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2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 10:24pm On Nov 14, 2016
2019: ELECTORAL MAP-DANJUMA ABDULLAH



The electoral map of 2015 revealed a lot about the Nigerian Voting pattern. This pattern is usually ignored by many Nigerian Political analyst.

First we would examine the 2015 electoral map and weigh the chances of not only an Igbo candidacy but also a Christian coalition.

{SEE MAP BELOW}


Fact 1: The South west did not Vote in Buhari.

They simply tilted the election result in his favour. Most South west states simply gave Buhari 55% of the Votes and this was not a wide margin as was once perceived. Look critically at the south West figures and perceive the vote margin.



Fact 2: The Northern Christian vote was the single largest vote that Jonathan had during the election.

Plateau delivered more votes to Jonathan than Anambra delivered.



Fact 3: The election was rigged before the election day.

Jonathan was either too weak to stop it or too docile to halt the widespread voter irregularity. In places such as Borno PVC’s was 85% distributed, whereas in Rivers State and Akwa Ibom, long queues and fights turned many back from collecting their PVC’s. In Biu, Chibok and shani [In Southern Borno], Christians were not allowed to get their PVC’s.



Fact 4: Voter turnout was low For Jonathan’s Supporters.



The total registered Voter for the election was 67.4 million. Accredited voters was 31.76 Million [less than 50%] and casted votes was 29 million.





With these facts on ground the electoral map for 2015 is presented below:







It should be noted that Buhari won only 55-65% of votes in the south west. In Ekiti Jonathan won with a margin of 45,000 votes.





With these in mind, the 2015 electoral map for Nigeria would take on the following adjustment.





South West

Massive loss of South west votes due to biting recession and the Buhari-Tinubu fallout. This would lead to a 30% vote split for Buhari in the region. The region may be marred by low voter turnout due to political betrayal the region experienced at the hand of the Northern Allies.



South South

The region would definitely vote for the candidate of the NEWLY FORMED Political Party. The voter turnout would be enormous as the Ijaw and Igbo Population of the region would deliver a bloc vote for their candidate.



South East



The south East Region would serve as a buffer zone to the heavy weight Northern states. The region would also deliver votes like their south South counterparts. In addition to these, the voter turnout would be huge and unprecedented. This would serve the Igbo nation to break the 40 years power streak.



North Central

Any Igbo presidential aspirant that ignores this zone does so at his peril. Benue state would repay the Agatu massacre and would deliver 75% of its votes for an Igbo candidate. Kogi and Taraba are two states that have consistently aligned with the south. Jonathan won convincingly in this state. Plateau has always voted for a Christian and would give a resounding vote to an Igbo presidential candidate. Kwara, Kaduna and Niger would divide their votes on an almost equal basis between Buhari and the igbo candidate. This would be bolstered if the recession increases as the election day nears.



North East

Jonathan lost in Adamawa by a low margin and so also would an Igbo candidacy. An Atiku candidacy would only serve to displace Muslim votes from Buhari. The overwhelming Christian population of Adamawa would kick back for the many years of Caliphate domination. Borno Christians would be energized to deliver 30% of the votes [if there is no rigging]. We as Borno Christians from Chibok to Biu, from Hawul to Shani and Bayo. We would let our voices be heard. Ever since the insurgency began, Christians in Borno have been the target. They kidnapped our girls [young Christian Girls], like they did to Oruru in Bayelsa. The attacks have mostly been borne by Christians. We would deliver an Igbo president by at least contributing our share of votes. Sabongari areas of Kano and the Christian population would contribute at least 500,000 votes to compensate for whatever voter fraud and children voting that would take place.





North West



Although this is Buhari’s stronghold, the Christian vote and minority voters would ensure that Buhari does not sail through without resistance.





At the end of the results collation we would have a huge victory on our side. Only we have a lot of work to do to materialize these- STARTING FROM UNITING THE IGBO POPULACE BEHIND ONE MAN.








Danjama is a Christian writing from Biu in southern Borno.

