New Con­sti­tu­tion... Jonathan’s men lobby sen­a­tors

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What is the need and pre­cise statu­tory func­tions of lo­cal govern­ment when within the frame­work of com­par­a­tive Nigeria’s mo­men­tum sit­u­a­tion these func­tions are not be­ing im­ple­mented? The lo­cal govern­ment idea is not work­ing in Nigeria and it should be scrapped.

Ikechukwu Okoye

dr.san­iob­ifemi@ya­hoo.com *********************** Pow­eris­s­weet.Iflo­cal­go­v­ern­ments are abol­ished, what is the al­ter­na­tive? GEJ ap­pears fully oc­cu­pied with the schem­ing and plan­ning on how to re­main in power. One thing with Nige­ri­ans is that they have de­fied the the­o­ries of all the­o­rists, the schemes of all the schemers, the plans of all the plan­ners. In ad­di­tion, the more you drib­ble them the more you get drib­bled. If you don’t agree with me, ask Maradona him­self (a lit­tle to the left and a lit­tle to the right fame and the an­nul­ment gi­ant). Af­ter all the schem­ing, plan­ning and drib­bling, Maradona ended up been drib­bled and had to step aside. Be warned, a stitch in time saves nine.

Fage Ab­dul

ab­d­ufage@gmail.com

Pres­i­dent Good­luck Jonathan

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