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The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by kahal29: 4:44am On Aug 08, 2018
*Denting President Muhammadu Buhari’s image

*Overruling Buhari, Osinbajo on crucial matters, such as the $43.45million recovered at Osborne Towers in Ikoyi, Lagos and confirmation of Acting EFCC Chairman Ibrahim Magu

*Alleged disrespect for court orders on ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki and Ibrahim el-Zakzaky as well as the detention of Jones Abiri

*Determining who to see (or pray with) Buhari

*Unauthorised deployment of operatives / sting operations against Supreme Court Justices, National Assembly, ex-DSS boss Kayode Are

*Alleged interference in the affairs of other security agencies, especially the EFCC

*Alleged refusal to take orders from NSA Gen. Mohammed Babagana Monguno

*Row over freedom for Chibok and Dapchi girls

*Romance with National Assembly officers

*Alleged hostility to the media

*Usurpation of anti-graft agencies’ functions



Department of State Services (DSS) Director-General Lawal Musa Daura was sacked yesterday for allegedly denting the image and democratic credentials of the Muhammadu Buhari administration, The Nation learnt last night.

Matthew Seiyefa, the most senior director at the DSS, took over the organisation.

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo fired Daura for deploying DSS operatives to lay siege to the National Assembly.

The deployment was considered by the Presidency to be “contemptuous” of Acting President Yemi Osinbajo.

The DSS was suspected to have worked with some principal officers of the National Assembly “to embarrass the Presidency”.

Daura is believed to be “very close” to a principal officer of the National Assembly, which has been at loggerheads with the Executive.

The siege to the National Assembly came few hours after Osinbajo brokered an understanding for the lawmakers to reconvene and consider the supplementary budget to avoid a shutdown of the government.

Neither Buhari nor Osinbajo was informed of the deployment of DSS operatives, it was learnt.

The Presidency is said to have ordered Daura’s detention. He is also to be disarmed.

The police and other security agencies were combing Daura’s office and residences as at the time of filing this report last night.

More heads may roll in DSS and other agencies implicated in the siege to the National Assembly.

Daura was consumed yesterday by the political intrigues in the country. He was fired with immediate effect .


Daura was summoned to the Presidential Villa by the Acting President a few minutes before his sack was announced.

He was directed to hand over to the most senior officer of the DSS until further notice.

The Acting President’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr Laolu Akande, in a terse statement, said:”The Acting President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has directed the termination of the appointment of the Director General, State Security Service, Lawal Musa Daura, with immediate effect.

“Mr Daura has been directed to hand over to the most senior officer of the State Security Service until further notice.’’

Daura was joined at the Villa meeting with the Acting President by Inspector-General of Police Ibrahim Idris, who arrived at about 12.35 p.m. Daura got in around 1.15p.m.

Osinbajo described the blockade of the National Assembly by operatives of the DSS as unauthorised.

He condemned it as a gross violation of constitutional order, rule of law and all accepted notions of law and order.

He said that the unlawful act, which was done without the knowledge of the Presidency, was completely unacceptable.

The statement said Osinbajo assured Nigerians that “all persons within the law enforcement apparatus who participated in this travesty will be identified and subjected to appropriate disciplinary action’’.

Daura, 64, was appointed to head the agency on July 2, 2015 to replace Ita Ekpeyong. He worked and retired from the agency before his appointment by Presidnt Muhammadu Buhari.

An unusual security blanket was thrown around the National Assembly Complex in Abuja early yesterday by men of the DSS.

National Assembly employees, legislative aides and reporters who arrived before 7 am met stern-faced operatives who barred them from the facility.

Shortly before 8 am when our correspondent visited the National Assembly Complex, about 20 policemen were at the outer gate, with only very few bearing AK-47 rifles.

At the second gate, the situation was different, with nine masked gun-wielding DSS operatives in black fatigues, along with several other DSS personnel in suits and regular clothing firmly blocking the entrance.

The armed men who also had black face masks and hand gloves carried IMI Tavor Tar-21 assault rifles produced by Israeli Military Industries.

Three Ford Ranger SUVs without number plates were packed in front of the gate, ostensibly to disallow anyone from driving in.

A young man who was making a video recording with his mobile phone promptly stopped after receiving verbal threats from one of the masked DSS personnel who said: “If I catch that your phone now, I go march am”.

