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Posted by on July 21, 2010 at 07:16:16:

There are millions of people living in Nigeria and a lot also living outside the country. If you are Nigerian or a friend of Nigeria, let's share your opinions here on what you see happening in Nigeria.
On my own part, I know that the IGP police just helped in securing the release of a couple of journalists at Obingwa, Abia state who were said to have been kidnapped and a ransom of N200 million was initially place on their head. I think the Nigerian police are really trying and with the recent sending of police teams to those states with high rates of kidnapping like the south east, kidnapping will certainly be out of fashion.

What is happening in your own part of Nigeria, even if it is a small Nigerian community within or outside the country?




Comments:
    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Amaka on July 23, 2010 at 04:10:55:

    I love the way Jonathan gave Aki a National award. It is on the papers today.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Sandra Talsma on July 25, 2010 at 09:03:14:

    I am a victim of email fraud coming out of Nigeria, I have lost my entire retirement because of these scams. I have turned to the EFCC, for help and have been scammed again by the very person that your country has put in charge of compensating scam victims, Mrs. Fraida Mzamber Waziri, she has lied and cheated me, and scammed me the same as others from your country, and I am angry, and fed up. Some one needs to investigate this woman, who lies to victims and extorts money from them,with what is called advance fee's the same as the original scammers. I have all the proof on my computer, and with a receipt from Western Union, where I sent her money to facilitate a transfer of the funds awarded me, but she chose to place the award to an offshore account thru CBN and now they are demanding $1,500 to activate this account, so more extortion is taking place. Some country hero, Not in my opinion she is a crook,the same as the crooks who scammed and extorted funds from me originally. Shame on those in government of Nigeria, who placed this ultimate scammer in charge.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Felix Okoli on July 25, 2010 at 09:03:14:

    I feel sorry for your case. My best advise is that if you really had all the proof relating to the scam and you still have the details of western union payments, you should inform your local police of the FBI. They treat cases like this regularly and will be in a better position to help you. Going directly to the EFCC since you are outside Nigeria may be a big problem. If you were in Nigeria, going the the EFCC office in Abuja and making an official complaint would have been better and besides, you are not meant to pay any money to the EFCC for services.

    You are not meant to pay any so called EFCC official a single dollalr for making an official complaint, they are paid by Nigeria's Federal govt.
    However, there are still two questions that I would like to be answered:

    1. Which EFCC official did you contact and how?
    2. What kind of business were you involved in with the Nigerian scammer?


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by dcoded on July 30, 2010 at 00:28:40:

    People and political groups are discussing on whether or not to support Jonathan for a second term


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Pastor abimbola oluwasogo on July 30, 2010 at 02:14:45:

    Nigeria people have forget there God they rely on power & wealth . Nigeria must expecting war very soon.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Ernest Chinedu Asogwa on July 30, 2010 at 02:12:35:

    Nigerians need to think ahead and act according to achieve a common goal realising that once the common goal is achieved, the individual goal is also permisible.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by EMMANUEL AKPAN on July 30, 2010 at 05:56:02:

    I just read on the internet from confedration of african tennis website, that a nigeria under 14 girl by name sarah adegoke, won the just concluded itf west and central africa circuit in senegal, the girl won the single of the two legs of the competition, and she has been ranked the no. 3 seed in africa. Can you imagine that non of our newspaper covers the story, we need to encourage this little girl who has made nigeria proud, let us give other sport more publicity.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Michael on July 30, 2010 at 05:56:02:

    Thumbs up to our Super Falcons. They just did what men could not do. They have won Colombia and have qualified for the final game against Germany at the FIFA women's world cup. They have already made history as the first African team to reach the women's semi final and if they win the world cup, it will make us proud and kinda put shame to our Inglorious Super Eagles.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Eazy on July 30, 2010 at 15:21:04:

    CORRUPTION IN THE OFFICE OF THE MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS IN ABUJA.
    The new government or president should look into the bad conducts of all the new offices of his government to wash away all the bad ants that are causing nigeria into a down fall.
    I had a bad experience when I sent my younger brother from Delta State to the ministry of foreign affairs in Abuja to endorse my birth certificate, the endorsement fees was 'six hundred naira', after he has paid the endorsement fees, he was told to wait for one week before the collection of the endorsed birth certificate, he returned back to Delta State with the photo copy of the birth certificate and the receipt of the endorsement fees. After one week he travelled back to Abuja to collect the birth certificate, and the SURPRISE was "the birth certificate is lost in the office" despite the photo copy of the birth certificate and the receipt of the endorsement fees presented before those who are incharge in the office, there was no way to recover the birth certificate, every thing including all the transportation fares and the fees for obtaining the original birth certicate in Asaba Delta State was all wasted, my younger brother was told that he must bribe them with six to fifteen thousand naira in the office of the ministry of foreign affairs before endorsing the document, and that was why the document could not be found.

