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|Politics / Re: Ombatse Militiamen Attack Herdsmen Again by ganye1: 7:03pm On May 22|
One thing I am sure of is that the fulani will retaliate. They are used to this type of things and they will respond. It is there only guaranty of survival.
|Politics / Re: Delta Speaker Renovated His Home With N88M by ganye1: 6:00am On May 21|
[quote author=chidindufrank]The man is too greedy. He must taste the bitter pill. GEJ doesn't spare any corrupt person. D man don jam be dat. But wait,I hope this story is not washeyy[/quote
Do you really believe what you type?
|Politics / Northern Elders Support Emergency Rule – Lawal Kaita by ganye1: 8:34pm On May 17|
Northern elders support emergency rule –
By Ishola Balogun
The latest in the bloodletting that has engulfed the
country in the last three years was the killing of over
120 policemen in Nasarawa State , a few days after the
pogrom in Baga, a fishing community located in the
border town,180 kilometres north of Maiduguri, the
Borno State capital occurred.
About 185 people including women and children were
massacred. From Borno to Kano, Yobe to Nasarawa down
to Adamawa, Kaduna and Plateau, communal clashes are
on the increase, the much desired peace is elusive as
people sleep every day saying their last prayers should
there be any sudden attack. The vampires, cultists,
terrorists and amorphous murderers are on the loose.
Even as the country is enveloped in the smoke from
Boko Haram terror, the bestiality of the blood thirsty
cultists who ambushed three contingent of policemen in
Bayelsa state as well as the plethora of extra judicial
killings by security personnel in the country are sources
According to the report released by Amnesty
International, Nigeria’s human rights situation has
deteriorated. Hundreds of people were killed in
politically motivated, communal and sectarian violence
across the country.
It states further that violent attacks attributed to the
religious sect Boko Haram increased, killing more than
500 people with the security personel responsible for
hundreds of unlawful killings, most of which remained
uninvestigated. Around two thirds of all prison inmates
were still awaiting trial.
There were 982 people on death row. No executions
were reported. Forced evictions continued throughout
the country, and violence against women remained rife.
More than 200 people died in clashes in Plateau State
alone, in relation to long-standing tensions and land
conflicts between different ethnic groups.
Reacting to the latest development, the former governor
of Kaduna State, Alhaji Lawal Kaita said the decision to
impose emergency rule Borno, Yobe, Adamawa states
was well thought out. “It is in order, every right thinking
person will support it. All we want is peace and if this
will usher in the peace, why should anyone kick against
it?” he stated.
Lawan agreed that Nigeria as a country has never had it
so bad but opined that with this action of the
government, things will begin to change in some of
these violent prone states. “We will see the positive
things this decision will bring so that the killings will
He added that if the killings do not stop, then Nigeria
must do something else. When asked what will that be,
the former governor maintained: “I don’t know”
He added that all hands must be on deck to stop the
killing. “we just have to stop the killings enough is
As the National Assembly is yet to ratify the declaration
of state of emergency in Yobe, Borno and Adamawa
states, many believe the ratification will scale through in
view of the fact that it has received overwhelming
support of the masses in the last few days.
Kaita said retaining all the democratic structures in the
states where emergency rule have been placed, makes
the decision widely accepted. The former governor
stated that it is not witch-hunting any body but the
desire to have a lasting peace is what is important.
He added: People should not look at it politically or
otherwise by from the prism of sincere approach to have
a lasting peace. He said: “Whether it is political or not,
all we are craving for is peace. So, retaining all the
democratic structures in the states where emergency
rule has been declared does not matter. What matters is
the end result of achieving peace.”
He declared that the entire north is in support of the
action. “It is peace we want, we don’t want war, so any
one who do not support it should come out to say he
desired the latter.
Let us not be deceived by anybody, the elders are in
support of it and if a state of emergency will be declared
in my own house to bring peace, let it be,” he opined.
