“Go back to school” – Oduah angrily tells Journalists for asking about BMW scandal

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“Go back to school” – Oduah angrily tells Journalists for asking about BMW scandal

The embattled Minister of Aviation, Princess Stella Oduah, yesterday said the report of the House of Representatives, which investigated the N255 million cars’ scam never recommended her for resignation or request President Goodluck Jonathan to sack her.

Speaking yesterday, during an inspection tour of the remodeled Murtala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos, Oduah, who reacted angrily to the question when asked by one of the journalists said that she had equally read the report totally.

Oduah said what the House recommended was for the Presidency to review some of the things in the sector.  She said, “I think it means you don’t read or you probably don’t understand English, because I read it too.

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What was there was that Mr. President can and should review the report.  That was what they said there. Probably, you should go back to school.” Speaking on the remodelled airport, Oduah assured that the airport would be commissioned before the end of first quarter of 2014, adding that other airports across the country would equally be completed and open for use before the second quarter of 2014.

“We want to start the use of these facilities by the end of the first quarter. What is very key is that passengers travel experience will be very different, which means you have the comfort, the safety, security and most importantly, you increase the capacity, which means you have ample space to do what you are supposed to do.

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“Nigerians should expect the airport that was promised them, aviation that would be catalyst to the nation’s growth, aviation that has been repositioned and most importantly, an aviation that will create jobs and skills for Nigeria aviation experts. “Ours is to maximise the capacities that have not been maximised all these years.”


22 Responses to "“Go back to school” – Oduah angrily tells Journalists for asking about BMW scandal"

  1. Robo Bini
    Robo Bini   December 26, 2013 at 7:57 pm

    the annoying thing is how dis baron nails flaunt his ignorance in public, he has facts and figure of so many bad things that he will tell you about past leaders, 1 thing I am not being able to pick from his arguments is his real stance. I do not know if he is really serious supporting this corruption or he is just being sarcastic with his opinion. Is he saying he knows that the corrupt practice of others is bad and we must not bother to change our ways or is he saying it is right cos its gej in power. Baron nails maybe u will understand better if i put it that the money these people are stealing right fron when we gained independence thru d time of shagari, Bahari, ibb, abacha, to d second coming of obj to gej is ur birth right, and if put to proper use will better ur life. I am just sick of dis baron nails. Baron nails i have just counted how long we know corruption has existed in nigeria, we are just shouting just as we have been doing over the years to see that there is a change. A change can come at anytime even in this tenure of ur mentor or father, i wonder what u are gaining from this their looting

  2. Festus Ogodo
    Festus Ogodo   December 26, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Baron, 9ja is getting worst jst beose of pple like.

  3. Henri Omodjota
    Henri Omodjota   December 26, 2013 at 3:22 pm

    Baron Nails, tak day tym luk 4 black goat bcos na wia richman 4 de advise im pikin, na dia poor man pikin de tak correct imsef. U open eye but u no de c road

  4. Toritseju Yalaju
    Toritseju Yalaju   December 26, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    The corruption that the unfortunate fellow is defendig is affecting his grammar & I believe, other aspects of his life. What a shame

  5. Baron Nails
    Baron Nails   December 26, 2013 at 2:52 pm

    Pls tell me abt brokos and prick u must know better, but 4 politice i think u should 4get it

  6. Henri Omodjota
    Henri Omodjota   December 26, 2013 at 2:40 pm

    Baron Nails, u no need to announce am again bcos Gej don tell us for im letta say corruption na dia official RIGHT. No mind som of us wey refuse to blind lyk u. No blame us wey no gree tink wit awa yanch lyk u, forgive us wey no gree talk wit awa ear lyk u. But 1 tin I go assure u b say water wey torch prick must to torch brokos

  7. Baron Nails
    Baron Nails   December 26, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    Can u remember how much Bankole buy torch ligth in d time obj why u guys didnt say anything, nt wise then or civil= fani kayode wen he was aviation minister he steal 2oom 2day he is free man he even calling odua & Gej names where are u guys

  8. Baron Nails
    Baron Nails   December 26, 2013 at 2:07 pm

    Mr &mrs i too knw ,saudi airline that block Abj airport carry more than 6bullet proof cars the airline is going to kano b4 d emergence landing at abj airport, is it frm odua more than 60 billet proof car was in the villa b4 gej becam presid is it frm odua