[email]danjuma@9ja.site[/email]


http://9ja.site/2016/11/14/2019-igbo-presidency-electoral-map-abdullah-danjuma/


[url]9ja.site[/url] is a Northern Christian Politcal blog dedicated to promoting an Igbo candidacy and National Equality. Visit us regularly @ [url]9ja.site[/url]

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 10:32pm On Nov 14, 2016
Sorry the figures and votes did not show properly. I will upload a picture showing the voting patterns from my blog soon


Please feel free to comment on the post


http://9ja.site/2016/11/14/2019-igbo-presidency-electoral-map-abdullah-danjuma/


Already there a lot of Christians from Northern Nigeria that are already airing their views on an Igbo candidacy. Click on the link and read their comments and views

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by PEPPERified: 10:34pm On Nov 14, 2016
well reasoned but not plausible .

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 10:46pm On Nov 14, 2016
PEPPERified:
well reasoned but not plausible .


I would use this statement against you come July 2019.


Previous “Buhari is Expired and Perpetually Unelectable” – El Rufai {weekly post, vanguard, Punch....]

Buhari is currently your president.


https://www.thenigerianvoice.com/news/161045/1/20-reasons-why-nigerians-have-rejected-buhari-sinc.html


Even Trump was said to be unelectable.

the problem is that Northern Christians face extinction if we dont support an Igbo candidate come 2019. It is now our fight, no longer an Igbo fight.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by gwales: 10:54pm On Nov 14, 2016
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Turakidanjuma:
2019: ELECTORAL MAP-DANJUMA ABDULLAH



The electoral map of 2015 revealed a lot about the Nigerian Voting pattern. This pattern is usually ignored by many Nigerian Political analyst.

First we would examine the 2015 electoral map and weigh the chances of not only an Igbo candidacy but also a Christian coalition.


{SEE MAP BELOW}


Fact 1: The South west did not Vote in Buhari.

They simply tilted the election result in his favour. Most South west states simply gave Buhari 55% of the Votes and this was not a wide margin as was once perceived. Look critically at the south West figures and perceive the vote margin.



Fact 2: The Northern Christian vote was the single largest vote that Jonathan had during the election.

Plateau delivered more votes to Jonathan than Anambra delivered.



Fact 3: The election was rigged before the election day.

Jonathan was either too weak to stop it or too docile to halt the widespread voter irregularity. In places such as Borno PVC’s was 85% distributed, whereas in Rivers State and Akwa Ibom, long queues and fights turned many back from collecting their PVC’s. In Biu, Chibok and shani [In Southern Borno], Christians were not allowed to get their PVC’s.



Fact 4: Voter turnout was low For Jonathan’s Supporters.



The total registered Voter for the election was 67.4 million. Accredited voters was 31.76 Million [less than 50%] and casted votes was 29 million.





With these facts on ground the electoral map for 2015 is presented below:







It should be noted that Buhari won only 55-65% of votes in the south west. In Ekiti Jonathan won with a margin of 45,000 votes.





With these in mind, the 2015 electoral map for Nigeria would take on the following adjustment.





South West

Massive loss of South west votes due to biting recession and the Buhari-Tinubu fallout. This would lead to a 30% vote split for Buhari in the region. The region may be marred by low voter turnout due to political betrayal the region experienced at the hand of the Northern Allies.



South South

The region would definitely vote for the candidate of the NEWLY FORMED Political Party. The voter turnout would be enormous as the Ijaw and Igbo Population of the region would deliver a bloc vote for their candidate.



South East



The south East Region would serve as a buffer zone to the heavy weight Northern states. The region would also deliver votes like their south South counterparts. In addition to these, the voter turnout would be huge and unprecedented. This would serve the Igbo nation to break the 40 years power streak.



