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Mr. Peter Obi’s sudden advocacy for taxing the rich is met with incredulity and skepticism, as his own track record betrays a pattern of empty rhetoric and superficial gestures – Omoyele Sowore

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In the labyrinth of Nigerian politics, hypocrisy often wears the cloak of righteousness, with politicians wielding slogans and promises like weapons of mass distraction. Such is the case with the recent discourse surrounding taxing the rich, spearheaded by none other than Mr. Peter Obi, former governor and prominent figure in the political landscape.

Mr. Obi’s sudden advocacy for taxing the rich is met with incredulity and skepticism, as his own track record betrays a pattern of empty rhetoric and superficial gestures. Remember the time he embarked on a so-called fact-finding mission to Egypt, ostensibly to learn about electricity generation, only to return with little more than a photo op at a switchboard in an Egyptian power station? It’s a prime example of the copy-and-paste mentality that plagues Nigerian politics, where slogans are recycled without substance or accountability.

Now, Mr. Obi champions the cause of taxing the rich, conveniently ignoring the glaring contradictions within his own political circle. As fuel subsidy removal and electricity tariff increases disproportionately burden the poor, the wealthy elite continue to evade their tax obligations, sheltering their wealth in offshore havens beyond the reach of Nigerian authorities.

But the hypocrisy doesn’t end there. Mr. Obi’s alignment with Uncle Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, a figure notorious for his ruthless exploitation of the poor, further exposes the hollowness of his rhetoric. While the poor are subjected to further impoverishment, politicians like Mr. Obi and his ilk offer token gestures in the form of borehole commissions, a paltry band-aid on the gaping wound of inequality.

The fundamental question remains: how do you tax the rich when they operate with impunity, hiding their wealth in tax havens far from the grasp of Nigerian tax authorities? It’s a conundrum that exposes the inherent flaws within Nigeria’s socio-political landscape, where the powerful few wield disproportionate influence at the expense of the marginalized many.

In the face of such entrenched inequality and hypocrisy, the call for revolution echoes ever louder. #Revolutionnow, as championed by figures like Sowore, represents a grassroots movement demanding accountability, transparency, and justice for all Nigerians.

As we navigate the murky waters of Nigerian politics, let us not be swayed by empty slogans or superficial gestures. True change requires a concerted effort to dismantle the structures of oppression and hold those in power accountable for their actions.

Only then can we truly aspire to a Nigeria where justice, equality, and prosperity are not just slogans, but tangible realities for all.

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When Is Hamster Kombat Token Launching date?: Here’s the Latest Update

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The official roadmap of Hamster Kombat indicates that access to the exchanges is planned for June 2024. This aligns with the game’s rapid growth and the development team’s strategy to expand its reach within the crypto ecosystem.

What This Means for Players
Increased Accessibility: The listing will make $HMSTR more accessible to a broader audience, allowing for trading and investment opportunities.
Enhanced Game Experience: The integration of $HMSTR into the game’s economy is expected to enhance the overall player experience.


Community Engagement: The distribution of tokens to active community members is a move to reward players for their engagement and loyalty.


How to Prepare for the Listing


Stay Informed: Keep an eye on official announcements from Hamster Kombat and TON for the latest updates.
Check Eligibility: Players should check their eligibility for the HMSTR supplying pool to participate in the token distribution.


Link Wallets: Ensure your TON wallet is linked and ready for the upcoming listing.

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I am scared, people are using guns like phones here in America – Portable cries out

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Nigerian singer Portable has cried out in fear over his recent observation in America.

The singer, in a video captured online, revealed that American citizens are always carrying guns like phones in their pockets. According to him, those who have been coming to welcome him into the country and greet him have been coming with guns.

He expressed fear that he could end up being killed should he engage in an argument with any of them. However, he remains strong that nothing can happen to him.

Whatever that makes portable a Yoruba Guy and as well as a Nigerian mafia to be afraid of gun in the United States of America must be a top 10 don’t you think so because the Yoruba people will know are always known to be working with a body IP known as Odeshi(anti bullets).

But if I’m to suggest I will suggest that the president of the United States of America should look into how individuals abroad list down because that is a very deadly weapon.

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What an inferior culture as Dani tribe in Papua Guinea traces history of using finger to pay for diary

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Dani tribe in Papua Guinea

At marriage, a man must cut off the finger of his right hand and present it to the bride as a dowry for her

And if he wants to divorce her, he cuts off two fingers of his left hand, but if he dies, his wife cuts off the ten fingers of her hand as a sign of her fidelity to him and that she will not marry a man after him.

Whether you marry, divorce or die… there are fingers that must be cut off.

If this kind of tradition is still in existence in Papua Guinea then the people are really subjecting themselves to punishment and the marital slavery.

Source:history_daily
Retold: Mileage Multime

People from Papua New Guinea will confirm the above story.
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Love and marriage is a lifetime decision.
Never dishonor it. Can cost your life.

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