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NIGERIA's DIASPORA has CIVIC DUTIES for CHANGE' President GoodLuck JONATHAN;CHANGE

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ALL WELCOME to CALL LIVE into Studio # 1-347-326-9241 FREE Download of this show. (Apologies for sound quality of first 20min from eng malfunction.) Nigeria's Acting Pres GoodLuck JONATHAN; CHANGE in ORDER? NEWS CLIP Courtesy(www.abndigital.com) March 18, 2010 — Well, in a dramatic move late yesterday, Nigeria's Acting President Goodluck Jonathan dissolved the cabinet just one month after having assumed executive powers - not giving any reason for the dissolution of the council. BUT the former ministers, have now had to hand over to the permanent secretaries of their respective ministries today as THEY take charge pending the constitution of a new cabinet. While The dissolution brings to an end months of speculation of cabinet change by Jonathan since taking over as acting president on February 9, it has been a surprise move that heightens uncertainty in the country and joining us now to unpack as much as we can, is Opeyemi Agbaje, CEO of Resource and Trust Co. and he joins us from our studios in Lagos. Featuring Comedy by Nigeria's funny guy Basket Mouth and music by FELA 'Lady' & 'Water No Get Enemy', and K'NAAN 'WAVING FLAG' OFFICIAL SOCCER?FOOTBAL WORLD CUP ANTHEM SOuth Africa June 2010 & Yousou Ndour! Featuring Co-Host Honorable Dr. Harris Enabulele, Fmr Commissioner for Human Rights Elizabeth NJ& Adjunct Justice on RAcism and Sexism with our Special guest Attorney Okey Mbonu,Former Commissioner for Housing and Urban Development,Prince Georges Maryland. The 50th Anniversary of Nigeria’s independence. The debate about deregulation has been long and it’s time to act and President Jonathan must seize the moment. There can be no economic progress and prosperity without peace and security.

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