«Home

Becomerich A Beninoise Or Nigerian?

Reports reaching me is that Becomerich a.k.a. isiazu ayuku is not a Nigerian.he is a poorman from one of our poor neighbouring countries trying to be a nigerian.

Avatar
Newbie
27 answers

$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Stateless $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

0
Avatar
Newbie

Becomerich's yoruba is worse than his english. And trust me, his english is definitely the worst ve ever seen.

The benin republic theory might just be true. But how does one explain Becomerich's impeccable understanding of everything Nigerian? from our culture to our politics.

Nigerian or not, Becomerich is definitely an enigma.

0
Avatar
Newbie

Northerner wettin u dey suspect?

0
Avatar
Newbie

Honestly,I'm confused about his origin but i know he's not a yoruba,that i'm sure of.

0
Avatar
Newbie

The way the guy advocates Benin Rebublic makes one suspicious. . .

0
Avatar
Newbie

Where is becomerich's loyalty?Naija or Benin Republic?

0
Avatar
Newbie

@ Becommrich

I propose that you are appointed the Oba of the new Belodok republic. I think you should pipe down.

You are going ga ga upstairs. ONE SERIOUS QUESTION PLEASE- Is madam aware of this campaign of

yours and the possibility of becoming first lady very soon? Will the new Belodok accept new citizens

who want to naturalise? There are many guys here in Nairaland who have been looking for this opportunity.

I can give you a very long list.

0
Avatar
Newbie

He's Confusednoir aka egun from Cotonou

0
Avatar
Newbie

Duh. You just described 99.9% of internet forum users.

0
Avatar
Newbie

Do you want to learn "electricity engineer"?

0
Avatar
Newbie

Becomrich, I need job. . . . I go school.

0
Avatar
Newbie

quote author=becomrich, link=topic=284095.msg4899413#msg4899413 date=1257896687]

just say, you want to see my picture. All is move is a waste of time. Wait till december.

I am from nigeria

[quote][/quote]

Of course yes!! i.e the french speaking part BENIN REPUBLIC

0
Avatar
Newbie

just say, you want to see my picture. All is move is a waste of time. Wait till december.

I am from nigeria

0
Avatar
Newbie

so in summation he is a big fat FLAME. Why would you do something evil like that becomrich- a fellow yorubaman made a website and you are destroying it like that. Or are you actually yoruba?

0
Avatar
Newbie

If you read through his writing, you will recognize that his mangled English is actually deliberate. One who mangles a  a language because of incompetence tends to have clean spells of good command only occasionally interrupted by omissions.

In Short, Becomerich is a very sober Nigerian, in fact very intelligent. he has assumed the character Becomerich  as  virtual foil  for irritant behavior. It is his  virtual voyeuristic hobi. He is otherwise a sober, intelligent Nigerian whose real identity is the antithesis of the charlatan character called Becomerich. Do not take him seriously.

0
Avatar
Newbie

becomrich- tu viens du?

0
Avatar
Newbie

tell him you go school for electricity engineering

0
Avatar
Newbie

No. the number of ways, is block .

0
Avatar
Newbie

seago, i speak better english than your minister of information. Dora Akunyili, would you work for.

0
Avatar
Newbie

his mangling of the english language shows that french is his first language.

0
Avatar
Newbie

Neither, he is from crazy land

0
Avatar
Newbie

No, I don't believe you.

This guy is smart and streetwise and tenacious. He is the only one who knows where he is going.

Sometimes i think he is like a google browser, just cut and paste right click and you are on your way.

With him you must get somewhere - Benin Republic. He is somewhere in Canada (North Pole) but is

not the abominable snowman. Sitting on top of the world gives him a panoramic view of his beloved

Benin Republic.

SouthUnity, how do you like my prose?

0
Avatar
Newbie

becomrich,

Posts: 718

Online

Re: Beaf , Nigeria Oil Was Use To Build Abuja And Not Lagos Or Yorubaland

« #36 on: Today at 10:20:55 PM »

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Here is a copy of the bill, we sent to the national assembly.

A BILL

AN ACT TO CREATE THE NIGERIA-BENIN COMMISSION AND BOUNDARY RELOCATION AND NIGERIA-BENIN PARLIAMENT.

