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50 SHADES OF C-O-R-R-U-P-T-I-O-N

50 SHADES OF GREY IN CORRUPTION50 SHADES OF GREY IN CORRUPTION

A friend of mine raised an important point yesterday for analysis ie is it not wickedness that some people can habitually overlook the poor, even snigger at them, and instead give money to the rich, in the name of charity?

 

This triggered off a train of thought leading me to confirm this is one of the shades of grey in corruption and that this is unfortunately becoming a culture. There are other shades just like THE 50 SHADES OF GREY, they are subtle, even subliminal and not very clear to recognise as corruption in most cases.

Here are my first 25 of them, perhaps you AGREE and/OR you can suggest the other 25.

P.S. Don’t be surprised if you identify some of them in yourself.

At least in your quiet time, you can make a decision to CHANGE!!! lol

 

1. Flattering people for what they have to give you.

2. Only giving to those that can blow your trumpet …

3. One standard for your friends and family, and another standard for outsiders.

4. Giving employment to unqualified relatives – Nepotism. For e.g. ….

5. Hoarding goods and services to create artificial inflation

6. Refusing to condemn what is bad, due to pride. For e.g. all the blamers who refuse to call Nigerian perennial failure of leadership and instead focus on colonial masters, as architect of our failure. As if we are doomed, and other nations were not colonised.

7. Covering up for the corrupt, because it puts food on your families table, regardless of the families of those it takes food from their table. … For example all PA’s and top employees of Nigerian governors, legislators, Judges, Ministers, commissioners, the same also goes for clergy!!

8. Favoritism … All the people who kill meritocracy, and overuse connections to get appointment and give appointment to people know can’t do the Job.

9. Dismissive attitude towards what you know is ideal and right. All those who stay silent, or are despondent, or are hardened towards whats going on in their fatherland.

9b. Apathy, For e.g. its not my problem, doesn’t concern me and short-sighted people, not seeing how this affects them in the long run, who don’t realise we are all connected and that with 6 degree of separation we can change the homeland, or the homeland can change us.

10. Disunity, refusing to unite, and support good causes, because you don’t trust others, and perhaps you refuse to trust yourself too.

11. Bribing your way past traffic police or ticket inspectors. For e.g. …

12. Forging of documents, because you believe this is really important, and its nothing compared to what grand forgery and theft has happened.

13. Being an opportunitist seizing opportunity to be greedy and selfish, because you believe others have had their chance and taken it.

14. Use bad situations as example, for reason to do bad things to get supposedly good results.

15. Being partial or biased and not seeing anything wrong with it.

16. Entertaining liars and rumor mongers, in the name of good humor.

17. Silence and cowardice to injustice. ALUU4 is one example, but so are all the people dying in hospital in Nigeria, simply because it doesn’t affect your health directly NOW! Those dying on the roads. Those activists imprisoned falsely and against human rights. Those politicians who did the right thing, but get no recognition. For e.g. Prof. Ambrose Alli

18. Paying too much attention to titles, rather than what the Titled has done. Most non traditional chief’s, Dr’s, Prof’s, Engr’s, Barristers, Pastors, Revd, Sheikh’s, Alhaji’s; who have the title prefixed in their name, even when not addressing a group of people of professional relevant and targetted audience.

19. Associating with the corrupt, and not blowing the whistle on them. For e.g. Most political wannabe’s/Sycophants

20. Readily attending social gatherings, but reluctantly agreeing to gather for social justice.

21. Going to church or Mosque or other and not practicing the principles of what you preach, not bearing good fruit, evident in your community. MORAL BANKRUPTCY!

22. Wearing too much bling and effects to create false impression. Seemingly making vanity a virtue.

23. Ojigijigi or in bini we call it Olighlighi or in english is called purposeful and organised CHAOS (Thank you Ruby)

24. Eye service – Doing things, so can be seen doing it only, but not for the principle of diligence behind it.

25. Its not my responsibility, its the governments responsibility. Without asking who make up the government.

 

My friends thanks for contributing your thoughts on this. But above all thanks in advance for sharing as well. Because using the 6 degrees of separation, even all the people tagged in this note publication, can change the fatherland for the better, just by SHARING and or TAGGING your friends, to keep the message going. Facebook is a godsend, when you compare what opportunity to change things NOW, unlike before its advent.

