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USA Africa Dialogue Series - Happy New Year Black America

Subject: [UDADISI] Happy New Year Black America


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We picked them up from their homes with assistance to walkk the steps. They all said they are tired of isolation and they want intergration in the USA society. TGHS needs van and a tour bus as well as recreation center to make the services available to senior citizens in the African immigrant community. Please sponsor us,partner with us, suport us, help us to help our senior citizens enjoy life in America.

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RE: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Re: Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records intact' - Vanguard News

Nigeria's Armed Services, particularly the Army ceased to be disciplined, merit based organization after the Aguiyi Ironsi Administration: Anunoby Ogugua.
 
That is a pure historical falsification. The moment the Majors decided to overthrow the Federal coalition government of NPC/NCNC led by Abubakar Tafawa Balewa, the army ceased to be disciplined. When the Majors planned to overthrow the FG, Ironsi infiltrated the coup plotters through Majors Don Okafor, John Obienu and Captain Ogbo Oji. Therefore, when Majors Humphrey Chukwuka and Christian Anuforo arrived at the home of Ironsi on the coup's day, to kill him, Ironsi was already at Ikeja Battalion to organize the stealing of the coup from the revolutionary Majors. The mere fact that Ironsi knew about the coup but failed to report to the government was an act of indiscipline. The most serious act of indiscipline on the part of Ironsi was that he caused the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation to broadcast to Nigerians that the entire forces under him was loyal to the federal government against the mutineers, but later coerced Zana Bukar Dipcharima and Kingsley Ozumba Mbadiwe to unconstitutionally sign a letter of handover to him, on behalf of the cabinet, in the absence of the missing Prime Minister. Had Ironsi not stolen the coup of the Majors, Nigeria would have been a good country for all Nigerians to live today. Thus, indiscipline in the Army began with Ironsi and not after Ironsi. 

 

From: AnunobyO@lincolnu.edu
To: usaafricadialogue@googlegroups.com
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2014 13:06:15 -0600
Subject: RE: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Re: Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records intact' - Vanguard News

Nigeria's Armed Services, particularly the Army ceased to be a disciplined, merit based organization after the Aguiyi Ironsi Administration. Lt. Colonel Yakubu Gowon promoted himself Major General. There were several officers superior to him at the time. He promoted himself well above all of them and got away with it. Lt. Colonel Musa Yar'adua was promoted Major General over and above many officers, from Northern Nigeria superior to him, because he was Muslim Fulani. For some strange reasons, the military regime in power at the time adjudged that Northern Nigeria should be appeased even though Muritala Mohammed was killed in a Northern Nigeria led military coup. That decision further regularized indiscipline and official recklessness in the Nigerian Army. It was reported that Ibrahim Babangida was promoted Colonel (full rank) six months ahead of his course mates because of his services to coup plotting (encounter with Lt. Colonel Buka Suka Dimka during the 1976 Coup for example). Sani Abacha was promoted Major General even after it was widely reported that he was an examinations' cheat at the Jaji Staff college. Many Nigerians will remember the special promotion, command, business, and other favors granted to a select group of young officers some called Babangida boys. Military officers were sent on overseas' courses because of their ethnic origins and sponsors for example. Nigerians will also remember General Bali's lament during the Babangida administration on the mess that the Nigerian army had become

Buhari's strong points have never included his academic and intellectual accomplishments. They have  always been his anger, brashness, pigheadedness, ruthlessness, and know-it-all pretensions among others. He has never claimed academic accomplishments as a qualification to hold public office. His lack of them should therefore, not be held against him this time. It should not matter whether or not he has merit-based academic qualifications. Nigeria's military politicians have generally never had them. They  use and mis-use educated civilians ( a la carte) in government to con Nigeria's masses and prop up their illegal regimes.

Buhari was a "chosen one" in the Nigerian Army. He enjoyed promotion and command favors because of Fulani privilege. Was he a good soldier? He may have been. I am not aware though, of any his honorable bravery or other commendable performance citations during the Nigeria-Biafra war. As Division Commander in Maiduguri, he publicly threatened to invade the Chad republic if Chadians would not stop killing Nigerians on his own.  

Buhari is the presidential candidate of his party in the 2015 presidential elections. I do not believe that his party chose him because of his serious academic credentials. He is for the most part, an appeasement- "power should shift to the North" candidate that serves Tinubu's interests well. Nigerians while respecting this fact may vote as they please. They are reminded that appeasement candidates have seldom served Nigeria well. Musa Yar'adua was an appeasement candidate. Obasanjo was an appeasement candidate- after the Abiola experience. Shehu Yar'adua was an appeasement candidate. If only Nigerians will learn to choose their leaders by free and fair processes only. If only Nigeria's politics  has fewer or no veto-wielding  midwives. Nigerians are reminded that once cast, their ballot cannot be re-cast. Those who have ears, let them hear.

