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  • Alhaji Asimiyu Sunny Sobowale

    Thanks my fellow concerned citizen. All those insulting me for expressing my view do not realize how many of our local businesses that have closed and driven out of business because of Shola Omole and co’s decision to ban our own native wears. Think of Fashion designers and all their employees who design those lovely dresses and head ties which makes general public to go out and buy them after seeing them on newscasters and presenters. I hope the damage could be reversed before more damage is done to our economy.

  • Ekpo Be

    It’s a free world, and that’s the beauty of Democracy though most people still need to understand that their freedom start where others’ stop. Expressing ones opinion on matters like this, is not necessarily a criticism on NTA, and I don’t believe NTA would view it as such, rather such should be helpful in its policy formulation. Some years ago a white lady said to me “it’s a shame”, when she asked me what language I do think and reason with, and I said “English”.

  • airlord republic

    my regards to NTA for the feeding of information and update about this 2015 election, most esp. to people like us living outside nigeria

  • Kemi Sanni

    He’s not honest. Can’t trust him

  • Frank Demo

    what kind of fish brain do these so called profs have? Can’t they communicate to Nigerians. Someone please tell them ‘three three two’ is not the same as three hundred and thirty two. For goodness sake not everyone can get a clear picture from the way they call the numbers.

    • Ani

      Ho nooo, i thought i was the only one suffering from this disgrace. It is so unfortunate, I wonder what they teach their students. chaiiiiiiiiiii

  • jonathan

    what ever the INEC wants let them do on this election,whether man likes it or not the decision of God is the final and no man can stop it

  • Ani

    It obvious and i am not surprise at your comment, but people like you who do not understand and appreciate core traditional value always miss the real thing. Don’t forget that the English dress they are dressed in is their own traditional attire. Indeed you are overwhelmed by the word “change” which i am not sure you really understand it meaning, you are better get yourself more educated. Thanks.

  • Ani

    Over sabi. Lecture us. I am sure the much you know about computer or IT is just Microsoft World. Understand before you think, Think before you talk,

  • Ani

    It is good to note that you have done nothing wrong, it’s just a personal opinion which i also agree to. Thank you for this observance which appear blur to those that criticize, i only hope they realize that their/our culture is been diminished.

  • Ani

    I am ashamed of your thought, but you can still learn to understand. It is not too late for you Corne.

    • Charles Osby

      {NEVER MIND THE TRUTH THAT WILL SET YOU FREE} : I UNDERSTAND THE AFRICAN BLINDNESS, IT WAS PLANED THAT WAY FOR YOU TO FORGET YOUR GREATNESS ! OUT OF 800 MILLION AFRICANS,90 % ARE THOSE WHO ARE A PROGRAM OF WHITE AND ASIAN SUPREMECY! THOSE WHO ARE YOUR ENEMY THAT YOU DO’NT SEE WALKING AMONG YOU ! THEY SEE YOU BUT YOU DO’NT SEE THEM ! YOU WERE NEVER MENT TO OBTAIN CONSCIOUSNESS AND ARE MENTALLY DEAD ! IT’S SO EASY FOR CONSCIOUS AFRICANS TO SEE AND RECOGNISE UNCONSCIOUS AFRICANS! THEY ARE OURENEMIES BEST WORK ! WHAT I SPEEK IS KNOWN BY HIGHLY EDUCATED AFRICAN MEN AND WOMEN THAT PUT THEIR LIFE IN HARMS’ WAY TO RESTORE OUR MINDS BY REINTRODUCING US TO A 5 MILLION YEARS CARBON DATED HISTORY, 30,000 YEARS OF RECORDED HISTORY KNOWN AS THE KEMETIC { MEDU-NETER} THE SPEACH OF GOD AND MEROE LANGUAGE THAT WAS USED TO PROTECT WHAT WAS WRITTEN IN THE LANGUAGE, { MEDU-NETER} ! JUST BECAUSE MOST AFRICANS DO,NT KNOW ,WE KNOW MR. ANI ! WE ARE THE MODERN GRIATS THAT KEEP OUR LONG LIVED EVIDENCE OF HISTORICAL INFORMATION SO THAT OTHERS (OUR ENEMIES-THE BEAST,SERPENTS AND THE DRAGONS) CAN’NT COLONISE OUR LEGACY UNTO THEMSELVES AND SAYING TO US, YOU WERE ONLY MONKEYS SWINGING FROM TREES UINTILL THEY CAME AND GAVE US (JESUS), (MUHAMMED), (ABRAHAM AND MOSES), (BUDAH) AND(GHANDI) ! WE THE CONSCIOUS AFRICANS ,SAY, “WE SEE DEAD PEOPLE” WHEN WE ENCOUNTER AFRICAN PEOPLE THAT ARE DEAFT, DUMB AND BLIND BARRIED INTHE GRAVE OF IGNORANCE OF WHITE AND ASIAN CAUCCASIANS SUPREMECY WHO IF YOU TRUELY STUDY THEIR HISTORICAL RECORDS ARE (1.) THE BEAST, (2.) SERPENT AND (3.) THE DRAGON ! ” A TREE CAN AND WILL NEVER LIVE WITHOUT ITS ROOTS IN THE EARTH AND ITS ROOTS REACHING ABOVE THE EARTH ” ! THIS IS THE LAW OF OPPOSITES THAT GRANT THE TREE FOOD FROM ABOVE AND FOOD FROM BELOW ! IN RETURN, THE TREE RELEASES OXYGEN SO THAT LIFE ON EARTH EXIST !

  • Yoko Zuna

    I prefer them in Victoria Secret’s.

  • Yoko Zuna

    The country is drowning and you worry about dress code of news presenters?

    • lionhatz

      hahahahahahahahahahah bros you kill person ooooo

    • Vincent

      They are blind

    • amador kester

      Well ND they do make a big rumpus about foreign dress codes forgetting that they are cmmunicating here in a foreign language,studied their chemistry,biology,calculus and geology etc at their respective universities not in yoruba,igbo,hausa,or fulde but in a foreign language and perhaps do write their personal letters in a foreign language. They have serendipitiously realized the values of utilitarian pragmatism. Why then should dress code be any different? Could a practical engineer not be more functionally enhanced with a smart western suit or even a simple shirt and tie dressing than the cumbersome african agbada and buba? Well lets emulate the smart promenthus the symbol of the Aryan race for stealing the fire from heavens, the fire of pragmatism,fire of technology,fire of functionality,, fire of practical imaginative problemsolving repertoire of skills and if we could emulate these skills ( and of course we could excel in the
      ) lets st complaining and apply our tim with grester discretion of efforts as time mnagement makes axa lot of difference to. nationhooed

  • Yoko Zuna

    And don’t take that Englishman’s plane when you go to London. Take your okada (at least that’s made-in-China)

  • Yoko Zuna

    NTA watched by whole wide world? We don’t even get proper NTA signals in Nigeria.

  • Yoko Zuna

    NPF don’t need investigation nor inquiry.

  • airlord republic

    My regard to NTA for feeding us the situation of the election so far we can see it is peaceful election all over the state

  • Folorunsho Sunday Olanrewaju

    IF I’M THE MR PRESIDENT GOOD LUCK JONATHAN ARE WE JUST LEAVE THE PRESIDENT VILER AND IF YOU REFUSE TO DO THAT AM READY TO DEAL WITH YOU WITH INTERNATIONAL POWER AND MY POWER

  • John Kenn Ekundayo

    I’m very proud of the NTA, Prof Jega, and all the other profs reporting from each state. Above all, I thank God for Nigerians.

  • man

    You so backwards what have ur traditional values added to humanity. The only thing i knw is opression over the poor. If the slave master kept to his tradition you would have remain a slave till now remember we did not fight for our freedom they did within them self

    • Vick

      Culture they say is the peoples way of life. We cant do without our culture and tradition.

  • man

    We have no values, they are whitch craft. Opression, bribing and corruption in high scale

  • Steve o

    This platform is never meant for what we are using it for. Can we call ourselves to order and stop exposing our black hearts.

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  • CEO

    @disqus_bDFk53jHtK:disqus You are the person that is not serious here, that is how we are loosing everything we have and no regards for our way of life. Whats going on now is mental slavery, no one is taking you to the slave ship, you brain is there already.

  • Olumide Adeneye

    say baba say Buhari

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  • Ola

    Bush donald

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    Please help us out, send this message across to the Rivers State Governor

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  • Odion (East Europe)

    Really silly comment, what is wrong with wearing corporate clothing’s, ask those working in banks, federal ministry and other corporate organisation in Nigeria what they wear to work Monday to Thursday, please don’t be tribalistic.

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  • omon

    you are right,everyone as freedom of expression

  • Jeremiah Mbong, Ph.D

    I am hearing all these Nigerian intelligentsia beating their chest about Nigerian having arrived at the Promise Land of democracy because Goodluck Jonathan concede the election before it was called by INEC. Who are these guys? It’s shameful, it is like saying a 50 year old man finally learn how to go into the bathroom to pee instead of on his bed. Lets celebrate! Hallelujah! For all the dead in Rivers, Akwa Ibom etc. Screw them!. lets celebrate! Nigeria will continue to under perform as long as the intelligentsia keep rubbing its balls.