SO THESE ARE MY FIRST 25 SHADES OF GREY IN CORRUPTION, PERHAPS YOU AGREE AND CAN SUGGEST THE OTHER 25??

 

50 SHADES OF GREY IN CORRUPTION50 SHADES OF GREY IN CORRUPTION

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Wales Odusoga Snr
Wales Odusoga Snr Hmmmmm, i wonder why!

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Fidelis Edosomwan
Fidelis Edosomwan Greg Ekhator this is extensive and deep

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Fidelis, Indeed!
And when u consider d how often these habits abound, then we can assess how deeply corrupt we as a people have become.
If we r going to get rid of corruption. We need to get rid of these bad societal habits first.. Where do we start?

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Sly Stoner
Sly Stoner Waaaaaaar Against Corruption!!!!!!

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Sly Stoner
Sly Stoner Gowaaaaan mi Greggy!!!

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda well captured and summarised, so if we want to tackle this hydra headed monster, where do we start…??

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Terfa, I think for us to stand a chance, we need a good sense of UNITY & collective action!! ?
That’s d main & 1st Step

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda 26. Godfatherism and Grand Election Malpractice in all tiers of our electoral system…

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Terfa, absolutely! That’s right godfatherism is akin to mafioso & cartels!
That must say, is one of d heavier shades of grey! Anyone who has a godfather will be schooled & partake in reinforcing corruption!

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda needless to say item 26 is the mother of all corrupt practices in Nigeria, all the other 25 manifestations draw their strength from this singular item…

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator You r right, the author of corruption, is of darkness naw!
With all kind of wicked longterm plans for the greedy and myopic!See More

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda Uncle Greg, I”ve been thinking… but I don’t know if this is possible within naija, can we setup a whistle-blowing website…

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator I have 2 facebook pages for such, and a few other fb groups already!!! One website, is not going to do it, not 2, its going to take quite a few dedicated patriots, who are determined for our fatherland. The problem is we are very few genuine ones as ofSee More

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda You may be right but not entirely… a dedicated website, created for the sole purpose of exposing corruption in nigeria can draw incredible traffic, what i have in mind is something along the lines of wiki-leaks, anyone with valid information can postSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Hmmm! Sounds Interesting, but a journalist and a 9jrn law + international law expert, will be the minimum requirement to pull it off properly. Given the standards set by the 2 most prominent so far. It takes a lot to compile such data properly and secuSee More

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Offiah Nonye
Offiah Nonye Well said,.. Sigh…

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda Ha ha @Greg… now you know why things don’t happen in Nigeria… but sleep over it, new ideas may spring up…

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Senu Hun
Senu Hun Probably more than 50 but even 10 is bad. As Human beings , these failings are not specific to Nigeria and are best avoided no matter our colour creed nationality or faith.
Its a well thought out Note although solutions are less clear to come by.
ForSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Cheers Senu, This could be so, perhaps due to these shades among most 9jrns …as identified in no. 9a, 9b and 13

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Many thanks my bro Chikere Ezeh, yes o, lets harness social media to shift our mindset.

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Senu Hun
Senu Hun True Greg but we each are individuals and when people sit you down to tell you the stories of their lives , it is revealing to know that they actually have past ad current reasons to be have how they do.
Ive often wondered why 160 million people can hSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Bassey Ulo, has just added YOUR No. 27.
27. Persistently and purposely promising and failing!!

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Sly Stoner
Sly Stoner Greg Ekhator: Mi Greggy am flowing with your radical boy – Terfa – here. Maybe the way u set up Mega-Mix purposely geared for music, we need one SOLELY for CORRUPTION. Not only 9ja corruption alone but corruption across the continent with major internaSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Sly Stoner, hahahahaha!! You got me cracking up mehhn! You want to sex up this dossier of shades? 😉

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Sly Stoner and Terfa Prince Binda, my brotherlies, you guys make a big point together. I have thought about it.
I think it is very feasible, however, as a starting point, let us get our building blocks together, even from this note, that is connected wSee More

IN CONTINUATION OF THE EFFORTS TO NAME AND SHAME CORRUPT NIGERIAN PUBLIC OFFICIALS, AND CREATE A SENSE OF RIGHT AND WRONG IN OUR DEAR NATION, … PLEASE PERUSE THE FOLLOWING DATA:

 

EFCC / ICPC HIGH PROFILE CASES IN NIGERIA. Reference Public Records.

by Tony Nammor on Tuesday, 24 April 2012 at 10:38 · 

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Sly Stoner, you are right the problem is continental and is intricately related.
The only other thing i will add to the existing needs, is that we also and with the same gusto, collate information on people who are patriots and doing the right thing, aSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Terfa Prince Binda and Sly Stoner
I am waiting on you ALL!!!!!!!!!! ????

