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Politics / Re: Why Buhari Must Not Run - Dr Nelson by Gbawe: 10:54pm On Nov 23
lanrefront1:
Crap and bullshit..... full of half truths, twisted logic, stating so many speculations as if they are facts, even giving prophecy on flawed and severely biased analysis.

The writer is nothing but a paid character assassin pretending to be a patriot and concerned neutral citizen.


If Buhari is so terrible that even the Hausas knows, then why all the bother. why not just leave him and let him fail.

Please keep advise and stuff down your..... I'm sure you know where..

Spot on. The whole thing is nothing but the same repetitive scaremongering and tired horse dung most Nigerians no longer fall for. Why are they scared of GMB? Is it because they know he ,more than any other candidate, is assured of sweeping the North and is now , unlike before, capable of doing well in other parts of Nigeria courtesy of GEJ's abject misrule and hideous looting/corruption? Why not simply meet Buhari at the polls if he is the APC candidate?

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Politics / Re: Why Buhari Must Not Run - Dr Nelson by Gbawe: 10:06pm On Nov 23
bitterpenis:
Na Jonathan fit to contest abi? Rubbish

Don't mind them. I don't understand why TANdroids cannot just devote themselves to meeting GMB at the polls if he emerges APC candidate. Instead of selling their candidate to Nigerians ,when he is an incumbent who should have no problems if he has performed, they fully concentrate all effort on trying to scare Nigerians away from GMB and listing numerous bogus 'reasons' why Buhari should not run.

At the end of the day, this writer is entitled to her opinion as long as TANdroids understand that no one's personal opinion is binding on others. Same way many of us can list why GEJ should simply throw in the towel and head back to Bayelsa today. Yet why bother when we accept, unlike TANdroids, that every Nigerian has a right to vote or be voted for.

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Politics / Re: Ondo Hip Hop Artiste Dedicates Song To GMB; Ajakaye "Sai Buhari" by Gbawe: 9:43pm On Nov 23
zomby:
Well put together... Well done brother.

I see great things coming towards this brother.

Sai Buhari 100% !!!!

Indeed. I stand to be corrected but I don't think any non-Northern musician wrote a song for Buhari's candidacy in 2011. This is an indication of the hope reposed in Buhari today and the greater goodwill Nigerians have for him after "the boy with no shoes" has completely destroyed the faith many Nigerians had in the belief that a "young and educated" President , from a minority ethnic group and a poor background, would be the messiah. Now many Nigerians know better and appreciate that nothing beats relying on the character a man displays, day in and day out, to judge his ability to lead. No more "boy with shoes" ruse or " I walked 100 miles to school" mago mago.

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Politics / Re: Ondo Hip Hop Artiste Dedicates Song To GMB; Ajakaye "Sai Buhari" by Gbawe: 9:34pm On Nov 23
Good of this young man ojare. He is making his own unique contribution towards a GMB win and a better Nigeria. It is time for all purposeful Nigerians ,any way they can, to begin doing their bit for a better future for themselves and generations unborn. We cannot carry on with a man(GEJ) whose sole mission is to loot Nigeria dry and create, at the expense of ordinary Nigerians, an ultra-corrupt group of hideously rich folks who buy private jets the way ordinary Nigerians buy second hand bicycles.

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Politics / Re: Write Up About Oga Jona, Nigerians Must Shine Their Eyes by Gbawe: 4:43pm On Nov 23
hugoart:
It's obvious to Jonathan propagandists that 2015 is the year of reckoning.

The chicken will happily come home to roost.


The broom will dutifully sweet away the morons.

Clueless will be surprised.

Let's join hands and minds and souls and body and heart,and bring back Nigeria from the afflictions of the pdp(the most corrupt party in the world) .

I say a big YES to that.

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Politics / Re: Write Up About Oga Jona, Nigerians Must Shine Their Eyes by Gbawe: 4:32pm On Nov 23
edozie04:
Come 2015 GEJ must go


Indeed. What has GEJ done in regards to the major problems of Nigeria if not worsened most of them? We all know the problems that will, if unresolved, continue to prevent Nigeria from growing and developing adequately.

Do we like that we are no closer to refining our crude endowment optimally 5 years after GEJ has been President? Do some people know what Nigeria can achieve economically if we refine our crude optimally to the extent we meet domestic need and have surplus to sell?

Who can be happy, given how pivotally important power supply is, that all GEJ could deliver over 5 years is crony capitalism, enriching AGIPs and friends of Government, packaged as "power privatisation". A considerable time after the sale of power assets, have Nigerians not only noted worsened power supply? This is direct sabotage of Nigeria's future by GEJ.

