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How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by agwom(m): 5:17am On Jul 28, 2018
Findings show that four reasons were responsible for the massive defection drama that happened in the two chambers of the National Assembly. Case in point: Ruling All Progressives (APC), on Tuesday, June 24 saw more than a dozen of its senators and 37 members of the House of Reps defect to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The first reason, insiders told Daily Trust Saturday, was the outright display of ego by “few ambitious politicians” in the National Assembly, who were looking for higher positions, and could only achieve this by challenging the status quo. Secondly, a revolt by other lawmakers who feel suffocated by governors in their states, and would most likely lose their seats between August and October this year, when primary elections must have wrapped up.

The third reason, according to insiders, is perceived lethargy of ruling APC, which failed to manage its success and assert its power through entrenching discipline from the day it took over power on 29th May, 2015. And when Adams Oshiomhole took over the mantle of leadership recently, he was only able to cover little ground in terms of mending fences because the problems are overwhelming. The fourth reason, according to some major players, is what they described as President Muhammadu Buhari’s “I-don’t-care attitude” to party politics, alleging he has reneged his responsibility as ‘father to all’. This disposition, according to them, provided the breeding ground which allowed crisis to fester in APC chapters in more than 30 states in the country.

Most personalities spoken to by Daily Trust Saturday believe that had it been President Buhari had played the role he did in the past week, about a year or two ago - which included directly meeting with aggrieved members and attentively listening to their genuine grievances and resolving them - he and the APC would have been harvesting more followers, rather than many.

According to them, the “powers” Buhari gave Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu some months ago to reconcile with aggrieved members only succeeded in one area, which is keeping the South West intact in the APC, and nothing more.

It is believed that even this feat was only achieved because politicians from that part of the country have gotten everything they need in terms of projects and appointments in the present political reality, and would most likely be the biggest beneficiaries in 2013 when power shifts to the South.

Drama galore

APC sources said President Buhari was actually not aware of the last-minute scheming by the inner circle of people around him to checkmate what Saraki and Dogara wanted to do between Tuesday and Thursday. For instance, it was gathered that he did not approve the involvement of the police to block Saraki’s convoy, the siege on Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu’s home, the invitation of the two officers by the police the previous night, and the plan to change the leadership of the National Assembly.

Though Senator Abu Ibrahim (APC, Katsina), who is the chairman of the Senate Committee on Police Affairs and an ardent supporter of President Buhari, had dismissed a claim that there were moves to remove Saraki as Senate President and Dogara as Speaker of the House of Reps through shady ways, he admitted soon after the defections that they a lot was done to checkmate the Tsunami that was looming over the National Assembly.

Senator Ibrahim, who is the chairman of Buhari Support Group (BSG), said “The impeachment process of the president (by Saraki-led Senate) should have started Thursday. We know they were planning, and they realized we know. They knew that if they had remained up till today (Wednesday), a lot of things would have happened,” he said.

Another source said with this in view, on the day of the defections, the pro-Buhari senators had also completed plans to use the instruments of the state, including the DSS and the police to “forcefully” remove both Saraki and Dogara as presiding officers.

“That was what actually informed the siege on Saraki convoy, to stop him from getting to the National Assembly. Unknown to the police, he did not even sleep in his house in Maitama,” the source said.

But another source said members of the pro-Buhari group were not deterred when they realized that he was not in the convoy. “They actually wanted to force their way to remove him even while Saraki was in the gallery. However, when President Buhari heard what was happening, he reprimanded the high-profile security heads, and they all backed out. That was how the drama ended, and realizing the implications of what would have happened, Saraki read out the list of prospective defectors even though some had not finally decided to leave with him. It was the same thing at the House of Reps,” he said.

It was gathered that aside the efforts to woo back the defectors, there are spirited machinations to effect leadership change at the Upper Chambers to give the ruling party firm control of parliament. Also, sources said two names are being considered as the likely replacement of Saraki, should the plot to oust him succeeds.

