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Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by OmoEko1(f): 7:42am On Mar 08, 2007
mac73:

seyi, where are you? i think omo eko should be sanctioned.To persist in sustaining such rumour even in the face of credible contradiction does injustice to this forum.she's not even in the country for christ's sake(assuming that's true i itself).Be sure of what you are saying before you post it.Wake up omo eko.the man is not dead.insisting on seeing his face on a live interview just shows how infantile you are.
whatever i might not live there but i know more information than people that lives in Naija, so plz stop all this trash talk because am not intrested.
u are really funny, so u think i made all this story up, i got better things to do than making about story about a man dieing. like i said before i got my damn freaking information from a reliable source. damn can your get away from my back, and stay away from my di*k.

AND I THINK YOU YOURSELF SHOULD BE THE ONE SANCTIONED rolling eyes, lol who do u think u are rubbish

AND CAN EVERYONE LEAVE MY FREAKING NAME OUT OF THEIR GODDAMMIT MOUTH, AM I FORCING ANYWAY TO BELIEVE MY STORY OR WHAT, ABI WHAT IS YOU GUYS PROBLEM SELF.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by maxell(f): 7:56am On Mar 08, 2007
Omo Eko:

damn can your get away from my back, and stay away from my di*k.

di*k ke ? don't you mean p*s*y ?

OR are you saying you have both heaven help us
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by spade: 8:02am On Mar 08, 2007
Due to the amount of rumors walking around, If you guys say 20 things, I won't believe 25 sad
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by OmoEko1(f): 8:08am On Mar 08, 2007
maxell:

di*k ke ? don't you mean p*s*y ?

OR are you saying you have both heaven help us
girl look for another way to attck me because your dumb jokes was wack
damn to many attention seeker wow
shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked shocked
I NEVER KNEW I HAD THIS MANY FANS ON Nairaland, NA WA OOOOOOOOOOOO.
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Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by ezioku(m): 8:19am On Mar 08, 2007
I saw a posting from someone in Port harcourt wishing death to Yar-Adua,that is not amusing. It is not in our culture to wish people death. I stay in PH too. But Crude Oil let me tell you that a sick Yar-Adua is 100 times better than a healthy Odili.

If you will like to take me head long on this issue then bring it on.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by ono(m): 8:25am On Mar 08, 2007
Guys, I have before now taken this forum as the most authentic source of information about Nigeria. But, with this YarAdua's case, I'm beginning to have a rethink. Maybe I should have waited a while longer to get the true picture of events. Well, I didn't. And it hurts so bad that my colleagues in my office have now tagged me a rumour peddler.

I hate rumors, and I urge everyone here to verify that what he/she is posting as information on this forum is the real stuff.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by nkc(m): 8:37am On Mar 08, 2007
well my guy, nairaland is supposed to be rumours and truths, just choose which to belive
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by Tonyblu(m): 8:42am On Mar 08, 2007
This goes to show to some extent that it is not every time that ELECTIONS portrays the people's TRUE feeling!

That PDP is a messed-up party is no longer news, but unfortunately, the populace felt apprehensive with the rumoured demise of it's presidential candidate.

I wonder why we don't conduct GENERAL OPINION POLLS in this country like it's done in other places?
For the people to show what they have in mind before the election proper.

Why can't the Media conduct a general polls on the situation of the Presidential Aspirant.

Someone once mentioned that our media is Lazy and I'm beginning to agree that it's true!

THE MEDIA. . . ?
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by shutmouth(m): 8:46am On Mar 08, 2007
Nigerians are natural born gossipers, it´s in their gene, just like corruption.

F**Kn flippy mouths!!!
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by member67023: 8:55am On Mar 08, 2007
The Times of Nigeria can confirm beyond reasonable doubt that Governor Umar Musa Yar’Adua is well and alive and his medical condition was exaggerated by the media including ours. We Spoke with him in Germany.


In a brief interview with Yar’Adua in a Germam hospital, he told Sunny Ofili, editor and Publisher of The Times of Nigeria a few minutes ago that “I am feeling better. It was a precautionary decision. The doctors here have found out that I am fine. I would have returned tomorrow but for a little cold that I have.”


Yar’Adua continued “I am still in the race and will be back probably by the weekend to continue my campaign.”


