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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Nobody: 5:56pm On Mar 25, 2018
anibirelawal:
As an experienced ex army boss, is that the best advice he can give to curbs the Menace

What you don’t know and will never know is that words of caution over time have been sent out to Buhari and his men, they simply ignored. Buhari was summoned in November last year when they gathered and he pleaded to act. This is March 2018.

Don’t ever imagine the men who kept Nigeria together are not making efforts behind closed curtain to enthrone sanctity in the polity. Clearly Buhari resent these men yet he is clueless on having a superior approach in keeping Nigeria together beyond his jihardist tendencies.

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by rasco2000me: 5:57pm On Mar 25, 2018
May God protect ur life and d rest of people who stand justice,protect itself d Fulani want to ruin Nigeria state.don't fold ur Armand wait for army
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by ItsMeAboki(m): 6:01pm On Mar 25, 2018
fx45:
Ab0ki, who is the Comnander in Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces?

Is Nigerian Armed Forces = Nigerian Army.
Go back and analyse his post; he was not referring to the president (which he specifically did subsequently in his next sentence)
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by GGirll: 6:03pm On Mar 25, 2018
jared007:
it's part of human rights to defend his life and properties against dangerous intruders.

If it was people like Goodluck Jonathan, James Ibori or "no level" peeps from the south that made that statement, the military would ve called for their head but hear their soft response to Danjuma.

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The evil genius
The Jukun general
Matthew
The white beard general
Former Turaki Adamawa
The Awolowo impostor
The Sultan and the grand children of Dan
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No 3 person has sworn that if anyone wants to see his red eye the person should call him MATHEW and you just did he further stated that he is not a tax collector n that was why he hated his English name mathew grin
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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by fx45(m): 6:06pm On Mar 25, 2018
ItsMeAboki:
Is Nigerian Armed Forces = Nigerian Army.
Go back and analyse his post; he was not referring to the president (which he specifically did subsequently in his next sentence)
Ab0ki shut up!

Arewa North is a useless baggage the rest of Nigeria should dispose of. You people have brought nothing but calamity, backwardness and bloodshed to Nigeria. We're tired... Another Gideon Orkar must surely arise.

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by nams77: 6:11pm On Mar 25, 2018
InfiniteLoopx:
Nigerian army, you guys are bunch of jokers. Where were you when the carnage in the middle belt was taken place. Are guys aware that farmers pay herdsmen terorist taxes before venturing to their farms in Delta? What about Nimbo massacre that you arrested the youths that were planing on self defence? What about the Edo saga? Law abiding my ass. angry
Which community in Delta state. I heard it and I. Thought it was a joke
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Calebjonathan(m): 6:14pm On Mar 25, 2018
Wiseandtrue:

Have the Nigerian army being living up to it responsibility

its good to know that Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma is a former Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General

so he knows what he is saying! Even a day old knows that the Nigerian army has being compromised!

I pity anyone who would follow this advice given by the Nigerian military!

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Nobody: 6:16pm On Mar 25, 2018
ItsMeAboki:


Stop supporting ignorance and misinformation; ppl should not be encouraged to make false statement especially expensive ones like that; aimed to dive and incite.

Incite? Are you living in a different country. Tell me one plausible effort the Nigeria Army has made in the face of uncertainty and unnecessary killings?

The excuses now out weigh sound reasoning of most Nigerians.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by DanielPop(m): 6:17pm On Mar 25, 2018
ThisDaylive: What do you have to say about the level of insecurity in Nigeria?

Junaid Mohammed: It is clear that Buhari is not in charge. Who is in charge of security and who’s in charge of the economy is anybody’s guess. Clearly, Buhari is not in charge; clearly, the Presidency isn’t in charge. Clearly, the National Assembly isn’t in charge –they’re too irresponsible. They’re too obsessed with their own welfare and corruption; humongous and irresponsible salary to pay attention to the well-being and development of citizens of this country. I believe any responsible government confronting any of the challenges Nigeria is confronted with should pause and think –think very seriously about the problems bedeviling the people of this country. Any attempt by anybody to explain away the phenomenon of Boko Haram terrorists, the miscreants in the Niger Delta, and the so-called herdsmen-farmers conflict, will do himself a world of good to look at the underlying facilitation of the problems in this country; from the injustice, total lack of responsible policies, governance, corruption which is endemic and is only being fought selectively, while other people – relations, friends, nephews, and in-laws of the President are at the centre of corruption. I really can’t see how this can be resolved, because they’re multi-ferious and multi-faceted. And I believe there’s no good intention to resolve the issue. And as you must know, some people are playing politics with the Boko Haram insurgency. The army, for example, is guilty of everything in connection with Boko Haram: Abduction of people, seizing people’s farms, raping of women and young girls; taking people’s property especially in Lake Chad (area) which is rich in terms of fish. Instead of protecting people, they’re confiscating what belongs to innocent people. What we have is an army of occupation that does not care about what is happening to hapless, harmless, innocent people.
And, when you look at the top echelon of the Armed Forces, you will see people who are marking time; officers whose tenures were extended not because of their achievements or merit but due to other considerations. We are troubled by some lousy leadership at the cabinet level and at the president’s level. Nigeria is faced with serious nepotism which is a form of corruption; some people who’re related to Buhari have been indicted with serious acts of corruption and he has not done anything. But other people who have no connection with him are being hounded and frustrated.