  9. Maryann Odogwu Ndalugi   December 26, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    Its so sad dat a young person after seeing all that has bn happening in this country will open his mouth to support corruption cos its the oda of the day…so wat r u going to teach ur children? Wat morals is there for u? To steal wen they become big or wat? Its sad dat u will even [email protected] dis kind of thing cos if u knw the state of the airport this woman is suppose to be the minister of, u go weep. If she’s not embezzling money the state of the airport will improve, the airport is soo hot n not up to standard, plus whr did she get money to buy the car? Do u knw hw much it cost to bullet proof a car? And why do dat if ur hand clean? The corruption matter got even worse in gej tenure, pple steal in the open cos they knw no one will ask them questions. If ur kids go abroad n mention dat they r from 9ja, u need to see the eyes wen dem go take look am n its cos of all this pple…pls there’s nothing in corruption to adapt to, its so sad dat oda countries dat does not ve one quarter of wat we ve are doing so much better n its cos of corruption n its supporters.

  10. Stephen K. Dieseruvwe
    Stephen K. Dieseruvwe   December 26, 2013 at 11:33 am

    Arrogant officials

  11. Robo Bini
    Robo Bini   December 26, 2013 at 6:25 am

    the only person that have supported dis act here so far, does not cease to amaze me with this his stance. We have had it hot before. So i do not want to direct any words at him, but i just hope he takes correction some day, i do not even see how dis support pay him, pls wake up and be civilize though. Do i call dis ethnic patriotism? My brother wake up even all d other people that commented are from the niger delta. Nigeria is richer than the uk but its dis corruption that u support that has drawn us beck. Yet u are still d only person that do not want to let it go. I wonder what ur interest is bcos it doesn’t show that u benefit from this loot that u defend. When gej leave now he go still write open letter to d next president listing exactly all these things we are seeing now in his administration.

  12. Onehi Ufuah
    Onehi Ufuah   December 26, 2013 at 5:29 am

    “Go back to school”, Oduah, the embattled minister of aviation told a journalist in response to the question about the 255 million Naira spent on two mored, BMW, while her office is cash strapped.
    What’s has school got to do with misappropriation of funds? If I might ask. Oduah, Who’s Well Educated, Placed To Stir The Wheel Of aviation, Cleverly Designed A Means To Start Misusing Funds Without Proper Accountability, Was That Learned In School? All these shameless rouges under the leadership of Jonathan and the legislooters, should be ashamed of themselves.
    Good education doesn’t guarantee good services as demonstrated by Oduah, corrupt minister of aviation.

  13. Ophori Eta
    Ophori Eta   December 26, 2013 at 3:15 am

    We dont need to blame her dats d system she met. She get husband for house? Why she no talk wen she no get respect .

  14. Agi Profit
    Agi Profit   December 26, 2013 at 1:33 am

    It’s amazing that that matter just died off just like that. Infact, this country is wonderful.

  15. Ofulue Nkem George
    Ofulue Nkem George   December 25, 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Some Nigerians are just plain foolish. To think that anyone is still defending corruption in this age simply for the fact that it is a common thing here is very annoying. Don’t you know about change and don’t you believe it is possible here in Nigeria?

  16. Paul Onojovwo
    Paul Onojovwo   December 25, 2013 at 8:25 pm

    How can anyone have to speak for Oduah on this? Must we defend the indefensible? I weak 4 us o! I guess it’s bcs we’ve been so badly affected by bad govts we can’t reason well anymore.

  17. Baron Nails
    Baron Nails   December 25, 2013 at 7:17 pm

    Hatred can nt tak us anywhere in this contry, crucify her crucify she d first person, if u said she is a thief bring ur proof she bought cars she did nt steal cars bullet proof bmw is more than 60 in the villa at d time of Obj hv u guys jail d buyers

  18. Amos Oslo   December 25, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    Thank u, Ehi for always furnishing the house with correct news.

  19. Henri Omodjota
    Henri Omodjota   December 25, 2013 at 2:09 pm

    She c rubba stamp Nass na, y she no go tork thru her yanch

  20. Mike Anagafo
    Mike Anagafo   December 25, 2013 at 2:05 pm

    For protecting her, President Jonathan will account for all the evils of Stella Oduah. Mark my words.

  21. Mike Anagafo
    Mike Anagafo   December 25, 2013 at 2:05 pm

    For protecting her, President Jonathan will account for all the evils of Stella Oduah. Mark my words.

  22. Toritseju Yalaju
    Toritseju Yalaju   December 25, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    No be her fault, na bcos the ” body language” of Jonah support corruption.


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