After months of refusing to sell arms to Nigeria, Pres. Jonathan this week cancelled ongoing training of Nigeria’s soldiers in the US. After dancing in celebration, Dr. Damages reveals United States’ plan for retaliation.
After an Al-Shabab terrorist attack in Kenya, Pres. Uhuru Kenyatta fired his interior minister and asked his police chief to resign. Dr. Damages answers your questions on why Kenya’s president could show leadership and hold his people accountable while Nigeria’s President Jonathan could not.
Did Pres. Jonathan promise that he would only be a one-term president? Dr. Damages shows you the video evidence and his take on the controversy. It will make you re-examine your head.
So Prof. Wole Soyinka likened Pres. Goodluck Jonathan to Nebuchadnezzar. Why did Nebuchadnezzar’s descendants call that comparison an insult? Dr. Damages explains. Also, Hon. Patrick Obahiago stops by to simplify the political poopooism going on in Nigeria for viewers.
Two Nigerians made the list of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. Though they both work in government and have a PhD, Dr. Damages helps you to spot the difference.
In a related story, as crude oil prices fall, and Nigeria’s minister of finance and coordinating minister of the economy, Mrs. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, battles one economic crisis after another, Dr. Damages writes a love letter to Ngoo Baby.