Do we need to mention oil bunkering and how GEJ disgracefully created a "'conducive' environment for the greatest volume of oil theft in Nigeria's current history? Who awards pipeline protection contract to militants like Tompolo for god sake if not an economic saboteur?

Do we even need to mention corruption which is one of the biggest impediment to the growth and development of Nigeria and most African countries? While we see what other Africans are doing to fight this scourge our own President is a brazenly direct promoter and ally of corruption. The likes of Ifeanyi Uba who should be in jail for treasonous corrupt act that could cripple Nigeria (fuel subsidy scam) are today sponsors and coordinators of the TAN fraud seeking to return GEJ to power. Emphatically the world over, the conclusion is that GEJ is corruption and corruption is GEJ.

How about the need for strong and independent institutions? Did Obama not tell us that Africa needs strong institution and not strong men? In 5 years under GEJ, how has Nigeria fared strengthening her institutions? A big F9 is the only grade suitable if a worse category cannot be created for jonathan. Under GEJ, Nigeria's most influential institutions and parastatals now do not bother pretending to be anything other than an arm of the PDP ready to do and say anything in support of the Party's woeful leadership of Nigeria. This is one of the most tragic and harmful development the GEJ Presidency has brought which will take decades to reverse.

Shall we talk about the unfeasibly high cost of running the affairs of government in Nigeria which consumes around 70% of our budgeted yearly spending ? How many analysts and economic experts, home and abroad, have told us that Nigeria can never grow and develop effectively committing so much to recurrent spending (70% or more) while devoting a relatively puny amount (30% or less) to capital spending? When reality show that only serious cost-cutting and money-saving reforms is the way forward, how has GEJ responded in 5 years as President? By buying planes, literally swallowing billions down his throat, entrenching further waste and profligacy everywhere and generally worsening the problem of bloated governance Nigeria has always suffered from. Our democracy has seen zero 'streamlining' under GEJ. If anything, and au contraire, the nightmarish notion of perennial bloated governance is now a greatly worsened reality under GEJ.

What of badly needed reform of our armed forces to make them more efficient at carrying out their primary duty of protecting Nigerian lives and porperty? The NPF and secret services, DSS for example, are now nothing but glorified mouthpieces and errand boys/gatemen plus election 'orderlies' of the PDP. The army,under GEJ, can only record serious low morals, poor motivation and serious under-equipping caused by the monumental corruption GEJ is known for which facilitated the disappearance of over $18 billions disbursed to help our army confront and defeat terror !!! Our oga will not even consider State police yet he has no interest in improving what he has and turning it into a modern, well-trained and wel-equipped force able to protect Nigerian lives and property !!!!!!!

I could go on all day yet the message, for sensible folks, is obvious. Only devilish and highly anti-Nigerian enemies of progress will want GEJ to continue beyond 2015. They will brandish all manner of cheap cosmetic 'makeover' as "achievements" whereas some of the relatively few issues I raised above (o yes there are many more) make it obvious Nigeria is currently led by a man who is, by far, the worst leader possible. Nigeria vote wisely next year and do not sell yourself further into the elite-driven slavery GEJ is championing. Jonathan is only working for corruption, militants, terrorists, scammers, AGIPs (any government in power), anarchists, gun-totting criminals and the private jet oligarchs entrenching greater poverty and socio-economic misery for the masses.

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Politics / Re: Gej Administration Is A Shame! - Opinion by Gbawe: 1:52pm On Nov 23
ayukdaboss:

You're fooling yourself.

Don't mind him. The reality is that most Nairalanders and indeed Nigerians are too sentimental than is good for any adult. This leads them to ignore facts and reality to then be peddling falsehood and self-defeatist hogwash. The truth is that all intelligent and critically-aware adults know the major problems Nigeria has to overcome to make sustainable progress and attain socio-economic development which will elevate us to the status of being one the most developed societies known to man.

It is not cassava bread deception or such 'trivial pursuits' we should be touting as achievement if a nation of educated and balanced people who know how to think effectively and critically. The list of our major issues I put up above, which GEJ has mainly worsened, are even a tip of the iceberg. These are the issues which a sophisticated electorate would be discussing because it is clear to them that their nation is going nowhere until those problems are adequately resolved. Yet me and you know the reality of Nigeria to appreciate majority of our emotional people will focus on all sorts of prejudice which clouds their outlook to make them pronounce that white is black or that the Sky is burgundy-coloured. GEJ is a big failure in so far as he has had nil impact on our major problems and even directly worsened most of them. This is the fact-based reality all balanced adults will not/cannot deny

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Politics / Re: Gej Administration Is A Shame! - Opinion by Gbawe: 8:30am On Nov 23
@OP

You have not even touched on the main issues. Nigerians should begin asking themselves if GEJ has effectively tackled a single one of our major problems. Let us stop fooling ourselves. Worldwide, the major problems of Nigeria are known . They are the specific set of perennial problems that will always ensure Nigeria remains underdeveloped if they are not tackled effectively. The truth is that GEJ has worsened virtually all these major problems.

