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2011: Who Is Your Ideal President For Nigeria?

Who is the BEST PRESIDENT that should be elected come 2011 (repeat 2011 and not if Yar’Adua’s office is vacant) and why?

Just the name and your reason.

You never can tell, you may convince enough to actualize a good Nigeria. No sentiments, please!

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What a joke! I pasted the link below, did a gov actually publish this on his website?  You cant even get a temp agency to look at this crap in a developed nation.

Curriculum Vitae of Malam IBRAHIM SHEKARau e-mail: 1. CURRENT POSITION Executive GovernorKano State 2.

PERSONAL Date of Birth: November 5, 1955Nationality: NigerianPlace of Birth: Kurmawa Quarters, Kano City 3.

Education JUNE – SEPTEMBER 1976 CERTIFICATE COURSE ON GUIDANCE AND COUNSELINGBayero

University Kano SEPTEMBER 1973 – JULY 1977 UNIVERSITY EDUCATION (MATHEMATICS

EDUCATION)Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria JANUARY, 1968 – DECEMBER, 1972 SECONDARY EDUCATION

AT AMINU KANO COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, (West African School Certificate and Royal Society Arts

(London) JANUARY, 1961 – DECEMBER 1967 PRIMARY EDUCATION Gidan Makama Primary School, Kano

City 4. Awards received Won the Annual Prizes of the Best – behaved student for 5 years running of Secondary

School (1968 – 1972)Received a Medal and Certificate of Merit Award and Life membership of the All Nigeria

Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPPS) in April, 1994.Letter of Commendation from Hadejia Zonal

Education Office in February, 1982 for producing the best GCE result in Kano State at Government Secondary School,

Hadejia as Principal.Letter of Commendation from Ministry of Education in March, 1984 for good performance during the

visit of the then Military Governor of Kano State, Air-Commodore Hamza Abdullahi at Government College Birnin

Kudu.Letter of Appreciation from the Inspector General of Police Mr. Etim O. Inyang in January, 1985 for good

contributions to the activities of Police Community Relation Committee at Birnin Kudu Local Government. Letter of

Commendation from Ministry of Education in April, 1986 for collecting the highest revenue in all Schools in Kano State

while serving as Principal at Government College, Birnin Kudu. Letter of Commendation from Ministry of Education in

October, 1991 for producing modalities of implementing the recommendations of the National Conference on Discipline

and Motivation in Schools. Letter of Appreciation from Kano State University Implementation Committee in December,

1991 for good performance on the sub-committee on the University’s Draft Edict.Letter of Commendation from the

Honourable Minister of Education, Professor Babatunde Fafunwa in June, 1993 for successfully serving as Leader of all

Nigerian Principals for four years (1988 – 1992)Letter of Commendation from Ministry of Education in January,

1993 for chairing and producing comprehensive report on the fire incident at Government Girls Secondary Schools,

ShekaraCertificate of Honour from Giginyu Community in January, 1994 for contributing to the educational development

of the area.Received a Meritorious Service Award from the Nigeria Union of Journalist (NUJ), Kano State Council in

December, 1998.Certificate of Honour and Appreciation from the North – West zone of Muslim Corpers

Association fo Nigeria (MCAN) in July, 2001. Honourary Fellowship of Federal College of Education (Special) Oyo -

2006.Honourary Fellowship of Federal Polytechnic, Ede – May 2006, Honourary Fellowship of Federal College of

Education, Kano 2006. 5. Professional Experience · National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Imo State from August,

1977 to August, 1978 (Taught Mathematics at Madonna Boys High School Etiti).· Taught Mathematics at Government

Technical College Wudil, Kano State from August, 1978 to August 1979.· Senior Master (Academic) at Government

Technical College Wudil, Kano State from January to August, 1979· Principal at Government Day Junior Secondary

School Wudil, Kano State from September, 1979 to January 1980.· Principal at Government Secondary School Hadejia,

Kano State from January 1980 to December 1983.· Principal at Government College Birnin Kudu, Kano State from

December 1983 to June 1986· Principal at Government Secondary School, Gwammaja (I) Kano State, from June, 1986

to March 1988.· Principal at Rumfa College, Kano State from March, 1988 to December, 1992.· Deputy Director of

Education in-charge of Bichi Zonal Education Area, Kano State, from December, 1992 to August, 1993.· Director

Planning, Research and Statistics, Ministry of Education Headquarters, Kano State from August, 1993 to January, 1994.·

Director General (Permanent Secretary), Ministry of Education and Youth Development, Kano State from January, 1994

to January 1995.· Director General (Permanent Secretary) Ministry of Water Resources, Rural and Community

Development, Kano State, from January, 1995 to January 1997.· Director General (Permanent Secretary), Ministry of

Education (2nd time) from January – May, 1997.· Permanent Secretary Administration and General Services

Directorate, Cabinet Office, Kano State from May, 1997 to February, 2000 · Permanent Secretary, Civil Service

Commission, Kano State, from February to May, 2000· Chief Lecturer (Mathematics), Department of Physical Sciences,

Kano State College of Art Science and Remedial Studies, Kano: from May 2000 to 1st October, 2001.Retired Voluntarily

from the service of Kano State Civil Service from 2nd October, 2001. 6. RESPONSIBILITY HELD AT “ALL