As it is now, all eyes are on the military high command
to restore peace in those areas.
|Politics / Re: Lagos Rejects Hijab In Public Schools by ganye1: 1:45pm On May 15|
ckkris:Please can you explain how does wearing hijab disturb others?
|Politics / Re: Human-Rights Is Silent Over Nasarawa Police Killings : Why? by ganye1: 11:53pm On May 11|
The human right groups are in the business of protecting people who are weak against the exceeses of the govt and institutions. The police are armed and are capable of defending themselves.
|Politics / Re: North's Population Figures Is Not A Fraud-(a Reply To Asari Dokubo) by ganye1: 2:21pm On May 11|
dirifred:If I am not mistaken the last census was Conducted by Obasanjo, a southern Christian, so blame him don't blame northerners for the not including religion and tribe on the questioner. Don't forget that finger prints were captured during the 2006 census.
|Politics / Re: Boko Haram Plans Air Strike- JTF by ganye1: 8:45am On May 11|
"The military sources said they acted on very reliable
intelligence from residents who had started noticing
suspicious moves and faces in the area."
If they have gotten intelligence from the residents why did they kill residents of Baga?
|Politics / Policemen Attack Maiduguri Hospital, Shoots Doctor, Beats-Up Medical Staff by ganye1: 7:42pm On May 09|
The University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, UMTH, was shut-down early today, Thursday, when policemen, who brought corpses of their colleagues that were killed in Bama carnage to the hospital’s morgue went on rampage, shooting a medical Doctor, beating to coma some medical staff, and destroying a number medical laboratories in the hospital.
A staff of the hospital who did not want his name in print said the police who brought the corpses from Bama yesterday for deposit were told that the morgue was full of other corpses, but insisted that their own corpses must also be admitted.
He said "You know when there is no place to keep corpses sometimes they are kept on the floor pending when a space is created for refrigerating, but when they came this morning, the mobile policemen went on rampage and started shooting. They beat up a professor and other medical staff and also shot a medical doctor before some Military men in the hospital came to bring the situation under control.”
According to him, the hospital has been shutdown for now, as some doctors have threatened, not to attend to policemen who are being brought for treatment almost on a daily basis.
“The doctors are saying that, they deserve some respect from the uniform men because some of the security operatives, particularly the police have this disrespecting attitude towards them. Some of these doctors and professors they beat up would have been IGPs if they were policemen, but somebody who is far down the ladder would be treating them as nobody.” he explained.
Also a top security official, who did not want his name published said a professor at the UMTH called and told him what happened at the hospital, stressing that, the incident was unfortunate.
Attempt to confirm the incident failed as efforts to speak with the Police Commissioner, Yuguda Abdullahi who was at the Maiduguri Government House about one hour after the incident refused to talk to our correspondent. He quickly entered his car and shut the door, even as his orderly told reporters that he would not want to speak to the Press.
|Politics / Re: Assistant Police-Commissioner, 29 Officers Killed In Nasarawa Clash by ganye1: 5:32pm On May 09|
The Fulani's have become scapegoats for every violence committed in Nigeria to the exend that if a group like the 'ombatse' committed a mass murder of our security men, it will be explained as a deed done out of their fear of the Fulani.
|Politics / Re: Policemen & SSS Operatives Killed In Nasarawa Ambush by ganye1: 6:35am On May 09|
Inik: Tragic. The eggon people should be held accountable for the deathsHow?
|Politics / Re: President Yar'adua - 3 Years Remembrance by ganye1: 1:49pm On May 05|
The man was selfish and his ambition consumed him. He knew his health was not good enough to withstand the rigours and stress of leading a country like Nigeria yet he selfishly accepted to be drafted into race for presidency which is the reason why we are where we are today. I hope selfish people like him would learnt their lesson from him. May Allah forgive his sins.
|Politics / Shettima Monguno Kidnapped In Maiduguri by ganye1: 3:37pm On May 03|
EX OIL MINISTER MONGUNO KIDNAPPED IN MAIDUGURI
Former Nigerian minister, Shettima Ali Monguno, has been
kidnapped in troubled Maiduguri, the Borno State capital.
Mr. Monguno, 87, was kidnapped by gunmen as he left the
mosque after Jumat prayers on Friday, in the Mafoni Ward area
of the city.
Mr. Monguno is a vocal and influential politician and
The reasons for his kidnap is yet unclear. But the Joint Military
Task Force keeping peace in the region had warned earlier in
the week that the extremist Boko Haram sect had plans to
embark on kidnappings for ransom.
Reacting to the kidnap of the former minister, a journalist,
Abdulrafiu Lawal, who knows Mr. Monguno well said the
abduction was an indication that Nigeria has lost its values.