“I had a profile but no serious condition was discovered. It was a false alarm.” He said.


The Presidential candidate though spoke in his characteristic soft tone, he sounded strong over the phone.


“Tell Nigerians that I am doing well. It was a situation where I did not have enough time to rest. All I needed was some rest.” He concluded.

If this guy is not physically fit. how are we sure if he is mentally fit.
The race never start he has already collapsed. he aint seen nothing yet.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by Tonyblu(m): 9:32am On Mar 08, 2007
Rumour or No Rumour!
The guy had a close shave, whether we like it or not.

If I may recall, when dark-goggled-general-Abacha passed on a few years back, didnt it start as rumours?
Were we not fed with propaganda till it couldn't be hidden any more?

Good thing now is that he's ok. I am glad he's ok, but is he in the right frame of Health to manage this country?
Reasons could be the rigours of the campaign; if so why wasnt he advised to go for his check-ups more frequently and earlier; why did they wait for such a close shave?

This, my dear Nairalanders, is the kind of planning, execution and package the PDP has in stock for Nigerians.

I also feel that the strength of the negativity of the Rumour was mainly because of the platform he's running on: PDP and the "UNLIKENESS" Naija-rians have for PDP.

YES!
VOTE PDP for another 4+x years of Democratic MISRULE.

On Sunday, we'll say: "Yar'Adua, Welcome back jare, but pls dont faint again Oh!"
I DARE NOT imagine what will happen when he's replaced (on account of ill-health by d power-mighty Fhee Dee Fhee) or worst still, when he loses out.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by shutmouth(m): 9:47am On Mar 08, 2007
Yar'Aduaphobia grin grin grin

Enough of gossips, you maroons!!!

Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by BillGatesFan(m): 10:09am On Mar 08, 2007
I have so much wealth already for your information, I only ask a question about Okija Shrine. Only educated illiterate react to issue the way both of you did.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by BillGatesFan(m): 10:12am On Mar 08, 2007
I'm alive —Yar'Adua
By Jide Ajani, Political Editor, Rotimi Ajayi, Emeka Mamah, Kolade Lanrewaju & Ben Agande
Posted to the Web: Thursday, March 08, 2007




* I'll be back Sunday, he says
* PDP enemies at work —Obasanjo
* We won't substitute Yar'Adua —PDP

ABUJA — PEOPLE’S Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, spoke from Germany, yesterday, declaring that he is alive, hale and hearty, contrary to speculations about his health.

Indeed, Yar’Adua spoke by phone with President Olusegun Obasanjo at a PDP presidential rally in Abeokuta and said he would return to Nigeria on Sunday. He affirmed same in an interview with the Hausa Service of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

The telephone conversation with the president was relayed on the public address system at the rally for all to hear.
Rumour of Yar’Adua’s death filled the air early yesterday and it had to took the BBC interview and the telephone conversation with President Obasanjo to douse the tention created by the rumour.

Obasanjo on his part, had harsh words for opposition parties which he dismissed as evil in contemplation and propagating of the rumoured death of Yar’Adua.
Meanwhile, the PDP has declared that the health of its presidential candidate does not constitute a hindrance to its victory at the polls.

Presidency sources claimed the rumoured death of Yar’Adua was part of a grand plan to truncate the transition programme. Vanguard learnt that Yar’Adua was scheduled to undergo a routine medical examination even before the commencement of the presidential campaigns. It was gathered that the PDP candidate opted to participate fully in the campaigns, hence the postponement of the check-up.

Vanguard gathered that President Obasanjo was so concerned on Monday night that he insisted that delaying or postponing the check-up was unnecessary.
Obasanjo, while speaking at the PDP campaign rally yesterday, said: “I told Umaru that he should proceed on the check-up and come back to continue the campaigns.”

