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Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by ugo4u: 3:38am On Nov 23, 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari has yet to take a decision on whether he will take part or not in the presidential debate slated for January 19, 2019 by the Nigeria Election Debate Group.

But the Peoples Democratic Party and the Social Democratic Party said their candidates, Atiku Abubakar and Donald Duke respectively, would take part in the debate.

The Chairman of the Nigeria Election Debate Group, Mr John Momoh, told journalists in Abuja on Thursday that the group had fixed January 19, 2019 for a debate for presidential candidates of different political parties taking part in the 2019 elections.

Momoh, who is also the chairman of the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria, said the debate series would however start on December 14, 2018 when vice presidential candidates are billed to take their turns.

He added that the debates would hold at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, and would be broadcast live by all BON members.

He said the debate would focus on the nation’s economy, electricity, job creation, health care, education and security, among others.

Momoh said Nigeria would be strong when elected leaders were transparent, adding that such openness must start long before election.

He said, “Our nation is strongest when our elected leaders are transparent, accessible and accountable to its citizens, explaining their decisions and answering tough questions. That standard of openness must start long before election day.

“It is for this reason that the Nigerian Election Debate Group and the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria are organising a vice presidential debate on December 14, 2018 and a presidential debate on January 19, 2019.

“The debates would hold at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja and will be broadcast live on all BON member radio and television stations across the country.

He added, “The debates will also be streamed live on all mobile and social media platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to give it a global coverage.

“Among others, the debates will focus on the issues that matter most to working families; restoring our economy, providing electricity, creating jobs, securing health care for every Nigerian, making and achieving excellence in every Nigerian school and ensuring safety and security for Nigerians.

“The Nigerian Election Debate Group would set the format and rules of the debate, handle moderation, outline the criteria for political party participation, ensure the objectivity of audiences and steer negotiations between broadcasters and the parties.

He said Nigerians would expect the leaders of all political parties to be challenged in a very public and robust way in these debates.

In justifying the debates, Momoh said it was a well-known fact that Nigeria, in spite of its potential, was faced with a social crisis that began way back during the military era and had been with the democratic rule since.

He said the nation today was experiencing a health care crisis threatening women and children, education crisis threatening children’s future, power crisis crippling economic activities, and a more fundamental crisis of corruption, accountability and security.

He identified other challenges facing the nation to include threat to national unity, resource control and selfdetermination, ethnicity-based identity politics and religious cleavages which he said had enveloped national consciousness. 
Many of these problems, Momoh argued, stemmed from decisions made by Nigerian leaders behind closed doors or openly.

When asked about the group’s plan to avoid past situations when leading candidates shunned similar debates, he said it was the prerogative of the candidates to attend.

He said while some countries had already enshrined it in their constitution to make it compulsory for candidates to participate in debates, Nigeria had yet to do so.

He recalled that efforts had been made in the past to ensure that such a law was made in Nigeria.

Momoh expressed the hope that in the not too distant time, such a law would be promulgated in Nigeria.

In an interview with one of our correspondents, the spokesman for Buhari Presidential Campaign Organisation, Mr Festus Keyamo (SAN), said no decision had been taken on whether Buhari would participate in the debate or not.

He said once a decision was taken on the matter, it would be made public.

“I am not the only one that will take that decision. When that time comes, all those concerned will sit down and take a decision on that and we shall make our decision public,” Keyamo said.

But the National Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, in a separate interview said the party’s presidential candidate would take part in the debate.

Secondus described the debate as an opportunity to tell Nigerians what the party had to offer Nigerians and why the citizens should vote for its candidate.

He asked Nigerians to insist that all presidential candidates should address them through the debate.

Secondus said, “The PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, will be live at the debate and we will tell Nigerians in clear terms what we have to offer them.

“We are not going to shy away from the people we are seeking their votes. We will talk to them, answer their questions and also sell our party and its manifesto to them.

“All over civilised world, political parties and their candidates look for such opportunities to talk to the people. Nigeria should not be an exception.

He added, “We are through this medium, asking Nigerians to demand that all presidential candidates should be at the debate to tell the whole world what they have done and what they will do.”

Also, the National Publicity Secretary of the Social Democratic Party, Mr Alfa Mohammed, said the party’s presidential candidate and his running mate, Junaid Mohammed, would participate in the debate.

He said the event would serve as an avenue to showcase the quality of the party’s candidate and his running mate.

Mohammed said, “We can’t afford to miss this ample opportunity to showcase the calibre of the personalities we are presenting to Nigerians as the next President and Vice-President.

