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Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by Kyri(f): 4:01pm On May 27, 2017
Dotng:
CONT'D

How about the issue of security as there were serious cases of armed robbery in Lagos at the time?

Yes. Anywhere there are political crises, violent crimes would reign there too. Men of the underworld took advantage of the socio- political turbulence that came with the agitation against June 12 election annulment. So, security of lives and property became a serious problem. My administration came up with the idea of floating an effective, well-kitted, mobile security outfit code-named Operation Sweep. That was in 1995. Operation Sweep was a joint task force of all the armed forces and the police. It was an entirely new crime fighting idea. The operatives were out on patrol 24 hours. I was also out on patrol every night. With that, criminals were effectively swept out of Lagos as it became a danger zone for them to operate. A measure of the outfit’s effectiveness and success led virtually other states in the country to follow our footsteps by setting up similar outfits. My successor, Col. Buba Marwa, sustained the outfit and passed it on to Bola Tinubu in 1999. I am happy that although the name may have changed today in Lagos and in other states, the concept is still alive.

How about the Lagos House in Abuja?

It was started before I got there. I met it under construction but I finished and inauguration of the Lagos House in Abuja. We also did housing, in all the five divisions of Lagos State. This was carried out majorly by the Lagos State Development Corporation. Also, most local governments did their own low cost housing under the administration.

We also learnt of the politics involved in your appointment of the first female Chief Judge in Nigeria, can you tell us the story?

When Justice Ligali Ayorinde, who was the Chief Judge became terminally ill, I visited him on his sick bed at St. Nicholas Hospital and told him of the government’s plan to evacuate him abroad for better medical care. I also wanted him to suggest his successor in case he could not make it back. Justice Ayorinde wrote down the names of Justice Roselyn Omotosho and Justice Thomas and said either of them would do. After that visit, Ayorinde passed on while on medical evacuation to the United Kingdom. I wanted justice to prevail in filling the vacancy between the two justices. I wanted to be able to defend my selection at the end of the day, so the digging began. It was discovered that both candidates were called to the Bar same day but there had to be a separating factor. It was later discovered that the woman got to the Bench first. So, the papers of Roselyn Omotosho were processed to become the next Chief Judge. I had no idea I was making history with Omotosho. But some people were against the fact that a woman was to be made a CJ in Nigeria. Before her, no woman anywhere in the country had reached that height. I didn’t know that; I just believed that I was doing justice. Then, my enemies, because of that decision, cooked up bad stories that were taken to Gen. Abacha and he decided to remove me as administrator. However, I was lucky that as of that time, his kitchen cabinet was still intact and he was consulting and listening to them. He informed members of the kitchen cabinet, the likes of Generals Ishaya Bamaiyi, Patrick Aziza, Bashir Magashi, Admiral Mike Akhigbe, and some others that he was removing the boy in Lagos. They asked what my offence was. He told them the boy had been misbehaving, usurping his powers. They all vouched for me and persuaded him to give me the chance to explain myself and they prevailed. They even put their positions on the line, telling him that if he found me wanting, they should be relieved of their posts too. He was surprised at the support base I had among very senior officers. So, right from that meeting, Abacha summoned me to appear before him the next day which was a Sunday. Since I had been hinted that the major issue was the appointment of Omotosho as Chief Judge, I duplicated the relevant files and took the two files on the subject to the Villa. I was scheduled to see him by 3.30pm but I got to the villa at 3pm. Now, you would be lucky if you had an appointment with Gen. Abacha for 10am and you see him by 10pm. You may stay days and not be able to see him. But when I got there on that Sunday afternoon, I was told that he was waiting for me. I said no, that was impossible, I insisted I was there to see the Head of State and not Al-Mustapha. The BG (Bodyguard) laughed and told me to proceed, that the Commander -in- Chief was indeed, waiting for me. Then it dawned on me that I was in big trouble.

I entered his office, saluted him and the first thing he asked me was, “why are you in uniform on a Sunday? Then I responded, calmly that, “Sir, I wouldn’t know which other assignment the Commander-in-Chief may have for me, that is why I came prepared to go anywhere.” I think my answer also got him, so he said, ‘sit down and then snapped at me: “What am I hearing about this CJ or no CJ?” The allegation was that I had usurped his powers.

