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We are breeding future terrorists

Many Nigerians live in poverty and for most people, the only hope of getting out of poverty is through quality education. Unfortunately, that opportunity to get a good education is fast slipping through the fingers of the poor,” commented Joshua this Monday morning in the Mile 2-bound commuter bus as a newscaster said something about the crisis in the Lagos State University.

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Boko Haram members in the armed forces?

‘I HAVE no doubt anymore that we have people in the armed forces who are loyal to the Boko Haram insurgents and are sabotaging the nation’s efforts at curtailing their outrageous activities,” said Tony this wet Tuesday morning as the debate on whether the government should yield to the demands of the insurgents to exchange the girls for their members being held in various prisons by the government raged.

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GEJ’s Chibok miss

I have always said it! This matter is too complicated. The evil Boko guys want to use these innocent girls as bargaining chips or human shields so the army cannot use force against them,” said Sandra this Monday morning as the commuter bus moved slowly through the usual Monday morning traffic along the Wharf – Mile 2 road as another commuter raised the issue of President Jonathan’s last minute cancellation of his proposed visit to Chibok at the weekend.

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Economic growth: The more you look, the less you see!

“Please spare us all the balderdash. Every day, they keep reeling out figures they manufactured to deceive us; all words and no tangible action,” hissed Joe, a commuter in the CMS-bound bus as a radio presenter said that Nigeria’s Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala had projected 6.75 per cent growth for the economy in 2014.

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