Monday, January 9, 2012

Jonathan's buses were bought by Late President Yaradua

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Investigation has revealed that those buses launched by President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday were actually bought by late President Umaru Yar’Adua . sources hinted that Yar’Adua’s administration bought the buses as part of his efforts to boost mass transit.

The buses were packed behind the banquet hall at the presidential villa.
Shortly after the removal of subsidy, Jonathan announced some palliatives. They include the purchase of 1600 buses for the mass transit program. The administration said the buses would be on ground on January 9, 2012.

Shortly after, Trade and investment minister, Segun Aganga, debunked speculations that the buses would not be in Nigeria less than six months. He said they would be on ground before the January 9, 2012.

The speculation was based on the fact, that importation of that volume of buses will take more than one week.

The city of Abuja is locked down courtesy the indefinite strike by organized labor and civil rights activists
Even though the Federal Government tried to stop the civil action via an injunction, all ministries and agencies are ghost areas .

Most major roads and highways are blocked by military and police personnels, while organized labor organized mass rallies and protest.

A trip around Abuja by correspondent saw mass rallies and heavy police presence. However, most of the police officers were without rifles while Brigade of guards .

In Lagos the rally was led by widow of late Gani fawehinmi, Ganiat, Femi Kuti, Pastor Tunde Babare, Yinka Odumakin, Dr Joy Odumakin and Dr Tunji Braithwaite. gathered that four persons were killed in Lagos while two protesters were reportedly killed at the Government House in Kano
SOURCE: Point Blank News

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