    My younger brother went back to Asaba to obtain another original birth certificate and travelled back to Abuja to present the new document with a bribe of six thousand naira, the endorsement fees, before the document was able to be endorsed by the foreign minister.

    Why is such corruption in the office of ministry of foreign affairs were good example suppose to come from for the world to see. Big shame to the minister of foreign affairs and his workers.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by M.K. Abednego on August 01, 2010 at 10:27:44:

    Nigeria is a land of milk and honey but our leaders are the one taking every.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Peter John on August 03, 2010 at 22:34:39:

    The old Nigeria Civil Defence officers frowned at the recruitment of new officers without verifying or promoting them.
    The question is the person to be blamed; the Commandant General of Civil Defence or the Board: Federal Ministry of Interior.
    This has drastically reduced the performance of these old officers. By virtue of rank, the old officers are compelled to give complement to the new recruited officers. It has further caused internal war within new and old Nigeria Civil Defence officers.
    Promotion as one the motivational incentives is one of the things that can bring out the best performances from any one.
    If nothing is done to correct this, it could lead to something disastrous than the ones on ground now.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Okpan Ukpo on August 04, 2010 at 13:02:59:

    Akanu Ukwu ATOU.COM in Ohafia LGA,Abia Stateh
    has been in darkness without electricity supply and water for over 1year now.


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by John on August 05, 2010 at 23:58:40:

    Why is VIO and LASTMA in Lagos state terrorizing motorists on the road and destroying their driver's license randomly. Federal govt should do something to save us from these people


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Oliver Ufenyi on August 25, 2010 at 04:00:07:

    Nigerian is a very big country, with so many erthnic groups. Is a place u can not wait to see. It is nice to be in Nigerian today. thanks


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Nnamdi on August 25, 2010 at 04:00:07:

    2 weeks in Lagos and No light. Na wa o! They say that there are installing transformers everywhere and there are also rumours of strike by Nepa and Tanker drivers. Chukwu zo ba anyi!


    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by BABS on October 28, 2010 at 03:45:09:

    nigeria is dire sick



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Okechukwu stanley on March 08, 2011 at 03:10:06:

    In Nigeria today. We are having low standard of living in terms of social eminities and infrastructural fercilities like electricities which is the esential qualities of a developed and standard Countries. But I thank God that the remedy has arived, the one that will lead us to a greater extend, Godluck Jonathan is the formular today the epuation.....



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Okechukwu stanley on March 08, 2011 at 03:10:06:

    In Nigeria today. We are having low standard of living in terms of social eminities and infrastructural fercilities like electricities which is the esential qualities of a developed and standard Countries. But I thank God that the remedy has arived, the one that will lead us to a greater extend, Godluck Jonathan is the formular today the epuation.....



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Chioma on March 17, 2011 at 13:51:36:

    Election year. Power supply is getting better. Federal and state govs seem to be doing better. PDP wants to win more states like Lagos and some other states. Kidnapping has reduced. No more militancy in Niger delta. Everything seems peaceful for now.
    I want Jonathan to win can carry on



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Andrew on April 07, 2011 at 11:05:23:

    Jega has just postponed elections for a second time now. I hope the saturday date is certain



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Victor Ojukwu on April 27, 2011 at 05:39:41:

    Hundreds of people died in d presidential election which took place on d 16 of april 2011.




    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Victor Ojukwu on April 27, 2011 at 05:39:41:

    Hundreds of people died in d presidential election which took place on d 16 of april 2011.




    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by var string1 = "abigail"; var string2 = "@"; var string3 = "yahoo.com"; var string5 = "umukoro abigail"; var string4 = string1 + string2 + string3; document.write("" + string5 + ""); //--> on May 13, 2011 at 05:58:56:

    i dont't still understand what is really going on in this our country. talking about our youthcoppers who were killed in the northern part of this country. please as a nigeria am not happy about the incident. ok if we say we should start killing the muselms who are living here in the south, you know things will begin to go bad and where will not be peace in this country. so as a nigeria , am beging our president to do something about the bad behaviour of the northerns conserning the southers because we all are one. thank u mr president.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by kola on June 25, 2011 at 05:38:55:

    i love nigeria but one thin
    is were did haive good leard




    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by felix osarobo idehen on July 10, 2011 at 13:06:23:

    Boko Haram is threatening nigeria`s unity.i've heard of bomb blast today 3pm 10/7/2011 in suleja niger state.GOD SAVE NIGERIA MY DEAR COUNTRY.IN JESUS NAME.AMEN



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by jega on August 12, 2011 at 16:07:45:

    the best answer to this is only God can save. he said if my people who are call by my name would humble themself and pray he would here them from haven above and heal their land . God would heal ourland in jesus name.Amen