The Chairman of the Parliament Support Group (PSG) for President Buhari in the Senate, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, said: “If Saraki refuses to move, we will move him,” meaning by the time they resume from recess in September, the drama will continue. Though Saraki and Dogara have not formally defected, the writing in the wall shows that it is just a matter of time, as they must have a firm platform ahead of party primaries for elective positions which will commence on August 18, and end on October 7.

Saraki and Dogara: Blameless?

But a source close to both Saraki and Dogara said the two presiding officers are both “victims of circumstance”. The source, who does not want to be mentioned because of the sensitive position he holds, said: “When you look at the situation critically, it is a battle for survival; it is some people that were fighting Saraki and not Buhari but sadly, the president refused to reprimand them. And for the fact that Saraki is also ambitious, he used the opportunity to fight back. Buhari would have solved all the problems bedevilling the APC family by simply holding meetings with aggrieved members. Of course, he cannot stop some disgruntled people from going, like Kwankwaso and Sokoto governor Aminu Tambuwal, but he could’ve made peace with Saraki.”

Defective defections?

Despite the defection of 14 lawmakers out of the APC to the PDP and ADC, the ruling party still maintains a slim majority in the Red Chamber, while the defections of 37 members of the House of Reps did not also take away the majority status of the APC.

As things stand, the APC has 53 senators, with the PDP having 50, while two are for APGA and ADC, respectively, with two other seats vacated as a result of the demise of senators Ali Wakili and Mustapha Bukar. But frantic efforts are on to forestall the movement of additional senators out of the party, while those who left are being impressed upon to return. Such efforts may have started yielding results, as one of the defected senators, Lanre Tejuoso from Ogun State, who attended the meeting between Buhari and 42 APC senators on Wednesday night, told the president that, “Your son has returned home.”

Just like Tejuoso returned, others too might, with the right kind of reconciliation, insiders say. The body language of Senator Shehu Sani from Kaduna State also shows that with just a promise for his ticket, he might not leave the APC. He too had attended the meeting held with Buhari.

The PDP has said it would manage its successes in the wake of mass defection to its fold by being fair and transparent with both the existing and returning members. The party’s National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, told Daily Trust Saturday that the returnees were not neophytes, but heavyweight politicians.

In the meantime, the PDP’s grand snatch of the National Assembly remains a masterstroke. But the reality, especially in politics, is like one source posited: “Who knows tomorrow?”

Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, Kano:

Until Tuesday, he was a member of the APC with a three-year feud between him and his former deputy, current governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje.

Kwankwaso’s major grievance is the fact that he along with his teeming supporters in the Kwankwasiyya Movement had been side-lined by the Gandujiyya faction. When the party’s congresses held recently, Kwankwaso was not given any chance to produce a single party official. His seat in the Senate is said to have been ceded to another person in the party.

Again, Kwankwaso has an ambition to be president, and feels that with Buhari on the saddle in the APC, he could not pick the party’s ticket. He’s also mindful of the fact that by 2023 when Buhari completes his second term, the spotlight will move to the South.

Reportedly, during a meeting on Monday with the president, ahead of his defection, Kwankwaso had after listening to Buhari, expressed shock that it seems the president is not aware of the problems in Kano. “Remember, I had audience with you three times on this matter, and you failed to take action,” Kwankwaso was quoted as saying during the meeting. He left the APC together with about ten House of Reps members from Kano.

Isa Hamma Misau & Nazif Gamawa, Bauchi:

Misau and Gamawa are both from Bauchi State. Shortly after the APC took over power at both federal and state levels, Misau and Gamawa had a clash with Governor Mohammed Abubakar, including almost all federal lawmakers from the state.

Misau, a former police officer, later extended his scathing criticism and attacks to the Buhari-led government at the centre.

In the case of Gamawa, who chairs the Senate Committee on Electoral Matters, his role in the rejected bill that sought to change elections sequence in the country was seen as an attack on Buhari.

