Governor of Bayelsa State Alamieyeseigha Busted

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hazozo

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things that are going on here in Nigeria continues to prove, prophets of doom right. berely 6 years into democracy, the rate of corruption continues to soar. only 3 days ago it was found out that obasanjo has a house in america worth over 800,000 dollars, in it lives his jobless son who is born to larvish. today the headlines says that bayelsa state governor has been arrested in London by the by men from scotland yard for money laundering, and an amount over 1million dollars were found in his possesion. He will not be the first governor to be caught by the british police. months back , the platue state govrnor was arrested in london with close to a million dollars.
this are the very few casses we know of, government officials continue to milk the country dry. some poeple say nigeria can never get beter events like these make me agree with them.
 

Aust_nne

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Oh dear....Nothing else would amaze me from this country.




I better run out of all these current affairs thread before I go crazy...I think I have had enough for today!
 
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That is the reason why democrasy as practised in the west is never good for africa. Africa must find out what system is best for it. Obasanjo and his officials have failed nigerians. We need to pray for an uncorruptible leader like Col. Muammar Gadhafi of Libya.
 
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Nigerian Leaders are the Dumbest Leaders in the WWW.

Anxiety reigned in Yenagoa, the sleepy state capital of Bayelsa State following the arrest Thursday in London of the state governor Chief Diepreye Alamieyeseigha by the Metropolitan Police over allegations of money laundering. People gather in clusters to discuss the ordeal while top government officials were not willing to make public statements on the matter.
However, residents were observed going about their normal businesses with offices, markets and shops opened. Many workers were seen discussing in hush tones the fate of the governor when THISDAY visited the state Secretariat Complex, Yenagoa.
http://www.thisdayonline.com/nview.php?id=28417
 

vince

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All this does not surprise anyone.The whole world knows that nigeria does not have any iota of leadership material.This one proves it once again to all.A big shame and humiliation for the nation as a whole.And to think that we want to represent africa as a permanent member of the security council in the UN!!Humph!
 

Multioption

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I feel like overthrowing the government. Would lump into Space-Craft all the politicians since "aye wetie' and have them send to planet Mars!
 

vince

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Multioption said:
I feel like overthrowing the government. Would lump into Space-Craft all the politicians since "aye wetie' and have them send to planet Mars!
And guess what sort of govt. will replace them,yes,exactly the same type of disgustingly shameless and corrupt one.We have to admit that that is the sort of leadership our system produces.
Abacha don do im own commot,now see wetin we get now.Yeye! :eyes
 

Obariba

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See wetin longthroat dey cause !!!!!!!!!!! give these positions to women and see what will happen in Naija...We need female leaders that is the key !!!!!
 

Gen Sani Abacha

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vince said:
And guess what sort of govt. will replace them,yes,exactly the same type of disgustingly shameless and corrupt one.We have to admit that that is the sort of leadership our system produces.
Abacha don do im own commot,now see wetin we get now.Yeye! :eyes
What we need is another round of people like the Late Major-General Tunde Idiagbon former chief of staff, supreme headquarters. Only God go helepu dat kontri, cos kontri no helepu hinsef!
 

vince

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Gen Sani Abacha said:
What we need is another round of people like the Late Major-General Tunde Idiagbon former chief of staff, supreme headquarters. Only God go helepu dat kontri, cos kontri no helepu hinsef!
When i heard that that man died i cried inside me for my country.I doubt whether we will ever have such a selfless and disciplined leader like that ever again.He did overdo certain things in his short reign,but his good intentions were never in doubt then.
 

Gen Sani Abacha

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vince said:
When i heard that that man died i cried inside me for my country.I doubt whether we will ever have such a selfless and disciplined leader like that ever again.He did overdo certain things in his short reign,but his good intentions were never in doubt then.
Yep, he my have overdone some things, but our people won't do what's right until you put a gun to their heads, so you can't really blame him!
I'll always respect his stance on tackling Naijas issues.
 

paj

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Obariba said:
See wetin longthroat dey cause !!!!!!!!!!! give these positions to women and see what will happen in Naija...We need female leaders that is the key !!!!!
...the only position wey go gree women assume na 404-Style.. smokin:

Pa
 

paj

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hazozo said:
things that are going on here in Nigeria continues to prove, prophets of doom right. berely 6 years into democracy, the rate of corruption continues to soar. only 3 days ago it was found out that obasanjo has a house in america worth over 800,000 dollars, in it lives his jobless son who is born to larvish. today the headlines says that bayelsa state governor has been arrested in London by the by men from scotland yard for money laundering, and an amount over 1million dollars were found in his possesion. He will not be the first governor to be caught by the british police. months back , the platue state govrnor was arrested in london with close to a million dollars.
this are the very few casses we know of, government officials continue to milk the country dry. some poeple say nigeria can never get beter events like these make me agree with them.
..make I tell U..shebi na the one wey dem find be dat?Naija don turn to Serengeti plains ..na animals dey run free with money wey dem no fit spend finish now!Na like lion wey catch buffallo and E no wan share..na how much meat E wan chop?Make dem dey chop make we dey look now?One day when Gidians go skatta head and start uprising na then all of dem go know sey shoe get size...we don take petty thief for street practise Michellin Necklace(tire over neck dowse petrol and light am)tire..time don dey near make we catch the real culprits do am...no need to tell ourselves they'll rot in hell..we can give them a taste of that here..

Pa
 

vince

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FG pushes for Alamieyeseigha's trial

Anti-graft measures paid off - Obasanjo

* Gov assembles defence team

* Deputy summoned to Abuja

* Commissioners go into hiding

AMID the report that Governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha of Bayelsa State, arrested last Thursday in London for alleged money laundering, would remain in Britain until November 15 when his fate would be determined by the Metropolitan Police, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) may have commenced moves for the trial of the embattled governor in the British capital.

The EFCC's wish for the governor's immediate trial will, however, depend on the strength of the evidence the Metropolitan Police may have against him.

A source close to Sunday Vanguard disclosed this at the weekend just as President Olusegun Obasanjo said the fact that Alamieyeseigha was arrested on money laundering allegations, in spite of his position, was an indication that his administration's anti-corruption measures were working. More
 
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