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Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by babestella: 8:17pm On May 16, 2012
with this kind of buhari's statement, he obviously says nothing less than a terrorist, and I think he is in support of BH directly or indirectly. It is quite commendable for an elder statesman to make such utterances in a country that is already volatile and on the edge of collapse. It is a pity, but come what may, Buhari will never win any election in Nigeria. I don't think he has good plans for this country. always fighting for the northerners.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Carmall(m): 8:29pm On May 16, 2012
Bt soyinka wasn't attacked when he made his own speech...y GMB?
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by EEkeson: 8:34pm On May 16, 2012
May we alll act matured n stop lashiin out words without control,how many of u ve gurantee of suvivin till 2015?nigerian's shud giv gej a breatin space 2 finish his tennure.nobody is better.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by assetstrap(m): 9:02pm On May 16, 2012
It is only in a country like Nigeria that Buhari can say what he said and not be hauled in 4 questioning by even the interior ministry. Why do i say this?, because believe it or not Naija is in a serious state of security collapse where anything can spark even worse bloodshed than what we had after the elections or have we forgotten the sheer blood letting against corpers,southerners and christians. Don't get me wrong the sentiments behind his statement are clear to all of us, Nigerians are angry, dejected and fed up with the wanton looting of the treasury, but if he has a genuine agenda for the WHOLE of naija he would not mention anything inciteful especially taking into consideration the constituency the statements were aimed at(North).What he should be doing is educating his constituency and then selling his non existent manifesto around the country. Nigeria at this moment in time
is a basketcase with the present leaders, but you can't go around inciting al-majiris, you have to take the whole country with you and show the people what you can do different.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by GODBLESSU1: 9:54pm On May 16, 2012
I can't even read this long super story. will be right back.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by loskally(m): 10:18pm On May 16, 2012
wat iz it wif diz religion nd ethinic stuff.why do wi tence figure who meid a statement nt da value of statement bin made.diz iz jst a clear plane truth buhari av said 4 any right tinking person residing in nigeria.it high tym wi knw dat diz bigotry haterd 4 religion'islam'nd ethnic won't tek us any whr.wif da presence condition nw i only c buhari as da right nd truthful person dat cn lid naija.nt doze bunch monkeyz nd dogz who r real blood sucker hiding in human cloth.may God si uz tru.ameen
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by honeric01(m): 11:16pm On May 16, 2012
Bloody 2015 Controversy: CPC Replies Jonathan On Buhari:


By Rotimi Fashakin
The Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, has noted the response of Dr Goodluck Jonathan, as President of Nigeria, to the altruistic statement credited to our National Leader, General Muhammadu Buhari (GMB) wherein he had stated inter-alia dire consequences for the perpetual riggers of our electoral process in 2015. In the statement signed by Dr. Reuben Abati, Special Adviser to the President on Media, GMB was grotesquely characterized as a sectional leader.

First, GMB has been out of office as Head of Government for about 28 years, yet his relevance to the Nigerian nation is something firmly acknowledged by a broad spectrum of Nigerians, including his adversaries. As Head of State, his Oil Minister was Professor Tam David-West, a Kalabari man in Rivers state. As a Leader, he created the ambience for his ministers to work unobtrusively and devoid of executive meddlesomeness. But what do we find with Dr Goodluck Jonathan? All the appointees as Oil ministers in his two-year reign thus far as President of Nigeria have been Nigerians of Ijaw extraction, like himself!



Second, in October 1, 2010, there was a bomb blast during the year’s independence anniversary celebrations, with attendant deaths of many Nigerians. Without waiting for any preliminary report from the Security Agencies, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, as President, told a traumatized Nation, “it is not MEND!” Meanwhile, MEND is the name for the militant group from Dr Good-luck Jonathan’s ethnic extraction that had in the immediate past waged relentless and potent insurgency against the Nigerian state but had been placated with more slice of the Nation’s resources ceded to the region. Indeed, MEND impugned the President’s statement and admitted responsibility.



Third, so far as President of Nigeria, Dr Good-luck Jonathan has shown very generous affinity for Nigerians of Ijaw stock in terms of appointments and promotions in the Federal Public sector. There is a marked lopsidedness that smacks of clannishness and ethnocentrism by the President!



