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Most in the Amanpour audience disagreed with Obasanjo’s statements that blamed the “ethnic, economic and social factors” for the crisis in Jos, Nigeria. The majority suggested that the crisis of Jos was the result of the dire consequences of Obasanjo’s “unfortunate” decisions that resulted from his eight-year term in office. Viewers felt that Obasanjo’s actions while in office exemplified the “insensitive and unaccountable power” that permeated his “failure” to address Jos’ interests. A few viewers favored Obasanjo’s ideology.
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Hello Christine! the Bible records that God wanted them to look for the Son of Hamas and perhaps search all around for Him and find Him,though He is not far away from us and Jesus said that He is the way ,the Truth and the life...I'm glad that Yousuf have found and choosen that way! The strong conviction that he showed, could be seen in the lives of the early believers too.They were persecuted and even put to death.His fearlessness of being abandon by his loved ones and for the possible persecution could come only from a ressurected and living Christ.Besides who would want to see his loved ones remain in the wrong way and perish,and not show them the right way when he already knows that way? Every barrier has a breakthrough and is prone to
Comments about Fmr. Nigerian President Obasanjo
David Akata While anyone cannot hold Obasanjo responsible for the ethnic dimension of the Jos crises,his misrule, maladministration, corruption ridden government exacerbated an already volatile environment that breed these social miscreants. Obasanjo should be bold enough to tell the world that his failure in government gave rise to the social and economic ...
Mostafa Mohamed Abohelwa I think that we are here in Africa are still under ignorance & bad socioeconomic conditions which are the main motives for these bad acts.
Falade Ja OBJ has definitely position himself in the side of a chess player, playing on the inteligence of Nigerians. His comment obviously shows that he knew the problems facing the country and decided not to do something about it when he was the president;yet he audaciously talk of Yar'adua and the degrading attitude surrounding his treatment,"wondeland ...
Ehsan Saadati Tribalism is the main cause of all problems in nigeria,but recent violences was the result of clashes between MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS,indeed Obasanjo is just denying the truth.
Annetjie de Jong And all african leaders get away with anything and everything ! ! ! What a joke of misrible people ! ! ! Wake up world ! ! !