North Central

Any Igbo presidential aspirant that ignores this zone does so at his peril. Benue state would repay the Agatu massacre and would deliver 75% of its votes for an Igbo candidate. Kogi and Taraba are two states that have consistently aligned with the south. Jonathan won convincingly in this state. Plateau has always voted for a Christian and would give a resounding vote to an Igbo presidential candidate. Kwara, Kaduna and Niger would divide their votes on an almost equal basis between Buhari and the igbo candidate. This would be bolstered if the recession increases as the election day nears.



North East

Jonathan lost in Adamawa by a low margin and so also would an Igbo candidacy. An Atiku candidacy would only serve to displace Muslim votes from Buhari. The overwhelming Christian population of Adamawa would kick back for the many years of Caliphate domination. Borno Christians would be energized to deliver 30% of the votes [if there is no rigging]. We as Borno Christians from Chibok to Biu, from Hawul to Shani and Bayo. We would let our voices be heard. Ever since the insurgency began, Christians in Borno have been the target. They kidnapped our girls [young Christian Girls], like they did to Oruru in Bayelsa. The attacks have mostly been borne by Christians. We would deliver an Igbo president by at least contributing our share of votes. Sabongari areas of Kano and the Christian population would contribute at least 500,000 votes to compensate for whatever voter fraud and children voting that would take place.





North West



Although this is Buhari’s stronghold, the Christian vote and minority voters would ensure that Buhari does not sail through without resistance.





At the end of the results collation we would have a huge victory on our side. Only we have a lot of work to do to materialize these- STARTING FROM UNITING THE IGBO POPULACE BEHIND ONE MAN.








Danjama is a Christian writing from Biu in southern Borno
[email]danjuma@9ja.site[/email]


http://9ja.site/2016/11/14/2019-igbo-presidency-electoral-map-abdullah-danjuma/


[url]9ja.site[/url] is a Northern Christian Politcal blog dedicated to promoting an Igbo candidacy and National Equality. Visit us regularly @ [url]9ja.site[/url]
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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Nobody: 11:13pm On Nov 14, 2016
Insightful, but how can this be possible considering the Nigerian factor?
Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Nobody: 11:16pm On Nov 14, 2016
It seems a particular section of northern minority Christian opinion looks to the south east for salvation from the Fulani yoke. However, what they fail to realize is that the change which they seek is merely an exchange of masters, substituting the Fulani Oligarch ruling class for an Igbo one. Little do they know that the status quo is the lesser of the two evils

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:16pm On Nov 14, 2016
gwales:
next


Children should keep off the post. ADULTS ONLY



Mods Please FP


Lalasticlala, mynd44 Please do the needfull

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by ever811(m): 11:17pm On Nov 14, 2016
you just design a new Biafera map...

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:25pm On Nov 14, 2016
kropotkin2:
It seems a particular section of northern minority Christian opinion looks to the south east for salvation from the Fulani yoke. However, what they fail to realize is that the change which they seek is merely an exchange of masters, substituting the Fulani Oligarch ruling class for an Igbo one. Little do they know that the status quo is the lesser of the two evils


I dont seem to understand. Our church was burnt Last month in Biu by rampaging Muslim Youths[Newspapers wont tell you that], Christian Girls are being abducted by muslims everyday in Biu and Chibok and forcefully married off. How would Northern Christians voting an Igbo President result in domination by Igbo's.

Sorry for asking the above, let me ask simply; what would the Igbos do that the Muslims have not done. I am Kanuri by Tribe but my Siblings have been attacked by my fellow kanuris while returning from church.

Will the Igbos attack us when we return from Church? No, in fact they also attend service with us until the insurgency made them to leave in droves.

WHAT EXACTLY WILL THE IGBOS DO?



We have a saying in Hausa: Ina ga yaki kina ga kura

Meaning that: While I am lamenting that a fierce battle is on, you are complaining of the dust raised by the battle.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:26pm On Nov 14, 2016
ever811:
you just design a new Biafera map...



I wont derail my thread, sorry I will be ignoring you.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Nobody: 11:32pm On Nov 14, 2016
Turakidanjuma:



I dont seem to understand. Our church was burnt Last month in Biu by rampaging Muslim Youths[Newspapers wont tell you that], Christian Girls are being abducted by muslims everyday in Biu and Chibok and forcefully married off. How would Northern Christians voting an Igbo President result in domination by Igbo's.