Mr. Lawal said, “Shettima Ali Monguno has done so much for
Borno and Nigeria as the country’s first petroleum minister
who pioneered oil exploration in the Chad basin.
“He retired from public service many years ago,sold his house
in Abuja to build a female hostel for University of Maiduguri
about seven years ago.
“The only house he has now is the present one near
Government House Maiduguri .He also donated all his books
to the Borno state library about nine years ago.
“He awards scholarship annually to students in the state, a
thing state governments and politicians have only struggled to
Does this harmless elder statesman who served his fatherland
selflessly deserved this kind of treatment? We have lost our
|Politics / Re: DELSU Student Hacks Into Uduaghan’s Phone by ganye1: 7:31am On May 01|
Allohrandy: If the boy is to be arrested, then the VC and senate governing council of DELSU must also be arrested for altering the boy's result..What shocked me is not the hacking of the governors phone but the altering of the student's result by the university authorities.
|Politics / DELSU Student Hacks Into Uduaghan’s Phone by ganye1: 6:45am On May 01|
DELSU student hacks into Uduaghan’s phone
May 1, 2013 | 5:39 am
BY EMMA AMAIZE
WARRI— A 400-level medical student of Delta State
University, DELSU, Abraka, in Delta State, has been
arrested by the police for allegedly hacking into
Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan’s phone.
The student, who failed in pharmacology and pathology
course sent a text message, purportedly from the
governor, to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Eric Arubayi,
requesting him to upgrade his scores.
Vanguard gathered that enraged Govenor Uduaghan
asked the vice chancellor to report the matter to the
police and ensure the student was arrested when the
matter was brought to his knowledge, as he never sent
The affected student in a statement to the police,
however, denied the allegation.
Investigation by Vanguard showed that the matter was
causing ripples in the university, as the university
authorities, apparently responding to the request,
upgraded the score of the student in pharmacology.
The poser by concerned stakeholders is: Assuming, but
not conceding that the text message emanated from the
governor, should the vice chancellor have altered the
scores of a student that failed his examination?”
This is, however, not the first time the governor’s phone
had been hacked into by fraudsters. They had hacked
into his Airtel and MTN phone numbers in the past as
well as his email address.
The first text message to the vice chancellor on July 24
reads: “My able VC, Chief Tony Anenih called me in
respect of one boy that just wrote pathology and
pharmacology exam in 400 level Medicine. My able Prof,
I want you to ensure that boy passes, you know I cannot
afford to disappoint Chief Tony Anenih. Am in a
meeting. These are the details. CHS/04/05/88406.”
Thinking that the text message was actually from the
governor, as it came from the number with which he
saved the governor’s name, Uduaghan 1 in his phone,
Prof Arubayi replied, asking for the student’s name to
which the hacker replied: “His name is Imala W. Kelly.
My able VC, all I want is the boy to pass. Chief Tony
Anenih has been calling.”
DELSU vice chancellor, Prof Arubayi, confirmed to
Vanguard in his office, Monday, that he, in fact, received
the said text message and contacted the governor after
the scores of students who scored between 48-49 in
pharmacology was upgraded to 50 based on standing
regulation of the university, “but he denied ever sending
me such a text message.”
He said the Academic Board of the College of Health
Sciences had met and approved the scores in pathology,
which the student scored 46, and there was nothing that
could be done about it, other than for the affected
person to go for a resit, adding: “That is what I advised
Prof Arubayi told Vanguard that it was the Provost of the
College of Sciences, Dr. John Ohaju-Obodo, that drew his
attention about a week after that a text message,
purportedly from the governor, appointing him chairman
of a juicy government committee was received by him,
but when he contacted the governor, he told him it was
He said he wasted no time when he confirmed the truth
from the governor in summoning the student and
handing him over to the police for cyber crime.
“I am even surprised that the police have not charged
him to court, as far as I am concerned, this is an EFCC
case,” he said.
He said the student was currently facing a disciplinary
panel for breach of matriculation oath, but lamented
that he had not appeared before the panel.
A university source said the student had been
suspended, but as at Monday, he was seen attending
lectures and had refused to vacate his room despite
orders to that effect from the authorities.
