Dr. Damages Episode 159 (Unnecessary Disagreement Caused Nigeria-Biafra Civil War, says Jonathan) Dr. Damages Episode 159 (Unnecessary Disagreement Caused Nigeria-Biafra Civil War, says Jonathan)

The 2015 election is heating up. Polls are coming out, left and right, and Dr. Damages is not sitting down watching. He keeps you updated on what the polls are saying and the most definitive poll to watch out for- the infallible Nduka Obaigbena’s poll.

While pouring accolades on Gen. Gowon at his 80th birthday, Pres. Jonathan described the cause of the Nigeria-Biafra Civil as "unnecessary disagreement." It leaves historians scratching their heads as to how they missed this profound truth all these 48 years. As for the hundreds of thousands who died in the “unnecessary disagreement”, Dr. Damages says, sorry.

Prophet T.B. Joshua is refusing to hand over to the inquest looking at his collapsed hostel the list of those in the building when it fell. In his weekly T.B Watch, Dr. Damages looks into his onyokometer to reveal why the man of God is afraid of handing the list over.

As global crude oil price falls, concerned Nigerians are asking the $20bn dollar question, Is Nigeria broke? Dr. Damages brings you the only answer that matters: the one the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, gives. It will make you get ready to drink garri morning, afternoon and night.

As Nigerians celebrate WHO's declaration that Nigeria is Ebola free and the free positive PR it gave Nigeria worldwide, Dr. Damages asks Pres. Jonathan to demand a refund from the U.S. P.R firm, Levick, that we paid $1.2 million to spin positive stories for us.

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