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#Retraites Réflexion dominicale sur l’usage des données de santé, qui ne décrivent pas toujours la réalité... on entend beaucoup, ces jours-ci, que l’espérance de vie en bonne santé n’est que de 64,1 ans chez les femmes et 62,7 chez les hommes en France. C’est vrai. MAIS...
Cet indicateur, construit sur questionnaire à partir de l’année 0, prend en compte les handicaps temporaires, les grossesses, etc... ce qui fausse évidemment les données. D’où l’intérêt de renseigner le même indicateur à partir d’un âge plus avancé. À 65 ans, par exemple. Et là..
En 2018, le nombre moyen d’années de vie en bonne santé à 65 ans atteint 11,2 ans pour les femmes et 10,1 ans pour les hommes. Cet indicateur est en hausse depuis 10 ans (de 1 an et 2 mois pour les femmes, et de 1 an et 5 mois pour les hommes)…
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WaKenya: the apoplectic @AmbMKamau is unaware that we don't need to go back 10yrs to know that Jubilee has consigned Kenyans to slavery through expensive loans for poorly thought out projects.

(long thread)

2. WaKenya: Considering that his entire adult life has been supported by taxpayers in big cities abroad, PS @AmbMKamau should draw his salary quietly & stop displaying his ignorance in public.

(he should ask for a Diplomacy School refund though)

Twende Kazi with #FactsOnly
3. WaKenya: Crony capitalism is real. Eg Kenya Railways was dismembered in order to give Transcentury a grip on its asset. Rift Valley Railways was then created & Citadel from Egypt was sucked in. @AmbMKamau, how much did this cost the taxpayer in money & opportunity?

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Been getting updated about Kano and the crowd that is both nightmarish and prophetic to APC.

Thanks to everyone who watched the #RubbinMindsDebate earlier today on ChannelsTV - I’m certain I speak for the Team when I say “knowing you were watching brought out our A Game.” 💪🏽
We came at them with #FactsOnly but also matched them pound for pound and even unfairly in some instances.

We must commend the foolhardiness of Team Osinbajo, sorry, Team Buhari though - any youth bold enough to defend Buhari on TV deserves much sympathy all the time.
For us it was an easy task, we only had to build on the work done by Atikulated folks everywhere, all working to #GNWA.

“Better” has No Negatives and is a standard everyone aspires to - even the Best can always do Better.

For us, Atiku is #Better to make Nigeria #Better.
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This may hit by tomorrow (Monday). #Coalition…
On the 6th of February 2013. I finalized my strategic advisory having witnessed the agreement & success of the merger of a New Political Party (APC) given the impertinence & complacency of the PDP back then. It wasn’t long after this that the structure was hijacked. #FactsOnly
History has a funny way of repeating itself. Politics void of ideology is most definitely not my kind of clime. If I didn’t take advantage then to belong why would I now that I’m far wiser and more experienced? Ignorant griots would still say I’m PDP for lack of dirt to haul.
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Fayose's decision to borrow 56 billion with a fresh application of another N25 billion in 2017, without any significant socio-economic impact puts @GovAyoFayose's understanding of governance & economics in question. And also confirms his lack of transparency. /1

#Fayose @Ayourb
With low jobs growth, no wage growth, no industrial development, no investment in agric & no socio-economic plan, where does future govt revenue come from? @GovAyoFayose has presided over the worst govt ever to drive up #Ekiti State's debt without a plan to fix the economy. /2
Contrary to the lies by @OlayinkaLere & @GovAyoFayose, the first 30billion in this chart is an accumulation of accrued debt b4 & during @kfayemi's tenure. He ensured that 14.5b was paid out of the 25b loan before he left office. By Oct 2014, #Ekiti debt profile was 10.5b. /3
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Today we explore loopholes in Nigeria's electoral system that could threaten the credibility of 2019 Presidential Election & trigger post-election violence. We also share what citizens, @INECNigeria & non-state actors can do.

Take a deep dive with us.

68% of PVCs representing 21.4m of the 31.7m citizens accredited to vote in 2015 presidential election failed full accreditation with the Smart Card Readers and had to use incidence forms for accreditation.

Only 32% or 10.3m of PVCs presented passed full accreditation.
42% of 31.7m citizens accredited to vote (i.e. 13.4m) used incidence forms because @INECNigeria's Smart Card Readers could read their PVCs BUT COULD NOT verify their fingerprints as the authentic owners of the PVCs they presented.

This problem was prevalent in the North:
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