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Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kosovo(m): 3:31pm On Jun 06, 2015
It's a known fact that you can't continue to do the samething overtime and expect different results. It's not a crime for a nation to demand a change of government, but its a crime when that change has its foundation rooted on propaganda and politics of malus peior pessimus.

Anything gotten out of emotions do not have the capacity to last. Nigerians voted on emotions not on facts. You can't fail with facts! My annoyance with the Buhahri's government is the plain lack of direction, which is recipe for "cluelessness".

A government who got victory over 3-months ago and still clueless on its ministerial positions is completely an irresponsible government! The party who has an eye for bad things, a specialist in criticism, preaching the change mantra like the second coming of Christ can't get its acts together. Doesn't it cast a doubt on the notorious change they hanged on their neck? It is even more disgraceful that the issue of Senate presidency will find its way on the headlines of newspapers.

Somebody said and I agree, those who fail to read history books are those who repeat history! This is clearly how the government of GEJ started. No clear-cut direction. It is even more ridiculous locking out the Vice-President from a security meeting. At first, it played out like one of those expensive jokes released by e-touts, the confirmation of such disgraceful act by the APC-led government was the height of all reckless-abandonment.

The first thing Buhari did was to announce the re-location of the Army command center to the North-East, without thinking about the consequence. A week after the premature announcement, nothing has changed!

Finally, the president kick-started a tour to other countries, literally begging for assistance to end Boko Haram, the same movement GEJ did. Of course the APC rained insult on the man, which was further re-echoed by gullible Nigerians who can't see beyond their nose.

The dept of every foundation determines the height of any building. The foundation of this government doesn't reflect any change, it's a shame Nigerians will have to suffer repetition of the same events that has befallen this British experiment called Nigeria, coined by an unholy matrimony between the southern protectorate and northern protectorate. Each time I think about Nigeria, I can't help but condemn to hell the bones of Lord Lugard who raped our women, took our men as slaves and brought doom upon a people who had dreams that never were.

For those who were la-phoned by the scandal of APC, do not regret, it's time for you to wake up and realize that government doesn't bring change, people do. No government can change anything, it's the people who will decide to change themselves before transformation can happen. Unfortunately, that change can't come in an entity called Nigeria, as tribalism, ethnocentrism and political jingoism has eroded the sanity of a great people.

Let me say again that any government who can't have its cabinet within one week is a failed government. You cant build upon cluelessness and expect results. That can only be the recipie for #OnceChance governance.

I heard someone said, Buhairi is scared of failing Nigerians. I agree, the APC promised Heaven on Earth. They criticized instead of helping the government. Now, they realize that criticism and governance is not the same thing! undecided

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Nobody: 3:34pm On Jun 06, 2015
What?
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kaorama(m): 4:32pm On Jun 06, 2015
interesting
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Leebeedo(m): 5:46pm On Jun 06, 2015
Wonderful piece man.....really impressive.

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by bunmititi(f): 6:08pm On Jun 06, 2015
excellent write-up!

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by stevecantrell: 6:11pm On Jun 06, 2015
The slow start is a surprise...but I believe all Thomases will be silenced in the end.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by enkay2go(f): 6:16pm On Jun 06, 2015
Nice one!
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Trut(m): 6:17pm On Jun 06, 2015
stevecantrell:
The slow start is a surprise...but I believe all Thomases will be silenced in the end.

Adonbiliv you grin
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Nobody: 6:20pm On Jun 06, 2015
Brilliant and lovely! You have written well... Buhari is a Trainee President

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Nobody: 6:21pm On Jun 06, 2015
Nigerian gullibility is world famous....  Our gullibility is so entrenched into our psyche we fall everytime the same old trick is used on us.

To start with the APC is an amalgamation of diverse parties whose intents and aspirations are as different as their faces.... 

An institution that lacks a coherent ideology, vision and mission will be plagued by bitter Internecine squabbles...  Ultimately it is the masses that would suffer the consequences.