Initially, everyone, including senators and members of the House of Representatives were being barred from entering the complex, but around 8am, 47-year old Honourable Boma Goodhead, militant leader Asari Dokubo’s sister, defied the security operatives and became the first lawmaker to enter the complex.

After the entry of Hon. Goodhead, a PDP member who represents Asalga/Akulga Federal Constituency of Rivers State, several senators and House members, such as Reps Teejay Yusuf (Kogi), Kingsley Chinda (Rivers), Agbedi Frederick (Bayelsa), Razaq Atunwa (Kwara) and Joseph Akinlaja (Ondo) entered the facility.

Senators who entered by 8.15 am include Ben Murray Bruce, Ubale Shittu, Isa Hamma Misau, Biodun Olujimi and Rafiu Ibrahim.

They walked in through the second gate with their Identification Cards (IDs) on their chests. All their vehicles were forced to stop and park outside the gate unlike the usual practice whereby their drivers drove straight in to their chambers.

Why Osinbajo sacked security chief Daura

Lawal Daura was fired yesterday as Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS) for embarrasing the government, a source said.

The source, who pleaded not to be named because of the “sensitivity” of the matter, listed 11 reasons why Daura got the push.

They are:

Denting President Buhari’s image;
overruling Buhari, VP Osinbajo on crucial matters, such as the $43.45million recovered at Osborne Towers in Ikoyi, Lagos;
confirmation of the Acting EFCC chairman, Ibrahim Magu and others;
alleged disrespect of court orders on ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki and Islamic cleric Ibrahim el-Zakzaky and detention of Jones Abiri; and
using security reasons to determine who to see (or pray) with Buhari.
Others include unauthorised deployment of operatives/ sting operations against Supreme Court justices, National Assembly, ex-DG DSS Kayode Are, others; alleged interference in the affairs of other security agencies, especially the EFCC on some sensitive cases, including those involving some ex-Service Chiefs, Nigeria Intelligence Agency (NIA), DSS; alleged refusal to take orders from and irreconcilable differences with the National Security Adviser, Gen. Mohammed Babagana Monguno; controversy over negotiation of freedom for Chibok and Dapchi girls; intelligence report on alleged romance with Saraki and some principal officers of National Assembly; alleged hostility to the media and alleged usurpation/ duplication of the functions of anti-corruption agencies.


The source said: “The DG, DSS had his cup full in the past few weeks when the President detested some of his actions based on intelligence report.

“In fact, the President had agreed on a two-week deadline to remove him. The invasion of the National Assembly by DSS operatives hastened Daura’s exit.

“The President got an instant briefing from Acting President Yemi Osinbajo. Buhari also had the privilege to watch the siege on television.,” the source said, adding:

“Buhari felt insulted that Daura drafted DSS operatives to the National Assembly without any covert or overt instructions. He, therefore, directed Osinbajo to fire the DG.”


The source gave the details of how Daura ran the DSS to the embarrassment of the Presidency.

He said: “What embarrassed the Presidency most was the affront by the sacked DG in overruling the President on some issues. When AVM JON Ode Committee was set up by the President to probe the $2.1b arms deals, he faulted the composition of the panel, which had no representative from the DSS. He never forgave all those who made input into the composition of the panel.

“The impunity with which he overruled Buhari on the eligibility of Ibrahim Magu as a nominee for the chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission(EFCC) with ambiguous security reports shocked the government. The Senate relied on DSS reports to reject Magu twice. There was obvious poor cohesion in this administration.

“When the President appointed VP Osinbajo to head a panel to probe the $43.45million recovered at Osborne Towers in Ikoyi, Lagos, Daura disagreed with some recommendations in the committee’s report and raised a curious memo citing why security funds cannot be probed. At a point, Buhari alluded publicly to Daura’s representation.”

Responding to a question, the source added that “the saddest moment for Buhari and his deputy was the unauthorised sting operations on the homes of Supreme Court justices by DSS operatives. A perplexed Buhari could not justify the arrest of the justices when a former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohammed met with him on the incident.

“There was no intelligence report made available to the President or VP Osinbajo; no pre-operation briefing, and when he was confronted, Daura reminded Buhari that there was a presidential verbal directive that he should do anything to fight corruption.

“Although it was convenient to overrule Daura but the President allowed the judges to go through the judicial process instead of using fiat to reverse the DSS.

“The same impunity applies to the disobedience of court orders on ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki and Ibrahim el-Zakzaky and detention of a journalist, Jones Abiri. Daura cited security reasons for his action.

