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Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bentopsy(m): 11:01am On May 11, 2016
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says he does not want an apology from UK Prime Minister David Cameron for describing his country as "fantastically corrupt" - but he does want the repatriation of assets stashed in the UK by corrupt Nigerians. Speaking at an anti-corruption conference in London, he said:

"No. I am not going to demand any apology from anybody. What I am demanding is the return of assets. I have already mentioned how Britain really led and how disgraceful one of the Nigerian executives was. He had to dress like a woman to leave Britain and leave behind him his bank account and fixed assets, which Britain is prepared to hand over to us. This is what I am asking for. What would I do with an apology. I need something tangible."



https://mobile.twitter.com/BBCAfrica/status/730329357579866112

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by chriskosherbal(m): 11:03am On May 11, 2016
I see
Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by DesChyko(m): 11:17am On May 11, 2016
I have to commend this response. Straightforward thinking cool

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by DropShot: 11:17am On May 11, 2016
Great!

Words on marble. Straight from his heart. Who apology don help? undecided


They say he's illiterate, yet he keeps making much sense than all their leaders put together.

I'm sure a certain IB would have said Cameron should apologize but our Bubu understands better that apology is not what we need but our money stashed away in Cameron's country and in other such destinations.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Nobody: 11:19am On May 11, 2016
Dear Daura President, David Cameron is not col. Dasuki; don't use kid glove on him else this might be the beginning of the end of Nigeria.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by DropShot: 11:20am On May 11, 2016
Mrpoker:
Dear Daura President, David Cameron is not col. Dasuki; don't use kid glove on him else this might be the beginning of the end of Nigeria.
How?

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Kingspin(m): 11:22am On May 11, 2016
No be Buhari first said it abroad? So, why are some people angry over Cameron?

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Kingspin(m): 11:23am On May 11, 2016
No be Buhari first said it abroad? So, why are some people angry over Cameron? The fact is Nigeria is corrupt till date.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bishophenry(m): 11:26am On May 11, 2016
how can a président of a nation... pay more concern on stolen money more than thé integrity of his nation... Hé doesnt need thé apology but Nigeria needs it. am not just dissapointed with him but also thé stocks of fiasco advisers.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Pataki: 11:30am On May 11, 2016
Cameron was clearly inebriated. Reminds me of an Ineffectual Buffoon of a leader who was perpetually on ogogoro 24/7. The same Ineffectual Buffoon granted a state pardon to the thief whose assets are frozen in the UK.

Well spoken and well served my PMB. Even an Archbishop stuck his own neck out to defend an honest leader when "dodgy dave" was drunk and blabbering away.

Lalasticlala, our President has spoken. Abeg amplify am. Make dem wailing wailers find something to wail about today.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by papiforreal(m): 11:33am On May 11, 2016
good

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by mars123(m): 11:34am On May 11, 2016
powerful...The funny thing is that all those people calling Buhari a dullard actually think otherwise.

But I tell those foolish wailers that if Jonathan had fought the corrupt opposition APC then Buhari fights the corrupt opposition PDP. what will be the level of corruption in Nigeria today?

Nevertheless a fight against corruption has been initiated and we can only move up from here.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by DropShot: 11:36am On May 11, 2016
bishophenry:
how can a président of a nation... pay more concern on stolen money more than thé integrity of his nation... Hé doesnt need thé apology but Nigeria needs it. am not just dissapointed with him but also thé stocks of fiasco advisers.
Think deep.

His response is a disguised slap to Cameron and UK. It's like saying " our looters and corrupt politicians wouldn't have succeeded in looting the Treasury blind if you didn't provide them the platform to keep their loots; an accomplice to corruption is also guilty of corruption".

Apology will not undo what Cameron said because it's the truth. The thing is, no leader is expected to disparage another country especially one you claim to be partnering with on the same course.

So, PMB is 100% correct with his response.

Did you see the thunderous applause that greeted his reaction?