It is a personal shame to me, and an indication many Nigerians are dishonest hacks, to always read a list of 'achievements' of GEJ on these sort of threads which in reality, and in relation to the real solutions Nigeria need, amount to compete frivolities. How, if we are not insane, are we not united in seeing that this man must be booted out for worsening the major problems keeping Nigeria down?

Do we like that we are no closer to refining our crude endowment optimally 5 years after GEJ has been President? Do some people know what Nigeria can achieve economically if we refine our crude optimally to the extent we meet domestic need and have surplus to sell?

Who can be happy, given how pivotally important power supply is, that all GEJ could deliver over 5 years is crony capitalism, enriching AGIPs and friends of Government, packaged as "power privatisation". A considerable time after the sale of power assets, have Nigerians not only noted worsened power supply? This is direct sabotage of Nigeria's future by GEJ.

Do we need to mention oil bunkering and how GEJ disgracefully created a "'conducive' environment for the greatest volume of oil theft in Nigeria's current history? Who awards pipeline protection contract to militants like Tompolo for god sake if not an economic saboteur?

Do we even need to mention corruption which is one of the biggest impediment to the growth and development of Nigeria and most African countries? While we see what other Africans are doing to fight this scourge our own President is a brazenly direct promoter and ally of corruption. The likes of Ifeanyi Uba who should be in jail for treasonous corrupt act that could cripple Nigeria (fuel subsidy scam) are today sponsors and coordinators of the TAN fraud seeking to return GEJ to power. Emphatically the world over, the conclusion is that GEJ is corruption and corruption is GEJ.

How about the need for strong and independent institutions? Did Obama not tell us that Africa needs strong institution and not strong men? In 5 years under GEJ, how has Nigeria fared strengthening her institutions? A big F9 is the only grade suitable if a worse category cannot be created for jonathan. Under GEJ, Nigeria's most influential institutions and parastatals now do not bother pretending to be anything other than an arm of the PDP ready to do and say anything in support of the Party's woeful leadership of Nigeria. This is one of the most tragic and harmful development the GEJ Presidency has brought which will take decades to reverse.

Shall we talk about the unfeasibly high cost of running the affairs of government in Nigeria which consumes around 70% of our budgeted yearly spending ? How many analysts and economic experts, home and abroad, have told us that Nigeria can never grow and develop effectively committing so much to recurrent spending (70% or more) while devoting a relatively puny amount (30% or less) to capital spending? When reality show that only serious cost-cutting and money-saving reforms is the way forward, how has GEJ responded in 5 years as President? By buying planes, literally swallowing billions down his throat, entrenching further waste and profligacy everywhere and generally worsening the problem of bloated governance Nigeria has always suffered from. Our democracy has seen zero 'streamlining' under GEJ. If anything, and au contraire, the nightmarish notion of perennial bloated governance is now a greatly worsened reality under GEJ.

What of badly needed reform of our armed forces to make them more efficient at carrying out their primary duty of protecting Nigerian lives and porperty? The NPF and secret services, DSS for example, are now nothing but glorified mouthpieces and errand boys/gatemen plus election 'orderlies' of the PDP. The army,under GEJ, can only record serious low morals, poor motivation and serious under-equipping caused by the monumental corruption GEJ is known for which facilitated the disappearance of over $18 billions disbursed to help our army confront and defeat terror !!! Our oga will not even consider State police yet he has no interest in improving what he has and turning it into a modern, well-trained and wel-equipped force able to protect Nigerian lives and property !!!!!!!

I could go on all day yet the message, for sensible folks, is obvious. Only devilish and highly anti-Nigerian enemies of progress will want GEJ to continue beyond 2015. They will brandish all manner of cheap cosmetic 'makeover' as "achievements" whereas some of the relatively few issues I raised above (o yes there are many more) make it obvious Nigeria is currently led by a man who is, by far, the worst leader possible. Nigeria vote wisely next year and do not sell yourself further into the elite-driven slavery GEJ is championing. Jonathan is only working for corruption, militants, terrorists, scammers, AGIPs (any government in power), anarchists, gun-totting criminals and the private jet oligarchs entrenching greater poverty and socio-economic misery for the masses.

