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What Have You Done For Our Sick President ?

Its True that our Dear president is very sick,

It is also true that he refused to resign despite the clamor of many Nigerians for him to step down.

Let us now examine ourselves on the roles we are playing on his sickness,

How many of Us make special Prayers for this man Everyday ?

Or Remember him in our Daily Prayers ?

How many of Us Visited him in Saudi Arabia because he seems to me like someone who will visit a sick friend,

And Because he is our Elected President ?

How may of Us actually wish him well ?

Or do we just have to seat back on our Computers and condemn our elected Leader ?

Sometimes i ask myself this question : If this man is not a good leader, who is ?

At a time he initiated and brought peace to Niger-delta,

The sickness worsened. What happened ?

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@poster,

what do u expect me to do for someone who is been used against me? yar adua if u don't know is a stumbling block to many nigerians and many are waiting to celebrate the way most of us did in june 1998 when aba, waka.

if u must know, this is my prayer everyday not only for yar adua but also for all pdp and other politicians who have denied us all the good things God blessed nigeria with.

God, u blessed us with a lot of mineral and human resources but some people have sworn not to see us smile. papa, for those who have denied us smile and make us cry everyday, visit them with the same life they wish us.

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On the 9th of November 2009,I candidly advised him to resign in a 10 point discourse titled 10 critical reasons why President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua must resign now.His health issue topped the list of 10.Didn't I try.I looked into the future after analysis of the past two and half years of his administration and realized that it was in his best interest to resign. Read the blog and see for yourself nigeriarevolutuion.blogspot.com

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How could people not understand a simple question ?

No wonder many people fail exams.

i did not ask why you didnt do anything or why you hate your president.

I asked what you have done for him.

Now you can shut up if you dont want to say anything.

He might have failed you but he did not fail everybody.

Capable hands my foot.

Give me one example of that capable person ?

And give me a guarantee that he will turn Nigeria to Japan in 4 years.

I still maintain that whether we agree or not , he is our Dear President.

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This is CRAPY!

Yaradu is not elected but SELECTED President.

He knew he was sick, he knew OBJ was rigging him on Nigerians. He accepted it ALL.

Anyone that REALLY means well for NIGERIANS would have insisted on CLEAN, CLEAR, FAIR ELECTION in 2007.

I am 100% sure if OBJ had imposed a MONKEY in 2007, Nigerians would have accepted it!!

This guy is greedy useless fellow.

Like others before him, they can all ROT in hell!

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Now please quit sentiments. The important thing right now is that Nigeria should make progress. Nigeria is far bigger than him and he can not hold us to ransom because of his ill health. There are many fathers and husbands in hospitals all over Nigeria who unfortunately cannot afford the luxury of treatments he receives. If I must pray, I should pray for those 1st.

What have I done? I wish him whatever he wishes himself. I cannot love him more than he loves himself. Unfortunately, the more I look at it the more I see someone who does not love his health and life, who prefers to hold on to power at the detriment of his health. I can only pity such person.

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The most insensitive post I have ever seen on Nairaland.

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Atleast i pray for him

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@ poster

Another craps. Someone opened a thread on Nigerian development and some folks like you started putting Nigerian Development in the hands of the public, asking one silly question, 'what we have done for Nigeria'.  Here again, Nigerian president is sick to death, the public got themselves involved seeking for his resignation so that he can take good care of himself, while the country move on with a capable hands. Here You are asking Nigerians what they have done for the president. Probabaly it lies in the hands of the public to pay his hospital bills, take care of a man who doesnt love his life, or Nigerians should fly to suadi to take care of him.

I will be the last person to waste a  sec. of my time praying for a sick man who doesnt love his life. I would never disturb God on a matter that solution lies your hands.

All this Yaradull's relative or whatever should stop making Nigerians look silly and wicked, rather advice the sick man to do the right thing for himself at the right time.

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Does any of that ranting change the fact that he is your elected president?

Mike stop ranting up and down here about health care system

because you have not answered the question i asked you .

Which African Country has that superb health care system?

Since Ghaddafi and Mbeki goes abroad for health check , why wouldnt Our president ?

United states of America and still debating about health care system up till today.

And they are supposed to be numero uno in development.

You seem to be concentrating on Nigeria leadership that you failed to do anything for yourself.

What about WHAT YOU HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO THE NATION ?

I remember i used to join my kinsmen to do the local roads,

we dont wait for President to do it for us .

How many times have you participated on such projects ?

You watch CNN and MTV and fantasize on your bed on how Nigeria should have been America.

My question again mr ?