Suleiman Hunkuyi, Kaduna:

Senator Hunkuyi’s political fight with Governor Nasiru el-Rufai is well-known. He, along with Senator Shehu Sani, parted ways with the governor over two years ago. Hunkuyi, with his APC Akida faction in the state dumped el-Rufai. It then culminated in Hunkuyi’s defection to the PDP on Tuesday. Although observers say bringing him back may be difficult, it is possible to have him re-join in an atmosphere of reconciliation.

Ubale Shittu, Jigawa:

Shittu, from Jigawa State, has been having a running battle with Governor Muhammadu Badaru, and he quickly aligned himself with the Saraki’s camp at the centre to spite both Buhari and his state governor.

A ranking senator recently said that Shittu is one of the few senators that are ready to do anything to please Saraki. But like some of the defected senators, it is believed that he too can be wooed back to the party with genuine reconciliation between him and his state governor. This scenario also applies for the likes of Rep Mohammed Sani Zorro from Jigawa State.

Barnabas Gemade, Benue:

Gemade has since fallen out with George Akume, who is said to have a firm grip of the APC structure in Benue State. Both of them are senators, but Akume appears to be more powerful when it comes to the control of APC.

Gemade, like other colleagues from Benue, is angry that the APC-led Federal Government has not been able to nip in the bud the continued killings in the state, allegedly by herdsmen in the past three years, even though the problem predates the current administration.

Barnabas Gemade, Benue:

Gemade has since fallen out with George Akume, who is said to have a firm grip of the APC structure in Benue State. Both of them are senators, but Akume appears to be more powerful when it comes to the control of APC.

Gemade, like other colleagues from Benue, is angry that the APC-led Federal Government has not been able to nip in the bud the continued killings in the state, allegedly by herdsmen in the past three years, even though the problem predates the current administration.

Dino Melaye, Kogi:

The controversial senator from Kogi State has attracted a lot of criticism in the past three years since the emergence of his godfather, Saraki, as Senate President. A former member of APC, Melaye has never seen anything good about the government, which he did not only campaign for but also fought seriously to ensure its success during the 2015 elections.

Matters got out of hand when his relationship with Governor Yahaya Bello got sour. Melaye was the chairman of the transition committee when Bello became governor-elect, but soon after swearing in, they parted ways.

Abdulaziz Nyako, Adamawa:

Senator Nyako complained about what he termed as the high level of injustice meted out on him and his supporters in the APC. He said he spent six months trying to see the former national chairman of APC, John Odigie-Oyegun in an attempt to right wrongs in the Adamawa APC, but in vain.

The last straw was the party’s congresses, held a couple of months ago. None of his supporters were allowed to be part of leadership at all levels. Thus, he said it was only expedient for him and his supporters to join the African Democratic Congress (ADC) and fight the injustice.

Danbaba Abdullahi, Sokoto:

Senator Danbaba is said to be playing the political game of Governor Aminu Waziri Tambuwal of Sokoto State, whose quest to be president is not news. It is also believed that Danbaba feared that he may not get his return ticket to the National Assembly as the APC structure in his state is under the firm control of former governor and now-senator, Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko. Apart from him, about five lawmakers from Sokoto State in the House of Reps have also joined the PDP, an indication that Tambuwal might follow suit.

Monsurat Sunmonu, Oyo:

Senator Sunmonu’s major grouse is with her state governor, Abiola Ajimobi. Her return ticket to the Senate was under threat as the governor reportedly resolved that a former Senate Leader, Teslim Folarin, would replace her.

She then decided to seek a return ticket via the ADC, a newly-formed political party that hitherto had no representation in both chambers of the National Assembly. It is believed that the only thing that may make her return to the APC is the reversal of the governor’s decision.

Usman Bayero Nafada, Gombe:

Nafada’s major grievance is the fact that he has been completely edged out f the affairs of the Gombe APC as Senator Danjuma Goje is said to be in full control of the party. The former deputy speaker of the House of Reps wants to be governor of Gombe State and he felt since he has no structure whatsoever of the party at his disposal, it would be good for him to try elsewhere. But should there be reconciliation, he too may change his decision.


https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/how-pdp-snatched-senate-from-apc-262987.html

Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by emmachukwu99(m): 5:24am On Jul 28, 2018
Everyone is tired of a tyrant government.