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Politics / Re: Impeachment Plot Against Jonathan Thickens by Gbawe: 12:29pm On Nov 22
Much as it is desirable for the progress of Nigeria, the impeachment of the 'Escobar' of corruption, I.e GEJ, will not happen because too many unprincipled legislators have their political fortunes directly tied to GEJ making it to the general elections . Those wishing to cut deals securing their future are not principled enough to think of what is best for Nigeria.

Nigeria should be the quintessential case study for politcally destructive avarice whereby the self-preservation instinct of a very small number of people, at the detriment of the majority by far, always carries the day. Nigerians who want GEJ out should not waste their own time dwelling on the hope he will be impeached. Better to ensure you focus on contributing your own vote towards the total needed to remove the destructive nuisance GEJ has become to all corners of Nigeria.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 6:46pm On Nov 21
drnoel:


OMG another one of those lunatics just quoted ma post above me. Foolishness will not gain u marks. Neither will playing on lunacy. U need to see a doctor. I can suggest one of my colleagues. Ediot.

See how deranged you are? Psychosis has destroyed your power of memory to the extent you cannot even remember who quoted who first. Mad f00l.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 6:39pm On Nov 21
drnoel:


Wat rubbish are u spewing. [b]Where u there? If u were there give us proof of a video showing ur person. [/b]If not shaddup

Lawd, what is this one saying? Are you okay? Too many lunatics running around on NL. I blame cheap broadband and mobile browsing.

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Politics / Re: David Mark Is Loosing His Respect As Senate President. by Gbawe: 6:09pm On Nov 21
moneybag100:
The scene yesterday ridicule david mark because nobody give a mess with what he was saying...
The members think he's just one of Jonathan puppet.


This was what I was saying on another thread but TANdroids are incapable of even the most simple of logical thinking. Would a well-respected senate President, seen as a genuine defender of the sanctity of the legislative arm of government, ever be treated how Mark was?

The fact is that Mark is now seen as a 'yes sir' puppet of GEJ. Not many respect GEJ today and Mark has suffered as a consequence of this reality and the choices he personally made to compromise himself when, even if he will not fight for the Nigerian people, he must never be deemed a traitor to his own legislative colleagues.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 5:15pm On Nov 21
Billyonaire:
There he goes; True to characters of Amaechi and the janjawee.d Boko Haram. Full of Anger and Vituperation. Yahoo Yahoo or Google Google isnt the reason you are a failure in life. Learn to join the monkeys' club so you can jump to success. Poverty breeds bitterness, red-eyed Gbawe. You will NEVER taste Aso Rock till you DIE. Amen. Keep jumping the fence though, next time there will be accidental discharge on you guyz. And tell Amaechi to learn from Abiola, you can not form parallel Government here, you will perish.

This poor sap has lost it. Pele. Go and ingest some of whatever it is that gets you 'high' and stop disturbing us here.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 4:46pm On Nov 21
Billyonaire:
Mind your language, little man. I actually am referring to jumping fences.

Shut up yahoo yahoo boy. Is this thread about jumping fences or are you just lying shamelessly now it is revealed it was a PDP legislator that accosted Mark? Mumu.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 4:41pm On Nov 21
Descartes:


Elder Gbawe, the epistle writer, are you in support of this brazen act? undecided

I have made it unequivocally clear that I do not support the assault of the senate President. Nonetheless we must blame those who instigated the chaos seen in the first place through the discriminatory and condemnable use of the NPF in clear violation of the separation of power the legislative arm must enjoy.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 4:37pm On Nov 21
Billyonaire:
APC needs to put their house in order, they are behaving more like desperate rascals than normal humans. Tufiakwa!


Are you on drugs? How many times must it be repeated that Mark was manhandled by a PDP legislator?

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 2:09pm On Nov 21
Collynzo9:

Stories that suit the soul.
There is absolutely no excuse or justification for that slap no matter how hard you try.

Continue deluding yourself. I have already told you on another thread that I do not endorse the assault of our Senate President. My point to you and others is that lawlessness and chaos can quickly become the order of the day if mindlessly dictatorial actions and provocative abuse of power is not checked and/or condemned. If you start a war why complain hypocritically about casualties?

Your dishonesty is obvious with how you want to focus on the assault on Mark whereas you do not acknowledge a big and very pivotally dangerous development for Nigeria the entire world has condemned. I.e the clearly biased use of the NPF to truncate the sacred principle of separation of power.