“Certainly, we are going to be there. We shall make our candidates available for any kind of debate in any part of the country.

“That will be an opportunity to let Nigerians know that we have the best candidates.”

https://punchng.com/buhari-undecided-atiku-duke-ready-for-presidential-debate-jan-19/

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by ugo4u: 3:39am On Nov 23, 2018
We hope he obliges and turn up for the debate. It is better to debate questions without settling it than to settle questions without debating it.
Mr spells over to you spell Buhari
Mr spells: Isi mu spell luo Buhari ma spell giriya
Buhari wunu

P O----Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
C O-----Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
N A-----Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
N I------Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
N R------Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
F I-------Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
N U----Ehen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
G O-------Buhari

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by sluk(m): 3:44am On Nov 23, 2018
Mark my words, he will never decide

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by baliyubla: 3:44am On Nov 23, 2018
The Dullard dodging the debates should be his surest one way ticket to Daura. Man claiming undecided, just to test the waters before he absconds on debate day.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Zansu007: 3:45am On Nov 23, 2018
What does he have to say, other than kwarution.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Tobyarab(m): 4:11am On Nov 23, 2018
Buhari to come? them no born am well. he will never be there.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by PassingShot(m): 4:18am On Nov 23, 2018
Debates in Nigeria are useless because many times we’ve seen the winner of a debate losing woefully in elections. The reason is that 99% of voters have already made their mind on their choice. And debates are usually to sway undecided voters.


Na losers dey debate in Nigeria grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by sorom4: 4:21am On Nov 23, 2018
Is this how he will take us to Next Level?

Next Level of Iberiberism

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by PassingShot(m): 4:22am On Nov 23, 2018
baliyubla:
The Dullard dodging the debates should be his surest one way ticket to Daura. Man claiming undecided, just to test the waters before he absconds on debate day.
He won’t debate and we will make him president.

The fact is debates are useless in Nigeria. We have seen many candidates doing excellently well in debates but lost woefully in election. The reason is simple -debates are to sway undecided voters and we have very few of them in Nigeria.

Will PMB taking part in a debate make frustrated and bitter souls like you switch your support for him?

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Metuh: 4:25am On Nov 23, 2018
PassingShot:
Na losers dey debate grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

The lifeless one is dodging the debate cos his head is empty.


What will he even talk about at the debate? Pighting of kwaruption?
Insecurity of lives?
Nepotism?
His non regards for court orders?


Only those who are paid 30k as BMC are the ones still supporting that bag of bones.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by PassingShot(m): 4:28am On Nov 23, 2018
Metuh:


The lifeless one is dodging the debate cos his head is empty.


What will he even talk about at the debate? Pighting of kwaruption?
Insecurity of lives?
Nepotism?
His non regards for court orders?


Only those who are paid 30k as BMC are the ones still supporting that bag of bones.
What do I expect from an Atikulooted brain who believes it’s a Jubril Al-Sudani that’s in Aso Rock? Why won’t such brain not think everyone of Buhari’s supporteris a BMC on N30k per month.
Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by FREEMADNESS: 4:35am On Nov 23, 2018
ugo4u:
President Muhammadu Buhari has yet to take a decision on whether he will take part or not in the presidential debate slated for January 19, 2019 by the Nigeria Election Debate Group.

But the Peoples Democratic Party and the Social Democratic Party said their candidates, Atiku Abubakar and Donald Duke respectively, would take part in the debate.

The Chairman of the Nigeria Election Debate Group, Mr John Momoh, told journalists in Abuja on Thursday that the group had fixed January 19, 2019 for a debate for presidential candidates of different political parties taking part in the 2019 elections.

Momoh, who is also the chairman of the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria, said the debate series would however start on December 14, 2018 when vice presidential candidates are billed to take their turns.

He added that the debates would hold at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel, Abuja, and would be broadcast live by all BON members.

He said the debate would focus on the nation’s economy, electricity, job creation, health care, education and security, among others.

Momoh said Nigeria would be strong when elected leaders were transparent, adding that such openness must start long before election.

He said, “Our nation is strongest when our elected leaders are transparent, accessible and accountable to its citizens, explaining their decisions and answering tough questions. That standard of openness must start long before election day.

“It is for this reason that the Nigerian Election Debate Group and the Broadcasting Organisations of Nigeria are organising a vice presidential debate on December 14, 2018 and a presidential debate on January 19, 2019.

“The debates would hold at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel Abuja and will be broadcast live on all BON member radio and television stations across the country.

