Permit me to use this forum to address the issue on Niger Delta. Firstly, Kano state (the great groundnut piramid) was once the main source of national income as well, they may have claimed that half the total income goes to the families dwelling in Kano. Secondly, Enugu state (coal city) emerged the next source of our major national income, Lives were lost during the coal era, homes and farms were destroyed without any form of compasation, holes were dug underneat the entire state that left them in perpetual jeopardy of earthquake-yet they live in mutaul respect to the constitution. I realy condem the foolish act of terorism on inocent citizens from any group.
Comment by anthony akinloye cletus on March 17, 2010 at 3:33pm
The act of the bomb blast is for the bastard niger deltans who does not want Jonathan to succeed shame onto the fools! God has place Gudluck there nobody can remove him instead of the foolish bastard to support their own they are causing setback for themselves thinking they are killing nigeria!
Comment by Aliyu A Mohammed on March 17, 2010 at 11:52am
What d so call militant re doin is to their own failure not anybody,s cos there,s no meaningful development with chaos, as far as average nigerian is concern is they think they re fighting for their right,but hw can you achieve something without giving peace a chance? d present govt of dr jonatan is still an infant in policy system , so they should give him a little tyme to settle,if he did not do wat they want then they can do wat they feel is approriate.but violence is never a solution to developmental progress anywhere in the world.

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