Sunday, November 15, 2015

I'd Have Hit Buhari If No Minister Emerged From South East – Father Mbaka

Outspoken Enugu-based pastor and organizer of Adoration Ministry, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has prompted Nigerians against heaping pointless fault on President Muhammadu Buhari.

Buhari, as per the Catholic priest, is not the reason for the grieved condition of the country. Father Mbaka gave this charge in Enugu on Saturday in a sermon at his week after week Adoration Ministry, NAN reports.

He similarly commended President Muhammadu Buhari for selecting ministers from the southeast zone and allotting them with great portfolios. The cleric likewise cautioned those unsettling for the Republic of Biafra to retreat to their business as the dissent could prompt their passing.

He assailed those leaders that were behind the fomentation and protests, saying they should use their kids for the struggle. He said that the five states in the zone had a minister each as endorsed by the Nigerian constitution.

He censured Igbo leaders for not living up to the desire of the general population in the zone, including that past governors, National Assembly individuals fizzled woefully in releasing their mandates.

Mbaka approached the new Minister of Labor and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, to utilize his office to employ youths in the zone, including that it would stop what he called another Boko Haram in the South East if not curtailed.

He applauded Buhari’s war against corruption, saying it had enthroned due process and rational sanity in governance.


REMITA: System Specs Writes Buhari, Says Contract Was Approved Under Jonathan .

System Specs, the company that owns Remita, the e- payment and e-collection software used by the federal government to implement payments into the Treasury Single Account (TSA), has written a letter to President Muhammadu Buhari on the controversy surrounding the 1% processing fee charged on inflow into the TSA.

Now we know what those evil Russkies are plotting!

U.S. Carrier Strike Groups Locations Map – Nov. 13, 2015

Latin America SITREP November 14th, 2015 by Jack

Increasingly, left-wing commentators are writing pieces that are not only critical of the ‘Pink Tide’, but that point to its reversal. Personally, I think we should remember that the Right has not won an election against a Left incumbent this century. Elections in Argentina (later this month) and Venezuela (early next month) may change that.
Upcoming Elections: Venezuela Mid-term, Second Round Argentina
Election Results: Belize
News: El Salvador: FMLN National Congress and Ecuador: Correa v Opposition
Analysis: The defeat of the (US’s) FTAA and the emergence of the (Cuba-Venezuela) ALBA-TCP

Looking at the fever chart

by Dagmar Henn

What is the state of this republic? In former times, the German left observed every development critically; listening to them you could feel the country’s pulse and had a distinct view on bourgeois democracy. Meanwhile they seem to have lost that ability and are satisfied, as long as their headlined sound nice.

Sometimes you need to abstract from the mere content and scrutinize the form of an event to understand the objectives behind it or to conclude what it stands for. Something that seems to be reasonable at first view can in fact mean something completely different.