I said thank you sir and I gave him one of the prepared files, taking him through it page by page. I said: “this is how I started the process sir; when I made the recommendation, I wrote your office sir and this is your reply approving the step I had taken and the recommendation I had made. I followed the process of picking the senior between the two – who was called to the Bar first and then the Bench.” When Abacha saw everything with his own approval, he looked deeply at me and said: “Ola, go back and continue the good work.”

Meanwhile, the news had been broadcast unofficially that I had been removed and would not be returning as governor from Abuja. As a matter of fact, somebody had been tipped to replace me and the person was already in Lagos. So, when I came back, the usual airport reception was not there because everyone was waiting for the news that would say, the military administrator of Lagos had been sacked. But nothing of such came. When I got to work on Monday, one of my commissioners came to ask, “Sir, are we still working or work has finished?” Then I told her that when I came to Lagos, both print and electronic media said that Oyinlola had been appointed MILAD and that they would say the same way if I was removed. So I asked them to wait till such happened. That was how I continued my work. That was one of the intrigues that I was able to survive.

Kudirat Abiola was killed when you were in charge of Lagos State. What can you tell us about it that we do not know yet?

The killing of Kudirat Abiola was an unfortunate incident I had to grapple with. I was opening the reconstructed Sura Market on Lagos Island – that was on June 4, 1996, when I got a call from the current Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu – he was a Commissioner of Police somewhere in the country then. He called me and said, “Excellency, have you heard that Kudirat Abiola has been shot?” I quickly rounded off the market event and headed for Ikeja. I called Ogundimu, the Commissioner for Health and he confirmed it. He said he was there at the hospital battling to see if they could save her life. It was Ogundimu who later gave me the news of her death. Then mischief makers took over. The next thing they said was that she was coming from my office in Ikeja and that after she left, I sent assassins after her. But I thank God, when eventually the person who shot her, Sergeant Rogers, was arrested and in the course of the trial, he told the story of how he did it, Oyinlola’s name did not feature once. Providence also made President Olusegun Obasanjo to institute the Oputa Panel and at the panel, nobody mentioned my name. You can imagine that kind of thing. I, who had never slapped my wife, so how would I have instigated people to take guns and pursue a woman? Those were the kinds of intrigues I faced in Lagos. It was something else.

What kind of relationship did you have with your predecessors while in Lagos?

Very cordial relationship. And I must say that they all assisted me one way or the other to weather the various storms I met in Lagos. For instance, when the state was preparing to hold the Junior World Cup in 1995, the anti-government coalition groups were making frantic efforts to ensure that the government lost the hosting right and that came in different forms. Because people did not work for over eight weeks due to the June 12 strike, refuse started piling up all over the city. It was totally embarrassing. So, I appealed to some notable stakeholders in the state, primarily Alhaji Lateef Jakande, to help appeal to the people that though indiscriminate dumping of refuse was meant to embarrass the government, the collateral damage, through health hazards, would know no bounds and the people would be at the receiving end. I was told that Jakande had faced something similar to that when he was governor and this old man came out, rolled out his team and they were there assisting me everywhere day and night. I am eternally grateful to him and to Alhaji Rafiu Jafojo, his deputy. The anti-government coalition keyed into the situation. The moment we cleared refuse from one place, their agents, using tippers at night, would go and dump refuse at the middle of the road somewhere else. When I realised that these people were deliberately doing these as acts of sabotage, I started going out on night patrol and I was able to confiscate some tippers dumping refuse on the main road. By the time I seized five of such vehicles and painted them in Lagos State colours, nobody was prepared to lose their tippers again. We were using the confiscated tippers to pack whatever the saboteurs dumped. Then that aspect of their operation stopped. It was a tough one. I had to do the unusual to make sure the unusual menace stopped. That was another challenge.



http://punchng.com/abacha-summoned-me-for-making-a-female-chief-judge-in-lagos-oyinlola/
Correct me if I'm wrong but wasn't Kudirat shot on June 6 and we have here June 4
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by factwriter(m): 4:08pm On May 27, 2017
lagostokd:


You created the impression of female mosques with female imams and male/female mosques with male imams.

Read your earlier post again.

Now to your 'clarification'; in this congregation of partitioned male and female mosque, do female imams lead prayer in the female partition or the females follow the prayer leadings of the male imam in the main male congregation?

If the females doesn't lead prayers in their own partition, then where are the female imams?

If a female lead prayer in the congregation, what will happen? Will the prayer be nullified by Allah?

Please answer the questions


I say again: CONGREGATION is the key word and not EDIFICE (mosque).

