Nigerian Youths wake up BY SEUN OGUNMUYIWA

12 Apr

Nigerian Youths wake up, We have no other country except Nigeria, We have been suffering in silence while our Leaders put our future in their bank accounts. How can we remain like this? How can a youth go to school and suffered to graduate at the end no job. You are almost 40 and still your future is as bleak as a dark room. Did your parents send you to school to sit at home because our Government have failed us. Let us come out one day and say No. We must not remain like this, we cannot all travel abroad to find a better life, our better life is here in our country. We have the money, oil and resources but only a selected few have continue to suck it dry why we keep believing God for a change, wake up now I challenge you. We need 500,000 youths in each of the 36states to challenge the Government. We say NO, we will destroy this country and rebuild it afresh, we will Kill those who stand on our way as they are considered the enemy. A man cannot have billions of naira while millions of youths roam the streets every day looking for daily bread. Our young men must not all be kidnappers, our young girls must not all be prostitutes. Get Ready I tell you. The time has come for us to react, the only way our Government listens is violence, they have shown it to the Niger delta militants and now they are planning to show it to the boko haram..whereas a simple gesture of N20,000 per month to the unemployed is rejected and you pay militants N75,000 per month. How much do they pay as minimum wage? How much do they pay to elected officers, we are going to revolt. Nigeria will burn to be rebuilt again like Libya, Iraqan Egypt and Turnisia…plea se spread this message unless you want to die in poverty in a country where God has destined all of us to be happy and prosperous…!! ! Pls send this msg to all ur contact cos anytin can happen o!!!

FG to spend N33.5m on newspapers in 2013

16 Oct

The federal government has earmarked the sum of N33,538,541 for newspapers and magazines in 2013 fiscal year.

Also, the sum of N1,035,319,145 would be used for international travels in next year.

Out of the budgeted amount, the State House will spend N14,471,035,290, while organisations under the presidency will share the balance of N21,074,538,012.

Details of the budget presented to the joint sitting of the National Assembly by President Goodluck Jonathan showed that the Aso Rock would spend N1,510,196,766 on personnel; N7,476,942,490 on overhead and N8,987,139,260 as recurrent expenditure.

In 2013, N7,476,942 would be spent on local travels, transport and training; N1,035,319,145 on international travels while 783,893,950 would be spent on foodstuff and refreshment.

Also, N133,175,453 was proposed for purchase and maintenance of generating sets; N19,250,000 on books; N2,879,000,000 on repair and renovation of buildings; N95,890,530 on computer software and N148,105,373 on electricity charges.

For organisations under the presidency, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) would get N435,576,907; Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP), N2,969,674,599; Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), N9,328,135,023; NEITI, N953,889,454; National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), N1,302,722,111; Boundary Commission, N796,972,338, while the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission would receive N2,776,896,310.

It will be recalled that President Jonathan, while presenting the 2013 budget, christened: “Fiscal Consolidation with Inclusive Growth,” said the goal was to help attain government’s vision of making Nigeria one of the top 20 economies in the world by 2020.

He said the 2013 budget was also built on the efforts to improve on how government’s businesses were being done.

To achieve the task of providing jobs for Nigerians and boost development of infrastructure, the budget provided more funding in the priority sectors, which included power, transportation, water, agriculture and security.

Other key allocations in the budget under reference are: works, N183.5 billion; power, N74.26 billion; education, N426.53 billion; health, N279.23 billion; defence, N348.91 billion; police, N319.65 billion, while and agriculture and rural development would take N81.41 billion.

FG to spend N33.5m on newspapers in 2013

16 Oct

The federal government has earmarked the sum of N33,538,541 for newspapers and magazines in 2013 fiscal year.

Also, the sum of N1,035,319,145 would be used for international travels in next year.

Out of the budgeted amount, the State House will spend N14,471,035,290, while organisations under the presidency will share the balance of N21,074,538,012.

Details of the budget presented to the joint sitting of the National Assembly by President Goodluck Jonathan showed that the Aso Rock would spend N1,510,196,766 on personnel; N7,476,942,490 on overhead and N8,987,139,260 as recurrent expenditure.

In 2013, N7,476,942 would be spent on local travels, transport and training; N1,035,319,145 on international travels while 783,893,950 would be spent on foodstuff and refreshment.

Also, N133,175,453 was proposed for purchase and maintenance of generating sets; N19,250,000 on books; N2,879,000,000 on repair and renovation of buildings; N95,890,530 on computer software and N148,105,373 on electricity charges.

For organisations under the presidency, the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) would get N435,576,907; Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP), N2,969,674,599; Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), N9,328,135,023; NEITI, N953,889,454; National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), N1,302,722,111; Boundary Commission, N796,972,338, while the Nigeria Atomic Energy Commission would receive N2,776,896,310.

It will be recalled that President Jonathan, while presenting the 2013 budget, christened: “Fiscal Consolidation with Inclusive Growth,” said the goal was to help attain government’s vision of making Nigeria one of the top 20 economies in the world by 2020.

He said the 2013 budget was also built on the efforts to improve on how government’s businesses were being done.

To achieve the task of providing jobs for Nigerians and boost development of infrastructure, the budget provided more funding in the priority sectors, which included power, transportation, water, agriculture and security.

Other key allocations in the budget under reference are: works, N183.5 billion; power, N74.26 billion; education, N426.53 billion; health, N279.23 billion; defence, N348.91 billion; police, N319.65 billion, while and agriculture and rural development would take N81.41 billion.

Pastor Divorces Wife Of 26 Years

13 Oct

An Igando Customary Court on Friday granted the prayers of Pastor Goodness Enemechukwu after he had filed for divorce majorly because of his wife’s lack of respect and support.
“My wife is giving me a tough time; she does not respect me, she fights me and rains curses on me,’’ Goodness told the court.
He claimed that Augustina also refused to support his ministry, and that she discouraged worshippers from coming to the church.
“Because of her troubles, I had to leave the house for her and move to the camp.”
He prayed the court to dissolve the union to enable him to forge ahead in his pastoral work.
In her defense, Augustina denied the allegations, saying that she has been a submissive wife, but her husband couldn’t see that only because he was womanizing.
“About six members of the church have called me on phone, telling me to warn my husband. I told him to stop disgracing God and turn a new leaf, but he refused,” she said.
Pastor Goodness of the Jesus World Church had on September 4 filed for divorce.
The Court President, Mr Adewale Eko, held that Pastor Goodness Enemechukwu and Augustina were no longer husband and wife, as efforts of the court to save the 26 years union failed.
“This court has no choice than to dissolve the union, in spite of the fact that the wife still claims she loves her husband. The parties are free to go their separate ways,’’ he ruled.
He said three out of the seven children of the marriage, aged 25, 23, 21 were old enough to decide where to live.
“The custody of the remaining four children, who are under age, is hereby referred to the Family Court,” he said.
Eko ordered Pastor Goodness to pay N100,000 as rehabilitation cost to Augustina, and N10,000 monthly for the upkeep of the children while he should allow Augustina to pack her belongings from the house in the presence of some court officials and the police

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