On Corruption and sleazy tendency, the Jonathan administration transcends all others before it! Nigerians are still befuddled by the impeachable show of arbitrariness by the regime in expending N2.67Trillion on fuel subsidy instead of the appropriated N240Billion in the 2011 appropriation act. As expected, the regime has attempted all manner of subterfuge to give Executive cover for the indicted people in the scam, who were the bank-rollers of the President’s electioneering campaign. Could it be that the missing money was funneled deliberately to the Jonathan Presidential Campaigns, with the acquiescence of the President?



GMB was quoted as saying that the Jonathan-led Federal Government is the greatest Boko-Haram. Understandably, this elicited awful response from the President. In a jejune, puerile, and very pedestrian communication, the presidential spokesman defined Boko-Haram as “Western education is sin” and went on to posit the administration’s investment in Education. How awkwardly inane could that be?!



It is common knowledge that Boko-Haram has become the euphemism for subtlety in devious schemes that cause mass killings of the innocents! As GMB aptly stated, Boko Haram has three variants, with varying degrees of severity and murderous content: the original Boko-haram that seeks to avenge the extra-judicial killing of its Leader by the Nigeria Police; the Boko Haram that pursues criminality for monetary gains and of course, the Political Boko-haram that is bent on setting the stage for ethno-religious pogrom in the Nigerian nation. It is the Political Boko Haram, with its extremely lethal content, that the Jonathan-led Federal Government represents!

·

In January 2012, Dr Good-luck Jonathan told a bewildered nation, still smarting from murderous Bombings, that his government has been infiltrated by Boko Haram.

·

In February 2012, a serving PDP senator from Borno South (Mohammed Ali Ndume) was arrested for being a member of Boko Haram.

·

In March 2012, Ndume deposed to an affidavit before a Federal High Court wherein he stated that Vice-President Namadi Sambo was aware of his activities with Boko Haram.

·

In April 2012, General Andrew Owoeye Azazi , the National Security Adviser, averred that there was indisputable proof that Boko Haram is PDP. As things stand, President Good-luck Jonathan is the national leader of PDP.



· In April 2012, Henry Okah (while standing trial on Terrorism charges) deposed to an affidavit before a South African court that President Good-luck Jonathan was the sponsor of the October 1, 2010 bombing at Eagle square. It is on record that as governor of a Niger-delta state, Dr Good-luck Jonathan (together with his brother governors) had used the MEND to command the attention of the Nigerian state.

· As a Party, we are aware of the role played by Jonathan’s PDP in the way the People’s post-electoral angst (at the subversion of their electoral will) was turned into murderous ethno-religious mayhem.

· We are also aware about how the Jonathan administration has consistently used the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) under the leadership of his fellow Niger-delta Nigerian, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, to demonize GMB in the despicable attempt to veil the murderous intent of the administration.

Meanwhile, with the hullaballoo that Dr Jonathan and his PDP elements have unwittingly caused within the Polity, should it be interpreted that there is a real effort towards ensuring that the 2015 election is also rigged as before in giving vim to the PDP Leaders’ claim of ruling Nigeria for 60 years? As a Nation, we are witnesses to the manner in which rigged elections have foisted on the Nation cluelessness in governance and rapacious impudence; it is indeed a dreary road to tread.



We insist that it is never ignoble to lose elections because President Abraham Lincoln, before being reputed to be the best American President that ever existed, was known to have lost elections several times. GMB, though lost Presidential elections three times to the rigging collusion of the Nigerian presidency and the electoral umpire, took the loss each time (like Abraham Lincoln) with equanimity!



In the meantime, we shall continue to trumpet the sterling qualities of the Buhari brand which is still a rarity among the Political players in our nation’s season of anomie. We stand unwaveringly by the statement credited to GMB!

God bless Nigeria.



Rotimi Fashakin (Engr.)

National Publicity Secretary, CPC

(Wednesday, 16th May, 2012).
http://saharareporters.com/press-release/bloody-2015-controversy-cpc-replies-jonathan-buhari
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by BanditC: 12:21am On May 17, 2012
The name buhari itself is reminiscent of evil, hatred and wickedness.

