PHOTO NEWSREEL: NIGERIAN ARMY QUICK RESPONSE GROUP

PHOTO CREDIT: NEWS AGENCY OF NIGERIA

Commander, Nigerian Army Corps of Infantry Major General Kenneth Minimah(l), presenting a certificate to the Best Student of Quick Response Group Phase 4 Batch 2, Lt. Abayomi Pedro at the graduation ceremony in Jaji, Kaduna on Thursday (28/3/13). With him is the Commandant, Nigerian Army School of Infantry, Major General Tukur Buratai (dressed in black Special Forces gear)(2nd left)

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  1. beegeagle says:

    🙂 That is the man, KTJ Minimah, aka ‘the Jumping General’ who was still parachuting as a 50 year old Brigadier General in 2009. Impressive senior officer of the Infantry Corps.

    Loving the black SF kit on General Buratai as well. He was the Commander of 2 Amphibious Brigade in the Niger Delta until January 2013.

  2. demola says:

    oga beeg, this QRG, what is their scope of operation? And are they made up entirely of officers

    • beegeagle says:

      Same basic CTCOIN training regimen as the other chaps who came through Kachia and Kontagora. The QRG is made up of officers and men alike.

      They are trained in

      *Close Quarter Battles
      * Ambush Defeat
      * Hostage Rescue
      * IED Identification
      *Cordon-and-Search
      *Fighting in Built-Up Areas
      *Unarmed Combat
      * House Clearing

      The emphasis was apparently on having a trained and ready body of men to respond to ‘exigencies’ across all formations such that there are no gaps to be exploited.

      More like a reserve battalion of CTCOIN chaps from across units who can be drafted for action at any time. And they have. The QRG followed the MISOP chaps into the Emergency Rule areas wef last May.

      Saw them for the first time near the Murtala Muhammed Bridge at Lokoja and later, inside Okene, both in Kogi State, in May 2012.

  3. jimmy says:

    oga beegs check your inbox need some information.

  4. Henry says:

    Un-related.

    I can categorically report that I spotted the proforce PF2 APV today in P-H. It looks way bigger than the photos suggests. It was in a police convoy.

  5. Henry says:

    My Oga’s, anyone has an idea of the aircraft the airforce wants to purchase for surveillance? Any details?

  6. tope says:

    Not to derail but have u all seen da APC’s Manifesto especially what it talks on Defence and Security:

    They want to create a National Cost Guard

    They want to decentralise the police command giving Federal State LG and Community policing Structures

    Border Protection is their priority

    As well as Well Funded and Trained operatives and Well Equipped too.

    Increase the Capacity of Serious Crimes Squad to handle Terrorism, Kidnapping, Robbery, Ethno Religious Clashes, Other Violent Crimes

    Independent Powers for INEC, EFCC and ICPC with a Special Court for Corruption and Election Matters

    And Finally da Clincher 40,000 MW Drive as their Primary and Number one Target other details are on Economic and Regional Power Projection so wat do u tink of this?. Especially da Defence part.

    • Deway says:

      Is there a link to the manifesto? Is it as you have written it or does it come with more details than what you have here?

    • jimmy says:

      What defence pact? and with who? and why?

    • Obix says:

      My ogas, i have to say this, our politicians don’t know that a manifesto is meant to be implemented. To them it’s just another set of campaign promises. I’ll only pay a little attention to politician who realizes that we should drastically slash senators’ salaries and allowances and probably have a one chamber parliament.These are the kind of thoughts i want to from them and not all these money-making opportunities they are listing for themselves.

  7. (@lordfej) says:

    abeg please put the link up

  8. Henry says:

    Oga lordfej, here is the story

    PROGRESSIVES rolled out their rescue plan for “near-permanent-trauma” Nigeria yesterday.

    On top of the All Progressives Congress (APC) 31-page manifesto is its determination to end power outage by generating 40,000MW of electricity between four and eight years.

    Apart from liberalising monopoly of power generation and supply, APC pledged efficient tariff.

    The party also said it would fight corruption by granting independence to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC).

    It promised to repeal the laws inhibiting the independence of anti-graft agencies.