Obasanjo told party supporters that his conversation with Yar’Adua at the campaign ground was the fourth yesterday alone.
The conversation between Obasanjo and Yar’Adua went thus:
Obasanjo: Umoru, you are one of the few people who will hear the rumour of their death. Are you dead?
Yar’Adua: I am very much alive.
Obasanjo: We are at the presidential rally and everybody is here. What is your message for the people?
Yar’Adua: Please tell them to accept my apology for not being there with you.
Obasanjo: Can you confirm the report that I have that you will not need surgery but that you will be treated with medication.
Yar’Adua: [laughs] Yes, it is true. I am hale and hearty and will soon join you.
Obasanjo: That there is no need for surgery? Is that what the doctors said?
Yar’Adua: Yes. I should be back in a few days time
Obasanjo: Thank God. The party leaders are here.
Yar’Adua: What about the chairman?
Obasanjo: Yes, the chairman is here with us. He’s looking at me korokoro. The Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Chief Tony Anenih, is also here and he is greeting you.

Yar’Adua: What about the Governor of Ogun State?
Obasanjo: He is jealous but he is here too, greeting you.
Yar’Adua: Gbenga Daniel is my brother and my colleague. I want to send my appreciation to Nigerians for their concern
The President said he was in Ghana when he got information that Yar'Adua was not at the Lagos rally on Tuesday and that he was in fact in a clinic in Abuja.

He said he subsequently sent one of his aides to the clinic and later spoke to the presidential flag-bearer and advised him to go abroad for medical attention.
“I was the one who asked him to travel. We don’t want to take chances. We must make assurances double sure. What makes me happy is that when I talked to him earlier; he said he was taking tests. My surprise is that the rumour-mongers are those who do not like Nigeria and the PDP.

“They were the ones who told Dan Etete that I would die within six months of taking office. They don’t know the son of Obasanjo. They don’t know anything.
“The most painful is that those who started it are Satan’s children. They said that why I asked him to run is that I know he would die within a year. They are terrible.
“PDP as a party brought them out on merit and equity. The tickets of Yar’Adua and Jonathan are the best. We are not looking back. Nobody knows who will die tomorrow. This is a disgrace to traitors,” he said.

President Obasanjo who was at the rally with Dr. Ahmadu Ali, Chief Anthony Anenih, Chief Olabode George, Chief Yinka Omilani, Governor Olugbenga Daniel and his daughter, Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello among others said it was rumoured that he also was dead in Ghana.

Sounding angry, President Obasanjo warned that any attempt at violence by the opposition would be met with dire consequences, noting that he had directed Governor Daniel to ensure that everybody is allowed to campaign without hindrance.

“Anybody who thinks he will precipitate violence would face dire consequences. Whatever you want to say, go to the public to say it. We have a track record. You know what we have done. What we are doing and that when we promise we will fulfill it.

“We will not tolerate violence. Democracy and violence are strange bed fellows. Feel free to talk to the people. You cannot say you want the welfare of the people and turn them to cannon fodders to face the police or even the army,” he said.

Vice Presidential candidate, Governor Goodluck Jonathan, confirmed that the presidential flag-bearer fell ill in Onitsha, adding that what he had was catarrh. “When I saw him in Onitsha, I knew he was not feeling too well. He had catarrh. When it was overwhelming, he went to a clinic. Because of the rigours of the campaign he could not have his medical check-up and had to go for it abroad,” he said.

National Chairman of the party, Dr. Ali, in his speech apologised for the late take off of the rally, noting that the crowd had thinned out but said the PDP was the only party. “I want you to know that PDP controls 31 states in the country,” he said

Yar’Adua: I’m alive

Speaking to the BBC from Germany, where he was flown for medical check-up, Yar’Adua doused speculations that he was unfit to continue in the contest. He said reports that he had collapsed and was rushed to hospital were “not true” and that he would return home soon.
Alhaji Yar’Adua has previously suffered from a kidney ailment.
The BBC’s Alex Last says there has been increasing speculation that he could be replaced as the People’s Democratic Party’s candidate.

I'm only human

Yar’Adua said he had suffered from breathlessness and had taken his doctor’s advice to have a thorough medical check-up abroad.
“There are speculations all the time since the year 2000 surrounding my health. I am only human, as they are,” he said about his critics. “I don’t think a human being has control over his health or ill health, life or death and, therefore, they should not create conclusions on any other human being,” he told the BBC’s Focus on Africa.
His transfer to Germany led to a spate of rumours about the state of his health and the possibility that he could be replaced. Not least, because being president of a country like Nigeria is such a gruelling task and presidential elections are only a month away.

