Their judgement is overdue please by Awurum Darlington

Their judgment is overdue please by Awurum Darlington

Awurum Darlington officially known Their judgment is overdue please by as the king of savagery today out of anger described what he felt for past Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu.

“These are our enemies. They are the reason why we are where we are today. No one should defend them. Their judgment is one overdue, please!

President (Goodluck Ebele Jonathan)

We had the Minister of Petroleum (Diezani Allison-Madueke)

We had the Minister of Finance (Ngozi Okonji Iweala)

We had the Minister Of Information & Communication (Dora Akunyeli)

We had the Minister Of Interior (Emmanuel IHEANACHO)

We had the Minister Of Labour (Chukwuemeka Ngozichineke WOGU)

We had the minister of aviation (Stella Oduah)

We had the minister of power (Barth Nnaji)

We had the minister of Education (Viola Onwuliri)

We had the Secretary to the Federal government (Anyim Pious Anyim)

We had the Chief of Army Staff (Ihejirika)

We had the Deputy Senate President (Ike Ekweremadu)

We had the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives (Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha) amongst others.

When we had the portfolios above, why couldn’t we have a good SEAPORT in the Eastern region?

Why couldn’t we have the SECOND NIGER BRIDGE?

Why couldn’t we have the majority of our people employed with AVIATION, recruited into the POLICE and ARMY?

Why couldn’t we build ONITSHA MAIN MARKET and ARIARIA ABA to modern and international standards?

Why couldn’t we build an INTERNATIONAL CARGO AIRPORT in the East?

Why couldn’t we revoke OIL LICENSES and ALLOT to our people?

Why couldn’t we give most of our people IMPORTATION LICENSES?

Why couldn’t we assist our LOCAL INDUSTRIES and SMALL SCALE BUSINESSES?

Why couldn’t we Champion and seal the underground plan for THE BIRTH OF BIAFRA?

Why couldn’t we Reform our EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM?

Why couldn’t we build our numerous DILAPIDATED ROADS?

Why couldn’t we elevate our numerous JUDGES to JUSTICES?

The portfolios above are the heart of Nigeria in finance, economy, labor, security, and transport. Why couldn’t we do anything with it?”

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