EFCC on New Dawn with Funmi Iyanda

Would you want to have a one-on-one conversation with Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, The Executive Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC)? Then answer the following questions and send your answers, with your Name, sex, age occupation and telephone number, to info@newdawnwithfunmi.com

Why do you want to meet with Mallam Nuhu Ribadu?
What is your perspective on EFCC?
What will you like to ask Mallam Nuhu Ribadu?

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Today, 17th July 2006 is my birthday!

Today, 17th July 2006 is my birthday. Anyway I wish I could mark it in a big way, but I was in the studios (New Dawn with Funmi Iyanda) where I work as IT Manager.

But it is very great to be alive and thank God for His mercy and protection.
Besides, I have some birthday mates, which I only called one of them Lydia (we served together in Sokoto State during our NYSC days).

In Shuni Local Government, Sokoto State 2005

If you are of July 17th person or you know someone, please contact me.

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My NYSC Experience

“Going through the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) is a life-building process. It ensures you determine what you want in life; make better use of the year, and always seek God to direct and protect you” (September 2004)
The above quotation which came to my mind in September 2004 when I was preparing for the NYSC orientation camping was my quotation of my service year.
NYSC Scheme is a program designed to foster good relationship between the different regions in Nigeria. In the next few days I will be blogging about my experience in Sokoto State.

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Nigerian President 3rd Term Issue

“We were offered $1m each to back third term”
This was a statement of the Leader of the Alliance for Democracy in the Nigerian House of Representatives; Mr. Wunmi Bewaji on Tuesday, 12th April 2006 in Abuja to Punch Newspapers  correspondents.

President Olusegun Obasanjo

In the report, it was cited that members of the House of Representatives may have been offered $1million each by forces within and outside the National Assembly to support the controversial move to extend the tenure of President Olusegun Obasanjo and governors beyond 2007.
He said, “They came and told me that they have provided $1million for each of us opposed to third term, like they provided for those in support.
In my case, they said they we’re going to offer me an oil bloc in addition to $1million. But I told them that it is not a question of what I am going to gain. But mine is to ensure that we do not only have peace and stability in the country, but to protect our renascent democracy.
My comment: it is very dishearten to hear that our leaders are ready to pay each member of our representatives $1 million, approximately 140 million Naira in a country where the youths are still roaming without hope of getting jobs or those who have jobs are been underpay.

I will like to ask “who are those forces?”
I will like to use this opportunity to call on Nigerian youths to rise up to the occasion say no to the bribery and corruption in our nation. If President Obasanjo wants to rule for the 3rd term, our oil money should not be use to bribe our representatives.
 Time will tell.

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The State of The Nigerian Child (Part One)

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The trend things are going on in Nigeria, my heart bleeds for Nigerian children that have been neglected by the society. Things are this way because there are so few people whom are ready to change the trend. There are too few people who have heart for them don’t have support in order to help them realize the dreams of raising the standard of living for the average Nigerian child. These people do not seem to realize that these children are the future leaders of this great nation-Nigeria, after we leave this world.

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Welcome to Perspective!

Hello People!
Welcome to Perspective. This is my weblog tagged Perspective>>My point of View. You will be reading about my articles, news and other interesting information.
Thanks for coming.

Welcome to Perspective

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