Sorry for asking the above, let me ask simply; what would the Igbos do that the Muslims have not done. I am Kanuri by Tribe but my Siblings have been attacked by my fellow kanuris while returning from church.

Will the Igbos attack us when we return from Church? No, in fact they also attend service with us until the insurgency made them to leave in droves.

WHAT EXACTLY WILL THE IGBOS DO?
its late and i feel very drowsy. ill respond to you in the morning

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by kettykin: 11:35pm On Nov 14, 2016
kropotkin2:
its late and i feel very drowsy. ill respond to you in the morning

If you are too drowsy to think then why respond in the first instance.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Allsouls: 11:38pm On Nov 14, 2016
Turakidanjuma:
2019: ELECTORAL MAP-DANJUMA ABDULLAH



The electoral map of 2015 revealed a lot about the Nigerian Voting pattern. This pattern is usually ignored by many Nigerian Political analyst.

First we would examine the 2015 electoral map and weigh the chances of not only an Igbo candidacy but also a Christian coalition.


{SEE MAP BELOW}


Fact 1: The South west did not Vote in Buhari.

They simply tilted the election result in his favour. Most South west states simply gave Buhari 55% of the Votes and this was not a wide margin as was once perceived. Look critically at the south West figures and perceive the vote margin.



Fact 2: The Northern Christian vote was the single largest vote that Jonathan had during the election.

Plateau delivered more votes to Jonathan than Anambra delivered.



Fact 3: The election was rigged before the election day.

Jonathan was either too weak to stop it or too docile to halt the widespread voter irregularity. In places such as Borno PVC’s was 85% distributed, whereas in Rivers State and Akwa Ibom, long queues and fights turned many back from collecting their PVC’s. In Biu, Chibok and shani [In Southern Borno], Christians were not allowed to get their PVC’s.



Fact 4: Voter turnout was low For Jonathan’s Supporters.



The total registered Voter for the election was 67.4 million. Accredited voters was 31.76 Million [less than 50%] and casted votes was 29 million.





With these facts on ground the electoral map for 2015 is presented below:







It should be noted that Buhari won only 55-65% of votes in the south west. In Ekiti Jonathan won with a margin of 45,000 votes.





With these in mind, the 2015 electoral map for Nigeria would take on the following adjustment.





South West

Massive loss of South west votes due to biting recession and the Buhari-Tinubu fallout. This would lead to a 30% vote split for Buhari in the region. The region may be marred by low voter turnout due to political betrayal the region experienced at the hand of the Northern Allies.



South South

The region would definitely vote for the candidate of the NEWLY FORMED Political Party. The voter turnout would be enormous as the Ijaw and Igbo Population of the region would deliver a bloc vote for their candidate.



South East



The south East Region would serve as a buffer zone to the heavy weight Northern states. The region would also deliver votes like their south South counterparts. In addition to these, the voter turnout would be huge and unprecedented. This would serve the Igbo nation to break the 40 years power streak.



North Central

Any Igbo presidential aspirant that ignores this zone does so at his peril. Benue state would repay the Agatu massacre and would deliver 75% of its votes for an Igbo candidate. Kogi and Taraba are two states that have consistently aligned with the south. Jonathan won convincingly in this state. Plateau has always voted for a Christian and would give a resounding vote to an Igbo presidential candidate. Kwara, Kaduna and Niger would divide their votes on an almost equal basis between Buhari and the igbo candidate. This would be bolstered if the recession increases as the election day nears.



