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Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by viczing(m): 3:00pm On Feb 08, 2015
Says postponement of election orchestrated by PDP
Mohammed Aminu in Sokoto

Sokoto State Governor, Alhaji Aliyu Wamakko, on Sunday called on the service chiefs and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mr. Suleiman Abba, to resign immediately for orchestrating the postponement of the February general elections.

Wamakko to Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now for Dereliction of Duties

Wamakko made the call following the postponement of the Presidential, National Assembly, governorship and state assembly elections to March 28 and April 11 for security reasons.

Speaking with newsmen in Sokoto, Wamakko averred that all the service chiefs and the IGP should resign now for failing to perform their duties.

He maintained that they had failed the nation and Nigerians and as such had no reason to remain in office.

"The service chiefs and IGP should, therefore, honourably resign as they could not guarantee the elections as their statutory and civic duties," Wamakko said.

The governor emphasised that the postponement of the election was uncalled for and not the required plausible solution to their phobia.

According to him, the elections should have gone ahead on February 14 to allow Nigerians to elect the candidates of their choice in line with their quest for change.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by viczing(m): 3:01pm On Feb 08, 2015
Janjanweeds got no opinion stfu political prostitute

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Bevista: 4:16pm On Feb 08, 2015
Insurgency that could not be defeated in 6 yrs will suddenly be defeated in 6 wks. GEJ magic!

Was the elections time table not out more than a year ago? If they genuinely meant well for Nigeria, they wouldn't wait until the 11th hour to decide to address the problem of Boko Haram. Foul Play!

I'm not moved though, cos I know they will fail as usual. Remember, that's the way they asked for 6 months State of Emergency and still failed. Clueless!

This miscalculation on the part of Dafti and his cohorts will backfire, and finally reveal their Incompetence and desperation to the undecided voters. He may even loose some of his followers. More votes for the People's General.

#March4Buhari

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by onosprince(m): 4:16pm On Feb 08, 2015
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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by CaptainAmerica1: 4:16pm On Feb 08, 2015
Any sensible person knows it was orchestrated by PDP. Why are the service chiefs all so interested in our security, if they had been this serious from the beginning, boko haram may be no more.

#SaiBuhari
#March4Buhari
#MarchTheCluelessBackToOtuoke

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by AmakaDNB(f): 4:16pm On Feb 08, 2015
Hmm
Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by korel9: 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
Some people should just learn to STF up or I enact Decree 2 on them angry





I wish the world will just end before the new date of the elections make we for rest grin

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by eddie1(m): 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
you want d south to be disenfranchised. Omo buruku

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Descartes: 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
Wammako is not to be taken seriously.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by toxiflam: 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
In other news,
Medicine after death.
#Politicians dribbling masses since 19AD

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Abbeyunique2(m): 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
Of course. We know that
Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Zico5(m): 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
No matter how long the day will arrive. Gej will be shamed and the election will be conducted. That Okupe has not seen enough embarrassment, he ll surely be molested, Gej has already lost it all, let them play the next card. Nigeria is seriously waiting. Tweeter and facebook is already agog. All will be to the benefit of agent of change. SAI BUHARI. March4change

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by DickDastardly(m): 4:17pm On Feb 08, 2015
Says postponement of election orchestrated by PDPMohammed Aminu in SokotoSokoto State Governor, Alhaji Aliyu Wamakko, on Sunday called on the service chiefs and the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mr. Suleiman Abba, to resign immediately for orchestrating the postponement of the February general elections.Wamakko to Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now for Dereliction of DutiesWamakko made the call following the postponement of the Presidential, National Assembly, governorship and state assembly elections to March 28 and April 11 for security reasons.Speaking with newsmen in Sokoto, Wamakko averred that all the service chiefs and the IGP should resign now for failing to perform their duties.He maintained that they had failed the nation and Nigerians and as such had no reason to remain in office."The service chiefs and IGP should, therefore, honourably resign as they could not guarantee the elections as their statutory and civic duties," Wamakko said.The governor emphasised that the postponement of the election was uncalled for and not the required plausible solution to their phobia.According to him, the elections should have gone ahead on February 14 to allow Nigerians to elect the candidates of their choice in line with their quest for change.MORE TO FOLLOW