  • Umar Mustapha

    this is on acceptable as a Nigerians we most showcase our tradition to make other countries follow our step as long as newscaster and presenters wear a English dress instead of our Nigerian attires as long the continue this we can see the news again 4 NTA and we can not be happy with the entire management of the NTA

  • victor osamudiamen

    look does african regard their cityzen leader does not gives african cityzen their right

  • victor osamudiamen

    thanks dr

  • victor osamudiamen

    a country without light is and good road .no water no transpirency of government they give all belong to afrian to colonist thans dr for truth discusion of immigrant

  • victor osamudiamen

    immigrants from nigeria is not base on one particuler people both fron north easth south west of nigeria and africans even asian s

  • victor osamudiamen

    the earopeans and the americans are the first to be ilegal to african

  • Vick

    You are on track. We cant do without our culture and tradition…

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  • noname anonymous

    Nigeria is not great. Let us call a spade a spade and then perhaps we may be able to turn it into something more than a spade. Patriotism must be based on fact, otherwise it is empty, false and leads to disaster. We have elected a known murderer and human rights abuser, Buhari, into the position of president. The gravity of this seems to have escaped most people. But then again human life is cheap in Nigeria. We are also in this arrangement called Nigeria by force not of our own volition. We should have referendums all over the country and any part of the country that votes to secede must be allowed to. It is its God given right. Even if a tribe or area consists of only 5 people and it wants its full independence, it is entitled to it. No one has a right to impose external rule on it. Until referendums are held, Nigeria remains just a Northern dominated country held together at gunpoint by a Northern dominated military, police and parliament.

    • Temitope

      Elections are over, Mr wailer!

      • noname anonymous

        The elections may be over but resistance still continues. We will not allow Buhari a free hand. The struggle continues.

        • Mustafa Kamaye

          Wait for 2019. Its very near.

    • Vincent

      I totally agree with you. Britain that opposed our referendum have it’s own with Scottish government and again will have another one with EU soon.Why not nigeria? The people that has nothing in common.

    • L D I-Moses

      NTA reply

      What has dress code got to do with elections? Do you really
      mean to say the majority of Nigerians who voted are stupid or non-compos
      mentis? Do you really mean that? Is that
      the impression you have of Nigerians? The elections may or may have been
      perfect but at least majority of Nigerians made their choice. You have to, at
      least, give credit to where it is due. If
      you’re not happy with the result, lodge your petition against the election return.
      It is apparent that you’ll still be unhappy with Nigerian people even if
      they had elected God to rule the country.

      This is a case of
      sour grapes from someone that has no name, yes a nonentity and nonentities will
      always hide behind sour grapes of anonymity. You’re stewing in the cesspit of
      your own making and it will continue to eat you up in anonymity.

      And, what has
      dress code got to do with “…this arrangement called Nigeria”? If you’re not
      happy with it you have the God given right to legitimately campaign for a referendum.
      You can also ‘lobby’ parliament if you wish. You can’t change things hiding under
      the cloak of anonymity. So if you have any balls come out into the open. It is detestable
      to come here, hiding behind anonymity and accusing someone of murder. He may or may not be a murderer. I don’t know.
      If you have any evidence put it out on social media.

      Please enlighten
      me as to where a tribe of 5 people have called for independence. So I can
      gather a few of my Urhobo wayo brothers to advocate for referendum for my
      little village to become independence.

      Yes Nigeria is dominated by the north. Am I happy with it? Hell no. But if our
      leaders, Awo (RIP) and Zik (RIP) in particular, had worked together, it would
      have been a different ball game today.
      Instead, they chose to politically destabilise the each other; one even decided
      to prostitute himself for political advantage. You remember the “beautiful
      bride scenario”? (They sought ‘her’ here, and they sought ‘her’ there like the
      Scarlet Pimpernel.) Even as we speak, some Ibos can’t stand the Yorubas and
      vice versa. Northerners know this and they played both Awo and Zik to their own
      advantage. This self-destructive divisiveness must stop
      if we are to break the yoke of northern domination.

      Perhaps we
      can borrow a leaf from the political books of the Ibru brothers instead of
      tearing ourselves apart. Towards the
      mid-80s one of them joined NPN and the other, UPN. We (the Ibrus and I) hail from the same place
      but I’m far from as wealthy as they are; I doff my hat for them because I don’t
      have two kobo to rub together. Back then
      parts of Delta State were staunch supporters of NPN, including myself. I was
      not happy with what they did: one joining NPN and the other fraternising with
      UPN. I was young and perhaps a little
      naïve then. With hindsight, I now see it as a political masterstroke. Every
      which way was a win win situation for the family: a win for UPN would have made no difference
      because there would have been someone protecting their interests. Ditto for a
      win for NPN.

      At this
      juncture, I’d implore the Yorubas to pay heed to what the late Pa Ogunde said
      eons ago: “Yoruba e ronu.” And you Ibos
      stop the self-destructive path you are still propagating. The northern domination issue can be solved
      politically if we wholeheartedly pull together.
      No ogbunigwe will be needed.
      No blood shall be shed

      My reverence to all the great names I mentioned, for theirs
      is true grit greatness. I mean no
      disrespect but it is what it is.

      • noname anonymous

        If dress code has nothing to do with elections, why was Buhari parading himself in Ibo costume during the elections?

        When Hitler came to power in Germany the majority of Germans were in favour of him. Were they stupid? The answer obviously is yes, because as the historical facts show, Hitler led his country to destruction. So just because the majority of Nigerians voted for Buhari does not mean they are not stupid (besides it was not a large majority that voted for Buhari; the election was actually quite close).

        Forgive me for being anonymous and a non-entity but it is also we nameless people that vote in elections and maintain our democratic right to vote anonymously and to voice our opinions anonymously in the press too. Buhari being voted in does not mean we are voiceless or damned to a cesspit: this is a democracy and if Buhari comes up with imbecilic policies we can urge our representatives in the Senate and House of Reps to vote them down and make sure they do not see the light of day. (However, if all the Northern senators/representatives vote for a policy Buhari proposes, it will make it through because they have an automatic majority in the assembly – this is why we have to put an end to Northern domination and form our own independent countries – we should put the question of independence to a referendum or several referendums across the country).

        Buhari is a murderer – he was responsible for the massacre in Asaba during the civil war. He also murdered drug convicts using a retroactive decree (against an internationally accepted fundamental legal principle that you can only be subjected to a sentence that was in the law at the time you committed your crime). He was also indirectly involved in the murders of Ironsi and Fajuyi, being one of the major Northerners that planned and carried out the July ’66 coup. There is no statute of limitations on murder and Buhari should be convicted for all of the above even at this late stage.

        A figurative 5 people are the 3 or 4 million remaining American Indians who want their continent back but have to play to the tune of the other 325 million immigrants (or descendants of immigrants). The number 5 was used to illustrate the fundamental principle of a fundamental right to independence regardless of size of population or size of country. Another figurative 5 people were the Biafrans who were denied their God-given right to independence. I agree with you that unity between the Yoruba and Ibo is a way to break the Northern yoke; this unity is what should have happened during the Biafran war – the Yoruba should have united with the Ibo to drive the Northerners back North, and then should have formed their own separate independent countries afterwards. That way everybody would have been extremely happy – no Ibo man being dominated by the Yoruba or Hausa/Fulani in his own country, no Hausa/Fulani being dominated by the Yoruba or Ibo in his own country etc.

        The bottom line is that if someone takes your property you have a God-given right and a legal right to take your property back, by force if necessary. By the grace of God the situation we are in will not require force, but if we are pushed to it we will respond accordingly. And we will get it right this time. We will form the right alliances and we will call on our allies for immediate nuclear strikes on the aggressor. The North are like the Japanese of the 2nd World War – they claim they will fight to the death for property that does not belong to them. If this is the case they deserve to be struck atomically just like the Japanese were. They have had enough warning and it is time for them to back off.

        • New Nigerian

          ….I am sure the worst you could do is these ranting, God willing. Nigeria and Nigerians everywhere including in Ndigbo wiill be sufficed and all will be well

          • noname anonymous

            Amen.

    • Charles Osby

      WITH RESPECT, BROTHER “ANONYMOUS”, UNDER THE PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATION-(UNDER MOSTLY CHRISTIANS LEADERSHIP), 20 BILLION DOLLARS SEEMED TO HAVE VANISHED OUT OF THIN AIR AND THE HEAD OF THE FEDERAL BANK REPORTED IT TO PRESIDENT “GOOD LUCK” WHO FIRED HIM FOR EXPOSING THIS HUGE THEFT ! UNDER THE PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATION, MOST SOUTHERN,WESTERN,EASTERN AND CENTRAL NIGERIA SAW SOME DEVELOPMENT WHILE “THE NORTH-PREDOMINATELY MUSLIMS” SAW NOTHING BUT INSURGENCY,MURDER,RAPE AND MILLIONS DISPLACED ! UNDER GOOD LUCK’S ADMINISTRATION THERE WAS CORRUPTION, LAWLESSNESS, HUMAN TRAFFICTING, FEMALE CHILD MARRIGES, FEMALE ABUSE, OIL THEFT,ENERGY THEFT, VOTING FROUD AND EMTEMINDATION AND THE LIST GO ON ! YOU NEED A BAHARI TO BRING YOUR DECENTRALISED AND UNDER FUNDED MILITARY, POLICE, AND CUSTOMS TO PROFESSIONALISM, GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO THE RULES OF NIGERIAN LAW ! LET US WAIT TO SEE WHAT PRESIDENT BAHARI ADMINISTRATION BRING TO THE TABLE BEFORE WE JUDGE HIM ! ( AMEN RA MUT RA PTAH )-AMENOPHIS III., AMENAHETH, AMENHOTEP II., AHMOSE I., RAMESES II., PIANKHI, TAHARKA, HEPSHEPSUT, TYE AND NEFERTARI ! ( AMENnnnnnnnn ) !

