Saturday, 2 June 2012

THE NIGERIAN DREAM-LIFESTYLE AND PRIDE

Our focus as a nation is on  unity in diversity and  excellent values,
Pragmatic Leadership and the Dignity of Labor Performance.
These are all evident in our nationalist’s pursuit as thus: One Nigeria, True Federalism, Industrial Productivity and the Nigerian Pride for Commitment to Service with a Profound Recognition for God’s Help.
Therefore these combinations and the public policy of conviction over corrupt practices became passionately our national dream-lifestyle and pride, which of course gave rise to our national re-branding expression “Nigeria Good-People Great-Nation”
It will interest the world to know that our ultimate goal is the United States of Nigeria.
Nigeria a Land Of Bliss and Blessings.

P.D.P. AS BETTER CUSTODIANS FOR THE BEST POLITICAL REFERENCES

P.D.P. AS BETTER CUSTODIANS FOR THE BEST POLITICAL REFERENCES
People are Democratic Party of Nigeria. Must better concern herself with the best of citizen’s interest, nationalist example, political and history lessons.
In a mix – economy like Nigeria, P.D.P. government must know that the interaction of demand and supply influences the prices of our national interest and services
It must emphasize a better role and performance for local government, civil society, community organization and N.G.O.s
P.D.P. government should always maintain a preferential option for the poor as the true base of social justice. I believe that the justice of a community is measured by its treatment of the powerless in the society: those described as the widows and orphans, the poor and the stranger in our society. Economic justice must be measured not by what it does for the poor in our society.
P.D.P. government should reject both state-controlled socialism and unbridled capitalism. I believe that the needs of the poor take priority over the desires of the rich; the rights of the workers over the maximization of profits; the preservation of the environment takes priority over uncontrolled industrial expansion and production for military purposes.
P.D.P.government should be distressed to find that the distribution of income and wealth in Nigeria is so inequitable that it violates the minimum standard of distributive justice. The richest 10% receive more than what the bottom 50% together receive; the richest 10% owns more than 60% of the national wealth.

 

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