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Saturday, June 11, 2022

Nigerians dig up negative comments about Peter Gregory Obi on Nairaland from 2012

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Nigerians dig up negative comments about Peter Gregory Obi on Nairaland from 2012. 

Some of the bad comments about Peter Obi on Nairaland:

What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by chuksikem(m): 4:56pm On Feb 14, 2012
What exactly is peter obi doing in Anambra state? angry angry

Am confused to say the least, please someone should tell me because the anambra i visited has degenerated so much, cry
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by MrGlobe(m): 6:36pm On Feb 14, 2012
Nothing exactly my brother. I posted a thread earlier comparing him with Theodore orji of Abia state and everybody agreed he is worse. I went to Awka the capital and it was an eyesore. No roads, no planning, no infrastructure etc. There is absolutely no govt in anambra state.
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Kobojunkie: 6:42pm On Feb 14, 2012
@Poster, he is doing exactly what the people elected him to come do again. I mean for a man with meagre list of accomplishments during his first time, why else would he had been re-elected if not to continue the same?? undecided undecided undecided
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by PROUDIGBO(m): 6:51pm On Feb 14, 2012
Kobojunkie:

@Poster, he is doing exactly what the people elected him to come do again. I mean for a man with meagre list of accomplishments during his first time, why else would he had been re-elected if not to continue the same?? undecided undecided undecided

^^^I'm trying to, but i can't fault your reasoning. angry angry angry angry
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by chuksikem(m): 7:25pm On Feb 14, 2012
Was in awka some days back ,its really shameful, my heart bleeds for my state, from amansea to awka is still the same, pothole riddled roads,non-functioning street lights,refuse littering the entire state capital from arroma junction down to Ziks avenue, ,arthur eze,unizik junction,court road,udoka housing estate etc are still the same, no changes at all, the state capital still looks like a glorified village, angry

Civil servants and pensioners are been owed [b]3MONTHS [/b]salary, so many abandoned projects yet the woman sounding governor is always in abuja 24/7.

Please peter obi's handlers on nl should please enlighten us, angry angry

A state that has the highest number of successful human beings in the entire black nation, it hurts, cry cry

Wish soludo had won , undecided undecided
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Afam4eva(m): 7:27pm On Feb 14, 2012
Make Chino catch una.
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by aljharem(m): 7:28pm On Feb 14, 2012
Kobojunkie:

@Poster, he is doing exactly what the people elected him to come do again. I mean for a man with meagre list of accomplishments during his first time, why else would he had been re-elected if not to continue the same?? undecided undecided undecided

Good response !!!

@ OP

he is doing his job undecided
Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by chuksikem(m): 7:45pm On Feb 14, 2012
afam4eva:

Make Chino catch una.


We are all passionate about our state regardless of where we live, am just concerned as a bona fide citizen of Anambra and i wish only the best for her, cool cool

I spent [b]22[/b]years of my life in that glorious state,my Mum stays in the state till date ,so i know what am talking about, the state is not getting the attention it deserves, i challenge anybody to prove me wrong. undecided undecided
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by MrGlobe(m): 8:15pm On Feb 14, 2012
Kobojunkie:

@Poster, he is doing exactly what the people elected him to come do again. I mean for a man with meagre list of accomplishments during his first time, why else would he had been re-elected if not to continue the same?? undecided undecided undecided
Classic response! But this would have been true if the people actually voted the lame. I remember he was announcing everywhere that the election was being flawed (watched it on the net) when he sensed ngige was winning. Ngige actually won the election according to what ve heard and seen but then its Nigeria
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Valon4ego(m): 8:16pm On Feb 14, 2012
here we go again!
Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Nobody: 11:04pm On Feb 14, 2012
I have had cause to pass through Onitsha and Awka (even spending a night in the former), and all I could do was shake my head.
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by PROUDIGBO(m): 1:38am On Feb 15, 2012
HNosegbe:

I have had cause to pass through Onitsha and Awka (even spending a night in the former), and all I could do was shake my head.

^^^Inasmuch as there have been concerted efforts over the decades by the Bastards that've controlled gov't at the centre to deny Ndigbo an enabling economic environment that will give us the tools to develop and improve our lot, i'm of the opinion that -the pitfalls and diabolical scheming notwithstanding- we ought have progressed far better in all indices than is presently the case.