    The manifesto, which was distributed to leaders and elders of APC at a stakeholders’ meeting in Abuja, presided over by its Interim National Chairman, Chief Bisi Akande,

    APC also said it would amend the constitution to remove immunity from prosecution for elected officers in criminal cases.

    The manifesto reads in part: “APC in Government shall muster the political will to wage strident War Against Corruption; otherwise our post-oil economy will be disastrous.

    “It is our considered view that none of our cardinal programmes will succeed if the current level of corruption and looting going on in the land is allowed to continue

    “We shall strengthen and make independent the EFCC, ICPC and other anti-graft agencies and repeal the laws which inhibit their independence.

    “We shall embark on public sensitisation campaign and civic education against corruption in schools and town halls.

    “Shall encourage civil society organisations, advocacy groups and whistle-blowers in the anti-graft vanguard.

    “We shall stop the corruption of our electoral process by making Independent National and State Electoral Commissions (INEC) truly independent.

    “We shall establish special courts for corruption, after due and thorough review of the Penal Code.

    “To actualise this, we shall make the appointment of the chairman and top officials of National and State Electoral Commissions public as enunciated in the Uwais Electoral Reform Report.

    “On all election matters, the burden of proof shall rest with the Electoral Commissions.”

    The party also said it would enhance politics and governance with reforms through more accountability and transparent process.

    The party said: “APC will prevent abuse of executive, legislative and public offices through greater accountability, transparency and strict enforcement of anti-corruption laws whilst strengthening all anti-corruption agencies.

    “Amend the constitution to remove immunity from prosecution for elected officers in criminal cases.

    “Ensure full implementation of the Freedom of Information Act so that government held data sets can be requested and used by the media and the public at large and then published on regular basis.”

    On Federalism, the manifesto added: “APC will initiate action to amend our constitution with a view to devolving powers, duties and responsibilities to states and local governments in order to entrench Federalism and the Federal Spirit.”

    On power, APC has pledged to generate and distribute up to 40,000 Megawatts of electricity in four to eight years.

    The manifesto said: “Power is the centre-point of the development process. All other indices of development anchor on power and energy. The failure to make power supply efficient has impacted negatively on the economy. It has made the cost of production and business high and has invariably raised the cost of agricultural produce and other finished goods and services thereby thwarting the growth of our economy.

    “The crisis in the power sector is one of the major causes of the present collapse of the industrial sector and the inability of small-scale industries to thrive. To kick-start industrial growth in the country, stable and affordable power supply is an absolute necessity.

    “The APC Government shall vigorously pursue the expansion of electricity generation and distribution of up to 40,000 megawatts in four to eight years. The party will also work assiduously at making power available from renewable energy sources, such as coal, solar, hydro, wind and biomass for domestic and industrial use, wherever these prove viable.

    As a matter of pressing priority and urgency, tackle the paralysing lapses with electric power generation, distribution and supply.

    Resolve all stalemate around the reform of the power sector and develop a transparently agreed power generation and distribution milestones with clear timelines and targets.

    Liberalise the monopoly of the Federal Government in power generation and supply. We shall devolve much of power and energy to the private sector.

    The gas and thermal stations will particularly be encouraged to increase their supply capacities.

    Alternative power sources, including hydro, solar, coal and wind energy will be explored and developed.

    Regular Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) of existing facilities will be done to ensure steady and uninterrupted utility supply.

    An aggressive and efficient tariff/ revenue recovery system will be pursued. All avenues of waste, corruption and abuse will be checked.

    Rural electrification will continue to be encouraged.

    Improve management efficiency of the nation’s distribution system, improve commitment to consumer service and sensitise a national energy conservation and maintenance culture on electricity supply.

    Regarding national security and defence, APC said it would decentralise the police and expand its local content to include community policing.

    The manifesto said: “APC will urgently address capacity building of law enforcement agents in terms of quantity and quality as this is critical in safeguarding the sanctity of lives and property.

    “Establish a well-trained, adequately funded, equipped and goals driven Serious Crime Squad to combat terrorism, kidnapping, armed robbery, militancy, ethno-religious and communal clashes nationwide.