Wow! FTC after 3yrs on board..

I dedicate this to all truthful and peace loving Nigerians. May God see us through all our legitimate endeavours.

Lala... Anything for the boys?

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Olanireti(m): 5:32am On Jul 28, 2018
Pdp should go and sit down. They didn't snatch anyone neither did they know how to play any game.

The polithiefians naturally transfer to any other big party when election is coming all for their selfish interest.

Watch as these same set of people will move on free transfer to APC by this time 2021 when another general election is approaching.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by 4601CE(m): 5:52am On Jul 28, 2018
emmachukwu99:
Everyone is tired of a tyrant government.
Only red mud potorpotor republicans is pained to see Nigeria moving forward

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Homeboiy: 6:18am On Jul 28, 2018
Recycling
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Racoon(m): 7:33am On Jul 28, 2018
APC sources said President Buhari was actually not aware of the last-minute scheming by the inner circle of people around him to checkmate what Saraki and Dogara wanted to do between Tuesday and Thursday.

For instance, it was gathered that he did not approve the involvement of the police to block Saraki’s convoy, the siege on Deputy Senate Pres                 
ident Ike Ekweremadu’s home, the invitation of the two officers by the police the previous night, and the plan to change the leadership of the National Assembly.
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Buhari is the C-in-C hence was never fit to be the president if this trend is to go by as it's an impeachable offense.He was fully aware of the entire developments.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Bossontop(m): 7:40am On Jul 28, 2018
undecided
Na jus sense and game plan dem use.....plus Apc made it easy by making demselves very easy to hate......dazzal
No person with human feelings will support Apc

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by handsomeclouds(m): 7:40am On Jul 28, 2018
Buhari caused this from the outset

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by nony43(m): 7:41am On Jul 28, 2018
APC will snatch back come sept 25th and PDP will finally re-snatch from APC come 2019

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by SleakBuzzPR: 7:41am On Jul 28, 2018
How APC plans to snatch Nairaland from Seun...

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by atobs4real: 7:41am On Jul 28, 2018
After that n ko?
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by fulaniHERDSman(m): 7:41am On Jul 28, 2018
grin
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by nairavsdollars(f): 7:41am On Jul 28, 2018
Lies
..APC still in majority

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by ednut1(m): 7:43am On Jul 28, 2018
How does this benefit the common man Can BH just bomb both set of mofos
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by IslamicRebel: 7:43am On Jul 28, 2018
Yoruba muslims are sad.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Merimental(m): 7:44am On Jul 28, 2018
Snatched? more like regained to me..nobody wants to be associated wit d oda party anymore

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by capatainrambo: 7:44am On Jul 28, 2018
zombies will wail till eternity




just the way buhari wailed in. 2003 2007. and 20011

God bless gej.
gej called and congratulated
but buhari would have wept like a goat and gone to tribunal again. grin

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by capatainrambo: 7:44am On Jul 28, 2018
God bless saraki for checkmting the old fool
of a president


if not for our dear senate president. it would have been full blown dictatorship




and zombies will be happy.
disgusting mindless cretins

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by BabyApple: 7:44am On Jul 28, 2018
kkk
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by AntiWailer: 7:49am On Jul 28, 2018
Which snatch ?


APC still majority in the Senate.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by GreenArrow1(m): 7:49am On Jul 28, 2018
Ah ah. We know the story Na. This newspaper been think say we no dey around when the takeover happen? Why telling us what we already know?
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by frankmoney(m): 7:50am On Jul 28, 2018
Who currently has the highest number in the Senate ? Pdp or apc?
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by VIPERVENOM(m): 7:51am On Jul 28, 2018

