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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by amInigerian: 1:43am On Jan 14
UfuomaUN:


( in Jack Sparrow's voice grin) Gentleman this is the day you will always remember as the day..... Sarrki regained his sanity
grin grin

Don't you think statements like this are reflective of cracks happening deep within the APC structure?
Professor Issa Sagay is quoted to have said that the attacks are Gov Ortom's failure because he fails to arm his citizens to protect themselves in self-defence

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by goodnews777: 2:12am On Jan 14
That explains why pastor tunde bakare is a terrorist supporter in allowing chief terrorist el rufai into a church. It's an abomination to allow evil el rufai into a church unless that is a Yahoo yahoo church.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by bilazego(m): 3:10am On Jan 14
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

IPOB miscreant!
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by antyokya: 3:29am On Jan 14
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.

my friend just shut up. are you in kaduna or someone told you that there's peace in kaduna? even today fulani herdsmen invaded some parts of kaduna with multiple deaths recorded. what about kidnapping and robbery. someone that paid terrorists with tax payers money and yet the killing is on the increase. I am in kaduna so don't sit in Lagos and vomit your poo anyhow. rubbish
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by okenta2017: 3:35am On Jan 14
UfuomaUN:


( in Jack Sparrow's voice grin) Gentleman this is the day you will always remember as the day..... Sarrki regained his sanity
grin grin

Not yet
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Lamexx(m): 3:45am On Jan 14
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.

@A7, you just confirmed to the world that your brain is made of indomie noodles. Read you comment again and ask yourself whether there is a correlation between what you just posted and what is happening in Nigeria.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by ebenholer(m): 4:51am On Jan 14
POINT PICKED: " 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.". IT IS EVIDENTLY CLEAR THAT FULANI HERDSMEN ARE WORKING FOR BOTH BUHARI AND EL-RUFAI. THAT IS THE REASON A SINGLE ARREST HAS NOT BEEN MADE IN ORDER TO CURB THIS EVIL ACTS.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by mywells: 6:34am On Jan 14
The issues is that the President is a Fulani related and the sensitive offices are be occupied by the Fulani entities,mostly securities agency through nepotism and self centre,now tell me who going to tell who to massacre these Fulani relatives herbsmen and 80% of these Fulanis are respectively illiterate inclusive no 1 citizen which everybody knows.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by fadaonyenna(m): 6:57am On Jan 14
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

Sarrki is diz really yo shocked
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by michoim(m): 7:09am On Jan 14
Fake defense by GEJ. Security was worse in your regime
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Freeman59: 7:11am On Jan 14
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'm glad you now see... This is a sign that one day, Nigerians will rise against these corrupt politicians that think money is everything.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Freeman59: 7:12am On Jan 14
bilazego:



IPOB miscreant!

Lol
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Wiseandtrue(f): 7:15am On Jan 14
Evablizin:
God is great,may His name be praised. I'm shocked including shockii.
I talk am say Sarrki must turn a new leaf this year though I never meant it to be through this horrendous experience but glory be to God!

One more thing, their change in attitude including hungerbad taht is if its not the same behind the moniker might be because they have seen that Buhari is not re-electable undecided

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by judgedredd22(m): 7:39am On Jan 14
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.

Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by decomaniaboss(f): 8:35am On Jan 14
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

shocked shocked shocked eyahhhhhhh,
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by gare(f): 8:46am On Jan 14
HungerBAD:
These guys should shut up.

President Buhari and his minions trying to defend him should shut up.

President Goodluck Jonathan and his supporters should shut up too.

There are hundreds of Nigerians getting killed by the Fulani Herdsmen,and Buhari and Goodluck wants to go into an EGO fight?both of you are not okay upstairs.

Was it not under Goodluck Jonathan the said Benue was attacked a whopping 33 times?but you are no longer the President,and that is why I see no sense in Buhari or his multitude of tiny minions trying to drag your name into this.

President Buhari. I know you are a Soldier,and a combat veteran who has seen and drawn blood. But have you been seeing the pictures of both babies and women getting slaughtered by the Fulani's?

