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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by abels(m): 7:09pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK
Gej is financially OK
Governors are financially OK
Political appointees are financially OK
Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK
Who bear the brunt ?
The masses
I have dropped all my support for this politician
I was in markurdi today
I will never support any politician again
I saw innocent children that lost their parents
I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old
I cried , I don't know what to tell her
..is this the real sarkii or his account was hacked

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by wink2015: 7:10pm On Jan 13
Southern Nigeria including the middle belt have to start their own cattle industry.

We must stop the dependence on FULANI Cattle for our source of meat products.

Enough is enough.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by IAmSkinny: 7:11pm On Jan 13
A7:
The useless vindictive weakling has issued yet another derisory statement reeking of daftness in an attempt to leverage on the current crisis to demonize El-Rufai.

It is on record Jonathan has never been decisive in tackling any form of insecurity, at his watch the now dismantled Boko Haram metarmorphosizes from ragtag insurgents to fully fledged sophisticated foes that brings disrepute to the Nigerian army, attacking at will, displacing millions and forcing our brave soldiers to desert battlefields wearing women wrappers. All because of the ineptitude, incognizance and Dumbo's unwittness that pave way to unprecedented level of gargatuan pilfering by hordes of unscrupulous vultures on our common wealth.

Just see this quote from above pitiful statement:



Imagine the bolded, yet the useless fool went on to claim he has done well in tackling the menace.

The El-Rufai he loves to loathe and pathetically trying to pass the buck to has done amazingly well in tacking insecurity in his state, El-Rufai has not only device a solution to the problem by initiating a thorough investigation to the root cause, he has since embarked on implementing it heads on as well, and it is bearing fruit, insecurity in Kaduna today is receiving bloody nose and crime is no longer attractive.

If Jonathan had any sense/shame left he should advice Benue government to adopt Kaduna's method of addressing the farmers-herders strife Just like the Plateau government did.

Peace is not a priviledge it is a fundamental right, no man shall be killed because of the leaders shortcomings. Enough of the blame game and instigations. I hope the perpetrators and those fanning the embers receive the worst comeuppance in million folds.

El Rufai has tackled insecurity issue in KD, yet there are still incessant killings in Kaduna South. There is a recent thread on the politics sections where 7 people lost their lives to fulani herdsmen attack. I am sure you have nothing to say about the comment El rufai made concerning the herdsmen. I can see you are all terrorist sympathizers.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by VictorRomanov: 7:11pm On Jan 13
Warship:



Praise Master Jesus.

So Sarrki has been redeemed.


Dancing Skelewu


I'm not sure he's been paid this month. That's why!

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by anibirelawal(m): 7:15pm On Jan 13
ehissi:


Na lie joor! By the time BMC office nack am February alert, you go hear "Baba is working, Nigeria is working, Sai Baba".

Na today? Who no know kpomo, must know sarrki.......... grin

Lol... u sabi the guy well well.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by anibirelawal(m): 7:16pm On Jan 13
ehissi:


Na lie joor! By the time BMC office nack am February alert, you go hear "Baba is working, Nigeria is working, Sai Baba".

Na today? Who no know kpomo, must know sarrki.......... grin

Lol... u really sabi the guy well well.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Olubidex: 7:16pm On Jan 13
Samleen:
Good but

to every presidential aspirant, here is our requirement checklist if you actually want us to cast our votes for you in the coming 2019 election.

We don't care about what political party you belong to anymore -whether old party or new party, popular or unpopular; we don't care about what religion anymore; we don't care about what tribe or region anymore but
You

1. Must attend not less than 3 presidential debates: how do we know you're mentally stable and not a slowpoke if you cannot give reasonable responses to simple debate questioning?

2. Must undergo medical qualification tests: both the psychiatricals and others. The result must be verified by a notable medical panel and must be made availale to the general public.
People do medical tests even for secondary school admission, so why not for presidency aspiration.

3. Must have of governing plan (just like a business plan or a master plan) and make it available to the general public through the all the social media channels.
Bank cannot commit their cash to people without a good business plan with clearly written goals and objectives, figures, strategies and a guarantor, so how much more should we commit the life, future and properties of more than 150millions Nigerians to you without a plan.
In the plan must also be indicated your personer track records of successes.

