Words on the marble
“My greatest pain about politics in Nigeria is in seeing supposed leaders playing games with the truth over the people’s lives to the extent of building star projects they know are without foundations and as such could cause fatalities on our humanity when they crash, just to inordinately advance causes for themselves and their own political futures without regards to the consequences arising from their tragic failure to serve, represent and lead on the same people they have conditioned to follow them like robots using divisive false partisan political slogans and rhetoric that are anchored on deceit, mischief, misery and poverty.
Otherwise, why should an unemployed youth be willing to die for the man or woman whose bad leadership contributed to making him/her unemployed, unemployable, poor, miserable and vulnerable?
For the above reason, I therefore recommend that the Nigerian people, especially the country’s massive youth population should Google or search for the meaning of this clause “STOCKHOLM SYNDROME” if they can summon the stamina to do so, hoping that, that would inspired them to start questioning themselves with history and future in mind, looking at the sorry state of Nigeria now in comparison to their own current state of consciousness and what could become of Nigeria if they don’t react and make the necessary adjustments that may be required as a therapy based on their findings from the self-administered diagnostic test for the syndrome”.
“I am very much annoyed over the collapse of a new market under construction. I am aware that many Agbor dignitaries visited the market before it collapsed and they all commended the council Chairman for his good job. Thank God that the gods of Agbor Kingdom have given their judgment at the right time. Let’s continue to learn our lessons, please.
—Vincent Arimokwu, President, Ika Landlords/ Landladies Association speaking on the collapse of Edike Street Neighborhood Market, Agbor during a heavy down pour on Tuesday.
“The happiest people don’t have the best of everything; they just make the best of everything”
“All the exotic homes I built in Ibusa, Eleme and Lagos with about 30 rooms at the time of ignorance are dilapitating today,
Over 40 other commercial buildings are unkempt or uncompleted.
The son I was busy acquiring all that for, am not interested and have started building his own empire.
So am I the one that will start renovating and completing all that projects at over 60 years?
How many more years does u have to live, maybe 25 to 30 at the most, depending on God’s wish, it could be less or more.
So we must begin to realize the emptiness and folly of our ephemeral struggles, unhealthy competition and primitive accumulation of wealth.
We must begin to change our psychology and perception of living.”
—-Chief Fred Ajudua
“Anyone who comes to me again with intent to negotiate with me on how to drop my Biafra agitation, if the person goes back safely, Biafrans should stone me alive. That day, I must commit murder.”
~ Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
“Many of my friends and associates are planning to celebrate me tomorrow. I understand that many of them are planning to take out congratulatory adverts in the media, to celebrate me on my birthday. While I appreciate the thoughts, I would rather advise that they used this opportunity to remember those who are in dire straits”.
–Dr Cairo Ojougboh, acting Executive Director, Project, Niger Delta Development Commission.
“The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which you will always find forgiveness. She had a kindly word for each and she died beloved by all. She lives with us in memory and will for evermore. May God grant my dear mother, MADAM BINI CATHERINE IRABOR, who died 11 year today, eternal rest, AMEN.”
“APC Delta is surviving through “Kalokalo” arrangements wherein her leaders engage in midnight double dealings to perfect personal political interests at the detriment of the majority of the politically and spiritually blind folded supporters and party faithful”.
–Fred Latimoore Eacgovdelta Oghenesivbe