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Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by basingstoke: 3:42pm On Jul 09, 2016
Readers in the back page of today's THISDAY NEWSPAPER have called out Dele Momodu for saying that it is okay for all president Buhari's appointment to come from Daura.
Please Read on.



HOW THEY MISLEAD OUR LEADERS


Fellow Nigerians, let me start by apologising for my absence on this page last week. I could not believe the torrents of comments on social media and the number of calls from friends and well-wishers from far and near enquiring about my welfare. Everyone was concerned because they know how much dedication and discipline goes into writing a weekly column. Even I sometimes wonder how I’m able to keep a date with you week in and week out.
Once in a while we all suffer from what’s often referred to as mental block. It is a writer’s affliction that makes it impossible for you to think and write meaningfully. That was exactly what happened to me and I’m glad you understood and accepted my predicament in good faith. Your love for Pendulum propels and keeps me going. Once again, I experienced that love last week and I was deeply touched. From the bottom of my heart, I say thank you and may God shower you with His abundant favours always.

Thank God, I’m back this week with my weekly epistle to fellow Nigerians and Africans. You must be wondering about the title of my article today, especially the word “they” and who it refers to ultimately. You don’t have to guess too much as I will explain to you in a jiffy. The “they” are those groups of men and women who litter the corridors of power in our dear beloved country Nigeria. They are some wonderful people who understand how to manoeuvre their ways through the labyrinth of power. They are professional hijackers who know how to hold powerful people, particularly our leaders, hostage. Nigerians usually call them the cabal or Mafia or whatever nomenclature is in vogue at the time. Truth is, they exist in reality.

What is often baffling is that these folks perch like rattlesnakes and pounce at the slightest opportunity on the men of power. They inflict their poison and, sooner than later, their victim begins to behave unusually, even sometimes irrationally. The more the poison permeates the body, the more the victim sinks deeper into the abyss and onlookers begin to observe a complete transformation and transfiguration. Surprisingly, these guys were and are never around during the struggles. Once the struggle is over, they crawl out of whatever holes they were ensconced in whilst things were hot! And they soon become the greatest beneficiaries of a campaign they never partook of. Trust me, every government has them. If you ask me, it is one reason most of our governments have failed so spectacularly.

My preamble is predicated on my deep observation of what is going on in Nigeria at the moment. I can say I know President Muhammadu Buhari reasonably well even if I was a latter day convert to Buharism. But once I got hooked like a drug addict, I was ready to go the whole hog and I have never looked back. Buhari’s appeal is based on his populist credentials. We all saw him as a man of the people and a Mr Scrooge who would never waste scarce resources on frivolities. But the “they” of Nigeria have repackaged Baba to the extent that many now refer to him as the “Gucci President”. Every fashion designer’s delight, as he has become a veritable fashion trendsetter. Of course, this is not to denigrate the President because his previous austere style suits him as much as his now trendy look becomes him! The fact is that by his handsome, gangling and fit nature, the President will always appear impeccably turned out and well groomed. However, now, his paraphernalia of power has become somehow bloated and overly flamboyant as well. How are the mighty changing!

The existing theory is that President Buhari has inadvertently fallen victim of political 419ners who have persuaded him about how powerful a Nigerian President is and why he must play the part always by being overtly fashionable. I’m sorry to say that they are stylishly setting Baba up for monumental failure. I expect their agents to swarm the internet and abuse anyone who dare say anything about the grand scam currently going on but it won’t be strange. Every government I have known since I became an adult had such acolytes to sing their praises and hold them up as infallible. But no sooner than the baton of power changes than they disappear only to reappear sometime and somewhere in the no distant future screaming adulations of the unsuspecting new leader.

I vividly remember the period of the Shehu Shagari Presidency. The poor teacher and humble farmer could do no wrong. There was a popular Yoruba song specially composed and sang for him: “Oluwa lo yan Shagari, Shehu Shagari…” Shagari’s apotheosis was instantly assured. Those who saw the rot in the outlandishly profligate government were tagged dangerous dissidents and told to shut their traps up. Wole Soyinka, our own William Shakespeare, was one of the most vociferous critics at the time.

