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Atsebom Forminyen

The issue of granting refuge to murderous criminals and looters by western establishments seriously undermines all efforts to hold such gangters to account and also makes the posturing by the high priests of democracy and good governance looks more of child,s play.
I hear the Obama,s administration is preparing a ground work to hold such crooks to international scrutiny, hope the the Europeans can sign and adhere to such a scheme, which i seriously doubt.Lets hope,atleast there is nothing false about hope.


Mr Agendia,
Your topic was well chosen and some good research done.
However, you've got some work to do on you English.
The rather loose and immature nature of your expressions,wrong conjugations and horrible ponctuations, masked the free flow of ideas thus rendering your essay very boring.
It speaks for itself, after 48 hours of posting, just two comments.
Anywhere, nice try and remember, work on you level of English.
I think M Innocent Chia can be of help to you.

Metuge Ekane

Innocent Chia's writing ability is just as wanting in vocabulary and fluidity, and hence just as boring.

That said, a good writer captivates readers with both an attractive and interesting style, and makes even the most boring of stories appear enticing.

Agendia, reading any book by Wole Soyinka will teach you how to write charmingly. Your entire essay is feeble my friend, but worse yet is your introduction and the worrisome fact that you never make use of conjunctions. In an essay of twenty three good paragraphs... just one conjunction! Quite absurd. Nonetheless, what exactly is your trouble with dual citizenship?

A topic like this is argumentative, and you obviously didn't do your homework.

Agendia Aloysius

Metguge Ewane is back with his criticisms. you once talked of your bog, i am yet to find it. thanks fo the comments though. Life is about learning and it becomes terrible if we fail to learn. However, inasmuch as we try to improve, the most important thing is to go in for ideas.

Sango Malo

Speak Aloysius!
My Man, My Friend. Pay no attention to Slomo 48 hours may have gotten few responses but as Corneille put it: There is no correlation between wisdom and time.
Language is merely a medium of communication, this is not to say that i do not recommend adhering to standards but pray do not be humbled by the mockery of men who are yet to equal your effort.
We your readers, read, understand and hope. Fire On My Hero!

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