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Title: Again and Again
Post by: mnzubair26 on November 21, 2006, 09:20:07 AM
Subhanallahi, ALLAH GAMU GARE KA!

Wai KWANKWASO ya dawo.......................

Allah ga bayin ka kaikace mu rokeka

Allah ga bukatar mu.

Allah ba sai mun ambataba

Allah ka fimu sani.
Title: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on November 23, 2006, 08:33:47 AM
Kai dai sai muyi ta addu'a dan'uwa. :roll:  Allah ya cecemu, amin.
Title: Again and Again
Post by: amira on November 23, 2006, 10:00:05 PM
Quote from: "Bakan~Gizo"
Kai dai sai muyi ta addu'a dan'uwa. :roll:  Allah ya cecemu, amin.


Bawan Allah ni ka ban dariya :lol:  :lol:
Title: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on November 24, 2006, 10:57:30 AM
'Yar'uwa abin ne yafi karfin talaka. Sai ceton Ubangiji.
Title: Again and Again
Post by: mnzubair26 on November 26, 2006, 06:57:32 AM
Quote from: "Bakan~Gizo"
'Yar'uwa abin ne yafi karfin talaka. Sai ceton Ubangiji.


Allah Bakan Gizo, to Allah yayi mana maikyau.
Title: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on November 26, 2006, 11:06:50 AM
Amin.  Amma yana da kyau mutanen Kano su tashi tsaye kamar yadda aka yi a 2003.
Title: Again and Again
Post by: mnzubair26 on November 29, 2006, 02:44:31 PM
Quote from: "Bakan~Gizo"
Amin.  Amma yana da kyau mutanen Kano su tashi tsaye kamar yadda aka yi a 2003.



Gaskiya kam in ba haka ba........................................................!
Title: Again and Again
Post by: amira on November 29, 2006, 03:16:35 PM
toh Allah shi taimaka
Title: Again and Again
Post by: Muhsin on November 29, 2006, 03:25:52 PM
Hey guys! Why are you scared because of that created man like us? C'mon don't do that now, its too soon. Let the time come. By Allah's grace he's gonna suprise, I hope.
Title: SHEKARAU, ALLAH YA MAIMAITAMANA AND THE SECOND TERM JINX IN
Post by: gogannaka on December 07, 2006, 10:50:43 AM
I believe the kanawa will find this interesting.It is not a campaign of any sort.Your comments will be appreciated.


SHEKARAU, ALLAH YA MAIMAITAMANA AND THE SECOND TERM JINX IN KANO POLITICS
BY - ALIYU ABDULLAHI YARIMA
yarimantalakawa@yahoo.com.
 
Kano, one of the most homogeneous states in the country remains the most complex political miluie to most political analysts in Nigeria and the world over. It is a state that is yet to be ruled twice by any executive governor since its creation in 1967. Although, the state witnessed more military administrators than civilian governors, the few civilian governors that ruled the state and sorts re-election lost to their opponents despite the incumbency factor that usually work in their favour. The 2007 general elections as far as the intrigues surrounding the Kano politics is concern will serve as a case study to students of politics.
 
One of the leading contenders to the Kano government house is the incumbent Governor - Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau who is determined to alter the proverbial jinx ?Nobody Rules Kano Twice?. Apart from Shekarau, there is the former governor and immediate past minister of defence - Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, who is as well very much in the race. But whether Kwankwaso will make it at the PDP primaries and later the general is a topic of another day, what we are most interested in here is to examine the chances of the incumbent governor in a mist of other gubernatorial aspirants in the state. Let it be observed that this piece is not meant to serve as a campaign tool for Shekarau, but rather an Independent-minded analysis of the issues on ground after all, the writer is neither a Bakano nor an ANPP member.
 
Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau was until 2003 a permanent secretary in Kano State where he served diligently and meticulously first, as a class-room teacher and later rose to the rank of a Principal through Permanent Secretary. He held various position where he set a good track-record that is yet to be surpassed by any public servant in the state civil-service. With his emergence as the Executive Governor of Kano State after the 2003 gubernatorial election, there was high degree of relief among the Kanawas with the believe that ?the enormous problems militating against the progress of the state shall soon be a thing of the past?. No sooner had Shekarau stepped into the driver?s seat than he began to impact on the lives of the Kanawas on areas that affect their welfare and social well-being. It is no longer news today in Kano that the Kanawas are better off than they were prior to his coming as the Executive Governor of the State.
 
