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The NoiseMaker talks The Elections Today! WHY Are You For or Against Your Choice?

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Yemi Akisanya The NoiseMaker

 Yemi Akisanya is back again with his controversial vlog, The NoiseMaker.

Today’s topic is, “What are your reasons for or against picking a certain candidate?”

He talks about the London Chatham House protests, the top two Presidential contestants, etc.

Watch!

The NoiseMaker is produced by ToksVisions.

10 Comments

  1. MIMI

    March 9, 2015 at 9:33 pm

    ahhh… noisemaker this topic is very newsworthy unlike the rest…. im sure other comments will agree!!!

  2. ty

    March 9, 2015 at 10:03 pm

    noisemaker has spoken.

  3. rita

    March 9, 2015 at 10:14 pm

    sigh! so its even a short man giving us advise

    • Paloma

      March 10, 2015 at 8:54 am

      chai! and so? Must you always say something bad abt a person???

  4. Makeusefulnoise

    March 9, 2015 at 11:10 pm

    I am using fake email because I want to speak freely. The only lesson learnt from your video is “do your research”. You did not tell people where to find data or how to mine it or how to ask the right questions. In scientific enquiry the who, what, when, how and why questions hold all the time. You cannot talk about who and what and not address the how and why. When you have answered these basic questions, you then get into the “what if” arena where you examine your hypothesis derived from your research under different scenarios, one of which is the prevailing circumstances. Never mind that you can get into projections assuming all kinds of counterfactuals.

    Your analysis was very superficial and unscientific, almost contrived…..as if you wanted to find reason to convince yourself of one position or the other. For example, WAI – War Against Indiscipline. That was fantastic. I loved it. People started queuing at the bus stop. People stopped peeing by the roadside. But do you know who the enforcer was? You mentioned you were a baby, so you have only received hand me down info. It was a force to contend with called Brig. Tunde Idiagbon. He was Mr No Nonsense. His facial expression alone will scare you to act right. Also, the military were the enforcers backed by a WAI brigade. People complied because the military was FEARED more than death itself. Nobody wanted to have to plead for release from military prison. Everyone fell in line. We don’t have military prisons for civilians anymore per Geneva conventions. How is this model going to hold up when it is subject to an unforgivably corrupt and grossly inefficient court system and judges that can be bought? By the way, before you unleash American ideals of enforcing the law on us, let us layer something your ajebota-mommy-shipped-me-abroad self may not comprehend – the hidden network that nobody sees. There is a network that started in universities in the days of Soyinka, proliferated the last two decades, and has now extensively infiltrated the executive, legislative and judicial arms of government. They are everywhere – from people carrying the paper work in ministries to the commissioners and ministers. If not the judges, their children are members. How do you want to get them to arrest, prosecute and jail fellow brothers held together by blood oaths? To further explain how deep these roots go, ask someone who went to a Nigerian university that is male how they get recruited (make sure you don’t get recruited unknowingly in the process for that my friend was the fate of many). Life is exchanged in the process very often. If someone knows you once murdered another as a member of the clan and you know the same about the person, what nonsense office corruption and stealing from govt coffers can tear you apart where there are two human heads yet to be found between both of you?

    Next, you talk about security. I agree that the current administration has not its sunday best on the topic. But did you know that the fundamental problem I talk about in the paragraph above without mentioning because I am so afraid underlies the issue of BH? It is that problem that starts with a “C” but this time, it has sprawled into the general population. How so? Politicians – both APC, PDP and all other parties figured out from watching the south south politicians that there were these unemployed, eager to please, boundless and fearless youth in these organizations. They started recruiting them to do intimidation jobs on political opponents. The terrorized eventually caught up and figured you could not belong to more than one at any point in time. So, they found rival groups and joined. Then they needed and army because they started having these confrontations. Guess who they found sweetie? The jobless agberos roaming town looking for action and recognition. The agberos charged less. Their understanding of how power is accrued came from street ideology – how much muscle you can flex. Then the criminality of the enterprise exploded. Recruitment is now occurring even in primary schools. When our uncle Baba OBJ was president, in the south south they had recruited many newbies at the primary school level. For these young ones, there was no way out. they had received a sentence almost from birth. The northerners started something similar but without the buy in of the university system. They funded the farm hands and layabouts that beg for alms all day long to be thugs to scare their enemies. After a while, the thugs widened up like they did in the south. If you can pay me 10k naira today, why not 100k tomorrow. Unfortunately, after political season, they were unfunded – no campaign to worry about, no job. They took to robbery, kidnapping, etc in the south. In the north, they found solace in misconstruing religion. So here we are today. Bros, how are your candidates going to solve this problem? Please don’t tell me about shoring up the army because you will need to commit genocide to use a military approach. It is a lot of recruits – those that agreed to sign up and those that were forced.

    Mr Noise, I could take on so many other things you talked about like power. But Bella wants others to talk to. You did not even tell me 2-3 tangible things Fash of Lag did and he has a lot to show. So what research are you talking about? This internet is just giving unnecessary voice to so many Kanyes.

    • Anon

      March 10, 2015 at 4:02 am

      You’re being biased and you’re speaking from the point of jealousy. What is “ajebutter-mommy-shipped me and so on about. Must you mention the fact he’s from a privileged family. Everyone is affected by the corruption. He has the right to speak

  5. Makeusefulnoise

    March 9, 2015 at 11:11 pm

    By the way, I don’t vote based on evidence. I vote based on intuition. How do you feel about that? I happen to vote across party lines for that reason and I always pick the winning candidate.

    • Tatler

      March 10, 2015 at 1:44 am

      You are expecting too much fr a casual vlogger who talks bubblegum topics. He is not a political/economic/history correspondent. Anyone who has more than a passing interest in these areas can deduce that & and neither is a lecturer that he’ll be giving out reading lists.

    • Modele

      March 26, 2015 at 5:32 pm

      If you only vote along party line and only for winning candidates and you ignore evidence, this only tells me one thing. Your level of intelligence and reasoning must be very shallow.

  6. some hater

    March 10, 2015 at 9:47 am

    I can’t ever take this guy serious after the whole “cook for your man” talk

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