Prof Arubayi laughed when told by Vanguard that he was
being accused of examination malpractice, saying, “Did
the student give me money to change his scores or is he
a girl to say that she is my girlfriend, what was done was
based on the regulation of the school,”
Deputy Vice Chancellor, Prof Chukwuemeka Peter
Aloamaka and provost, Dr Ohaju –Obodo told Vanguard
that no unilateral decision was taken by the vice
chancellor, as the appropriate organ looked into the
matter before upgrading the scores of five to six
students based on the institution’s regulation.
|Politics / Re: Boko Haram Militants Showing Off Weapons From An Army Barack Raid (VIDEO) by ganye1: 2:00pm On Apr 30|
sakaguchi: I guess I'm completely being misunderstood here, I don't hold any apologia with boko haram and their ideologies, I have NEVER and would NEVER support what they stand for, what they do and how they set about doing it. What I said was that "their gallantry is commendable"People just do not want to bear truth. our security men are a disgrace. Or how do you explain a situation where four, just four, boko haram members would over run a prison facility being guarded by eighteen armed security men which include army, mobile pokicemen and prison armed guards?
|Politics / Re: Home Of Former IGP, Hafiz-Ringim Bombed by ganye1: 6:25am On Apr 29|
There is a serious problem with some guys. Here is a guy who was targetted in a suicide attack and now his house bombed and you are accusing him of being attacked because he stopped funding them or organising the attack to get asylum. And all this because the attack pattern does not conform to your concept of being the only victims of the crisis.
|Politics / Re: Jonathan Quiet More Than 48 Hours After Soldiers Massacred 185 Civilian In Borno by ganye1: 6:39am On Apr 23|
sakaguchi: Boko Haram members opened fire on unarmed civilians raining carnage while people ran to low lying shrub for refuge. The JTF arrived after the number of civilians gunned down by the Islamist bulged up. When JTF arrived, the terrorist as it is characteristic of them turn many fleeing villagers as human shield. That was what I watched and heard. The way the OP has painted the issue is as if the soldiers gunned down fleeing villagers. As much as we may not like Jonathan, it is iniquitous to post libelous statements to buttress our points. That being said, it is unfortunate, indeed, very appalling if the president is yet to speak on the carnage.Clap for yourself for coming up with such a brilliant defence of the action of JTF. So BH was killing the civilians and JTF came and finish off all of them and it is ok for you? Thats brilliant clap for yourself once more. I think many are saying the villagers deserved what they got because they were habouring BH and now when it suits your arguement the villagers are being killed by BH and JTF liberated them by killing them and burning their village.
|Politics / Margret Thatcher's Dead Marked With Street Parties In Some British Communities by ganye1: 1:09pm On Apr 10|
Disunited in mourning: police fear Thatcher funeral may
turn into security nightmare
A A A
Fears of civil disorder in capital as plans are revealed for
partially state-funded ceremonial funeral, as MPs gather to pay
tribute to Baroness Thatcher
Anti Thatcher graffiti in west Belfast, Northern Ireland
Flowers and mementos left by members of the public and
admirers sit outside the home of former British Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher in central London; Anti Margaret Thatcher
graffiti adorns a wall on the Falls Road in west Belfast,
By JEROME TAYLOR , OSCAR QUINE
Wednesday 10 April 2013
Police officers are monitoring social media, internet forums and
BlackBerry messaging networks in the expectation that
Margaret Thatcher's funeral procession next Wednesday will be
targeted by protesters.
The possibility of demonstrations during the funeral has raised
concerns that police may adopt the controversial tactic of
making pre-emptive arrests.
Plans appear to be under way for different groups to
demonstrate during the funeral, and to hold celebrations
around the country on the same day.
Police concerns have been fuelled by the impromptu street
parties which broke out on Monday evening in Leeds, Bristol,
Brixton, Liverpool and Glasgow – some of which resulted in
arrests after clashes with officers.
Police and security-service planning for Baroness Thatcher's
funeral has been under way for three and a half years. Officers
will probably be required to line the route from the Houses of
Parliament to St Paul's Cathedral to make sure that the
cortège is not stopped.
The protests present a logistical headache for the Metropolitan
Police, whose officers will have to make sure the procession is
not disrupted while respecting the public's right to voice an
opinion on one of Britain's most divisive politicians.
A Met spokesman said: "London's police, the MPS, City of
London and British Transport Police are working together to
deliver a security operation for Baroness Thatcher's funeral.