Following the rumour of the death of the governor, there was palpable tension in Katsina, Kaduna and other major cities in the North-West as people gathered in groups discussing the matter. However, early signs that the governor and presidential hopeful was alive started emerging when the state governorship candidate who is also his in-law was sighted at Matazu campaigning.

The State Executive Council also took place with the acting governor,Alhaji Abdullahi Garba Aminchi presiding.
Yar’Adua told the BBC that he was alive and responding to treatment, saying he would be returning home probably on Sunday to carry on with the presidential campaign. He argued that he had a severe dose of catarrh and difficulty in breathing as a result of the strenuous presidential campaign across the country.

He said as a true Muslim, he believed that death was inevitable any time, with or without sickness. His words: “I’m alive. I’m responding to treatment. I have a severe dose of catarrh which has made it difficult for me to breath. It is caused by strenuous campaign across the country.

“As a Muslim, death is inevitable. Sickness is a different kettle of fish, in toto. In sha Allah (God willing), I shall return to Nigeria on Sunday to carry on with the presidential campaign,” he said.

The widespread rumour of the sudden death of Yar’Adua sent shock waves and total disbelief in the North. Government sources told Vanguard in Katsina that the state acting governor, Garba Aminchi has since left the state for Lagos on his way to visit the governor in the Germany hospital.

Presidency accuses opposition

The Presidency, yesterday, accused members of the opposition parties of engineering the rumour that Yar’Adua was dead, saying the opposition was threatened by the increasing popularity of Yar’Adua. Describing the rumour as “wicked and malicious,” Special Assistant to the President on Public Affairs, Mallam Uba Sani, urged Nigerians to disregard the rumour and go about their normal business. “The rumour could only have been fabricated and spread by those who saw thecandidacy of Yar’Adua as a big threat,” he told reporters in Abuja.

“There is no iota of truth in the rumour. It is the handiwork of Yar’Adua’s political opponents wholatched on to his health condition and tried to score cheap political gains,” he said, adding that it wasunfortunate that people could lie about the health of an individual for political reasons.

He further explained that YarAdua who is receiving treatment at the Mainz Hospital in Germany was in touch with President Obasanjo on an “hourly basis.” The presidential aide maintained that the PDP’s presidential candidate was not in a critical condition and was expected back to the country very soon to continue with his nationwide campaign.He also denied that Alhaji Yar’Adua would step down from the presidential race because of his poor stateof health, insisting that not only had the candidate not contemplated it, the ruling PDP had remainedcomfortable with the choice of Yar’Adua as its presidential flag-bearer.

We won’t substitute Yar’Adua — PDP

National Secretary of the PDP, Chief Ojo Maduekwe, yesterday, reiterated that the health condition of Yar’Adua was not critical to warrant substituting him for the April elections.

Chief Maduekwe, who urged newsmen to have respect for health issues and family sensibility of the Presidential candidate said: “The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria had a healthy and lively
conversation with our Presidential candidate a little after 2 p.m this afternoon (yesterday).”

He said the Presidential candidate had been scheduled to go on medical check-up even before the take-off of the presidential campaigns. He denied that condition of the Presidential candidate was critical at the time he was flown abroad Tuesday night.

“I don’t think one should be more open than what we have done. I don’t think you expect our Presidential candidate to go and publish his medical schedule. From now on, the hospital where he is will be issuing bulletin on the health of our Presidential candidate. All I can say to you is that our presidential candidate is hale and hearty.

“We are not hiding anything. If we are hiding anything we will be dodging you. The medical check-up he should have had maybe a couple of weeks ago is what he has gone to do now.

“Every Presidential candidacy is a tough challenge. It pushes you to a top limit. We are very thorough party. PDP is a very thorough people. We don’t want to take chances,” he said.

Reacting to the report of the state of health of the PDP Presidential candidate, Chief Sunday Awoniyi, urged Nigerians to pray for his speedy recovery, adding that Nigerians should be ready to ensure that the President was not given any chance to stop the elections.

“No amount of gimmick from Obasanjo should be allowed to stop the elections. Nigerians should be ready to ensure that the elections should be free and fair and credible. The security agencies should not be used to harass the people during the elections. My recommendations to all the opposition parties is to meet and insist they want to see the instruction the Commander-in-Chief issued to the security agencies,” he said.