      • noname anonymous

        Buhari is a murderer. We already know this. A history of murder is what he brings to the table. He was responsible for the massacre in Asaba during the civil war and he murdered drug convicts during his dictatorship by using a retroactive decree (against an internationally accepted fundamental legal principle that says a convict can only be given a sentence that was in the law at the time he committed his crime). We already have enough history (of murder and incompetence) on which to judge Buhari. He should be tried and jailed for his crimes and not allowed to be President. He is a serious criminal and such a criminal cannot bring justice to a nation.

        • tunde

          be mindfull of the trash you post on social media. don’t think because you are posting as anonymous the DSS can not pick you up for falsely accusing the president.

          • noname anonymous

            First of all my accusations are not false, they are facts. Secondly the DSS has no jurisdiction over civil matters, so even if someone was falsely accusing the president it is up to the president to take that person to court for libel/slander. These are not the days of military dictatorship where the DSS could do what it liked, or do anything the president/head of state told it to; those days are long over. We are in the days of justice and due process.

          • djong22

            You are a very big fool.. Is demented and murderer buhari not a terrorist and a murder? He shot mothers recently and killed people for agitation of their right of self determination thinking that will deter us.. it is just the beginning and holding someone because of his own opinion… He is the worst mistake the zoo nigerians made and we are not going to fold our arm and allow the dullard of duara to control our lives. Do you think we are still in dark google days of Abacha and his war against indiscipline.. He should and must know that this is a very big different ball game now unlike decades ago…

          • ABUSALMA

            when some of you talk about the right to determination or whatever you call it, is there any difference between your so called agitation with the devilish Boko Haram agitations? The way Boko Haram is being dealt with, so should any other treasonable agitation. after all, what is good for the goose………!

          • djong22

            Biafrans are freedom fighters while Boko haram are terrorist they are ISIS affiliate.. I hope your skull is there with you.. You are incapable of reasoning

          • ABUSALMA

            Freedom fighters in deed with a stock pile of amunitions harrassing innocent citizens and burning worship places? You need to be examined.

          • djong22

            We are coming soon to protect our Biafran land from leeches and parasites north and south west.. I am no longer interested in been with you. How does that amount to crime? Simple, find your way and let me be

        • Mustafa Kamaye

          Secessionists and drug traffickers and barons should be killed. Buhari has done good to this nation and that was why we voted him now.

          • noname anonymous

            Unfortunately any one who thinks one Nigeria is a God-given fact is gravely mistaken. Nigeria only exists because of amalgamation by the British colonial government. A secessionist is someone expressing a valid opinion and should have no fear of retribution for expressing his opinion. This is a democracy not a military dictatorship so free speech reigns. Drug traffickers should be punished but only under internationally accepted legal principles, not with arbitrary and/or retroactive sentences. Besides, civilised countries do not have the death sentence for drug trafficking, they have jail terms and fines instead. Only an uncivilised incompetent like Buhari could favour the death sentence for drug trafficking.

          • osej

            since internationally accepted legal principles include gay rights…so should we accept that also?

          • noname anonymous

            Yes. A government cannot regulate what two consenting adults do between themselves. As a catholic I don’t believe in homosexuality, but I know it is nevertheless a person’s right to do whatever he wants with his personal life along with another consenting adult; it is a matter of personal choice. As much as I don’t like homosexuality, I have to accept this.

          • ABUSALMA

            well Mr know all be informed that there are states in the United States that still sentence to death. please read wide ok?

          • noname anonymous

            The United States does not have a death sentence for drug trafficking.

      • usually i dont like doing this kind of reply but if i remember, was Abacha a christian? was IBB the evil genius a christian? if you want to talk of the destruction of this country please dont muslim and christian issues into it. the country has been ruled by mostly northern people for the greater part of its 55 yrs of independence. these northern guys seem to be so immune that prosecution only gets to the table of the southerners. this country is built on lies and deceit. it cannot stand

        • New Nigerian

          Abacha died and he was prosecuted post humously by Obasanjo and you know it. IBB – no single iota of evidence to the urban legend that he stole, if you have it please send it to EFCC. So Dasuki is from Soku in Delta, according to you and not Sokoto. I agree with you on the basis that thieves and stealing of the commonwealth knows no religion, however I disagree also that it knows region…under Jonathan it was equal opportunity mass stealing

          • For this boldness in proseciting dasuki and the rest I respect Buhari. I even observed that over 90% of the culprits are northern names. Look at the date I wrote this post by then nothing much was heard of dasuki and they were chasing dieziani around.
            By the way, if Dasuki wasn’t Exposed would you have had evidence? If Alamasiagha wasn’t caught would u have known anything? Asking me to produce evidence against Ibb isn’t a wise argument. Some people are just above the law and untouchable like Obj and his Halliborton scam

      • I am from the south east I live in south South we saw no development at all..

      • olaitan

        Pls tell us at lease one development any region has witness during Jonathan administration if any but this admin is just coming on ok

    • New Nigerian

      Who should foot the bill for the referendums? How much are you ready to pay? You obviously did not vote at all or voted for someone who lost an election. You are not correct to refer to yourself as “we”, your opinion with all your passion remain your own opinion only, until it is put to a referendum and then we know how many people share the opinion, until then, be humble enough to acknowledge that they are mere claims. The other claims as the character of those elected into public office are also nonsense without evidence. You obviously are good at throwing mud at those who are sparkling clean, that does not change who they are. As for Northern dominated country, was it not just yesterday that it was SS-SE dominated for 6 straight years? Now that everyone voted a different arrangement, you want to die…enjoy your time out of power. It’s just the beginning, even as we are confident power this time would be used to the benefit of all Nigerians of every tribe or zone. Good Luck.

      • noname anonymous

        Referendums would be paid for by the government from taxes paid by the people. Switzerland operates in this fashion which is why it is a prosperous country. If you are happy with Nigeria remaining backward, undeveloped and poverty riddled as it is, instead of becoming like Switzerland, then good luck to you.

        • New Nigerian

          Referendum paid for by the government? Keep waiting, it will happen the day a soccer team start to score against itself in a match while expecting to win.

          • noname anonymous

            Your point illustrates that our democracy is weak. If we in the public do not force it to become stronger we will continue to live in misery. We in the public have to pray for God’s help, form large groups (there is safety in numbers) and then take steps to improve the way the country is run. The great democracies of the world were made by people; they didn’t just appear. If a government pays for elections, it can be made to pay for referendums. Nigeria has to look to create a democracy that is better than Switzerland’s and the USA’s. It is time to show the world that we are not monkeys, but human beings just like the Swiss and Americans; because we are human beings, we can do the same or even better than they have.

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  • Charlie Akpan

    May I use this opportunity to appeal to all NTAi (NTA international) studio engineers and technicians or whosoever is appointed to be at the Studio-Controls – to always keep the Audio volume in their studio at the maximum during News broadcasts, because if the News is being relayed by other external TV Stations in the Diaspora, like for example BEN TV, the Newscast is barely audible – probably due to the differences in technical interface of the equipments between the Relaying Station and the Source or Host Station (in this case, the NTAi). Hope my suggestion will be seriously worked upon! Good luck!

  • McOgbuefi

    Ok. I guess you also like the news in a Nigerian language. So which language do you prefer? The earlier we overlook the unnecessary and pursue the necessary, the better for us. China has the oldest civilization in the world and was never colonized by the western nations, yet news casters deliver news in English dress (suits).

  • Malick

    Change as in neglecting your tradition or culture? You must be kidding me. Is there no change in the west too? Do you see them forgetting their culture and wearing our traditional attires on their national tv? This is another sellout, another uncle Tom, someone with inferiority complex.

    • Jesuslover101

      Serious inferiority complex. House slave mentality

  • sulaiman

    majority of our fellow nigerian needs to be more educative in citizenship education and really need to know what political geography means as well as modern world history this can enable them to know what is imperialism.
    entitlement of freedom. and freedom is a state of mind

  • UTU AGBA IGWE

    @Allahaji, I think you are Englishphoby. If you don,t like it, I will suggest you to go and commits suidcid and die. We don’t give a Fock .

  • yusuf ali

    you dont know the importanant of our traditional dressing

    • djong22

      Can you tell me any Awusa man that has print his name in the gold for innovation talkless of invention… You have to wear you dress in your private issues but looking the way those leeches from your region wears their agbada makes them look not serious.. Before the will control their agbada for not falling out, it will take some minutes. And wasting time for nothing as office hours goes

  • Congrats to Bukola Saraki

  • Capt

    The way this NTA reporter talks is very annoying. Would think people in his type of job used to do some voice training. Can be talking like someone inside bathroom like this on tv. Very annoying

  • Frank Izik

    this guy!!! which forests again did yu say u’r from?

  • Frank Izik

    demmit!! am i really here? i could be watching spongebob and squarepants now and i’d still be happier for all i kno’. now hows’ that for a change? yu guys are sick. tradition and culture?!, puff!! in todays’ world??? really??? Naija people pls don’t don’t give them another chance to call us something worse than a 3rd world, i’ll prolly spend the rest of my life in New Delhi man. una don start.!! we must change o! lools.,

  • Emeka Nwaulu

    ALH. Asimiyu, said the right thing. but he needs to make a timetable too that will accommodate the attire or diverse cultural, religious and social interests in Nig else someone will even break his own television if his/her interest is not represented.