“After his long medical trip to London, the President once asked Daura if Dasuki was still in detention. He justified Dasuki’s detention by claiming that the ex-NSA was only freed on one of the matters in court. He said he had more legal hurdles to cross.

“When there was too much noise on El-Zakyzaky’s prolonged detention without trial, the DSS quickly arranged a parade of the old man to prove that he was doing well.

“The raid of a former DG of DSS, Col. Kayode Are, in an inhuman manner was said to have smacked of vengeance because Daura was in service when Are led the agency.

“The 2018 International Press Institute(IPI) World Congress in June was expected to fetch some mileage for President Muhammadu Buhari but the President was shocked when IPI Executive Board Chair John Yearwood demanded the release of a detained journalist, Jones Abiri in Nigeria by the DSS since July 2016.

“Some ministers denied that any journalist was detained until the picture became clearer that Abiri was in DSS gulag.”

The source attributed the removal of Daura to lack of synergy among security agencies, especially between the National Security Adviser

“He does not have respect for the National Security Adviser, Gen. Mohammed Babagana Monguno and he refused to report, to him while in office. This caused a huge gap in inter-security agencies’ coordination.

His irreconcilable differences with Monguno got to a stage that a former Director-General of the National Intelligence Agency, Amb. Ayo Oke, had to intervene on why they should forgive each other to ensure a seamless security coordination. The two security chiefs agreed to work together but the truce collapsed, The Nation learnt.

Daura’s outstanding moments were in securing freedom for Chibok and Dapchi girls, but there were issues on the negotiation, with insurgents.

“When a journalist with Daily Independent, Tony Ezimakor, reported the issues on the international dimension to the negotiation, the DSS wasted no time in detaining him.

“In the past two weeks, some organizations had been advertising in some dailies to ask the Presidency to revisit the negotiations.”

The source also alleged that Daura had allegedly tried to interfere with the investigation of some high-profile suspects, scuh a former Chief of Army Staff, by the EFCC.

He was also accused of pettiness on security issues.

“The crux of the matter between the DSS and EFCC bordered on moves by the former to cause a stay of action on some cases. At a point, the DG became uncomfortable that Magu was not taking instructions from him. The battle line was drawn between Daura and Magu when the EFCC started probing the tenure of a former DG of DSS, Mr. Ita Ekpenyong, and discovered that Ekpenyong left huge funds in the accounts of the agency, contrary to the allegation that he diverted same. Daura felt Magu was after him because he was introduced to the President by the NSA.

“Even when peace was initiated, he told Magu that his rank was not worth more than an Assistant Superintendent of Police in DSS cadre. Also, he reminded Magu that he wrote the position paper which led to the establishment of EFCC and he coordinated the take-off of the anti-graft commission.

“It was the same venom with which he opposed the clearance of Magu by the Senate. As if he was not done with the Acting EFCC chairman, an operative stopped him a few weeks ago from joining the President at the mosque at the Presidential Villa based on orders from the DSS headquarters.

“The same ill-treatment was meted out to Sen. Ali Ndume when he was prevented from praying at the mosque by DSS.

“As we speak, the accreditation of a journalist with The Punch, Olalekan Adetayo, has not been restored because of security reasons cited by DSS DG in spite of intervention by some media aides.

“At intelligence meetings with top editors, Daura assumed unusual airs. He once told editors that if he wanted to cause a crisis in Nigeria, he can do it within five minutes.

The source explained that in the last few months, the Presidency had been uncomfortable with Daura when it discovered that he had been very close to a principal officer of the National Assembly.

“President Buhari initially ignored the alleged romance between Daura and the principal officer until it became evident that the officer and his loyalists have more intelligence about government than meet the eye.”

DAURA DETAINED


Our correspondent could not locate where Daura was detained after his arrest. But a reliable source said: “The initial steps taken by the Presidency was to disarm Daura because a DG of DSS has a lot of arms and ammunition under his control.

“He was arrested and detained to enable the police and other agencies to mop up arms and ammunition under his care.

“All I can tell you is that he is in a safe location.”

http://thenationonlineng.net/dss-boss-daura-fired/

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by modelmike7(m): 4:45am On Aug 08, 2018
This actually led to his downfall,
Osinbajo described the blockade of the National Assembly by operatives of the DSS as unauthorised.
He condemned it as a gross violation of constitutional order, rule of law and all accepted notions of law and order.
He said that the unlawful act, which was done without the knowledge of the Presidency, was completely unacceptable.

