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A Letter from Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to his Yoruba kins Men.

A Letter from Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to his Yoruba kins Men.Dear Yorubas, 90% of Igbo people will vote ATIKU in the next election.
It is not because he picked Peter Obi. In 2003 BUHARI picked Chuba Okadigbo and the Igbos voted OBASANJO.
They are business oriented people, they know bad market when they see one. Dear Hausa /Fulani. In 2007 BUHARI picked Edwin Ume-Ezeoke, yet the Igbos voted Yaradua!.
BUHARI can not manage the economy, as you have seen it. Experience they say is the best teacher. Igbos hate poverty and have never made mistakes in their choice of President in Nigerian History.
Even after the civil war, Igbos rebuilt themselves with nothing to the envy of other Nigerians. Igbos do not hate Buhari, but they hate the POVERTY associated with Buhari and his Government.

I believe that anyone can do better than Buhari and his APC cabals. Let's vote for Atiku-Obi, I know they will surely do better for Nigeria. Postponement of election will never save APC from defeat. -Chief Oluse…
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We very much know that Lagos is the busiest city in Africa but what we tend not to know is that it is also the 4th richest city in AfricaIn a new report by Africa Property News, Lagos has been ranked the 4th wealthiest city in Africa, coming behind Johannesburg, Cape Town, and Cairo.

Lagos was valued at $108 billion, while the other Nigerian city on the list – Abuja – was valued at $13 billion.
The overview of the continent’s wealthiest cities is based on the The AfrAsia Bank Africa Wealth Report 2018. The overview “indicates where clusters of wealthy cities are developing across the continent, as well as showing a few more isolated locations of money aggregation.”
See the Top 10 in the overview below:
Johannesburg (South Africa) – $276 billionCape Town (South Africa) – $155 billionCairo (Egypt) – $140 billionLagos (Nigeria) – $108 billionDurban (South Africa) – $55 billionNairobi (Kenya) – $54 billionLuanda (Angola) – $49 billionPretoria (South Africa) – $48 billionCasablanca (Morocco) –…

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