    “Begin widespread consultations to amend the constitution to decentralise the police command and expand local content by including community policing.”

    “Push for more support in the security and economic stability of the sub-region (ECOWAS) and AU as a whole and maintain a strong, close and frank relationship with the international community.

    “Take renewed measures to secure our borders, which are currently too porous for effective control of…

    “Take renewed measures to secure our borders which are currently too porous for effective control of unwarranted movement.

    “Establish a National Coast Guard to protect our coastal waters.”

    Concerning the economy, APC in its manifesto, said it would make “Nigerian economy one of the fastest growing emerging economies in the world achieving a real GDP growth averaging 10 per cent annually.

    “Embark on vocational training, entrepreneurial and skill acquisition scheme for graduates along with the creation of small Business Loan Guarantee Scheme to create at least 1million new jobs every year, for the foreseeable future.

    “Create additional middle-class of at least 1 million new home owners in our first year in government and 1 million annually thereafter, by enacting a national mortgage system that will lend at single digit interest rates for purchase of owner occupier houses.”

    http://thenationonlineng.net/new/apc-promises-40000mw-to-stop-power-outage-pains/
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by k2039(m): 5:01am
    My take is simple.

    Talk is cheap.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by 234GT: 5:15am
    The same people in the merged parties are those in the new APC, or are they going to import their governors and president from Mars?
    We’ve heard more than that in the past abeg.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by taharqa: 5:21am
    40,000MW bw 4 and 8 yrs? ie by 2023!!…. APC we no fit wait. We go pass, abeg. 7 out of d new NIPP Power Plants that wud supply about 5000MW (with inbuilt capacity to doubling it over time) hv just been totally completed and will be inaugurated soon, whilst same are already in d process of bn Privatised. Meanwhile, 5 Gencos (plus 2 others) and 10 Discos hv just bn Privatised this week in what is probably d Largest of such Power Privatisation and Reforms anywhere in d world. Etc, etc… We wud 1st see how far these Interesting Happenings lead us. Thnk you very mush
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Burger01(m): 5:45am
    Thieves and terrorists!

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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by plaindealer: 5:51am
    Bravo Bravo Bravo.

    SAI APC..
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by REDs house(m): 5:53am
    I blive nigeria can generate more than 40,000 meg of electricity within 8 years if corruption is totally reduce in the polity and state governments are also been given the chance to generate and supply their own power to its end users. Cos I can boast of at least 5 states that can generate at least 5000 meg of electricity on their own…states like Lagos, Rivers, akwa ibom, Kano and others.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by John Frankling: 5:57am
    Story
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by zegbeye: 6:11am
    Na today yan-sh dey for back? e don tey!
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Omexonomy: 6:29am
    How will they deal with those greedy ASSU member? Let me guess
    tinubu will advice them to increase the school fees of student to N500thousand naira as it is being done in lasu under the aegis of fashole. Then they will go ahead to spend N101billion on media hype as a pallative to the pain on student.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Alxmyr(m): 6:54am
    There are shhould be innovative thinkers within them.
    This is not manifesto.
    This is copy and paste. This is what PDP said they are doing and yet there are so much bottleneck and corruption.
    APC need to go back to the drawing board and give us something innovative.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Professor Peter: 7:04am
    Talk talk
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Sunny_bobo(m): 7:16am
    Was Tinubu present?
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Goddex: 7:23am
    Did they mean 40,000 bombs
    for their boys in Yobe and Borno?