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Politics / Re: House Of Reps Members Angry With David Mark (video) by Gbawe: 2:00pm On Nov 21
OP.

You make me laugh. Do you not even hear an aggrieved politician shouting at the chastened and cowering Ihedioha that "because we do not have security" clearly indicating the toxic anger at how the NPF partisanly allowed Ihedioha ( a deputy to Tambuwal) into the NASS while shutting out Tambuwal et al?

If you cannot understand the anger and actions of these guys which saw the disgraceful desecration of their place of work by partisan politics, to the extent Mark and Ihedioha were humbly chastened, then you are simply a partisan and sentimental individual with no objectivity whatsoever. GEJ wants to import divisions into the NASS, as he did with the NGF, so that he profits from a divided house and toxic legislature. GEJ put Ihedioha, in particular, in a very difficult situation and this is why the deputy speaker appears crestfallen rather than defiant or argumentative. Belive me, Mark and Ihedioha fully understand the anger of their own comrades and this is why you see them humble and chastened.

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Politics / Re: Senate Pres David Mark Received Dirty Slap At National Assembly by Gbawe: 1:31pm On Nov 21
Collynzo9:

All this long epistle in defence of a toutish and motor park behaviour of an APC house of rep member?
Your hypocisy is legendary.
You can stay on the internet and ask what can David mark do, while the guy will be moving with an entoruage to Mark's house to apologise after the heat must have died down and he realised the seriousness of what he did.

Continue deluding yourself. Do you know , in a sane Nigeria, it would be virtually impossible to see a Rep slap a well-respected Senate President? This is not about APC, Labour or APGA. It is about the political environment of Lawlessness the current Government has created. Be mindful to note I am not supporting this action, if indeed it happened, because I am not an uncouth individual like the PDP supporters (and your pals) who stated that Tambuwal should have been shot instead of gassed.

I am only showing you the GEJ-led reality that has seen Nigeria become an arena of impunity, criminality and lawlessness where every strong-headed individual now think they are totally free to do their worst, against a cowardly centre, without any repercussion whatsoever. Deal with that reality David Mark et al have now fallen victim to.

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Politics / Re: Senate Pres David Mark Received Dirty Slap At National Assembly by Gbawe: 1:07pm On Nov 21
Collynzo9:
I watched the video of the slap and I am quite surprised it didn't make news, maybe because the entire media has been bought over by APC.
David mark simply walked away after receiving the slap while the man who slapped him was eager to give him more but was held by his colleagues.
It would have been better if David Mark reacted to the slap right there because the way he simply walked away like nothing happened makes me fear for the man who slapped him.
He is in deep shyte.

You people and your "queue behind area father" mentality. What can David Mark do if indeed he was slapped? Do you deluded individuals not realise that GEJ has supervised and fully entrenched the birth of a free-for-all age where no one fears or defer to higher authority in Nigeria anymore? There is now, until Nigeria gains a strong and resolute C-in-C, no going back on what is the reality today that even Senator McCain of the USA hinted at when he said the world, over the Chibok girls abduction, should act and ignore the weak, impotent and cowardly PDP government led by GEJ.

You have a President and C-in-C always cowering before Shekau, Tompolo et al and you think anyone will be scared of Mark who is even a junior member of this impotent, cowardly and dithering PDP Government? This same GEJ-led PDP Government Tompolo, Asari dokubo and Shekau threatens with impunity? It seems you don't understand that folks remain strong by always showing strength and not just through dwelling on past reputation. Whatever Mark was in the past, and even that was not much, he certainly is not today and under the current clime. Many have seen the GEJ Government blink too many times before individuals, militants, common criminals and terrorists to now be scared of any member of the PDP.

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Politics / Re: Behold, The Brand New Buhari! by Gbawe: 12:07pm On Nov 21
Sconty09:
Can't wait to have you lead this nation to greater height.

Indeed. Buhari is not a messiah but the main attraction of his Presidency is his dedication to doing the right thing by ordinary Nigerians without the slightest interest for what benefits AGIPs, Private Jet Oligarchs and the elite class. This is what Nigeria needs above anything else.

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Politics / Re: NASS Blockade: Sign Of Good Omen- Gumi by Gbawe: 12:02pm On Nov 21
thegreatman4ww:

Their Salvation rally or whatsoever NEVER obstruct nor hinder the Police to carry out their lawful duties but Police action does that to the Parliament. While the jumping of the fence do not befit the HoR members but they are let with no option than to jump over. Note that they have the prior knowledge that Tambuwal will be impeached (as planned in Ekiti, that is why all 19 APC lawmakers were not in the state yesterday because of fear of unknow).
The IGP said the Police acted on report holidums invading the chambers, they allow PDP members in, stop APC members including the known person of Tambuwal as the status quo Speaker. As a political analyst, the Presidency writing Tambuwal on extension of emergency rule was to lure in into recovening the House (because it has now drawn on them that only Tambuwal can reconvene). The writting of Tambuwal by Presidency is signalling that the Presidency is recognising Tambuwal as the Speaker while the President, PDP and IGP are playing another script.