Where is that super schools and hospitals in Africa,,

If you dont know which countries are in Africa

I will tell you some of them,

You have Togo and Benin Republic Near You. Cameroun and Niger Rep too,

Then there is ghana , civ, senegal , liberia, sierra leone. gabon, eritrea, zambia, mighty zimbabwe, uganda, rwanda, sudan, kenya and co,

Those are your neigbours,

A close look will tell you that we are even better off.

such things dont come easy. Nigeria is a big nation. The biggest in Africa.

The revenue you generate from your oil is not enough to serve such a massive population.

all in all, my question again is

What have you done for your sick president ?

even if he has done nothing for you.

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I could not have put it better, the current call for prayer is just A WEAPON OF MASS DISTRACTION.

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I go wound u oh, na my 1daful nation u dey yab like that?

The giant of Ajegunle africa

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Yar Adua will not make it back period.I'm saying this before 1 one of these T.B Joshua's apologists will come on here and tell us 'how Yar adua's death was predicted'

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U shd be asking them what the idiots that are following him, or even his own family have done for him, except opportunity to go and reside in S.Arabia

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I've done nothing, for our sick President.

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Me and you on same boat.

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. . .But why is the poster so suddenly sympathetic 2wards Yar'adua.

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Let's face it folks,the president has expired.his condition is irreversible,he's just a deadman walking bedridden.No amount of prayers can bring him back,God is not an author of confusion,there's a time to be born and a time to rturn to dust.

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Beautiful question.

That is why i dont care whatever happens to him, he could die for all i care, cos what happens to all the people that cant afford to be taken out of the nation for health care, and yet nothing locally.

No go better for the person that say make him no die.

Fukcing a$$hole.

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Yar'adua has been in executive position in the last 10years

why has he not provided adequate healthcare to tackle his own problem locally?

Maybe you have enough reasons to celebrate Yar'adua, maybe you benefit from his passive Government, but if you are like the rest of us 150 million Nigerians who suffer everyday with the failure of leadership we have always seen in this country and who have become hopeless of any change in sight because of Yar'adua's non-existent leadership you will understand why the question 'what have you done for Mr President' is an insult on the sensibilities of Nigerians.

I don't expect you to get it because that you will even set up a thread like this says you wont.

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sorry mayne. . . we done. . .

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@COLD AND PHILADELPHIA

i suggest you swap emails and take your business out of the thread please.

where are this moderators when you need them ?

@mikeansy

I have seen American citizens flown to German Hospitals for special treatments,

No one country has it all. I have seen Americans go to Indian Doctors to perform operations.

I have also seen ordinary business men , traders in Alaba and Idumota, Importers from Trade fair complex and actresses travel to oversee to have their babies born there.  

So the presidents daughter have every right as a citizen of the world to go anywhere he can afford and have her baby.

Yasser arafat died in a French hospital. his people worship him today like a god.

Ghaddafi goes to italy for medical check up.

Having a good hospital is one thing, keeping special and expensive doctors and paying them what they could earn in USA is another thing.

The transition to special hospitals, schools and so on is directly proportional to the transition to political democracy.

Believe it or not , we are still a third world country born in 1914 and baptized in 1960 and we are improving like every other third world country.

Maybe at a slow rate but we are improving.

Which African Country have that special Hospital and special school that develop special scientists and so on?

What difference would you have made if we elect you our president today ?

You sound like this saharareporters who never see anything good in anybody except themselves,

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The world is just laughing at us!!!!

GIANT OF AFRICA MY FOOT!!!!!!!!!!!

A country that prays to God to come down from heaven to implement its constitution.

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By the way those who want us to celebrate the so called Peace Negotiations in the Niger-Delta by the Yar'adua regime wants to speak about his regime as if it began in October 2009. It did not.

The last time I checked Yar'adua came to power in May 2007 and since then we have had varous massacres of Nigerian citizens in the Niger-delta.

Stage Managing the return of light weapons which investigation show that some of the weapons returned were actually Government weapons is no achievement. What we should rather hope to celebrate is when infrastructural developments have begun in Niger-Delta until then there is nothing to celebrate.

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alrite homie. . .take am easy oh. . .we must do reunion now lol

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Nothing but to ask when he's going to give us the 6000 megawatts he promised

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Ok nothin do u,let me know when u dey enta 9ja maq i try work my schedule to fit in cuz me too dey enta nxt yr & i'm hopin for a reunion.I dey Coventry city,hook me up on FB

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ok i know who u be now. . .men i dey philadelphia. . .but i hope to return naija next yr

wetin eboh dey up to sef. . .i got eboh as a friend on facebook. . .so i go look for u add u there

cheers homie

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Man for the record ma name is KC, i blv u can deduce the rest.I'm just gettin a much earned rest after my graduation.How u dey,what's the 411? Me & Eboh kip in touch on a regular. sorry peeps for derailin

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if u say so. . but again having a relatively weak currency is not a bad thing for a developing economy like ours

u should go see the exchange rate in turkey or indonesia. . .

i think its close to 800 to $1 in turkey

and more than 1000 to $1 in indonesia

a weak currency discourages imports and helps local industries. . .

hell even the US now supports a weak dollar. . .