Senseless talk from a Senseless Mallam cool

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by SaiBuharii: 4:18pm On Feb 08, 2015
When I saw Sokoto Governor...my brain went to Tambuwal. The guy is so sure of becoming the next governor.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by fajesito(m): 4:18pm On Feb 08, 2015
Jesus is coming soon......... Are you ready for His coming

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Nobody: 4:18pm On Feb 08, 2015
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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by lacasa: 4:18pm On Feb 08, 2015
They Should resign & get tried for Treason!


Using the Security angle to manipulate elections taking place!


In 6years you have been Useless... What will 6weeks do?


#March4Buhari
#DestinyDelayedButNeverChanged!
#Nigeria4ThePeople!

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by yommyphresh(m): 4:18pm On Feb 08, 2015
Jsgh
Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by MrIncrediible(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
By the time this election finally holds, Goodluck might have lost all goodwill he previously had from the reviving of triains and other things. If PDP doesn't play their cards well, this 6 weeks postponment will put the final nail on the coffin of their Presidential bid

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by JideTheBlogger(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by SaiBuharii: 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
When I saw Sokoto Governor...my brain went to Tambuwal. The guy is so sure of becoming the next governor.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by simplemach(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
Let him go and make dem resign

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by lordOM(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
IMP TALKING.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by tonididdy(m): 4:19pm On Feb 08, 2015
Jonah the whale has done it again




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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by nijanigga: 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
Nigerian office holders are mostly immune to shame.Have you heard any Nigerian disgusting office holders resign? Nigeria is a failed nation simple sitting on a keg of gun power.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by pachukwu16: 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
Rubbish

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by annibro(f): 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
MARCH OVER, A NEW DISCOVERY.
WILL HISTORY REPEAT ITSELF?
The moment I heard dat the General Election was postponed till march 28th 2015, I took a swift action into history & gladly discovered dat dis postponement is an Aural of Divinity. March is very significant in the political History of the world. President F.Kennedy of US, an opposition candidate won Presidential election in March 1968. Former Zimbabwe prime minister, Morgan Tsvangirai lost an election to an opposition presidential candidate, Robert Mugabe in the month of March. I also glanced through ukraine history and saw how a ruling party lost presidential election in march 2003. March is always a good time to march over and take control. It is the best time 4 an opposition party to march over and win election. Buhari is fully ready to march over. Please join the marching Team today.

Let's 'March' Buhari 2 Aso Rock #GeneralMarch4Buhari (GMB)

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by nickydof(m): 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
PDP and GEJ obviously behind this postponement. Can't believe an incumbent bent on postponement of polls

Shame!!!

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by YSA06(m): 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
That's true because it's their duties. Even in syria and other war zone country they held elections. It's because Nigerian Government doesn't have a shame that called for postponement of election on the ground of insecuirty.

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by Flets: 4:20pm On Feb 08, 2015
Lol..... I thought Amaechi and APC promised to march the streets with their kids and form a parallel government afterwards. .... I dey laugh

They called him clueless few days back... now he is a dictator.

There is no greater stupidity, foolishness and evil than APC and its chieftains

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by freshness2020: 4:21pm On Feb 08, 2015
go get a grip man...
Do us a favour by keeping quite when men are talking...♈όϋ have got no say. Even now and after ♈όϋ leave office!
No time for long story....

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Re: Wamakko To Service Chiefs, IGP: Resign Now For Dereliction Of Duties by hensben(m): 4:21pm On Feb 08, 2015
After using innocent lives to play politics for good 4 years, they now need 6 weeks to end the insurgents to score cheap political point..

Playing politics with innocent lives...hmmm

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