If that dirty mallam is the last option for me as a Nigerian, i would chew up my vote and wash it down with pure water.

I would vote a crippled and totally failed Jonathan over that old creep anyday.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Detongue: 12:42am On May 17, 2012
It is a pity dat we no longer hv elders in dis country. Reading d comments of dis old horses, i pity dis nation. Truth as eluded d elders in dis nation and it is a shame. Dis bunch of ppl should hide their head in shame. When dis demon Buhari starts his blood bath, dey will b his first victims. Dis elders are d baboons and dogs Buhari talk about. My broda Itse, i pity u
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by npabo: 2:36am On May 17, 2012
Buhari!!!!. When will he learn? I can't inagine the kind of leader he wiLl be cos he is not one to me
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by all4naija(m): 2:39am On May 17, 2012
Are the youths of Nigeria so silly!? What do they find in goo-for-nothing Buhari? Is there no better person to rule Nigeria than former dictator? You guys are the reason why this country is been seen by the primitive leaders as their personal property and birthright.

Those supporting Buhari should go and fu.c.k themselves! F.u.ck Buhari and his cohorts! I don't need Buhari to rule the country. Any other person would do. Can't the nation progress without him? Answer that Buhari avid supports!
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by bajosky: 2:59am On May 17, 2012
buhari is a frustrated fool that thinks the 9ja youth are illetrate to swallow or implement his evil agenda.
always negative in his thinking,reasonin,lack the spirit of sportmanship.
Is he not old enough to shut his smelling mouth up ,sit in his house and advise new crop of politicians on how to tackle the strategies of indomitable ruling party(pdp)
how long wil he reason like a village champion at the expense of innocent shedding of blood especialy christian populated areas.
Shameless Buhari,if u wer to be in the ruling party and at d herm of affairs is this how u will be expressing ur foolishness.check urself,conscience and thought u are an angent of satan and will soon reap what you are about to sow .go and manage your weak points,consolidate on ur gains and try to control ur frustating emotions tro ur lips.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by omoredia: 6:34am On May 17, 2012
Buhari is not a suitable person for president by any standard. He is a traitor and a blood thirsty terrorist!
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by hubreality(m): 7:33am On May 17, 2012
shymmex:

How did I quote the article out of context??

Let's take a look at the roll call of the prominent names in the article:

Wole Soyinka - Prominent Yoruba man.
Mr. Osita Okechukwu - Prominent Igbo man.
Professor Itse Sagay - Prominent Itsekiri man.
Chief Olu Falae - Prominent Yoruba man.
Chief Ayo Adebanjo - Prominent Yoruba man.
Dr Fredrick Fasehun - Prominent Yoruba man.


And yes, I had to mention their ethnic origins - because a lot of ethnic jingoists made Buhari's statement a north vs south thing, which it isn't... I just wanted to show people that almost every sane Nigerian shares Buhari's sentiments... The handwriting is on the wall - and what Buhari did ,was to paint a perfect picture..

I'm not even going to lie, the picture Gen. Buhari painted made mona lisa look like fake art lol.



A good and selfless leader must have value for humanity and dear lives of his citizenry irrespective of his or her political ambitions. Talking of rigging, We hope the televised and reported under aged voters(children) who came out enmass and voted in the North during the last 2011 presidential election wouldn't be categorized as rigging? Time will tell...Providence will overule!
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Demdem(m): 8:14am On May 17, 2012
honeric01: Bloody 2015 Controversy: CPC Replies Jonathan On Buhari:


By Rotimi Fashakin
The Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, has noted the response of Dr Goodluck Jonathan, as President of Nigeria, to the altruistic statement credited to our National Leader, General Muhammadu Buhari (GMB) wherein he had stated inter-alia dire consequences for the perpetual riggers of our electoral process in 2015. In the statement signed by Dr. Reuben Abati, Special Adviser to the President on Media, GMB was grotesquely characterized as a sectional leader.

