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Comment on PREVALENCE OF LEPROSY IN NIGERIA by Dr.Gladys Ozoh

Sun, 29 Sep 2013 12:19:41 +0000

Even in 2013 new cases of both PB and MB leprosy are not infrequent in Anambra state due to the insincerity of those who are supposed to distribute the drugs to the patients. In fact these blister packs are sold to them at an exorbitant price!



Comment on Gender implication of the removal of fuel subsidy by Tunde Abey

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:38:59 +0000

I am amused. It is not all about the women but Nigerians, the country of ......... we are all instruments of change






Comment on Gender implication of the removal of fuel subsidy by Sunday odumosu

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:28:46 +0000

I was at the demonstrations organised in Nigeria. My uncle visited from the UK and could not return as planned after the holidays due to the stikes. It was sad and an unfortunate occurence. i believe Nigerian are more united in the fight against corruption. I dont know about Nigerian women doing anything to make a difference, time will tell.



Comment on Gender implication of the removal of fuel subsidy by Joseph olaleye

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:18:28 +0000

I admire women with power and beauty who are able to use both to help others. Nigerian women in position of authority should be the change and begin to make a difference. If our women can put all their efforts at doing dood and making Nigeria better for the of the people then we on our way to progrees. We have many ministers they should do something.



Comment on Gender implication of the removal of fuel subsidy by Toyin Abiodun

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:14:57 +0000

Our industries are dying by the day. The minister of petroleum can do better. she is simply too arrogant, anyway why did she come back as a minister. We need effective and competent leaders. Our country has been raveged by corruption for too long.



Comment on Gender implication of the removal of fuel subsidy by Joke Oyedele

Mon, 30 Jan 2012 03:07:31 +0000

Two important lessons that Nigeria can learn from this year’s forum (Davos 2012) is that corruption must be reduced to the bearest minimum and that capital expenditure ratio to recurrent expenditure’s should be reversed to at most, 70% to 30% given the dearth of infrastructure in the country. Investing in infrastructure is investing in the growth of Nigeria. It is now or never.



Comment on The role of women in the fight against corruption by Bimbo Adelowo

Sun, 22 Jan 2012 00:34:09 +0000

Thank you very a lot for that wonderful information. There’s definately alot to graspas the points are sensible, though it says there is a lot to be done in the country.



Comment on The role of women in the fight against corruption by Timothy Idahosa

Sun, 22 Jan 2012 00:29:34 +0000

I wanted to send you the very small note just to give many thanks once again for your personal striking suggestions you’ve shared on this page. It is simply wonderfully open-handed with you giving openly precisely what most of us might not have thought of . Am sure the problem of corruption will be tackled effectively if more women are involved.



Comment on The role of women in the fight against corruption by Bukky Agbamu

Sun, 22 Jan 2012 00:25:06 +0000

Awesome post and great website thanks for posting and keep up the good work! question though how do i get subscribed to your blog?