When a congregation of MEN, WOMEN, including MALE/FEMALE kids gather to observe a prayer, regardless whether the SEGREGATION (partition) is done with transparent blanket sheet or the OPPOSITE SEX are actually located HUNDREDS OF METERS away behind a brick wall (linked through mega phone; it is a male Imam that leads the prayer.

When a congregation is made up of only women, a female Imam leads the prayer.

A female would SIMPLY NOT lead a congregation made up of both sexes because it is not allowed in Islam.
That is, it won't even happen how much more anyone telling you what may be the consequences.

Certain things (prohibitions) are never ever violated in Islam so the punishments and repercussions are not even mentioned let alone discussed.

And by the way this is telling you ISLAM is a "perfected" religion for Mankind.

Once again it's the CONGREGATION that matters and not the EDIFICE where they congregate.
The essence of coming "together" to observe the "Sallat" (prayer) bothers a lot on unification of the human race, and the "dedicated edifice" called Masjid (or mosque) serves as a level meeting point where all humans stands "equal", humbly supplicating to their creator.

I have adequately answered you. Any one without obfuscation would clearly see your answer in this post.
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by lagostokd: 4:59pm On May 27, 2017
factwriter:



I say again: CONGREGATION is the key word and not EDIFICE (mosque).

When a congregation of MEN, WOMEN, including MALE/FEMALE kids gather to observe a prayer, regardless whether the SEGREGATION (partition) is done with transparent blanket sheet or the OPPOSITE SEX are actually located HUNDREDS OF METERS away behind a brick wall (linked through mega phone; it is a male Imam that leads the prayer.

When a congregation is made up of only women, a female Imam leads the prayer.

A female would SIMPLY NOT lead a congregation made up of both sexes because it is not allowed in Islam.
That is, it won't even happen how much more anyone telling you what may be the consequences.

Certain things (prohibitions) are never ever violated in Islam so the punishments and repercussions are not even mentioned let alone discussed.

And by the way this is telling you ISLAM is a "perfected" religion for Mankind.

Once again it's the CONGREGATION that matters and not the EDIFICE where they congregate.
The essence of coming "together" to observe the "Sallat" (prayer) bothers a lot on unification of the human race, and the "dedicated edifice" called Masjid (or mosque) serves as a level meeting point where all humans stands "equal", humbly supplicating to their creator.

I have adequately answered you. Any one without obfuscation would clearly see your answer in this post.

This post is not about congregation or edifice.

It is about the fact that females cannot lead a prayer or even pray side by side with men in Islamic prayer gathering because Allah cannot stand women to be side by side with men during prayers just like he can't tolerate dog, pig, and ass.

Islam is totally different from Christianity

Different values

Different belief

Different faith

Different God

We do not worship the same God. The way Allah treats women is different from that of Yahweh
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by factwriter(m): 5:35pm On May 27, 2017
lagostokd:


This post is not about congregation or edifice.

It is about the fact that females cannot lead a prayer or even pray side by side with men in Islamic prayer gathering because Allah cannot stand women to be side by side with men during prayers just like he can't tolerate dog, pig, and ass.

Islam is totally different from Christianity

Different values

Different belief

Different faith

Different God

We do not worship the same God. The way Allah treats women is different from that of Yahweh




Initially I was tempted to doubt your ability at intellectual comprehension but reading your response over again your hatred for Islam became glaring.

My advice is, don't kill yourself with internal combustion, there is nothing that can be done to stop Islam. Just last two weeks Donald Trump (shamelessly) PLEDGE HIS ALLEGIANCE for Islam, on the guise of influencing a $320 Billion dollar arms deal from the great Islamic kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Islam, a religion perfected for Mankind.

Ramadhan Kareem.

http://www.google.com.ng/url?q=http://www.loonwatch.com/2017/05/donald-trump-pledges-allegiance-to-islam-ahead-of-saudi-visit/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiulvz8vZDUAhWIZlAKHW9aDeIQFggLMAA&usg=AFQjCNEz71Ku_GPd15suVzOliWv0Gm_9aw
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by ROBO1722: 7:08pm On May 27, 2017
HOW WOULD THIS HELP THE SITUATION OF NIGERIA NOW


IT TOOK YOU THESE PLENTY YEARS
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by zoedew: 7:21pm On May 27, 2017
Dotng:
CONT'D

How about the issue of security as there were serious cases of armed robbery in Lagos at the time?

