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|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Jesusloveyou(m): 1:03pm On May 02, 2015|
Whynotthetruth:d same bigotry makes u to stil support corrupt failed ogogoro gej.and what make u think he intimidate ait,did he arrest or beat d staff,or is now a crime to tell unaccredidated person to come near u,for security reasons.nothing wrong to tell ur enemy to be far from u.
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|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by PhockPhockMan: 1:04pm On May 02, 2015|
I love this.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Burger01(m): 1:04pm On May 02, 2015|
emamos:Lol. He was once a die hard Buhari supporter. A man of honour must always stand for what he believes in and not 'snitch' at mere drop of a nickel. Now, he believes in Jonathan and I hope he follows him back to Otuoke. Politics..smh.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Burger01(m): 1:08pm On May 02, 2015|
chuna1985:So, na Buhari kill Fela's mother?
You, prove to us how 100% true the documentary was
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Whynotthetruth(m): 1:13pm On May 02, 2015|
I have warned you to always think through your post before quoting me
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Empredboy(m): 1:16pm On May 02, 2015|
barcanista:ok what will u say about the documentary on GMB regim? Why didnt AIT confirm if the report was real? Or were the AIT mgt not old enough to know what happnd in 1983 during his reign? Simple the man doesnt want AIT to send wrong info about him again to the public. I beg d damage AIT cost the man is much cos those who dnt know what happend in 1983 will feel he is a bad man cos of AIT lies. Why didnt channel,stv n co show such? Now why did obama refused to grant fox interview but grant others?
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by PhockPhockMan: 1:17pm On May 02, 2015|
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by texalux(m): 1:17pm On May 02, 2015|
Who is dis man call dogpesi self who know u 4 dis country? U are an e-goat soon u will will move to otuoke because of the money u collect frm GEJ u begin say rubbish now God don catch u mumu ur oga Ebola jonathan on losse God purnish u all ediot!
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by VhatAmazingDude: 1:18pm On May 02, 2015|
Your parents must have tried.
I'll inform them of the failure.
Meanwhile, Grow Up Soon.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Nobody: 1:19pm On May 02, 2015|
Empredboy:that is why Buhari should seek legal redress. He can't be the complainant and the Judge at the same time no matter the amount of damage done to him
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by PhockPhockMan: 1:24pm On May 02, 2015|
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by ayoromer: 1:24pm On May 02, 2015|
naija is too big for old pa like buhari d yorubas are d most educated people in naija but because of greed use a noiusant for them to indirectly rule naija how can a man dat does not know d difference b/w1984 n2015 be use because of militry gag Ait did not write d documentry is there in d achiv he use decree 4 to kill naija now he wil use decree 2to dicte n kill again.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Empredboy(m): 1:26pm On May 02, 2015|
barcanista:did obama seek legal action? Will kill an ant with a sliege hammer? D man felt he doesnt want anything to do with AIT. AIT can link up with other stations to get jist about him. Abi na crime? Ans me, what was fox offense against obama?
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Champion01(m): 1:30pm On May 02, 2015|
To all saTANoids, PDPians, I have only one prayer for u. God will govern/manage ur life as GEJ is governing/managing Nigeria. Can I hear u shout big AMEN.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Jesusloveyou(m): 1:31pm On May 02, 2015|
barcanista:against which law,if u have 100 media present at event and u accredite 50 for security reason,it wil only be against d law,if he stop all media house to cover any of his official activities.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by fineguy11(m): 1:35pm On May 02, 2015|
barcanista:give FFK and Barcanister food,,they will sing and dance for u.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by estacyresource: 1:38pm On May 02, 2015|
Influential women to watch in Buhari’s govt
The forthcoming Gen. Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government will, like the current administration, parade many women believed to be influential ........... http://nigerianewsnetwork.blogspot.com/2015/05/influential-women-to-watch-in-buharis.html
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by onyeamuma73: 1:39pm On May 02, 2015|
mr buhari this ur ait matter is small compare to what we nigerians will do u when u fail to deliver by the time we give u ur full baptizim name ur bp will rise 380 over 290 we are waitg
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by fineguy11(m): 1:40pm On May 02, 2015|
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by PhockPhockMan: 1:42pm On May 02, 2015|
You meant if were BabaOneChance?