  • Uchenna Okorie

    My sister has been through hell in the hands of her husband Mr Ugochukwu Dabiri Onyiriuka (who works with Paul Usoro & Co at Plot 1168 Oyin Jolayemi Str. V.I Lagos) and his family. Recently, a whole lot of things has happened in her life, things that could make any ordinary lady lose sanity. They hired thugs to beat her up even while she was pregnant, His mum used all kinds of charms to make sure she never gave birth. Now she has given birth to a baby girl and the husband is accusing her of buying a baby and threating to invite NTA into the matter. Pls can someone let me know how I can get NTAnewsline to step in and cover this matter. I’m quite sure a lot of Nigerian women are going through this kind of situation. NTAnewline pls reachout to me on [email protected]. Kind regards. UC

  • Judy Blues

    love and miss my favorite news television

  • Idemili S&N LGA

    Bad Quality you can do better

  • ElectronWorld

    NTA please you can do better with your audio output

  • Idowu Folasade Adetunji

    NTA need to work on the sound quality as the voice delay and echo is ridiculous. I am not cool with the 3 side tables (stools), the oversized chair and the 2 mini lamps. I guess an accent chair, 1 side table with a befitting tall nightlamp would have looked cool and contemporary. Pass mark (A+) to PMB and the Nigerian flag. I can upload pictures of beautiful lamps ($50 – $200).

  • Prince Bode Yahaya Owolewa

    Alhaji Asimiyu, don’t mind some of these people above, they are mistaken technological advancement to culture. Is riding plane a culture of the white? The white wears suit always because of their cold region, dem no born dem well make dem say dey wan change to the attire of the people of Sahara desert. Let us keep our culture and it doesn’t stop us to accept technology.

  • Charlie Akpan

    BreakingNews 28/7/15 – El-Rufai And The Hypocrisy Called #BringBackOurGirls

    [ Masterweb Reports: Mohammed Seidu reports ] – Anytime
    the question of who is behind the abduction of Chibok girls is asked, I
    remember the poem, Mr. Nobody which we recited back then in primary
    school. Spare my memory; it’s been a while since I left primary school.
    With the risk of infringing on copyright, I narrate the poem, as I can
    still vividly remember the first verse:

    I know a funny little man,

    As quiet as a mouse,

    Who does the mischief that is done

    In everybody’s house!

    There’s no one ever sees his face,

    And yet we all agree

    That every plate we break was cracked

    By Mr. Nobody

    I have done my very best to find out who the author of this poem is to
    no avail. These lines may be the important clue to deciphering the
    “abductor” of the Chibok Girls, and the author of the group campaigning
    for the rescue of the kidnapped girls.

    I have written in my earlier articles about Mallam Nasir El-Rufai and
    his ambition to lead Nigeria at all cost, come 2019. In one case, I
    warned Nigerians to watch out for the danger the man portends, should he
    become the President of Nigeria. He will climb any mountain; travel any
    distance or even dig deep into the lowest valley for him to achieve his
    ambition. This much I know about El-Rufai.

    No one should be under any illusion anymore about the fiction known as
    Chibok Girls and their kidnap. The politicians from Northern extraction
    fed us with this “gospel” since last year and we took it hook, line and
    sinker. Little did we know that the mastermind of the whole script was
    the man known publicly as El-Rufai. He was the “abductor” of the girls
    on the one hand and the campaigner for their release on the other hand.
    He is the one the poet in the poem was referring to when he said, “Who
    does the mischief that is done / In everybody’s house! / There’s no one
    ever sees his face,”
    Invariably, he is the accuser and the judge at the same time. This
    only convinces me just how much we underestimate people like El-Rufai.

    Even if some people take the aforementioned statements of mine with a
    wave of the hand, some of the things I will reveal later in this article
    must be enough to convince even the most ridiculous of all doubting
    Thomases about the notoriety of this our able Mr. Nobody. Recall, Mr.
    Nobody is the mischief-maker just to achieve his own selfish ambition.

    Mallam El-Rufai’s political appointments since he became Governor of
    Kaduna state have had their best share of controversies. My previous
    articles have properly documented the intrigues in his appointment of
    characters like Jimi Lawal, a well-known scammer and fraudster, as
    Special Assistant on Investment. For time and space, I will not retell
    those here. His more recent controversial appointment which confirms
    El-Rufai’s role in the whole Chibok Girls’ saga is his appointment as
    Chief of Staff Madam Hadiza Bala-Usman, the co-founder of the notorious
    #BringBackOurGirls group that made things difficult for former President
    Jonathan. A curious observer is made further confused by the fact that
    apart from the fact that Ms Hadiza is a known All Progressive Congress
    (APC) supporter, like Mr Jimi Lawal, she is not from Kaduna. Although, a
    little bit of clarity may present itself when one finds out that Ms
    Hadiza did not just start doing hatchet jobs for El-Rufai. As a matter
    of fact, she stood as El-Rufai’s chief agent during the APC primaries in
    Kaduna. Any curious observer will immediately see the connection… Ms
    Hadiza is now being handsomely rewarded for her labour of love and for
    properly acting out her part of the whole Chibok Girls fiction.

    At this point let us introduce another character into our story; Ms Oby
    Ezekwezili. Having lost her hold on power since her stint with the
    Obasanjo administration and with no other route into the World Bank’s
    complex bureaucratic structure, she gladly accepted to play a major role
    for El-Rufai by joining and ultimately leading the #BringBackOurGirls
    group. Mind you, being an indigene of Imo state played in her favour.
    El-Rufai, being a smart man, only made Ms Hadiza the founder and Ms
    Ezekwezili the convener, so that the group is not seen as a Northern
    ploy against President Jonathan, a southerner. The role of the former
    Minister of Mines and Solid Minerals is therefore very clear in that
    regard. Whoever says el-Rufai is not smart needs to invent another
    meaning for that word.

    Let’s now close the circle: “Madam Due process” as Ms Ezekwezili is
    sometimes called, understood every word in her job description and knew
    that no mistakes would be permissible under her new appointment. We are
    all witnesses to how she did her job well and the attendant drama that
    followed each speech she gave. She is every day on social media
    campaigning for the release of the fictitious girls. The matter climaxed
    in the week to the presidential election when Madam Due process’ voice
    was loudest. In a typical and predictable way, she suddenly became dumb
    after General Buhari of the APC was sworn in. No one has heard about
    Chibok Girls or the notorious group led by Madam ‘Due Process’ ever
    since, all thanks to Mr. Nobody!

    At this point, let us look at some unusual coincidences. Just recently,
    President Buhari had a scheduled meeting with the notorious
    #BringBackOurGirls group. Should anyone be surprised it was just after
    that day that the Boko Haram became bolder. They demanded that the
    Buhari government negotiate with them. One of the conditions which the
    government appeared to have accepted now is the release of Boko Haram
    prisoners for the kidnapped girls. What was El-Rufai and Oby’s response
    to this?

    Rather than focusing on his immediate task of governance, he has been
    more preoccupied witch-hunting a former minister under the GEJ
    Administration. Perhaps, someone should help us tell him to stop all
    this attention-seeking tactics and focus on the more serious business of
    governance. Is he so bent on outshining his bosses, President Buhari
    inclusive? Why trying to make the President look inadequate? That still
    reminds me, why is it every time El-Rufai does something no matter how
    negligible, he beckons to the press to show off? Are we as a people now
    celebrating mediocrity in the name of performance?

    If truth must be told, it is imperative we probe deeply the true
    intentions of El-Rufai and his relationship with Oby and the
    #BringBackOurGirls group.

    Mohammed Seidu ( Email: [email protected] ), reports from Abuja where he now resides and works.

    *Photo Caption – Mallam Nasir El-Rufai

  • kc

    Is that just your problem?no doubt you are religious fanatic because once you don’t getnge me to believe in your views or thoughts or beliefs then there will trouble.the mentality among you people must change for a better nija.

  • kc

    What’s do want them to wear,maybe close some part of their face ,Mr man Nigeria should be free for all.

  • charlieakpeumoh

    It seems everything, the worst in modern democracy happens only in
    Nigeria; just like the new APC led govt. of Gen. MB is using the Secret
    Police of Nigeria, called sometimes the DSS and at other times the SSS, to
    commit human right abuses against the official opposition and worse
    still, against the country’s electoral umpire called INEC!!! *Note the
    impunity of the said secret police outfit in severally detaining even INEC
    officials from States, in which the former ruling party called the PDP,
    clearly won the most recent elections conducted there! From my
    perspective, watching recent events in that West African power house,
    all is certainly not well with true democracy there. Let further events prove
    me wrong!

  • charlieakpeumoh

    Election Tribunal: Civil Society Group Condemns DSS For Detention of Akwa Ibom, Rivers RECs
    04 Aug 2015 (culled from This Day)

    DG of DSS, Lawan Daura

    Reporter: Senator Iroegbu in Abuja

    The coalition of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) has condemned the
    harassment and detention of the Akwa Ibom and Rivers State Resident
    Electoral Commissioners (RECs) by the Department of State Services (DSS)
    over the outcome of the April 11 governorship elections, which is
    currently being contested at the Election Tribunals.

    The Executive Director, Conscience Nigeria, Comrade Tosin Adeyanju,
    raised the alarm Tuesday in a statement signed on behalf of other CSOs
    partners entitled: “DSS Assault, Intimidation, Coercion and Illegal
    Detention of Akwa Ibom and Rivers RECs: Threat to Nigerian Democracy”.