North East

Jonathan lost in Adamawa by a low margin and so also would an Igbo candidacy. An Atiku candidacy would only serve to displace Muslim votes from Buhari. The overwhelming Christian population of Adamawa would kick back for the many years of Caliphate domination. Borno Christians would be energized to deliver 30% of the votes [if there is no rigging]. We as Borno Christians from Chibok to Biu, from Hawul to Shani and Bayo. We would let our voices be heard. Ever since the insurgency began, Christians in Borno have been the target. They kidnapped our girls [young Christian Girls], like they did to Oruru in Bayelsa. The attacks have mostly been borne by Christians. We would deliver an Igbo president by at least contributing our share of votes. Sabongari areas of Kano and the Christian population would contribute at least 500,000 votes to compensate for whatever voter fraud and children voting that would take place.





North West



Although this is Buhari’s stronghold, the Christian vote and minority voters would ensure that Buhari does not sail through without resistance.





At the end of the results collation we would have a huge victory on our side. Only we have a lot of work to do to materialize these- STARTING FROM UNITING THE IGBO POPULACE BEHIND ONE MAN.

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Danjama is a Christian writing from Biu in southern Borno
[email]danjuma@9ja.site[/email]


http://9ja.site/2016/11/14/2019-igbo-presidency-electoral-map-abdullah-danjuma/


[url]9ja.site[/url] is a Northern Christian Politcal blog dedicated to promoting an Igbo candidacy and National Equality. Visit us regularly @ [url]9ja.site[/url]




Nigeria foundation was laid on lies selfish interest of the British.

First, How many lives of the Shi'ite did you save from the hand of Nigerian police today?,
In USA how many died became of trumps wining the election both protesters & passer by?
But in Nigeria security forces will kill them the protesters or the protesters will kill corps and other southerners in mass and no arrest or persecution. Eg Igbo woman killed in kano and Abuja lady preacher.

The north always use one part of the south to accomplish their selfish aim.
If not why should Oba of Lagos threatens Igbos with lagoon because of election in your one Nigeria.

Why should ibeto and Erisco food be barricaded business wise and even under southern president OBJ. One Nigeria.

Why should they remove tribe, state and religion in the census but during employment they will demand for that, one Nigeria.

Why should a southern man children be subjected to a high jamb admission score while the counterpart from zamfara or kebbi or daura and bornu enter university with 10, 20,and 40, as jamb score.

You can fool some people some time but not all the people all the time.
We wise now than ever, so hold you presidency.

Average Igbo man believe in equal right and justice that's why were Republican in nature.
If you like be king your on your own don't encroach on my right.

Igbo's are tired of been killed in the said country they said they are from eg 2016, 2011, 2005, down to British rule.

Average igbo man want referendum from my observation and not president.

By the way, why did south east have 5 states while others are 6 & 7?.
What is the number of those in reps from the east and south as a whole?

What happened to Gej is he not from the south?, or igbo man south is it different?.
Your likes are shouting igbo president so that you will do the person what you people did to Gej.
An adage says that the goat sees how they will kill him when they kill his brother sheep.
Igbo's majority are wise now than never.

Every part of nigeria should be on their own, and developed their God give talent and resources.

Igbo's want to define their future and freedom but not president.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by orimsamsam(m): 11:39pm On Nov 14, 2016
kropotkin2:
It seems a particular section of northern minority Christian opinion looks to the south east for salvation from the Fulani yoke. However, what they fail to realize is that the change which they seek is merely an exchange of masters, substituting the Fulani Oligarch ruling class for an Igbo one. Little do they know that the status quo is the lesser of the two evils
but I think they will fare well under Igbo rulership. Look at wht is happening in agatu, southern Kaduna. The Fulani herdsmen menace is not curb becos a Fulani man is the president. An igbo president will protect the Christian minority to a great extent.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Balkan(m): 11:44pm On Nov 14, 2016
ok
Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by richidinho(m): 11:46pm On Nov 14, 2016
Good one

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 10:01am On Nov 15, 2016
orimsamsam:
but I think they will fare well under Igbo rulership. Look at wht is happening in agatu, southern Kaduna. The Fulani herdsmen menace is not curb becos a Fulani man is the president. An igbo president will protect the Christian minority to a great extent.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by DropShot: 10:35am On Nov 15, 2016
Turakidanjuma:



I dont seem to understand. Our church was burnt Last month in Biu by rampaging Muslim Youths[Newspapers wont tell you that], Christian Girls are being abducted by muslims everyday in Biu and Chibok and forcefully married off. How would Northern Christians voting an Igbo President result in domination by Igbo's.