The script was to allow the house recovene by Tambuwal, block him and other APC members has they can get the required number of quorum to sit, motion move to impeached Tambuwal, and Tambuwal will be impeached even without 2/3 majority and the President like Fayose will congratulate the new Speaker as Jonathan is recognise Jang is the NGF leader with 16 votes against Ameachi with 19 votes. That is why these APC lawmakers (in my own opinion) goes that extent....I think they as far as we should not celebrate the action of jumping over the fence, we should also not comdened them for same action. Because is not that actions of them, news headline will have been similar to that Ekiti since yesterday.

Let us all fight against impunity because today is Tambuwal (a northerner) tomorrow it might be us and remember that history has a way of repeating itself, if we can not all stand against this high level impunity and lawlessness by this current FG under Jonathan will may find ourselves to balme in the nearest future when the history will repeat itself ten fold simultanously.

Well-said.

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 10:12am On Nov 21
dunkem21:


You should educate your foot soldiers and equip them with information. Rather than correcting your bro that it is not two members that scaled fences, you resorted to cheap insult(and dont even think you can withstand my bad mouth) shocked. You are too inconsequential to give me a ban.

Lawmakers jumped fence professionally and you ask me to shut up? ..and celebrate them?

What morals do we want to inculcate to our children; the youth of tomorrow.

And finally, What if its GEJ that was captured scaling a fence; what will be your reaction?

Double face ninja.

Get lost worthless bigot. "Go and die". I have made my point now and the forum can see the prejudice-driven hypocrisy you bigoted id1ats operate with. Emphatic condemnation of the actions of the NPF has been coming in and will continue while anarchists and bigots like you feign ignorance over what matters most to be hypocritically shouting about some Reps keen to prevent another illegal impeachment the lawless PDP is known for and had indeed even carried out the same day in Ekiti under Fayose. Shameless bigots like you are always disgracing Nigeria and never to be found supporting what is right and just as others do.

http://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/more-news/171605-sagay-others-condemn-police-action-national-assembly.html


NASS Chaos: Sagay, others condemn police action at National Assembly
A constitutional lawyer, Itse Sagay, has condemned Thursday’s action by the police at the National Assembly complex.

There was chaos when the police locked the gates of the National Assembly against the Speaker of the House, Aminu Tambuwal, and some legislators who wanted to gain entrance.
Some of the lawmakers and their aides were also tear gassed by the security operatives in the process before they were able to get it.
Speaking in a telephone interview with NAN in Lagos, Mr. Sagay said the action of the police on the legislators portends a great danger to Nigeria’s democracy.

He said: “What transpired today at the National Assembly portends a great danger to Nigeria’s democracy.
“For the police to have attacked the legislature, which is the second arm of government, such an attack must have been sanctioned from above.
Sagay advised security operatives to maintain neutrality at all times, adding that they had no constitutional powers to interfere with legislative processes.
The Senior Advocate of Nigeria also warned those in power not to throw away Nigeria’s hard won democracy because of inordinate ambitions and selfish interests.

Speaking similarly, Onyekachi Ubani, a former Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Ikeja branch, urged Nigerian leaders to focus on the current challenges being faced by the country.
“We are battling with austerity, we are battling with the state of insecurity, we are battling with low levels of infrastructures and Nigerians are really suffering.

“But in the light of all these, our leaders are only fighting themselves and looking for more political powers. It is so shameful,” Mr. Ubani said.
He also flayed the police for attempting to stop the House of Representative members from performing their constitutional duties.
Mr. Ubani said: “What is the business of the security agencies in stopping legislators elected by the people from coming into the house?
“It is not their job to do whatever they did this morning. They allowed some persons in and stopped others which showed that they were clearly partisan.

He noted that while it was shameful to see lawmakers scaling the fence to gain entrance into the complex, those who did so were only out to prove a point.
“They were only trying to prove a point that not even the police can stop them from carrying out the responsibility entrusted to them by the Constitution,” Mr. Ubani said.
Human Rights lawyers, Fred Agbaje and Kayode Ajulo, also condemned action of the Police.
In his reaction, Mr. Agbaje, told NAN in a telephone interview that what the policemen did was “sacrilegious”.
“The attack by the police on the National Assembly was unwarranted and is capable of truncating our democracy,” Mr. Agbaje said.

