Dearest H.E. @MrUdomEmmanuel,

Sir, may respectfully say thank you for your loud and sterling leadership style that has contributed in no small way, in transforming Akwa Ibom State. Your achievements speaks for themselves.

Sir, you have done noble in that regard. Image
Respectfully sir, I know that the Akwa Ibom State Government is being peopled and driven by spotless reformers with impeccable credentials. But the stark irony is that, there is not reformable about their style of Governance.
Sir, I think they can do better. It is always very difficult to transform a state from a civil servant state, to a commercial hub, for business to thrive. It will always take unequaled industry and time. I believe the Government has the capacity to do it.
Sir, the Governor Zulum of Borno State is doing it. The GOVERNOR of Delta State is doing it. The GOVERNOR of Edo State is also doing it.

Sir, in your case there is a deep and painful disconnect between the government of Akwa Ibom state and the people.
Respectfully sir, in your considered opinion, do you think your people need a MULTI BILLION NAIRA INTERNATIONAL WORSHIP CATHEDRAL or a decent life, where they can access the basic needs of life?

Sir, why not a rice factory or something place of that 'worship center'.
Sir, the impression our here is that Akwa Ibom is enmeshed in an unprecedented level of poverty and unemployment. If this is true, it means the Government is unwittingly pushing the youths of that state to the streets.
Sir, the budget, with the greatest of respect, may not be in the best interest of the people. Government should immediately retract its step and think broadly. Except, you considerably think the people of Akwa Ibom State are desirous of Mass-spiritual-deliverance. Image
Sir, building an international worship cathedral seems a good project, but in my considered opinion, it is not necessary at this time.

Sir, I humbly suggest that you look into other financial intervention schemes that will benefit the youths more.
Sir, I humbly pray that you give the concerns raised herein the due attention it deserves. We are first Nigerians, and the wellbeing of every Akwaibomite is of essence to us.

Thank you exceedingly.

Sir, please be rest assured of my professional assurances.

- Savn Daniel

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9 Nov

The Kano State Government in a dramatic show of shame and hypocrisy has destroyed liquid contents of alcohol (bear) worth 200 million naira, in a secular Nigeria.
Our take is that the act is retrogressive and, a direct hypocritical application of the letters and adherence of the hadith as we shall see. The dominant belief in Islam is that, not only is the consumption of alcohol in any of its forms forbidden,

A well-known hadith attests that God has cursed ten different behaviors—not only the drinking of alcohol, but nine kinds of acts that facilitate the drinking of alcohol:
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8 Nov
As a matter of principle, I've no interest in the U.S. politics. I follow it only for academic purposes. Whoever wins, AMERICA WILL ALWAYS BE BETTER THAN NIGERIA.

For those following the American electoral process, I hope you are learning something. Do not create enemies!
For those who sincerely might not know and to those who have chosen to be grandiosely ignorant: there is no President-elect in America until the electoral collage declares one! And the election isn't over until it is called off by electoral collage.
As a matter of law, when electoral matters gets to SCOTUS, electoral collage declaration is over ruled.

I have observed painfully that most of the people creating unnecessary enemies because of the U.S. electoral system, know little or absolutely nothing concerning the U.S.
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8 Nov
Dear #EndSARS protesters,

1. Whenever you go out for any peaceful protest, put on a Facemask...conceal your identity.

2. Avoid covens. Avoid unnecessary WhatsApp groups. Phone calls will do.

3. Be discreet. E get why.

4. Some feats are not meant for public consumption.
In response to Dr. Omole, I did a thread on the uselessness of leaderless protest in a time like this. I remember reading from my boss and chief, the Great Oracle @AbdulMahmud01, where he cautioned that strategies and activities be kept secret.

Some of these seemingly 'active Twitter and WhatsApp users' are well trained Policemen and DSS officials trailing and tracking Govt critics.

Trust me: you won't know. Some do not even say anything about politics. Others try to assume an apolitical position.

I know a few here.
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8 Nov
The Commander, 9 Brigade, Nigerian Army, Brig Gen Musa Etsu-Ndagi, representing the Nigerian Army on the Lagos State Security Council, has said he received a phone call from the Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu,
around 7.23pm on October 20,2020 informing him that a certain Lt Col Bello was reportedly shooting at the Lekki tollgate where #EndSARS protesters were gathered.
Etsu-Ndagi said he immediately called Bello, who is the Commanding Officer, 65 Battalion, Bonny Camp, Victoria Island, and he (Bello) told him that he only fired blank ammunition into the air.
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A critical examination of the main criminal laws in Nigeria, i.e the Criminal Code and Penal Code, reveals that
there is no section of the law that penalises anyone who puts on clothes seen or perceived to be Indecent. The Penal Code in trying to curb indecency provided in Section 200 that -
“whosoever to the annoyance of others does any obscene or indecent act in a public place shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years or with fine or both.”
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Nigeria's Inspector General of @PoliceNG has authorised the extrajudicial killing of #EndSARS protester found staging any form of peaceful protest on the streets of Nigeria.

Henceforth, any #EndSARS protester found protesting will be shot at, and killed on sight.

My God!
I cannot believe that the IGP has publicly ordered the execution of the Youths. We last saw this in South Africa and Rwanda.

Now, it is happening in Nigeria.
I mean, the IGP surreptitiously, and in a cocky manner quoted the sections that favoured his call for crime against humanity.

Why did he not travel to sections 34, 35, 36 to 41 of the same 1999 Constitution?

This is just a call to commit murder.
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