My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return

My reaction is at three levels.

At the very human level I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man. As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable, Coming from those who profess to love him I can feel that in values they must belong to a different breed than I.

At the level of duty to country and to an oath of office I feel pain that it does not matter to some that the country they pledged to build has become the mother of all jokes from their actions. Nothing speaks more profoundly to the challenges of a patrimonial state than this experince. Pathetic though is the fact that the National Assembly does not move quickly enough with a strong resolution that removes this shame from us.

Finally i shudder that it matters little that some people are reducing the constitution to shreds and setting up an uneducated mass of the population to head down the road to Somalia. Civil society, fortunately, is geared to resist a dip into anarchy



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Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Ayo Akinfe posted on 02-26-2010, 04:09:12 AM
[1] I for one am still scratching my head to believe that all this is true
[2] It appears that people desperate for contracts and presidential goody-goodies moved him because Goodluck was keeping the national moi-moi away from them
[3] They were so desperate to move Yar'Adua that they could not even finish building a special unit for him. Rumour has it that he is still inside the ambulance while an intensive care unit is being constructed at Aso Rock
[4] I for one find this so despicable that I cannot find the bad words to express it. How can anyone be so hungry for power and wealth that they are prepared to use the body of a man barely alive as a pawn?
[5] To make matters worse, it appears to be all for nothing as Goodluck is still in charge
[6] The plot has backfired, however, because everyone has seen through it and Goodluck remains in charge of everything
[7] The only person to have suffered from this is Yar'Adua. Imagine how far back this would have affected his recovery
[8] If he dies as a result of this, those responsible for bringing that body back from Saudi Arabia should be made to face murder charges
[9] Once more, this shows that Nigerians can act like animals. I cannot believe that Yar'Adua's family let them use him this way. They should have stood up to these powers-that-be and said no - he stays in Jeddah until he is well enough to go home!
[10] I, however, doubt we will get answers. By now,someone should have been named as the one responsible for taking the decision to bring the body back.
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Emeka008 posted on 02-26-2010, 05:34:36 AM
QUOTE:
[1] I for one am still scratching my head to believe that all this is true
[2] It appears that people desperate for contracts and presidential goody-goodies moved him because Goodluck was keeping the national moi-moi away from them
[3] They were so desperate to move Yar'Adua that they could not even finish building a special unit for him. Rumour has it that he is still inside the ambulance while an intensive care unit is being constructed at Aso Rock
[4] I for one find this so despicable that I cannot find the bad words to express it. How can anyone be so hungry for power and wealth that they are prepared to use the body of a man barely alive as a pawn?
[5] To make matters worse, it appears to be all for nothing as Goodluck is still in charge
[6] The plot has backfired, however, because everyone has seen through it and Goodluck remains in charge of everything
[7] The only person to have suffered from this is Yar'Adua. Imagine how far back this would have affected his recovery
[8] If he dies as a result of this, those responsible for bringing that body back from Saudi Arabia should be made to face murder charges
[9] Once more, this shows that Nigerians can act like animals. I cannot believe that Yar'Adua's family let them use him this way. They should have stood up to these powers-that-be and said no - he stays in Jeddah until he is well enough to go home!
[10] I, however, doubt we will get answers. By now,someone should have been named as the one responsible for taking the decision to bring the body back.


It is indeed disheartening how Yaradua has been made a sick puppy in the presidential manger.
My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Pat Utomi posted on 02-26-2010, 06:22:07 AM

My reaction is at three levels.

At the very human level I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man. As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable, Coming from those who profess to love him I can feel that in values they must belong to a different breed than I.

At the level of duty to country and to an oath of office I feel pain that it does not matter to some that the country they pledged to build has become the mother of all jokes from their actions. Nothing speaks more profoundly to the challenges of a patrimonial state than this experince. Pathetic though is the fact that the National Assembly does not move quickly enough with a strong resolution that removes this shame from us.

Finally i shudder that it matters little that some people are reducing the constitution to shreds and setting up an uneducated mass of the population to head down the road to Somalia. Civil society, fortunately, is geared to resist a dip into anarchy



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Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Ayo Akinfe posted on 02-26-2010, 06:22:07 AM

My reaction is at three levels.

At the very human level I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man. As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable, Coming from those who profess to love him I can feel that in values they must belong to a different breed than I.

At the level of duty to country and to an oath of office I feel pain that it does not matter to some that the country they pledged to build has become the mother of all jokes from their actions. Nothing speaks more profoundly to the challenges of a patrimonial state than this experince. Pathetic though is the fact that the National Assembly does not move quickly enough with a strong resolution that removes this shame from us.

Finally i shudder that it matters little that some people are reducing the constitution to shreds and setting up an uneducated mass of the population to head down the road to Somalia. Civil society, fortunately, is geared to resist a dip into anarchy



..Read the full article
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Araba posted on 02-26-2010, 06:22:07 AM

My reaction is at three levels.

