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Deji describe Nigeria as a “project”, calls himself a politician
Nigerians attacked Human rights activist, member of defunct group (our mumu Don do), Deji Adeyanju has described Nigeria as a project.
In a sponsored Facebook post, the co-founder of concerned Nigerians, Deji, While introducing his official page, said he is a politician, believer in the Nigerian project.
The post reads: “Public page of Prince Deji Adeyanju. Politician, Believer in the Nigerian project, convener, concerned Nigerians, a pro-democracy group.
Some Nigerians, who accosted the post fumed at it, reacted bitterly. Adding Deji is not stable, today he is a politician, tomorrow, activist.
One of the critics, Anthony Okonkwo said: “He called Nigeria a “Project” and trust me he is correct.
“According to the Project Management Institute (PMI), a project is temporary in that it has a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore defined scope and resources. And a project is unique in that it is not a routine operation, but a specific set of operations designed to accomplish a singular goal. So a project team often includes people who don’t usually work together sometimes from different organizations and across multiple geographies.
“Indeed Nigeria is a scam project designed and initiated by Colonial Governor Fredrick Lugard in January 1914.
“The wicked goal for starting the project Nigeria has been achieved by the very people who initiated it so the project has been concluded a long time ago. That’s why Nigeria is not progressing at all.”
another Nigerian, lfeyinwa lfy, said: “Now it’s clear to me that this guy is really looking for cheap recognition but it’s quite unfortunate that you don’t have a just course that you are fighting for just cheap recognition only on social media that you even put yourself in.
“You have to make international waves that you won’t even know when the news will be flying across the globe.
“No wonder you are envious of Kanu who is a world figure who is fighting for a just course..let me even stop wasting my time and money commenting on your posts..it doesn’t worth it!!! ”
Others, who said, as a public figure, he does not need to sponsor his page for him to be popular.
Henry Ogaga said: “You are a public figure?
And you had to use a paid advert to tell us that?
You obviously don’t know what you are. Public figures don’t need adverts.