Sorry for asking the above, let me ask simply; what would the Igbos do that the Muslims have not done. I am Kanuri by Tribe but my Siblings have been attacked by my fellow kanuris while returning from church.

Will the Igbos attack us when we return from Church? No, in fact they also attend service with us until the insurgency made them to leave in droves.

WHAT EXACTLY WILL THE IGBOS DO?



We have a saying in Hausa: Ina ga yaki kina ga kura

Meaning that: While I am lamenting that a fierce battle is on, you are complaining of the dust raised by the battle.
Sorry for your loss.

My question: The herdsmen and farmers clashes, did they start during Buhari's presidency?

If my memory serves me right, this issue has been on for more than 5 years now.

And to think an Igbo presidency will make it vanish without addressing the root causes is a mirage.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by ificatchmodeh: 10:59am On Nov 15, 2016
If you can dream it..you will achieve it..ibo president is not impossible,but the ibos have to. Get their act right..

Is Not rocket science cheesy

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:18am On Nov 15, 2016
DropShot:

Sorry for your loss.

My question: The herdsmen and farmers clashes, did they start during Buhari's presidency?

If my memory serves me right, this issue has been on for more than 5 years now.

And to think an Igbo presidency will make it vanish without addressing the root causes is a mirage.


I never mentioned Herdsmen in any of my post. The herdsmen issue is for another day. However these our Islamist brothers are getting bolder by the day. The root cause is the growing radicalization of islam, Only a strong Southern President would curb such. That was why we voted Jonathan in 2015 and would mobilize even more in 2019.

Kana jin harshen?

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:19am On Nov 15, 2016
DropShot:

Sorry for your loss.

My question: The herdsmen and farmers clashes, did they start during Buhari's presidency?

If my memory serves me right, this issue has been on for more than 5 years now.

And to think an Igbo presidency will make it vanish without addressing the root causes is a mirage.


I never mentioned Herdsmen in any of my post. The herdsmen issue is for another day. However these our Islamist brothers are getting bolder by the day. The root cause is the growing radicalization of islam, Only a strong Southern President would curb such. That was why we voted Jonathan in 2015 and would mobilize even more in 2019.

What prevents this topic from reaching the Front Page. If it was Orijiakor blaring her boobs, it would have reached FP rapidly

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by DropShot: 11:32am On Nov 15, 2016
Turakidanjuma:



I never mentioned Herdsmen in any of my post. The herdsmen issue is for another day. However these our Islamist brothers are getting bolder by the day. The root cause is the growing radicalization of islam, Only a strong Southern President would curb such. That was why we voted Jonathan in 2015 and would mobilize even more in 2019.

What prevents this topic from reaching the Front Page. If it was Orijiakor blaring her boobs, it would have reached FP rapidly
The reason this topic will not make fp is because of its quality and the fact that it's way too early to be talking of 2019 election now. We're not even half way into the current presidency. Your postulation doesn't even identify the name of the opposition party you expect to win then.

Let me leave other part of your post for now.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by omowolewa: 11:34am On Nov 15, 2016
Who then bear that flag
Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:39am On Nov 15, 2016
DropShot:

The reason this topic will not make fp is because of its quality and the fact that it's way too early to be talking of 2019 election now. We're not even half way into the current presidency. Your postulation doesn't even identify the name of the opposition party you expect to win then.

Let me leave other part of your post for now.