 

oa

 

oa    

 

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Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 8:39 AM
To: Tijani Asuku
Cc: Wilson Iguade; Vin Otuonye; OA; Mobolaji Aluko; USAAfrica Dialogue; Ebere Onwudiwe; africanworldforum@googlegroups.com; NaijaPolitics e-Group; OmoOdua; naijaintellects; nigerianid@yahoogroups.com; Ra'ayi; Yan Arewa; NIgerianWorldForum@yahoogroups.com; NaijaObserver@yahoogroups.com; Esan Forum; okonkwonetworks
Subject: USA Africa Dialogue Series - Re: Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records intact' - Vanguard News

 

Dear asukuj:

 

You can be a staunch Buhari partisan without misinforming the public--thereby suggesting that you're simply "padding" your principal's resume.

 

At the time Maj-Gen Buhari attended the US Army War College, it was NOT a degree-awarding institution. It was only in 2010 or so with the reorganization of the US military institutions (that made the National Defense University the apex military school) that graduates from US Army War College began to obtain degrees--if they write the Master's thesis. Most foreign students (many of whom are on a slightly different track) choose NOT to work for and/or earn the master's degree.

 

Besides, nomination to study abroad by Nigerian military authorities is one of the most corrupt decisions made in that institution. Sometimes, officers that rank in the third tier of the class are the ones nominated to study overseas or become Nigeria's Defense Attaches abroad. This was especially the case under the watch of folks who became "Generals" merely because they shot at Biafran kwashiokor babies during the civil war.

 

On Wed, Dec 31, 2014 at 7:16 AM, <asukutj@gmail.com> wrote:

INEC has cleared GMB. The same Vanguard the created the sensational headline is only trying to make amend. 

 

If our education serve us right we should know that a clueless person can't achieve a General in the Army. Especially with the tough requirement of the various academies and war colleges. 

 


 Once again Buhari attended & graduated from the United States Army War College 1979-1980, graduates earn a Master's Degree in Strategic Studies.  

 

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

From: Wilson Iguade

Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 3:05 PM

To: Vin Otuonye

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Subject: Re: Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records intact' - Vanguard News

 

Are you saying the certificate or degree in question was honorary or when a honorary degree or certificate was awarded? If so, it would fall under it being issued in error as I previously indicated, then it can be withdrawn. 

Sent from my iPhone


On Dec 31, 2014, at 7:56 AM, "Vin Otuonye" <vincentotuonye@msn.com> wrote:

Wilson:
 
If the certificate or degree awarded by the University is honorary, don't you think the University can withdraw it?
 
Vin Cool Breeze Otuonye
 


Subject: Re: [africanworldforum] Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records intact' - Vanguard News
From: iguade@hotmail.com
Date: Wed, 31 Dec 2014 07:53:32 -0600
To: oanyadiegwu@yahoo.ca
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I don't understand, how can a university withdraw a certificate? Am assuming one attended classes or completed the courses, passed the examination - I mean go through the process before earning a certificate. So, how does a university (as indicated below) threaten to "withdraw" a certificate, makes no sense to me, unless the university issued it in error to begin with, and if so why the threat, just correct the mistake and take back the certificate. 9ja sef, nothing is straight there! Hehehe! 

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On Dec 31, 2014, at 6:54 AM, "OA" <oanyadiegwu@yahoo.ca> wrote:

If ones memory serves one right, I remember that a certain university in the Lagos area recently published its intent to "withdraw" academic certificates of some of its alumni. ‎And a certain VC in a follow-up online discussion perhaps jokingly "threatened" to cause the "withdrawal" of some other persons certificate hereabouts. Could it be that some of these political candidates may have had their certificates "withdrawn" at some point? Or is it that these certificates never existed? Just curious.  

 

 

From: Okey Iheduru

Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 2:16 AM

To: Wilson Iguade; Mobolaji Aluko; USAAfrica Dialogue; Ebere Onwudiwe

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Subject: Re: [africanworldforum] Wilson Iguade: Re: 'Buhari's academic records
intact' - Vanguard News

 

Dear Prof Aluko:

 

Happy New Year! I trust you had a Merry Christmas.