First, GMB has been out of office as Head of Government for about 28 years, yet his relevance to the Nigerian nation is something firmly acknowledged by a broad spectrum of Nigerians, including his adversaries. As Head of State, his Oil Minister was Professor Tam David-West, a Kalabari man in Rivers state. As a Leader, he created the ambience for his ministers to work unobtrusively and devoid of executive meddlesomeness. But what do we find with Dr Goodluck Jonathan? All the appointees as Oil ministers in his two-year reign thus far as President of Nigeria have been Nigerians of Ijaw extraction, like himself!



Second, in October 1, 2010, there was a bomb blast during the year’s independence anniversary celebrations, with attendant deaths of many Nigerians. Without waiting for any preliminary report from the Security Agencies, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, as President, told a traumatized Nation, “it is not MEND!” Meanwhile, MEND is the name for the militant group from Dr Good-luck Jonathan’s ethnic extraction that had in the immediate past waged relentless and potent insurgency against the Nigerian state but had been placated with more slice of the Nation’s resources ceded to the region. Indeed, MEND impugned the President’s statement and admitted responsibility.



Third, so far as President of Nigeria, Dr Good-luck Jonathan has shown very generous affinity for Nigerians of Ijaw stock in terms of appointments and promotions in the Federal Public sector. There is a marked lopsidedness that smacks of clannishness and ethnocentrism by the President!



On Corruption and sleazy tendency, the Jonathan administration transcends all others before it! Nigerians are still befuddled by the impeachable show of arbitrariness by the regime in expending N2.67Trillion on fuel subsidy instead of the appropriated N240Billion in the 2011 appropriation act. As expected, the regime has attempted all manner of subterfuge to give Executive cover for the indicted people in the scam, who were the bank-rollers of the President’s electioneering campaign. Could it be that the missing money was funneled deliberately to the Jonathan Presidential Campaigns, with the acquiescence of the President?



GMB was quoted as saying that the Jonathan-led Federal Government is the greatest Boko-Haram. Understandably, this elicited awful response from the President. In a jejune, puerile, and very pedestrian communication, the presidential spokesman defined Boko-Haram as “Western education is sin” and went on to posit the administration’s investment in Education. How awkwardly inane could that be?!



It is common knowledge that Boko-Haram has become the euphemism for subtlety in devious schemes that cause mass killings of the innocents! As GMB aptly stated, Boko Haram has three variants, with varying degrees of severity and murderous content: the original Boko-haram that seeks to avenge the extra-judicial killing of its Leader by the Nigeria Police; the Boko Haram that pursues criminality for monetary gains and of course, the Political Boko-haram that is bent on setting the stage for ethno-religious pogrom in the Nigerian nation. It is the Political Boko Haram, with its extremely lethal content, that the Jonathan-led Federal Government represents!

·

In January 2012, Dr Good-luck Jonathan told a bewildered nation, still smarting from murderous Bombings, that his government has been infiltrated by Boko Haram.

·

In February 2012, a serving PDP senator from Borno South (Mohammed Ali Ndume) was arrested for being a member of Boko Haram.

·

In March 2012, Ndume deposed to an affidavit before a Federal High Court wherein he stated that Vice-President Namadi Sambo was aware of his activities with Boko Haram.

·

In April 2012, General Andrew Owoeye Azazi , the National Security Adviser, averred that there was indisputable proof that Boko Haram is PDP. As things stand, President Good-luck Jonathan is the national leader of PDP.



· In April 2012, Henry Okah (while standing trial on Terrorism charges) deposed to an affidavit before a South African court that President Good-luck Jonathan was the sponsor of the October 1, 2010 bombing at Eagle square. It is on record that as governor of a Niger-delta state, Dr Good-luck Jonathan (together with his brother governors) had used the MEND to command the attention of the Nigerian state.

· As a Party, we are aware of the role played by Jonathan’s PDP in the way the People’s post-electoral angst (at the subversion of their electoral will) was turned into murderous ethno-religious mayhem.

· We are also aware about how the Jonathan administration has consistently used the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) under the leadership of his fellow Niger-delta Nigerian, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, to demonize GMB in the despicable attempt to veil the murderous intent of the administration.