When Mallam Shekarau assumed the saddle of leadership some three and a half years ago, Kano State as he met it was characterized with poverty of morality and ideas, lack of basic social amenities such as potable water, descent hospital, roads and adequate learning materials in most public schools etc. The Kwankwaso administration, despite the billions of naira it received throughout the four years in office, it rather left more problems that it met. With fairness to the Kwankwaso?s administration, he tried to improve on the dilapidated road-networks within the municipal as well as some other minor projects that his administration undertook for the welfare of the Kanawas. But it is a fact that the projects he successfully executed were not in consonance with the billions of naira he got from the Federation account and the internally generated revenue.
 
One of the policies of the Shekarau government that distinguished it from other state governments is the ?Adaidaita Sahu Project? the state policy for social re-orientation. Shekarau believes that if the society is in order, the government will surely find it easy and possible to achieve other objectives of state growth and development. The government has truly achieved so much in the areas of enlightenment and educating the Kanawas, poverty reduction, security and what have you. The Kanawas have therefore being rightly placed in a position to initiate personal development strategies in order to live an accomplished and fulfilled life.
 
It is the same Shekarau that has succeeded in settling the backlog of pensioners arrears to the extent that the state owes no single pensioneer in the whole of Kano State , no wonder, the decision of the state union of pensioners to purchase the ANPP nomination form at the cost of Five Million Naira for Mallam Shekarau. This action of the pensioners has given so much credence to the Shekarau?s quest for Allah ya maimaita mana. With the support of the pensioners, Shekarau has already secured about fifty percent of the Kanawas? votes. Remember, their children and grand children will surely support this matured decision.
 
Mallam Shekarau remains the most prudent and accountable governor in the country. He always make the state revenue base and its financial strength known to the Kanawas. No local government can claim any form of interference with the way it handles its finances by the State Government apart from the clarion call by the Shekarau regime on the local governments to be prudence in their spending. Given his land mark achievements in most segment of the Kano economy which space constraint would not permit us to critically examine and discuss them in a detail manner, Shekarau stands ahead of all the gubernatorial aspirants in both his party - the ANPP and the opposition parties in the state. The more you look at his achievement in the areas of health, education, agriculture and infrastructural development, the more you rate his chances higher. With the fresh memories of the Kwankwaso?s government poor performance, coupled with seven and a half years of devaluation of due process and good governance by the PDP government at the national level, one is rest-assured that the floor is set for Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau come 21st April, 2007, to break the proverbial ?Nobody rules Kano twice?. As the battle gets hotter by the day, only time can tell who the cap fits most between the people?s oriented governor and the Abuja induced aspirants.
 
YARIMA, a political scientist and a social critic
wrote in from Jos, he can be reached via:
yarimantalakawa@yahoo.com.
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: HUSNAA on September 05, 2007, 04:37:49 AM
Subhanallahi, ALLAH GAMU GARE KA!

Wai KWANKWASO ya dawo.......................

Allah ga bayin ka kaikace mu rokeka

Allah ga bukatar mu.

Allah ba sai mun ambataba

Allah ka fimu sani.


Aini yanzu yadda abubuwa ke tafiya a Kano, ai har gara kwankwaso din akan shiriritar da ANPP take yi a Kano kuma wai har ta sami dawo wa karo na biyu. Shekarau baya da alqibla unfortunately.
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 05, 2007, 11:38:15 AM
How someone would claim gara kwankwaso da Shekarau, beats me. :o ::) But then we all have our opinions. So to avoid a long-drawn political argument on the issue, I won't say more. We know, we feel and we've seen the difference.
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: HUSNAA on September 05, 2007, 07:10:57 PM
OK point taken.