At the very human level I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man. As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable, Coming from those who profess to love him I can feel that in values they must belong to a different breed than I.

At the level of duty to country and to an oath of office I feel pain that it does not matter to some that the country they pledged to build has become the mother of all jokes from their actions. Nothing speaks more profoundly to the challenges of a patrimonial state than this experince. Pathetic though is the fact that the National Assembly does not move quickly enough with a strong resolution that removes this shame from us.

Finally i shudder that it matters little that some people are reducing the constitution to shreds and setting up an uneducated mass of the population to head down the road to Somalia. Civil society, fortunately, is geared to resist a dip into anarchy



..Read the full article
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Jeye posted on 02-26-2010, 06:22:07 AM

My reaction is at three levels.

At the very human level I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man. As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable, Coming from those who profess to love him I can feel that in values they must belong to a different breed than I.

At the level of duty to country and to an oath of office I feel pain that it does not matter to some that the country they pledged to build has become the mother of all jokes from their actions. Nothing speaks more profoundly to the challenges of a patrimonial state than this experince. Pathetic though is the fact that the National Assembly does not move quickly enough with a strong resolution that removes this shame from us.

Finally i shudder that it matters little that some people are reducing the constitution to shreds and setting up an uneducated mass of the population to head down the road to Somalia. Civil society, fortunately, is geared to resist a dip into anarchy



..Read the full article
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Biafran posted on 02-26-2010, 07:50:28 AM
\"As one who has known him and met with him privately as recently as a few months ago my sense of human solidarity moves me to tears at what has been done to his right to some dignity when he is most vulnerable\" -Pat Utomi

The write above, just like Jesus to the women of Jerusalem ought to cry for himself and 'his people', that needs that!
A foolish power drunk man that knows not when to throw a towel, until he is knocked out unconscious deserves no tear from anyone.
If he was any wise, when Obasanjo the evil man, imposed him on the people, and he was well aware of the curse such will bring on him and knows more importantly that he is on 'half life', yet he succumb to the push and shove of his Jezebel wife.
Now he can get whatever that is thrown at him, the question is, will others on line learn a thing or two from the whole madness??? I bet no.
The problems of that failed British project called Nigeria, are not the 'uneducated' ones, no it is THE SO-CALLED EDUCATED ILLITERATE ONES, who never use real live approach or common sense in solving real life problem, but will rather blow useless grammar only to hang around those so called illiterates with their big degrees begging to serve them at all cost.

Watch all the 'educated' morons that served as slaves for those touts and get treated like morons at the end with all their 'high degrees and all that', then you'll understand why education does not translate to wisdom.
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Oluifa posted on 02-26-2010, 07:51:36 AM
"I am scandalized that friends and relations of any human can reduce his dignity as badly as they have handled the living body of this man."

Prof, where is your proof that there is a \\"living body\\" of Yar'Adua?
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Dapxin posted on 02-26-2010, 08:08:04 AM
I am going to be morbid but yeah!

- One,
It doesnt take a PhD in medicine to know, from months ago, that Yaradua is in no shape to be a class captain.

- Let's not kid ourselves. He brought all of these onto himself. He accepeted to be Obasanjo's mule.

- If you accept suicide from the start, I don't feel sorry for you when folks around you tighten the noose. Thats the point of being a Man

Once you depart from the above, It is little surprise that folks around him have accepted him as their mule too.

To say you are scandalized about what his immediate train-wreck of a family and what they are doing to him - and by extension Nigeria, is a reflection of just how bad you mis-understimate the mindset that can look the other way, in the midst of so much suffering in the land they pretend to lead.

Rule one; Know your enemy. Know that you know him. Confront that...and you will be safe.
Re: My Thoughts On Yar'adua's Return
Unregistre posted on 02-26-2010, 10:03:20 AM
QUOTE:
I am going to be morbid but yeah!

- One,
It doesnt take a PhD in medicine to know, from months ago, that Yaradua is in no shape to be a class captain.

- Let's not kid ourselves. He brought all of these onto himself. He accepeted to be Obasanjo's mule.

- If you accept suicide from the start, I don't feel sorry for you when folks around you tighten the noose. Thats the point of being a Man

Once you depart from the above, It is little surprise that folks around him have accepted him as their mule too.

To say you are scandalized about what his immediate train-wreck of a family and what they are doing to him - and by extension Nigeria, is a reflection of just how bad you mis-understimate the mindset that can look the other way, in the midst of so much suffering in the land they pretend to lead.

Rule one; Know your enemy. Know that you know him. Confront that...and you will be safe.


Its not actually the enemy that one should be so worried about. Its the so called friends, the so called right hand men. I bet none of Yar Adua's enemies was among those that made the decission to sacrifice him for their own political selfishness. Remember the saying that "God should protect one from his friends, as per the enemies, he can deal with those".
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