 

I'm a bit puzzled at the (partisan?) rationalizations folks (including you) are making regarding General Buhari's non-compliance with INEC requirements for candidates for elective office to submit their certificates. Please reflect on and/or consider the following tit-bits:

 

1) In the 1960s when a certain cadet and two of his Northern Nigerian compatriots flunked their promotion exams at the Nigerian Military School, Zaria and were withdrawn from the school, the then Defense Minister, Alhaji Ribadu ordered the British Commandant to reinstate those cadets. The Commandant refused, and an incensed Minister Ribadu ordered the Commandant to leave Nigeria within 48 hours, and he did. The cadets were reinstated and went on to become Major-Generals and coup-plotters and destroyers of Nigerian fledgling democracy.

 

2) It is not true that cadets had to pass the GCE/WAEC to be admitted into foreign military academies--at least not for cadets from certain parts of the country in the 1960s, any way. There were very many that went on to become commissioned officers in the Nigerian Armed Forces who never had more than G-4 (Government Class Four) testimonial from their school Principals.

 

3) It is also not true, either, that all military officers who "passed through" local military academies in Nigeria must have passed their School Certificate before their admission. Here's why:

(a) Quite a number of serving officers today do not have their degrees from the Nigerian Defense Academy, Kaduna because they either never completed the required course work or did not have the requisite entry qualifications in the first place, contrary to the admissions criteria. NDA became a degree-awarding tertiary institution in 1985.

(b)Participants (students) who must be army Colonels or equivalent ranks in the Nigerian Air Force and the Nigerian Navy who pass their 48-month Strategic Studies Course at the National Defense College, Abuja at C+ or better grades (very rarely do they award B, let alone A grades) are selected to go on to the University of Ibadan for a six-months top-up course for the Master's degree in Strategic Studies. In 2013, the University of Ibadan rejected a number of these Participants/students because they did not have their School Certificate (particularly a credit pass in English) to the embarrassment of the military authorities in Abuja!

 

4) In July 2014, the son of a former Chief of Defense Staff (CDS) in Nigeria was shipped back to Nigeria from Pakistan's National Defense Academy with the rank of Sub-Lieutenant. He was in the third year of a four-year degree and commissioning course, but his hosts had had enough of his unruly behavior and they didn't want to jeopardize relations with their Nigerian counterparts by withdrawing him empty-handed (At NDA, Kaduna, you don't even get a transcript if you're withdrawn a week before graduation and commissioning!). Meanwhile, the lad's course mates were still Third-Termers (3rd Year cadets) at the Nigerian Defense Academy--and the brat insisted they must salute him because he's now an officer!. I'm not sure what became of him, but since he's already a COMMISSIONED officer, he's probably going to stay and possibly become a Rear Admiral (equv. Major-General) years from now.

 

From the foregoing, you can understand why I'm of the opinion that we should not sweep the issue of Maj-Gen Buhari's certificates under the rug. The fact that he has run for president on three previous occasions is irrelevant. What if no one at those times bothered to check his academic qualifications? Besides, it's ridiculous to argue that Military Board has his certificates. My guess is that even if they have the certificates, it would NOT be the originals. The onus is on Candidate Buhari and his supporters to put this matter to rest once and for all. Otherwise, it will stick harder than his Islamist and "indiscipline and corruption" public image.

 

Peace as always!

 

Okey

 

On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 7:15 PM, Wilson Iguade <iguade@hotmail.com> wrote:

Ayo,

 

Read yours again, you have nothing better to do with your time. Just because you are born to follow follow to the point of being a cultist does not make me so. Done with you utter foolishness.

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On Dec 30, 2014, at 8:04 PM, "'Ayo Ojutalayo' via AfricanWorldForum" <africanworldforum@googlegroups.com> wrote:

"All of these nit-pickings are silly school-boy one-up-manships and njakiri.  Our country is in more serious trouble than certificate verification." . . . . Bolaji Aluko

 

Wilson,

You "love and respect" VC Aluko, yet you disagree with his' above? You have just confirmed why you should be ignored. If you disagree with straight-forward, obviously-sensible statement of someone you love and respect, whose statement will you ever agree with?

 

Ayo Ojutalayo

 

 

In as much as I love VC Aluko, and respect him a lot. I dare say that Pastor Joe's analogy is very appropriate. I bring this up NOT for the benefit of VC Aluko, but for the benefits of those that look up to him.

My concern (a reasonable one) is to ensure that best practices are applied. Every elections stands alone or is independent from others, thus the rules and guidelines for that election must be adhered to, as promulgated by the agency. So, if INEC says submit fresh application and documentation, just comply - no one forces anyone to serve or hold PUBLIC office. It MUST be done with FREE will and not with an attitude of doing the citizens a favor, which was deeply suggested when Buhari refused to comply with INEC's rules. God bless, and happy new year 2015. Peace! "I"

 


Sent from my iPhone

 


On Dec 30, 2014, at 7:30 PM, "Mobolaji Aluko" <alukome@gmail.com> wrote:

 

Joe:

 

There is no point bringing up my university here.  The analogy is  inappropriate.