Infact I only say so based on what i have heard and read and comments from ppl that I know, not on any first hand knowledge of the matter. So enlighten me further on his achievements, because ni inba a daidai ta sahu ba, I dont know what else he is doing. Kuma sahun wa ya dai dai ta ne?
Kuma standard of living din kanawa has not improved appreciably and anyway, there is a standard whereby he ought to be measured by; that is does he compare favorably with Donald Duke in terms of service to the ppl?

PS this AC Milan avatar is too distracting. Those penguins are cuter.

BRING THEM BACK!!!(http://img84.echo.cx/img84/2518/hissyfit8wr.gif)
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 06, 2007, 05:02:16 PM
Of course you're not on ground. That can be deduced from the way you are quick to condemn him ;D Let me quicky say as I'm not Shekarau's spokesman, and for want of time, I can't adequately list his "achievements", as you put it. But the little I can remember "offhead" (as the saying goes ;D), I will write here. I'm not blind to his shortcomings. For instance I would be the first to tell you he's slow in taking decisions and implementing them. Probably cos he's afraid of making mistakes. Dunno. Take for instance the Tarauni road currently being dualized. You wonder how long it's gonna take cos of the tafiyar kaguwa da aikin yake. So also the completed reconstruction of Obasanjo way (which was done haphazardly by Kwankwaso for millions, and collapsed within months after he left). It also took a long time to complete. So Husnaa, roads are being constructed in and around Kano metropolis. Quality ones, I might say. Add the fact that we no longer have the usual discriminate retrenchment and salary cuts/delays in the civil service characterized by previous govts (especially kwankwaso). Additionally, more than 10,000 people were employed by the state govt so far. The outstanding pension arrears of more than a decade were paid, and pensioners are now being paid regularly. We now have a gov that’s decent both in speech and actions. You may accuse him of anything, but the one thing even his enemies shy away from is accusation of stealing public funds. The security situation has also improved. We now had a respite from incessant riots, usually accompanied by wanton destruction of lives and properties.

One of the most pressing problems in Kano had been the perennial shortage/lack of portable water. Let me say that at the twilight of the kwankwaso administration, the contract for the laying of water pipes was awarded. Worked had started and then stopped. This led to speculation that the contract was purely an avenue to siphon out money for his campaign. But that's neither here nor there. The issue is why lay pipes when you can't generate enough water supply for the town? It doesn't make sense. So immediately Shekarau assumed office, he ordered the reconstruction of the Tamburawa Water Works. It was now revamped and its capacity expanded to 150million litres/day. The laying of pipes had also continued, and presently reached Silver Jubilee roundabout. A test run would be conducted, according to the construction firm, in the next two/three weeks. 

People talk about ' A daidata Sahu" in a sarcastic way. For me, it is no small thing. The fact we even have a gov. who identified immorality as the bane of our religious/cultural/social/economic advancement, and has put in motion steps to redress them,   is laudable. And aren’t we being a little unfair to compare Shekarau (or any gov from the north, for that matter) with Donald Duke? Its like comparing David and Goliath, but this time around with economic/financial undertone. Kano is the most state in the country, about 3/4 times the size of Cross Rivers state. But of course Donald Duke takes ‘home’ more than 3times what Shekarau gets from the federal allocation monthly, plus the 13% oil derivation fund. So that’s why statements like ‘Kano people standard of living’ has not improved do not hold water. Since when did a governor in Nigeria has the economic wherewithal to improve standard of living of his populace. C’mon, it is way beyond their realm. In this part of the world, only the central govt can, or has, the muscle to impact meaningful on the living standard of people.

So, as said earlier, I admit to his shortcomings. Let me also admit that he could do better, but I believe he did reasonably well.  My opinion, of course.  ;)
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 06, 2007, 05:29:13 PM
PS this AC Milan avatar is too distracting. Those penguins are cuter.
BRING THEM BACK!!!(http://img84.echo.cx/img84/2518/hissyfit8wr.gif)
A.a! You don't like it? ;D D-B said the penguins were distracting him. Now you said same about this. And TBH, I didn't know you'll figure out it is AC Milan's avatar. I mean most women don't really give a hoot about football, talkless of knowing the teams' logos. I now hereby recruit you as an AC Milan fan. Congrats! You're now a Rossonero ;D ;D
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: HUSNAA on September 07, 2007, 02:23:34 PM
You make Shekarau sound like a positive saint. hala ANPP party stalwart ne kai? anyways I am a passive ANPPian amma I dont always see i 2 i with the party. Well I am  more a Buharian than an ANPPian, that is why I am beginning to dislike ANPP. I seem to think shi yasa Allah Ya Hana Buhari  power. He would have been the only  member of ANPP with any morals and principles apart from  Saint Mallam S, the Kano state bus driver..... ;D  ;D

