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Sunday, 7 May 2017

Amaechi the Lie-on of Ubimma- Reno Omokri

As shared by Reno.


obiora said...

I love facts and that's one up there!

Anonymous said...


You are the very liar ok,its so very true that gej the looter n chief waster paid N34b for the dredging,you really need help,you shameless fake pastor of fraudsters.

Anonymous said...


You are the very liar ok,its so very true that gej the looter n chief waster paid N34b for the dredging,you really need help,you shameless fake pastor of fraudsters.

nony bright said...


Anonymous said...

Ameachi the lizard of ubima

Abdulazeez Yusuf said...

I laugh when I see my brothers fighting for GEJ. You don't need to. The facts are there. It will be very difficult to sweep all the dirty things under the carpet. Let us therefore look for another credible southern to support.

Anonymous said...

Reno u no well. Real lie-on!! 😂

Anonymous said...

Stop being children we have first class world in making and coming soon

Anonymous said...

It's Jonathan that paid them money. Fake pastor

Anonymous said...

This Reno is crazy , if u don't let us put our mind together due to ur joblessness, God will deal with you soon , u this mutherf***cker pastor. Idiot , thief , you come to Nigeria now .

Anonymous said...

You r d real mofo ... Amaechi d minister & Lie-on isn't working but talking...Reno is not employed by d Govt. He's now one of us and free to talk,without much expectation from him....however let our President & Ministers work for crying out loud ehn

Anonymous said...

I have followed his write up with kin interest He deals with facts. Good job Reno! Only fools doubt proofs....

Anonymous said...

Are u for real ???Atleast his better than boko buhari.

Anonymous said...

Stop calling him names.wht of lai lai Mohamed.

Shola Olushola said...


By Eneh John

To everyone who has followed National issues in the country,you will agree with me that the late president Umaru Musa Yaradua, had awarded the dredging of the River Niger which was stopped by Goodluck Jonathan.

But it surprises us on how time actually flies.

Today, Goodluck Jonathan is seeking votes from Niger state to become the president again.

Indigenes of the state has opened up that all is not well as long as the Jonathan candidacy is concerned.

Here is an in depth report below on how Jonathan stopped the contract.

Nigeria: Baro Community Decries Quality of River Niger Dredging.

The people of Baro Community in Agaie local government area of Niger State have raised the alarm over the quality of dredging of River Niger and inland port under construction in the area.

Findings also revealed that the people were not happy over the inability of the federal government and the contractors handling the dredging as well as construction of Baro port started in 2010 to pay them compensation for their destroyed farmlands.

When our correspondent visited Baro, the contractor handling the dredging was not on site but it was learnt that the contractor was on site up until last year after test-running the purported dredging with boat from Baro to Jamata in Kogi State.

The people further expressed reservations over the quality of work done, as they alleged that the contractor did a peripheral dredging, which, by their estimation, would not be able to carry a ship but just a ferry or flying boat.

Shola Olushola said...

The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi will tomorrow flags off the maintenance dredging of the already dredged Ajaokuta-Onitsha water channels.

This was contained in a statement issued in Lokoja on Thursday by the General Manager, Corporate Affairs of the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA), Mr Tayo Fadile.

According to the statement, the minister will be accompanied by the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello at the Julius Berger Jetty, Ajaokuta where the flag off is expected to take place at exactly 10 oclock in the morning.

The statement further noted that the maintenance dredging was part of efforts by NIWA to ensure all year round navigation of the River Niger water ways.

While urging the general public, corporate bodies and other critical stakeholders in the transport sector to grace the occasion, Mr Fadile emphasised that the primary purpose of the exercise was to ensure hitch-free navigation of the waterways.

It would be recalled that in 2009, former President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua in a bid to boost socio-economic activities through the waterways, flagged-off dredging of the lower River Niger and construction of seven additional sea ports across the country.

The ports were to be located in Agenebode, Idah, Yenagoa, Baro, Lokoja,Aguta and Ogbabe.

Shola Olushola said...

Flooding caused by dredging of River Niger without environmental impact assessment – Evah ON OCTOBER 5, 20128:25 PMIN INTERVIEWCOMMENTS Comrade Joseph Evah is the coordinator, Ijaw Monitoring Group and the former Publicity Secretary of Ijaw National Congress (INC). In this enounter with AZUH AKANWA, he speaks about flooding across states in Nigeria and why he rejected Gov Dickson’s appointment offer in his home state, Bayelsa. Excerpts. During the military era you went to court to stop the dredging of River Niger, today flood disaster around the River Niger area is causing a lot of death and destruction. What is your opinion on the current situation? It is bad as we speak, families are suffering and some are mourning their loved ones and the flooding is getting worse everyday, and the federal and state governments are all helpless. What is causing the uncontrollable flooding and helplessness is because government dredges the River Niger without environmental impact assessment. It was one of my reasons for going to court through my lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN). My arguments were tested in the federal high court Benin and I got historical ruling and when the civilian government came in 1999, our governors and the so-called honorable men threatened me to withdraw my matter from court and I refused. They threatened that they wanted to be part of the case if I refused to hands off. They argued that they are the true representatives of the Niger delta people. Since democracy has emerged. It got to a point that lives of members of my family were threatened by these politicians to please Obasanjo and by the time Yar’ Adua emerged as president, our politicians had done the final sale of our own part of the River Niger to dredge without acceptable environmental impact assessment (EIA). You see what we are seeing now is natural disaster but it is uncontrollable now because man (Federal Government) has tampered with the natural mechanism that was supposed to adjust itself when natural disasters occur.

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