What we as a people have done is to rest on our battered oars, and be content with progressing at a pace dictated by the centre: a centre that until recently didn't give two shi*ts about tapping into the relative strengths of the human and material resources that abound in the region. I'm no Nostradamus but i can tell you for nothing that this nonsense WILL CONTINUE for as long as we collectively refuse to take our destiny in our hands, and chart a developmental course driven, managed and funded mainly by Ndigbo at home and in diaspora.

We have not been too bright (putting it mildly) in electing Sons/Daughters into public office that have the vision, zeal and mental capacity to take their respective constituencies to a higher enviable level. Of the five states in the South East, i can honestly say (and i'm entitled to my opinion) that i have a positive feeling for the state leadership in only two (Imo and Enugu), and i'm sure any nuetral observer will agree with me. The rest states just seem to have clueless gov'ts that haven't got the faintest idea how to manage and bring out the best in their people/resources. They seem to have no vision on where to take their states and it seems they ran for office just to be called 'Your Excellency'.

Also, our representatives in Assembly and Federal Gov't seem to be there just for what they can get out it, and it seems they're afraid to take the President to task on promises yet unfulfilled: like the Onitsha River Port that we were told would be commissioned in Oct' last year. Yet you hear of private and gov't projects being planned and commissioned almost on a fortnightly basis in other regions.

One of our problems seems to be the fact we don't have a 'leader'; someone that can knock heads together, tell it as it is and get things done; someone that would enable us think and speak with one voice, with everyone pulling in one direction.

Oh well!!! God dey.
Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by chuksikem(m): 10:21am On Feb 15, 2012
PROUD-IGBO:

^^^Inasmuch as there have been concerted efforts over the decades by the Bastards that've controlled gov't at the centre to deny Ndigbo an enabling economic environment that will give us the tools to develop and improve our lot, i'm of the opinion that -the pitfalls and diabolical scheming notwithstanding- we ought have progressed far better in all indices than is presently the case.

What we as a people have done is to rest on our battered oars, and be content with progressing at a pace dictated by the centre: a centre that until recently didn't give two shi*ts about tapping into the relative strengths of the human and material resources that abound in the region. I'm no Nostradamus but i can tell you for nothing that this nonsense WILL CONTINUE for as long as we collectively refuse to take our destiny in our hands, and chart a developmental course driven, managed and funded mainly by Ndigbo at home and in diaspora.

We have not been too bright (putting it mildly) in electing Sons/Daughters into public office that have the vision, zeal and mental capacity to take their respective constituencies to a higher enviable level. Of the five states in the South East, i can honestly say (and i'm entitled to my opinion) that i have a positive feeling for the state leadership in only two (Imo and Enugu), and i'm sure any nuetral observer will agree with me. The rest states just seem to have clueless gov'ts that haven't got the faintest idea how to manage and bring out the best in their people/resources. They seem to have no vision on where to take their states and it seems they ran for office just to be called 'Your Excellency'.

Also, our representatives in Assembly and Federal Gov't seem to be there just for what they can get out it, and it seems they're afraid to take the President to task on promises yet unfulfilled: like the Onitsha River Port that we were told would be commissioned in Oct' last year. Yet you hear of private and gov't projects being planned and commissioned almost on a fortnightly basis in other regions.

One of our problems seems to be the fact we don't have a 'leader'; someone that can knock heads together, tell it as it is and get things done; someone that would enable us think and speak with one voice, with everyone pulling in one direction.

Oh well!!! God dey.



u hv said it all, sentiments played a major role whenever we elect our leaders, Obi is a monumental failure in all aspect, am sorry to say but its true, God bless our state.
Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by joeyfire(m): 11:18am On Feb 15, 2012
Anambra state is suffering because Peter Obi is busy with his day job as GEJ's Personal Assistant. Despite his boy -boy work in abuja, he has not been able to attract anything meaningful to the state from the centre. Anambra has suffered terrible, corrupt, clueless and backward leadership since back when. Besides the brief spark of Ngige there's been nobody else to write home about. From Mbadinuju, Andy Ubah to Peter Obi. I am hearing that the next person who will likely take over is Ifeanyi Uba of Capital Oil cry cry. We don suffer o!
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by joeyfire(m): 11:20am On Feb 15, 2012
@ Chuksikem - meanwhile i havent been in lagos for a while but Badore, Ajah is my neighborhood, hope the rainstorm didnt flood the place
Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by ifyalways(f): 11:57am On Feb 15, 2012
Peter Obi can best be described as a curse and bad omen to Anambarians.

