Monday, June 2, 2014

Nigerians Lack Compassion, Yet Have The Most Expensive Houses In UK- Mr Charles Dukwe

Mr Charles Dukwe, the chairman of New Nation, an empowerment oriented group while unveiling the Queen of Compassion and Kill the Killers Initiative, a grass roots campaign against diabetes and high blood pressure in Port-Harcourt on Saturday, has said what is lacking in Nigeria is compassion for one another.

According to him, about 70% of the most expensive houses in London are owned by Nigerians, while British citizens and celebrities that have money complain the houses are too expensive and  do not buy them.


Corruption has eaten deep into the country’s system and has made Nigerians not to have compassion for each other, and it’s a major thing affecting the nation.

The thing that is missing in Nigeria is compassion. We want to use compassion as a value and drive it through people so that people can help each other in the society. Our aim is to make compassion a core value in the society, Dukwe stated.

According to him, diabetes and high blood pressure form over 60 per cent of the cause of deaths among adults in Nigeria, just as malaria forms 70 per cent of the deaths among children in the country.


Dukwe who is ready to fight the two major diseases said Nigerians and Africa as a whole have not paid much attention to the diseases which has killed a lot of people and thus leaving our life expectancy to numbers way below all the advanced nations.

13 comments:

  1. Yes , loads of free money in Nigeria . Here we work really hard for our money .

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    1. Crazy talk from a corrupt mind!

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    2. But he just said a fact. Nigerian citizens are more richer than British citizens

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    3. Laduns biggest fan03 June, 2014 09:42

      What fact did he say? Where are the stats to show this? If you believe Nigerians are richer than British citizens, then I have a bridge I will like to sell to you.

      Richer and not more richer okay?

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  2. May God help, support and sustain all those who mean well for this country.


    #NaMeTalkAm

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    1. Amen.This is the spirit we need to be great in this country.

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  3. Compassion is the only needed answer/solution to our deep rooted problems and vices in this country.may God grant us the grace to embrace it.

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  4. Laduns biggest fan02 June, 2014 15:53

    70%? Very false.

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  5. SO BECAUSE THE BRITISH PEOPLE CANT AFFORD IT NIGERIANS SHOULDNT BE ABLE TO AFFORD IT? IS THIS MAN DUMB

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    1. No you are the illiterate, how does it make sense for a country's citizens to own 70% of the UKs most expensive properties while there is chronic poverty in different parts of the country... How is that anything to be proud of? It just does not make sense, while I have nothing against people being super rich I have everything against a country have children who can't go to school, who can only eat one meal a day, a country where the basic necessities of life are not provided for... Please it is not always about money... What happened to compassion

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    2. You quite didn't understand him

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  6. Ladun don't post my comments you hear,you are just a bush idiot who cant stand for the truth,im sure hes sleeping with you too.punk ass.

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