As days climbed days and months rode on months, the Shagari government became neurotic and saw enemies everywhere real or imagined. Out of fear for its safety and stability, the Nigeria Police Force was over-militarised as if in competition with the Nigerian Army. We watched incredulously as the police under the iron grip of probably the most powerful Inspector-General Police Nigeria ever employed, Mr Sunday Adewusi, became ostensibly omnipotent. The Shagari government controlled the heavens and the earth. The 1983 general elections was the last straw that broke the back of that government.

The end came on December 31, 1983. A terse announcement by a relatively unknown soldier at the time, named Sani Abacha, shattered the invincibility of the Shagari regime into smithereens. A new Head of State, Muhammadu Buhari and his ‘deputy’, Babatunde Idiagbon were promptly installed. They in turn wasted no time in pronouncing the direction of their government which was predicated on ‘war against indiscipline’ (WAI). That war encapsulated everything that was wrong with Nigeria. While it was a worthwhile, expedient and necessary move, the government failed to understand the complexity of Nigerians. Our people love the concept of change in the metaphysical sense but not in any way that hurts them and their families or friends. That was the reality that soon hit Buhari and Idiagbon like thunderbolts. While they were busy jailing and punishing the corrupt politicians, they were undoubtedly amassing enemies. They were goaded on by fifth columnists within and before long, it was time to strike. The end came on August 27, 1985.

The same Abacha who announced Buhari’s arrival pronounced his departure. It was such a cruel twist of fate. A supposedly friendlier, humane and urbane Head of State, Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, was catapulted on to the national stage. He was projected as Buhari’s fairer alter ego. He opened up the cells and disgraced and humiliated politicians in their various stages of dilapidation spilled out like locusts. Buhari immediately became the bad guy and Babangida the benevolent dictator. Where Buhari was stern-faced, Babangida wore his famous toothy smile like the archetypal good guy. That was it. Everything Buhari had built got dismantled. The solid foundation of discipline and incorruptibility he was laying was uprooted in one fell swoop! Nigerians’ penchant for good life and happy living won the day.

It wasn’t long before the “they” started digging the grave for Babangida himself. He assembled arguably one of the best teams ever, no doubt, but it remains a mystery who his real advisers were that persuaded him to turn Nigeria into a game of football. His sobriquet of Maradona, though very apt, was also an albatross. He dribbled so much and resorted to endless transition time tables. So much so, that he eventually dribbled himself into scoring an own goal. Politicians were banned and unbanned according to the whims and caprices of one man. When the elections eventually took place, on June 12, 1993, they were programmed to fail spectacularly. Till this day no one knows what truly happened that led to our best elections ever being truncated and annulled. Pity that none of the influencers in the Nigerian polity could dissuade Babangida from committing this unfortunate and costly hara-kiri. Even worse, no one or group has come out to say they advised him against such perfidious act but he did not listen. Nigeria is yet to recover from that stupendous tragedy.

The fall came on August 27, 1993, when he suddenly stepped aside and handed over to a lame duck Interim National Government (ING) headed by Chief Ernest ‘Degunle Shonekan.

This government was as weak as they come. It lacked the liver to deliver on revalidating the annulled mandate freely given to the winner of the Presidential election, Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola. This would have enjoyed the wide support of the people but sadly such opportunity was missed by the inept team and the interim government was soon sacked by General Sani Abacha. Babangida had apparently set up the ING with a view to returning as a civilian President but man proposes and God disposes. His nemesis was Abacha his erstwhile compatriot and friend!

The understanding when Abacha seized power in a military coup was that he was going to right the wrongs of the June 12 elections, clean up the remnants of the Babangida loyalists and give power back to the man elected freely by Nigerians. That turned out to be a classic case of naiveté at its most ludicrous. The man simply collected power pronto and sat down pretty. No Jupiter was going to remove him from that gilded cage. The Abacha government failed like others to learn the lessons of history and most importantly that no leader had ever succeeded in enslaving Nigerians…

I’ve deliberately taken us down memory lane to demonstrate how the demons of power have sentenced Nigeria perpetually to stupidity and backwardness. And it seems a fool at 56 is almost irredeemable from its tomfoolery unless a miracle happens. That’s the miracle we gave to President Buhari last year on a platter of gold after his fourth attempt. But things seem to be spiralling out of control. I know the President would be told all is well by those benefitting from the current state of things but, walahi, I will always tell Baba the truth. I’ve come to see him as the last hope of the masses and if he fails we all fail.