4. Must have more than secondary school education. (There's nothing new about this)

5. Must have at least one of your children educated in a public university in Nigeria (not private): by this we will surely know that you believe in the future of Nigeria and that you will work towards her betterment.
This is a price not too much to pay if you realy love us.
We are tired of insensitivity of government towards the development of standards of educational setup in Nigeria, the strikes and industrial actions.

6. Must be a patronage of Nigerian made products and services and you must believe in capacity building of Nigerian indigenous businesses to provide exportable products and services to neighbouring countries, Africa and the world at large.

7. Must be wide reader and self development enthusiast: If you don't constantly feed your mind with transformative, educative and informative ideas through books, you don't have a business doing with presidency in Nigeria.
We are tired of archaic approaches to human governing. We need mordern, liberated and future oriented leaders to lead us in Nigeria, not power mongers, who just want to be in government for power, fame and monetary gain.

8. Must be within the working age range (younger than 60 years): "what's good for the goose is good for the gander".
Towards old age, people become less and less physically, socially, mentally and psychologically fit to cope with occupational demands, not to talk of rulling a nation of more than150million citizens, so retirement is compulsory.
The retirement age in Nigeria civil service guided by decree No. 102 of 1979 that dealt with pension and gratuity pegged the statutory age of retirement for public officers at 60 years, while it is 65 years for judiciary officers and 70 for academic staff of universities. However with reform of civil service decree No. 43 of 1988, retirement age has been put at 60 years or 35 years in service.

9. Must have no public record of hate speech, tribalism, nepotism, crime against humanity, pending corruption charges or history, and or affiliation with any millitant group or religion fundamentalist group or terrorist group :
We will never ever think again that people will change. Ascenssion to power only gives people the chance to express their true self.

10. Must have done something contributary to the development of your immediate environment: this is simple, is'nt it?

11. Must be well educated about the constitution of Nigeria. We are tired of reminding the government what to do and what's not to do. We are tired of reminding the government about what's in the costitution they swear to uphold. This is 21st century.
The INEC in collaoration with the National Assembly and the Judiciary Counsel of Nigeria should create an online platform where common citizen can get proper education about the Nigerian constitution. They should maku use of shot animated videos and other training material. Certificates should also be awarded.
You made sense only if they will follow it
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by begwong: 7:16pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK
Gej is financially OK
Governors are financially OK
Political appointees are financially OK
Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK
Who bear the brunt ?
The masses
I have dropped all my support for this politician
I was in markurdi today
I will never support any politician again
I saw innocent children that lost their parents
I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old
I cried , I don't know what to tell her
Never put your life on the line for politicians.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by musa234(m): 7:17pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK

Gej is financially OK

Governors are financially OK

Political appointees are financially OK

Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK

Who bear the brunt ?

The masses

I have dropped all my support for this politician

I was in markurdi today

I will never support any politician again

I saw innocent children that lost their parents

I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old

I cried , I don't know what to tell her

Good point Mr sarrki, I really applaud you for this..kudos bro

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by sambrow(m): 7:19pm On Jan 13
A7:
The useless vindictive weakling has issued yet another derisory statement reeking of daftness in an attempt to leverage on the current crisis to demonize El-Rufai.

It is on record Jonathan has never been decisive in tackling any form of insecurity, at his watch the now dismantled Boko Haram metarmorphosizes from ragtag insurgents to fully fledged sophisticated foes that brings disrepute to the Nigerian army, attacking at will, displacing millions and forcing our brave soldiers to desert battlefields wearing women wrappers. All because of the ineptitude, incognizance and Dumbo's unwittness that pave way to unprecedented level of gargatuan pilfering by hordes of unscrupulous vultures on our common wealth.

Just see this quote from above pitiful statement:



Imagine the bolded, yet the useless fool went on to claim he has done well in tackling the menace.

The El-Rufai he loves to loathe and pathetically trying to pass the buck to has done amazingly well in tacking insecurity in his state, El-Rufai has not only device a solution to the problem by initiating a thorough investigation to the root cause, he has since embarked on implementing it heads on as well, and it is bearing fruit, insecurity in Kaduna today is receiving bloody nose and crime is no longer attractive.

If Jonathan had any sense/shame left he should advice Benue government to adopt Kaduna's method of addressing the farmers-herders strife Just like the Plateau government did.

