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Letter of Invitation.

Recently a childhood friend asked me to write him a letter of invitation so he could visit America on his vacation. Sill puzzled at the reasoning behind why a Nigerian citizen, a free country and member of the British Commonwealth of Nations would need a formal invitation by a United States citizen also a member of the British Commonwealth of Nations and the beacon of freedom to obtain a tourist visa.

Doesn’t this defeat the whole idea of freedom. How free is a Nigerian citizen when he can’t get up and travel to any part of the world without been subjected to unreasonable and downgrading rules, fees and taxes

Once again can we blame corrupt Nigerian politicians who just as the slave traders have sold our human rights to foreign interests?

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Garbage Patch kids in Onitsha, Anambra Nigeria.

Via Flickr:
Garbage patch kids in Onitsha, Anambra State Nigeria

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Ikoyi Prison, Lagos Nigeria

Ikoyi Prison by Jujufilms
Ikoyi Prison, a photo by Jujufilms on Flickr.

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Ikoyi Prison
Ikoyi Lagos State Nigeria


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Billion Naira Home

At the end of my unpaved street in (Gwarimpa Abuja, Nigeria the largest residential estate in Africa developed by the Gen. Sani Abacha government for civil servants) sits a house valued at 450 million naira. On the next street is another house with a great big roof valued at 500 million naira. Both homes are owned by the same dude, not sure if he is a civil servant.

Now you might ask why will a dude sink almost a billion naira on 2 personal homes practically on the same block. Simple, that kind of thinking is made possible by those educated fools in the Goodluck Jonathan cartel that make sure this dude doesn’t pay property tax. So as oppose to building a billion naira factory in Gwagwalada manufacturing computers in Nigeria he would rather spend it keeping civil servants homeless in Gwarimpa.

Am talking about those fools that keep hookers at the Nicon Hotel, Abuja for years at obscene cost to the people.

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This might sound silly to some but to others a no brainer. A simple idea that many have died for. So here it is, every state in Nigeria should self sustain. Which means the people of the Niger delta have the right to self determination.

If the Niger Deltans decide to pave their streets in gold from their petrol naira that is their destiny. I don’t see a patriotic duty in preaching 160 million people share one destiny. Neither should I from Ibadan be entitled to the oil in Goodluck Jonathan’s backyard.

In the same spirit Goodluck Jonathan in Aso Villa has no moral authority to determine how he and his cronies spend the petrol naira from the Niger delta. Makes as much sense as me believing I am entitled to my neighbors water hole just cause we are both Nigerians.

In reality that kind of thinking will land me in many jails, except in the federal government of Nigeria where stealing is by nature

Do you know why the Niger delta can’t be like Texas? Very simple, it is the same plan they used to acquire Manhattan from the natives and the same one Fela talked about in ITT ( International Thief Thief)

The main objective is to control all your assets. To do this American and European oil merchants make sure the educated fools in the Nigerian government are under their total control.

Crippling the petrol refining industry, converting the electric sector to a continued criminal enterprise by creating a market from the sale of generators, petrol, diesel and other carbon emitting petroleum products. They scream global warming in the west and hurricanes from the Atlantic coast of West Africa.

Left in the aftermath of this conspiracy is a crucial conflict with calculated results. The Royal Niger Company formed by the British to exploit the created entity of Nigeria.

Fishermen yesterday become terrorists today. Writers become activists and are hung. Homelessness, starvation, murder becomes the normal. Polluted rivers and creaks, polluted air and water. Still the shadow criminals stash their dollars, pounds and euros in overseas assets.

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National Electric Power Authority

National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) serving Lagos, Nigeria since 1898.


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Personal Electric Holding Company

NEPA by Jujufilms
NEPA, a photo by Jujufilms on Flickr.


National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) serving Nigeria since 1898.


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Nuhu Ribadu @ Asaba Airport

Nuhu Ribadu @ Asaba Airport by Jujufilms
Nuhu Ribadu @ Asaba Airport, a photo by Jujufilms on Flickr.

Mallam Nuhu Ribadu Asaba International Airport