The man whom you gave your mandate has the strangest bed fellows for a would be anti-corruption leader..and yet we did not use our common sense. Okay you u think he's gonna wake up one morning and go after Jagaban, or Atiku or IBB.


By the time the Dullard of Daura has finished dealing with  y'all that shouted change like it was going out fashion,  hopefully you'd be much wiser.

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Flets: 6:27pm On Jun 06, 2015
No surprises here

With the level of lies and propaganda with which Buhari rode into office...... It was always bound to fall short of the impossible expectations they set for Nigerians by themselves.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by omenka(m): 6:29pm On Jun 06, 2015
A thread for recalcitrant TANoids to pat themselves on the back. cheesy

As you wish the president fails, 1000 more pray he succeeds. Your wishes shall find permanent abode in your life and that of your families, amen. smiley

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by OAM4J: 6:35pm On Jun 06, 2015
kosovo:
It's a known fact that you can't continue to do the samething overtime and expect different results. It's not a crime for a nation to demand a change of government, but its a crime when that change has its foundation rooted on propaganda and politics of malus peior pessimus.
Anything gotten out of emotions do not have the capacity to last. Nigerians voted on emotions and not on facts, because you can't fail with facts. My annoyance with the Buhahri's government is the plain lack of direction, which is recipe for "cluelessness".
A government who got victory over 3-months ago and still clueless on its ministerial positions is completely an irresponsible government! The party who has an eye for bad things, a specialist in criticism, preaching the change mantra like the second coming of Christ can't get its acts together. Doesn't it cast a doubt on the notorious change they hanged on their neck? It is even more disgraceful that the issue of Senate presidency will find its way in the headlines of newspapers.
Somebody said and I agree, those who fail to read history books are those who repeat history! This is clearly how the government of GEJ started. No clear-cut direction. It is even more ridiculous locking out the Vice-President from a security meeting. At first, it played out like one of those expensive jokes released by e-touts, the confirmation of such disgraceful act by the APC-led government was the height of all reckless-abandonment.
The first thing Buhari did was to announce the re-location of the Army command center to the North-East, without thinking about the consequence. A week after the premature announcement, nothing has changed!
Finally, the president kick-started a tour to other countries, literally begging for assistance to end Boko Haram, the same movement GEJ did. Of course the APC rained insult on the man, which was further re-echoed by gullible Nigerians who can't see beyond their nose.
The dept of every foundation determines the height of any building. The foundation of this government doesn't reflect any change, it's a shame Nigerians will have to suffer repetition of the same events that has befallen this British experiment called Nigeria, coined by an unholy matrimony between the souther protectorate and northern protectorate. Each time I think about Nigeria, I can't help but condemn to hell the bones of Lord Lugard who raped our women, took our men as slaves and brought doom upon a people who had dreams that never were.
For those who were la-phoned by the scandal of APC, do no regret, it's time for you to wake up and realize that government doesn't bring change, people do. No government can change anything, it's the people who will decide to change themselves before transformation can happen. Unfortunately, that change can't come in an entity called Nigeria, as tribalism, ethnocentrism and political jingoism has eroded the sanity of great people.
Let me say again that any government who can't have its cabinet within one week is a failed government. You can build upon cluelessness and expect results. That can only be the recipie for #OnceChance governance.
I heard someone said, Buhairi is scared of failing Nigerians. I agree, the APC promised Heaven on Earth. They criticized instead of helping the government. Now, they realize that criticism and governance is not the same thing! undecided

Too early my friend Kosovo.

Even if he has a list of people for ministerial positions, he cannot make it open now because the new national assembly that will receive and approve the list is yet to be constituted.

Though I think he should have appointed his chief of staff and The Secretary to The Government but then a week is too early to judge him.