Peace is not a priviledge it is a fundamental right, no man shall be killed because of the leaders shortcomings. Enough of the blame game and instigations. I hope the perpetrators and those fanning the embers receive the worst comeuppance in million folds.u make no sense guy. Shut d f*ck up

Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Axiwaju(m): 7:21pm On Jan 13
Funnicator:


good morning sarrki. day don break for your eye?


robotic apc supporter. anyone who openly supports apc led government after these brazen massacres must be visited by death to know how it feels to be bereaved like benue indigenes.

uselesss northern president.
But The Problem Isnt The Presidents Hme Region, Nigerians \(igbo,yoruba, Havsa\) All Feel Pained By This Govment. Dnt Talk Like Southern Govmnts Had Been Better, Jonathan And Buhari Are Just Same Person Wit Difrnt Face
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by jchioma: 7:22pm On Jan 13
begwong:

Never put your life on the line for politicians.

It's not Sarki !
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by sambrow(m): 7:22pm On Jan 13
A7:
The useless vindictive weakling has issued yet another derisory statement reeking of daftness in an attempt to leverage on the current crisis to demonize El-Rufai.

It is on record Jonathan has never been decisive in tackling any form of insecurity, at his watch the now dismantled Boko Haram metarmorphosizes from ragtag insurgents to fully fledged sophisticated foes that brings disrepute to the Nigerian army, attacking at will, displacing millions and forcing our brave soldiers to desert battlefields wearing women wrappers. All because of the ineptitude, incognizance and Dumbo's unwittness that pave way to unprecedented level of gargatuan pilfering by hordes of unscrupulous vultures on our common wealth.

Just see this quote from above pitiful statement:



Imagine the bolded, yet the useless fool went on to claim he has done well in tackling the menace.

The El-Rufai he loves to loathe and pathetically trying to pass the buck to has done amazingly well in tacking insecurity in his state, El-Rufai has not only device a solution to the problem by initiating a thorough investigation to the root cause, he has since embarked on implementing it heads on as well, and it is bearing fruit, insecurity in Kaduna today is receiving bloody nose and crime is no longer attractive.

If Jonathan had any sense/shame left he should advice Benue government to adopt Kaduna's method of addressing the farmers-herders strife Just like the Plateau government did.

Peace is not a priviledge it is a fundamental right, no man shall be killed because of the leaders shortcomings. Enough of the blame game and instigations. I hope the perpetrators and those fanning the embers receive the worst comeuppance in million folds.

u make no sense guy. Shut d f*ck up

Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by DJejehimself(m): 7:24pm On Jan 13
I love this song by Peter Tosh

Vampire"

Unnu old vampire
You don't like to see youths prosper
Only like to see youths suffer
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu old vampire
Only trod upon creation
With your bloody meditation
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu fight against upfullness
Unnu fight against creation
Unnu fight against
Everything good for the younger generation

Unnu old vampire
Do unnu wickedness at midnight
And unnu humble when it's daylight
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu old vampire
Only like to see blood running
But true you know it's fire bunnin'
Unnu set of vampire

Now unnu fight against upfullness
Fight against creation
Fight against everything good for the younger generation

Unnu old vampire
Only trod upon creation
Sucking the blood of the nation
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu old vampire
Unnu drink up the old wine
Have no place for the new mind
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu fight against morality
You fight against integrity
Fight against everything good for the younger generation

Unnu old vampire
Only trod upon creation
With your bloody meditation
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu old vampire
Do unnu wickedness at midnight
And unnu humble when it's daylight
Unnu set of vampire

Unnu old vampires

Unnu grieve their brnk? Lord

Unnu fire burial

Unnu hypocrite the world, God

Unnu old vampire
Do unnu wickedness every night
And unnu humble when daylight
Unnu old...

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by GloryIsaac: 7:25pm On Jan 13
Looks like the loans are being repayed sad.


That's the best explanation to this menace and the deadly silence that accompanies it.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Oxalic(m): 7:28pm On Jan 13
Let the demons in Aso Rock continue to be audaciously mendacious.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by israelmao(m): 7:29pm On Jan 13
GEJ leave Buhari and his cohort to continue peddling figures of casualties during your time, we all know how they kept known and intentional silence till things got bad and from bad to worse.Those that trouble this nation whether home or abroad shall be troubled!
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by OyiboOyibo: 7:30pm On Jan 13
Guys beware of fraudsters on facebook,instagram,twitter,wha tsapp,nairaland forum n in other social media platforms claiming to av fixed matches to win millions... They're Yahoo boys in another version...Don't do any bizness wit them... They're devilish sadists.......run from them pls
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by annnikky(f): 7:31pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK

Gej is financially OK

Governors are financially OK

Political appointees are financially OK

Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK

Who bear the brunt ?