Junaid Mohammed: APC Govt Has Ruined Our Economy, Messed Up National Security
March 24, 2018.

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Nobody: 6:20pm On Mar 25, 2018
DanielPop:
ThisDaylive: What do you have to say about the level of insecurity in Nigeria?

Junaid Mohammed: It is clear that Buhari is not in charge. Who is in charge of security and who’s in charge of the economy is anybody’s guess. Clearly, Buhari is not in charge; clearly, the Presidency isn’t in charge. Clearly, the National Assembly isn’t in charge –they’re too irresponsible. They’re too obsessed with their own welfare and corruption; humongous and irresponsible salary to pay attention to the well-being and development of citizens of this country. I believe any responsible government confronting any of the challenges Nigeria is confronted with should pause and think –think very seriously about the problems bedeviling the people of this country. Any attempt by anybody to explain away the phenomenon of Boko Haram terrorists, the miscreants in the Niger Delta, and the so-called herdsmen-farmers conflict, will do himself a world of good to look at the underlying facilitation of the problems in this country; from the injustice, total lack of responsible policies, governance, corruption which is endemic and is only being fought selectively, while other people – relations, friends, nephews, and in-laws of the President are at the centre of corruption. I really can’t see how this can be resolved, because they’re multi-ferious and multi-faceted. And I believe there’s no good intention to resolve the issue. And as you must know, some people are playing politics with the Boko Haram insurgency. The army, for example, is guilty of everything in connection with Boko Haram: Abduction of people, seizing people’s farms, raping of women and young girls; taking people’s property especially in Lake Chad (area) which is rich in terms of fish. Instead of protecting people, they’re confiscating what belongs to innocent people. What we have is an army of occupation that does not care about what is happening to hapless, harmless, innocent people.
And, when you look at the top echelon of the Armed Forces, you will see people who are marking time; officers whose tenures were extended not because of their achievements or merit but due to other considerations. We are troubled by some lousy leadership at the cabinet level and at the president’s level. Nigeria is faced with serious nepotism which is a form of corruption; some people who’re related to Buhari have been indicted with serious acts of corruption and he has not done anything. But other people who have no connection with him are being hounded and frustrated.

Junaid Mohammed: APC Govt Has Ruined Our Economy, Messed Up National Security
March 24, 2018.
I agree because it is a total absurdity for the President to be totally in the dark on security issues as well as the activities of his armed forces. It is sad but laughable at the same time.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by kense88: 6:26pm On Mar 25, 2018
ShobayoEmma:
No amount of military forces can defeat emacipation of a determined mass civilians. T Y Danjuma is far better than the whole nigerian military and their satanic commander.
They even forgot they have people from other regions serving under Nigeria army. If push comes to shove, everyone will defend his region. Buhari does not understand that Fulani can never overrun the whole nation.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Amankalizer(m): 6:30pm On Mar 25, 2018
Why have you chosen to be neutral in the face of incessant killings by the armed herdsmen? Neutrality is this case is bias. That's why Danjuma gingered you to be combatant instead of your middle neutral no result approach.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by MIKOLOWISKA: 6:34pm On Mar 25, 2018
luvinhubby:
Even the army spokesman that released the statement knows Danjuma is among the few 'untouchables' in this country.
abacha was regarded as untouchable.no one is beyond discipline
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by smartiyke78: 6:34pm On Mar 25, 2018
Who is nigeria army are dey still existing are dey not dsame army dat xcorted d BH boys 2 peacefuly abduct d Dapchi girls to and fro??
useles animals in d forest....
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by SaiPapa: 6:37pm On Mar 25, 2018
The nigerian Army leadership can go and die!! Physically address the issue so we know that critiques are just being 'mischievous'. no!! they'd rather sit on their asses. Bunch of useless Northerners and their lackeys. Buhari is a bastard if he does not address this issue. Karma is a bitch, they should watch out ! Starting with the useless President. Calamity is a merry-go-round.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by NairaMaster1(m): 6:38pm On Mar 25, 2018
Danjuma knows better the all of us. I celebrate his stands.
The head of MACBAN said killing will continue in Benue; we see no Army to issue statements.
Shame on NA
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by petenweke: 6:49pm On Mar 25, 2018
The Nigeria Army and indeed APC should deal ruthlessly with anyone that attempts or seem to attempt to hurt, defame and/or libel the patriotic Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Sheuns(m): 6:52pm On Mar 25, 2018
anibirelawal:
As an experienced ex army boss, is that the best advice he can give to curbs the Menace

You said the right thing. The statement TY Danjuma made can lead to civil war. He even said Somalia will be a child's play, people are shouting online here when the war starts (God forbid) we all suffer it. To even think he was part of this same Army
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by ogbologbo1000(m): 7:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
Nigerians shuld remain law abiding while they are been killed.
abeg, arm urself against Killer Herdsmen and their collaborators in the army
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Trexnemesis(m): 7:04pm On Mar 25, 2018
dunkem21:
OK, let me ask the people..