 

If I don't respond to you here, you will think that you have scored a bull's eye.  If I respond, there will be more openings.

 

So I move on.....INEC has the credentials in question from 2011.  All of these nit-pickings are silly school-boy one-up-manships and njakiri.  Our country is in more serious trouble than certificate veriifcations.

 

And there you have it.

 

 

Bolaji Aluko

 

 

On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 11:49 PM, 'Joe Attueyi' via AfricanWorldForum <africanworldforum@googlegroups.com> wrote:

Prof Aluko

Is that what applies in your Uni?

 

The students who passed JAMB but were unsuccessful in your post JAMB test when reapplying simply tell your admissions dept that their school certificates 'are on file'?

 

Joe

Sent from my Iphone

 


On Dec 30, 2014, at 9:56 PM, Mobolaji Aluko <alukome@gmail.com> wrote:

 

My People:

 

All of the people in the following table in red who ran in 2011 should be able to tell INEC that their certificates (or certifications) are "ON FILE" with INEC,

since they were cleared in 2011.

 

And there you have it.  We should really move on to more important issues other than burnt or lost certificates.

 

 

Bolaji Aluko

 

 

S/N

Political Party

Presidential Candidate

Vice-Presidential Candidate

Candidates in 2011

1

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

President Goodluck Jonathan (incumbent)

VP Namadi Sambo (incumbent)

Goodluck Jonathan; Namadi Sambo (incumbents)

2

 All Progressives Congress (APC)

General Muhammadu Buhari

Prof. Yemi Osinbajo

None; new party formed from CPC (Candidate: General Muhammadu Buhari), ACN and ANPP, and part-APGA

3

 Kowa Party (KP)

Prof. Comfort Oluremi Sonaiya  (F)

Saidu Bobboi

None

4

Hope Democratic Party (HDP)

Ambrose Albert Owuru

Haruna Shaba

Chief Ambrose Owuru; Ibrahim Danjuma Abdullahi

5

Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN)

Ganiyu Galadima

Balarabe Ahmed

None

6

Alliance for Democracy (AD)

Rafiu Salau

Prof. Clinton Cliff Akuchie

None

7

United Democratic Party (UDP)

Godson Okoye

Haruna Adamu

None

8

African Democratic Congress (ADC)

Dr. Nani Ibrahim Ahmad

Obianuju Murphy-Uzohue (F)

Rev. Peter Uchenna NwangwuNani Ibrahim Ahmad

9

National Conscience Party (NCP)

Martin Onovo

Ibrahim Mohammed

Dele Momodu; Yinusa Tanko

10

Action Alliance (AA)

Tunde Anifowoshe-Kelani

Comrade Paul Ishaka Ofomile

None

11

United Progressive Party (UPP)

Chekwas Okorie

Bello Umar

None

 

 

On Tue, Dec 30, 2014 at 9:59 PM, 'Imperial Merchant Trust Ltd' via AfricanWorldForum <africanworldforum@googlegroups.com> wrote:

 

 

'Buhari's academic records intact'

on December 30, 2014   /   in News 9:00 pm   /   Comments

By Levinus Nwabughiogu

ABUJA –  Head, Media and Publicity of the Buhari Support Organization, BSO, Dr. Chidia Maduekwe last night debunked the insinuations in most quarters of the society that the academic records of his principal and presidential candidate of All Progressive Congress, General Mohammdu Buhari was in doubt.

Speaking with Vanguard, Maduekwue said it was a well orchestrated strategy by Buhari's detractors to sway the minds of the public against him, assuring that they would not succeed.

According to him, the opponents, he said were afraid of Buhari's candidacy hence the smeared campaign against him.

He wondered how a former military Head of State and three times Presidential candidate in previous elections would suddenly be found wanting in his academic qualifications.

buhari221

"There should be no iota of doubt about General Mohammadu Buhari's qualification. The records are there. He was not just a school prefect but a Head Boy. In the ages past, you can not enter the military school if there is any questionable mark about your school certificate or WAEC result as it were.

"So, that is clear. Your entry must be on acceptable pass mark before going to the military academy. Of course, the records are there both in Nigeria and outside Nigeria for anybody to cross check. We thank God we now live in the age of online.

"You can google everything. I mean, he couldn't have run the presidential election for three times…and each time his documentation must be assessed by INEC. But now is the first time they are coming up with that.

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