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Richard Legemah
Richard Legemah Greg, I applaud your commitment to finding lasting solutions to the issue of corruption, this list is deep and detailed and I’m guilty. However, I think the biggest issue here is our weak institutions, I’m all for shaming and naming these corrupt indiSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Richard Legemah, Many thanks for your kind words!
I completely i agree with you! The fundamental institutions are weak or absent all together. Hence the mindset reorientation and awareness campaign, can rapidly commence, once we have enough hearts and See More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ok, we have got 27 shades out of 50, has anyone discerned the 28th shade of grey in corruption??

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Doreen Jimmy
Doreen Jimmy from the foregoing then. everyone is guilty of at least one shade of it

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Doreen Jimmy, Absolutely!!!
Not one of us is pure!!!
So therefore, let us purge ourselves of this corrupt mindset, so we can become functional as a nation….See More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator 28. Exerting undue influence or getting ur family/friend to exert pressure to give you/yours favor and thereby perverting d design & function of a system!!!
– if 9jrn chances are u are 99.9% guilty or less than 30 years old!

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Yemzzy Ad Sr., you need to read this, and therefore see, where we the 9jrn people are the ones producing and cheerleading our bad leadership, either by passively dismissing them, or actively encouraging them. Ehen!!

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Kristy Ikanih
Kristy Ikanih EXTENSIVE, EXCLUSIVE and DEFINITELY to be EXPANDED!!!!! About to Post this in my Ndi Anioma Group Greg Ekhator will tag you!

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Kristy Ikanih
Kristy Ikanih Did you say Bendel? Hmm You know that I am Bendel ah ah? Coincidence???

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Kirsty, yes nau!!
You mentioned Anioma??
Anioma, is defunct Bendel – east.See More

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Kristy Ikanih
Kristy Ikanih Yes we are still ONE~!

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator (y) (y)
UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL!!

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Bayo Adeyinka
Bayo Adeyinka A very good breakdown. But I think your number 15 should be Partial- Being partial…
Honestly, I admire your stand against corruption of all forms. Corruption is the devil Nigeria and Nigerians must fight and win to make our “ugly” country beautifSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Bayo Adeyinka, thank you so much and for that correction, indeed i meant to say PARTIAL in NO.15. Cheers!

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Dede Olutoyin Yebovi
Dede Olutoyin Yebovi · 3 mutual friends

Vetting and electing unenlightened, ignorant and incompetent leaders. And staying in a job only for the money.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Dede, yes indeed, our people do that a lot, mostly due to tribalism, but its also so that they can have access to subvert the system…. using kparakpo …. abi?

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Dede Olutoyin Yebovi
Dede Olutoyin Yebovi · 3 mutual friends

I just always wonder why we always vote for people who are of lower intelligence. And it just keeps getting lower. I guess it’s their cunning that deceives the people.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Dede, because the people are increasingly corrupt, as in greedy and short sighted, so the politicians play to their tune, otherwise they wont get elected.
The 28 shades of corruption so far identified are what politicians have to either perpetrate orSee More

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Greg Ekhator Terfa Prince Binda and Sly Stoner
I am still waiting on both of you !!!!!!!!!! ????

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Cheers Rico James, perhaps u can identify the 29th shade of corruption we haven’t already mentioned?? 😉

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda @Greg… I saw the list, and I said it was a commendable job… Point 1. Our objective is to show the whole World, that many Nigerian citizens do not condone corruption and are frankly appalled by it, you remember the recent case of a Policeman’s exposSee More

The Nigeria Police Force has dismissed an officer caught on tape…
AFRICANSPOTLIGHT.COM

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Terfa, thanks, I agree with first 2 points completely, but with d third one, as hard as it is to find partners on d ground! That is d key to d change! The key to getting d massive numbers & reason people to shift their mindset to one of responsibility! We must find those credible influential partners! With record of activism! Not just talk?