The first truth is that this government is looking too elitist and ceremonial. I’m not sure this is intentional. The amount of time, energy and resources being deployed on hosting this and that is becoming ridiculous. Whoever suggested that the President should break Ramadan fasts with so much fanfare did not do any good for a government with too many horrendous challenges. If I had any influence in this government, I will advise that government needs to demonstrate its commitments and seriousness at tackling the intractable problems. We should see pictures of brainstorming sessions.

We should have and see a brilliant economic team at work. We should see the President supervising projects nationwide in his jackboots. We should see the President appointing the many Nigerian geniuses that litter every part of the world to assist him use the power God has bestowed on him to benefit ordinary Nigerians. The qualities of appointments we are seeing lately have become appallingly lacklustre. This is not the best Nigeria can offer.

I do not really care if even if all appointees come from Daura, I would leave that agitations to others, who may be myopic or selfish. I’m more interested in the merit, competence and patriotism of such people. President Buhari can make do with a star-studded team regardless of political and religious affiliations. It is never too late to CHANGE!


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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by SeverusSnape(m): 3:59pm On Jul 09, 2016
What a foolish write up by Dele. Just when I thought the man's senses are coming back, he releases another trash filled article.

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious entity, and every body must and should be carried along, Everyone should have a sense of belonging. How can a sane person say the president "can appoint everyone from his town, as long as they are all competent and patriotic", Is Daura or Northern Nigeria the only place patriotic citizens are found??

Would this foolish sycophantic Ass-licker had written this same thing if Jonathan was the one doing this... Fact remains that, Buhari is the most divisive, most bigoted, most parochial and most senseless president this country have gotten since independence.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by dunkem21(m): 4:03pm On Jul 09, 2016
Sarcasm at its peak cheesy

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Sealeddeal(m): 4:03pm On Jul 09, 2016
Buhari's regime is the worst thing to have befallen Nigeria.
Every Nigerian is becoming a wailer save those in or near corridor of power. The dangerous thing is that the President seems to get worse with every advice he receive.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by NaijaMutant(f): 4:06pm On Jul 09, 2016
Mr Dele MUMUDU

Say no more, Zombies have already agreed with you


YORUBAS ARE JUST SHAMEFULLY GLOATING OVER THEIR SUPPORT FOR THIS DULLARD

i'm ashamed of the height of sychophancy and foolishness of the yoruba nation even in the face of the NORTHERNIZAION of Nigeria

Have we lost our voice and our pride

Have will sold it for a piece of pottage

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Amazondepth(m): 4:11pm On Jul 09, 2016
This is deeply worrying.so it is foolish agitation for well meaning Nigerians to demand some sort of spread in appointments to reflect our diversity?The extent of bigotry and sycophancy stinks to high heavens. Pls Dele Momodu and other Yoruba elites if u r truly close to PMB tell him the truth for the interest of even ur people d Yorubas and Nigeria in general.thats how Hitler was led on to believe he could do no wrong and ended up ruining Germany,Europe and almost d whole world

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by NaijaMutant(f): 4:15pm On Jul 09, 2016
SeverusSnape:
What a foolish write up by Dele. Just when I thought the man's senses are coming back, he releases another trash filled article.

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious entity, and every body must and should be carried along, Everyone should have a sense of belonging. How can a sane person say the president "can appoint everyone from his town, as long as they are all competent and patriotic", Is Daura or Northern Nigeria the only place patriotic citizens are found??

The frog is trying to be relevant every saturday by writing boring stories that increases zombeism in Nigeria called pendulum.

Goodnews is that only zombies reads his boring story

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by ConqueredWest: 4:15pm On Jul 09, 2016
Just Guess His Tribe.?

It is okay for Buhari but if it is Jonathan the AFONJAS in the west will cry foul.