SPONSORS

EGBE OMO ODUDUWA

This Bill shall amend the boundary of Nigeria. And the following state of Bayelsa, Edo, Ekiti, lagos,Oyo, Ogun, Delta, Ondo, Osun, Kwara,kogi and Borgu(niger state) [Belodok states ] shall be permanently transferred to Benin Republic with supervision of the Nigeria-Benin commission. All land, air, coastal area, land, everything inside its land and air shall belong to the Republic of Benin

NIGERIA-BENIN COMMISSION ROLE AND RULES

This bill also create the Nigeria- Benin commission, which is to be headed by the president of Nigeria and President of Benin republic in rotation. A Two year duration , shall be approved by members of the Nigeria-Benin commission. The head of the Nigeria-Benin commission shall be called President General. The position of President General is reserved for only the president of Nigeria and Benin Republic. No other member of the Nigeria- Benin commission can hold the position of President General or deputy President General apart from this two.

The position of President General shall be rotated between the president of Nigeria and Benin republic. While the position of deputy President General shall be rotated between the president of Nigeria and Benin republic. With Nigeria President Umar Yar Adua starting first.

The Nigeria-Benin commission shall have 17 members. There are

The president of Nigeria.

The president of Benin republic

The president of Nigeria-Benin parliament

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament (Nigeria)

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament(Nigeria)

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament(Nigeria)

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament(Benin)

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament(Benin)

The Deputy president of Nigeria-Benin parliament(Benin)

The senate president of Nigeria Senate

The Deputy senate president of Nigeria senate

The President of the Nigeria house of representative

The deputy President of Nigeria house of representative

The senate president of Benin Senate

The Deputy senate president of Benin senate

The President of the Benin house of representative

The deputy President of Benin house of representative

All serving governor, members of the senate, house of representative, chairman of local government, all elected position shall retain their position either transferred from Nigeria to the New Republic of Benin or in Nigeria.

There would be one currency in Nigeria and Benin republic with one central bank in each country. The currency shall be knew as Nibe. From the first two letter of the name of Nigeria and Benin Republic.

Nigeria and Benin Republic would financed the Nigeria-Benin commission and Nigeria-Benin parliament base on a 70% for Nigeria and 30% Republic of Benin ratio.

And an open boundary with no immigration officers expect at the boundary with other nation apart from Nigeria and Benin Republic.

All citizen of both Nigeria and Benin shall have right of resident in both country.

Nigeria and Benin republic shall still remain separate sovereign nation

This bill is based on the willingness of Benin republic accepting the Belodok state, if in an otherwise case the Belodok states shall become sovereign nation and all refers to Benin republic in this bill shall be replaced by Belodok, including the commission and parliament.

.

The Nigeria-Benin commission role is an executive role , while the Nigeria-Benin parliament is a legislative role.

All non physical assets of Nigeria including money and external reserve and other should be divided and transferred with a ratio 70% for Nigeria and 30% for Benin Republic.

Nigeria and Benin Republic shall contribute military force to Ecowas, Africa union and United nation if need be.

All office, officer and position either in the military or civilian retain in the Nigeria shall be transfer over to Benin republic and shall all retain the same position expect if in conflict. All personel should not be sacked. And most retain their position or be created.

All physical military position and assets of Nigeria including money, weapon, ships, tanks and others and other should be divided and transferred with a ratio 70% for Nigeria and 30% for Benin Republic.

All military personel in Nigeria of the New Republic of Benin origin shall be transfer to the Republic of Benin and retain the same military position and rank expect if there is conflict.

All civilian personel in Nigeria service of the New Republic of Benin origin shall be transfer to the Republic of Benin and retain the same position and scale expect if there is conflict.

All physical assets outside of Nigeria should be divided and transferred with a ratio 60% for Nigeria and 40% for Benin Republic.

All physical properties, document and other in The New Republic of Benin should be transfer by Nigeria. Include Airport, stadium, universities, roads, railway, seaport, etc belonging to Nigeria but is located in the New Republic of Benin shall be transfer to the Republic of Benin.

Each countries shall monitors its territory according to international law.

All international agency should be inform of the change in boundary and the establishment of the Nigeria-Benin commission including Ecowas, Africa union, the United Nation, European Union, USA, UK, Canada, China, India, Japan, Germany France, south Africa and other countries.

Nigeria-Benin commission headquarter, activate and site shall be located not in the capital of both country but on both countries bank of the River Niger at Mokwa in Niger state and Jebba in Kwara state. While Abuja would still remain the capital of Nigeria.

Nigeria-Benin commission duty include to execute law and rule set for it by the Nigeria-Benin parliament.

NIGERIA-BENIN PARLIAMENT ROLE AND RULES.