Meanwhile, with the hullaballoo that Dr Jonathan and his PDP elements have unwittingly caused within the Polity, should it be interpreted that there is a real effort towards ensuring that the 2015 election is also rigged as before in giving vim to the PDP Leaders’ claim of ruling Nigeria for 60 years? As a Nation, we are witnesses to the manner in which rigged elections have foisted on the Nation cluelessness in governance and rapacious impudence; it is indeed a dreary road to tread.



We insist that it is never ignoble to lose elections because President Abraham Lincoln, before being reputed to be the best American President that ever existed, was known to have lost elections several times. GMB, though lost Presidential elections three times to the rigging collusion of the Nigerian presidency and the electoral umpire, took the loss each time (like Abraham Lincoln) with equanimity!



In the meantime, we shall continue to trumpet the sterling qualities of the Buhari brand which is still a rarity among the Political players in our nation’s season of anomie. We stand unwaveringly by the statement credited to GMB!

God bless Nigeria.





Rotimi Fashakin (Engr.)

National Publicity Secretary, CPC

(Wednesday, 16th May, 2012).
http://saharareporters.com/press-release/bloody-2015-controversy-cpc-replies-jonathan-buhari


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Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by bakila: 8:22am On May 17, 2012
PapaBrowne: An assemblage of Dogs and Baboons!!!
When the violence starts, the only reason you would be spared is if your have an Islamic name!

Someone that has no political sagacity is talking about rigging. In the freest and fairest election, even if PDP fields Ibori for President he would trounce Buhari for the simple fact that people prefer thieves to terrorists!!

I would choose a thief over a terrorist.
I will choose Ibori over Buhari!

Was Ibori not also terriost apart from being a thief. And who told you that looting public funds leading to improvishing Nigerians and making them apprehensive of now and the future, turning them to armed robbers, ritualist, hired killers is not terrorism?

You prefer a proven and convicted thief and terrorist to someone who is not a thief and terroist, but said a blunt truth confirmed by GEJ NSA.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by bing(m): 8:23am On May 17, 2012
Soldier Boyz do us Proud, flush this vampires out.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by bakila: 8:27am On May 17, 2012
all4naija: Are the youths of Nigeria so silly!? What do they find in goo-for-nothing Buhari? Is there no better person to rule Nigeria than former dictator? You guys are the reason why this country is been seen by the primitive leaders as their personal property and birthright.

Those supporting Buhari should go and fu.c.k themselves! F.u.ck Buhari and his cohorts! I don't need Buhari to rule the country. Any other person would do. Can't the nation progress without him? Answer that Buhari avid supports!

If your wan F.uck you no where to go, abi you no get wife?
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by yaksh: 8:49am On May 17, 2012
yes my General we are olwys wit u, we are just waiting 4 ur command.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by babefieka(f): 9:12am On May 17, 2012
Buhari is not our messiah... He. Is old and has nothing to add to us... Are we saying we don't have young and vibraint youths that can lead this country?... Buhari will lose the elections again and again. Its in his nature to lose....
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by frankgreat(m): 9:23am On May 17, 2012
velo10: Rather than rig elections, let us not have elections at all and let Nigeria continually be a colony of Britain.


Imagine how great we would have been if we still were under Britain. grin grin
guy no b lie u talk...i av also taught of d same tin... grin
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Leboska(m): 10:19am On May 17, 2012
Some people can past any rubish & call it elders statement. If any of ur relatives was killed in d last election cos of d statement of our blood thirsty elder i'm very sure u wil not b here writing rubish. Now he want 2 suck more blood, will u sincerely pray that ur relative should b part of his victims if not keep ur mouth. If u were there 2 watch corpers die without him even minding, sincerely u will never call him patriotic. Were was his patriotism when his followers were killing innocent people. Even if he likes let him not only merge with acn but all party, he will never win or rule Nigeria! God forbide, vampires don't rule humans.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by ochiaha1(m): 10:36am On May 17, 2012
Though the current Government is yet to take Nigeria to the promised land; Buhari should recognise that its time for a generational change in Leadership.

In the US,Britain and some other countries, their leaders are in their 40s'. We expect men like Buhari to act as Elder Statemen to the younger politicians who will contest elections in year 2015 (Buhari will be about 73 years old then !!!), not call for the bloodshed of innocent Nigerians over allegedly rigged elections.