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Terfa Prince Binda
Terfa Prince Binda Yes, like I said, Finding Partners inside naija will be DIFFICULT, but not IMPOSSIBLE!

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator The search is now on for such partners!! bro?
I think that will motivate and direct our passion a lot more.

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JA Kee
JA Kee Is being ‘opportunistic’ bad?… Minus d greedy n selfish bit… Can’t stand that in people.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator JA Kee, being opportunistic is not necessarily bad, but it comes with the territory that advantage is seized so it becomes undue advantage. As you mentioned greed and selfishness cause this. However thats what regulatory bodies are meant to referee, buSee More

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JA Kee
JA Kee Winning competitive advantage is cool, infact na my goal lol. It’s healthy for commerce. But what you’ve described ‘unfair’ … Having undue advantage.. It’s relative I think. EG….. If my father was a corrupt leader n I didn’t like it, and I had compSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator JA Kee, Now there are 2 questions there, the answer to the last one is clearly NO, because you are using your office to deliver its purpose, legally.
On the other hand the first part, is opposite to the last part.
You will not be useless to the needy,See More

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JA Kee
JA Kee LMAOOOOO! “Daddy daddy!”…. “Yes dear?”…”corruption is bad, stop it, return d private jet n lands n billions to d people n go back to being a secondary school teacher where u belong”…”ok dear I’m doing that right now”….. (Even nollywood can’t produce this script) lol

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JA Kee
JA Kee Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely. Dat child dat tries to stop d dad from corruption will be d next sacrifice at their next Ogboni meeting lmao

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator JA Kee, Daddy’s girl always know how to get what they want from Daddy, and its absolutely not what u have just scripted…. hahahahaa!
So juice up the script, to be more realistic….

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JA Kee
JA Kee Hmmm… Not all are daddies. Some are father, others papa, others Sir! Sooo…. Can’t be as easy as it sounds. Only God can change such a person

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex hmm….. nawa ooooh i dey fear dis country….

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ayodele T Alex, 9ja reach to fear o!! Even 9jrns, including thy self !!! Hahahahaa

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex @ greg, i wil be leaving dis country to Benin Republic any moment soon

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex cos i can’t cope….! ur idea is nothing without the power to activate it. i don’t knw why i was born in dis generation……

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex am vry serious here sir, my frnd relocated to Ghana last week and he called me that is either i leav or i keep hopin…. if is just the electricity there one wil be able to see what is next.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ayodele T Alex, but u have so much power, if u can just fine like minds and band together, under some noble cause. Its the one thing, 9jrns are very bad at doing, so there is scarcity of it, which if u did economics, u know automatically creates demandSee More

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex we the youth hav no place here is either ur father is invlove or u hav an Uncle who hav the interest of the entire family at hrt. Naija is nt a level plain field sir.

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex sir, Nigerians compromise easily, u can find people to start with, but ur effort wil be frustrated, i belt u if u don’t hav a survicing bizness or work place u such person can fail.

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex i wil be 26yrs come next month, i don’t hav a reasonable job??? after my sch no Job i went into driving now am a driver with useless pay…. hw lng wil i do dat for??? why then did i went to school?

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JA Kee
JA Kee This is sooo sad!!! @ayodele

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Austin Agho
Austin Agho Suggested correction to Point 15: Shouldn’t it be “partial” instead of “impartial”?

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ayodele T Alex, i know 9jrns compromise easily, but u have to give it a shot!
Over this weekend, know your councillor’s office, and your gov’s office if u r near the capital.
Then write down only 3 things on a piece of paper, that you know will help ySee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Austin Agho, yes you are right, someone else spotted that too, i will actually correct it now.

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JA Kee
JA Kee Ayodele you are right but not entirely. The thing is now adays this get rich quick syndrome is killing our potential as a nation. If you move to another country you only grow their human resources. Their are organisations here set to assist young EntreSee More

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JA Kee
JA Kee Auto correct gbagauned me lol

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator JA Kee, Fantastic, I am so glad you can point him in the right direction as well

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JA Kee
JA Kee Just spoke to president of NEF and told him about ayodele. If a young if young people are interested I can organise I meeting where he can address them and tell them what they are entitled to. We got some support I will highlight you guys shortly. Ayodele don’t loose hope. Your country needs you.

