Showing posts with label balogun. Show all posts
Showing posts with label balogun. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Boko Haram Solution: Opinion By Balogun Adesina

Unedited From Ọmọ Oódua Reader: Facebook Profile
To solve this problem. Boarders should be secured 24/7 surveillance around the boarders. First thing first. Shipment coming into Nigeria should be searched or scanned. Mighty Scans should be in place. Let them put surveillance camera everywhere in the country to track people. Even the worst place. They should stop using old models. Trace any transfer of funds more than 2,000,000 Naira. . Also, let everyone in the country register their home. ( Lagos about to start). Also the issue of identity and Immigration laws should be in place. Employ the best brains in the IT industry to capture,save and process data. Let access to data be available to TOP officials and the police. Reform the way we police the people.
   Maritime reform will create loads of job Both permanent and indirect jobs.  Education too. Education Reform!!! Education reform is not by building more universities or federal uni. The Government is just tooo stupid and useless.. They are not using their brain at all. Why will you let america be helping you fight Boko Haram. OMG! If you trace it very well you will know. Nigerian are smarter than this..

This government is just use-less.

Please open your senses..

Monday, March 18, 2013

Pardon Spree: Ila Indigenes Urge Jonathan To Pardon Tafa Balogun

The people of Ila-Orangun town in Osun State have called on President Goodluck Jonathan to extend state pardon to a former Inspector General of Police, Mr. Tafa Balogun, saying his conviction was political.
Osun State Chairman of the defunct Justice Party, Mr. Adesoji Adeleke, stated this in a telephone interview with our correspondent, on Friday. Adeleke, who hails from Obalogbo’s compound, Oke-Jigbo, in Okomo Ruling House, Ila-Orangun, said it was wrong of the Federal Government to leave out Balogun in the state pardon.
He said, “We are contacting all Ila parapo on Sunday with a view to knowing what next step to take on the issue. His travail is not unconnected with the politics of succession at that time.

Friday, October 26, 2012

My wife wanted to run away when she discovered I was a boxer – Olu Moses, 83, Hogan Bassey’s Yaba Club teammate

Olu Moses | credits:
Olu Moses, who is still actively involved in boxing as a coach at 83, shares his experiences with ADEOLA BALOGUN and OLUFEMI ATOYEBI
At 83, you are still involved in boxing. Why are you not retired?
Boxing is my life. It is difficult to do without it. Besides, age has not affected my passion for the sport and that is why I still train the young ones to become good boxers.  The boys I train now are preparing for the 2013 National Sports Festival, which is coming up in Lagos. I want them to be like me. I want them to make progress in the game. I believe that when we have boys and train them right from a


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