U.S. calls for better leadership in Nigeria....but, i ask folks, why US Govt so interest and supporting IIB?

 

 

     NIGERIA A NATION OF SHADOW OF FEAR AND A EDGE OF DARKNESS NATION AMONG WORLD.

 I QUOTE...... " STAND UP TO FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS NOW ...AND DON'T GIVE UP YOUR RIGHTS TO THE CABAL AND LUNATIC ELITE POLTICIANS"...." BREAK UP NOW IN ORDER TO HAVE A PEACE"

 

Dear Folks,

Please could anyone in this Vanguard community international forum tell me the US interest in Nigeria after ignoring our present in World epidemic and UN programme and contribution Global

and what is  US puppet president Barack Husein Obama who cannot boldly or authoritatively controll and  caution CHINA and Russia . But have interest and support of Ex- terrorist military junta dicator head of state of federal repbulic of Nigeria Rt. Gen.Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) to contest in Nigeria next presidential election?

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U.S. calls for better leadership in NigeriaFrom Damilola Oyedele in Abuja, 03.12.2010

Friday, March 12, 2010

The United States of America has emphasised the need for improved leadership in Nigerian  with serious commitment to address the economic challenges and ethnic tensions which have continually sparked off crises in Jos, Plateau State.






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It also reiterated its sadness over last Sunday’s carnage which took place in Jos while renewing a call to  the Nigerian government to ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice.

It also clarified that US Secretary of State; Hillary Clinton did not refer to members of any faith as the perpetrators of the violence which claimed over 350 lives, mostly women and children.

A statement made available to THISDAY by the US Embassy in Abuja said the US Ambassador to Nigeria, Ms. Robin Renee Sanders welcomes the call by the National Assembly to look into the issue.

Sanders, in the statement, said her country was ready to work with Nigeria’s institutions to provide humanitarian aid for the victims of the crises.

“We welcome the announcement by the National Assembly and its calls to look into the issues and note the efforts by the police to bring to justice, in a transparent and rule of law manner, the perpetrators of the violence.  We also plan to work with Nigerian Government institutions, and NGO entities to help respond to the humanitarian needs along with other donor partners.”

Sanders referred to US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton’s statement of March 8, 2010 where she had urged the  Federal Government to seek constructive means to end the cycle of violence in the state. She however emphasized that Clinton did not make any reference to any religion in her remarks adding that she has been wrongly quoted as saying “bring the killers of Christians to Justice.”

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Waooo !!!!!!...bravo!!!!...' Wonder shall never end'...
I am so much please to read this vital truth statement that Libayan leader Muammar Gaddafi has said in below article via BBC NEWS REPORTS! Well, folks, in addition, i just wanna tell you all that have been campainging for this Nigeria Break Up in all my ...postage articles in past and present. I konow that one good day the truth shall prevail and the living infinity Lord God of host and maker of heaven and earth will judge those barbastic barbarians xandman poltilicians who destorying Nigeria. Please forward far and wide. Thanks! God bless patriotic Nigerians...Amen
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/8570350.stm
Divide Nigeria in two, says Muammar Gaddafi

Muammar Gaddafi blamed the British for Nigeria's problems
Nigeria should be divided into two nations to avoid further bloodshed between Muslims and Christians, Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has said.
In a speech to students, he praised the example of India and Pakistan, where he said partition saved many lives.
Splitting Nigeria "would stop the bloodshed and burning of places of worship," state news agency Jana quoted him as saying.
A senior Nigerian diplomat said he was not taking the suggestion seriously.
Hundreds of people have died in communal violence in villages around the central Nigerian city of Jos this year.
The BBC's Rana Jawad in Tripoli says Col Gaddafi's suggestion is unsurprising given his past form.
Last year, he called for Switzerland to be abolished and for its land to be divided between Italy, Germany and France.
'Historic, radical solution'
Although the violence in Nigeria generally takes place between Muslim and Christian communities, the underlying causes are a complex mix of political, social and economic grievances.
Nigeria is roughly split between its largely Muslim north, and a Christian-dominated south.
Col Gaddafi, until recently head of the African Union, characterised the Jos violence as a "deep conflict of religious nature" caused by the federal state, "which was made and imposed by the British in spite of the people's resistance to it".
He described the partition of India as a "historic, radical solution" which saved the lives of "millions of Hindus and Muslims".
Splitting India in 1947 caused a breakdown of law and order in which at least 200,000 people died. Some estimates say one million people were killed.
About 12 million people were left homeless and thousands were raped.
An attempt by the Igbo people of south-eastern Nigeria to secede in 1967 sparked a war which left more than one million people dead.
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