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A French national client of mine who has been in Nigeria for decades once said this to me. I was miffed when he said it because it was patronising in the least and offensive in the main. But at least one decade after he said it, I have had to accept that he has a point: Thread.
1. At the time of creation all the nations were gathered before God Almighty to canvass for resources for their nations. But God was not in the business of accepting lobbying or Lobbyist. But one thing was constant in God's apportioning of resources to nations.
2. For every resource available God gave a portion to Nigeria. Thus, he gave the seas to Nigeria as he gave to continent of Europe, Asia and the Americas. He gave arable land to Nigeria, minerals uncountable, oil beyond measure, bitumen, gold, weather variants so we could grow...
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Morning friends on side of Nigeria. Others on the side of looterrati, surely I owe you only 'morning' and keep back the 'good'. 😊😊. Did I hear @atiku say that APC sent some people to China to train them on how to slow down card readers in atiku's strongholds? Is this you MCM?
Is your MCM intelligent at all? When you are full of fluff even your conspiracy theories sound idiotic? So since he knows APC did this, let him tell us when they were sent to China? Is this after the postponement? Where in China? Who were those sent? Hmmmmmmmm.....
Is this what @atiku has done? Has he sent his INEC PDP embedded moles (we know at least 3 of them on twitter plus the one who just yesterday introduced an @inecnigeria REC to all his friends on twitter and asked them to follow him.) to go to China to learn how to....
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1. Good morning Nigerians. Last lap campaigns towards the Presidential and NASS elections for next Saturday. It is #NextLevelNigeria all the way. Today we examine SECURITY. We give you the past, the present and the future with PMB/PYO on securing Nigeria. This is a thread
2. Where we were:
Security was the biggest challenge for Nigeria before the APC came into office in 2015. The worst form of the insecurity that bedevilled the nation was the insurgency being waged by the Boko Haram terrorist group.
3. BH's reign of terror caused so much fear & carnage in Northern Nigeria including the Federal Capital Territory. There were also various militant groups & separatists. The IPOB as you will recall threatened & began a mobilisation towards secession. Niger Delta was not left out
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1. Today we focus on Infrastructure development under PMB/PYO & review the past, the present & #NextLevelNigeria
Where we were:
Nigeria had huge infrastructure deficit. Decades of underinvestment & inadequate allocations led to underdevelopment of backbone of a modern economy-
2. In 2014, the GEJ Govt spent these sums on the following sectors: Transport (N14 billion), Agriculture & Water (N34 billion), Power, Works & Housing (N106 billion). Grossly inadequate, a lot of infrastructure projects were left abandoned and contractors unpaid. #NigeriaDecides
3. PMB committed to initiating & completing key infrastructure projects &demonstrated this through budgetary allocations & fund-raising & ensuring the plugging of leakages & cutting out waste, the government has been able to re-direct money into infrastructure & capital projects
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Good morning Ibadan #PMB4Plus4
Music is a brutally effective messaging tool. KWAM 1 on the beat in Ibadan. #PMBinIbadan #PMB4Plus4
Awaiting PMB & PYO. #PMB4Plus4 #PMBinIbadan
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Benin City, today. #PMB4Plus4 #NextLevelNigeria
Warri, Delta State #PMB4Plus4 #NextLevelNigeria 17.01.2019
While PMB was campaigning in Edo and Delta, VP Osinbajo was doing same in Karu, Mpape, and Kubwa, all in the FCT. Here he’s in Alhaji Aminu Yekini's home, for Family Chats. #NextLevelEngagements
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Episode 3: The Niger Delta Issue as a Drain Pipe.

One of the reasons why I decided to endorse the continuity of the @MBuhari administration and support the @APCNigeria government is the administration's sincere handling of the Niger Delta question.
The military, especially in the mid-90s, during General Abacha Regime, used Niger Delta crisis to threaten Western Oil interest in Nigeria in response to the sanctions imposed on the country. But by 1999, when @OfficialPDPNig took over the govt, things changed.
After winning power in 1999, the @OfficialPDPNig govt decided to use force, instead of orchestrating a roundtable discussion to address the sincere grievances of the Niger Delta. Due to heavy reliance on force, the Niger Delta militancy grew into full-blown crisis in Nigeria
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Abang Mercy asked question on why @fkeyamo known to stand for Nigerians is standing with Buhari.....
"Posterity will reckon me on the right side of history".....@fkeyamo 2019
When #FestusKeyamoSpeaks, you've got to learnπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
On human right records, #FestusKeyamoSpeaks clearly...
"We must be careful of all these blank statement: When we say these things, you will think that there are political prisoners in Nigeria"....
The Ecowas court had asked Dasuki to be released, is that not enough to question the human right record of
this administration?

#FestusKeyamoSpeaks clearly that Dasuki's right was NEVER violated...

Me: When Dasuki was involved in HUMAN WRONG, you were all MUTE..
Human right?
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I read the #Nextlevel document are here are the key focus areas:
1. Economy
2. Social Investment
3. Corruption
4. Infrastructure
5. Security
6. Agriculture
The following stood out for me:
1. Govt to develop 109 special production and processing centers across each senatorial district.
2. Deepen the implementation of project made in Nigeria for export. Unlocking potential of special economic zones.
1 Expand N-power across graduate and non graduate categories
2. National skills program in conjunction with private sector
3 Prioritize full implementation of National Identification scheme to integrate informal economy into mainstream.
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PMBPYO Score Card

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As of May 2015, Nigeria was at war and there was a significant deficit in
critical infrastructure and social services across the country, just as over
100 million Nigerians were living in poverty.
This was despite the fact of
earning over $783 Billion from crude oil sales between 1999 and 2015.
Between 2010 and 2015, the country earned the sum of $382 Billion
from the sale of crude oil. Evidently, the nation's wealth had been
inappropriately diverted and looted,
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