Watch it bro.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by mars123(m): 11:36am On May 11, 2016
Mrpoker:
Dear Daura President, David Cameron is not col. Dasuki; don't use kid glove on him else this might be the beginning of the end of Nigeria.
please be the only ediot here abeg.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by mars123(m): 11:39am On May 11, 2016
bishophenry:
how can a président of a nation... pay more concern on stolen money more than thé integrity of his nation... Hé doesnt need thé apology but Nigeria needs it. am not just dissapointed with him but also thé stocks of fiasco advisers.
If you go to church on Sunday don't pray for money, good wife or anything. Just pray for wisdom like Solomon.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by ganisucks(f): 11:39am On May 11, 2016
After that slave response, yesterday, he now wants †̥♥ save face with Nigerians. Well sorry, Mr Presido, but this response is even worse than the first one, it makes Y̶̲̥̅̊ø̲̣̣̥ǖ look like a vile oblivious JJC. I don't KϞöω̲ who is worse, Garba Shehu or Femi Adesina. Lemme give Y̶̲̥̅̊ø̲̣̣̥ǖ a better response Mr President
" I heard Mr Cameron's statement about the financial depravity ☀̤̣̈̇f my country's kinsmen A̶̲̥̅̊Ω̴̩̩̩̥D̶̲̥̅̊ I have †̥♥ admit that we have a lot ☀̤̣̈̇f work †̥♥ do in the area ☀̤̣̈̇f improving our image †̥♥ the expectations ☀̤̣̈̇f the school ☀̤̣̈̇f thought that Mr Cameron belongs †̥♥. But we are up †̥♥ the task, A̶̲̥̅̊Ω̴̩̩̩̥D̶̲̥̅̊ in a few years †̥♥ come, I A̶̲̥̅♏ sure that even those who hold a more coarse view than Mr Cameron will have course †̥♥ complement our efforts. But let ♍ƺ state that, though we understand the truthfulness behind the message, with due respect †̥♥ the PM, we will not allow ourselves †̥♥ be treated like unwelcome guests, A̶̲̥̅̊Ω̴̩̩̩̥D̶̲̥̅̊ so if the UK prime minister feels we are not worthy ☀̤̣̈̇f being at this event, he should make it bold †̥♥ let us KϞöω̲ through clear channels, ☀̤̣̈̇f his true intentions".

Now is that so hard, geez, amateurs.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by jmichlins(m): 11:39am On May 11, 2016
This is what a man with balls can do not seek stupid apology. Bring back our treasures UK

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Pataki: 11:40am On May 11, 2016
bishophenry:
how can a président of a nation... pay more concern on stolen money more than thé integrity of his nation... Hé doesnt need thé apology but Nigeria needs it. am not just dissapointed with him but also thé stocks of fiasco advisers.

So it is apology that will bring back our stolen money that lies in invested properties and banks across the UK and its various British Tax Havens?

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by papiforreal(m): 11:42am On May 11, 2016
ok
Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by teekay213(m): 11:47am On May 11, 2016
cameron was just helping buhari campaign agaisnt corruption since he was moving around the world telling them how corrupt the last administration was,does he not know that other leaders in the world will help him broadcast it too?a yoruba proverb says "if you sell your brother 10kobo you wouldn't be able to buy him back 10naira".

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by malton: 11:50am On May 11, 2016
This guy is the coolest!

Sharp man!

cool

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bigerboy200: 11:52am On May 11, 2016
Who apology epp Return d money back to Nigeria..gbaaam

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by MrDavidson: 11:57am On May 11, 2016
Mrpoker:
Dear Daura President, David Cameron is not col. Dasuki; don't use kid glove on him else this might be the beginning of the end of Nigeria.

It seems you don't know what you want to write, sir. You said we should not use kid gloves on him and you're saying it might be the end of Nigeria.

Why are you ridiculing your country? Who gave Cameron the right to spew that trash on a friendly nation?

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bishophenry(m): 11:59am On May 11, 2016
Pataki:


So it is apology that will bring back our stolen money that lies in invested properties and banks across the UK and its various British Tax Havens?

everybody knows we need d money BT integrity should Côme first.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bishophenry(m): 12:00pm On May 11, 2016
mars123:
If you go to church on Sunday don't pray for money, good wife or anything. Just pray for wisdom like Solomon.
dont be stupid.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by OlujobaSamuel: 12:03pm On May 11, 2016
always on point presido.

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by bishophenry(m): 12:09pm On May 11, 2016
OlujobaSamuel:
always in point presido.
imagine... dullard
Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by olapluto(m): 12:09pm On May 11, 2016
This is a response to be proud of. General Baba!

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Re: Buhai Reacts To David Cameron's Statement About Nigeria by Beeman1(m): 12:15pm On May 11, 2016
mars123:
powerful...The funny thing is that all those people calling Buhari a dullard actually think otherwise.

But I tell those foolish wailers that if Jonathan had fought the corrupt opposition APC then Buhari fights the corrupt opposition PDP. what will be the level of corruption in Nigeria today?

Nevertheless a fight against corruption has been initiated and we can only move up from here.
U still dey mind and take those people serious U should know they are nothing but children of hate.

God bless PMB and bless anyone who love him

God bless Nigeria.

Thunder fire any enemy of our dear nation progress.

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