The masses

I have dropped all my support for this politician

I was in markurdi today

I will never support any politician again

I saw innocent children that lost their parents

I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old

I cried , I don't know what to tell her

What has come over u since today? R u not in support of ur blood sucking dullard anymore shocked thank God ooo undecided
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by pablo1759: 7:34pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK

Gej is financially OK

Governors are financially OK

Political appointees are financially OK

Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK

Who bear the brunt ?

The masses

I have dropped all my support for this politician

I was in markurdi today

I will never support any politician again

I saw innocent children that lost their parents

I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old

I cried , I don't know what to tell her


Good morning to you too bro.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by uzoexcel(m): 7:36pm On Jan 13
good one

Samleen:
Good but

to every presidential aspirant, here is our requirement checklist if you actually want us to cast our votes for you in the coming 2019 election.

We don't care about what political party you belong to anymore -whether old party or new party, popular or unpopular; we don't care about what religion anymore; we don't care about what tribe or region anymore but
You

1. Must attend not less than 3 presidential debates: how do we know you're mentally stable and not a slowpoke if you cannot give reasonable responses to simple debate questioning?

2. Must undergo medical qualification tests: both the psychiatricals and others. The result must be verified by a notable medical panel and must be made availale to the general public.
People do medical tests even for secondary school admission, so why not for presidency aspiration.

3. Must have of governing plan (just like a business plan or a master plan) and make it available to the general public through the all the social media channels.
Bank cannot commit their cash to people without a good business plan with clearly written goals and objectives, figures, strategies and a guarantor, so how much more should we commit the life, future and properties of more than 150millions Nigerians to you without a plan.
In the plan must also be indicated your personer track records of successes.

4. Must have more than secondary school education. (There's nothing new about this)

5. Must have at least one of your children educated in a public university in Nigeria (not private): by this we will surely know that you believe in the future of Nigeria and that you will work towards her betterment.
This is a price not too much to pay if you realy love us.
We are tired of insensitivity of government towards the development of standards of educational setup in Nigeria, the strikes and industrial actions.

6. Must be a patronage of Nigerian made products and services and you must believe in capacity building of Nigerian indigenous businesses to provide exportable products and services to neighbouring countries, Africa and the world at large.

7. Must be wide reader and self development enthusiast: If you don't constantly feed your mind with transformative, educative and informative ideas through books, you don't have a business doing with presidency in Nigeria.
We are tired of archaic approaches to human governing. We need mordern, liberated and future oriented leaders to lead us in Nigeria, not power mongers, who just want to be in government for power, fame and monetary gain.

8. Must be within the working age range (younger than 60 years): "what's good for the goose is good for the gander".
Towards old age, people become less and less physically, socially, mentally and psychologically fit to cope with occupational demands, not to talk of rulling a nation of more than150million citizens, so retirement is compulsory.
The retirement age in Nigeria civil service guided by decree No. 102 of 1979 that dealt with pension and gratuity pegged the statutory age of retirement for public officers at 60 years, while it is 65 years for judiciary officers and 70 for academic staff of universities. However with reform of civil service decree No. 43 of 1988, retirement age has been put at 60 years or 35 years in service.

9. Must have no public record of hate speech, tribalism, nepotism, crime against humanity, pending corruption charges or history, and or affiliation with any millitant group or religion fundamentalist group or terrorist group :
We will never ever think again that people will change. Ascenssion to power only gives people the chance to express their true self.

10. Must have done something contributary to the development of your immediate environment: this is simple, is'nt it?

11. Must be well educated about the constitution of Nigeria. We are tired of reminding the government what to do and what's not to do. We are tired of reminding the government about what's in the costitution they swear to uphold. This is 21st century.
The INEC in collaoration with the National Assembly and the Judiciary Counsel of Nigeria should create an online platform where common citizen can get proper education about the Nigerian constitution. They should maku use of shot animated videos and other training material. Certificates should also be awarded.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by debolayinka(m): 7:38pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK

Gej is financially OK

Governors are financially OK

Political appointees are financially OK

Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK

Who bear the brunt ?

The masses

I have dropped all my support for this politician

I was in markurdi today

I will never support any politician again

I saw innocent children that lost their parents

I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old

I cried , I don't know what to tell her


Most palatable news in January. If Sarrki can change, kai, even APC can lose incumbency.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by TheAdvocate(m): 7:44pm On Jan 13
Warship:



Praise Master Jesus.