He added, “The debates will also be streamed live on all mobile and social media platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to give it a global coverage.

“Among others, the debates will focus on the issues that matter most to working families; restoring our economy, providing electricity, creating jobs, securing health care for every Nigerian, making and achieving excellence in every Nigerian school and ensuring safety and security for Nigerians.

“The Nigerian Election Debate Group would set the format and rules of the debate, handle moderation, outline the criteria for political party participation, ensure the objectivity of audiences and steer negotiations between broadcasters and the parties.

He said Nigerians would expect the leaders of all political parties to be challenged in a very public and robust way in these debates.

In justifying the debates, Momoh said it was a well-known fact that Nigeria, in spite of its potential, was faced with a social crisis that began way back during the military era and had been with the democratic rule since.

He said the nation today was experiencing a health care crisis threatening women and children, education crisis threatening children’s future, power crisis crippling economic activities, and a more fundamental crisis of corruption, accountability and security.

He identified other challenges facing the nation to include threat to national unity, resource control and selfdetermination, ethnicity-based identity politics and religious cleavages which he said had enveloped national consciousness. 
Many of these problems, Momoh argued, stemmed from decisions made by Nigerian leaders behind closed doors or openly.

When asked about the group’s plan to avoid past situations when leading candidates shunned similar debates, he said it was the prerogative of the candidates to attend.

He said while some countries had already enshrined it in their constitution to make it compulsory for candidates to participate in debates, Nigeria had yet to do so.

He recalled that efforts had been made in the past to ensure that such a law was made in Nigeria.

Momoh expressed the hope that in the not too distant time, such a law would be promulgated in Nigeria.

In an interview with one of our correspondents, the spokesman for Buhari Presidential Campaign Organisation, Mr Festus Keyamo (SAN), said no decision had been taken on whether Buhari would participate in the debate or not.

He said once a decision was taken on the matter, it would be made public.

“I am not the only one that will take that decision. When that time comes, all those concerned will sit down and take a decision on that and we shall make our decision public,” Keyamo said.

But the National Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, in a separate interview said the party’s presidential candidate would take part in the debate.

Secondus described the debate as an opportunity to tell Nigerians what the party had to offer Nigerians and why the citizens should vote for its candidate.

He asked Nigerians to insist that all presidential candidates should address them through the debate.

Secondus said, “The PDP and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, will be live at the debate and we will tell Nigerians in clear terms what we have to offer them.

“We are not going to shy away from the people we are seeking their votes. We will talk to them, answer their questions and also sell our party and its manifesto to them.

“All over civilised world, political parties and their candidates look for such opportunities to talk to the people. Nigeria should not be an exception.

He added, “We are through this medium, asking Nigerians to demand that all presidential candidates should be at the debate to tell the whole world what they have done and what they will do.”

Also, the National Publicity Secretary of the Social Democratic Party, Mr Alfa Mohammed, said the party’s presidential candidate and his running mate, Junaid Mohammed, would participate in the debate.

He said the event would serve as an avenue to showcase the quality of the party’s candidate and his running mate.

Mohammed said, “We can’t afford to miss this ample opportunity to showcase the calibre of the personalities we are presenting to Nigerians as the next President and Vice-President.

“Certainly, we are going to be there. We shall make our candidates available for any kind of debate in any part of the country.

“That will be an opportunity to let Nigerians know that we have the best candidates.”

https://punchng.com/buhari-undecided-atiku-duke-ready-for-presidential-debate-jan-19/




it is no news dat saint baba won't show up na.
abi una wan blow him cover

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by ipobarethieves: 4:51am On Nov 23, 2018
sad sad undecided Nnamdi!!!.Nah wen ur oga dey traful go Amelika? Nov 29 nah next week ooooo
Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Yankee101: 4:56am On Nov 23, 2018
Atiku should not go if Buhari is not going

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by nameo: 4:57am On Nov 23, 2018
PassingShot:
Debates in Nigeria are useless because many times we’ve seen the winner of a debate losing woefully in elections. The reason is that 99% of voters have already made their mind on their choice. And debates are usually to sway undecided voters.


Na losers dey debate in Nigeria grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

You are shameless.

It really twites me that you guys were calling yourselves "progressives" previously.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Godjone(m): 5:14am On Nov 23, 2018
What do you expect a certificate less illiterate to go and say at the debate
Government of forgery and intellectual property thieves

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by FarahAideed: 5:25am On Nov 23, 2018
PassingShot:
Debates in Nigeria are useless because many times we’ve seen the winner of a debate losing woefully in elections. The reason is that 99% of voters have already made their mind on their choice. And debates are usually to sway undecided voters.