On the constitutional right of the Senate President, David Mark, to adjourn sitting of the assembly until next week following the police invasion, Mr. Agbaje said that Mark had the right to do so.
“He is the head of the National Assembly and has the right to adjourn if the members were in danger of an attack,” he said.
Mr. Ajulo, told NAN that “police incessant dabbling into the nation’s politics has got to stop”.
He advised the IG to call his men to order especially now that politicking for 2015 was gathering momentum. (NAN)

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 10:10am On Nov 21
ayukdaboss:

Don't mind them, they thought they could lock all APC reps outside and solely carry out their devilish act just like 7 PDP reps "impeached" their speaker on their own accord. I suppot the actions of those reps FULLY.

Important question: Was it Tambuwal who was supposed to be locked outside or all APC Reps?


http://www.pmnewsnigeria.com/2014/11/20/shame-of-a-nation-tambuwal-legislators-teargassed/

Trouble began when Tambuwal arrived and sought to drive into the Complex, but was stopped by the police.
The Speaker, who was accompanied by other lawmakers who are his loyalists, mostly members of the opposition All Progressives Congress, APC, then alighted from his vehicle trekked from the gates to the main complex, a distance of over 500 metres amid a hail of teargas by the police.


The Speaker whose security details have been ordered withdrawn by Suleiman Abba, the Inspector General of Police, following the defection has filed a suit to stop his removal by the PDP caucus of the House led by Deputy Speaker, Emeka Ihedioha.
P.M.NEWS learnt that members of the House were anxious over speculations that the Presidency, which is still smarting from the defection of the Speaker, may employ extra constitutional means to stop Tambuwal from presiding when the House reconvened on Thursday.
It was believed that the move to stop the Speaker from entering the National Assembly on Thursday was in furtherance of the move by the PDP using the police to remove him.
Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 10:00am On Nov 21
ayukdaboss:

Let them not be deceived. Nobody is going to take rubbish anymore from these useless people.

Indeed. As for the bigoted fools we have on this forum, we must ask them why they have not condemned the development in Ekiti yet are here shedding Crocodile tears over some fence scaling against a partial and illegal shut-out. Had Ihedioha and others not been allowed in without hassle only for Tambuwal to be prevented entrance and even tear-gased like a criminal? These people have no shame honestly !!!!!!

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 9:53am On Nov 21
ayukdaboss:

You have no point. I'm in full support of what those reps did. Yesterday 7 PDP lawmakers were irresponsible enough to declare their speaker impeached at Ekiti. When PDP lawmakers were before hand allowed access into the house and all APC members locked outside, it was already obvious the plans of PDP to solely impeach Tambuwal Speaker. I support their actions FULLY.

Don't mind the bigoted fools. They can never reason correctly, honestly or fairly when it is the interest of their ethnic/sectional affiliate that is threatened. Did the enter universe not witness what Amaechi and legislators loyal to him managed to prevent (the first step in the removal of Amaechi) by storming their State legislative house to directly stop an ongoing minority-driven impeachment attempt !!! Was the NPF not also used partisanly back then also?

It is the way of the PDP the Party has been getting away with , since 1999 under OBJ, but no one is in the mood to tolerate such a few months before a general election. Fence jumping my foot !!! Bloody bigots and hypocrites cannot even see the essence of this development shaming Nigeria internationally yet they go on about some Reps determined to thwart another potential illegal impeachment the dictatorial PDP has shown a brazen penchant for carrying out when determined to get its way.

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 9:40am On Nov 21
Descartes:


Elder Gbawe, the epistle writer, I can't you pass across a message without resorting to abuse?
Please learn how to counter argument without resorting to cheap shots.
Your case is very pathetic.

Shut your mouth you disgusting bigot. Id1ats like you and the chap I quote deserve more than insults. As if the entire forum does not understand what is behind how bigots like you always support illegality perpetrated by your ethnic or sectional affiliates while you hypocritically begin shouting about and playing the innocent victims to the reactionary actions others were forced to take after your own wrongdoing or support of it. It is only you bigots who have nothing to say, when many worldwide have condemned the act, about the NPF storming and playing partisan 'gateman' at the NASS while you are myopically shouting about Reps scaling a fence against an illegal shut-out which may be the precursor to another illegal PDP-style impeachment. Why have you not condemned the development in Ekiti? Worthless id1at !!!!!

