Wednesday, September 28, 2011

QoTD

"Nigerian cities in general look like Japan after that Tsunami hit it. Litter, filth, broken stuff all over, just houses standing in all the disaster around. If Nigerian politicians were not so darn crookish and Nigerians so darn lazy what is there in building simple road?

I would replace all those imported expensive rollers, asphalt spraying equipment with 1 million kunle, emeka and edabor. In 10 years you would have all your roads in Lagos done at 1/10th of the price and that money will cut crime by 70% coz all dem young guys would not be sitting in cyber cafes thinking about who to fleece or thinking about which bank to rob. They would be too tired after a hard day's job."
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Friday, September 09, 2011

Chomsky on 9-11

For those of you who may not have heard of him, Noam Chomsky is considered one of the greatest thinkers of all time, certainly considered by some to be the greatest thinker alive today. He is the eighth most quoted source in all of recorded history.

This article he wrote about 9-11 and America's behaviour after that (and before), is an example of why he is regarded so highly.

Enjoy reading.

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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

The new mass transit service

“Nigerian Railway Corporation commenced Mass Transit Services in 5 of 6 geo-political zones. Last zone will come on stream by year's end.”

That singular statement, listed as part of President Jonathan’s achievements in 100 days, has generated much conversation on Twitter and Facebook and we are yet to find someone who has traveled via train since the first route (Lagos-Abeokuta) was launched in March!

Enough is Enough Nigeria would pay the round-trip fare to any destination on the new express trains (http://www.nrc-ng.org/ps.php) for 5 people. If you are interested, please send an email to info@eienigeria.org.

Personally, Chxta is yet to see any one of those trains...