Why is it that a people from a particular part of the South are political hypocrites

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by dynicks(m): 4:16pm On Jul 09, 2016
angryWELL LET ME JUST HOPE HE IS BEING SARCASTIC.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by SeverusSnape(m): 4:16pm On Jul 09, 2016
Amazondepth:
This is deeply worrying.so it is foolish agitation for well meaning Nigerians to demand some sort of spread in appointments to reflect our diversity?The extent of bigotry and sycophancy stinks to high heavens. Pls Dele Momodu and other Yoruba elites if u r truly close to PMB tell him the truth for the interest of even ur people d Yorubas and Nigeria in general.thats how Hitler was led on to believe he could do no wrong and ended up ruining Germany,Europe and almost d whole world

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by apcisevil: 4:17pm On Jul 09, 2016
Yet you zombies think it is not OK for ND to keep their oil to themselves... God will punish all you evil sycophants

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by vedaxcool(m): 4:20pm On Jul 09, 2016
SeverusSnape:
What a foolish write up by Dele. Just when I thought the man's senses are coming back, he releases another trash filled article.

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious entity, and every body must and should be carried along, Everyone should have a sense of belonging. How can a sane person say the president "can appoint everyone from his town, as long as they are all competent and patriotic", Is Daura or Northern Nigeria the only place patriotic citizens are found??


Time is suppose to heal you but you haven't done much healing. .. hello can you hear me.

It seems like yesterday you became a wailer and today a wailing zombie hello.

buhahaha grin I agree he was saying rubbish when he was laundering Allison Madueke corrupt tainted image... Wholly rubbish.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by gists: 4:20pm On Jul 09, 2016
Amazondepth:
This is deeply worrying.so it is foolish agitation for well meaning Nigerians to demand some sort of spread in appointments to reflect our diversity?The extent of bigotry and sycophancy stinks to high heavens. Pls Dele Momodu and other Yoruba elites if u r truly close to PMB tell him the truth for the interest of even ur people d Yorubas and Nigeria in general.thats how Hitler was led on to believe he could do no wrong and ended up ruining Germany,Europe and almost d whole world
grin grin grin grin
Wow!!
It is hypo crazy to be agitating for biafra and still be complaining of lack of representation in the Nigerian government - while at the same time defending the case against Ekwerumadu so as to keep him as the no2 man in the Nigerian legislature.

Yeah, go ahead and call me a zombie. Just remember that you are still asking for help from other zombies as I have highlighted in your post.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by anibi9674: 4:22pm On Jul 09, 2016
dumb, dumbo, dumbest. comment.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by SeverusSnape(m): 4:22pm On Jul 09, 2016
vedaxcool:
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Time is suppose to heal you but you haven't done much healing. .. hello can you hear me.

It seems like yesterday you became a wailer and today a wailing zombie hello.

buhahaha grin I agree he was saying rubbish when he was laundering Allison Madueke corrupt tainted image... Wholly rubbish.
Zombie man is here, I was expecting this. Just look at the rubbish this guy is typing, He didn't even make an attempt to counter what was written by me.

Your fellow zombies can't even agree with you, Because most of them don't even like this one sided appointments dullardeen is doing. Shame on you.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Nobody: 4:24pm On Jul 09, 2016
This over feed baby should just shut his fat mouth!

No wonder Davido ridicule him every now and then.


He should not only appoint everybody from daura,he should also give order for every federal and private companies in nigeria(including your OVATION magazine) to relocate to daura.

Big for nothing.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by vedaxcool(m): 4:27pm On Jul 09, 2016
Amazondepth:
This is deeply worrying.so it is foolish agitation for well meaning Nigerians to demand some sort of spread in appointments to reflect our diversity?The extent of bigotry and sycophancy stinks to high heavens. Pls Dele Momodu and other Yoruba elites if u r truly close to PMB tell him the truth for the interest of even ur people d Yorubas and Nigeria in general.thats how Hitler was led on to believe he could do no wrong and ended up ruining Germany,Europe and almost d whole world

Yoruba are the leading cause of errectile dysfunction in your village shay? Are we now justified to believe that Ijaw elites are no wiser than Jogogoro the hero of thieves? Why don't you limit your points to the writeup which you can rightly say is flawed as usual.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by seunmsg(m): 4:30pm On Jul 09, 2016
SeverusSnape:
What a foolish write up by Dele. Just when I thought the man's senses are coming back, he releases another trash filled article.

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious entity, and every body must and should be carried along, Everyone should have a sense of belonging. How can a sane person say the president "can appoint everyone from his town, as long as they are all competent and patriotic", Is Daura or Northern Nigeria the only place patriotic citizens are found??