    The last I checked, only PDP states of Akwa Ibom and Rivers are generating and adding to the national greed.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Danhumprey(m): 7:26am
    Talk is cheap! When they get to power,they would realize that to generate even just 10MW is not easy. And to cover up their failure,they would start manufacturing one excuse or the other! Let them wake up and face facts!
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Dike Chimezie(m): 7:28am
    TALK IS CHEAP.
    Lets zoom to 2019 with GEJ at helm of affair of d Fedral Republic of Nigeria.
    With fresh air everywhere and more on the way who needs an obstruction -APC.
    The future is brighter with GEJ as our president.
    The transformation is on course.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by fdigital(m): 7:33am
    Talk is cheap them apc’s. Even pdp said more than this before meddlin powers2011.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Sincere 9gerian: 7:33am
    If APC is promising 40,000 megawatts in 4 to 8 years, Sincere9gerian is promising 100,000 megawatts in 4 to 8years. Some other group may also promise MORE. Bottomline, TALK IS CHEAP.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Maxymilliano(m): 7:33am
    bcomputer101: The manifesto reads in part: “APC in Government shall muster the political will to wage strident War Against
    Corruption; otherwise our post-oil economy will be disastrous.

    “It is our considered view that none of our cardinal programmes will succeed if the current level of corruption and looting going on in the land is allowed to continue

    “We shall strengthen and make independent the EFCC, ICPC and other anti-graft agencies and repeal the laws
    which inhibit their independence.

    “We shall embark on public sensitisation campaign and civic education against corruption in schools and town halls.

    “Shall encourage civil society organisations, advocacy groups and whistle-blowers in the anti-graft vanguard.

    “We shall stop the corruption of our electoral process by making Independent National and State Electoral Commissions (INEC) truly independent.

    “We shall establish special courts for corruption, after due and thorough review of the Penal Code.

    “To actualise this, we shall make the appointment of the chairman and top officials of National and State Electoral
    Commissions public as enunciated in the Uwais Electoral Reform Report.

    “On all election matters, the burden of proof shall rest with the Electoral Commissions.”

    The party also said it would enhance politics and governance with reforms through more accountability and transparent process.

    The party said: “APC will prevent abuse of executive, legislative and public offices through greater accountability, transparency and strict enforcement of
    anti-corruption laws whilst strengthening all anti- corruption agencies.

    “Amend the constitution to remove immunity from prosecution for elected officers in criminal cases.

    “Ensure full implementation of the Freedom of Information Act so that government held data sets can be requested and used by the media and the public at large and then published on regular basis.”

    On Federalism, the manifesto added: “APC will initiate action to amend our constitution with a view to devolving powers, duties and responsibilities to states and local governments in order to entrench Federalism and the Federal Spirit.”

    On power, APC has pledged to generate and distribute up to 40,000 Megawatts of electricity in four to eight years.

    The manifesto said: “Power is the centre-point of the development process. All other indices of development anchor on power and energy. The failure to make power
    supply efficient has impacted negatively on the economy. It has made the cost of production and business high and has invariably raised the cost of agricultural produce and other finished goods and
    services thereby thwarting the growth of our economy.

    “The crisis in the power sector is one of the major causes of the present collapse of the industrial sector and the inability of small-scale industries to thrive. To kick-start industrial growth in the country, stable and
    affordable power supply is an absolute necessity.

    “The APC Government shall vigorously pursue the expansion of electricity generation and distribution of up to 40,000 megawatts in four to eight years.

    The party will also work assiduously at making power available from renewable energy sources, such as coal, solar, hydro, wind and biomass for domestic and industrial use, wherever these prove viable.
    As a matter of pressing priority and urgency, tackle the paralysing lapses with electric power generation, distribution and supply.

    Resolve all stalemate around the reform of the power sector and develop a transparently agreed power generation and distribution milestones with clear
    timelines and targets.

    Liberalise the monopoly of the Federal Government in power generation and supply. We shall devolve much of power and energy to the private sector.

    The gas and thermal stations will particularly be encouraged to increase their supply capacities.

    Alternative power sources, including hydro, solar, coal and wind energy will be explored and developed.

    Regular Turn Around Maintenance (TAM) of existing facilities will be done to ensure steady and uninterrupted utility supply.

    An aggressive and efficient tariff/ revenue recovery system will be pursued. All avenues of waste, corruption and abuse will be checked.

    Rural electrification will continue to be encouraged. Improve management efficiency of the nation’s distribution system, improve commitment to consumer
    service and sensitise a national energy conservation and maintenance culture on electricity supply.

    Regarding national security and defence, APC said it would decentralise the police and expand its local content to include community policing.