Also, we need dynamic and creative minded individuals in elected offices in year 2015, who will bring to bear their cerebral abilities and drive (ability to get things done) to solve the problems plaguing our beloved country and not a physically weak Septugenerian politician who might not have much to offer, other than call for reduction in cost of governance,a good objective, but which might not have the much desired impact in the lives of Nigerians.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Calebsky(m): 10:41am On May 17, 2012
I weep for this country called Nigeria. In a civilized nation that statement of blood-letting will lead him straight for questioning and possible arrest. It was this same man that made an unguarded statement immediately after the elections and many of our youths and corpers were hounded and killed. Nothing was done about that. Same forms of utterances from election loosers have made the country almost ungovernable with all the security issues. In as much as the present ruling party has not done enough to make lives meaningful to Nigerians, i still wonder if there are no competent, young and dynamic persons that can rule Nigeria aside this man{BUHARI}. It is utterances of so-called BUHARI supporters that makes them feel the younger generation cannot handle and lead this country well. Please, and please, Buhari should go to rest because there are more than a thousand and one competent persons that can rule this nation very well from any region. The world has moved on!
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by RuuDie(m): 11:19am On May 17, 2012
Where are the other alternatives. . .the other competent persons; the fresh young faces. . .where are we, when do we get our shot at the top-job!!?
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by RuuDie(m): 11:25am On May 17, 2012
Its just tragic that in Naija, we cannot identify with 1 party - I mean, why would someone vote ACN at the Guber polls and PDP at the FG polls. . . doesn't that already spell a conflict of interest, ideologies and utter chaos eventually!?
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Johnsinia(m): 1:21pm On May 17, 2012
My prayers and the prayers of those that was killed by boko haram "buhari and all his fans will nt see 1st jan,2015.And i seal ds prayers with d blood of jesus and also with d blood of d innocent studnts,corpers and good citizen of Nigeria that was bombd.AMEN."
am nt joking with ds prayers atall.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by hubreality(m): 1:39pm On May 17, 2012
If Gen Buhari(rtd) is selfless, has value for humanity and dear lives of the citizenry, he should drop the ambition to rule Nigeria again. Only in Africa, do leaders want to rule and die in power.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by likearose(f): 1:43pm On May 17, 2012
In asmuch as there's no accounting for taste,I wonder wat is wrong with the so-called youths of Today. Why aя̩ε̲̣ be be-clouded with sentiments that we can't even tell ourselves the simple truth. The present administration no doubt is not living up to expectation howw aя̩ε̲̣ u sure Buhari will be the messiah that will put food on Ūя̲̅ table.

Fellow NLrs,if D̶̲̥̅̊‎​ truth be told,last election was to an extent D̶̲̥̅̊‎​ fairest election in Nigeria apart from d 1993 election which was annulled. ♓☺W on earth did Buhari thnk he could v won D̶̲̥̅̊‎​ last election in Nigeria. Where n where did he campaign in D̶̲̥̅̊‎​ SE n SS even thee SW? Does he not know thee power of campaign or he thinks the pple will vote for him when he couldn't recognise them? C'mon,u guys shuld ne nice.

Again,wat Ȋ̝̊̅§ Buhari's idea of a free n fair election? I suppose its only if CPC wins*laughable*.He jst lost his Party's chance come 2015 cos no sane person will cast his/her vote for a silly fellow who aids and abet violence. God intervene Pls!!
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by badesco(m): 2:41pm On May 17, 2012
Buhari has further demonstrated that he is not true Elder statesman and his quest to clinch on power by force is turning him into insane person. It is better that the man be refer to a mental home for immediate treatment. Must he become president by force? even if the election is free and fair he still cant win the election. Why? because i do not know where he intend to get his votes from, because the Yorubas or the Igbos will not vote for the useless boko haram man.
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by Ranks007(m): 2:41pm On May 17, 2012
Buhari shey na your papa get Nigeria?
Re: ACF, CPC, CNPP, & Some Nigerians Defend Buhari's Statement by cindyrella(f): 3:24pm On May 17, 2012
I just weep for nija.... cry cry cry

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