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IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Ayatullah(m): 4:58am On Mar 09, 2017
The Inspector General of Police and the Head of the DSS owe their serving personnel in Ekiti State and Nigeria in general a lightning response to the public humiliation suffered on the International Women's Day in Ekiti state in the hands of Gov. Fayose.

Fayose while at the occasion looked behind him, looked right and left, after properly identifying the Policemen and DSS personnel around him opened his extra large mouth and voiced it so loud to the whole world that:

"I don’t need your Policemen and SSS. Come and take them away. Come and take away your APC Police and SSS."

The humiliation was written all over the face of the Policemen the Camera was able to pick!

The question is, for how long will a governor who have been proven to ride to the Ekiti State Government House in a blaze of ignominy be allowed to continue to let his mouth run foul?

The IGP and the head of DSS need to take a definite action to convince patriotic and responsible Nigerians that Gov. Ayodele Fayose cannot be a law to himself.

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by papaejima1: 5:05am On Mar 09, 2017
You seem not to understand what is meant by separation of powers abi?

Sorry u hear?

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by potent5(m): 5:18am On Mar 09, 2017
I am does not buy I am does not sell, are it comot trouble? (in the words of Zebrudaya). Is it by force to be protected by police and DSS?

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by SamuelAnyawu(m): 5:21am On Mar 09, 2017
grin
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Merceline(f): 5:25am On Mar 09, 2017
lol when I read that stuff, I pitied the policemen around him. instead of securing their cooperation and encouraging them to protect his state and the occupants by fighting crime, he is dissing them. guess he forgot about his people

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by orisa37: 5:52am On Mar 09, 2017
Ayatullah can be guilty of causing Public Disorders and incitement. Fayiose, as The Chief Executive of his State didn't invite The Police and DSS, what were they doing there? It's Fayiose they insulted and not the other way round.

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by FastShipping: 5:56am On Mar 09, 2017
papaejima1:
You seem not to understand what is meant by separation of powers abi?

Sorry u hear?

Some of you just say words or phrases you know nothing about their meanings. Do you care to tell me what separation of powers is/are and relations to the issue being discussed here?

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by DickDastardly(m): 5:57am On Mar 09, 2017
Ayatullah:
[s]The Inspector General of Police and the Head of the DSS owe their serving personnel in Ekiti State and Nigeria in general a lightning response to the public humiliation suffered on the International Women's Day in Ekiti state in the hands of Gov. Fayose.

Fayose while at the occasion looked behind him, looked right and left, after properly identifying the Policemen and DSS personnel around him opened his extra large mouth and voiced it so loud to the whole world that:

"I don’t need your Policemen and SSS. Come and take them away. Come and take away your APC Police and SSS."

The humiliation was written all over the face of the Policemen the Camera was able to pick!

The question is, for how long will a governor who have been proven to ride to the Ekiti State Government House in a blaze of ignominy be allowed to continue to let his mouth run foul?

The IGP and the head of DSS need to take a definite action to convince patriotic and responsible Nigerians that Gov. Ayodele Fayose cannot be a law to himself.[/s]



I STAND WITH FAYOSE.

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by vedaxcool(m): 5:57am On Mar 09, 2017
Fayose is a mad man only capable of celebrating insanity

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by DickDastardly(m): 5:58am On Mar 09, 2017
orisa37:
Ayatullah can be guilty of causing Public Disorders and incitement. Fayiose, as The Chief Executive of his State didn't invite The Police and DSS, what were they doing there? It's Fayiose they insulted and not the other way round.
ENDORSED!

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by DickDastardly(m): 5:58am On Mar 09, 2017
BMC COMPLEX don open this morning? cheesy

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Chuksonyeike: 5:59am On Mar 09, 2017
Has the op ever heard of the word immunity before? Besides Fayose committed no crime with those comments

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by searchng4love: 6:12am On Mar 09, 2017
FastShipping:


Some of you just say words or phrases you know nothing about their meanings. Do you care to tell me what separation of powers is/are and relations to the issue being discussed here?
Please stop engaging in political talks.... If you must..Use another moniker...Reserve this moniker for what it's really known for. Thanks

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by momentarylapse: 6:17am On Mar 09, 2017
potent5:
I am does not buy I am does not sell, are it comot trouble? (in the words of Zebrudaya). Is it by force to be protected by police and DSS?