Yes. Anywhere there are political crises, violent crimes would reign there too. Men of the underworld took advantage of the socio- political turbulence that came with the agitation against June 12 election annulment. So, security of lives and property became a serious problem. My administration came up with the idea of floating an effective, well-kitted, mobile security outfit code-named Operation Sweep. That was in 1995. Operation Sweep was a joint task force of all the armed forces and the police. It was an entirely new crime fighting idea. The operatives were out on patrol 24 hours. I was also out on patrol every night. With that, criminals were effectively swept out of Lagos as it became a danger zone for them to operate. A measure of the outfit’s effectiveness and success led virtually other states in the country to follow our footsteps by setting up similar outfits. My successor, Col. Buba Marwa, sustained the outfit and passed it on to Bola Tinubu in 1999. I am happy that although the name may have changed today in Lagos and in other states, the concept is still alive.

How about the Lagos House in Abuja?

It was started before I got there. I met it under construction but I finished and inauguration of the Lagos House in Abuja. We also did housing, in all the five divisions of Lagos State. This was carried out majorly by the Lagos State Development Corporation. Also, most local governments did their own low cost housing under the administration.

We also learnt of the politics involved in your appointment of the first female Chief Judge in Nigeria, can you tell us the story?

When Justice Ligali Ayorinde, who was the Chief Judge became terminally ill, I visited him on his sick bed at St. Nicholas Hospital and told him of the government’s plan to evacuate him abroad for better medical care. I also wanted him to suggest his successor in case he could not make it back. Justice Ayorinde wrote down the names of Justice Roselyn Omotosho and Justice Thomas and said either of them would do. After that visit, Ayorinde passed on while on medical evacuation to the United Kingdom. I wanted justice to prevail in filling the vacancy between the two justices. I wanted to be able to defend my selection at the end of the day, so the digging began. It was discovered that both candidates were called to the Bar same day but there had to be a separating factor. It was later discovered that the woman got to the Bench first. So, the papers of Roselyn Omotosho were processed to become the next Chief Judge. I had no idea I was making history with Omotosho. But some people were against the fact that a woman was to be made a CJ in Nigeria. Before her, no woman anywhere in the country had reached that height. I didn’t know that; I just believed that I was doing justice. Then, my enemies, because of that decision, cooked up bad stories that were taken to Gen. Abacha and he decided to remove me as administrator. However, I was lucky that as of that time, his kitchen cabinet was still intact and he was consulting and listening to them. He informed members of the kitchen cabinet, the likes of Generals Ishaya Bamaiyi, Patrick Aziza, Bashir Magashi, Admiral Mike Akhigbe, and some others that he was removing the boy in Lagos. They asked what my offence was. He told them the boy had been misbehaving, usurping his powers. They all vouched for me and persuaded him to give me the chance to explain myself and they prevailed. They even put their positions on the line, telling him that if he found me wanting, they should be relieved of their posts too. He was surprised at the support base I had among very senior officers. So, right from that meeting, Abacha summoned me to appear before him the next day which was a Sunday. Since I had been hinted that the major issue was the appointment of Omotosho as Chief Judge, I duplicated the relevant files and took the two files on the subject to the Villa. I was scheduled to see him by 3.30pm but I got to the villa at 3pm. Now, you would be lucky if you had an appointment with Gen. Abacha for 10am and you see him by 10pm. You may stay days and not be able to see him. But when I got there on that Sunday afternoon, I was told that he was waiting for me. I said no, that was impossible, I insisted I was there to see the Head of State and not Al-Mustapha. The BG (Bodyguard) laughed and told me to proceed, that the Commander -in- Chief was indeed, waiting for me. Then it dawned on me that I was in big trouble.

I entered his office, saluted him and the first thing he asked me was, “why are you in uniform on a Sunday? Then I responded, calmly that, “Sir, I wouldn’t know which other assignment the Commander-in-Chief may have for me, that is why I came prepared to go anywhere.” I think my answer also got him, so he said, ‘sit down and then snapped at me: “What am I hearing about this CJ or no CJ?” The allegation was that I had usurped his powers.

I said thank you sir and I gave him one of the prepared files, taking him through it page by page. I said: “this is how I started the process sir; when I made the recommendation, I wrote your office sir and this is your reply approving the step I had taken and the recommendation I had made. I followed the process of picking the senior between the two – who was called to the Bar first and then the Bench.” When Abacha saw everything with his own approval, he looked deeply at me and said: “Ola, go back and continue the good work.”

