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WE MUST DECIDE NOW OR NEVER, TO BE ONE NATION.





While I will desire to keep my focus on Imo state, the economic and almost physical strangulation of her people, the misappropriation of her resources, it will certainly  amount to selfishness , if not apathy, on my part, to ignore the prevailing political climate that has spurred untold barbarism and destruction, as a result of the latest presidential election. Barbarism that has befallen our people. Incited both directly and indirectly by individuals on their fellow Nigerians simply… Continue

Added by Paul Amadi on April 25, 2011 at 3:58am — 2 Comments

THE ABSURDITY OF ALIENATION OF FELLOW NIGERIANS.

In a remark, in response to my comment on a friend's page, one Ayi Emopkeo had this to say "we are not gaddem O". Now, any  well- traveled Nigerian understands that sarcasm." Goddamn" is a curse word often used by Americans, while the British use "bloody". These are unique to each country. I instantly realized what she was eluding to, and did take offense to it. It is one of many remarks our siblings,residing at home, have felt at ease to express, including "you folks overseas should leave…

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Added by Paul Amadi on April 2, 2011 at 2:15am — No Comments

A CHRONOLOGY OF NIGERIA'S PROBLEMS.

1.Weak federal, state and local governments.2. Inconsistent national policies 3.Unchecked corruption at all

levels.4.Corrupt, weak and inneficient law enforcement agencies 5. Rampant fraud 6. Crime wave 7. Mass

unemployment 8.Unsafe roads. 9. Unchecked speeding,leading to unnecessary deaths. 10.Lack of quality

healthcare from adult to. prenatal. 11. High death rate of women during child birth. 12. Lack of meaningful

statical data. 13. Lack of research on prevailing… Continue

Added by Paul Amadi on January 12, 2011 at 7:03am — No Comments

MY SECRET DREAM

One night as I slept, I had a dream. Nigeria's exported goods had

exceeded $500 billion in one year. Niger oil, for cars, was being sold

globally and rated one of the best. Industries across the nation were

seeking skilled workers from all over the world. Companies couldn't find

enough employees. Nigerians were returning home from the West in

multitude. The lifespan of the average Nigerian was 80 yrs. Foreign

nationals were coming to Nigeria for the best medical… Continue

Added by Paul Amadi on January 4, 2011 at 9:08pm — No Comments

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