Some of you just type like drug addicts all in a bid to get likes or just to seem to be an opposition to reason! Is it not his constitutionally approved right as regards to his office to be protected by these agencies? If he is killed in the line of duty now it is this same YOU that will still come and type that buhari should have forced them to still protect the governor even with his refusal! Men just gerrarahia......

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by ipobarecriminals: 6:26am On Mar 09, 2017
sad Fayose is a renowned clown a noise maker.Let him continue to display his lunatic trait.Those people will ignore him til after the election in 2018 b4 they pick him
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by gbegemaster(m): 6:30am On Mar 09, 2017
Fayose sha. Two edged sword wielder. One edge to cut his enemies and the other edge to cut himself.

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by diablos: 6:49am On Mar 09, 2017
Lol...theres nuthin d dss or useless igp can do but to swallow d bile. Fayose speaks before he thinks no doubt but do u really think he gives a fvck?

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by ibnzubair(m): 6:54am On Mar 09, 2017
Big mouth or no, he's a governor and is entitled to a security detail. If he seriously doesn't want the police or SSS, he should write to the agencies.

All the paparazzi just to score a few political points... Our type of politics sha

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by CROWNWEALTH019(m): 6:54am On Mar 09, 2017
[s]
Ayatullah:
The Inspector General of Police and the Head of the DSS owe their serving personnel in Ekiti State and Nigeria in general a lightning response to the public humiliation suffered on the International Women's Day in Ekiti state in the hands of Gov. Fayose.

Fayose while at the occasion looked behind him, looked right and left, after properly identifying the Policemen and DSS personnel around him opened his extra large mouth and voiced it so loud to the whole world that:

"I don’t need your Policemen and SSS. Come and take them away. Come and take away your APC Police and SSS."

The humiliation was written all over the face of the Policemen the Camera was able to pick!

The question is, for how long will a governor who have been proven to ride to the Ekiti State Government House in a blaze of ignominy be allowed to continue to let his mouth run foul?

The IGP and the head of DSS need to take a definite action to convince patriotic and responsible Nigerians that Gov. Ayodele Fayose cannot be a law to himself.



[/s]



What is this CABAL saying undecided ?

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by CROWNWEALTH019(m): 6:56am On Mar 09, 2017
vedaxcool:
Fayose is a mad man only capable of celebrating insanity
a mad man is a governor, you way no mad be what?
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Nobody: 7:22am On Mar 09, 2017
Merceline:
lol when I read that stuff, I pitied the policemen around him. instead of securing their cooperation and encouraging them to protect his state and the occupants by fighting crime, he is dissing them. guess he forgot about his people
The police have not been up and doing.They take side.
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by sakalisis(m): 8:06am On Mar 09, 2017
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by greatgod2012(f): 8:50am On Mar 09, 2017
Leave Fayose alone, he knows what he want and how he want it!
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by potent5(m): 9:18am On Mar 09, 2017
momentarylapse:



Some of you just type like drug addicts all in a bid to get likes or just to seem to be an opposition to reason! Is it not his constitutionally approved right as regards to his office to be protected by these agencies? If he is killed in the line of duty now it is this same YOU that will still come and type that buhari should have forced them to still protect the governor even with his refusal! Men just gerrarahia......
You need cold water. Bend your head let me cool your temper. (pouring icecold water on your head). Feeling better now?
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Scream(m): 9:41am On Mar 09, 2017
What is Fayose afraid of? His shadow definitely! He can't forgive himself of what he and Obanikoro did during Jonathan's presidency.
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Ayatullah(m): 4:34pm On Mar 09, 2017
DickDastardly:

I STAND WITH FAYOSE.

Even the devil has followers!
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by chigoizie7(m): 5:48pm On Mar 09, 2017
This is what happens when every slowpoke has access to internet and nairaland.

They simply behave like the imbeciles I presumed them to be.




Stop writing trash
Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by EdCure: 6:00pm On Mar 09, 2017
papaejima1:
You seem not to understand what is meant by separation of powers abi?
Sorry u hear?
Mind explaining what separation of power means, and how it relates to the subject-matter?
Just curious.

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Re: IGP: What Next After The Public Insult? by Merceline(f): 7:56am On Mar 10, 2017
Love Machine:
The police have not been up and doing.They take side.
however, dissing them in public will not solve the problem. liaising with them and putting constitutional duties first is more important than their beef put together

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