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Says Our Government Already Sold Nigerians to second slavery.

 

The highly revered international cultural icon, who is the traditional title holder of EreluvOodua of Aye kingdom and Irawo Oni of Yoruba land, HRH Erelu Tinuade Mabel Onaneye has on Tuesday 8th of  December, 2020 berated the Nigerian Government at all levels and traditional rulers for the system failure and all the ugly incidents happening in Nigeria. Safety, security, hunger, starvation, and diseases.

 

The renowned social crusader, Erelu Tinuade made the declaration from her base in Texas, United States through a release she signed and made available to the press and general public via her media aide, Saint-Olawale Jimoh on the beautiful Tuesday morning at about 9 am. Erelu condemned the unbearable shapes that events are taking back home and wonder if one can still call Nigeria a home country.

 

‘No right-thinking Nigerian anywhere in the world will be comfortable hearing those horrible stories and happening from Nigeria. For instance, take a look at the recent massacre of about 110 rice farmers in Borno or the never-ending killings of innocent Nigerians in Southern Kaduna. The economy is collapsing and we are sliding back into recession for the second time. A Dollar now goes for about N510 judging by the current exchange rate. What about the outrageous amount of money being bandied about and stolen from the Niger Delta Development Commission? In the midst of all these, kidnapping and rapping haven’t stopped yet we have a government at all levels.’She lamented.

‘Regrettably, our traditional rulers who are supposed to call these politicians and government to order are shying away from the truth because of what they will eat. Today they’re all equally bearing the brunt of their inaction and negligence. In Odigbo, the Olori and the two grown-up daughters of the king were abducted and abuse by herdsmen. Around the same time, another highly respected monarch, the Olufon of Ifon in Ondo state was brutally shot and killed by those suspected to be hoodlums or kidnappers. The citizens are no safer, All these calls for sobber reflection.’ She continued.

 

Erelu Tinuade didn’t fail to also mention the high rate of unemployment in Nigeria. She challenged all the 36 State Governors to publicly declare how many jobs they created since assuming office saying all they do is paying lips service to employment generation. She opined there no more office job for graduates except factory works owned by the wicked Chinese and Indian employers who enslave our youths for peanuts they call salaries and you dare not challenge them because they have the support of our government, another second slavery.

 

Erelu Tinuade concluded by calling on all Nigerians back at home to get ready for another national protest to reclaim our land and hold our leaders accountable for all the negligence and recklessness as she believes it’s the only way to restore sanity into the country and our economy.


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One staff said, “I was handling one application then it doubled as a result.”

Another one also: “There’s a particular team where three members left in the space of one month. Now, four people’s responsibilities are being juggled by one person.”

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And yet another staff said, “The pressure is crazy. One person is doing three people’s jobs all in the name of efficiency. That’s why our cost to income ratio will always be the lowest in the industry.”

An undisclosed source said the frequent loss of experienced workers without commensurate hiring resulted in gaps in technical capabilities.

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The Chief Executive Officer of Monimichelle Group, Ebi Egbe, has called on the federal government to do something on the state of the roads in the country, declaring that the state of the Port-Harcourt Aba Road has become a bad advertisement for the country.

The poor state of the federal highway came to the fore over the weekend when Egyptian side, Pyramids Football Club who flew in the club’s private jet landed

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He further charged the various state governments to also upgrade their stadium facilities just like other countries are doing.

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