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Zoharariel(m): 6:35pm On Jun 06, 2015
SaTANists trying so hard to get even for their Drunk Master's loss at the polls. grin

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Flets: 6:37pm On Jun 06, 2015
omenka:
A thread for recalcitrant TANoids to pat themselves on the back. cheesy

As you wish the president fails, 1000 more pray he succeeds. Your wishes shall find permanent abode in your life and that of your families, amen. smiley

The problem with jan.ja.wids is that they don't know when to draw the line on propaganda.

Give it up already, campaigns are over and Nigerians are yearning for action .......

If only APC knew the level of damage their negative politicking did to Nigeria ..... We might never recover from it. Lies mixed with propaganda, tribalism and ethnocentrism is the worst recipe for disaster.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by bettercreature(m): 6:37pm On Jun 06, 2015
@Kosovo,its been ages
i really thought you've changed your moniker
You guys shouldnt be panic PMB is still busy reading the hand over note handed to him
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Emekamex(m): 6:38pm On Jun 06, 2015
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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by ZKOSOSO(m): 6:39pm On Jun 06, 2015
What more can I say? Guy, u said it all except the ethnocentrism should have been ethno-religious factor!!

What do u expect from the Dullard of Daura?
Nothing! Am on 4yr Holiday untill the DD is out!!

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Chubhie: 6:44pm On Jun 06, 2015
It is through demonstration that one knows the wrestler. From the way PMB has postured and demonstrated these past months we may be in for #1chance if nothing urgent is done to rescue our nation.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Nobody: 7:36pm On Jun 06, 2015
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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by arbitter: 7:39pm On Jun 06, 2015
Okay, We thank you for your garbage analysis.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kosovo(m): 2:37am On Jun 08, 2015
OAM4J:


Too early my friend Kosovo.

Even if he has a list of people for ministerial positions, he cannot make it open now because the new national assembly that will receive and approve the list is yet to be constituted.

Though I think he should have appointed his chief of staff and The Secretary to The Government but then a week is too early to judge him.

Hello Buddy, been a while .. wink

I do not incline to any political party, I am only venting the frustration of many, judging by the intensity of the APC campaign machinery. One would naturally expect that their government will start working within hours of their "take-over"..
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kosovo(m): 2:41am On Jun 08, 2015
bettercreature:
@Kosovo,its been ages
i really thought you've changed your moniker
You guys shouldnt be panic PMB is still busy reading the hand over note handed to him

Really? cheesy

Most times, What I do is just to read.. It's been increasing-ling difficult to manage my time on other things..

Regards to you and your household.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Chimezie250(m): 3:13am On Jun 08, 2015
That is how the Muslim brotherhood started,just hope they won't follow their footstep
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by nonaira: 3:30am On Jun 08, 2015
I'm shocked how fast Buhari's government is failing. I thought for sure, it'll last at least a month before he shows how bad of a leader he truly is. I can't believe it's only been just a week and ever since he took over, every thing is going backwards. He even copied GEJ's line of defense by going to Chad and Niger and begging for their assistance. Something he, Bihari, condemned when GEJ did it. It's really ridiculous but all I'm going to say is a big fat NTOOOR to Nigerians. It's a damn shame SS and SE have to deal with this backward leader as well.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by Nobody: 5:42am On Jun 08, 2015
I knew it from the very beginning that dis change was not a good one! But enjoy ur Daura President nigeria!
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by olasmith10(m): 5:59am On Jun 08, 2015
am sure dis thread was orchestrated by SATanoids..d first 7 comments confirms dat.av never come across a collection of ignoramus such as dis one displayed at d full glare of d public..
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by mogentle(m): 8:03am On Jun 08, 2015
The crying and wailing thread!!!!
Baba, carry go, this change is real.
In other news, IPMAN is planning to bring in fuel without subsidy, and some are gnashing their teeth here. Awon oloshi.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by mikolo80: 8:48am On Jun 08, 2015
kosovo:
It's a known fact that you can't continue to do the samething overtime and expect different results. It's not a crime for a nation to demand a change of government, but its a crime when that change has its foundation rooted on propaganda and politics of malus peior pessimus.