So Sarrki has been redeemed.


Dancing Skelewu

He saw the light!

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Shaev7(m): 7:46pm On Jan 13
A7:
The useless vindictive weakling has issued yet another derisory statement reeking of daftness in an attempt to leverage on the current crisis to demonize El-Rufai.

It is on record Jonathan has never been decisive in tackling any form of insecurity, at his watch the now dismantled Boko Haram metarmorphosizes from ragtag insurgents to fully fledged sophisticated foes that brings disrepute to the Nigerian army, attacking at will, displacing millions and forcing our brave soldiers to desert battlefields wearing women wrappers. All because of the ineptitude, incognizance and Dumbo's unwittness that pave way to unprecedented level of gargatuan pilfering by hordes of unscrupulous vultures on our common wealth.

Just see this quote from above pitiful statement:



Imagine the bolded, yet the useless fool went on to claim he has done well in tackling the menace.

The El-Rufai he loves to loathe and pathetically trying to pass the buck to has done amazingly well in tacking insecurity in his state, El-Rufai has not only device a solution to the problem by initiating a thorough investigation to the root cause, he has since embarked on implementing it heads on as well, and it is bearing fruit, insecurity in Kaduna today is receiving bloody nose and crime is no longer attractive.

If Jonathan had any sense/shame left he should advice Benue government to adopt Kaduna's method of addressing the farmers-herders strife Just like the Plateau government did.

Peace is not a priviledge it is a fundamental right, no man shall be killed because of the leaders shortcomings. Enough of the blame game and instigations. I hope the perpetrators and those fanning the embers receive the worst comeuppance in million folds.

All these grammar and English you type here will not solve our issues and challenges. We too like English, Na so Patrick Obahiagbon speak for Edo state yet nothing came out of it.
Even the British, Americans and other western world no speak all this English Nigeria dey speak but them act.
seriously it won't help us. It a total waste of time.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by adjoviomole(m): 7:46pm On Jan 13
jesuslovesyou55:
What an ineffectual buffoon response is this.
So buhari should also follow your mistake


Did you read what he said at all?


If you did, then you have a serious problem.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Movingcoil(m): 7:51pm On Jan 13
A7:
The useless vindictive weakling has issued yet another derisory statement reeking of daftness in an attempt to leverage on the current crisis to demonize El-Rufai.

It is on record Jonathan has never been decisive in tackling any form of insecurity, at his watch the now dismantled Boko Haram metarmorphosizes from ragtag insurgents to fully fledged sophisticated foes that brings disrepute to the Nigerian army, attacking at will, displacing millions and forcing our brave soldiers to desert battlefields wearing women wrappers. All because of the ineptitude, incognizance and Dumbo's unwittness that pave way to unprecedented level of gargatuan pilfering by hordes of unscrupulous vultures on our common wealth.

Just see this quote from above pitiful statement:



Imagine the bolded, yet the useless fool went on to claim he has done well in tackling the menace.

The El-Rufai he loves to loathe and pathetically trying to pass the buck to has done amazingly well in tacking insecurity in his state, El-Rufai has not only device a solution to the problem by initiating a thorough investigation to the root cause, he has since embarked on implementing it heads on as well, and it is bearing fruit, insecurity in Kaduna today is receiving bloody nose and crime is no longer attractive.

If Jonathan had any sense/shame left he should advice Benue government to adopt Kaduna's method of addressing the farmers-herders strife Just like the Plateau government did.

Peace is not a priviledge it is a fundamental right, no man shall be killed because of the leaders shortcomings. Enough of the blame game and instigations. I hope the perpetrators and those fanning the embers receive the worst comeuppance in million folds.

You should be ashæmed of what ever you represent and may all you condole befall your generation. Amen
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by selectedhero(m): 7:52pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK

Gej is financially OK

Governors are financially OK

Political appointees are financially OK

Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK

Who bear the brunt ?

