…And finally, Nigerians are Awakening!

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    I write this post as an encouraging one for Nigerians especially for those who took a break from the protests to read for encouragement to continue as they are fighting a just cause for themselves and their children yet unborn. Many months back while I watched the international news channels CNN, BBC Aljazeera etc. watching the Egyptian revolution, Libyan revolution, it seemed to me a very unlikely occurrence in Nigerian, for one thing Nigerians have always had this “I don’t care attitude” to serious national issues, and really love their lives too much to risk it in protests but deep down in my heart I wished for it, knowing how our politicians have been sucking us dry for ages, in fact we really needed the revolution more than the countries we were watching on the news many months back. while I together with many other Nigerians were thinking such protests would likely never occur, A Nigerian Prophet prophesied it, actually I watched that service live, but like majority of other Nigerians, just dismissed it with a wave of the hand, but now it’s coming to pass right before my eyes and I take a flashback at his exact words (read the full prediction here…) and I wonder how on earth did he predict this event with such uncanny precision? Whichever way he did it, he sure commanded my attention, just as the protests themselves are a dream fulfilled for me, what were they taking us for anyway they said they’re removing the subsidy to save money for infrastructure, when all they need to do is to cut there stupid unmerited salaries and budget that doesn’t make any sense.
    For instance, in 21 out of 50 Ministries, Departments and Agencies revealed the following amounts for some recurrent and capital expenditure items:
    • Travel – local and international N13 billion
    • Stationery, Magazines, Newspapers, etc. N4.5 billion
    • Maintenance of vehicles, furniture, etc.N17 billion
    • Training N5 billion
    • Fuel and Lubricants for cars, generators, etcN4 billion
    • Miscellaneous: welfare packages, refreshments, meals, N9 billion
    • Acquisition of Computer Software N2.5 billion
    • Research and Development: N27 billion
    N1.2 billion in the Ministry of Agriculture is to incorporate commodity marketing companies! The Ministry of Foreign Affairs wants to spend N322 million to acquire “computer software”.
    The following are some examples of what has been included in the State House (Aso Rock Villa) budget:
    Overhead is about N7.2 billion, or about N20 million per day to keep our President and VP happy. Their local travel budget is N724 million or N2 million per day, including weekends, while their international travel budget ix N951 million or nearly N3 million per day. The president’s office has N285 million to hand out as “welfare package”, N265 million to buy computers, N150 million to buy scanners, N161 million for buses, N295 million for new furniture, and N1.8 billion to “maintain existing furniture, office and residential quarters”. Desktops for N300, 000 each, laptops for N314, 000 each and scanners for a whopping N190, 000. The public address system in the President, VP’s office and Banquet Hall will cost N150 million! The SGF will spend N65 million on trees planting. They’ve got to be kidding me. Please fix our refineries and we won’t even have this conversation of subsidy that is just simply fraud. IT DOESN’T EXIST. carry on Nigeria, we stand with you!:clap2:
     
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