Our principal well, Yar’Adua campaign organisation

The Yar’Adua Campaign Organisation in a statement said: “Governor Umaru Musa Yar’Adua has confirmed he is indeed in fine health, despite recent rumours to the contrary. On the phone with his associates this afternoon (yesterday) he said: “I wish to thank all my supporters for their well wishes, and want to assure them I’m quite fine and will be back on the campaign trail shortly.”

Mr Ndu Ughamadu, chief spokesperson for Yar’Adua, declared: “On Monday, March 5, Governor Yar’Adua, as part of his routine medical check-up, reported to his doctors at a private clinic, where regular tests were conducted. Some of the results indicated that the candidate was under stress and would require to rest. He was accordingly recalled yesterday morning by the clinic and advised to rest.

“Following this medical report, his personal physicians who had complained that the gruelling presidential campaign had obstructed the candidate’s medical schedule, saw an opportunity to let the candidate rest. They seized it, insisting that Yar’Adua should not only suspend the campaign for a few days, but must travel abroad for long overdue specialist medical check-up.

“After consultation with President Olusegun Obasanjo and the PDP leadership, Governor Yar’Adua accepted the advice of his doctors to travel abroad for rest and an overdue medical check-up. He left for Germany last night (Tuesday). It is, therefore, categorically untrue that he collapsed and had to be rushed to a private hospital for medical attention.

“Reports from Germany gave clear assurances that the candidate is in fine health. In fact, Governor Yar’Adua in a telephone conversation with his associates this afternoon (yesterday) expressed appreciation to all Nigerians who had shown their concern following reports that he had travelled abroad.

“Governor Yar’Adua further assured Nigerians that he would soon return to the country to rejoin the campaign, re-invigorated and better prepared to carry out his campaign promise of to keep Nigeria moving forward through a proposal of good jobs, constant power, and better education.

He said: “The widespread show of concern by Nigerians is a comforting demonstration of the confidence they have in me and my party to keep Nigeria moving forward.”


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Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by OmoEko1(f): 10:17am On Mar 08, 2007
Anyway my lovely source just called me this early morning and told me the rumor was untrue, so am sorry for giving all your a false alarm. cry cry sad sad sad i had to curse my sweety pie out all beso of this cry cry cry cry
but that doesn't mean or give u guys right to criticize me when you guy come online later on.

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It's a new day
And all you gossipin backstabbin habitual haters
You're all history (hissss-to-ry)
So you can hate, or hail the Queen (all hail, the Queen)
But it don't matter (but it don't matter)
Cause you ain't got nuttin, for me (you ain't got nothin,  for me)
So as long as you live, remember this
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Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by BillGatesFan(m): 10:44am On Mar 08, 2007
@SEUN thanks for that I understand:will be in Naija next week, will love to meet you, where?
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by nkc(m): 10:44am On Mar 08, 2007
omo eko, u r indeed a patriot, for confessing , anyone that stabs will have to come tru me okay. grin
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by donnymikky(m): 10:55am On Mar 08, 2007
Omo Eko has shown us all how truthful she is atleast for telling us all that Yar'adua's death was a rumour. If it were some of you critics will you summon the courage to tell us your post was a misinformation?? Let us learn from OMO EKO because "knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing"

Gbosa! Gbosa!! Gbosa!! for Omo Eko cool
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by donjazzie(m): 10:58am On Mar 08, 2007
The PDP have said yar'dua was flown abroad because he had symptoms of catarrh .Which i suppose could not be treated in nigeria.or wat?well i think the PDP are just decieveing themselves or they guy just has too much money that common catarrh he would make him go to germany for treatment.something is just amiss

http://www.sunnewsonline.com/webpages/news/national/2007/mar/08/national-08-03-2007-01.htm
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by spade: 11:39am On Mar 08, 2007
This is f*cked! sad sad sad sad sad sad
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by mac73(m): 11:46am On Mar 08, 2007
omo eko, nobody called you a liar or rumour-monger.we couldn't have even if we tried.you did that all by yourself! Guessing by your infantile postings, you must be a teenager(oops, i forgot thatr even teenagers won't be that childish).Kudos anyway for admitting you were wrong but then again, your infantile rantings after your apology just diminished your only redeeming feature.
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by kitaun(m): 11:55am On Mar 08, 2007
Bloody infantile rantings after apologising? Na wao!! All this disguised names-dropping a la 'reliable source' is bloody annoying, who cares who you know or even who you are? Bloody enemies of the masses!!
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by OmoEko1(f): 12:08pm On Mar 08, 2007
kitaun:

Bloody infantile rantings after apologising? Na wao!! All this disguised names-dropping a la 'reliable source' is bloody annoying, who cares who you know or even who you are? Bloody enemies of the masses!!
u know i would have love to comment on your stupid reply but i forgot u were a mentally challenged patience like u. hissing hissing u this old BABA u looking attention but sorry i can't give u one.