Findings show that four reasons were responsible for the massive defection drama that happened in the two chambers of the National Assembly. Case in point: Ruling All Progressives (APC), on Tuesday, June 24 saw more than a dozen of its senators and 37 members of the House of Reps defect to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The first reason, insiders told Daily Trust Saturday, was the outright display of ego by “few ambitious politicians” in the National Assembly, who were looking for higher positions, and could only achieve this by challenging the status quo. Secondly, a revolt by other lawmakers who feel suffocated by governors in their states, and would most likely lose their seats between August and October this year, when primary elections must have wrapped up.
The third reason, according to insiders, is perceived lethargy of ruling APC, which failed to manage its success and assert its power through entrenching discipline from the day it took over power on 29th May, 2015. And when Adams Oshiomhole took over the mantle of leadership recently, he was only able to cover little ground in terms of mending fences because the problems are overwhelming. The fourth reason, according to some major players, is what they described as President Muhammadu Buhari’s “I-don’t-care attitude” to party politics, alleging he has reneged his responsibility as ‘father to all’. This disposition, according to them, provided the breeding ground which allowed crisis to fester in APC chapters in more than 30 states in the country.
Most personalities spoken to by Daily Trust Saturday believe that had it been President Buhari had played the role he did in the past week, about a year or two ago - which included directly meeting with aggrieved members and attentively listening to their genuine grievances and resolving them - he and the APC would have been harvesting more followers, rather than many.
According to them, the “powers” Buhari gave Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu some months ago to reconcile with aggrieved members only succeeded in one area, which is keeping the South West intact in the APC, and nothing more.
It is believed that even this feat was only achieved because politicians from that part of the country have gotten everything they need in te...............................................

Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by point5: 7:55am On Jul 28, 2018
Politics
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Anijay1212(m): 7:59am On Jul 28, 2018
cheesy
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by manuelzz(m): 8:03am On Jul 28, 2018
Absolute crap! Trying to exonerate Buhari from the whole police Disrespect on the office of the senate president. Proper Trash!

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Princedapace(m): 8:07am On Jul 28, 2018
4601CE:
[s][/s]Only red mud potorpotor republicans is pained to see Nigeria moving forward

We live in a world where people dont take up sincere challenge..

bro, I put up a live challenge to u. If u are so confident of ur master, Buhari. If u trust so much that only easterners are tired of this govt, I put up a challenge to u, can we meet in Ibadan? Ibadan is not south east. It is south west and a major player in south west politics..

Can we take a walk in major markets in Ibadan and make sure people we talk to are Yorubas. Can we ask them how they feel about Buhari and if they wish Buhari should win the next election?

Can we get as many people as we want and share the video via Youtube? U would be shocked at what u will hear...

Just accept this sincere challenge.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by surveyorng: 8:16am On Jul 28, 2018
Wole Soyinka on PDP Defection

IF APC is not the answer to our Problems, there is no reason going back to the instigators of the problem.
I'm not a politician but I would do everything not to have PDP in Government in Nigeria.
The greatest tragedy that can befall a nation is for her citizens to suffer collective amnesia. I believe PDP believes Nigerians have short memories, if not, Ibori would not have been included in their convention committee and Jonathan would not have been allowed to talk (He ended up indicting himself as usual anyway).
For those who may have forgotten, kindly joggle your memories with the following words on marble and you will agree with me that what happened in Eagle square on saturday was nothing but gathering of rogues.
Happy reading:

1. I acted based on Jonathan's instruction - Dasuki

2. I didn't give order - Jonathan

3. I collected 350M from Dasuki for consultation - Iyorchia Ayu

4. I only collected $30,000 from Dasuki not N100m - Bode George

5. I got N4.6b from Dasuki for spiritual purposes - Bafarawa

6. I got N650M from Dasuki for my Abuja burnt office - Thisday Obaigbena.

7. I got N2.1b from Dasuki for publicity - Dokpesi

8. I got another N100m from Yuguda he didn't tell me from where - Bafarawa.

9. I gave N100m each to Odili, Jim Nwobodo Bode George and others - Yuguda

10. The president asked me to change N10B to foreign currency for PDP delegates - Dasuki

11. My boss asked me to get $11M from the CBN - Dasuki's account officer.

12. I got order from above to pay Tompolo N13B for Maritime university land. - Nimasa DG.

13. 950m was shared in my house -- Shekarau

With all this looting and many more revealed, some people are still shouting no sign of change yet, they even say it's political persecution.

