Friday, 16 August 2013

First Lady grounds Abuja with drummers, dancers

 IT IS NOW CLEAR THAT PROFESSOR WOLE SOYINKA WAS ON POINT ABOUT THIS WOMAN. CURRENTLY OUR STUDENTS HAVE BEEN FORCED TO STAY AT HOME BUT OUR FIRST LADY'S PRIORITY IS TO GROUND THE ENTIRE CITY OF ABUJA, ARE WE SURPRISED AND OF COURSE TAX PAYERS MONEY WERE USED TO HOST THIS SHAME, IT IS GETTING MUCH CLEARER THAT 2015 IS WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THIS EVENT.
Residents and visitors to Abuja, Nigeria’s Federal Capital were on Thursday subjected to unwarranted restriction and security cordon, as the First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, took time off to sing and dance with women drawn from the 36 states of the Federation.

The event, which was held at the Eagles Square, effectively cut off workers from the imposing Federal Secretariat on both Shehu Shagari Way and Ibrahim Babangida Road, forcing them to trek for miles to the office.

The big event, which took the workers and residents by surprise, also prevented commercial and government drivers from dropping their passengers, mostly workers in their designated bus stops around the secretariat.

As vehicular and human traffic was effectively cut off from all the routes leading to the venue of the First Lady’s rally, tagged, “Nigerian Women Rally for Peace and Empowerment”, frustrated motorists were funneled to any available space, thereby leading to a chaotic traffic snarl for most part of the day.

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