Ojo Maduekwe in Fiery Interview at United Nations


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYFXsoMbVAE&feature=autofb

Oh dear. I almost feel sorry for the foreign minister Ojo Maduekwe. After the savaging he suffered on the BBC’s Hardtalk programme, Maduekwe looked very uncomfortable again in a very combative interview with Sahara Reporters at a press conference at the United Nations. He got into a virtual slanging match when faced with some very forthright questioning by Sahara Reporters.

In a way I sympathise with Maduekwe. He is serving a President that has been AWOL for two months, probably does not know when the President will be back, and is being bombarded with questions while he gropes around in the dark without guidance from his President.

Watch and squirm.

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3 responses

  1. [...] Maduekwe in Another Explosive Interview https://maxsiollun.wordpress.com/2010…nited-nations/ Oh dear, and I thought the Hardtalk interview was as bad as it could get. __________________ [...]

  2. [...] Maduekwe in Another Explosive Interview https://maxsiollun.wordpress.com/2010…nited-nations/ Oh dear, and I thought the Hardtalk interview was as bad as it could get. __________________ [...]

  3. There are certainly still a few decent fellows in public service in Nigeria; but the one in question here is without doubt not in that bracket, not by the farthest shott. sh shot. Ojo Maduekwe is a metaphor for despicable governance in Nigeria. These characters suck! They are utterlly shameless and hopelessly self-centered in their definition of the national interest! Don’t let us talk about these abominable beings, please!!!

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