Would this foolish sycophantic Ass-licker had written this same thing if Jonathan was the one doing this... Fact remains that, Buhari is the most divisive, most bigoted, most parochial and most senseless president this country have gotten since from independence.

Amazondepth:
This is deeply worrying.so it is foolish agitation for well meaning Nigerians to demand some sort of spread in appointments to reflect our diversity?The extent of bigotry and sycophancy stinks to high heavens. Pls Dele Momodu and other Yoruba elites if u r truly close to PMB tell him the truth for the interest of even ur people d Yorubas and Nigeria in general.thats how Hitler was led on to believe he could do no wrong and ended up ruining Germany,Europe and almost d whole world

Did you guys read the article or you just commented based on the title? Dele Momodu is not supporting the president in any way in this piece, he only passed his message by way of sarcasm. Read again and understand the point he's trying to make.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by vedaxcool(m): 4:33pm On Jul 09, 2016
SeverusSnape:

Zombie man is here. Just look at the rubbish this guy is typing, He didn't even make an attempt to counter what was written by me.

Your fellow zombies can't even agree with you, Because most of them don't even like this one sided appointments dullardeen is doing. Shame on you.

Counter you illiterate jibber jabber that mimicks the words of a dishonest wailing zombie? I pray you develop the capacity to have a little truth in your life and know what it means to be honest.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by SeverusSnape(m): 4:36pm On Jul 09, 2016
seunmsg:




Did you guys read the article or you just commented based on the title? Dele Momodu is not supporting the president in any way in this piece, he only passed his message by way of sarcasm. Read again and understand the point he's trying to make.


I do not really care if even if all appointees come from Daura, I would leave that agitations to others, who may be myopic or selfish. I’m more interested in the merit, competence and patriotism of such people. President Buhari can make do with a star-studded team regardless of political and religious affiliations.


Did you read the above quoted... Stop defending rubbish Mr. Man.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Nobody: 4:36pm On Jul 09, 2016
I think momodu just ridiculed buhari with that statement.

Though his statement was provocative.

Shame on those who brought this shame to nigeria.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by SeverusSnape(m): 4:38pm On Jul 09, 2016
vedaxcool:
[s][/s]
Counter you illiterate jibber jabber that mimicks the words of a dishonest wailing zombie? I pray you develop the capacity to have a little truth in your life and know what it means to be honest.
Your zombiesm is powered by the sun. Non-stop. You're a zombie, I'm a wailer. Why always trying to give us your name?... What do you have to say about Buhari's one sided appointments??

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Fawyjanty(m): 4:46pm On Jul 09, 2016
The messanger is a known 'political journalist' but the message here is on point.We voted Buhari because we expected a spartan lifestyle.He better free himself from these hawks before it is too late.Did I hear u say he is hypnotizes?Nigerians keep watch!

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by tola9ja: 4:46pm On Jul 09, 2016
if he will be the only 1 to rule without minister All we need is stable electricity good road reduce corruption and provide job fo 80% nigerian
Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by veekid(m): 4:46pm On Jul 09, 2016
Davido own boi don speak o

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by HDee(m): 4:47pm On Jul 09, 2016
grin
Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by tola9ja: 4:47pm On Jul 09, 2016
SeverusSnape:
What a foolish write up by Dele. Just when I thought the man's senses are coming back, he releases another trash filled article.

Nigeria is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious entity, and every body must and should be carried along, Everyone should have a sense of belonging. How can a sane person say the president "can appoint everyone from his town, as long as they are all competent and patriotic", Is Daura or Northern Nigeria the only place patriotic citizens are found??

Would this foolish sycophantic Ass-licker had written this same thing if Jonathan was the one doing this... Fact remains that, Buhari is the most divisive, most bigoted, most parochial and most senseless president this country have gotten since independence.
anibi9674:
dumb, dumbo, dumbest. comment.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by sanandreas(m): 4:47pm On Jul 09, 2016
No one cares. Truly the ensconced came out like rattle to pounce on this administration.

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by Nobody: 4:47pm On Jul 09, 2016
[size=28pt]in davido's voice mr dele na zombie
Dele na zombie[/size]

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Re: Dele Momodu: "I Don't Care If All Buhari's Appointments Come From Daura" by ednut1(m): 4:47pm On Jul 09, 2016
We dont care if u dont care Buhari's appointment comes from dullard abi na duara. Who u epp

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