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JOIN THE SURVEY: OBJ says constituency projects by lawmakers is corruption. Do you agree?



Pro-Buhari group slams Obasanjo, says his letter an open confrontation against the North

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo, has accused Nigerian lawmakers of corruptly enriching themselves through bogus constituency projects inserted into budgets. The lawmakers, in return, have branded Obasanjo as the god father of corruption in Nigeria, alleging that he was the first to initiate a move aimed at bribing members of the legislature.

Do you agree with Obasanjo’s claims that constituency projects by lawmakers is corruption? Vote YES or NO

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  1. fdee nice

    August 29, 2017 at 7:27 am

    Right from the beginning, the military: 6 majors nzegwu + co & 1 major general/ ironsi militarized and unitarised Nigeria.Then came Gowon, Murtala, Obasanjo, Buhari, Abacha, Babangida, who bastardized Nigeria with 12, 19, 36 etc states and 774 LGAs. Then Politicians came back with backyard constituencies and almagiri schools and overnight public and private universities. Now that things have fallen apart, no centres can hold. Let all above age 70yr be retired and silenced especially the ex military, ex judiciary, ex legislators, ex executives. The politicians need JAMB exam approval but with limit 200+ / 400! NOT 120+/400.

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