Bye bye Daura!

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by doublewisdom: 5:32am On Aug 08, 2018
Bullsh1t. If APC had succeeded in impeaching Saraki and Ekweremadu, Daura would still be DG. The zombie below is irredeemable. His own zombism nah factory made.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by PassingShot(m): 5:35am On Aug 08, 2018
doublewisdom:
Bullsh1t. If APC had succeeded in impeaching Saraki and Ekweremadu, Daura would still be DG.
Some of you lack cognitive reasoning. It's the more reason many Nigerian youths are unemployable.

First, the senate was on recess. So, it was impossible for the senate to have reconvened without being officially called back by its leadership.

Secondly, two-third majority is required to impeach Saraki and APC does not have that number. So, how could he have been impeached?

Thirdly, it was PDP senators shouting for days of a plot to impeach Saraki on Tuesday even without any cogent evidence. It was same PDP led by Sarathief that conspired with Daura Secret Service (DSS) to deploy armed men to NASS to act out a script in their well-planned drama. If not, how come the APC senators that were alleged to be plotting impeachment were not seen anywhere near the Assembly Quarters?

Fourthly, antecedents of Saraki with Daura have revealed the unholy relationship between the two. It was Daura that produced the biased report used by the Senate not to confirm Magu (twice). It was Daura that prevented EFCC from arresting former DSS boss who is a loyalist of PDP. It was Daura who was repported to be having meetings in the dead of the night with Saraki.

The question sane minds should ask is: If Daura was not being used by Sarathief, how come the idiot of a SP or PDP has not welcomed the sacking of the DSS DG?

Clearly, the alliance between Daura and Sarathief/PDP has come a full circle and it has been exposed. Daura was the enemy within who was revealing top govt plans and directing the scripts acted by Sarathief and PDP.

PMB sometimes is too slow in acting. Daura could have as well engineered his overthrow if he was not axed yesterday.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by chomchom1(f): 5:40am On Aug 08, 2018
PassingShot:

Some of you lack cognitive reasoning. It's the more reason many Nigerian youths are unemployable.


The bitter truth..

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by CTechHub(m): 5:41am On Aug 08, 2018
And what makes you think, he's doing all that by his own power?


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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by chriskosherbal(m): 5:42am On Aug 08, 2018
chomchom1:



The bitter truth..
hmmm word !!!




See signature. ..now in lagos.
Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by doublewisdom: 5:42am On Aug 08, 2018
PassingShot:

Some of you lack cognitive reasoning. It's the more reason many Nigerian youths are unemployable.
Too early to insult one because he or she has a different opinion from yours, also, if you and your family youths are unemployable don't think it's so everywhere else.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Nobody: 5:46am On Aug 08, 2018
Tell it to the marines. Buhari is in order words a baby suckling his mother's bosom while this impunity went on for 3 years. Propaganda is about the only thing APC government is adept in.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by doublewisdom: 5:50am On Aug 08, 2018
The so-called sins of Daura are laughable. How could he be disobeying court orders and Buhari could not call him to order. It had to take a botched impeachment attempt of the opponent to sack him.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by engrsyer(m): 5:50am On Aug 08, 2018
Very long story but interesting. It only takes the patient ones to follow through till the end.

Good bye Daura.

Matthew please Release Sambo Dasuki and El Zakzaki to obey court order.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by PassingShot(m): 5:51am On Aug 08, 2018
doublewisdom:

Too early to insult one because he or she has a different opinion from yours, also, if you and your family youths are unemployable don't think it's so everywhere else.

Don't argue with facts backed by figures. Many Nigerian youths regularly fail aptitude tests because they lack cognitive ability.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by neutralmind: 5:54am On Aug 08, 2018
PMB needs to learn how to appoint round pegs in round holes. He was never fit for the job from the beginning.

We all know, he was appointed based on tribal sentiments and perceived loyalty. Now we have seen his score card.

