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Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by CaptainStephen(m): 6:11pm On Dec 11, 2017
BakireBulmaker:

Are you referring to me?
no sumonu !
Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by eduj(m): 7:23pm On Dec 11, 2017
BakireBulmaker:
By losing out in the PDP chairmanship contest, deliberately or not, Yorubas have scored another political goal by indirectly saying to the ruling APC that they are very much happy with the political status quo.

With a VP that acts as president every now and then, Yorubas have everything to lose by abandoning APC for PDP. After PMB's 8 years, SW stands a very high chance of clinching the presidency.

Fayose and co must be geniuses. They know what is best for the generality of the Yorubas, party notwithstanding.

Finally, Yorubas have successfully revived PDP so that Igbos can remain therein as opposition while we remain in the mainstream.
Left to the Igbos, the PDP would have been dead and they all would have defected to the APC. But Yorubas would not have any of that. cool

Kudos to Yoruba politicians. cool
Pdp has more states in the morning ss than the se. The SE with 5 states has 3 parties in governance positions that should tell you something-plus, if that's SE alone voted uche secondus, he would have lost most other regions both north and ss voted the guy. And how the hell did the Yoruba revive PdP?
Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by shallysgirl: 8:46pm On Dec 11, 2017
BakireBulmaker:
By losing out in the PDP chairmanship contest, deliberately or not, Yorubas have scored another political goal by indirectly saying to the ruling APC that they are very much happy with the political status quo.

With a VP that acts as president every now and then, Yorubas have everything to lose by abandoning APC for PDP. After PMB's 8 years, SW stands a very high chance of clinching the presidency.

Fayose and co must be geniuses. They know what is best for the generality of the Yorubas, party notwithstanding.

Finally, Yorubas have successfully revived PDP so that Igbos can remain therein as opposition while we remain in the mainstream.
Left to the Igbos, the PDP would have been dead and they all would have defected to the APC. But Yorubas would not have any of that. cool

Kudos to Yoruba politicians. cool

This is called consolation prize.epele o.ndo o so omo mi.
Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by shallysgirl: 8:51pm On Dec 11, 2017
deco22:
It's funny how people comments come back to bite them in the ass,you were complaining about the inability of SW to unite,and now that you lost,you are now saying it was a strategy.



The way these guy decieve themselves and live in self denial is beyond imagination.tufia kwa. shocked
Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by anibirelawal(m): 10:09pm On Dec 11, 2017
POLITICS IS A GAME OF WISDOM & SACRIFICE. only the wise will remain relevant for the time being.
Re: PDP Chairmanship Fallout: Yorubas Have Won Again by diamondy: 10:16pm On Dec 11, 2017
Ask google undecided
eduj:

Pdp has more states in the morning ss than the se. The SE with 5 states has 3 parties in governance positions that should tell you something-plus, if that's SE alone voted uche secondus, he would have lost most other regions both north and ss voted the guy. And how the hell did the Yoruba revive PdP?

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