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Ijaya123: 1:49pm On May 02, 2015|
Your case is so pathetic now. Obvious your political miscalculation is still haunting you.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Burger01(m): 1:50pm On May 02, 2015|
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by HRich(m): 1:50pm On May 02, 2015|
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by duni04(m): 1:51pm On May 02, 2015|
This ole batawo dokpesi trying to garner public sympathy. After Jonathan leaves we'll expose all his dirty dealings with the current administration.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by proxillin(m): 1:55pm On May 02, 2015|
And despite all your so-called factual campaigns, Buhari still won.
You duckpussy r a looser...
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by drhammed: 1:58pm On May 02, 2015|
Burger01:By Ibrahim Shuaibu
June 9, 2008
Kano — The late military Head of State, Gen. Sani Abacha, did not loot the national treasury contrary to the general impression, two military former heads of state have said.
Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, who ruled Nigeria between 1983 and 1985, and his successor, Gen. Ibrahim Babangida, gave Abacha the clean bill in Kano yesterday after the rememberance prayers marking 10 years of the death of Abacha, who ruled between 1993 and 1998.
Remember these news story?:
26 September, 2002, BBC News
Deal on Abacha's millions 'collapses'
Reports from Switzerland say a deal on the return to Nigeria of millions of dollars deposited in Swiss banks by the late Nigerian military ruler, General Sani Abacha, has collapsed.
Swiss Justice Ministry officials are quoted as saying the deal has fallen through because General Abacha's son, Mohammed, has not signed vital legal papers releasing the money.
The extraordinary out-of-court agreement between Nigeria and General Abacha's bereaved family was reached in May.
It was agreed the general's family could keep $100 million provided that his son signed an agreement enabling foreign banks in Switzerland and elsewhere to return to Nigeria a further $1 billion of allegedly looted money.
The deal was apparently linked to the release from prison this week of Mohammed Abacha, ending his three-year period behind bars on charges of embezzlement.
Suspicions that the deal might be going awry arose on Wednesday when jubilant Mohammed was quoted as saying that - despite his release - he had made no commitment to sign anything.
Now the increasingly embarrassed Swiss authorities have acknowledged that they have received no signed papers, and therefore are in no position to hand over any of the Abacha family fortune to Nigeria.
Throughout this long affair, Nigerian President Obasanjo has faced a no-win situation.
He was condemned by one side for negotiating any deal with the Abachas.
At the same time, Mr Abacha's supporters slammed the president for detaining the general's son for so long on what they say are spurious charges
It now all makes sense.
Obasanjo had to release Mohammed Abacha because of pressure from powerful traditional leaders and Emirs in Kano, who had been lobbied by Abacha's widow Miryam Abacha.
It has now clear to me that there was now deal with Abacha family, because they had no loot in foreign accounts.
Obasanjo knew that after he released Mohamed, he had to also drop the fake legal cases in foreign countries as he does want Mohammed Abacha, to get a chance to expose their lies in open court.
Which is why Obasanjo never resumed the prosecution after he claimed Mohammed Abacha had reneged on the deal
On June 25. 2007, Nigeria received from Liechtenstein N37 billion ($227 million), another slice of the funds looted by General Sani Abacha.
“General Abacha looted about $3-5 billion from the Nigerian treasury in truckloads of cash in foreign currencies, in traveler’s checks and other means,” confirmed Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala in Washington DC in 2007, in between her two stints as Nigeria’s Minister of Finance.
The $227 million, or Euro 167 million, is in addition to about $2.5 billion that various Nigerian government officials previously declared as having been recovered. The new question is the same as the old: whatever happened to these funds?
The government’s answer has usually been silence. In their more magnanimous moments, they have answered that (only) $500 million was recovered…and was “well spent.”
