Monthly Archives: March 2011

I Agree That Only Fools and Idiots Will Vote for PDP

Adeola Aderounmu

For the past 12 years, this party called PDP has ruined Nigeria.

Lately, Jonathan has emptied the national treasury and external reserves by making himself comfortable on a number of presidential jets and funding the most wasteful presidential campaign in the history of Nigeria.

Let us not forget that it is these same prodigal children who spent 20 billion naira in one day celebrating 50 years of monumental failures.

Jonathan, Sambo and their wives have just concluded the most wasteful campaign in the history of African dirty politics.

They spent as they like because they didn’t have to work for the money and they lack human compassion and sensitivity to the plights of the common people. More than 90m Nigerians are living hopelessly, almost not having anything from hand to mouth.

The money spent by this gang so far this season could have been used to provide jobs for more than more than 1 million Nigerians who remain jobless, hopeless and shamefully pauperized. There is no way to put value and effects on the amount of monies that have been stolen, looted and wasted since 1999.

Some Nigerians have been deceived into this company of looters. It saddens me to see Nigerian women across Nigeria rallying around Mrs. Jonathan for temporary moments of ecstasy. It is the same for Mr. Jonathan. These people use Nigeria’s money to deceive gullible and thoughtless Nigerians into believing in falsehood. Millions of Nigerians have short memories and myopic opinions about politics. And they have no one to tell them about their shame. They lack both sense of history and direction.

Those who rally round PDP are obviously beneficiaries of the senseless government and senseless looting that have been in progress since 1999 and before.

This does not mean that I have an endorsement for any political party in Nigeria either.

I hate Nigerian politics and Nigerian politicians. I think 99.9% of the politicians should be rotting in jail across Nigeria-starting from the presidency to the local government levels. The PDP is just the worse because for 12-13 years all they have done after rigging their way into power since 1999 is talk and promise. Nigerians still rank among the poorest people on earth. The other parties have not even told us how they can bring about reforms in Nigeria both in the electoral process and how we govern ourselves.

I can’t quantify my dislike for the thieves in the house of assembly and House of Representatives. How many times do we have to remind those robbers that taking 25% of Nigeria’s money amount to massive looting of the highest order?

In a country of 150m people those crooks do not even deserve 1% of the country’s wealth. It’s simple mathematics! If they have something in their cerebral hemispheres they would realize that they are stupid!

I am shocked that Nigerians have not stormed that useless assembly to chase these thieves away to their villages or direct to exile. I am shocked that several weeks and months after the revelation, they have not refunded the money that they have stolen since 1999 or 2003 or 2007.

And it is so because there is a Nigerian mentality that everyone in politics must steal or eat something. What a tragedy!

This country may never make it.

Only fools and idiots will vote for PDP. I have no confidence in these April Elections. I am too convinced that the death tolls from Ibadan and Akwa Ibom are child’s play based on my previous predictions that people will die like chickens. I will not forget that I have stated that Nigerians don’t need these elections. We have no structures and there are no institutions to back up the process leading to the nonsense elections.

It doesn’t take witchcraft to know that Nigeria remains volatile because of the system of governance. More people will die leading to the election and the violence that may accompany the actual elections may be unprecedented in Nigeria’s history. The foundations are very shaky. We continue to use cosmetic approaches to push the bubble forward. One day it will burst, in an uncontrollable manner.

Already the useless IG has said that Nigerians are not allowed to attend polls with mobile and communication devices.

This means that Jonathan does not want the rigging process to be documentd. He does not want the violence to be spread with mobile devices around the world. Go figure my friends; this government is the worst dictatorship in Nigeria’s history.

Vital information and truth about the reality of life and situation in Nigeria are not even known to millions of Nigerians largely because they are living in constant darkness and partly because media houses are very unreliable. Now Jonathan is preventing the use of media devices. Rather than show Nigeria the truth, the ever-stupid NTA has decided that all its news content will be dedicated to Jonathan. NTA remains without doubts the most useless channel not only in Africa but globally.