AND IF EVERYONE ARE TALKING WHO GAVE U THIS INADEQUATE AND UNINTELLIGENT OLD MAN RIGHT TO TALK OR RESPOND. like i always tell told u and i are not on the same level

mac73:

omo eko, nobody called you a liar or rumour-monger.we couldn't have even if we tried.you did that all by yourself! Guessing by your infantile postings, you must be a teenager(oops, i forgot thatr even teenagers won't be that childish).Kudos anyway for admitting you were wrong but then again, your infantile rantings after your apology just diminished your only redeeming feature.
Point of correction am not a teenager but again maybe u are.
WHY AM I EVEN WASTING MY DAMN ENERGY REPLYING TO YOUR COMMENT. and next time always use the spell check becos i had to go back to primary school level to be able to read and understand what u wrote
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by OmoEko1(f): 12:11pm On Mar 08, 2007
nkc:

omo eko, you're indeed a patriot, for confessing , anyone that stabs will have to come tru me okay. grin

donnymikky:

Omo Eko has shown us all how truthful she is atleast for telling us all that Yar'adua's death was a rumour. If it were some of you critics will you summon the courage to tell us your post was a misinformation?? Let us learn from OMO EKO because "knowledge exists in knowing that you know nothing"

Gbosa! Gbosa!! Gbosa!! for Omo Eko cool
ANYWAY THANKS GUYS DON'T BLAME ME JARA IS THAT UNRELIABLE MR GOV SON DON'T GAVE ME THE FALSE NEWS. ANYWAY IS ALL GOOD
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by otokx(m): 12:20pm On Mar 08, 2007
did he really enter into a coma?
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by kitaun(m): 12:27pm On Mar 08, 2007
Omo Eko, do you know pathetic u sound? Did u ever see the 4 walls of any school at all? If so would ur folks be proud of the waste u've turned out to be? Cant u just conceal ur ignorance 4 once? Must u keep at ranting puerile stuff here as if its some jokes section? Na wa o!
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by angel101(f): 12:30pm On Mar 08, 2007
yaradua has cattarh and goes abroad for treatment! what does that tell us of his plans for this country if he does become president?!
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by JOSSYTEM(f): 12:31pm On Mar 08, 2007
I think we Nigerians and especially those calling themselves politicians should be ashamed of ourselves. When the politicians( Obeisant and the Yar' adua himself know that they are doing well while germany and not Luth? I think we should think about this and not Yar'adua death. Or better still how many people have been flown to Nigeria for medical treatment. When Alameshia was sick the other time, EFCC have the gut to publish it that he was taken to Ghana for medical treatment. Hmmm . Nigeria is become discouraging everyday by day. Even if every other person is talking I dint expect that old cargo(Obasanjo) to talk he even have the gut to tell us that he advice him to go for medical check-up in germany. That did not cut me at unaware, even Stella died abroad when they know that all they made provision for in Nigeria is dead trap and not hospital. sad sad sad sad sad sad sad sad sad sad sad
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by kitaun(m): 12:34pm On Mar 08, 2007
God bless u jare
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by angel101(f): 12:36pm On Mar 08, 2007
@ omo eko
u asked someone to use spell check?! we might have to beg bill gates to invent tense check for u! tongue
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by Jahbourne: 12:38pm On Mar 08, 2007
Hey fellas lets talk about something new. We all know now dat Yar Adua isn't dead.And ya all stop castigating Omo Eko(are u really an Omo Eko)
Re: Yar'Adua Flown Abroad After Going Into Coma? by JOSSYTEM(f): 12:42pm On Mar 08, 2007
@Kitan is that one directed to me

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