In an effort to head off doubters and nay-sayers, a statement by the office of the Minister of Finance last week stated that President Goodluck Jonathan will constitute an inter-ministerial committee “to ensure the proper utilisation of the (Liechtenstein) funds.”
As one who has kept close watch on how Nigeria manages these repatriated funds, I do not believe a word of this. I predict that three years from now, all of that money would have disappeared.
I predict that no project worth the name, let alone the money, will be completed, and that nobody will account for their role in the disappearance of the money.
This was always true, but it is perhaps even more so now that the current government has advised government officials that stealing is not corruption.
“The president has also directed that part of the funds be saved in the Future Generations Fund, one of the funds managed by the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) to help secure the economic future of both Nigerian youths and unborn Nigerians," the government said last week, adding that the World Bank will assist in monitoring the utilisation of the $227 million “on specific projects.”
Perhaps Mr. Jonathan means well, but good intentions are the first to disappear by daybreak; and throwing the name of the World Bank around is no different from using the Peoples Democratic Party as a guarantor for a bank loan.
Given the Nigeria story, the money ought to be entrusted to an independent international consultancy for specific projects such as a network of hospitals, or major national road arteries, using open public bidding and supervision.
Outside such an approach, I predict with great confidence the $227 million will disappear into private pockets. The World Bank’s previous “monitoring” provides no reassurance; it will observe only smoke and mirrors, and then retreat into anonymity.
Let me be clear: This is not about Mr. Jonathan. It is not about Finance Minister Okonjo-Iweala. I am not accusing anyone; I am testifying only about what Nigeria’s history has taught me.
This is about accountability, which their government lacks. There is no platform upon which to persuade anyone that those funds will be spent, not shared.
In previous comments, many of them available online, I have demonstrated that the governments of Nigeria since 1998 have by their own accounts received at least $2.5 billion.
Mrs. Okonjo-Iweala has contested this, saying that only $500 million was repatriated during her time as Minister of Finance in the government of Olusegun Obasanjo. This controverts a 2005 statement she made in Switzerland during a press conference, saying Nigeria had recovered "about $2 billion total of assets.”
Switzerland alone has repatriated $700 million. Reporting the Liechtenstein story last week, the Associated Press noted: “Swiss and Nigerian advocacy groups say $250 million of corrupt proceeds already returned by Switzerland cannot be accounted for in a country steeped in corruption.”
Even if everything recovered up until last week was only $500m, what happened to it?
In a widely-circulated statement signed by her spokesman in February 2014, the Minister answered, “The recovered amount was channeled into rural projects and programmes as per the agreement with the Swiss government which repatriated the funds.
“The World Bank had written about this in a 2007/2008 Handbook on stolen Asset Recovery where the case was cited as a best practice example of how to deploy returned proceeds of looted assets.”
Apart from the fact that this particular narrative doesn’t admit that that report suspiciously coincided with the Minister’s return to the Bank, there are two problems. First, STAR clearly confirms in its report that $700m was recovered from the Swiss, not $500 million.
The report also said: “In 2001, the Abacha family and associates reached an agreement with the Nigerian government to release $1.3 billion frozen in Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg in exchange for being able to keep $100 million.”
Where are all those funds?
The second problem is that even if we were to allow that only $500m was recovered from Switzerland, the Minister has only explained, “The recovered amount was channelled into rural projects and programmes…”
$500m worth of rural Nigeria “projects and programmes”? Note: nobody ever identifies where they are located, the beneficiary communities or when the projects completed.
Such questions about the past, as well as other questions about the present, continue to fuel the popular cynicism about her government. Ignoring that deep credibility vacuum last week, the government said of Liechtenstein, “The return of the funds is the culmination of a robust 16-year effort by the Federal Government of Nigeria to retrieve the funds.”
It was curious to see the efforts admitted to have spanned 16 years suddenly reduced to the intervention only of four officials of the current government. But in it emerged admission, finally, that government is a continuum. It did not sound that way last March when some defenders of the Minister demanded she be left alone as she was presumably not in office during the period some of the money was received…if it was received.
