Tag Archives: Omobolaji Waliyullah

One slap could have wake “Abdul-financial terrorist” Maina – By Omobolaji Waliyullah

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When I heard that that pension terrorist slumps in Court, what’s that his name again sef ? Shey na MAINA abi na Abdul-financial terrorist ?

On a lighter note, one very correct slap would have returned him to consciousness.

It isn’t coincidence that they slump or come in wheelchairs when made to appear in Courts or before some committees to come explain how they had embezzled public funds.

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Those stunts of theirs are always the results of their deceptive rehearsals.

Unfortunately, our lawyers.. too will waste no time but play along most of the times to grant them leave to go treat themselves just to have their cases prolonged, delayed and discarded at the end…

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Jimi Agbaje’s “Politics of recriminations” – By Omobolaji Waliyullah

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Beyond his oratorical prowess, uncle Jimi Agbaje appears to be appealing more to our emotions, and forgetting that some people are pretty discerning and could decipher and differentiate between “issue-based campaign and that of recriminations.

He probably would have done himself a lot of good if he could raise the bar by dwelling more on life-transforming policies and take a break from politics of recriminations and divisive tendencies that will only make him appear to some minds as lacking what it takes to bring in fresh ideas that could rapidly turn things around in Lagos State.

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Only emotions could do it in some other States but not in a highly sophisticated State like Lagos State, where captains of industries are driven by government policies and even the artisans who form the largest chunk of the voting population have come to a conclusion that the alleged Political god-father is more of a benefactor to them than a predator!

To me, the alleged god-father might be worthy of emulation, however not in all ramifications, his political brilliancy and dexterity, his vision to identify potential leaders is quite enviable and commendable, and that stands him out amongst several of his likes in Nigeria today, whose god-fatherism posture in their State is overly parasitic and without vision and the inner sight to propel and position their respective States for meaningful development.

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