MY THOUGHTS ON ASUU STRIKE, THE TEENAGE STOAWAY & GOVERNOR SUNTAI OF TARABA!

You can't live in Nigeria and not follow the news, there was a time I would never read the news but now, I want to read it. I want to know what is happening within our country, I want to discuss it. I want us to engage one another. I intend to continue posting news stores that grab my attention, let us talk about it!

Ok the first story I want us to analyse is the story of the young stowaway on the Arik flight; in case you didn't know, a young boy, teenager, Daniel Ihekina was found alighting from the tyres of an Arik plane
that just traveled from Benin to Lagos, omoboy thought the plane was going to America, I can imagine his frustration when he landed in Lagos. LOL. However, I commend him for his bravery and he should thank his God that the plane didn't go all the way to America, he might have died in transit. He said his parents maltreat him and all he wanted was a better life... :( 


My worry is this: the flight officials were reportedly informed that one smalley was seen walking towards the tyre of the plane oh, I would expect that the flight should have been stalled and proper investigation carried out, instead, the pilot still went ahead with the flight. What if the boy was planting a bomb...see how porous security is at some Nigerian Airports? Now FAAN and ARIK are speaking big big english, no on wants to take the blame for this mishap!

Did you guys read about Taraba state governor Danbaba Suntai that came back from the hospital abroad where he was receiving treatments for the past 10 months! Yes, he has been out of Nigeria for that long. Basically he had an accident 10 months ago when an aircraft he was piloting crashed. He is lucky to be alive. Coming back is not the problem, you should have seen the state in which this man was brought in. He could barely walk and was supported by his aides throughout, he could not talk, if he could he should have given a press speech. Why oh why did he come back when he OBVIOUSLY is not feeling well? To govern Taraba? How? I just imagine he is a puppet and the puppet masters are pulling the strings. Doesnt this remind you of the last days of Yar'Adua? sings in african china's voice...* Make una lead us well...no let this nation to fall inside well.


Oh and are you following the ASUU strike?ASUU = Academic Staff Union of Universities. ASUU has been on strike for over a month and to be honest ehn, students don tire to stay house. I mean! One dude was complaining that he misses getting allawi from his dad cos since he's been home, no allowance. Isn't that enough reason for the strike to be called off? Not to mention all the girls wey go carry belle in this season because they are not in school. Proposed names for some of the babies they will bear are: Asuubukunmi, Asuumuyiwa, Assuseyifunmi... etc. LOL.

 Do you think this strike should go on? When two elephants fight, na the grass e dey affect. ASUU & Federal Government  abeg you people should come to a reasonable conclusion to this madness! See why people are hustling to run to obodo oyinbo? 

YOUR COMMENTS ARE NEEDED!

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  1. Of course the strike should not continue, I still don't know why the government is stalling. As for the small boy, God saved him o, did he think he could cross the atlantic in the wheel space of an airplane?

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    1. I actually think it should continue until the government delivers on the promise, if not this will keep repeating itself. Sad sha. As for the boy, I heard he got a scholarship after all this brouhaha

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  2. I laughed at the story of the boy, even though I know I shouldn't have. I don't know if the disappointment on his face is because he landed in Lagos or because he was caught. I can only imagine what was going through his head.

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    1. LIKE! He would have hissed , na Nigeria I still dey????

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  3. Oya blog about the COZA pastor and Ese Walters... I'm itching to read your views.

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    1. LOL....People are begging me not to blog on this issue o...I'll still think about it and find another angle

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  4. I like posts like this. Thrashing real Nigerian issues in a practical way. Please, keep these kinds of posts coming.

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  5. Lool at Asuubukunmi, Asuumuyiwa, Assuseyifunmi

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  6. Goes to show one should never underestimate kids. How did he learn about planes and how to travel safely? And the determination abi bravery? I wish him well anyway and pray he seeks a different goal.
    Like Myne said, if it had been truly a transatlantic flight, na frozen dead body dem for find.

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    1. He would have died if that plane trule went to America... and oh, I heard he recently got a scholarship.

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  7. We might as well try Asuun? No? Lol ok. *goes in the corner* The boy's story made me sad about our airport security and I am sure somewhere in the horizon poverty is to blame. As for Suntai, please I hope we wont have a repeat of the Yar'adua drama season 2 with new actors and cast.

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    1. LOL... Asuun ke? You have come again? LOL. I agree with you, I blame poverty

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  8. Oh! So the flight officials were actually informed about the 'small lie' before hand? And they still went ahead and fleeeeew?! #Gasp! Truly wat if the boy was planting a bomb like u said? They really should have checked it out to see wat was going on. My Nigeria! May God help our country :(

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  9. Nigeria sha....
    And the boy got a scholarship after sha. Nobody bothered to check his mental health or if it was a planned work or if he was even telling the truth.... Lets wait and see the number of people that will do the same thing in the name of scholarships, jobs and poverty...

    Plane tyre go soon turn to underbridge.

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