06 August, 2008

STILL UNDER THE CARPET!!!!!

Sometime this year some people 'braved' into this hot topic in the italo_naija and Nigerian_diaspora groups,but some people thought it was being over flogged therefore better stopped and swept under the carpet.
However, the next week CNN thought otherwise and ran a two weeks program on the Nigerian girls drama in Europe through the life of a Benin(Edo) girl. We all saw it.
The Italian govt also thought otherwise, and in their usual wrong but legitimate approach repatriated scores of our girls in one month, the Fed govt of Nigeria also thought otherwise and made some intelligent postings to the missions of countries concerned as reported by The Nigerian Guardian of 17/02/2008.
However, it is interesting to note that the Nigerian communities (esp. in italy) believe it is still not yet time to play a fundamental role. Let me be corrected.
I post here from our archive
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=d87v66w_6fgzv6hft&invite=dd99zcg a link of the discussions/debate that went through the forum. This is the first time we re-publish discussion in this form and we do it for the interest of the numerous new arrivals in the fora and as our little contribution to sensitizing and educating the public on this phenomenon.
THE MODERATOR.
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=d87v66w_6fgzv6hft&invite=dd99zcg
NB. ONLY THE FIRST ARTICLE IS IN ITALIAN OTHERS ARE IN ENGLISH

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

VERY GOOD WORK.
BUT I DOUBT IF YOU WILL STILL HAVE MORE SUCCESS NOW EVERYONE IS BUSY TRYING TO HARD SHOW THE NEW AMBASSADOR HOW GOOD AND 'LOYAL ' THEY ARE,( ".......Rome is ok and your kinsmen are OK, its just an exaggeration from envy people...")
DAYS ARE BAD AND ROME IS HARD.MAN GO CHOP, SO NOBODY WILL LIKE TO EXPOSE HIMSELF VERY MUCH I WISH YOU THE BEST IN YOUR SO CALLED FIGHT.
GOOD LUCK.
JAMES

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