Let me continue to express my unlimited and unhindered freedom of expressions that I hate all those PDP supporters that have lost their senses of reasoning because of the financial reward that the PDP is doling out for the disgusting things that they have been saying.

I want to state also that I hate all the idiots that have travelled from Europe and America to make 30 seconds appearances on Jonathan Television Authority (JTA) showing their disgusting and shameful support for a political party that has spread hopelessness, poverty and penury in the last 12 years or so.

Nigerians in diaspora who have travelled to Nigeria to support poverty, penury, looting and senselessness in government are morons who should be avoided. And they should be ashamed of their 30s of glory on JTA.

My source of anger is simple. This country is rich. The people are scandalously poor. I continue to remind those who think otherwise that if more than 90m people are hopeless it is the greatest tragedy of modern era. Those in power are senseless and insensitive. Majority of the people are opportunists and it pains me to be a part of this race and generation that cannot do things right in the most populous black nation. I am angry because my heart is bleeding every single day of my life. My anger is because the situation in Nigeria is an insult to the intelligence of the black race.

Since I cannot stop my fellow follow-follow Nigerians from voting, what I have left to say is that whatever happens, they must ensure that PDP, and all these looters on rampage regardless of their affiliation, are ejected out of the system without delay. One of my friends has stated that the umblela of shame will be removed soon.

If it happens or not, the cost will still be high. Go figure what cost!

The Collective Mumuism of West African/ ECOWAS Rulers

Adeola Aderounmu

ECOWAS rulers concluded their meeting in Abuja and through Mr. Goodluck Jonathan they ordered Laurent Gbagbo of Ivory Coast to concede power to Quattara.

My problem with this proclamation is that it was made by a man who was never elected to rule or lead his own country.
Ninety-nine percent of the time when I listen to African rulers, they leave me in shock. I’m like, are these guys sick or crazy or just totally foolish?

In 2007, Dictator General Obasanjo and Liar Maurice Iwu rigged Nigeria’s election while a convicted criminal named James Ibori provided the millions of dollars that was used to bribe the Nigerian judges to tilt the electoral dispute in favour of Late Yar’Adua.

It is this illegal mandate that Mr. Jonathan inherited.

My questions are:

How stupid are West African rulers?

Is Nigeria so strong and powerful that illegality in Nigeria can be overlooked by other West African/ African countries?
Are the other West African rulers also illegal rulers? Ghana nko?

If not, why do they think Jonathan who inherited a stolen mandate is the right person to lead ECOWAS now and in the years ahead?

How does it feel for Jonathan, knowing fully well that he became a ruler through the back door, to announce that Gbagbo should take his exit in Ivory Coast?

West African rulers and indeed African rulers must stop playing the clowns of the world. They should look at one another in the eyes and see how they spread shame and stupidity across the continent and around the world.

Elections are ahead in Nigeria, in April 2011. Mr. Jonathan will get a chance to ascend to the number position in Nigeria through elections.

Some of us will be watching again to see how the events play out. Since 1999 Nigeria has been ruled by civilians who rigged elections and perpetrated violence to intimidate the opposition.

Today as I write people have been killed and lives and property have been destroyed in Oyo State and Akwa Ibom in Nigeria. In a number of places in Nigeria there are volatile situations that could easily trigger violence and massive destructions.

The situation is not different in many places in West Africa. These abnormalities and the selfish attitudes of political figures in this sub region are parts of the reasons for the stalemate in Ivory Coast. The matter is made worse by the interference of the so called useless International community.

Without dragging into unnecessary issues, I think ECOWAS members who met in Abuja should be ashamed of their collective mumuism and shallow mindedness.

It will be hard to know why an illegal occupier like Jonathan is being asked to serve a quit notice to a contender like Gbagbo.

I need help to get over the shock of the low mentalities of these regional robots.

Mr. Jonathan, It’s Not Mudslinging, It’s the Truth. All of you have stolen!

Adeola Aderounmu

One of the things no one can take away from politicians is their abilities to expose one another. In Nigeria over the past 50 years politicians and military rulers alike have constantly exposed one another just to win the sympathy or support of the people.

