Sunday June 3, 2012 stated just like any other day for millions of Nigerians. Each region was expected to witness the usual – bomb blasts in the North, kidnappings in the East, and less horrendous hazards in the South; robbery, hooliganism, the usual political bickering, among others. Of the litany of woes that have been the lot of Nigeria in the recent past, the South seems to be better off.
Common to all regions of the country is institutionalized looting and we are use to it. Everybody knows this. We live with it and nothing seems to be strange about it.
But, that day was to be different. President Jonathan was to add more his basketful of maladministration. And the country was to be once again subjected to agonies necessitated by assemblage of insatiably corrupt, kleptoparasitic and inefficient officials.
When the news of a cargo plane owned by Allied Air…
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