Buhari time to examine your political appointees.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Dumdumfashion(f): 5:56am On Aug 08, 2018
He is guilty of many things but that of yesterday, he was just a fall guy for someone or some people undecided

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Juliusmalema: 6:06am On Aug 08, 2018
OK in summary osibanjo sacked him to save his dented image.
Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by iammo(m): 6:07am On Aug 08, 2018
I read all the crap up there and laughed so hard, grin especially the part that says "Denting President Buhari’s image" . For you to start a meaningfull debate to exonerate buhari, at least you should know how government works. The organogram of presidency and the chain of command from buhari's office to that of NSA, and you can also help yourself with a copy of theDSS act [Cap 03] clearly states that; (2) The principal officers of the agencies shall in the discharge of their functions under this Act-

(a) in the case of the State Security Service and the National Intelligence Agency, be responsible directly to the President;


So you mean to tell us buhari never gets briefing and activity report daily of this agency?
How come when there was a succeful nationwide judiciary unlawful raid same daura was indeed celebrated for its success by the presidency.
And why did osibanjo fire NHIS boss, only to be reinstated after buhari returned from London?

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by TOSIN116: 6:16am On Aug 08, 2018
Guess i'm to late to be FTC grin

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Corrinthians(m): 6:20am On Aug 08, 2018
PassingShot:

Some of you lack cognitive reasoning. It's the more reason many Nigerian youths are unemployable.

First, the senate was on recess. So, it was impossible for the senate to have reconvened without being officially called back by its leadership.

Secondly, two-third majority is required to impeach Saraki and APC does not have that number. So, how could he have been impeached?

Thirdly, it was PDP senators shouting for days of a plot to impeach Saraki on Tuesday even without any cogent evidence. It was same PDP led by Sarathief that conspired with Daura Secret Service (DSS) to deploy armed men to NASS to act out a script in their well-planned drama. If not, how come the APC senators that were alleged to be plotting impeachment were not seen anywhere near the Assembly Quarters?

Fourthly, antecedents of Saraki with Daura have revealed the unholy relationship between the two. It was Daura that produced the biased report used by the Senate not to confirm Magu (twice). It was Daura that prevented EFCC from arresting former DSS boss who is a loyalist of PDP. It was Daura who was repported to be having meetings in the dead of the night with Saraki.

The question sane minds should ask is: If Daura was not being used by Sarathief, how come the idiot of a SP or PDP has not welcomed the sacking of the DSS DG?

Clearly, the alliance between Daura and Sarathief/PDP has come a full circle and it has been exposed. Daura was the enemy within who was revealing top govt plans and directing the scripts acted by Sarathief and PDP.

PMB sometimes is too slow in acting. Daura could have as well engineered his overthrow if he was not axed yesterday.
What more can I say? You've said everything there is to say. cool

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Nobody: 6:23am On Aug 08, 2018
Shut up abeg. Na una dey kill Nigeria with rubbish talk talk
PassingShot:

Some of you lack cognitive reasoning. It's the more reason many Nigerian youths are unemployable.

First, the senate was on recess. So, it was impossible for the senate to have reconvened without being officially called back by its leadership.

Secondly, two-third majority is required to impeach Saraki and APC does not have that number. So, how could he have been impeached?

Thirdly, it was PDP senators shouting for days of a plot to impeach Saraki on Tuesday even without any cogent evidence. It was same PDP led by Sarathief that conspired with Daura Secret Service (DSS) to deploy armed men to NASS to act out a script in their well-planned drama. If not, how come the APC senators that were alleged to be plotting impeachment were not seen anywhere near the Assembly Quarters?

Fourthly, antecedents of Saraki with Daura have revealed the unholy relationship between the two. It was Daura that produced the biased report used by the Senate not to confirm Magu (twice). It was Daura that prevented EFCC from arresting former DSS boss who is a loyalist of PDP. It was Daura who was repported to be having meetings in the dead of the night with Saraki.

The question sane minds should ask is: If Daura was not being used by Sarathief, how come the idiot of a SP or PDP has not welcomed the sacking of the DSS DG?

Clearly, the alliance between Daura and Sarathief/PDP has come a full circle and it has been exposed. Daura was the enemy within who was revealing top govt plans and directing the scripts acted by Sarathief and PDP.

PMB sometimes is too slow in acting. Daura could have as well engineered his overthrow if he was not axed yesterday.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by bestviewer: 6:28am On Aug 08, 2018
Don't mind these useless online miscreants. They thought we are dumbo that do not know that Daura takes orders from the illiterate cowherder we have as president.


CTechHub:
And what makes you think, he's doing all that by his own power?