The Public Media Outfit of Mr. Jonathan issued a statement which was aired on NTA News on 21st March 2011. The statement cautioned Yinka Odumakin the spokesperson for Gen. Buhari.

But it is one unplanned misfire from one of the paid basket mouths in the PDP camp that sparked off this chain of incidents. Nigerians should enjoy it the way they enjoyed the Obasanjo-Atiku saga and the Atiku-Jonathan saga.
But what we must do is to bring all these looters and liars to judgment at the slightest opportunity. No one of these men should escape the wrath to come.

This is my take on all these accusations and counter accusations.

General Buhari and Atiku Abubakar knew about the several suitcases that were smuggled or brought into Nigeria without proper checks when Buhari was the dictator. Buhari cannot continue to tell Nigerians that the suitcases were personal properties of a few people and that we should go and ask Atiku why they were not checked. Buhari took charge of other things in Nigeria that year, why not the suitcases. And I am not absolving Atiku in anyway; these men are heavily corrupt and hardcore liars.

The details of Buhari drug war on the innocent while sparing the corrupt military has been alleged as one of the nemesis that caught up with him.

If I take Buhari up on the debate issues, he is not close to the president Nigeria needs at this moment. Buhari still believes that Nigerian should dig deep wells to avoid water borne diseases. This man is fastened to the 10th century and I wonder what he wants at the presidency.

Buhari wants Nigerians to bring expatriates from abroad to solve Nigeria’s health problem when Nigerian are solving medical problems around the world. How enlightened and knowledgeable is Buhari?

The best thing from Buhari in the debate was highlighting the source of the militancy in the Niger Delta. But he could have done better anyway to confirm what I have always written that it was Obasanjo and Odili who bought the weapons that started the militancy. They armed these guys for the do or die elections.

The people who live in the Niger Delta told the story just like my mother told me the story of how the civil war led to increase in armed robbery in Nigeria because after the war ended guns remained in the hands of the people. The similarities are too striking.

The greatest liar of them is Nuhu Rubadu. Ribadu told Nigerians many things when he was Obasanjo’s boy-boy. Now that he is lining up with the same people that he prosecuted, the story lines have changed. In Ribadu myopic and extremely selfish and wicked world-Nigerians are no longer corrupt. It is the system that is corrupt. So the system is now being operated by robots in Nigeria?

The most difficult thing to sustain and defend is a lie. This is why Ribadu continues to speak from all sides of his mouth depending on where he is and who he is addressing.

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan are now relying on the statement that Ribadu made recently that he never accused Patience Jonathan (if you are looking for dame, you are reading the wrong blog) of fraud or stealing.

What about the governor that took over from Jonathan? His opening speech as a governor was used by Atiku to target Jonathan and this was shown every night on NTA News as Atiku battles Jonathan for the PDP ticket. The guy said Jonathan left an empty treasury in Bayelsa and it has not been disputed by anyone. Or was the guy preparing the stage for the looting to continue?

Ribadu is probably the greatest liar alive in Nigeria today. Men and women who have no shame exhibit this type of character. Being a liar is not different from being a thief. They are both vices that have contributed to the looting and destruction of Nigeria.

In any case who needs a Ribadu to confirm that Mrs. Jonathan was twice alleged to have been involved in money laundering? The case had already gone International and not in the hands of Ribadu. Ribadu is not EFCC. Does Mr. Jonathan need further clarification for that?

The intelligence question and reasoning is a big question mark in the Nigerian political scene and I cannot explain enough how these men drag themselves around like clowns. They are absolutely despicable.

DIGRESSION

I blame the people of Nigeria. I continue to blame myself too.

We are a people looking for opportunities to grab here and there and so we allow nonsense and stupidity to pass for normalcy.

I can’t count how many times I have wept for Nigeria. I’ve mentioned this before and I mean real tears. It happened today.

It hurts to see a people acting so foolish and helpless. The typical Nigerian attitude is inexplicable.

