Friday, 6 January 2012

This is one of the worst governments Nigeria have had so far!

I have never seen a country like ours where government is as insentive and sadic as terrorists. How can a governement that after one good year have not even a single thing to present as its achievement go to the extent of not only robbing the citizens the right to their local products but also hire people to manifest in favour of an irrational policy? How many people have died in Nigeria in the hands of Boko Haram and other devilish agents without the governement doing anything. How many billions of Nigerians Naira have been squandered to protect the elites while the citizens are been brutalized and killed every day without any action been taken? Nigeria and more especially Jonathan led Nigeria is one of the most insensitive, visionless, aimless and unfocused governement I have ever seen.
What annoys most is that those that should do something are doing nothing. Some are even surporting such a governement that think only for its personal well being. Any government that recruits villagers to surport its nefast and dangerous policies is a shameful and illegitimate government. Jonathan Goodluck's government does that and for that is an illegitimate government and should either buy back its credibility or quit the seat.
How can this be true and he still claims to have the interest of Nigerians in his agenda: "To the surprise and chagrin of many today in Abuja, a rented pro-fuel subsidy crowd laid siege on Labour House in Abuja today to pressurize the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) to accept the removal of the subsidy.

They then promptly queued up and collected their 1000 Naira “performance” allowance per head from the Federal Government agents that recruited them in front of bemused NLC officials!
A majority of the members were illiterate local Gbagyi women and unemployed youths recruited from villages surrounding the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Their leader, one Isah Mohammed, could not offer a convincing explanation to NLC officials about their mission, and most of the people following him did not really know why they were recruited.

Jaiye Gaskia, Convener of the United Action for Democracy (UAD) said of the shameless act of the rented crowd.

“We are here and for very good reasons too, a government that claims it has our interests at heart, refused to listen to us; implements a decision that immediately made life more brutish and unbearable for us; then sets up a committee to negotiate with us after stating that the decision is irreversible; is going to all lengths to tell blatant lies to discredit and dismiss our protests - including renting a crowd of unemployed youths to lay a siege on LABOUR HOUSE today in Abuja; and then knowing that its lies and intimidation will not work.”
Source: Saharareporters
''The truth might be hard to say, painful to bear or even drastic for the truth sayer but still needed to be said''. ALISON.

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