Given the nature of the event, our operation will use of a
range of appropriate tactics." The Met's first large-scale
challenge is likely to be handling anti-Thatcher protests this
Saturday evening in Trafalgar Square – a part of London
associated with the moment the former Prime Minister's
power began to crumble as poll tax protests turned violent.
The Met has made "pre-emptive" arrests in recent years after
gathering intelligence about high-profile demonstrations –
most notably before the Royal Wedding in 2011. Scores of
people were detained in its run-up.
Some of those arrested took their case to the High Court
which ruled that, on the facts of the individual cases, the
arrests were lawful. An appeal is set to take place this
summer. At the time of the original case one of the
arguments police used to justify the arrests was that they
aimed to protect minority protesters from angry crowds.
Daniel, a 26-year-old from south London who was at Monday
night's Brixton protest and is helping to organise something
similar for Saturday evening, told The Independent: "There's
never been an event with such a publicity run-up. At Brixton,
the samba band and a sound system just turned up. Something
similar will happen on Saturday. People will come and there'll
be a few portable sound systems there."
He believed protests would only turn violent if the police tried
to stop people voicing their opinion. "It would be unwise of
the police to come down hard," he said. "Even a heavy police
presence will provoke a reaction."
The legislation that allows for pre-emptive arrests is narrow
and human rights lawyers have warned against any pre-funeral
Michael Oswald, from Bhatt Murphy solicitors, which
represented 15 people who were arrested during the Royal
Wedding, said: "There must be a concern that the events that
took place in Bristol and Brixton will be used by the police to
justify the kind of tactics that were seen in the run-up to and
during the Royal Wedding.
|Politics / Re: Patience Jonathan Fires Her Spokesman, Appoints US-based Satirist by ganye1: 3:48am On Apr 01|
Is this an April fool joke?
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 9:12am On Mar 29|
ecosanders: Listen 2 urself bloody bit*ch, ppl lost their life, n u r here spewing arrant nons*ense, because d attack doesnt affect ur kinsmen, tot u eediots usualy claimed d attackers r only targetting Igbo n Xtians, in fact u must b a goat u shameless crone, u dare bring ur Biafra nonsense in2 meaningful thread, pocknosing in2 wetin no concern una amebo òshí. Always looking 4 Yoruba, Hausa thread 2 bash. Ribal Ewu, eran Akuya, she-goat.Thank you.
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 9:10am On Mar 29|
Toktee: Ok,but they are not properly trained to stand such overwhelming invassion naIf Soldiers and mobile policemen are not trained to face a bunch of terrorist then who is? I am telling the the mobile policemen and soldiers far out number the attackers. For instance there were more than fifteen armed mobile policemen, soldiers and prison armed squad, who were aware of the impending attack, guarding the prison yet attackers easily over ran the prison without being challenged.
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 9:02am On Mar 29|
emmysenior: Lols. how can the police and soldiers face the attackers when they don't have as much sophisticated weapons and armoury as the BH things? At the mention of ijebu garri, all flakes must bow na.How can the attackers have more sophisticated arms tham the Nigerian state?
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 8:51am On Mar 29|
chosen04: I thought GANYE contributed 4000 strong army during the Biafran war? So what now happened? Have they developed cold feet from defending themselves when attacked by their 1967-70 extended family members?And wherr did get that Hanye contributrd 4000 troops? If you don't know what to say about the glaring cowardice exhibited by the police and the soldiers please shut up. It is the soldiers and police that are trained, given arms amd paid to protect the people and yet they ran and you are talking about people of Ganye developing cold feet. On that day if had a gun I would have killed a number of the attackers. I think the problem with the security is that the cowardice at the top is transmitted to them.
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 10:02pm On Mar 28|
Toktee: May God protect and console you all,for no help shall come from the federal government cos they are busy looting the country but their end iz near,believe me with God all things are possibleThis is not about federal govt it is about cowardice exhibited by the police and soldiers. The prison was being guarded by armrd soldiers, mobile policemen, regular police and prisons armed squad and when they heard gun shot they simply melted away.
|Politics / Re: Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 9:54pm On Mar 28|
okosodo: Nonsense talk, you are trying to praise boko haram before their masterPlease if you don't have anything to say shut up. I was in Ganye when the attack happened all the security including soldiers and mobile policemen stationed in the town ran away. The attackers took over the town for more than three hours and the security simply ran and hid themselves. Had they done their job most of thr attackers would have been killed.
|Politics / Soldiers Police Ran Away When Boko Haram Attacked Ganye Emir Tells Buhari by ganye1: 7:37pm On Mar 28|
Former Head of State, retired Major General Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the people of Ganye in Adamawa State over the recent attack by gunmen.
