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Monday, 12 June 2017

FG congratulates 7 British-Nigerians elected into UK parliament

The Federal Government has congratulated the 7 British-Nigerians who got elected into the UK Parliament last week. Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Abike Dabiri, released a congratulatory letter addressed to the 7 Nigerians. According to her, this electoral victory shows that Nigerians excel anywhere in the world. See a copy of the letter after the cut...

19 comments:

VJ said...

All youths. Congratulations gbukwa unu dia!

Anonymous said...

A big congratulation to the seven, especially Chuka Umunna who has been likened to "Obama", for making it again to the parliament. Chuka, indeed shines a good example to the Nigerian youths of these days, those still enmeshed in ethnic chauvinism and primordial hate.
This is a good news for us not our citizens abroad raping, stealing, peddling drugs and getting involved in all forms of crime.

The Aficionado

jizzy said...

#long hisssss" a government that identifies with the successful but fails to empower the common man on the street for empowerment. May God punish our leaders for for frustrating our youths

Anonymous said...

Y is it that the FG always congratulates nigerians in the diaspora, they are far more loyal to UK than the praise of the FG of Nig. Please FG should learn to congratulate their own in Nigeria more often. Bunch of Cowards FG of Nigeria! Always feeling inferior in their success but always looking for validation from Foreigners!

Anonymous said...

Instead of congratulating, make this country grate.so we don't keep losing our great brains. I tire for naija o..when the people make us proud,govt go wan claim them. Mtcheew

Anonymous said...

The Doctor who died saving the lives of Nigerians from contracting Ebola, where is her honour? Is the black race cursed? Why do we find it difficult to honour ourselves but we are quick to honour foreigners!

El Fidel said...

FG shey una see as dem young reach baa?
Good!
Make una de do wetin una de do during election. Old fools

Anonymous said...

Did you notice that none of these ones have wrinkled faces? Go to our national assembly and you will think you are in "old peoples home".

David Chuks said...

Wow Congrats to them, they are all youths & has been given opportunity to serve in the Government, while in Naija they must be from 50 & above..wailing country

Anonymous said...

Congrats guys. But if you bring them to naija, the system will corrupt them and they will start looting because no law to holding them responsible but in UK where there's Law, u won't mess up cos jail will be your room. speaking from recent happenings.

Maximum Grade said...

Madam can you notice that they are all young youths .Here in your country will they even survive primary's not to talk of winning the main election.

Anonymous said...

Hausa no dey there ? Backward people

Anonymous said...

When will they rotate it so that it will be the turn of the hausas

Anonymous said...

Can all you idiots hist shut up, everything doesn't have to be politicised, let a congratulation be a congratulation!

We are proud of these Nigerians, trying to recover our country's reputation, which a select group is doing everything to further tarnish, if you have an issue with the acknowledgement of Nigeria's finest, then write a letter to your Senator and gtfo of here.

Anonymous said...

These are Nigerian in foreign land being elected into a foreign parliament. The question is can I as a Nigerian from Akwa Ibom State be elected into Ogun State House of Assembly or ever become a Councilor in Lagos State? Can a Yoruba man from Osun State be elected into say, Imo state House of Assembly or become a councilor in Kano State? But we are deceiving ourselves that we are one Nigerian. Let's continue fooling ourselves.

Anonymous said...

Am surprised we tend to congratulate people who are actually British. A stupid youth in Nigeria will support trump or s foyose and claim they are sensible, people who are filled with chaos. I just pray our youths understand the difference between governance an chaos. Presently we believe in chaotic governance. Hence we would always have terrible government.

Vivian Reginalds said...

na ds one dey go fast congratulate, yeye govt
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

This is how jobless the F.G. have become. They are now looking overseas for black people with Nigerian names but foreign passports as role models for a country of 200 million people. God help us

Duke Emeka said...

See how young they are , yet in our country such won't be given a voice ..

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