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Monday, November 06, 2017

Comedian Ali Baba Expose The Corrupt Political Game In Nigeria, Fighting For The Development Of Trade Fair Complex

Iconic comedian, born Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, professionally called Ali Baba, seems to be one of those not impress by the way our dear country Nigeria is being run by the Government who are not foreseeing the great impact infrastructure and development can induce in the country's economic.

The Comedian share the above comparative photo of the Nigeria Trade fair complex that is now in the state of deterioration and the amazing Ferrari amusement park of Dubai that serves same purpose the Trade Fair complex could.

Sharing the above photo Ali Baba wrote:
"Let this comparison sink into your mind as you think about our country's wasteful leadership, lack of impactful vision and failure to apply our resources to pull our country out of the strong holds of choking poverty. #FerrariDubai versus #TradeFairComplex.... is it fair????"
In detail, the Stand up comic father whom pave way for the success of comedy in the country, gave reasons why the government should not turn blind eyes and deaf ears to the Trade Fair complex, as it can boom the country's alarming economy financially, socially and as well provide massive job opportunity for citizens among other development it can make possible.

He continued and wrote:
"How much do you think the International Trade Fair Complex has contributed to the overall GDP of Nigeria? No need to guess. Let me help you. Nadaaaaa! Yet just looking at the aerial view of that property, I can see over 5 things that can maximize the value. You have a site for the biggest Formula 1 circuit ever. Even @lewishamilton will want to win his first African pole position there. And what will come with that, Hotel facilities, restaurants, bookshops, malls, cinemas, massage parlours and spa. Not to mention a gallery for African art and culture. There is enough space for 2 international standard helipads that can land and take off 2 helicopters at the same time. Do you know a Formula 1 circuit like that can attract the makers of #Fast&Furious10 to Nigeria? And when the races are done, you can have international music festivals in an international stage that will attract over 500,000 tourists. Do you know how much foreign exchange that will bring to Nigeria? How about an Arts festival? Motor fairs? Business conferences?... Do you know how many Youth Corpers such a place will mop up? Can you just imagine how many economic dynamics will be activated by just this trade fair complex? If the place is solar powered, do you know we can have a studio that can take 100 housemates and the would be no need to host #bigbrotherNiGERiA and #thevoiceNIGERIAin a foreign country? The number of jobs it will create? But no. We must share oil money and tax the people till they die of poverty. I proposed this in 2010... It's 7 years down still no value added to the place. If #AnthonyJoshua decides to come fight in his home country, would that not be an international venue enough? But it will not cross their minds. It's how to steal money meant to fight boko haram, and other projects... then run out of Nigeria".
 Is Nigeria's case not more pathetic? having Idealist with insights that can be leaders and move the country forward for good with such amazing ideas, knowing ideas rule the world, unfortunately such individuals are never given the needed opportunity to build the nation, because politics in Nigeria is corruption itself.

Speaking of Politics, Millions of Nigerians who are amazed at Ali Baba's ideology on different matter concerning the development of the country has applause him to step in the political game and here is his response.

You will be perplexed on how far our country is beyond repair with his insightful explanation.
Ali Baba share the above photo with the words:
Many people, may mean well, when they say "Ali Baba you can do it. Run for an elective office". I know many who have failed to listen to the voice of reason and the counsel of realities... they still have not recovered. 15 years after they lost the elections. I agree we all need to take part in the political atmosphere of Nigeria. But trust me, it's not as easy as it seems. Your reasons are based on the need for true change in the political space. But, believe me, It is not achievable with the the present electioneering process. The devils in the politics of Nigeria are real. First off, you can not win an election without spending money. Local govt councillor seats 20m minimum. Chairmanship 200m. State Assembly 100m minimum. House of Reps 200m minimum. Senate 400m. Governorship 5b to start with. PRESIDENCY 30B for the akant!!! And You must be a member of a party. The party chieftain will determine who runs. Quota system is still applied... elections are not on merit and deliverables. The loopholes for rigging the elections are still very huge and present. The enforcement of punishment for electoral crimes and offences is non existent. Nigerian politics is still 90% based on cash. God fatherism is embossed. Poverty can't make people make rational decisions. The people who do not have anything else to survive on but corruption will not sit and watch you take that from them. That's why even if a government is corrupt, some people will not see the huge damage of corruption but the micro gains of it. That's why a bag of rice is better than a road. Or 10k for vote makes more sense than primary healthcare. Bode Augusto was dropped for someone who was not on the same intellectual pedestal. That's the sad reality of politics. That's why the capable don't do politics. They will mess you up. Because they thrive in the mess. If you come clean it up, they are finished."

Who disagree with him? 

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