But I believe, it is the right thing to do.
If you believe too, send this to other people to garner more support for the fight against corruption and looting in our nation. There must be consequences for such crimes otherwise Nigeria will not develop.

WHERE ARE THE #WAILERS?
"Over 20 billion dollars unremitted to the Federation account, and if nothing is done by 2015 upward, Nigeria will know what economic crisis is"
*~ Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi*

"Whoever wins 2015 will NEVER find it easy to govern. Over 30 trillion is mismanaged, unaccounted for or missing under Jonathan."
*~ Prof Charles Soludo*

"Our reserve is depleted and our savings are squandered. Our nation is in trouble."
*~ Dr Oby Ezekwesili.*

"For seven months, NNPC did not remit any money into federation account. When I called as a sitting governor and major oil producing state, Deziani Alison Madueke refused to pick my calls."
*~ Godswill Akpabio*

"I told them to save ahead of eventualities but Jonathan had no political will to do so and this is the reason why we are in crisis, because we squandered our boom."
*~ Okonjo Iweala*

"Okonjo-Iweala, Sanusi urged us to save but we state Governors refused to save for the unseen future during the tenure of Goodluck Jonathan, despite warning from economic experts."
*~ Peter Obi*

"Jonathan is a blessed ATM machine that doesn't have secret pin number"
*~ Bala Mohammed*

* Tompolo was paid 13Billion.!
* Ex-CDS,Alex Badeh dug a pit toilet to hide $32m.
* Patience Jonathan is claiming $31m, she has sued the Nigerian state.
* Femi Fani-Kayode took 740M.
* Dasuki used trucks to load over $35B from the CBN.
* Olisa Metuh took 400M.
* Aziboala, GEJ's cousin took 6B naira.
* Nenadi Usman took 3.5B naira.
* Fayose took 3B naira.
* Obanikoro took 4Billion naira.
* Olu Falae took 100M naira.
* Tony Anenih - 400M naira.
* Oritsejafor - $35M
* Former Air Chief Amosu - 2Billion naira.
* Lucky Igbinedion-16B naira.
*Bode-George and Dabo -100B naira
* Jolly Nyame-2.4B naira.
* Joshua Dariye-700M naira.
*Nyesom Wike stole #4b.
* Diezzani with $20 billion missing oil money?
15 billon dollars missing from arms fund, 10 billion naria, converted to dollars and given as gift to delegates of PDP Nation convention, Bafarawa collected 3 billion for spiritual purposes , 12. 7 billon naria for deceased NEPA staff grew wings and disappeared, 20 billion dollars missing from NNPC accounts, 23 billon naira as bribe to INEC staffs to rig the general election. The list is endless. They only left what they can't carry or unable to lay their hands on. The list continues.....
Recession didn't just happen, people looted Nigeria into RECESSION happening

*Copied*

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by bestviewer: 8:22am On Jul 28, 2018
NGENEUKWENU cheesy
Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by excel101(m): 8:25am On Jul 28, 2018
Olanireti:
Pdp should go and sit down. They didn't snatch anyone neither did they know how to play any game.

The polithiefians naturally transfer to any other big party when election is coming all for their selfish interest.

Watch as these same set of people will move on free transfer to APC by this time 2021 when another general election is approaching.
How then would you described their defection to APC 3 years ago.

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Re: How PDP ‘Snatched’ Senate From APC by Nobody: 8:30am On Jul 28, 2018
Why didn't u say this in 2014 when they decamped to apc?
Is it now u are realising that polithiefians decamp for selfish interests?
Anyway more agony and destruction for that calamity called apc...
Lol
#Karma
Olanireti:
Pdp should go and sit down. They didn't snatch anyone neither did they know how to play any game.

The polithiefians naturally transfer to any other big party when election is coming all for their selfish interest.

Watch as these same set of people will move on free transfer to APC by this time 2021 when another general election is approaching.

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