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JA Kee
JA Kee Omg auto correct

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex thank you sir, @ jakee and sir greg. all point well taken and i wil give it a shot. i wil appreciate if i can get more info on the NEF

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex i pray ur dreams and aspiration wil nt die IJN. thank you all. for ur words of encouragement.

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex sir
greg, pls help us speak to mr Tope Fasua to redefined his strategy so
we (youth) can team up with him and do somtin for this nation. we are expecting him to either present himself or anytin. i enjoy his Economics context of Nigeria.

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JA Kee
JA Kee Ayodele ill give u info later. But google it meanwhile. I’ll organise a workshop. The president will address attendees

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex alright sir. thanx

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator We got 28 of them so far, can anyone, think of no. 29??

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Olumide Oluwagbemiga Aluko
Olumide Oluwagbemiga Aluko · 16 mutual friends

greg, am not sure i saw anything about our attitude to queus and respect to other road users…

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Olumide Oluwagbemiga Aluko
Olumide Oluwagbemiga Aluko · 16 mutual friends

wat about our negligence/ignorance as a ppl to ASK those who seek to RULE us whc schls and hospitals their wards attend?

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Olumide Gbenga Aluko, yes you are absolutely right!
29. Negligence and purposeful dereliction of duty or property.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator 30. Humiliating others, to elevate or boost self. (Thanks Fidelis Edosomwan) for elucidating this one earlier today.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator LET US STAND AS ONE PEOPLE, AND SPEAK IN ONE VOICE, AND SAY NO TO CORRUPTION!!!!!

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ahem!!
Have we woken up yet!!
Or we are still content with the status quo and finger pointing??

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Who knows our 31st shade of corruption?

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Tola Salau
Tola Salau Need to read this thoroughly to give my own opinion of this.

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Tola Salau
Tola Salau 8. Favoritism … All the people who kill meritocracy, and overuse connections to get appointment and give appointment to people know can’t do the Job. —There is a quote by Plato that could be surmised this way… when good men fold their hands, inept See More

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Tola Salau
Tola Salau My argument about whistle blowing is, you’ve gotta remember that the #1 rule of every human is PRESERVATION OF SELF!!! it manifests its self in so many variations. From the way a child hoards it toys against a predatory friend who is destructive to a vSee More

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Tola Salau
Tola Salau This thread is highly illuminating, was just discussing these same issues with an uncle who is over 60 ( and I told him that it was his generation that placed us in this mess in the first place.) We were discussing how we needed SBEs (Small Business EnSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Tola Salau, Indeed! Each of these shades are monstrous cancers, that have eaten away at our foundation, our moral fibre…
Its not to late, there are still a few good people left…
one of 3 things need to happen:See More

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Tola Salau
Tola Salau Hmmmm Greg Ekhator I don’t know bout#3…the clergy are so clueless regarding reality. Not sure what planet they are on..
As to a catastrophic event in our nation, I sometimes wonder if that isn’t what is needed but as a parent dread such occuring as tSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator GBAAAM!
Except the #1 person is so strong, and has a united team around him, he can’t be killed!! despite attempts

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Tony Osagie
Tony Osagie If within the family truth has not been able to be sustained what do you now expect in the larger society . Culture has been used to make an Elder supreme even when his doing the wrong thing . Pastor are a product of our society . I often wonder why peSee More

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator True that Tony Osagie, except the clergy are supposed to be called by God!!! and influenced by God only so they can influence man, not the other way round.

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Now this is the IGP controlling traffic in Abuja,…. now i wonder what kind of thoughts are going through our minds upon seeing this pic.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=981290258563918…

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Tony Osagie
Tony Osagie People are hungry and without vision and have chosen a profession called pastor or whatever . Just like others chose to be business men . Its all survival . So live the issues . For Europe pastors dey marry gays and lesbians . Its a universal breakdown of values . Ig controlling traffic. Wetin de there . If na oyibo we go hail am .
July 21, 2014 at 10:20pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Tony Osagie, leadership, and setting example, na im dey there naw!!!
Lets give credit where credit is due, lest mediocrity & disservice takes over with a stronger grip.
July 21, 2014 at 10:43pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Tony you are so right about chosen profession called pastor due to hunger or maybe greed, a get rich quick scheme of sorts??
July 21, 2014 at 10:45pm ·