Now that we agree that government is a continuum, like life, the current government hopefully understands, finally, that you cannot have credibility without accountability. A government with nothing to hide should be able to provide simple responses to questions about key expenditures of the recent past.
Where are the projects? Where is the report?
The Jonathan government explained last week that it dropped the charges against Mohammed Abacha to permit the return of the Liechtenstein money. It is no surprise that critics described the ruse as "a celebration of corruption."
Remember that in February, the United States froze about $458m hidden by Sani Abacha in bank accounts in Britain, Jersey and France. Mohammed is wanted in the US for his alleged part in laundering some of those funds.
One of the questions is: Why did Nigeria let Mohammed go because of the Liechtenstein $227m, knowing it was risking the $458m in the hands of the US because of Mohammed?
The way Nigeria manages the recovered funds is a fascinating insight into the national crisis, as her so-called leaders ignore the obvious: propaganda is no substitute for accountability.
That is why I am convinced that the $227 million from Lichtenstein will be re-looted, and uncaring officials will cite the rural areas for the crime.
If you do not like that story as your future, now is the time to speak up. They will take the money and use it against you and the rural areas, like Chibok.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by omolami: 2:02pm On May 02, 2015|
Babaonechance should as a matter og urgency attend National Democratic Institite if he must rule successfully in a demovratic setteing that we are now. He should be reminded that a law exist in Nigeria called freedom of speech and freedom of d press. Decree and decree 4 was for d miliatry and gone for ever.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Burger01(m): 2:03pm On May 02, 2015|
Champion01:Amen o! Make God make them clueless, corrupt and big losers like GEJ
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by omolami: 2:03pm On May 02, 2015|
Babaonechance should as a matter of urgency attend National Democratic Institite if he must rule successfully in a demovratic setting that we are now. He should be reminded that a laws exist in Nigeria called freedom of speech and freedom of d press. Decree and decree 4 was for d miliatry and gone for ever.
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Jesusloveyou(m): 2:04pm On May 02, 2015|
Whynotthetruth:lara wise of ait staff, said we should not argue or querrel over nothing,it was all lies and rumour.always say d truth.and stand by d truth
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by dele1727: 2:05pm On May 02, 2015|
We all know what AIT darling (GEJ) did to AIT and Raymond in 2011 when he used his might to crash Daarsat because the idiot called Raymond Alero dokpesi supported and campaigned using Raypower and AIT for IBB as his boy before the PDP primaries....please how is daarsat now?
Back to the present...please somebody should tell me how buhari's wife death due to illness and the death of his daughter due to sickle cell became campaign material , how would we see RAD and AIT if we were buhari, or his children or his wife...imaging the trauma him and his family will have gone through.
Am sure those applauding RAD will be the first f.o.o.l to condem TVC if they made a documentry celebrating the barreness of patience jonathan in the name of politics or when they say that jonathan has bastardssss out of wedlock..
We should be objective when we open our mouth and not let sentiments cloud our reasoning
And as for RAD saying buhari can do him nothing...this is the begining of his folly
He admitted to taking soldiers to Auchi during the presidential election... And there is prove that the arrival of the soldiers disrupt the elections...
1,He will tell us when he became a commandant in the army and who gave him the authority
2, He will tell us why he broke the curvew according to police during election hours when oshiomole CSO of edo could not leave his area
3,He will also tell us why he distrupted elections in that area ..ballot box snatching and intimidation galore
Buhari specifically said electoral offenders will be punished, he said this to south east and south south leaders..
RAD should better shut up and do what Arthur Eze and co are doing instead of digging his own grave
But I pray that God will not give him the wisdom ...amen
|Re: Raymond Dokpesi To Buhari: Documentaries We Ran About You Were Factually Correct by Nobody: 2:07pm On May 02, 2015|
after peddling lies on Buhari, the mofo's are still defending themselves... bunch of bloody bastards.
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