He expressed the condolence during his visit to the Gangwari of Ganye, Umaru Sanda, at the latter’s palace on Thursday.
Mr. Buhari, who was represented by the Adamawa State Chairman of the Congress for Progressive Change, CPC, Mohammed Waziri, sympathised with the people over the loss of lives and property.
“On behalf of our presidential candidate, the CPC National Headquarters, state governorship candidate, Buba Marwa, and the entire CPC family, we wish to register our sympathy with you and the entire people of your chiefdom over the unfortunate incident of loss of lives and property that occurred in the area,’’ the party chairman said.
He prayed for the repose of the souls of the departed and quick recovery of the lost property.
“We pray to the Almighty to expose the perpetrators and continue to protect the country from these ungodly acts,’’ he said.
Soldiers ran away
Responding Mr. Sanda thanked Mr. Buhari and other party officials for identifying with them at their hour of need.
“What really happened in Ganye Town is sad and pitiful, the teams of soldiers and police that were supposed to protect our lives and property all abandoned us and ran away during the attack.
“We are just waiting for our death on that day because nobody protected us,’’ the traditional ruler said.
He called on the people to pray for divine intervention so that the country would witness permanent peace and stability.
|Politics / Re: Tafawa Balewa Was An Intelligent Man by ganye1: 5:23pm On Mar 27|
Dede1:I think, he meant Trevor Clark.
|Politics / Re: Boko Haram: An Agenda Against The North, Hausa/fulani And Islam By Aminu Sarki by ganye1: 1:04pm On Mar 27|
One_Naira: Hmmm tell us more story. It's Christian's, MB, Igbo, Malians,nigeriens, it's everyone but Hausa/Fulani people. While they at it, maybe they can also explain why this "Christians" are targeting churches but not mosques? Why this "Christians" are killing more MB and other southerners than their own? Why this "Christians" are asking for Muslim related stuff before they can cease fire? The war in Mali are equally started by this "Christians". While we at it, was it also this "Christians" that promised to make the nation ungovernable if GEJ won and ever since he won, they have been doing so. The most hated man to many in south and many Christians, buhari, was used as a spokesperson by this "Christians". Let me guess, the Christians also did all the post election killing too right?The article explained why churches and christians are targeted i.e. to cause polirisation of the population, especially in the north, and cast the hausa/fulani in bad light. The article also accepted that there is the religious boko haram which uses viokence to achieve its objectives of establishing an islamic state.
|Politics / Re: Security Agents, Not Boko Haram Behind Bombings – Uzor Kalu by ganye1: 12:47pm On Mar 27|
It may not be far from the truth given the fact the more the security situation worsen the more money is allocated to them.
|Politics / Re: BREAKING NEWS: Court Vacates Arrest Warrant Against Ex-pension Boss, Maina by ganye1: 12:44pm On Mar 27|
Maina just like the subsidy cabal would never be prosecuted because, from all indications, they stole the money for some people at the very top of the government and if they are prisecuted they will name the actual beneficiaries.
|Politics / Re: A Northerner Must Emerge In 2015 Or Nigeria Will Divide - Lawal Kaita by ganye1: 10:05pm On Mar 26|
Why can't you stop for a monent and ask yourself how did naijapundit get this story because no where in the story did they disclose how they got the story or when and where Lawal Kaita made the statement attributed to him. Naijapundit is fun of publishing these type of stories to further their devilish agenda.
|Politics / Re: A Northerner Must Emerge In 2015 Or Nigeria Will Divide - Lawal Kaita by ganye1: 8:45pm On Mar 26|
If Kaita actially said this it is very wrong but Naijapundit is a source I would believe. In the story they did not say when and where Kaita made the statement they ascribe to him. Did Naijapundit interview him or they gotten the story from another source which they did not disclose. The story sounds fishy.
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