U.S.-based Nigerians back America on Alamieyeseigha

Ex-Army provost blames S’South under-development on corruption AMERICA-BASED Nigerians are expressing support for the United States (U.S.) government’s comments and action regarding the controversial pardon granted last week to a former corrupt governor of Bayelsa State, Diepreye Solomon Peter (DSP) Alamieyeseigha. They are also demanding that former Head of State, Gen. Mohamadu Buhari, and other state governors should declare their stand on the issue since the decision was announced at a National ...
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Added March 18, 2013
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