We should not normalize this. This is wrong and very sickening.

A President is supposed to show strength. A President is suppose to protect the Citizenry. A President is suppose to heal.

I am sorry to say Buhari, that the Benue massacre has shown me in particular that you are a weak man,and that first you consider yourself a FULANI man before being the President of ALL.

People here still don't get it right? that I do not reply to mentions that I consider both the author and the writeup intellectually bankrupt.

If I ever reply to my mentions, that means I consider you or your write up very balanced.

you too shut up, since everybody should shut up, you just want to be heard why others are to keep mute, there is freedom of speech despite who is talking. You can ask everyone to shut why you talk. Shut Up once again.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by franudi: 9:03am On Jan 14
Removing Jonathan was a very big mistake. Electing Buhari has shown us that all that gliters is not gold.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by franudi: 9:08am On Jan 14
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.

Very useless talk. I pity your family.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by franudi: 9:11am On Jan 14
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
May God bless this new Sarrki. He is now a patriot.

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by JayPeeOham: 9:15am On Jan 14
just observing....
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by kenpacheeee: 12:33pm On Jan 14
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 ? Sarki
for ones I would support you on this,this politicians are taking us for granted...your power is in your voters card....

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

Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by FTBOY: 1:35pm On Jan 14
jesuslovesyou55:
What an ineffectual buffoon response is this.
So buhari should also follow your mistake

illiterate!
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Folksyharry(m): 3:43pm On Jan 14
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 chayoski: 3:43pm On Jan 14
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.
Please tell me you're already vying for the position of the president. If you are the original writer of what I see here, then I see little or no reason why you shouldn't be involved in the governance of this country. You speak complete Sense!
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Nobody: 4:54pm On Jan 14
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 of them are wrong. When last did you visit Southdrn kaduna?
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Samleen(m): 8:19pm On Jan 14
chayoski:
Please tell me you're already vying for the position of the president. If you are the original writer of what I see here, then I see little or no reason why you shouldn't be involved in the governance of this country. You speak complete Sense!

I am the original writer but presently, I have no ambition to run for any political post and at now, I am not in support of any candidate.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by Abimbola29(m): 11:59pm On Jan 15
Bishop David Oyedepo has asked the following questions...please share widely. This post must get to the officials of the Nigerian government before nightfall today. Perhaps they have answers to these heart aching questions from the prophet........




1. Is cattle business government's business?

2. How much is cattle business contributing to the nation's GDP?

3. Should men, women and children continue to lay down their lives for cattles?

4. How many cattles does a fulani cattle rearer need to sell to purchase an AK47 rifle?

5. Does one need a 3 million naira equipment to protect a 100 thousand naira investment?

6. In a country where there are no natural disasters, should there be mass burials happening all the time?

7. Judging by the technicalities of these killings, can we not see that this is beyond fulani cattle rearer initiative?


Share this post please. While we pray, Let's also keep appealing to consciences of the clueless Buhari and his government officials. Nigeria is our country- Igbo, Hausa, Yoruba, etc. It's humans that eat meat from cattle and not the other way round. Enough is enough!!!

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Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by afponline: 12:49am On Jan 16
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 as well have commented on the other parts of the statement.
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by debaj10: 1:38am On Jan 16
sir,
your ignorance is worthy of legend.
thankfully, Google is your very dear friend.
but let me still help you with expo: use these search terms:
northern elders curfew.
thank me later, k?
and tell gej 'Sori' for ur mind.

A7:


Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by bpalace(m): 11:07pm On Jan 17
Coldfeets:


Don't be fooled.

And please stop giving yourself hope.

Why are you guys celebrating sarrki's recent statement?

It's like the nigga has been giving you wailers so much sleepless nights like seriously.

Nnaa na wa o!
Hehe... Oga, I sleep very well sir!!! I feel bitter when people rejoice over unfortunate events on another
Re: Goodluck Jonathan Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen Killings, replies El-rufai by chayoski: 11:29pm On Jan 17
Samleen:


I am the original writer but presently, I have no ambition to run for any political post and at now, I am not in support of any candidate.
Alright.

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