    The manifesto said: “APC will urgently address capacity building of law enforcement agents in terms of quantity
    and quality as this is critical in safeguarding the sanctity of lives and property.

    “Establish a well-trained, adequately funded, equipped and goals driven Serious Crime Squad to combat terrorism, kidnapping, armed robbery, militancy, ethno- religious and communal clashes nationwide.

    “Begin widespread consultations to amend the constitution to decentralise the police command and expand local content by including community policing.”

    “Push for more support in the security and economic stability of the sub-region (ECOWAS) and AU as a whole and maintain a strong, close and frank relationship with
    the international community.

    “Take renewed measures to secure our borders, which are currently too porous for effective control of… “Take renewed measures to secure our borders which
    are currently too porous for effective control of unwarranted movement.

    “Establish a National Coast Guard to protect our coastal waters.”

    Concerning the economy, APC in its manifesto, said it would make “Nigerian economy one of the fastest growing emerging economies in the world achieving a real GDP growth averaging 10 per cent annually.

    “Embark on vocational training, entrepreneurial and skill acquisition scheme for graduates along with the creation of small Business Loan Guarantee Scheme to create at least 1million new jobs every year, for the foreseeable future.

    “Create additional middle-class of at least 1 million new home owners in our first year in government and 1 million annually thereafter, by enacting a national
    mortgage system that will lend at single digit interest rates for purchase of owner occupier houses.”

    Bla bla bla … Easier said than done.

    The same country where the APC led government in Oyo State came out openly to claim it is not bound to domesticate the current FOI Act
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by oshyno(m): 7:35am
    How to do things has never been our problem. The bureaucratic bottlenecks occasioned by our weak institution are the problems. Is been long FG is trying to free up the space in electricity generation and distribution for investors to come in , but look at how long it has taken just to pay off the PHCN workers.

    I wud like to hear how they intend to achieve that. Are they going to continue from where GEJ stopped( in that case GEJ is doing something right in that angle), or will they map out another way as is typical with Nigeria politicians- which always want to start their administration by pushing aside every policies and actions undertaken by their predecessors. They shud tell us how to achieve that. Else this is total hogwash.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Goddex: 7:36am
    . . . and how many Megawatts did Bisi Akande add as governor of Osun?
    These clowns are making mockery of themselves again.
    He he he he he he . . .
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by billante(m): 7:37am
    Only if they agree to sign an agreement that if they don’t achieve all their promises by the time frame, the penalty is jail terms! Then we give them a thought!
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Amanwulu1(m): 7:39am
    apc we don hear, now let us hear hw u’ll achieve dis so dat d experts will confirm whether u’re teling d truth. For ur informate nigerians are no more as gullible as they use to be, we knw wen d politicians tell us wht we wnt to hear jst for d sake of having their way.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by don.pope: 7:44am
    taharqa: 40,000MW bw 4 and 8 yrs? ie by 2023!!…. APC we no fit wait. We wud pass, abeg. 7 out of d new NIPP Power Plants that wud supply about 5000MW (with inbuilt capacity to double it) hv just been totally completed and will be inaugurated soon, whilst same are already in d process of bn Privatised. Meanwhile, 5 Gencos (plus 2 others) and 10 Discos hv just bn Privatised this week in what is probably d Largest of such Power Privation and Reforms anywhere in d world. Etc, etc… We wud 1st see how far these Interesting Happenings lead us 1st. Thnk you very mush
    don’t you see their faces? So old as their brain
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by J12(m): 7:53am
    Sounds like a business plan.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by HNosegbe(m): 7:54am
    Too many whats, not enough hows.

    This “manifesto” doesn’t even come close to being good enough.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by bcomputer101(m): 7:55am
    Maxymilliano:

    Bla bla bla … Easier said than done.

    The same country where the APC led government in Oyo State came out openly to claim it is not bound to domesticate the current FOI Act

    Why quoting the whole article?

