Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin
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Ban of Islamic veil in France

Started this discussion. Last reply by Okolobah Efe Michael Apr 28, 2011. 4 Replies

France's Islamic veil ban spurs passionate reaction worldwide. what is your view, is it right or wrong for France to ban burqa and nijab?Continue

Why contesting a failed election?

Started Apr 25, 2011 0 Replies

General Buhari claims that he lost the elections because it was rigged against him. His running mate, Tunde Bakare swore in his church today during his sermon that his party will reveal all…Continue

We must make a change..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Charles Ugochukwu Okere Mar 22, 2011. 3 Replies

Lets pause for a while, take out all sentiments, apply wisdom based on reality on the ground in Nigeria and ask ourselves few questions,.- why is Nigeria, a country blessed with resounding human and…Continue

Poor Nigerians..

Started this discussion. Last reply by Okolobah Efe Michael Dec 28, 2010. 1 Reply

Oh! poor people of Nigeria, when will you realize that the elites are using ethnicity, culture and religion divides to sow a seed of discord, sothat you will continually kill each other, and give no…Continue

 

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Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin commented on Nwokedi Nworisara's blog post Nigerian Youths Reject Rotational Presidency
"I weep for the liberty of my country when I see at this early day of its experiment that corruption has been imputed to many members of the House of Representatives, Senate, the Presidency and the rights of the people have been bartered for promises…"
Apr 30, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to ABC4ALL mentor Rommy Wuhe's discussion Wake up Nigerians
"You have spoken or rather lamented passionately. In Nigeria, we have a government for protecting businesses and interests of those in power only, and is nothing but just a carcass. Soon and very soon, it will fall by its own corruptions and decay.…"
Apr 30, 2011
Okolobah Efe Michael replied to Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin's discussion Ban of Islamic veil in France
"If you are in Rome behave like a Romans and if you are in France behave like the French. For France to come out and bad use of vein then they must have good cogent reason. Let the muslims in France respect the laws of the land."
Apr 28, 2011
Charles Ugochukwu Okere replied to Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin's discussion Ban of Islamic veil in France
"The law should not be bent for any reason.  If the French Law does not support the use of veil by Moslem women, so be it. "
Apr 28, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Farouk Isah's discussion Election results
"Nigeria is the con capital of the world. And the Nigerian politicians will be and have always conned the rest of the Nigerians. I wish Mr. Goodluck a successful tenure in office. Yes these violence in the northern part of the country have always…"
Apr 25, 2011
chris Ndu replied to Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin's discussion Ban of Islamic veil in France
"I have no problem with the ban on face covering,We have seen the threat most Countries face from Muslim extremists,When you walk past any one with face covering,you don't know who or what they are.any wanted criminal or terrorist could escape…"
Apr 25, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin's discussion Ban of Islamic veil in France
"To me, the laws of any country decide what is acceptable to them or not, not the whims and desires of a foreign visitor. French law is French law. It is their country. Don't like it, go and live elsewhere. If I go to the Middle East, pending…"
Apr 25, 2011
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Apr 25, 2011
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Apr 25, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to OGIEMUDIA TRACY's discussion POSPONEMENT
"Prof Jega and his Oliver Twist kind of INEC has lost all its organizational compass. To expect something credible from this election is equal to building a castle in the air. Its unthinkable that all the noise and compliments that was heaped on…"
Apr 8, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Charles Ugochukwu Okere's discussion WHAT WILL YOU DO?
"a nagging wife is a nightmare. if you find yourself living with one,. its better to think twice. The worst is that nagging wives are very hard to please."
Apr 8, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Mavos's discussion MY REASON OF SUPPORTING JONATHAN
"REVOLUTION is the answer,. there must be a rebirth in our democracy for genuine change to occur. Jonathan or No Jonathan, it is still the old political cronies incharge."
Mar 27, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Agbo Ann's discussion THE JINX OF OLD POLITICIANS IN NIGERIA
"Vote for who? do you think your vote will count? with an Oliver Twist kind of INEC that gets all it wants,. do you hope to see credibility in this election? The answer is NO. For youths to have their future in their hands and practise their…"
Mar 24, 2011
Charles Ugochukwu Okere replied to Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin's discussion We must make a change..
"We desire change.  Let us make through our votes.  But be reminded that none of the presidential aspirants is a messiah.  We can only the get the best devil out of the lot."
Mar 22, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin commented on ANYABUIKE KENNEDY's blog post ENOUGH OF THIS MADNESS, ARISE, NIGERIAN YOUTHS!!!!!!!!
"Like you know my mind, you have spoken absolutely nothing but the truth. The hoi polloi suffer in penury while the elected politicians suck the honey of this blessed country. Nothing is as shameful as this,.in this country can you see children dying…"
Mar 22, 2011
Oguejiofor, Chinedu Benjamin replied to Mavos's discussion MY REASON OF SUPPORTING JONATHAN
"If i have reasons to vote, i will definitely vote Jonathan because he is the only or the first Nigerian President with a university degree. I am not voting with the hopes that he will call for a confederation or whatever have you. But my interest in…"
Mar 21, 2011

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An Economy in Perdition.,

Posted on March 1, 2011 at 3:06pm 0 Comments

The Presidential Advisory Council (PAC) has raised alarm over widespread and substantial increase in the level of corruption in all sectors of government, resulting in extensive haemorrhage and wasteful…

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Gadhafi - Libya's flamboyant, mecurial ruler.

Posted on February 23, 2011 at 8:58pm 0 Comments

Once called the "mad dog of the Middle East," Libya's often

flamboyantly dressed ruler, Moammar Gadhafi, has ruled the north African

nation for 42 years.

But Libya's 679,362 square miles and 6.4 million people have rarely seemed enough for Gadhafi, who in 2008 gathered a group of African tribal leaders and had them grant him the

lofty title, "King of Kings."

It was part of his campaign for a unified Africa -- a single federation with a million-man army at its…

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If Jonathan were Igbo

Posted on February 23, 2011 at 5:53pm 0 Comments

For more than four decades, the Nigerian oligarchy and its subjects

have been strutting on, as if the Igbo nation does not exist. Of

course, we do not need the powers of a clairvoyant to let us know

that Ndigbo are a conquered people. This is not the issue at hand.

What I am talking about here presents a pungent and poignant question

which borders on fair play, equity, justice and political correctness

or lack of it in the Nigerian context.



For good or… Continue

Nigeria on the Brink. What happens if the 2011 Election fails?

Posted on December 19, 2010 at 6:13pm 0 Comments

The 2011 elections in Nigeria, pose a threat to the stability of the United States’ most important partner in West Africa. The end of a power-sharing arrangement between the Muslim North and the Christian South, as now seems likely, could lead to postelection sectarian violence, paralysis of the executive branch, and even a coup. The Obama administration has little leverage over the conduct and outcome of the elections -- and if the vote does lead to chaos, Washington may no longer be able…

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