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Tunde Forest
Tunde Forest Thanks Greg. I now know that not only I could see these but even categorised them better. Uou have just given me hope in Nigeria again.
July 22, 2014 at 3:27am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Tunde Forest, good morning.
I am so glad that this article has renewed ur hope in 9ja. That’s was one of d reasons I wrote it last year.
As I mentioned before there are still a few good people left holding fort (not counting us) curtailing d blatantly corrupt from running amock with d acceptable 9jrn mindset. ALUTA CONTINUA my brother! VICTORIA ACERTA!
July 22, 2014 at 6:46am · Edited ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator NIGERIA ON MY MIND THIS MORNING!
I AM NOW ALREADY LOOKING FOR PANADOL ……. FOR LATER ON!
July 26, 2014 at 8:56am · Edited ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator AHEM!!
August 27, 2014 at 10:17pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Who knows our 31st shade of corruption?
September 27, 2014 at 11:31am ·

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Teboselu Ehiz
Teboselu Ehiz · 2 mutual friends

permit me to share, please.
January 27, 2015 at 8:25am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator yes, please do share Ehiz
January 27, 2015 at 11:53am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator I have just read this note again, and the numerous contributions to lift us as a nation after we put to shame all these bad shades of corruption within us.
The point that really stood out in my mind is that we need to either rapidly get informed at theSee More
February 22, 2015 at 4:53am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Ayodele T Alex, how are you my friend, please give me and JA Kee some feedback on the advice we gave you some time ago?
February 22, 2015 at 7:34am ·

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Ayodele T Alex
Ayodele T Alex Yeah, I met some of my youth friends and we tried to make a protest at a point but we got sabotage after that even I travel down to Ghana where I register a company call E-glad am into spa’s. Do some business brokerage. And gradually now finding my feeSee More
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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator You are most welcome….
I am glad you are finding your feet in Ghana!!
February 22, 2015 at 12:05pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Unless Nigerians kill corruption, corruption will Nigeria…
~ GMB
March 5, 2015 at 7:57pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator No. 32: Replying perceived lies with better lies, as if the new lie will become the truth!!!
March 5, 2015 at 7:59pm ·

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Greg Ekhator No. 33: Considering Rumour mongering as spin doctoring and virtuous profession
March 5, 2015 at 8:00pm ·

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Greg Ekhator No.34: Mistakenly believing and accepting that political office holders are to be served by constituents, instead of servers of constituents.
March 5, 2015 at 8:01pm ·

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Greg Ekhator No. 35: Believing in the cultural and age old, ancient, PRIMITIVE ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH doctrine of success !!
March 5, 2015 at 8:02pm ·

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Greg Ekhator See Number 9a and 9b
Buhari has only spent 3 weeks in office and because results are not coming fast enough, 9jrns self fulfilling attitude and prophecy of being dismissive is already kicking in!
Chai!!!See More
June 18, 2015 at 11:34pm · Edited ·

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Joseph Awaritoma Buhari and Osibanjo are not magicians, we need to give time…
June 18, 2015 at 11:39pm ·

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Greg Ekhator Exactly!!
And they told us this much!
Now they want them to hurry and make mistakes like the previous administration, rather than doing things properly.See More
June 18, 2015 at 11:56pm ·

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Greg Ekhator Tola Salau,
My dear i just re-read this thread again and one of the 3 things i mentioned has happened… :v :v :v
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September 13, 2015 at 4:40am · Edited ·

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Don Kenobi
Don Kenobi Good job Greg. No Ojigijigi will be allowed.
We’ve got their corrupt heads in a vice and no Ojigijigi will wriggle it out!
April 7, 2016 at 9:49am ·

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Don Kenobi
Don Kenobi OJIGIJIGI = (Zero Megawatts + Zero Fuel + Plus loud wailing) * Rivers of Crocodile Tears!
April 7, 2016 at 9:51am ·

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Greg Ekhator Don Kenobi, yes ooo, we no go gree anymore ojigi jigi, abeg tighten that grip round their neck.
Dem must no disturb, until Baba don purge them finish oooo!!!
ha ha ha
April 7, 2016 at 9:53am ·