Meanwhile, the news had been broadcast unofficially that I had been removed and would not be returning as governor from Abuja. As a matter of fact, somebody had been tipped to replace me and the person was already in Lagos. So, when I came back, the usual airport reception was not there because everyone was waiting for the news that would say, the military administrator of Lagos had been sacked. But nothing of such came. When I got to work on Monday, one of my commissioners came to ask, “Sir, are we still working or work has finished?” Then I told her that when I came to Lagos, both print and electronic media said that Oyinlola had been appointed MILAD and that they would say the same way if I was removed. So I asked them to wait till such happened. That was how I continued my work. That was one of the intrigues that I was able to survive.

Kudirat Abiola was killed when you were in charge of Lagos State. What can you tell us about it that we do not know yet?

The killing of Kudirat Abiola was an unfortunate incident I had to grapple with. I was opening the reconstructed Sura Market on Lagos Island – that was on June 4, 1996, when I got a call from the current Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu – he was a Commissioner of Police somewhere in the country then. He called me and said, “Excellency, have you heard that Kudirat Abiola has been shot?” I quickly rounded off the market event and headed for Ikeja. I called Ogundimu, the Commissioner for Health and he confirmed it. He said he was there at the hospital battling to see if they could save her life. It was Ogundimu who later gave me the news of her death. Then mischief makers took over. The next thing they said was that she was coming from my office in Ikeja and that after she left, I sent assassins after her. But I thank God, when eventually the person who shot her, Sergeant Rogers, was arrested and in the course of the trial, he told the story of how he did it, Oyinlola’s name did not feature once. Providence also made President Olusegun Obasanjo to institute the Oputa Panel and at the panel, nobody mentioned my name. You can imagine that kind of thing. I, who had never slapped my wife, so how would I have instigated people to take guns and pursue a woman? Those were the kinds of intrigues I faced in Lagos. It was something else.

What kind of relationship did you have with your predecessors while in Lagos?

Very cordial relationship. And I must say that they all assisted me one way or the other to weather the various storms I met in Lagos. For instance, when the state was preparing to hold the Junior World Cup in 1995, the anti-government coalition groups were making frantic efforts to ensure that the government lost the hosting right and that came in different forms. Because people did not work for over eight weeks due to the June 12 strike, refuse started piling up all over the city. It was totally embarrassing. So, I appealed to some notable stakeholders in the state, primarily Alhaji Lateef Jakande, to help appeal to the people that though indiscriminate dumping of refuse was meant to embarrass the government, the collateral damage, through health hazards, would know no bounds and the people would be at the receiving end. I was told that Jakande had faced something similar to that when he was governor and this old man came out, rolled out his team and they were there assisting me everywhere day and night. I am eternally grateful to him and to Alhaji Rafiu Jafojo, his deputy. The anti-government coalition keyed into the situation. The moment we cleared refuse from one place, their agents, using tippers at night, would go and dump refuse at the middle of the road somewhere else. When I realised that these people were deliberately doing these as acts of sabotage, I started going out on night patrol and I was able to confiscate some tippers dumping refuse on the main road. By the time I seized five of such vehicles and painted them in Lagos State colours, nobody was prepared to lose their tippers again. We were using the confiscated tippers to pack whatever the saboteurs dumped. Then that aspect of their operation stopped. It was a tough one. I had to do the unusual to make sure the unusual menace stopped. That was another challenge.



http://punchng.com/abacha-summoned-me-for-making-a-female-chief-judge-in-lagos-oyinlola/
With this I understand Oyinlola better.
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by lagostokd: 8:34pm On May 27, 2017
factwriter:





Initially I was tempted to doubt your ability at intellectual comprehension but reading your response over again your hatred for Islam became glaring.

My advice is, don't kill yourself with internal combustion, there is nothing that can be done to stop Islam. Just last two weeks Donald Trump (shamelessly) PLEDGE HIS ALLEGIANCE for Islam, on the guise of influencing a $320 Billion dollar arms deal from the great Islamic kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Islam, a religion perfected for Mankind.

Ramadhan Kareem.

http://www.google.com.ng/url?q=http://www.loonwatch.com/2017/05/donald-trump-pledges-allegiance-to-islam-ahead-of-saudi-visit/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiulvz8vZDUAhWIZlAKHW9aDeIQFggLMAA&usg=AFQjCNEz71Ku_GPd15suVzOliWv0Gm_9aw

Why the rant young man?