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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by truthfulparrot(m): 6:31am On Aug 08, 2018
Do this people believe that all Nigerians are fools and that we will shallow this ridiculous explanations for Daura sack hook and sinker?
If the presidency was not in support of all the atrocities committed by Daura, why was he tolerated for more than three years. The obvious fact is that as we are getting closer to the election year international pressure has been mounting on the obvious human rights violations and disregards for the rule laws that are being perpetrated under PMBs administration. The invasion of the national assembly which was initially celebrated by some Zombies was the last straw. The unexpected outcry from the international community must have compelled the presidency to take the decisive action of sacking Daura.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by Heemcelph: 6:33am On Aug 08, 2018
Na when breeze blow we dey see fowl nyash grin grin grin grin
Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by gunuvi(m): 6:46am On Aug 08, 2018
Op, what you posted are all lies from the stable of the devilish party. If the democratic coup had succeeded yesterday, daura would have been hailed by Buhari, osibanjo and all zombies combined. They only made him sacrificial goat especially when international governments started showing interest and condemning the attack on democracy.
More revelations coming today.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by jayfolarin: 6:46am On Aug 08, 2018
bestviewer:
Don't mind these useless online miscreants. They thought we are dumbo that do not know that Daura takes orders from the illiterate cowherder we have as president.



Like someone mentioned above.. Some (MOST) of you guys simply LACK cognitive reasoning skills!

There is a reason God gave you a brain... USE IT!

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by bestviewer: 6:51am On Aug 08, 2018
You clowns are blaming Saraki, was it Saraki that appointed Lawal? Do you know that Lawal is a direct cousin to illiterate Buhari? You useless zombiesss can't reason properly for once


jayfolarin:


Like someone mentioned above.. Some (MOST) of you guys simply LACK cognitive reasoning skills!

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by jayfolarin: 7:10am On Aug 08, 2018
bestviewer:
You clowns are blaming Saraki, was it Saraki that appointed Lawal? Do you know that Lawal is a direct cousin to illiterate Buhari? You useless zombiesss can't reason properly for once



It doesn't matter who appointed who! People are capable of betrayals for whatever selfish reasons only known to them and lawal daura has been found out, despite the massive trust that was alluded to him by the president, to be a massive stab in the back!


It's just like the way your mom is capable of going ahead to sleep with another man besides your dad despite being married for decades. Or your girlfriend going ahead to have sex with your best friend in the bedroom while you are passed out drunk in the living room.. you know, things like that....

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by infinitethrust: 7:10am On Aug 08, 2018
PMB supporters celebrated every action of Daura.
They celebrated and explained the following - refusal of court order on Nnamdi Kanu, zakzakky, judges raid. In fact they supported his every action even the blockade of NASS.

Now all of a sudden it was Daura all along that been the problem. Only a dullard will take 3yrs to fish out such glaring problem.

This is image washing. APC and PDP about to take you guys for another ride. Watch out.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by bestviewer: 7:14am On Aug 08, 2018
You mean the same team that it took bubu 6 months to appoint betrayed him? How did he betray bubu? You think we are not aware that Lawal is just a fall guy because what bubu planned didn't work out. You guys can continue deceiving yourselves but we know the truth. cheesy

jayfolarin:


No matter who appointed who! People are capable of betrayals for whatever selfish reasons only known to them and lawal has been found out to be a massive stab in the back to this government

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by dahmie2013: 7:18am On Aug 08, 2018
I observed something, once u're a top govt official & u're dismissed, what u loose is more dan what u gained 4 many yrs. Ur past achievements are now worthless.
It is well.
Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by jayfolarin: 7:21am On Aug 08, 2018
bestviewer:
You mean the same team that it took bubu 6 months to appoint betrayed him? How did he betray bubu? You think we are not aware that Lawal is just a fall guy because what bubu planned didn't work out. You guys can continue deceiving yourselves but we know the truth. cheesy


You know it is really easy to stay dumb and in denial despite contrary evidence to your beliefs and reality!

Try using your head and challenging your own beliefs sometimes.. it really helps you grow as a human!

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by OBAGADAFFI: 7:23am On Aug 08, 2018
The same Daura they were praising when he bashed the homes of Judges.

They are now disowning him.

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Re: The 11 Sins Of Daura That Led To His Sack by doublewisdom: 7:25am On Aug 08, 2018
bestviewer:
You clowns are blaming Saraki, was it Saraki that appointed Lawal? Do you know that Lawal is a direct cousin to illiterate Buhari? You useless zombiesss can't reason properly for once


How can zombies reason properly?

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