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Any Nigerian Leader You Would Emulate?

Would you "Emulate" anyone after they die?

I noticed that Nigeria is filled with psycophants. Anytime a popular person dies, there is lots of eulogising in the papers and everybody advising everybody to "emulate" this dead person. These are the same people who would have snubbed the dead man when he was alive, calling him thief, or maybe the guy also, we know how well he has drained Nigerian economy, etc.

Would you emulate any Nigerian leader? If yes, who would you choose to "emulate"?

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Late Gen. Sani Abacha

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Great. I was there last year. my mom is there now. she just got internet access at home and is excited since she can keep up with us better now

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Yes, obong is a calabar name. But thats not my real name, sha. I grew up in calabar and lagos and whenever i return to calabar i see great things he's done. can't wait for the tinapa project to be finished. The cleanliness is a major plus, and its bound to continue since he has a program in place that makes sure th eplace is cleaned daily

when were you there last?

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Obong, that's a Calabar name if i am not mistaken. I am from Calabar too. Hello brother! About handsome guys being successful, you are 98% correct! I do hope the next governor works at his pace and keeps the current standards such as cleanliest, free Christmas festival /entertainments, Christmas village etc.

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angela k, you think he's handsome huh? Perhaps thats how he gets his way. Studies have shown handsome men are more successful in life.

Yeah the guy has done a lot for that place and it makes me proud whenever i visit. I just hope th next guy is as good

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I think he was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, as were a lot of people, but he seems to be doing something grand for his state despite its meager resources. His father's riches shouldnt be a strike against him, its merely an accident of birth. Besides, to whom much is given, much is expected, and i feel he delivers

I like him because his has taken little and done a lot with it. I've always admired that in leaders

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Sani Abacha, minus the lack of focus. Nigeria actually needs an iron fist. If only the man had a sense of direction...

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