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Friday, November 11, 2011

#fuelsubsidy 11-11-11 Nigerian youths go on hunger strike to fight against fuel subsidy removal

  Its the 11th day of the 11th month in the year 2011.. 11-11-11. A lot of people have so many reasons why today is a significant day. I think its just an ordinary day tho BUT over here in Nigeria something peaceful but important is going on.
    Its the fight by Nigerian youths against the removal of fuel subsidy. For some reasons known to the government, they have planned to remove fuel subsidy in 2012 . This will take the fuel price wayyy up to about 150naira per litre and ofcourse you know that everything else will go wayyyy up too .
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  Today, 11-11-11 some have come in from all over the country by road, others by air to join their fellow Nigerian Youth today at the UNITY Fountain beside Hilton Hotel Abuja, right in front of the Millenium Park. Its going to be a peaceful protest, a sit-down protest.. a HUNGER STRIKE. yup!! no eating till the government hears the Nigerian youths out.

"The support from young people across Nigeria and in the diaspora is enormous. Today is D-Day. Young people from all walks of life will gather at the Unity Fountain, Opposite Transcorp hilton, Abuja to observe a one-day sit-down hunger strike campaign against the planned Fuel subsidy removal policy by the current administration.
There has been a lot of emotions about the fuel subsidy issue, many people have different ideas on how the fuel subsidy removal should be tackled but majority of the young people in Nigeria believe that this is a policy that will threaten their livelihood and make life more difficult.
We have published a list of demand from Government. We do not plan to bring down the Government as many people have rumoured. Far from it, we believe in making our voice heard in a peaceful and dynamic way."

Do I think hunger strike is a brilliant idea ? 
I am not exactly sure it is but like I said to someone, if they are able to get a whole lot of coverage by the media both local and international . There'll most likely be some sort of negotiation.
   Also, this is better than doing absolutely nothing than just grumbling(shuffering and shmiling)...

If you are not in abuja, you can follow up on what is going on there via the twitter hashtag #fuelsubsidy. 
      For more info on the protest http://fuelsubsidy.org/

follow me on twitter @dangeldiva to also get more info
much luv,
dangel eyez

Thursday, November 10, 2011


  Ghanians have found a way to make me laugh today.. so my guess is some robots or aliens invaded a place in Ghana or something in a movie titled "12:00".. LOL!!

LMAOOO!!!! *faints*
OH WELL, I guess you have to start from somewhere 
much luv,
dangel eyez

Monday, November 7, 2011


" Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty Monday of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
Murray served as Jackson's personal physician as he prepared for his comeback concerts, giving him the surgical anesthetic propofol to help him sleep nearly every night for the last two months of his life, according to testimony.
Jackson's death on June 25, 2009, was caused by "acute propofol intoxication" in combination with two sedatives, the Los Angeles County coroner ruled.
The seven men and five women on the jury heard 49 witnesses over 23 days, including Murray's girlfriends and patients, Jackson's former employees, investigators and medical experts for each side.
The prosecution, in closing arguments on Thursday, argued that Murray was responsible for Jackson's death because his reckless use of propofol to treat the pop icon's insomnia in his home was criminally negligent.

Investigators found that Murray ordered nearly 4 gallons of propofol in his treatment regimen for Jackson and administered the drug inside the singer's rented home, a practice that all the prosecution experts said was unheard of. Jurors also heard testimony about how Murray left Jackson's bedroom for a period after providing him with propofol and spent his time making calls and sending texts to a former girlfriend. When he realized Jackson was in distress, Murray gave the pop star CPR on a bed, a decision that also deviated from the suggested method requiring a hard surface under the patient.
Murray was additionally faulted for waiting more than 20 minutes to call 911, not keeping proper records and failing to tell the paramedics and ER doctors that he had given Jackson propofol.
Walgren painted Murray as a selfish doctor who agreed to take $150,000 a month to give Jackson nightly infusions of propofol in his home, something an ethical doctor would never do because of the dangers."
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