Thousands of organizations have sprung up in Nigeria and abroad in the name of support for the ruling party.
PDP, if they ever return or maintain power will plunge more Nigerians below the poverty line. A government to be headed by Jonathan will continue to steal like they have done for the past 12 years.

They have looted uncontrollably since 1999.They shared 50 millions dollars that was meant for power supply, just like that.

They spent 20 billion naira in one day in the name of a stupid 50th anniversary of failure. What a tragedy!

It’s easy to cry when these types of party and the people in it are still receiving support because of the opportunistic nature of Nigerians. I make bold to say that all forms of support to this party especially from Nigerians in diaspora is TOTAL FRAUD. Nigerians abroad who support PDP are wicked callous, senseless, and useless. Do they have an idea of how this party has destroyed Nigeria since 1999?

PDP will become a permanent evil of axis if they succeed in convincing Nigerians for votes or if they rigged by the power of the incumbency.

I have never said that getting PDP out of the way will solve our problems like the magic pills but it will provide us with the means to see another opportunity.

I have not forgotten that this is one election I don’t wish for.

I am too convinced that these April elections are far from the medication that Nigeria needs.

If you’re wondering why I shed tears again. Here are a few tips;

I continue to see several hungry agencies and associations supporting PDP in Nigeria and abroad.

Nigerian artists continue to form agency after agency. Now it’s Neighbour for Neighbour agency. Jonathan gave them a huge sum as trust fund and I’m sure they are already sharing the money or fighting over it as usual. To see Onyeka Onwenu and other helpless artists canvassing for the evil party broke me. Nigerian artists remain hungry because this is not their first appearance. They have done this many times.

National Okada association met Jonathan. They gave him support. Jonathan said that the federal government of Nigeria can use Okada to solve the problems of crime in Nigeria. I wept!

Nigerian rulers are not only dull but they are also wicked and thoughtless. You will use Okada to solve crime in Nigeria?
I have learnt that if you have nothing to say, you stay quiet and if you have no answer to a problem, say I don’t know!
Nigerian politicians prefer to lie and talk rubbish.

DIGRESSION STOP

The front runners for the forthcoming unnecessary elections in April 2011 are liars, deceivers and corrupt people who should be thrown to jail immediately. But in Nigeria, they are worshipped and compared to one another depending on how corrupt they are. I am sad.

Unfortunately I have no good knowledge about Kano but I respect mallam Shekarau. I am not endorsing him as I will never make the mistake of entering the business of endorsing Nigerian politicians.

It is just a confession that Shekarau so far displayed far more intelligence than the intelligences of Jonathan, Buhari and Ribadu summed together. I underrated him before I heard him speak and again I confess that the guy swept me off my feet.

After the debate, despite his shortcomings, I have heard reports about good things in Kano. Someone argued that Kano is not Nigeria. Indeed. On what platform shall a man be assessed if he wants to be a national leader?

I agree with on EFCC and ICPC. He called them glorified police station. He is so right! EFCC and ICPC, just like NTA and over 400 other parastatals in Nigeria are pure waste of public funds. Nigeria since 1960 continues to run the most wasteful government in the history of man.

Mallam Shekaau is not regarded as a strong contender even though we have not been given a public opinion survey within Nigeria.

I felt so sorry for Pat Utomi because at his Lagos campaign, there were just a few people. If he was a PDP candidate who had stolen money Nigerians will troop to the venue with the hope that when he start to share the looted funds like Jonathan is doing, they will get something.

Maybe Pat Utomi should start thinking of lesser offices where, if he is truly genuine, can impact on people’s lives. A local government chairman is not a bad idea. A man should never be too proud if he is called to serve, even at the lowest capacity.

I weep For Nigeria. Change is not near unless we make it happen in a radical way.

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What is the meaning of all these useless titles?

Adeola Aderounmu

If an uneducated man or woman decides to add Dr. or Prof. as a prefix to his or her name, then there is something wrong.
In Nigeria several institutions of higher education are fond of awarding reckless and useless titles to politicians. The reason is because the politicians pay hugely for these nonsense awards. So it is either the higher institutions are selling them or the politicians and fraudulently rich people are buying them.