NIGERIA CONFERENCE OF PRINCIPALS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL” (ANCOPPS) – A professional

association of all secondary schools principals in NIGERIA i. Member from January 1980 to December, 1992 (exactly full years)ii. Kano State Acting Assistant Secretary from September, 1981 to April, 1982.iii. Kano Secretary April, 1982 to November, 1984iv. Kano State President from November, 1984 to April, 1985v. National Vice from April, 1985 to April 1988.vi. National President from April, 1988 to April, 1992 (two terms of office – two years

each).vii. Representative of all Nigerian Principals on the Governing Board of the “Comparative Education Study

and Adaptation Centre” (CESAC) of the University of Lagos from April, 1981 to April, 1985 7. RESPONSIBILTIES

HELD WITH THE WEST AFRICAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL (W.A.E.C) i. Member of the WAEC, Kano State Committee

from November, 1984 to March, 1993ii. Member of the WAEC National Committee from November, 1987 to March,

1993iii. Member of the WAEC National Administrative and Finance Committee from November, 1987 to March, 1991iv.

Member of the WAEC International Council from March, 1988 to March 1993v. Member of the WAEC International

Administrative and Finance Committee from March, 1988 to March, 1991vi. Member of the WAEC National and

International Tender Board from March, 1988 to March, 1991vii. Member of the WAEC International Examination

Committee from March, 1991 to March, 1993 8. SCHOLARLY PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES/SEMINARS

The role of Principal’s Conferences in the Implementation of the new National Policy on Education (July, 1985)

Causes and remedies of indiscipline in Schools (November, 1990) Involving Community in administering School in a

Local setting (August, 1990) Issues and problems encountered during Teaching Practice (January, 1990) Local

Malam Ibrahim Shekarau's Website

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What is this?

A collate of idiocity?

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When you were talking about Shekarau, were you talking about the same man that has this CV on his personal website?

http://ibrahimshekarau.com/index2.php?option=com_content&do_pdf=1&id=12

This is progressive and well-educated to you?

What qualifications did he obtain that made him "well-educated"?

Major League Bleep me.

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If Ngige? - He did well in Anambra but may not have enough experience to pull Nigeria thru; better 2 do another state gov role

If Fashola? - Probably the BEST GOV the New Nigeria has produced. He should finish 2nd tenor in Lag 2011 to perfect wht he started.

If Utomi? - Needs to understnd politics. Not grassrooted & withiout structure

If Atiku? - People no longer trust him

If Buhari? Has the clout; but pple r afraid he's a fanatic

KEN NNAMANI will b a better president 4 Nigeria. He held the mafia 'hostage' with bare hands and came out victorious, quashing the evil 3rd term & portrays high level of integrity. Many ppl believe in him.

I cant think of any other for now.

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cant help but rolleyes, i didnt sense a trace of sarcasm in his comment so I am going to assume he is serious. the type of stuff that happens to Nigerians can only happen to Nigerians.

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No wonder Nigeria is as bad as it is.

Look at the people on the list!!!

I'm going back out of this country.

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Re: 2011: Who Is Your Ideal President For Nigeria?

« #16 on: Today at 01:23:51 PM »

I think Ibori is qualify cos is experience,in things of aso rock and northerners will even vote for him and they love him

lol, dude iam not sure what you are trying to say but you are clearly out of sync with reality if you can actually suggest a confirmed criminal and looter like ibori would make an ideal president in this country. lol, men we surely got all sorts in this country.

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what's the point in asking for Ideal president when the greater forces will not let your votes count?

why not start a thread on which prospective candidates ought to have his campaign derailed before it starts

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I will nominate Ahmed Shekarau of kano state and fashola of Lagos state.

They are both young progressives,well-educated and have shown with their antecedents that they can handle the complex entity called NIGERIA

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Chris Ngige.

I know he is better has a President than a governor. The guy is short and simple. I know with him at the affairs "Bad road and no motorable road will be a thing of the past"

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I think Ibori is qualify cos is experience,in things of aso rock and northerners will even vote for him and they love him

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If that guy is serious about getting votes then he needs to start gaining exposure and campaigning ASAP. I doubt he is very well known in rural Nigeria or certain segments of the country.

Its quite amusing how people always seem to strive to return to tried leaders. Buhari, Atiku, Johnathan, IBB, Kalu. I don't understand how people will plant pear and expect orange.

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Pat Utomi

Can't think of anyone better aside Fashola

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Depending on where he is coming from, my choices could be:

North West: Muhammadu Buhari (So that Nigerians can start following laid down rules just like white men do, thats our main difference)

South East: Ken Nnamani (My best senate president so far, he is a sensible man)

South South: Goodluck Jonathan (He is a good man, has always been loyal to his leaders and he is a lucky man. So maybe Nigeria will become lucky)

North Central: Olushola Saraki (He has good experience)

South West: Fashola (because of his record as lagos governor if all the hype i have been hearing is true)

North East: Atiku Abubakar (cant think of anyone better, besides Atiku might have repented based on all that has happened to him)

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Orji what?

If na joke abeg make you stop am

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Chief Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu

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Yeah rite! Only on two conditions.

1. he receives a brain implant

2. if he closes the gap btw his tooth

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Major General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, popularly known as IBB

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Buhari is the best option for now

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Donald Duke - the man has solid achievements on ground not propaganda.

If he can do that with Cross River State on meagre resources, then he will transform Nigeria for the better.

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