    Knee down there, raise up your hand and close your eyes!
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by israel007: 8:04am
    Wash!
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Itoroetti (m): 8:04am
    Are APC politicians brand new politicians send from above?
    Have each of them not handle electoral office b4?
    Talk is cheap as sum1 said above.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Aphrygian: 8:20am
    Am frm osun and my gov is a promise keeper,moreso iz in APC.i guess i have to believe them.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by Rexphobia(m): 8:35am
    Let’s see your blueprint. We all know talk is cheap… why not provide 24 hours power supply in Lagos then we know you are serious.
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    Re: APC Promises 40,000MW To Stop Power Outage Pains by karl max: 8:40am
    Itoroetti :
    Are APC politicians brand new politicians send from above?
    Have each of them not handle electoral office b4?
    Talk is cheap as sum1 said above.
    this is the same party that has tom ikimi that served under ibb. They didnt add even 1kva to national grid ,audu ogbe was pdp chairman during obj period how many kva did they add to the national grid? El rufai also attended fec meetings with obj as a pdp memeber,what of achike udenwa who did six years as governor in imo state as a pdp member these are some of the strong men of apc who for more than 10 years were pdp members.but today this same people would open their mouth and say pdp has ruled for 14 years without achieving nothing.while they were part and parcel of that 14 years rule.most of the formal corrupt pdp governors,ministers senators and house of rep members that misruled nigeria are now the leaders of the so called progressive.but in 2015 they would find out that nigerians are no fools

    • Obix says:

      Yaaaaaaaawn! My ogas, like some people asked- Are the politicians in APC sent from above? They are the same faces we’ve been seeing for ages. Parties are formed just to pursue personal or group interests. When they feel marginalized they move to another party no matter what the manifesto says. They have been tested and found wanting! If they give EFCC and ICPC independent powers like they are saying, then majority of them will be cooling off in jails in no time. I don’t read party manifestos in Nigeria, it’s all bla bla bla and sweet talks! I look at individual politicians irrespective of their party affiliations and rate their performances. Concerning our senate…i’ve been searching for this man in this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXTuLJ9MJvE, i need his services ASAP. I want him to do the same in the national assembly🙂 .

  9. (@lordfej) says:

    thank you my ogas at the top

  10. beegeagle says:

    NIGERIAN ARMY AMPHIBIOUS FORCES

    K38 COMBAT CATAMARAN

    https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2012/04/28/nigerian-army-amphibious-forces-inaugurate-8-k38-combat-catamarans8-fast-assault-craft/

    Suncraft Stingray gunboats

    MODANT MARINE BOATS

    Story

    http://pmnewsnigeria.com/2012/09/07/nigeria-acquires-more-gunboats-for-maritime-security/

    Photo

    https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/nigerian-army-amphibious-and-special-forces-in-a-made-in-nigeria-modant-marine-mm90e-patrol-boat-in-the-niger-delta-world-exclusive-screenshots/

    SUNCRAFT STINGRAY GUNBOATS AND LANDING CRAFT (over 200 acquired – the 150 units of 10 OBM are exclusively NA property) (extract and use Strategic Marine from weblink below, specifically the page on completed comtracts)

    https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2012/08/21/the-nigerian-militarys-unknown-jumbo-haul-of-river-gunboats/

    NA AMPHIBIOUS FORCES ALSO EXCLUSIVELY USE DOZENS OF CHINESE-BUILT GUNBOATS

    STORY

    http://platform.blogs.com/passionofthepresent/2006/02/nigeria_turns_t.html

    NIGERIAN NAVY ALSO OPERATE RAIDCO MARINE 20 METRE(65 FT) PATROL CRAFT

    http://janes.com/article/12341/raidco-sells-more-patrol-boats-to-africa

    NNS ANDONI

    STORY AND PHOTO

    http://dailytimes.com.ng/article/nigeria-commission-first-locally-made-warship

    PHOTO

    https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/nns-andoni-p100-proudly-made-in-nigeria-by-the-nigerian-navy/

    IGIRIGI APC

    story

    http://www.vanguardngr.com/2012/06/army-to-unveil-first-nigerian-built-apc/

    photo

    https://beegeagle.wordpress.com/2013/07/12/150th-anniversary-nigerian-army-day-celebration-nadcel2013/

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