When would his tenure evem expire?Oh jees,what a wicked,visionless man.
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Nobody: 12:54pm On Feb 15, 2012
I never expected much from a man whose voice rattles like a teenage lady's.
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by DisGuy: 12:54pm On Feb 15, 2012
I thought people were celebrating the fact he has no debt!! or the state had the lowest debt profile cool
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by BashMe1(m): 12:55pm On Feb 15, 2012
Na foolish Man now. During the tym of the removal of subsidy, he appeared the first Gov'nor to promise his ppl the great reward to attain from such federal move and urged them to go about their various biz. Inspite of the fact that nuffin is being done yet as a result of the so called REMOVAL, i still see him not doing a good thing till the end of his tenure. Shake Ma Head in despair. undecided angry
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by fleps(m): 12:55pm On Feb 15, 2012
PROUD-IGBO:

^^^Inasmuch as there have been concerted efforts over the decades by the Bastards that've controlled gov't at the centre to deny Ndigbo an enabling economic environment that will give us the tools to develop and improve our lot, i'm of the opinion that -the pitfalls and diabolical scheming notwithstanding- we ought have progressed far better in all indices than is presently the case.

What we as a people have done is to rest on our battered oars, and be content with progressing at a pace dictated by the centre: a centre that until recently didn't give two shi*ts about tapping into the relative strengths of the human and material resources that abound in the region. I'm no Nostradamus but i can tell you for nothing that this nonsense WILL CONTINUE for as long as we collectively refuse to take our destiny in our hands, and chart a developmental course driven, managed and funded mainly by Ndigbo at home and in diaspora.

We have not been too bright (putting it mildly) in electing Sons/Daughters into public office that have the vision, zeal and mental capacity to take their respective constituencies to a higher enviable level. Of the five states in the South East, i can honestly say (and i'm entitled to my opinion) that i have a positive feeling for the state leadership in only two (Imo and Enugu), and i'm sure any nuetral observer will agree with me. The rest states just seem to have clueless gov'ts that haven't got the faintest idea how to manage and bring out the best in their people/resources. They seem to have no vision on where to take their states and it seems they ran for office just to be called 'Your Excellency'.

Also, our representatives in Assembly and Federal Gov't seem to be there just for what they can get out it, and it seems they're afraid to take the President to task on promises yet unfulfilled: like the Onitsha River Port that we were told would be commissioned in Oct' last year. Yet you hear of private and gov't projects being planned and commissioned almost on a fortnightly basis in other regions.

One of our problems seems to be the fact we don't have a 'leader'; someone that can knock heads together, tell it as it is and get things done; someone that would enable us think and speak with one voice, with everyone pulling in one direction.

Oh well!!! God dey.
U too dey talk sef! Na just question them ask, u dey write term paper. Wel sha, d lines i read make sense, KUDOS!
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by Chookym(m): 1:22pm On Feb 15, 2012
The guy is just there making his pocket full. I pity my state. why do they have to vote him the second time. I read an article recently of his shady deals. Our people no dey represent us at all
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Re: What Exactly Is Peter Obi Doing In Anambra State? by speeder(m): 1:31pm On Feb 15, 2012
I'm an Anambra indigene. Road construction has been zero all d way except for d one he's recently constructing at Onitsha. But most Anambras have an undoubting faith in him cos he signifies a sense of unity among d people. He has achieved alot in his administration among which are: he constructed over 500 borewholes in d state, he gave over 250 wheel chairs to d disabled, he alway attend any cultural activities organised by any locals wit their uniform on( this d major reason he is been loved by d people) and anmbra is d state wit d largest road network. To me i won't say he hasn't achieved anything but i'm yet to see any of his achievement that i would b proud of. But i sure ly
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