Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Wins Silverbird Man Of The Year Award 2012



The silverbird group have just announced that Ngozi okonjo iweala is the winner of  2012 Silverbird Man Of The Year...details later!

3 comments:

  1. It was indeed an awesome occasion to see Ngozi okonjo iweala emerge the winner of 2012 Silverbird Man Of the Year... I actually saw a bit of it on TV last Night...

    Her response was very well thought out... This is why someone like her would have been the right man for the presidency come 2015... I know she will say am a technocrat etc,... but she may just be the only solution at this time... anyway, that s just by the way.

    In her acknowledgement speech, she applauded Dr. Ben Bruce for his campaign to salvage the poor masses in various capacity in our disposal.... the Honorable Minister said something that intrigued me, " We must invest in the future... This a subject for Debate... If we Nigerians have useful suggestions, we should come up them, And that NIGERIA IS A GOOD NATION ...WE NIGERIANS SHOULD NOT USE OUR MOUTH TO CASTIGATE THIS NATION, never say Nigeria is a bad country... She said emphatically that Nigeria is not a bad country, that 99% of Nigerians are good people and the Government is on the right path... "

    At this point, I will like to direct my request to Dr. Ben Bruce... We the Nigerian Youths for Democracy, will need your venerated platform to Feedback on the Ministers' humane gesture to fast-track A Preferred future we Nigerians truly desired.

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  2. It was indeed an awesome occasion to see Ngozi okonjo iweala emerge the winner of 2012 Silverbird Man Of the Year... I actually saw a bit of it on TV last Night...

    Her response was very well thought out... This is why someone like her would have been the right man for the presidency come 2015... I know she will say am a technocrat etc,... but she may just be the only solution at this time... anyway, that s just by the way.

    In her acknowledgement speech, she applauded Dr. Ben Bruce for his campaign to salvage the poor masses in various capacity in our disposal.... the Honorable Minister said something that intrigued me, " We must invest in the future... This a subject for Debate... If we Nigerians have useful suggestions, we should come up them, And that NIGERIA IS A GOOD NATION ...WE NIGERIANS SHOULD NOT USE OUR MOUTH TO CASTIGATE THIS NATION, never say Nigeria is a bad country... She said emphatically that Nigeria is not a bad country, that 99% of Nigerians are good people and the Government is on the right path... "

    At this point, I will like to direct my request to Dr. Ben Bruce... We the Nigerian Youths for Democracy, will need your venerated platform to Feedback on the Ministers' humane gesture to fast-track A Preferred future we Nigerians truly desired.

    ReplyDelete
  3. It was indeed an awesome occasion to see Ngozi okonjo iweala emerge the winner of 2012 Silverbird Man Of the Year... I actually saw a bit of it on TV last Night...

    Her response was very well thought out... This is why someone like her would have been the right man for the presidency come 2015... I know she will say am a technocrat etc,... but she may just be the only solution at this time... anyway, that s just by the way.

    In her acknowledgement speech, she applauded Dr. Ben Bruce for his campaign to salvage the poor masses in various capacity in our disposal.... the Honorable Minister said something that intrigued me, " We must invest in the future... This a subject for Debate... If we Nigerians have useful suggestions, we should come up them, And that NIGERIA IS A GOOD NATION ...WE NIGERIANS SHOULD NOT USE OUR MOUTH TO CASTIGATE THIS NATION, never say Nigeria is a bad country... She said emphatically that Nigeria is not a bad country, that 99% of Nigerians are good people and the Government is on the right path... "

    At this point, I will like to direct my request to Dr. Ben Bruce... We the Nigerian Youths for Democracy, will need your venerated platform to Feedback on the Ministers' humane gesture to fast-track A Preferred future we Nigerians truly desired.

    ReplyDelete