The masses

I have dropped all my support for this politician

I was in markurdi today

I will never support any politician again

I saw innocent children that lost their parents

I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old

I cried , I don't know what to tell her


I have always personally considered you to be without a fully functioning brain, but with what you wrote here I might just have to reconsider my perception. I just hope you won't prove me right again in a few days.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by TourismMan(m): 7:53pm On Jan 13
sarrki:
Buhari is financially OK
Gej is financially OK
Governors are financially OK
Political appointees are financially OK
Masses are mentally, physically , financially not OK
Who bear the brunt ?
The masses
I have dropped all my support for this politician
I was in markurdi today
I will never support any politician again
I saw innocent children that lost their parents
I saw one asking for her mum just 3 years old
I cried , I don't know what to tell her
You will never support even Buhari again?
I mark down this statement to remind you someday again.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by bejeria101(m): 7:54pm On Jan 13
jesuslovesyou55:
What an ineffectual buffoon response is this.
So buhari should also follow your mistake

your dullard what has he exactly done right on this issue? Has he cöndemned it,has he a plan to halt it? Pls if u dnt value human life just shut up abeg
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Femijohn198: 7:54pm On Jan 13
What about those innocent people bokoharam are killing everyday. What should we do about them.it is time we re-change the name Nigeria to mercy of peace nation
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by jacyhelen(f): 8:00pm On Jan 13
stephanie11:
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has reacted to the recent killings in Benue, Taraba by Fulani Herdsmen.

Jonathan, in a press statement by his Media Reps, condoled with the victims and also responded to reports that 756 people were killed in his tenure by Fulani Herdsmen.

The statement read;

'"Former President Jonathan wishes to express his condolences to the government and people of Benue, Kaduna, Taraba, Adamawa and Nasarawa states, over the recent spate of killings occasioned by herdsmen/farmers clashes.

"His heart bleeds for the sufferings of Nigerians and he calls on the authorities to do everything in their power to put an end to these needless killings.

"Having said that, let it be known that we find the statement by the Presidency stating that 756 Nigerians were killed by Fulani herdsmen in two years under the government of former President Jonathan as a mischievous assertion by a callous Presidential spokesman who thinks that death is something to be trivialized.

"For the avoidance of doubt, let it be known that the figure of 756 is wrong. But the issue is not that it is a false figure, the issue is that former President Jonathan was not inactive in the face of Fulani herdsmen killings during his Presidency.

"While in office, the former President knew that the capacity of the Nigerian police would be challenged by the sophistication of arms available to the herdsmen and so after he was elected President and sworn in on May 29, 2011, former President Jonathan summoned a National Security Council meeting and ordered that Fulani herdsmen attack must be decisively dealt with.

"In July 2012, the Plateau state government reported that herdsmen killings had reached a head in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area leading to tens of deaths of Nigerian citizens by Fulani herdsmen, many of whom were not even Nigerian citizens.

"Then President Jonathan, when briefed about the situation insisted that there would not be such impunity under his leadership and immediately ordered the army and the Air Force to go to the affected communities and fish out the perpetrators and bring them to book.

"The military immediately obeyed the then President's orders and sent troops and helicopters to Barkin Ladi Local Government Area. They ordered all residents to leave their residence for temporary accommodation provided for them so they could conduct a joint air and ground operation to flush out the armed herdsmen who had been suspected of killing innocent Nigerians.

"The residents complied and the soldiers went in and not only did they clear the area, they made arrests which led to trials and convictions.

"We wish to remind Nigerians that when this episode was being carried out, it was precisely members of the opposition who later became the All Progressive Congress that heavily criticized then President Jonathan's orders.

"In fact, a prominent member of the APC and now the Governor of Kaduna State and a known confidante of the President, Malam Nasir El-Rufai tweeted his now infamous tweet on the 15th of July 2012 threatening that 'We will write this for all to read. Anyone, soldier or not that kills the Fulani takes a loan repayable one day no matter how long it takes.' (his exact words).

"So the question Nigerians need to ask instead of allowing themselves to be distracted by the statement from the Presidency is this: Are Nigerians now repaying the 'loan' that El-Rufai threatened to make Nigeria repay?

"If the then President was not active in decisively sending the military after herdsmen, why would El-Rufai have been so pained to have made such a statement?

"Let it be known that the former President views herdsmen who kill unprovoked and with the intention of advancing their own economic and other interests as terrorists, pure and simple.

"Not only did he treat them as terrorists, he also put the military on high alert to protect Nigerian lives."

https://politicsngr.com/goodluck-jonathan-reacts-fulani-herdsmen-killings-attacks-el-rufai-details/


God bless GEJ...cluless buahri with no brain needs to be bouted out of office
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by blazeahams(m): 8:03pm On Jan 13
Dead men don't tell tale.

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