    Adeyanju deplored what he described as the rising use of the DSS to
    intimidate and arrest opposition members, and as well as those who
    supervised the decision that does favour the ruling All Progressive
    Congress (APC) like the results of Akwa Ibom and Rivers gubernatorial
    elections.

    “We are further alarmed to address this press conference after a
    similar one about three weeks ago on the state of the nation and the DSS
    activities under the present leadership of the country”, he said.

  • charlieakpeumoh

    “Closer look at Amina-Buhari relationship”

    By Rotimi Adebisi on August 7, 2015 (***culled from The Guardian / The Guardian of Nigeria Online,
    today, Saturday, 08.08.2015)

    CONSANGUINEOUS relations are usually celebrated in Nigeria, because when
    you are related by blood to a person, there are family obligations and
    expectations that you look out for one another.

    Last week, when the respected former lawmaker and former top civil
    servant, Alhaji Tanko Yakassai, revealed that he knew the
    “Acting-Chairperson” of the Independent National Electoral Commission
    (INEC) “Mrs. Amina Zakari since childhood, and that her late father, the
    former Emir of Kazaure, was married to President Buhari’s elder
    sister.”

    Alhaji Yakassai, in the interview conducted by Tribune of July 27,
    2015 at page 22 added that President “Buhari lived with and spent a
    significant part of his early years in the home of Amina Zakari’s
    father”. He emphasised that “Amina Zakari’s father worked under me as a
    Permanent Secretary and was a close friend for many years.”

    In effect, the ties of Mrs. Zakari to the President prior to this
    recent claim, was in fact much more familial than any of the parties had
    been willing to admit. It is a shock that reveals a streak of nepotism
    that elevates the courage and integrity of the former President Goodluck
    Jonathan, who had searched very widely and very carefully for a man of
    integrity to ensure that the impartiality of the electoral umpire was
    unblemished by suspicions of partisanship.

    Since then, nobody has disputed the knowledge claims of the former
    lawmaker. It is disappointing that one area that the former President
    Jonathan had been extoled for, will become one of the early sources of
    disappointment by a President that has received so much goodwill from
    Nigerians to rise above such nepotism. Worst still is the loud silence
    of well-known leading civil right activists and lawyers on this breach
    of the constitution; except for the effable explanations of Professor
    Itse Sagay, the well-known academic and professor of law and a Senior
    Advocate of Nigeria, who stated “that her acting as chairperson of INEC
    was valid and backed by relevant provisions of the constitution…”
    without citing any legal or constitutional backing for his argument.
    This is most unfortunate coming from one who should speak truth to
    authority.

    The tragedy is that the same people who are by their silence or are
    openly encouraging the President now on this path, would be the ones who
    will turn round to pillory him, when they fail to get the anticipated
    favours they are expecting now from him. Those who want the President
    and his team to succeed must tell him the truth, when we do not expect
    appointment or contracts, but only wish for good governance based on the
    rule of Law.

    Nepotism, tribalism and uncaring disposition towards the need for
    inclusivity has been at the pivot of most of the national disputes,
    which often threatens to tear this country to shreds on many occasions.
    From the first post-independence elections, most of the regional and
    national disputes have been underpinned by the reality and perception of
    social, cultural or ethnic exclusion. It is disappointing that a
    President, who was a major recurring role player in these ebbs and crest
    of our national history, can brook indifference to a main cause of our
    national recurrent malady.

    In executing this indifference to the sensitivity of the national
    mood, the President needlessly reversed the decisions of a chairperson
    of INEC, whose unblemished integrity and impartiality ensured that he
    broke the jinx of political contest, between incumbent presidents and
    other political contestants. The President is probably acting like
    someone who having climbed up a tree with the help of a public ladder,
    has decided to break the ladder to prevent any other person from
    climbing the tree to enjoy its benefits.

    In the haste to ensure an advantage for his relative, the President
    was willing to breach several laws, including the constitution that he
    swore less than 60 days ago, to defend and respect. First he caused the
    Head of the Civil Services to assume powers that he did not possess, by
    indicating in writing that he could prematurely terminate the tenure of
    an INEC National Commissioner outside the provision of Section 157 of
    the constitution, by claiming that the tenure of Mrs. Zakari had ended
    with that of Jega on June 30th , instead of the statutory date of July
    21, 2015. Then in the same letter it was purported that the President
    had appointed Mrs. Zakari as an “Acting-Chairperson “ of INEC, a title
    that is unknown to the constitution, where the President ought to
    derive his powers from; or any Nigerian law in relation to the office of
    INEC chair person. By this breach, the Presidential blunder has created
    a needless impasse for the national electoral body. As of today, the
    Commission which had only recently regained its respect, is seen as a
    body that is headed by an illegitimate leader.

    Moreover, having lost an additional member who recently died after a
    protracted illness, the Commission is unable to form a legitimate quorum
    as required by Section 159(1) of the constitution that requires five
    members, whereas they are now three legal and legitimate members. Mrs.
    Zakari’s five years tenure like that of others, in line with Section 155
    of the constitution, ended on July 21, 2015, even though she is still
    hanging around loosely.

    The question that those of us who supported the president in the
    elections, and who will continue to support him, in the hope that he
    will help to unify rather than divide the country will like to be
    answered is; can the price of pleasing a relative be worth the
    destruction of a national institution like INEC? How will the President
    like to be remembered in terms of the integrity and quality of
    elections? Will he want to surpass the much vaunted achievements of
    Goodluck Jonathan on political tolerance and electoral integrity or will
    he return the country to the era of vanquished political enemies?

    We are already disappointed by the appointment of the President’s
    relative on a title that is unknown to law, to head a sensitive
    institution like INEC. The President must restore our confidence by
    correcting the wrong perceptions already created about his intentions
    for the “independence” of the Independent National Electoral Commission.

    • Adebisi Esq. writes from Oyo State.

  • charlieakpeumoh

    “DSS May Take over Probe
    of Ex-NIMASA Boss”

    (Breaking News – culled from This Day of 10.08.2015)

    · charlieakpeumoh • an hour ago

    There is a wise saying: “what goes round, comes around” or thereabout! DSS, EFCC, the Police and what have you should remember that, the current regime of President MB will one day come to an end. Never mind whether it takes 4 years or 8 years, surely there will be another “change”! Then the current members of the EFCC, DSS and so on will find no place to hide. Even the UK, which is the usual destination of those “Ex- this and that set of Nigerians, fleeing from prosecution”, will have no place to accommodate them. And for the avoidance of doubt, whichever opposition party rules Nigeria then, cannot afford to have “a lame duck, clueless, timid / coward president” like GEJ, who flopped his party and people through his numerous indecisions!!!

    musa aliyu • 2 hours ago

    Remember NIMASA it was that
    funded Anti Buhari campaign in AIT and Shola Omale ‘s NTA

    Jumpingbrook • 3 hours ago

    Rivers’ scandal – will Amaechi go to Jail?

    By Oshiokpekhai Utu-Orbih

    According to President Mohammed Buhari, “if we don’t kill corruption, corruption will kill us”. This popular quote reverberated all over my mind as I read the very detailed petition by The Integrity Group, an anti-corruption, non-governmental organization based in Port Harcourt, against the former governor of the oil rich Rivers State, Hon. Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi. Amaechi headed the Buhari Campaign Organization – the major group that ran General Mohammed Buhari Presidential campaign.
    The said petition detailed a list of financial embezzlements, criminal breach of trust, and criminal conversion of Rivers state funds amounting to more than 70 billion Naira against Rotimi Amaechi. To authenticate their allegations, the group backed up their Petition with a sworn affidavit. This petition dated July 31, 2015 has since been delivered to President Mohammed Buhari and the Chairman of the
    Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

    It may be recalled that since the creation of the EFCC in 2003, the commission has undoubtedly had its own fair share of challenges, especially in investigation and gathering admissible court evidences. So, it is good that the investigation by The Integrity Group would relieve the EFCC from the burden of investigative process to possibly prosecute Rotimi Amaechi.

    For instance in the fraudulent sale of the state power projects, and conversion of proceeds, the petition detailed how the Rivers State Government with the approval of ex-Governor Amaechi hurriedly sold the power plants to a company called NG Power-HPS Limited for $302,400,000.00 (N60,000,000,000) at an exchange rate of N1 to N200.The Petition further stated that NG Power-HPS Limited paid the full value of the sale to the Rivers State Government through Power Assets State Proceed, a Rivers State-owned company with its account domiciled with Access
    Bank plc. What could catch the eye of any investigating officer is the suspicious transfer of $105 million (N21, 000,000,000) from the Power Asset
    Sale Proceeds Account with Access Bank Plc to the accounts of three privatecompanies – all with the same business addresses in the first week of December 2014.

    Against the backdrop of the anti-corruption posture of President Buhari, it is expected that EFCC would move quickly to investigate these allegations. Since the inception of this regime, the petition against the former governor, Amaechi is the only comprehensive, and confirmable charge with enough grounds to invoke an investigation. This is the only way fairness, justice, and the fight against corruption can be achieved.

    Unfortunately, what we have seen from President Buhari so far is unfounded allegations ranging from the list of oil thieves handed over by the Americans down to the $6 Billion dollars whispered to Governor Oshiomhole by a faceless US official. President Buhari should know that the US Department of Justice has a laid down criminal justice system that begins with investigation, indictment, prosecution, and conviction before anyone can be labelled a thief or a criminal. Criminals in the United States are not determined by a list compiled by President Obama as Buhari is
    currently doing. The Judicial system must be allowed to run its full course without interference or intimidation as currently being done by the Daura-led security apparatus.