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Greg Ekhator Thanks Don Kenobi, just found out we are not fb friends, well not anymore, as i have just sent you a request :v
April 7, 2016 at 9:55am ·

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Don Kenobi
Don Kenobi Right away!
Thought we Waz friends o!
Pox?
April 7, 2016 at 9:56am ·

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El Bandido Moreno
El Bandido Moreno You have dissected the core of every Nigerian’s moral nucleus.Let me think and add some of my own later
April 7, 2016 at 11:30am ·

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Don Kenobi Bunmi, NOT every Nigerian – speak for yourself!
April 7, 2016 at 11:33am ·

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El Bandido Moreno @Don the fact that you readily and consistently defend Govt intransigence makes you morally culpable in this so no even talk o.
Even I am guilty of some
April 7, 2016 at 11:44am ·

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Don Kenobi Defending Common Sense?
100% Guilty
April 7, 2016 at 11:47am ·

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El Bandido Moreno Common sense is a matter of subjective context and perspective
April 7, 2016 at 11:58am ·

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El Bandido Moreno Defending hitler for some makes absolute sense and they will advance a brilliant argument
April 7, 2016 at 12:15pm · Edited ·

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Don Kenobi A PhD Harvard, Vice president of Exxon Mobil, Bendelite, ex-Edo College cannot ensure a steady supply of Gasoline….. and I run to the press shouting: INCOMPETENCE? That would be remarkable on my part! I hope you have watched the video (Jonathan as at August 2015 was owing Fuel importers between 500 to 600 billion naira!). What ave you got to say about that?
April 7, 2016 at 12:02pm ·

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El Bandido Moreno Since when did certificates dictate competence?
All a university certificate confers on you is the capacity to do the job it doesn’t mean you will actually succeed at the job.if it did we won’t be having the economic recession the banks plunged us intoSee More
April 7, 2016 at 12:25pm ·

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Greg Ekhator Still on the matter
July 17, 2016 at 4:20pm ·

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Don Kenobi Die the matter Greg ?….. having a quiet Sunday.
Everything going Nigeria’s way…..
July 17, 2016 at 6:23pm ·

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Greg Ekhator For wiaaaa!
July 17, 2016 at 9:39pm ·

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Greg Ekhator Wow! This is one of the most intelligent and brilliantly written summations of nigeria that is quite accurate and sleuths my mind almost 100%!!!
If you want to understand the genesis and revelation of corruption, then this is the piece to read.
https://www.facebook.com/mudiame.giwaosagie/posts/649799888373020?ref=notif&notif_t=like_tagged&notif_id=1472273181697898
August 27, 2016 at 9:36am · Edited ·

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Don Kenobi We (Nigerians) spend too much time lamenting corruption….this might be a result of our antecedents… we must have lived in a corrupt free society (no tongue in cheek) before colonization.
Our lamentations therefore may just be for a paradise lost –See More
August 27, 2016 at 9:55am · Edited ·

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Greg Ekhator Good morning Don Kenobi
No guessing your incorruptible state of mind this morning then? ha ha ha ha
August 27, 2016 at 9:57am ·

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Don Kenobi Make those disciples of corruption show face if dem nor de fear!! ???
August 27, 2016 at 11:09am ·

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Greg Ekhator Disciples of corruption…. whoaaaaa!!!
Never thought of it like that, just disciples of evil/satan … :v
August 27, 2016 at 11:18am ·

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Yemi Moses Soyode The same people whose patron once said ‘stealing is not corruption’ ..
August 27, 2016 at 11:30pm ·

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Greg Ekhator https://m.facebook.com/notes/greg-ekhator/50-shades-of-corruption-killed-by-buhari/1531802703512635/?refid=21&ref=bookmarks&_ft_

Do you recall my Facebook Article / Note “50 Shades of Corruption”?
Well this is Part 2 to that article.
Waheed covers all the shades of corruption to the “T” and succinctly explains why Nigeria’s pseudo economy is crashing and the subsequent wailing as Buhari cuts off the Corruption network and money flow pathways.

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Greg Ekhator I have just read this article again and i am still shaking my head about no 9 and 9b

9. Dismissive attitude towards what you know is ideal and right. All those who stay silent, or are despondent, or are hardened towards whats going on in their fatherlSee More

December 28, 2016 at 10:48am ·

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