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 9:24am On Nov 21
dunkem21:


Did you just say 2 fence jumpers?

I think you are the one to get your facts right before quoting, pls!

I ask again, whats the General's take on fence jumpers


Shut up you f00l !! What if it is even 100 fence jumpers? You want to lie the PDP does not have previous form when it comes to illegal impeachment through the partisan usage of the NPF (Nigerian Police force)? When PDP Senators and the Deputy Speaker we are told is going to be used to impeach Tambuwal had already being admitted with no hassle whatsoever then the Reps loyal to democracy and legality should simply wait outside while another illegal impeachment, which will then be quickly ratified PDP-style, is carried out by a desperate, dictatorial and sit-tight President fully committed to using everything (legal or otherwise) to return to power?

You need to shut up with this fence-jumping angle you are pushing !!! No one is buying your hypocritical attempt to make the opposition appear lawless when the greatest act of lawlessness was perpetrated by the gangster executive arm that showed disrespect for the principle of separation of power via sanctioning a partisan security clampdown against the legislative arm of Government. All fools like you know to do is clannishly support wrongdoing when such comes from your ethnic/sectional affiliates. You will never be found thinking independently and supporting what is just or right. Worthless bigot !!!!!

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Politics / Re: APC, Buhari, Others, Condemn Invasion Of N’assembly by Gbawe: 9:08am On Nov 21
dunkem21:
And whats your take on the professional fence scalers? Oh, Its not corruption.

Double face musketeers.


I don't normally respond to ethnocentric bigots like you blindly devoted to supporting GEJ, because you are below my shoes, but this is a very serious issue. Clannish dolts like you should support the right thing, for once in your wretched and prejudiced life, or shut up !!!!! Should the Reps stay out when Ihedioha had already entered the chamber unchallenged with others when all week we had been told of an Ekiti-style 7-is-greater-greater-than-19 plot to impeach Tambuwal with a security forces-assisted shut-out of the speaker and Reps supportive of him so the usual lawless impeachment the PDP is known for can then be carried out? Grow up you fool !!!! You are disgusting and annoying !!!!

We all saw the same illegal Ekiti-style impeachment attempted in Rivers State !!! What would have happened if Amaechi and his supporters had not forced their way into the State legislative chamber to directly prevent the illegal impeachment that was going on with the assistance of the NPF? Aregbesola secret filming also showed us the outcome of the NGF chairman voting PDP wanted to overturn by force with 15 is greater than 19 Abracadabra. The current administration is dying and on its last leg. No one is ready to tolerate its dictatorial ways and impunity driven by a desperate sit-tight agenda. Get used to others standing up to the impunity of the messiah you are clannishly devoted to or "go and die !!! The world is strongly condemning the lack of separation of power and executive lawlessness behind security operative, as if it is war, partisanly shutting out and tear-gasing Tambuwal and some Reps only for mumus like you, indoctrinated to blindly and unthinkingly support the wrongs of those you are affiliated to, coming here talking one-sided nonsense as usual !!! Worthless, bigoted Id1at !!!!!

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Politics / Re: Gmb Rebranded!!!!!!! (Pics) by Gbawe: 7:47pm On Nov 20
Obiagelli:

You are right about discipline.

My dear lady, Nigeria needs discipline badly. The sort only the likes of Buhari can bring. I know tonnes of Nigerian politicians personally and I can tell you that many are hedonistic, lecherous, womanising and hard-drinking party animals despite being 50 and above. Majority have no qualms sleeping with girls young enough to be their daughters on a daily basis. The irony is that majority were not like that till they entered politics to realise that politicians, even if fat and hideously ugly, are the Nigerian equivalent of Brad Pitt, Denzel Washington, Tyrese,Omar Epps et al. Nigeria needs sanity to be honest.

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Politics / Re: Gmb Rebranded!!!!!!! (Pics) by Gbawe: 7:35pm On Nov 20
Desola:
Oh see my president! He is so classy!
smiley

You are a GMB fan too? Nigeria has to make it happen. I believe a GMB Presidency will happen simply because it is the change required after we have tried everything and virtually everyone.

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Politics / Re: Gmb Rebranded!!!!!!! (Pics) by Gbawe: 7:08pm On Nov 20
donphilopus:




Bros, I never knew you could write this brief o. Anyways, it's because of our General, President-in-waiting.

@Pix, I'm still in search of his mate that's as handsome as he is. He looks Presidential. Aswear! Nice one my President come next year!

Bro, they say a picture speaks louder than a thousand words. These lovely pictures means I need not say much on this occasion. "Those who have eyes let them see" cool cool cool cool

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