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wassup ma nigga. . .u ebohs friend? where u at now?

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its not what i think,its what the CBN thinks. .  . .

however,what that price stability does for u,is that it allows all the companies that are operating in nigeria to be able to plan 2 to 3yrs ahead

without having exchange rate risk. . for example dangote sugar announced a plan for upgrade to its factories to be able to produce 10million tonnes annually by 2013 or so

they can have a budget for this without worrying that the naira will spiral out of control

as for commodity prices,well all things being equal,they should be stable too. . .

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And you think 150 is the average, cos we dont want it too high, nor too low?

At 150, what do u think will happen to the price of commodity?

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lets see did u go to university of abuja. . .or command secondary school in ipaja lagos?

cause thats were i went

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foriegn exchange management is more about stability than where it is in an absolute form

for example u wouldnt want the naira too strong,because imports would flood nigeria

u wouldnt want it too weak because u have a sizable amount of goods imported,which would then cause inflation cause of the weak naira

so the ability to manage your currency and keep it stable is what matters

the CBN has said they want it in that band of N150 to a dollar. . .plus or minus 3%

its like the chinese yuan peg to the dollar. . .the chinese couldnt pull it off if they didnt have the reserves to back it up

same here

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Sound math and reality, it is still not real and does not make a single sense.

Naira being devalued will achieve nothing to the nation.

Nation like China is enjoying the devaluation of their currency, cos they produce things and cos they have environment suitable for such, but we have nothing, so devaluing the Niara is dumb.

I do agree that all we have to show for good money was and is Oil, however, oil per barrel aint stable, this the yoyo of our money, but the FG needs to move and do something else, soon, people will cry, cos we are just a consuming nation and we export almost everything.

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Lets not go out of the topic plz

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again u may argue blindly,but that doesnt remove the facts that. . .

nigeria imports a lot of goods into the country,exchange rate stability has a direct impact on the cost of final goods sold in the country

perhaps u should move to zimbabwe see what it means not to have a stable macro economy

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Stop contradicting yourself. How does keeping the dollar at 150 help.

Nigeria is an import based economy. It pays us if the dollar is low, people will have more buying power. If we were japan, it would have made sense.

As it stands, things will only remain the same or become more expensive. In the case, i would have been affected negatively and not positively so ur theory is out the door.

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i am not talking only theory,but sound economics

the cbn has decided to keep the naira in a band around N150 plus or minus 3%

their ability to do this is a direct result of increased inflow of dollars

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I support you on that.

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Maybe it affects you. It definitely does not affect ME. I am speaking for myself okay.

FOREX ko ninja turtle ni.

We have always had oil so that is not news. More stable economic environment, sheesh, i laugh in NINJA ASSASSIN.

Increased oil prod. only means more money for cabals and nnpc buffons.

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How i wish that was true, cos the last time i changed money, still bought $$ for 154 in |December when we have more yankee people around with more $$ in circulations . . . . .so your theory dont sound like a fact.

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increase in oil production,leads to increase in forex

this leads to a more stable macro-economic environment in the country and a steady and perhaps appreciating naira

that means inflation is tame. . .so it affects u

if u dont think so. . .look at zimbabwe,see what an unstable macro-economy looks like

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What am i supposed to have done for him?

What has he done for himself, than to check into an hospital and even a fool would have done that?

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You are missing a key word here. You asked the question what have you done for our sick president.

I said he hasn't impacted me in any way. I am not from the Niger delta so how does that put food on my table. The only thing peace in the ND has done is to increase oil production. Increase in oil production does not benefit me either. Rather i will end up suffering because there will be downstream deregulation soon and petrol prices will increase and i will have to pay higher bus fares.

I never said IBB was good or anything. I only said what I benefitted from him

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Ok all of a sudden IBB becomes the best President We have ever had.

Maybe You forgot that some stopped the massacre in Niger delta.

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Obasanjo did not do anything for me. But wait a minute, OBJ did not fall sick so i didn't have to do anything for him.

Babangida built the third mainland bridge that i use everyday before i can get to the island.

I don't know who buhari is. Don't care bout him

Yaradua has not impacted me in any way so y should i care. I am speaking for myslef and no one else

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Hmm hmm maybe he shuld live d post ok join lagosland.wen.ru

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The same very thing Obasanjo, Babangida, Buhari etc Did for You.

He is our President.

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What did the president do for me when he was in office.

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