Titles are somewhat meaningless.

What is relevant is the role that a person performs in his or her environment (environment with a broad meaning).

When people who have not business with a particular title begin carry the title, then they make a mess of the real intention of such titles.

The most annoying of these titles in Nigeria today is the one that Mrs. Jonathan is carrying around. First it was Dame.

Many people have questioned this colonial mentality but she hasn’t seen any reason to remove the slave-tag on her name.

It is crazy when the public relation outfit of the Jonathans wants people off the back of the first family that inherit the illegality of Late Yar Adua. Let them put that house in order because they cannot continue to represent Nigeria in bad light and expect us to keep quiet. What is Dame?

As long as that slave-tag remains, this criticism will continue. The only option is for Patience to leave the spotlight and retire to her village.

It will shock Nigerians that she also has the title of Dr. which is not also been gradually slotted beside the Dame.

The trend on a national scale is worrying. There are several thousands of people in public services who carry different academic tags that have totally rubbished the essence of the academic pursuits in our dying Ivory Towers.

Those who want to uplift Nigeria and those who want to help Nigeria to rise again must not in any way accept or perpetrate fraud of whatever sort.

Wrong title tags to names are examples of fraud no matter how they are obtained. We must promote sincerity and honesty in public domains and no individual or group of individual should go around fooling people. It worsens the bad image that Nigeria already has. Let’s clear all forms and all types of fraud. Let’s start from the top and work it done.

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Africa, Never At Ease

Adeola Aderounmu

It pains me. The turn of events in Africa hurts.

Look at Gadhafi. He’s been there for over 40 years. He’s been the ruler for an entire generation. What would it have cost him to have prepared Libyans for the future, say at worst 20 years ago?

If not democracy, what about a system of governance not close to monarchy? Gadhafi could have left the stage, show his gratitude to Libya and Libyans. He had so much time on his hand but he decided to make himself a messiah. But he is not.

Things have now fallen apart in Libya. Gadhafi will not get a well-deserved exit. It will not be on his terms.
Gadhafi may also well be the victim of the usual international conspiracy. It’s a crazy world totally. You’ll never find a resting place for the blame game.

You can’t find it even in Ivory Coast where one man is claiming victory and he’s backed by the crazy international community. The other is backed by Pan-Africanism. The sum total of all this foolishness and the common madness of men is that their fellow beings are killing one another in the name of loyalties.

It’s sad because if not for madness and stupidity the two Ivorian presidents should meet face to face, discuss the way forward for their fellow citizens, give each other warm embrace, one step down for the other and the other ensure that as the president he ensures such justice that will promote peace and prosperity in Ivory Coast. The greatest service will be to avoid the type of mistakes that led to the present predicament and to ensure that now and in the future that Ivory Coast can solve her problems without the bias intervention of the useless international community.

One of the greatest achievements of the international community is the spread of both disharmony and war. Africa is easy target because of the greed and senselessness of the rulers there. It pains and hurts to come from a continent where foolishness and evil reign over good. It’s disheartening that a lot of things in Africa are decided by people outside of the continent.

One would wish that the changes sweeping through the North of Africa will continue to prosper the people. Yes, prosper. North Africa is prosperous and the leaders have not been totally foolish like other parts of Africa especially Western Africa. Take Nigeria for example and see foolishness of the rulers. Nigeria generates less than 3 000MW of Energy. For a nation of 150m that is probably the most absurd thing on earth. In addition over 15 million dollars have been spent on that project since 1999 with no apparent progress because some people like Gen Obasanjo and his cronies stole the money.

If they didn’t steal the money then Nigeria should be experiencing over supply of power by now but right now Nigeria is covered by total darkness. So Africa really pains me. My heart bleeds daily.

Add these wars to diseases, ignorance, illiteracy and the loads of problems in Africa, and then you ask, will Africa ever be at peace or ease?

There are too many problems in Africa and they won’t be solved until Africans wake up and live up to the challenges of the present century. What will trigger this awakening in Africa and make it a general conscious thought along the line of Common Good? When we know the answer, we will get on the right track.

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