If you support the Nigerian Army, click *Like

*Share to support TY Danjuma

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by kenodrill: 7:08pm On Mar 25, 2018
Why's this TY danjuma of a man so untouchable?
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by ItsMeAboki(m): 7:10pm On Mar 25, 2018
MIPNIG:


Incite? Are you living in a different country. Tell me one plausible effort the Nigeria Army has made in the face of uncertainty and unnecessary killings?

The excuses now out weigh sound reasoning of most Nigerians.

How would you know anything when you and your ilk seem to thrive on ignorance and false information.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by truckin: 7:14pm On Mar 25, 2018
Yes he killed our Aguiyi.. We know he now knows better.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by ItsMeAboki(m): 7:17pm On Mar 25, 2018
fx45:
Ab0ki shut up!

Arewa North is a useless baggage the rest of Nigeria should dispose of. You people have brought nothing but calamity, backwardness and bloodshed to Nigeria. We're tired... Another Gideon Orkar must surely arise.

I would overlook the first part of your post which borders on hate speech; but must warn you against the latter which is clearly SEDITION i.e. incitement to unlawfully incite the overthrow of the government and therefore a very serious offence due to its security implications; it is further inimical with the rules of this forum and could in addition attract you a ban - be very careful and well advised.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by fx45(m): 7:27pm On Mar 25, 2018
ItsMeAboki:
I would overlook the first part of your post which borders on hate speech; but must warn you against the latter which is clearly SEDITION i.e. incitement to unlawfully incite the overthrow of the government and therefore a very serious offence due to its security implications; it is further inimical with the rules of this forum and could in addition attract you a ban - be very careful and well advised.
Ab0ki thinks he has an opinion.... Seems the name Gideon Orkar scares the holy shiit out of you

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Malawian(m): 7:28pm On Mar 25, 2018
It just occurred to me now. That "Monkey Pox" vaccine of sometimes ago might just had been a sterilization attempt. I mean, if they prevented the next generation of Igbos from reproducing, we would suddenly become extinct.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Ten06(m): 7:32pm On Mar 25, 2018
Anyone seen with fire arm will be dealt with, why have you not been able to deal with the herdsmen that carry sophisticated guns about. Are you afraid of them oga?
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by kally32(m): 7:34pm On Mar 25, 2018
anibirelawal:
As an experienced ex army boss, is that the best advice he can give to curbs the Menace
Yes. What other viable way do you have?
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by ItsMeAboki(m): 7:38pm On Mar 25, 2018
fx45:
Ab0ki thinks he has an opinion.... Seems the name Gideon Orkar scares the holy shiit out of you

Not only an opinion but a solid advice - take it or leave it.
Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by Nobody: 7:39pm On Mar 25, 2018
ItsMeAboki:


How would you know anything when you and your ilk seem to thrive on ignorance and false information.
The only one who appears to be ignorant or living on a false psychologically blockade on what reality is, can only be guys like you who in the face of being in the circle of power, refuses to acknowledge for a fact that our country is under siege. Aren’t you pathetic to even identify as a Nigerian. You are a disgrace to common sense.

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Re: Herdsmen: Army Tackles TY Danjuma, Warns Nigerians To Be Law Abiding by DonMekino(m): 7:41pm On Mar 25, 2018
DAPCHI GIRLS SAGA: THE FLYING DIMENSION SURELY RAISES FUNDAMENTAL QUESTIONS!
I initally decided not to write on the Dapchi Kidnapping saga because I just wanted to "enjoy" what others were writing on it. But that changed I after I read that the girls were flown in planes.

Planes?

Now, let us look at some scenarios:

* If it was just an airstrip (and not conventional airport) that was used, who gave the militant's air traffic clearance to take off and land?

*Most planes that can sit more than 50 passengers use turbine engines and usually need conventional airports to land and take off, so does it mean Boko Haram now has an airport with full complement of control tower and air traffic controllers?

* The closest airfield to Dapchi is in Diffa which is about 200 kilometres from Dapchi. The other conventional airport is in Maiduguri. It may interest you to know that Diffa is in Niger Republic.

* If you check the two pictures (taken via Google Earth) that accompany this post, you will see that the closest airport (or even airstrip), within Nigeria, to Dapchi is the Maiduguri airport.

* Does it mean the girls were first taken to Niger Republic before being flown back to Nigeria.

* Between Diffa (in Niger Republic) and Nigeria, there is a big stream which actually forms the boundary between the two countries. So if they were taken to Diffa by road from Dapchi, how did they cross?

Now the questions:

* Which airport was used to convey the girls in a plane?

* No aircraft can fly in any country's airspace without being picked up by the radar. How come they were not seen via radar?

* Even if you visit flyradar24.com, you will see every aircraft that is airborne in any country at that particular minute. Did anyone see their plane?

I am a reporter. I have put these scenarios and questions across so that readers and commentators can draw their own conclusions.

And it is these scenarios and unanswered questions that make the tales of one Sergeant Bako a bit worthy of being read again even if they sound like moonlight stories.

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