Senator Prof. Sola Adeyeye, while speaking in an interview in Channels Television, compared Nigeria’s current budget with that of Havard, Egypt and South Africa. And the findings will shock you. Read below:
For a nation of about 200 million people, we just passed a budget of $29b, a bit more than the budget of Harvard University for one year.
Egypt with only about a hundred million people passed a budget of about $90b. South Africa with only about 34 million people, that is about 17 percent of the population of Nigeria passed a budget of about of $130b.
We are in a mess. We are pathetically poor and Nigerian politicians are acting as if things are honky-dory. They are not!
Read more of what he said here:
So, Egypt with no oil, has higher budget than us. Havard with no millions in population has higher budget. South Africa, with only 17% of our population has higher budget than us.
How do we expect these entities to take us seriously?!
There has been serious xenophobic tensions between some South Africans and other Africans of recent, but Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is having none of it. She came to South Africa with a pan Africanist message yesterday.
And her voice reverberated in the four corners of South Africa, nay, through out the world. As a royal she is not supposed to comment on political matters. So she chose the most subtle way possible. And for that I duff my heart.
Continue reading “How Prince Harry’s Wife Meghan Markle Reacted To Xenophobia In South Africa”
South Africa’s U-17 women’s football team has set a continental record by trashing Seychelles 28-0 in their opening game at the Cosafa Championship in Mauritius on Saturday.
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South Africans have been shown on television begging Nigerians to forgive them after the recent killings.
Perhaps there is a lot of guilt that it wasn’t a Nigerian that committed the crime that directly led to the widespread xenophobic bloodletting and destruction of Nigerian investments.
Continue reading “South Africans Begging Nigerians: One Week Ago Would Have Been More Timely”