Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Keeping It Real With Adeola- 210 (Senators To Change Anti-Corruption Law; Chibok Girls- 2 Yrs After)

This week on KIRWA, it's been two years since more than 200 girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram from a school in Chibok, Nigeria.

Also, Nigerian Senators are trying to change the anti-corruption law in the constitution to grant themselves the veto power over the tribunal.

In Zimbabwe, more than 2,000 people protest against the government of President Robert Mugabe.




While Tanzania is trying to shake off total dependency on donors, Nigerian wants to borrow another $2 billion from China. Find out how Nigeria can raise $200 billion without borrowing money from anyone.

Adeola also gives a shout-out to Nigerian students admitted to all ivy league schools in America and a physically challenged lady who types with her tongue.

4 comments:

  1. I wished one of this govt official children are also abducted.

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  2. You're Right here Adeola and I'm with you too...

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  3. These are the kind of idiots we have as government!!!!! their blood will wash the pains of Nigerians!!!!!

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  4. Mr. Lai Mohammed is suggesting that the girls in the newly released video don't look like kidnapped girls. What a shame! He implied that those girls are not Chibok girls and thus, that the video is fake.

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