by Stanley Azuakola
It’s that time of the week again, when we present our 7 most clicked stories of the week. This week had so much drama and so many good stories, and we hope you enjoyed The Scoop’s pickings for the week.
Here are the 7 stories, a lot of our readers kept going to:
“But President Jonathan’s January 23, 2013 interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour will probably go down in the annals as his worst international outing as a president, particularly because of the insensate ferocity with which he murdered elementary rules of English grammar.”
Youths think! A wicked step mother who’s been displaced by a new wife does not lose her wickedness because she offers you sweets.
When the wicked step mother displaced by a new wife settles with the husband of the house the step kids soon find out she was never a friend
“They say Nigerians don’t like paying for advice or services. Well here’s your chance to be part of the 1% who actually do. This of course means that you will be better prepared than 99% of people who walk into a bank expecting to be handed money because they demand it. The world is a whole lot smaller than you think these days so you have access to expertise from around the world if you want it.”
“We have a principled stand and that stand is: what belongs to us we will take by all means. Anybody who takes food from my mouth I will fight him. I have to continue the struggle but how can I continue the struggle when I do not have anything to eat?”
TS: What’s your assessment of 2 years of Jonathan administration?
PU: It leaves much to be desired. Not sure where they are going. Sad that instead of digesting counsel like Oby Ekweseli’s they are becoming Abacha in mufti.
The speech which stirred the hornet’s nest. If you haven’t STILL read it, where have you been? Read NOW. End of story.