It is not too early to kill christians in the North IS IT.
Christians are being killed everyday. Yesterday it was in Southern Kaduna. when will the next attack happen. we are just waiting to be killed

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:42am On Nov 15, 2016
omowolewa:
Who then bear that flag


That is what we dont know. All we need is an Igbo candidate who is strong and ready to confront the dangers of extremism. We are just waiting to be picked up by this Islamists as the passes by

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by DropShot: 11:46am On Nov 15, 2016
Turakidanjuma:



It is not too early to kill christians in the North IS IT.
Christians are being killed everyday. Yesterday it was in Southern Kaduna. when will the next attack happen. we are just waiting to be killed


How does that justify the need for this thread on who will win in 2019?
And how does this thread prevent further killing of your people?
You sef reason the matter na. Two unrelated issues.
grin cheesy grin

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by loopmangoat(m): 11:47am On Nov 15, 2016
kropotkin2:
It seems a particular section of northern minority Christian opinion looks to the south east for salvation from the Fulani yoke. However, what they fail to realize is that the change which they seek is merely an exchange of masters, substituting the Fulani Oligarch ruling class for an Igbo one. Little do they know that the status quo is the lesser of the two evils
Afonjas people are always blinded by the truth
The so called status quo is treatening their existence
I am sorry for you and your kind
People like you will rather die for fulani devils than allow peace to reign

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 11:55am On Nov 15, 2016
DropShot:

How does that justify the need for this thread on who will win in 2019?
And how does this thread prevent further killing of your people?
You sef reason the matter na. Two unrelated issues.
grin cheesy grin


When they realize that the stone that they are kicking about and hounding. That the people who's street they besiege every night would soon become the cornerstone of a new coalition viz THE CHRISTIAN COALITION the attacks would dissipate and we would be able to consolidate and balance the country.


We need to create the awareness, we cannot afford another Muslim president come 2019.

Sorry for even talking about these to you. YOU SEEM TO BE ONE OF THESE HATERS THAT STALK AROUND THIS FORUM.

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Godemcee(m): 12:00pm On Nov 15, 2016
I have no problem against an igbo president,I'll definitely vote for igbo candidate ahead of hausa Come 2019.but igbo's need to get there act right nd stop being emotional.
if they really wanna get a referendum they need an igbo president nd representative that share there ideology.all this whining nd crying won't get them a referendum.

I'll vote an igbo candidates In 2019 if they present one though.

I hope those ipob yoot are now educated that s.west didn't vote for buhari massively,he didn't even win 60% in any s.west state.

also with the way buhari is destroying the nation nd his clash with tinubu,now is the time an igbo president can win

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by Turakidanjuma(m): 12:16pm On Nov 15, 2016
Godemcee:
I have no problem against an igbo president,I'll definitely vote for igbo candidate ahead of hausa Come 2019.but igbo's need to get there act right nd stop being emotional.
if they really wanna get a referendum they need an igbo president nd representative that share there ideology.all this whining nd crying won't get them a referendum.

I'll vote an igbo candidates In 2019 if they present one though.

I hope those ipob yoot are now educated that s.west didn't vote for buhari massively,he didn't even win 60% in any s.west state.

also with the way buhari is destroying the nation nd his clash with tinubu,now is the time an igbo president can win


Please correct the boldened to Islamic candidate or Muslim and stop lumping Hausa into a sentence. I have Hausa Christian Friends who share all the value of Progress and equality as most persons in the south do. THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH HAUSAs

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Re: 2019 Igbo Presidency: Electoral Map-Abdullah Danjuma by DropShot: 12:18pm On Nov 15, 2016
Turakidanjuma:



When they realize that the stone that they are kicking about and hounding. That the people who's street they besiege every night would soon become the cornerstone of a new coalition viz THE CHRISTIAN COALITION the attacks would dissipate and we would be able to consolidate and balance the country.


We need to create the awareness, we cannot afford another Muslim president come 2019.

Sorry for even talking about these to you. YOU SEEM TO BE ONE OF THESE HATERS THAT STALK AROUND THIS FORUM.
I just asked you few minutes ago if the evil perpetrated by whoever they are was not there during OBJ and GEJ who were both Christians from the South. Instead of creating awareness about the impunity of those boys, you're creata useless thread with no head, no tail.

Who dey stalk you? No be you wey create thread dey stalk the forum members? grin grin

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