    It’s no longer news that Amaechi funded 80% of APC Campaigns. In a recent interview with Channels TV, Governor Mohammed Abubakar of Bauchi State and also a Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) revealed that the former governor funded the ruling party with over 80% of the campaign money. With the detailed Petition of how Rivers State funds were criminally diverted to the accounts of five different companies in the first week of December 2014 – the peak of electioneering campaigns, the EFCC should at least determine how the N21 billion was spent
    either for the development of Rivers State and its people or for the funding Buhari’s Campaign.

    As it stands today, the case against Amaechi would serve as the litmus test of the much touted credibility, integrity, and the anti-corruption posture of President Buhari.
    The President must as a matter of urgency, mandate the EFCC and all relevant agencies to carry out an investigation into the allegation made by the
    Integrity Group to determine the culpability or otherwise of Mr Amaechi. Any attempt to sweep this fraud under the rug would validate that Buhari’s war against corruption is a vindictive mission. It would also confirm this allegation that Buhari campaign was supported with stolen fund.

    If Buhari, doesn’t kill this corruption oozing out from Rivers State, repercussions would radiate enough potential to kill his government. The question on everyone’s lips is “Will Amaechi go to Jail if found guilty?” Is this not part of the Aegean
    Stable Buhari has been cleaning since May 29th?. – When will DSS take over
    this?
    http://www.guardiannewsusa.com

    Tea • 4 hours ago

    I really don’t see why DSS should be involved in this case, l think issues concerning financial crimes and corruption is solely the main duty of the EFCC. The way DSS is been exposed these days is not good for our democracy. DSS is fast becoming a GESTAPO wing of the APC. They should be restrained.

  • charlieakpeumoh

    Fayose: Zakari’s Headship of INEC Dangerous to Nigeria’s Electoral System
    (Breaking News – culled from This Day of 10.08.2015) 10 Aug 2015

    Mrs. Amina Zakari, Acting Chairperson of INEC

    Olakiitan Victor in Ado Ekiti


    Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayodele Fayose, has insisted that the country’s electoral system may hit the rock if President Muhammadu Buhari’s appointment of his rumoured in-law, Mrs. Amina Zakari, as Acting Chairperson of the Independent National Electoral Commission
    (INEC) is allowed to stand.

    Fayose insisted that Buhari’s appointment of his ‘in-law’ to man such a sensitive position contravened the provision of the 1999 Constitution
    of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended).

    The governor said: “The most honourable thing for President Buhari to do is to rescind the unlawful appointment of Mrs. Zakari as INEC acting
    chairperson.”

    Expressing his anger on the appointment in a statement yesterday by his Special Assistant on Public Communications , Lere Olayinka, Fayose
    said: “Since Zakari’s tenure as INEC National Electoral Commissioner has expired, she cannot continue to preside legally over INEC’s affairs,
    except if duly appointed as substantive Chairman of the commission as provided in Section 154 (1) and (3) of the 1999 Constitution (as
    amended).

    “One of the major legacies bequeathed to Nigeria by the immediate past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) government was free, fair and credible
    electoral process and President Buhari, who is a beneficiary of this legacy must sustain this legacy by ensuring that the impartiality of the electoral umpire is unblemished by suspicions of partisanship and illegal appointments.”

    Governor Fayose said: “Two weeks ago, respected former lawmaker and former top civil servant, Alhaji Tanko Yakassai, revealed that he knew
    Zakari since childhood, and that her late father, the former Emir of Kazaure, was married to President Buhari’s elder sister.

    “Yakassai went on to reveal that President Buhari lived with and spent a significant part of his early years in the home of Amina Zakari’s father.
    “This is enough establishment of conviviality between Zakari and President Buhari, whose party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), will
    be standing elections with other political parties this year and this will no doubt cast credibility aspersion on any election conducted by INEC headed by Zakari.”

    He said Section 153 of the 1999 Constitution (as amended), which established INEC and other Federal Executive Bodies did not make any
    provision for the appointment of acting Chairman.

    Declaring the appointment as illegal, Governor Fayose said: “Section 154 (3) provided that the president shall consult the Council of State
    in exercising his powers to appoint a person as the chairman of INEC and there is no record of such consultation before the appointment of
    Zakari as INEC ‘Acting Chairperson.’

    “The only requisite condition for Zakari to be acting as the chairman of INEC is that she must be a National Electoral Commissioner and her
    tenure as National Electoral Commissioner ended on July 21, 2015.

    “As at today, there are four National Electoral Commissioners in INEC instead of 12. They are Abdukadir Sulaimanu Oniyangi, Mohammad Ahmad
    Wali, Chris Iyimoga and Lawrence Nwuruku. If anyone should act as INEC chairman, it should be any of the remaining four National Electoral
    Commissioners, not someone whose tenure has expired.”

    Comment:

    charlieakpeumoh
    2 hours ago

    Why has NASS (the Nigerian National Assembly) surprisingly imposed a “graveyard” silence over this ***all important matter! Have they too become “clueless” so soon? Time will tell.

  • Arinze

    Nigerians you need to grow up. From my own point of view, we Nigerians should recognize our culture. Have you not seen the South Africans and the Zimbabwe’s, look at how their culture is well respected. It’s a good thing NTA should recognize the Nigeria attire. Thank You. Alhaji
    Asimiyu Sunny, i agree to your point of view.

    • kate

      Concerned NTA International listener,

      I hereby plead with the news /anchor men/women to please report cases as they occur and not try to paint it it or color it red/green/red to whip up sentiments and or otherwise . For instance the bombings recently at NYANYA and KUJE in Abuja area were reported terribly. Listen to this. Recent bombings in NYANYA mainly inhabited by the Hausas, and during the interviews the IBOS and YURUBAS were the victims and RELATIONS of the VICTIMS. HELLO ANCHOR MAN WHAT ARE YOU REPORTING!

  • guiihkjjk

    NTA will never change, always apologizing about hitches in sound…. fix the damn equipment already!

    • charlieakpeumoh

      You are damn right! Maybe the spoilers are at work there! As soon as (or let me put it this way); the more new equipments are installed, the quicker the spoilers get to work! Asset-stripping those new equipments for sale to corrupt and unscrupulous Nigerian private TV-operators is their daily game! The DG, Mr. Omole should intimate the broadcasting regulators, the NBC, to investigate these lapses before these rogue elements compromise his office; like they did to GEJ – and he simply sat there timidly and quietly until election time! Alas, it was too late to repair the damages /harm already done. “A stitch in time saves nine”, so states the wise saying!!!

  • Charles Osby

    SISTER,CHANGE IS GOOD BUT ALL CHANGES ARE NOT GOOD ! ONE MUST RESPECT CULTURE AND IT SHOULD BE MAINTAINED AT ALL COST ! LOSE IT, YOU LOSE YOURSELVES TO SOME ONE ELSE CULTURE ! IS THAT NOT INSANITY ? BE NIGERIANS AND NOT SOME WESTERN PUPPETS IMPERSONATING THEIR MASTERS WHO COLONISED YOUR LAND,ENSLAVED YOU AND KILLED MILLIONS OF YOU AND STILL TODAY COVERTLY KILL YOU BY PROXY WARS, M.G.O.’s (WARREN BUFFET,BILL GATES, ROCHEFELAS AND ROSCHILDS) ! OUR KEMETIC ANCESTORS OF THE NILE VALLEY CIVILIZATIONS SAY TO US, [ “MAN KNOW THY SELF” ] ! YET, MOST OF US KNOW VERY LITTLE OF THESE CIVILIZATIONS THAT ARE NOW CALLED (EGYPT) AND THAT THESE BLACK AFRICAN CIVILIZATIONS ARE THE FOUNDERS OF THE SEVEN LIBERAL ARTS,SCIENCES AND A SPIRITUAL SCIENCE CALLED [ MAAT ] THE MYSTERY SYSTEM BASED ON (PHYSICS AND PSYCHOLOGY) AND IS THE MOTHER OF RELIGIONS THAT THOSE WE TAUGHT CREATED IN THEIR CULTURES AND NAMED THEM CHRISTIANITY,ISLAM,JUDAISM,HINDUISM,BUDHISM, ZORASTRIANISM AND OTHERS ! OUR ANCESTORS SAID THAT, “THOSE WHO CIRCUMSCRIBE THE PERIMETER OF ONES THINKING, CONTROLS THE DIAMETER OF THEIR THOUGHTS” ! WOULD YOU GIVE THIS POWER UP TO THOSE WHO COMMITTED GENOCIDE UPON YOUR PEOPLE AND THOSE ASIANS PEOPLE WHO ARE IN LEAGUE WITH THEM ???? OUR ANCESTORS BUILT SUCH CIVILIZATIONS THAT STILL IS THE REFERENCE TO THE STUDY OF LIFE , CULTURE, HISTORY, SPIRITUAL,LAW,PHILOSOPHY, MEDICINE, ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, THE TABLE OF ELEMENTS, THE FOUR ELEMENTS, THE PRIME MERIDIAN, MUSIC, ARTS, MATHEMATICS,GEOMETRY, STATISTIC, CHEMISTRY, ALCHEMY, ARCHITECTURE AND OTHERS ! THIS LEGACY IS OUR INHERITANCE TO GIVE US THE POWER TO RULE IN THE EARTH ! ARE YOU A CLONE SISTER KING ? ( AMEN RA MUT RA PTAH), (HEKA-HEKAU SEKHEM-SEKHEMET-IMHOTEP) ! http://WWW.HOUDEOFKONSCIOUSNESS.COM , SA NETER TV.COM, (TYPE IN YOUR SERCH ENGINE, DR. AMOS WILSON, DR. J.H.CLARK TO FIND OTHER AFRICAN AMERICAN SCHOLARS,EDUCATORS,HISTORIANS AND VIEW THEIR D.V.D.s,LECTURES AND CREDENTIALS ! THERE’S A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE WAITING FOR YOU TO REDISCOVER YOUR SOLVERNTY AND TO RESTORE YOUR MIND(SANKOFA) THAT WAS TAKEN FROM YOU BY THE EUROPEANS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS( THE BEASTS), THE JEWS,THE ARABS,THE HINDUS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS (THE SERPENTS) AND THE NEAR EAST AND FAR EASTERN ASIANS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS (THE DRAGONS) ! FREE YOUR MIND SISTER WITH THE TRUTH THAT IS HIDDEN FROM YOU BY YOUR FORMER COLONIZERS !( AMENnnnnnnnnn) !