Pertaining to the ACMilan avatar, I dont know the ACMilan logo, but it is pretty obvious that that is an AC Milan emblem. The ACM says it all, besides all the other emblems it is swallowing and then the picture of the ball. It wasnt hard to piece it together... 1899 eh? they are a very old club ashe.
What is a Rossonero kuma?
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 10, 2007, 10:28:09 AM
Nope, I'm not an ANPP member. Not a politician. I just hate everything PDP, and all it stands for. And its not too difficult to figure out why.

Yeah, I can see the Buhariissh in you. ;D The feeling that the mighty General is infallible, a saint, and a messiah. And everyone else is crooked. Any wonder then that the party (ANPP) had been balkanised? I have a feeling he's not made for politics. At the least the nigerian version. That high-handedness and holier-than-thou attitude of his won't augur well for him in any party, not only ANPP.

The official colour of AC Milan is Red and Black. And the Italian for red & black is Rossoneri, which is the nick for the club. Just like Bianconeri (Juventus), Nerrazurri (Inter Milan) etc. That's how teams are called in Italy, by their colors. So a Milan Fan is known as a Rossonero 8)
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: HUSNAA on September 12, 2007, 07:26:47 PM
I C. Actually, I like AC Milan anyway, even though I am no great shakes at watching football or supporting teams (except Man U whom I've supported ever since I was a teenager).
Yes I am a buharian. I am glad to say that my loyalties once given are hardly taken back. Whatever and however he is, he is still the man for Nig. Talking of highhandedness, at least we know what to expect from him. How about baba sege who started out as a humble x convict and developed not only highhandedness but strong arm tactics? Had anyone known that was how he would turn out would he have been given the mandate (nod nod nod)  ;D. Nigerians are so BLOODY FICKLE!
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 13, 2007, 09:22:51 AM
No one can disputes the fact that Buhari remain the best candidate out there for Nigeria. In an ideal society, he should have been the president now (we all voted for him). But fact also is that he's not cut out for Nigerian politics. Even if he is, he's going about it the wrong way. Everyone's wrong, he is right. Everyone's a thief, he is clean. Everything he says should be law. Everyone that defies him immediately becomes enemy number. I think the man still believes he's in the barracks, commanding his troopes. And ironically he is surrounded by sychophantic (sp?) cronies like Buba Galadima, Dan Zago, Yahaya Hama etc. Hajiya, his type of politics won't take him anywhere, no matter what party he join, unless he changes tactics.
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: HUSNAA on September 13, 2007, 01:18:31 PM
I dont think it is like that fa. I think he is a man who doesnt want to compromise his principles that is all. In Nigeria, one has to be thoroughly crooked to be a good politician. Kuma Buhari is not a rich man. That is why all these ppl think that he shouldnt have a say in any matter at all, since a Nigeria it is money that talks and gets heard even if it is the wrong thing said. So when Buhari talks everyone gets irritated because he cant put his mouth where his money is because he hasnt got it.
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: bakangizo on September 13, 2007, 03:13:17 PM
I know he doesn't have money. That's why he should give some quarters in his relationship with the party. I mean its a symbiotic r/ship btw him and the party. They provided the party structures and financing for him, and he brought his reputation and popularity to the party. There's no way the party founders/elders will just allow him to have all says, saint or no saint. Some of his statements prior to the election helped in no small way to further distnace him from the party. An unwise thing to do on the eve of election, especially if you're not the one bankrolling the party.

So if he doesn't want to compromise on certain issues, fine, let him go form his party. But he doesn't have the money, so check-mate. See the problem? ;D
Title: Re: Again and Again
Post by: imike24 on December 24, 2008, 07:23:59 PM
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