So Trump's arms deal with Saudi Arabia is allegiance? Which school you go sef?

Trump, a business man selling weapon to Saudi Arabia to the tune of about $320b is termed by you as allegiance? Check your brain
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by factwriter(m): 9:06pm On May 27, 2017
lagostokd:


Why the rant young man?

So Trump's arms deal with Saudi Arabia is allegiance? Which school you go sef?

Trump, a business man selling weapon to Saudi Arabia to the tune of about $320b is termed by you as allegiance? Check your brain


"...in an historic announcement, President Trump asked his National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster to let the American people know that he is pledging allegiance to Islam..."

http://www.google.com.ng/url?q=http://www.loonwatch.com/2017/05/donald-trump-pledges-allegiance-to-islam-ahead-of-saudi-visit/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiulvz8vZDUAhWIZlAKHW9aDeIQFggLMAA&usg=AFQjCNEz71Ku_GPd15suVzOliWv0Gm_9aw


What should I expect from faceless like your type. Probably too shocked to read the about the historic deviation (by world's number one President) or too shameful to admit it.

Whichever way Islam continues to be your pain and nightmare till you submit to the will of Allah.

Allahu Akbar!
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by lagostokd: 9:21pm On May 27, 2017
factwriter:



"...in an historic announcement, President Trump asked his National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster to let the American people know that he is pledging allegiance to Islam..."

http://www.google.com.ng/url?q=http://www.loonwatch.com/2017/05/donald-trump-pledges-allegiance-to-islam-ahead-of-saudi-visit/&sa=U&ved=0ahUKEwiulvz8vZDUAhWIZlAKHW9aDeIQFggLMAA&usg=AFQjCNEz71Ku_GPd15suVzOliWv0Gm_9aw


What should I expect from faceless like your type. Probably too shocked to read the about the historic deviation (by world's number one President) or too shameful to admit it.

Whichever way Islam continues to be your pain and nightmare till you submit to the will of Allah.

Allahu Akbar!

So your source is LoonWatch? That faceless Islamic website.

Continue in your lies
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by factwriter(m): 9:25pm On May 27, 2017
[quote author=lagostokd post=56940043]

So your source is LoonWatch? That faceless Islamic website.

Continue in your lies[/quote

The conversion has just begun... you ain't seen nothing yet.

Eat this:

"...someone apparently affiliated with President Donald Trump appears to have removed a controversial call for a “complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” from his campaign website after White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked about it during his daily news briefing on Monday"

www.salon.com/2017/05/08/donald-trumps-pledge-to-prevent-muslim-immigration-suddenly-scrubbed-from-his-website/
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by lagostokd: 10:58pm On May 27, 2017
[quote author=factwriter post=56940151][/quote]

You're so obsessed with controversial websites just to feel good about your Islam.

First, it was LoonWatch

Now, it's salon.com that is your source.

That fraudulent entity run by an extremist right wing hate group in Iowa - a Trojan horse funded with the explicit objective of ruining liberalism in America to pave the way for the radical right.

Like I said earlier, continue in your lies
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by factwriter(m): 9:54pm On May 28, 2017
lagostokd:


You're so obsessed with controversial websites just to feel good about your Islam.

First, it was LoonWatch

Now, it's salon.com that is your source.

That fraudulent entity run by an extremist right wing hate group in Iowa - a Trojan horse funded with the explicit objective of ruining liberalism in America to pave the way for the radical right.

Like I said earlier, continue in your lies


Feel free to appease your "hate laden" conscience. Fact is, Islam is here to stay else why are you (and millions of your kind) having incurable reoccurring nightmare instead of devoting time to your salvation touting gospel.

Sorry Bro, nothing in your lifetime can be done about it. Islam (the religion perfected for Mankind) is here to S. T. A. Y.
Re: Abacha Summoned Me For Making A Female Chief Judge In Lagos –oyinlola by lagostokd: 10:07pm On May 28, 2017
factwriter:



Feel free to appease your "hate laden" conscience. Fact is, Islam is here to stay else why are you (and millions of your kind) having incurable reoccurring nightmare instead of devoting time to your salvation touting gospel.

Sorry Bro, nothing in your lifetime can be done about it. Islam (the religion perfected for Mankind) is here to S. T. A. Y.


Hate? That's what you guys resort to whenever you're exposed.

Na your like they stage islamaphobia awareness at the site of Manchester concert blast.

Gather your likes together and protest against terrorism and see if your imam won't call for your head.

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