  • Charles Osby

    [SPELLING-SMELLING] : BROTHER, THE SUBJECT IS, NTA WANT IT’S OPPORATIVES TO DRESS EUROPEAN ! IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, THERE ARE SO MANY NATIONAL LANGUAGES INCORPERATED INTO IT . WE USE PHONICS TO SPELL OUT THE WORD SUCH AS ,” MO BETTER FUNKADELIC YOU DIGG,” ! ANY WAY, BACK TO THE SUBJECT MY BRO’s ! (MUNKY SEE, MUNKY DO) ! SHOW A STRONG AFRICAN NATIONAL TV BY BEING AFRICAN,THINKING AFRICAN, LOVING TO BE AFRICANS, DRESSING AFRICAN BUT ON AN INTERNATIONAL STAGE USE THE MOST COMMON LANGUAGE TO TRASLATE ONE’S HISTORY, CULTURE, CIVILIZATIONS, CONTRIBUTIONS, SPIRITUAL SCIENCE AND YOUR ABILITY TO RESERECT YOUR MINDS FROM THE DEATH THAT TOOK PLACE IN 325 B.C.E. IN ALEXANDRIA WHEN THE PLOTLOMIES STOLE 720,000 OR MORE SCROLLS OUT OF OUR TEMPLES THAT COVERED OUR FOUNDATION OF THE SEVEN LIBERAL ARTS, THE SCIENCES AND A SPIRITUAL SCIENCE CALLED, [ ” MAAT ” ] THAT GAVE BIRTH TO JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY, ISLAM, HINDU, BUDAHISM AND IT’S OFF SHOOTS, ZORASTRIANISM AND MANY OTHER RILIGIONS THAT TOOK THE ESSENCE OF[ MAAT ] AND CREATED [ RELIGION ] ! AT LEAST 30 THOUSAN YEARS OF WRITTEN SPIRIT, SOUL/MIND, TRUTH, WISDOM, KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING, JUSTICE, JUDGEMENT, MERCY, EQUALITY, FREEDOM, PEACE, ONENESS, UNITY, ORDER, BALLANCE, RECIPROCITY AND RIGHTOUSNESS ! OUR ANCESTERS WERE CRUCIFIED ON A NORTH TO SOUTH POLE AND A EAST TO WEST POLE THAT FORMED A CROSS AND OUR ANCESTERS WERE THE CRUCIFIED SAVIOR OF THE WORLD AND WE, THEIR DESCENDANTS ARE THE ,” HAREMACBETH WHO WAS HIT IN ” THE HEAD “, DIED AND BURRIED IN A TOMB ( FORGOTTEN LEGACY) AND A SWORN OATH THAT YOU AND I WERE NEVER TO REMEMBER OR LEARN THIS LOST MIND OF GREATNESS (3.5 MILLION YEARS OF RECORDED HISTORY CARBON DATED) ! WE, THE GODS (MELANIN-CARBON BASED LIGHT BEINGS) THE POSITIVE POLARITY AT WAR WITH A MAN LIKE, HUMAN LIKE, MAN KIND, HUMAN KIND NEANDERSTAL CACC-(ASIAN) BEING OF A ( NITROGEN BASED D.N.A.) NEGATIVE POLARITY WHO HAVE FOR 2,325 YEARS KILLED OVER ONE BILLION OF THEIR KIND AND OURS, PULLUTED OUR AIR, OUR OCEANS, OUR LANDS ABOVE AND BELOW GROUND, KILLING OUR WILD ANIMALS SO THAT THEY CAN FREELY LIE, STEAL, MURDER AND DISTROY, HOMOSEXUALS AND LESBEANISM, PETIFILIA, STRONG DRINKERS, GAMBLERS, SPREADING CHAOS (FIRE – HELLANISM AND SPARTANISM) ALL OVER THE EARTH AND ABOVE THE EARTH IN DEFIANCE OF OUR [CREATOR] AND IT’S [LIKENESS OR IMAGE], [” THE CHILDREN OF THE SUN, THE GODS AND GODESSES”] WHICH ARE THE BLACK (KEM) AFRICAN PEOPLE, “THE ANCIENT OF DAYS” WHO ‘S LIFE IS MILLIONS OF YEARS ! BUT ON THE THIRD DAY, ” WE ARE AWAKENED / RESERECTED / ASCENDED ” BY THE RESTORATION OF OUR MINDS FROM THE LOST MEMORIES OF OUR GREATNESS (SANKOFA) SHOWN TO US BY THOSE WHO LABORED, STRUGGLED, SACIFICED UNDER THE EVILS OF (THE BEAST-EUROPEANS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS), (THE SERPENT- THE ARABS, JEWS,HIDUS,ENDO-EUROPEANS AND THEIR DESCEDANTS) AND (THE DRAGON- THE NEAR EASTERN AND FAR EASTERN ASIANS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS) ! THE RESTORATION OF OUR STOLEN LAGACY ( SPIRIT, SOUL AND BODY) – ( LGHT, MIND AND D.N.A. ) THAT WE ARE (THE RETURN OF GOD) THAT WILL JUDGE THE WORLD WITH JUSTICE ! A, NEW AFRICAN WORLD ORDER, TWO SUNS (FUSION) AND (DARKMATER) AND A NEW 30,000 YEAR AGE OF ( ARIES THE SACRED RAM OF SACRIFICE) ! LET US REMEMBER, REJOICE, CELEBRATE IN OUR TRIUMPH OVER ( DEATH ) WITH A (SCEPTER- AUTHORITY) AND A (STAFF- POWER) TO RULE IN THE EARTH ! AMENnnnnnnnn RAaaaaaaaaaa PTAHhhhhhhhhhh !

  • Mr. Abdin

    This is a welcome development, Well done Saraki, and hopefully the stability in the system will play a vital role.

  • HalahbahInt’l Horlanrewaju Sah

    We should forget about all this complain we do mr. alhaji asimiyu sunny sobowale, please sir if NTA as decided to make all their staffs to wear English dress only, they have there own reason you are not part of the management of NTA so please lets think how we would move our country forward

  • tunde

    i wish NTA could transmit on digital platform so that Nigerians can be proud to compare the quality of pictures and sound to the likes of channels, AIT etc.

  • LiveFromNaija

    You can also Watch NTA live stream on http://www.livefromnaija.com

  • BIODUN

    our senators are all sick, why paying a tribute to a convicted criminal on national tv.

  • osej

    I agree totally with you. no matter how the country is ….our culture should be preserved and sustained…Even if their going global…and other national can watch the channel..the first thing that potray who we are would be the clothes of the presenter as our borrowed language “enlish ” can never match that of its originators

  • Bernard mackindale

    Bross u no well ooh, na cloth be your problem or what is going on in the country.

  • nnaemeka charles odikpo

    Why isit that you can not watch NTA live on laptop except the one that is downloaded

  • solomonh

    maybe we should also abolish broadcasting entirely, cos everything used there are English made….. what do you think buddy? you are funny. I wouldn’t know why you as a Nigerian should have English dresses hanged in your closet.
    this is like bokoharam islamists who condemn western education, but use it everyday to terrorize people. you’ve got to rethink buddy.

  • alondi
  • Greg

    Tribalism and outright foolishness!

  • ABUSALMA

    So you should remember that she equally has just expressed her mind about what you said (freedom of speech or expression).

  • Yanuphawi

    It’s quite disgusting that imperialism has taken over Nigerian media industry with NTA ceasing to be the national identity

    • amador kester

      Thats exactly why i am boycotting its programmes and seriously searching for authentic african stations where barefooted newscasters wear leopard skins,grass skirts,indigoed faces, and use shadows of sun to estimate time rather than wear western watches. Pls help me to search for such authentic african station of the 21st century. I hope i didnt write 12 th century by mistake

  • OKO

    Alhaji, our traditional attire is well represented where it matters most, the legislative assemblies. However I fault this order by a state news house that might find it difficult to state reasons behind the decision.

