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Video: Nigerians Mock Minister of Finance Kemi Adeosun for saying N6Billion + N16Billion is equal to N24Billion

kemi dailymail.com.ngNigerians are seriously Mocking and Laughing at our Beloved Minister of Finance for saying N6Billion + N16Billion is equal to N24Billion Lol they are saying ”with these kind of Ministers No wonder $1 is over N400” kemi dailymail.com.ng.JPG1

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Nigerians are seriously Mocking and Laughing at our Beloved Minister of Finance for saying N6Billion + N16Billion is equal to N24Billion Lol they are saying ”with these kind of Ministers No wonder $1 is over N400”

Posted by on Wednesday, February 24, 2016

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18 Comments

  • This is an highly inconsiderate and inappropriate post. The media should always be neutral in news report. This publication is highly subjective and does not reflect the appropriate way to practice Journalism.

  • Let’s be real. This is quite unfair. No one is above mistakes, capitalising on one’s mistake and using it as an excuse to make jest of the person is wrong. Aside from that, just one mistake does not qualify Mrs Adeosun’s as incompetence. She has definitely been performing beyond expectations since she resumed office.

  • One of the best finance ministers to come out of this country was Chief Obafemi Awolowo. Though he later studied law, he studied Commerce at the University of London as a distant student. Simply put, he taught himself. Can’t a bright student teach him or herself Economics and Accountancy without going to a university? The Minster even has postgraduate diploma from the University of London. Which University did Chief Gani Fawehimi even go to? Did you forget he studied in London? Holborn College. Have you heard of that name before? Ivy League universities produce quality students and have good academics, but, some other universities also produce good students. By the way, for anyone who had all his or her education in Nigeria, any foreign university is respected. Most of us in Nigeria are very satisfied that she even schooled in Jand (a colloquial way of referring to the UK in Nigeria).

  • The Minister studied at the University of East London. Not Oxford, Cambridge, MIT or Harvard. Her predecessor schooled at MIT. For those of you do not know much about MIT, the university can boast of 80 Nobel Laureates. Nigeria has only one! In America, it seems Presidents go to such schools to look for their best professors to enter their cabinet. I know the University of East London very well, I lived very close to one its campuses as a student in London. I lived close to Stratford. It is not as posh as Imperial College London or Oxford. If this was one of the reasons the Magazine had in mind when it said she was not qualified, then, I think they were not fair to her. Which one is then that she doesn’t know math?

  • This video is senseless and uncalled for, we have a lot on our table as a nation rather than misuse and leash on a slip of tongue from the honourable minister of finance.

  • I mean, this shows how nonchalant some people are, considering the weight of the project before Mrs Kemi Adeosun, this is the silliest stunt to pull from her speech.

  • There is nothing strange or alarming about this, it is only a natural phenomenon. Show me a living soul who does not make mistakes and I will show you a liar and a fake.

  • This video is simply to gain attention or paparazzi rendezvous, nothing more, nothing less. It shows their level of selfishness and dumbness, period!

  • This video is obviously a publicity stunt to discredit the current minister and the truth is, that is the last thing Nigeria needs. We should be supportive of our leaders; beside we know no one is above mistakes, so there is no point to this video.

  • Why do we trivalise serious issues? Instead of people to focus on the fact of the matter being addressed by Mrs Adeosun on the fraudulent practise in one of the agencies in the education ministry, they would rather hinge on the mathematical mistake she made under pressure when addressing a critical issue. We need to narrow down on issues and ignore the non-essentials

  • Why do we trivalise serious issues? Instead of people to focus on the fact of the matter being addressed by Mrs Adeosun on the fraudulent practise in one of the agencies in the education ministry, they would rather hinge on the mathematical mistake she made under pressure when addressing a critical issue. We need to narrow down on issues and ignore the non-essentials. Let’s get serious please

  • Old news that is not even relevant. People are just looking for unnecessary things to do to use irrelevant situations to seek relevance. It should not be. Let’s get things done properly. The minister of finance is a reputable person, such mistake could have been made by anybody.

  • Yes, agreed she made a mistake. That does not mean that she does not know what she shouould have said. People just like to make issues out of nothing. The world we llive in presently is fast moving. Please let Nigerian allow our beautiful minister to work and face her job. Thank you

  • This article is just a fast seeking way of getting people to come to this site. She is undoubtedly smarter than those that are even saying all she s saying. Nigeria is much more important than using our ministers to play. Our finance minister is adapting well

  • Anyways, what happened as happened, the situation has passed. Let’s support our minister to move the nation forward and not join the bandwagon of bad peopele to bring Adosun down

  • In the event of all, trying to destroy the reputation of Kemi Adeosun will not work. Such simple mistakes is not enough to discredit someone whose qualification is visible before all.

  • Dr Okonjo-Iweala’s capacity to shape the economy of this country in such a way that would be enjoyed by all should not be under-estimated by any idiot.

  • It warned against the emergence of arrogant government officials who see themselves as demigods and believe that they are “too big” to sit down on the negotiating table to discuss with their fellow citizens.

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