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by ivie orobor on August 26, 2011 at 06:58:23:

    nigeria politicians and the northerners are spoiling the image of the country,i think the northerners need to be taken to a secluded place out of nigeria to start up their own country and also the politicians need to start tinking as matured people not kids.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Pius on September 11, 2011 at 07:04:12:

    Nigeria is a giant of Africa for mouth. I have been to 17 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe and I found out that Nigeria is a village of Africa. In fact, Nigerian's mentality is very different from the rest of the world and Nigerians seems to be virus in so many countries. The greedy people in Nigeria government should change from their evil ways if not they will see their death with their eyes. Let there be light first in Nigeria because God created light in the beginning. God is light and Satan is darkness, that means Nigerian government is of the darkness. Entire Nigeria need to make a change so that God will brighten our country to be glistering like gold and silver......light, light, light.........



    The problem we get from our leader in Nigeria? Posted by TAHIR HJA NG on September 24, 2011 at 10:11:41:

    As u say God bless our country but our leaders make our raw materials money as their own money,they refuse that God is the one that give us all this but they think as they found from there mother store,this is all the problem of our leader.woooh see we have crued oil,cocoa,cotton,farm crops etc.see all this in our country but our on way is the most second poorer in africa.BY TAHIR H.HJA NG



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Kay9ice on October 15, 2011 at 00:22:19:

    Dis message is to d government, there are lots of problem in kwara states, due to this, people are dieing and the rate at which people are dieing is high, pls and pls find a solution to it.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Felix on November 28, 2011 at 02:15:28:

    It's almost time for Christmas and people are already doing their shopping.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by oyodime on January 03, 2012 at 09:00:27:

    what the hell is this oil subsidy and why are there so much killing and fire out burst. Should Nigeria just decide for peace sake is this barbaric Islamic followers can't get their shit together goddam it.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by prince on January 08, 2012 at 11:40:33:

    y my frnds won boomb d country na e no gud ohooo



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by onyekachi ogbonna on January 21, 2012 at 04:09:32:

    when do we stop fight'n each other , one nigeria i knw b4 is not again, bomb blast every day. Lets love one another, stop killing, oil oil i wounder, let join hands 2make nigria one of d best country. Know job, nothing is moving.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by solox on January 31, 2012 at 05:29:10:

    innocent sours have bein killed for notin,police are not doin anytin about it



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by odinaka on February 15, 2012 at 08:24:21:

    let us gave our leaders some time



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by okolie matthew on March 24, 2012 at 05:05:43:

    Nigerian is my country..i know but we are running out from our fathers land..why?cuz of so called boko haram help us God..to find a solution for this problem..



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by modupe ogunlewe on April 16, 2012 at 14:23:02:

    most of the problem is from pdp, and boko haram



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Samuel oluwatosin Alaro on April 23, 2012 at 02:35:26:

    Great gud son and daughters of Nigeria let ensure we join our hands with d president of Nigeria(GOOD LUCK) IN OTHER 4 Us 2 enjy the 7POINT AGENDA OF OUR COUNTRY NIGERIA CONTINUE 2 EXCEL FAVOUR Blessing,peace is our,s no any boko haram wil b able 2 rule over us in jesus Name i loVE NIGERIA



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Danjuma Jafaru. on May 18, 2012 at 01:20:10:

    In Nigeria today, why do we have the local govt secteriate and the chairmen? Is it not to run the affairs of the local govt, but to my greatest supprise the chairmen will just be in the office looting public found and doing nothing to help the community instead sitting down wating for the state govt to do their work for them. I don't understand, the survention given to the local govt is it to pay only the staff of that local govt. Let Nigerian see to this problem.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Godwin Ekwote o, on Thursday June 6, 2013 at 6:25:13:

    Our country Nigeria used to be a peace loving nation and people but now politics, religious difference, tribal sentiments and above all ethnic interest has turn every body apart.
    God help us.



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by A FAITH OLAMIDE on Monday September 23, 2013 at 17:5:5:

    nigeria will soon be one of the advise country in the world



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Junior on Friday September 27, 2013 at 13:25:54:

    There is a question that have been facing us and our leaders overlook it,and the question says when is nigeria going to be a better place but our leaders who are supposed to answer that are the one's spoling nigeria but God will answer us one day



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by mufutaudeen oyedola on Friday December 6, 2013 at 13:21:30:

    i as a student pls we ar beging u now that will should return to our school, we have tied of this long holiday pls pls pls



    Re: What is Happening in Nigeria? Posted by Eze Henry Chioma on Tuesday December 10, 2013 at 13:51:30:

    To my brother and sister who has been in Nigeria and outside Nigeria as a golden friend of Nigeria place i said to each and everyone of use to on paying for Nigeria as a result of long life.











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