  • jollygood

    South American Aborigines went by naked when Europeans came to the continent, therefore should our news casters go NAKED ti the screen

  • Obus Ohobore

    AASS, You don’t have problem. People need more than keeping culture now in this country. Pray development in all sectors in our land and pray that cultism is eradicated from our high institute that way our people will be useful in our world instead of grooming gangster’s and wild minded people dropping out from schools and becoming a menace in our society. Wear what you want to wear and work hard that you may become a leader of someday and implement policies that will work for us all.

  • Obus Ohobore

    The reasons behind the numerous setbacks and drug abuse by a lot of Nigerian Youth is due to the fact the our nations funds are looted by our so called leaders we elected into offices to rule us but they rather prefer to steal and move these money’s met to develop Nigeria to foreign country. There is a big problem with black leaders and it needs to be addressed with the Prex M. Buhari’s administration.

  • Misan Adokpaye

    I totally do not support this. Globalization should not be about
    alienating one form their culture, promoting inequality in an unfriendly
    and unwelcoming way. Globalization is about promoting ones culture
    beyond borders in a global sphere. That looks more to me like
    colonization. Globalization is for free countries that believe in
    equality concerning culture.

    • Lone Voice

      What President introduced traditional attire to office setting? What is research and development has to do with this topic?, Why haven’t we start translating all English text books to our own language?, Which President started Northern language type-writer? When was the time we start studying each other language and culture? Why do we welcome those that we know steals money and still welcome them when they go their villages? (i.e – condoning thieves) Why do we continue to lie and cheat each other? Why do we discriminate among one another?, what do you think will become the outcome of a son or daughter that saw his or father stealing money? Why do we still kill for ritual? (the greatest sin).

      When I was growing up, work ethics, value of labor, and the seal to work hard by having strong education were our aspiration after the independent. We only wear tradition during festivity or outing. That was when we showcase each traditional dress and culture. We can better than that now by turning it to be economic opportunity. The time is coming that those that commit atrocities to Nigeria, will certainly pay for it because Nigeria does not belong to any of us, we are just a steward, the owner is actually looking down on it. We are blessed introduced to English culture because the owner of the Universe likes us. This advantage of being an English speaking and colonized nation ranked us among the most intelligent black race. The Maker knows what HE is doing by letting Millions out either through slavery or educational quest or exploration for better reconstruction of the country. We need to address the core issue, our cultures combine are attributes of economic potential if we have the right message and the right messenger. ” Remember, no problem without solution, you just have to think hard to bring the solution right next to you” Eradication tradition dress should come with serious evaluation if 1. Conducive to production, impact marketing, safe. I have hard of serious accident regarding traditional dress hanging on the bus. Emotion judgement is not enough, but sensible discussion about the pro and cons affecting our lives as a people of Nigeria – Very Beautiful.

  • amador kester

    Good that you stopped watching. Until they change to our traditional dresses namely buba,aso oke ,even leopard skins and grass skirts. But the problem is even if they change over to these they will still provoke you not to watch by putting on western shoes! Real africans should go barefooted,just the e way we hope our kalangu dance and others! We never dance with shoes and outrageous to see african newscasters wearing shoes. Or even applying western cosmetics instead of rubbing african indigo from wood barks as real africans do. The list is endless and these western copy cats should behave or we will stop watching

  • amador kester

    Well alex, nations dont live in the same psychological and chronological time coordinates but they try to adjust.. For instance if usa lives in 2016 as time reference point then scandinavi as the wall that seperates a young ,talented medical student from being addressed as a consultant professor is time !s are far ahesd and live in 2021 while some militant groups globally that resist womens education live in 1234. Time is a solid barrier to realization of universal truths just the

  • uzo

    All the dogs in Nigerian no expect to trian them, things than are free in europe is what dey pay billions in Nigerian

  • uzo

    All the dogs in Nigerian no expect to train them, things that are free in europe is what dey pay billions in Nigerian
    Family business

  • uzo

    I have european driving licence, i came to Nigeria for holiday driving with my european driving licence a police man stop me and ask of my papers and driver licence the police man look at my driving licence and said am not in europe i should give him Nigeria licence that my licence is not value here in Nigeria we dont have thesame system of road. i have to pay for not having Nigeria licence.

  • Abdullahi Matawallen Bida

    That’s what we call Democratic! Every single person has right to express his/her opinion

  • David Omesco

    Nice Report…….But try and Upgrade

  • Ada Iwolo

    Why do nigerians always talk about money instead of making a living?

  • Patricia

    Let all Biafran law makers,Governors,Millionaires and international businessmen and women start making plans about the looming war.Make contacts for chemical weapons and other war equipment. It is obvious the president wants to exterminate any tribe which is not Fulani/Hausa.If the Governor of Enugu called 82 Div. about the planned attacked before it happened and he said that the Governor should call the president.That is an eye opener for you all Biafrans.All Hail Biafra.

  • James

    Kai,kai,kai NTA when will you really be international with qualitative presentation? From poor audio to mixed up stories to unending apologies.

  • Rabiu

    Just watch Walter NNaji on interview with Former NLC president Ali Chiroma. Nnaji was fantastic very matured questions and relevant. It was well anchored. Such anchor person should be drafted to ask probing yet relevant question to VIPs.

  • ANTHONY_AYONOTE

    God Bless Our More and More in Jesus Name, Amen

  • Suny

    You should have told us the channels you switched over to watch.

  • FGN NIGERIA

    Lord I can’t even understand a word the News Caster is saying.. Either I have been away from Nigeria tooooo Long or she is speaking customized English.. Gone are the days of Joe Ebuwa, Sienne All-Well-Brown, Waheed Olagunju… Casters who learned linguistics and actually spoke English.
    No insulted intended, but I really am having a hard time understanding what is been said.
    Its like they are trying to speak like foreigners while mixing up various ascents.

  • Ogu Town

    Good one.

  • Mohammed Anas

    This is my contributions concerning the topic Immunity in Nigeria. Thereffore, the sense here is that, in my argure i suggest that the Immunity previllages should be remove totally from the Executive leaders in Nigeria in order to straighten the powers where it necessary to follow up our constitutions gainst any misconduct by any leadership in office. We should therefore take an example from the other developing nations such as the U.S.A , UK and the Fed. Rep. of China. where the immune is not functioning on any leader if there is such kind of brutal attitude such as the Money laundering and sweeping up the government treasures and what so ever etc. By the way we should take note that when this law is apply on anyone of these principals things will go semultaneusely without any sorrow, and everybody will follow the due process, and no body would like to be prosecuted by the EFCC or any gov’t agency into this nature. Thank you for reading my short contribution to the discussion.

  • Grace Ati

    Teahers are born but groomed and not made. The big fuss about teaching qualification is doing Nigeria more harm than good. Even among those with qualified papers, seek out for the naturally endowed and such will deliver when given the chance. Such are found mostly among children workers in social and religious children’s organisations. Let the govt sincerely look out for them. This will greatly solve our educational problems in Nigeria.

  • Cyokere

    Don’t mind them. I don’t know when educated Nigerians developed this nasty attitude of intellectual intolerance. If you utter any opinion that contradicts their narrow worldview, they instinctively resort to insults.

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  • Abdul-yakeen Mufutau

    Actually, it is not good to use abusive language when discussing any issues. The said mode of dressing is showing that we are still under colonial tutelage. I suggest the rule should permit traditional dresses but forbid the idea of exposing the breasts, shoulders and thighs among other sensitive parts of the body. May Almighty God, Allah (SWT) makes it easy for us to keep secret what should be hidden and makes it possible for us to benefit from it, Amen,

  • ayodele aliyu

    Great package, keep it up.

  • Abobi Peter

    wow! good improvement on our NTA. I could get effective live streaming right here in Nairobi

  • Lovely set from NTA…http://www.livestreaming.com.ng

  • Chibuike

    The last speaker have no MMM ideology and spoke holistically and ignorantly

  • Chibuike

    MMM is not an investment… it is a mutual community

  • Chibuike

    the discussion here is about the then wonderBank.. MMM is not close to it…

    But MMM Do not collect people’s money thus they have committed no crime.

    What is the relationship with wonderbank and MMM….?

  • Chibuike

    With all due respect.. the presenters are giving wrong information

  • OMOJESUYK

    you guys are just giving people fake information about MMM

  • Chibuike

    lets watch and see if it will crash…

    your sensitization undermines our wisdom.. we read the terms and condition and fully understand the risk..
    your sensitization should continue. but we love MMM

  • Chibuike

    hahaha this guys are not financially smart as they claim to be…
    with my little knowledge in blockchain technology, peer to peer financial theory
    i know how the 30% is generated

    MMM is exposing the crazy exploitation of the banks..

    MMM is far better than all our banks.. and i trust them more than our banks

  • Inuwa Zubairu

    This world is truly a bad place, and the world has managed to teach us that anything so good is after us. I think that is why I see this broadcast about this UNSTOPPABLE ENGINE that is transforming thousands of lives on daily basis. MMM is by far more transparent than the human nature, it is more transparent than any structure we have seen before, and in our bad nature we just find it hard to believe the reality of this. Since when do we believe the media? Since when is the government so interested in how we spend our money? Has it not occurred to anyone that MMM is stopping them from enjoying what  they have been enjoying in our ignorance? True intelligence I believe is that I can listen to something and know when something TRUEL/FALSE is coming my way. Why can’t anyone take his time to study about the world MMM is trying to build before publishing any publication to scare people from MMM? I have on a personal note found MMM to be the best and I can only hope that some years, not far from now we can have every Nigerian finally living as they Truly deserve. Long Live this Great Movement! I am proud to be a part of it.

  • Abel Anthony Ise Jnr

    nice