Anything gotten out of emotions do not have the capacity to last. Nigerians voted on emotions and not on facts, because you can't fail with facts. My annoyance with the Buhahri's government is the plain lack of direction, which is recipe for "cluelessness".

A government who got victory over 3-months ago and still clueless on its ministerial positions is completely an irresponsible government! The party who has an eye for bad things, a specialist in criticism, preaching the change mantra like the second coming of Christ can't get its acts together. Doesn't it cast a doubt on the notorious change they hanged on their neck? It is even more disgraceful that the issue of Senate presidency will find its way on the headlines of newspapers.

Somebody said and I agree, those who fail to read history books are those who repeat history! This is clearly how the government of GEJ started. No clear-cut direction. It is even more ridiculous locking out the Vice-President from a security meeting. At first, it played out like one of those expensive jokes released by e-touts, the confirmation of such disgraceful act by the APC-led government was the height of all reckless-abandonment.

The first thing Buhari did was to announce the re-location of the Army command center to the North-East, without thinking about the consequence. A week after the premature announcement, nothing has changed!

Finally, the president kick-started a tour to other countries, literally begging for assistance to end Boko Haram, the same movement GEJ did. Of course the APC rained insult on the man, which was further re-echoed by gullible Nigerians who can't see beyond their nose.

The dept of every foundation determines the height of any building. The foundation of this government doesn't reflect any change, it's a shame Nigerians will have to suffer repetition of the same events that has befallen this British experiment called Nigeria, coined by an unholy matrimony between the souther protectorate and northern protectorate. Each time I think about Nigeria, I can't help but condemn to hell the bones of Lord Lugard who raped our women, took our men as slaves and brought doom upon a people who had dreams that never were.

For those who were la-phoned by the scandal of APC, do no regret, it's time for you to wake up and realize that government doesn't bring change, people do. No government can change anything, it's the people who will decide to change themselves before transformation can happen. Unfortunately, that change can't come in an entity called Nigeria, as tribalism, ethnocentrism and political jingoism has eroded the sanity of great people.

Let me say again that any government who can't have its cabinet within one week is a failed government. You can build upon cluelessness and expect results. That can only be the recipie for #OnceChance governance.

I heard someone said, Buhairi is scared of failing Nigerians. I agree, the APC promised Heaven on Earth. They criticized instead of helping the government. Now, they realize that criticism and governance is not the same thing! undecided
ajimobi go slow for six months but achieved more than all his predecessors combined so kep calm
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kosovo(m): 10:12am On Jun 08, 2015
barcanista:
Brilliant and lovely! You have written well... Buhari is a Trainee President

Thanks.. He is obviously a trainee president, I have always said Buhari was too rigid and may likely become a democratic perpetual failure.
Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by kosovo(m): 7:12am On Aug 24, 2015
mogentle:
The crying and wailing thread!!!!
Baba, carry go, this change is real.
In other news, IPMAN is planning to bring in fuel without subsidy, and some are gnashing their teeth here. Awon oloshi.

June 8, you said this garbage.. Two and a half months later, can you swallow your words in shame.?

I do not understand how some people go to school to become uneducated..

They believe anything because they don't stand for anything.. Believing the lies and propaganda of this retrogressive government simply tells us why your life isn't adding up..

Government of propaganda, by propaganda, for propaganda. #OneChance undecided

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Re: Buhari's Government Is Dead On Arrival by ba7man(m): 7:25am On Aug 24, 2015
kosovo:


June 8, you said this garbage.. Two and a half months later, can you swallow your words in shame.?

I do not understand how some people go to school to become uneducated..

They believe anything because they don't stand for anything.. Believing the lies and propaganda of this retrogressive government simply tells us why your life isn't adding up..

Government of propaganda, by propaganda, for propaganda. #OneChance undecided
Oga go siddon jooor.


If you are blind to the positive changes ongoing in this country after 2 1/2 months then you are truly blind. undecided......... and we still have 4yrs to go.

Because you open your mouth doesn't mean trash can't come out.

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