Nigeria-Benin parliament official languages shall be in English and French

Nigeria-Benin parliament headquarter, activate and site shall be located not in the capital of both country but on both countries bank of the River Niger at Mokwa in Niger state and Jebba in Kwara state. While Abuja would remain the capital of Nigeria.

The present Nigeria and Benin republic senate and house of representative would be merge on both level to create the initial Nigeria-Benin parliament.

In future the Nigeria-Benin parliament shall be made of members 60% of Nigeria and 40% of Benin Republic members.

The Nigeria-Benin parliament shall formate law leading to the unity of both economy

Nigeria-Benin parliament shall have one President and 6 deputy President. Three each from Nigeria and Republic of Benin

Nigeria-Benin business licensing board shall be created to licence business in the Nigeria-Benin parliament area.

All business licence shall be merge.

All members of Nigeria-Benin parliament shall be eligible for election to the office of President or deputy president of Nigeria-Benin Parliament.

The President or deputy president of the Nigeria-Benin parliament cannot combine his duties with any post expect ecowas related.

The President shall reside at the seat of the Parliament.

Before every round of voting at the Nigeria-Benin Parliament, the list of candidates for the post of President or deputy president shall be submitted to the Oldest Representative in term of age who shall read it out to the Parliament.

The President shall be elected by a two-thirds of Members of Parliament at the first round of voting, by an absolute majority of voting members at the following rounds at which only two (2) candidates who obtained the highest number of votes shall be presented.

As soon as the President has been elected, the oldest Representative shall vacate the Chair as acting President of Nigeria-Benin Parliament .

Only the elected President of the Nigeria-Benin Parliament may deliver an opening address.

Election of Deputy President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament

Six (6) Deputy President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament would be elected. Three each from Nigeria and republic of Benin.

Six (6) Deputy President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament shall then be elected separately. The candidate obtaining the majority of the votes cast on the first ballot shall be declared elected.

Should the number of candidates elected be less than the number of seats to be filled, a second ballot shall be held under the same conditions to fill the remaining seats.

Should a third ballot be necessary, a relative majority shall suffice for election to the remaining seats.

New nominations may be introduced between ballots during the election of Deputy President

Deputy Presidents to Nigeria-Benin Parliament shall take precedence in the order in which they were elected and, in the event of a tie, by age,

The term of office of the President or Deputy President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament shall be one time term of two years

The term of office of the President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament shall be rotated between Nigeria and Benin Republic.

.

The term of office of the all members of the Nigeria-Benin Parliament shall be four years.

The Parliament may, on the basis of the report of a special committee, remove the President or Deputy President to Nigeria-Benin Parliament by a vote of two-thirds majority of the members, for serious shortcomings in the management of the affairs of the Parliament .

The special Committee may be set up at the request of a parliamentary group or at least twenty (20) Members of Parliament. The decision to set up the Committee shall be approved by a simple majority of the Members of Parliament of Parliament.

When a Representative changes parliamentary group he shall retain, for the remainder of his term of office, any seat he holds in the Nigeria-Benin Parliament.

Should a vacancy for one of these positions occur before the expiry of his term, the Representative elected shall serve only for the remaining period of his predecessor's term of office.

Vacancies

Should it be necessary for the President, a Deputy President or any other member of the Nigeria-Benin Parliament to be replaced, his successor shall be elected in accordance with these rules.

A newly elected Deputy President shall take the place of his predecessor in the order of precedence.

Should the President’s seat become vacant, the first Deputy President shall act as President until a new President is elected.

Duties of the President

The President shall direct all the activities of Parliament and its bodies under the conditions laid down in these Rules. He/she shall enjoy all the powers necessary to preside over the proceedings of Parliament and to ensure that they are properly conducted.

The duties of the President shall be to open, suspend and close sittings, to ensure observance of these Rules, maintain order, call upon Presidents, close debates, put matters to the vote and announce the results of votes, and to refer to Committees any communications that concern them.

The President may speak in a debate. Should he wish to take part in a debate, he shall vacate the Chair and shall not reoccupy it until the debate is over.

Parliament shall be represented in international relations, on ceremonial occasions and in administrative, legal or financial matters by the President, who may delegate these powers.

Duties of the Deputy President

Should the President be absent or unable to discharge his duties, or should he wish to take part in a debate pursuant to Rule , he shall be replaced by one of the Deputy Presidents, in order of hierarchy.

Duties of Treasurers

The Treasurers shall be responsible for administrative and financial matters directly concerning Members of Parliament, pursuant to guidelines laid down by the Nigeria-Benin Parliament.

0
Avatar
Newbie
Your answer
Add image

By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.