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It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by MyGeneration(m): 8:39pm On Jul 07, 2016
To All my Brothers from the southsouth and southeast who ever since Buhari became President they have all taken to the Position of criticizing and opposing all his actions and policies which I don't lie I have been part of.
It's high time we sheath our swords and see what Buhari has to offer "Politics is about interest's and not about tribalism" anyone who would bring development and progress to our lands should be the one we should give our support regardless of our political affiliations, trube or region.
I am not here to criticise the previous government, but truth be told apart from enriching a few minority elites he did nothing for us, from the death traps in Owerri-Ph roads to the abandoned east west road, to the bad aba-ikotekpene roads to even cross rivers roads, the list goes on.
I think for the betterment of Nigeria, the Niger delta and Africa I urge us all to Support President Buhari and give him our support let us see what he has to offer, if he fails to deliver the polls would judge him.
Peace.

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by MyGeneration(m): 8:49pm On Jul 07, 2016
Let me correct some misconceptions about President Buhari's tenure ever since he entered office, I think its high time people knew;
First I will start with the reason for the high inflation in Nigeria;
During Gej's tenure oil sold for over 100$ per barrel during that time would have been best to save alot for rainy days but the money was shared amongst the states due to pressure from the governors, sincerely speaking Gej was weak and that's where Buhari comes into play a man whose No is No, and to make matters worst not q single project can be pointed out in many of the states that received that money to show what it was used for.
Its not Buhari's fault that oil price crashed during his trasition and this caused a chain reaction to many other things, from the dollar exchange to import this was as a result that pdp's govt during its 16years failed to diversity the economy.

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by MyGeneration(m): 9:00pm On Jul 07, 2016
Secondly in the case of Ipob, Niger deltans and other secessionist group;
its quite funny how all this secessionits groups popped up over night during Buhari's tenure, but I have one thing to say even if they had done all this during Jonathan's tenure they wud have still wasted there time as they did just now, Jonathan can't and wouldn't have broken the coutry same as Buhari.
As for the ipob people who have been complaining that the reason for the attack of them by military is out of hate by Buhari then what would the shiite muslims say, any reasonable person who knew what traspired in the shiite massacres would have known that this administration wasn't cut out for rubbish and behaved but they choose to fall a scape goat, my condolences to them but I plead again let go of this Biafra issue lives that have been lost to it is unbearable to Nigeria and Nigeria is not happy about this lives of its citizens been lost, Nigeria doesnt necessarily mean the comments u read on social media but all of us, most comments u see supporting it most of them in real lives are people who cant hurt even a fly.

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by frankyychiji(f): 9:03pm On Jul 07, 2016
Stay away from weed Op. Nuff said.

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by freeze001(f): 9:05pm On Jul 07, 2016
My friend shut it there! We know ur type finish for here! Just pocket ur sanctimonious nonsense! The fact that u label d IPOB and Niger Delta activities as popping up over night because Buhari came into office immediately betrays ur real personality and roots!

Who are ur brothers from the SS and SE? Be bold enough to come clean and be true to ur family background!

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by Nne5(f): 9:21pm On Jul 07, 2016
frankyychiji:
Stay away from weed Op. Nuff said.

grin haha bros you no get joy oo
I second you sha

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by ElCount: 9:23pm On Jul 07, 2016
Who be this one? Mtcheew!

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by EasternActivist: 10:06pm On Jul 07, 2016
Op come out clean if you have a cockroach in your cupboard....

SE and SS are now your brothers? Stop taking cheap osogbo weed.

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Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by frankyychiji(f): 6:52am On Jul 08, 2016
Nne5:

grin haha bros you no get joy oo
I second you sha
How pesin wan get joy with the price of things in the market.
Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by belente(m): 7:19am On Jul 08, 2016
@ op duara cow dung is not good for your health
Re: It's Time To Sheat Our Swords O 5 Percents.... by attackgat: 7:42am On Jul 08, 2016
MyGeneration:
Secondly in the case of Ipob, Niger deltans and other secessionist group;
its quite funny how all this secessionits groups popped up over night during Buhari's tenure, but I have one thing to say even if they had done all this during Jonathan's tenure they wud have still wasted there time as they did just now, Jonathan can't and wouldn't have broken the coutry same as Buhari.
As for the ipob people who have been complaining that the reason for the attack of them by military is out of hate by Buhari then what would the shiite muslims say, any reasonable person who knew what traspired in the shiite massacres would have known that this administration wasn't cut out for rubbish and behaved but they choose to fall a scape goat, my condolences to them but I plead again let go of this Biafra issue lives that have been lost to it is unbearable to Nigeria and Nigeria is not happy about this lives of its citizens been lost, Nigeria doesnt necessarily mean the comments u read on social media but all of us, most comments u see supporting it most of them in real lives are people who cant hurt even a fly.

You are a disgrace for writting this. Who is a Nigerian? A west African that Lord Lugard and the British came to make money off their lands? By calling your self a 'Nigerian', you call your self a slave of Lugard. What were your people called before Lugard came? Was there any historical connection between the Hausa/Yoruba/Igbo man? Lugard has come and now we are one nation and all brothers? This is the mental thinking of an African slave. It is a white man that is telling you what your country is? Can you go to Europe to tell the White man what his country is? The same Britain that shamefuly named you and your ancestors after a common River are the ones holding referendums, leaving the EU, giving Scotland a referendum and defining their destiny. But there you are still shouting 'one Nigeria' with other tribes, half of them you don't even know. When Igbos talk about defining their destiny in Biafra, people like you will come to tell them the stupid name and country that Lord Lugard brought from Europe is the best. When your Government that swore by the contitution to protect lives goes and slaughters hundreds of unarmed IPOB and Shia Muslims, you will congratulate the dictatorial tendencies of that Government. That's why African is still the only poor continent in the world. We still reason like our forefathers who were sold into slavery hundreds of years ago.

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