Na losers dey debate in Nigeria grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

PassingShot:
Debates in Nigeria are useless because many times we’ve seen the winner of a debate losing woefully in elections. The reason is that 99% of voters have already made their mind on their choice. And debates are usually to sway undecided voters.


7 losers dey debate in Nigeria grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

You are just so shameless see what you are supporting ...you clearly know the senile dullard has nothing upstairs to debate but you shamelessly want him to continue for sectarian reasons.

You know the video below is the real reason why Buhari avoids debate



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1Y18fwd7Tw&feature=youtu.be

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by onez: 5:28am On Nov 23, 2018
It's very obvious Mr Buhari doesn't know the content of the fraudulent Next level document. The truth will surely come of who is actually ruling this country.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Bede2u(m): 5:29am On Nov 23, 2018
nameo:

You are shameless.

It really twites me that you guys were callinv yourselves "progressives" previously.

lol...i really fell for passingshot and ngeneukwenu that year...calling them my fellow progressives. Liking all their insults on gej then...without realising the demons they are.

So sad. Pmb failed but sadly removing him will be hard because i now realise that gej wasnt really removed because of incompetence but because of tribalism

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Nobody: 5:29am On Nov 23, 2018
FarahAideed:



You are just so shameless see what you are supporting ...you clearly know the senile dullard has nothing upstairs to debate but you shamelessly want him to continue for sectarian reasons.

You know the video below is the real reason why Buhari avoids debate



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1Y18fwd7Tw&feature=youtu.be

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH....look at the man Nigerians elected to lead them to compete with UK,USA and Germany. No wonder we are the poverty capital of the world and a world class shithhole.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Nature8(m): 5:31am On Nov 23, 2018
Buhari must decide oo! Its not a must that he'll speak English, he can use hausa language and somebody will translate it for Nigerians in English.. Enough of all that not attending debate stuffs undecided

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by FarahAideed: 5:34am On Nov 23, 2018
dutchbruv:

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH....look at the man Nigerians elected to lead them and compete with UK,USA and Germany. No wonder we are the poverty capital of the world and a world class shithhole.

Bro it's really sad that some selfish people want this confused senile man to lead us for another four years

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by seanfer: 5:38am On Nov 23, 2018
Only GEJ participated in a debate under PDP in 2015... Even in 2011 GEJ was absent.... So why are People making it look like Buhari is going to be the first Person tiny to Participate in the Debate.... This is why it’s not good to support something that’s not good from the beginning because it will be used as Precedence...

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by KingKingKing: 5:39am On Nov 23, 2018
Whether e debate or not, Buhari go win!

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by FarahAideed: 5:45am On Nov 23, 2018
seanfer:
Only GEJ participated in a debate under PDP in 2015... Even in 2011 GEJ was absent.... So why are People making it look like Buhari is going to be the first Person tiny to Participate in the Debate.... This is why it’s not good to support something that’s not good from the beginning because it will be used as Precedence...

Shut up after all Nigerians have been through dont you think the deserve all the candidates to debate so we can see how sound they are?

Can you allow this man below take care of your toddler for 6 hours ? Talk true?

PassingShot:
Debates in Nigeria are useless because many times we’ve seen the winner of a debate losing woefully in elections. The reason is that 99% of voters have already made their mind on their choice. And debates are usually to sway undecided voters.


7 losers dey debate in Nigeria grin

Since 1999, all the presidents we’ve produced never participated in the presidential debate prior to the election that made them president.

Obasanjo refused to debate with Falae
Yar’Adua didn’t debate with Buhari
Jonathan refused to debate PMB
PMB refused to debate Jonathan

So, if he refuses to debate, you have the choice to keep your votes to yourself or give to someone else.

Buhari’s achievements speak for him already.

You are just so shameless see what you are supporting ...you clearly know the senile dullard has nothing upstairs to debate but you shamelessly want him to continue for sectarian reasons.

You know the video below is the real reason why Buhari avoids debate



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1Y18fwd7Tw&feature=youtu.be

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by RussianKGB: 5:45am On Nov 23, 2018
It's a shame that the dual recessionist and lifeless one will once again prove his cluelessness and lack of cognitive abilities by tactically dodging this important presidential debate coming up. This should have been the best opportunity for the dullard to click with the populace but unfortunately the airhead will avoid this debate at all cost as usual.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by CharleyBright(m): 5:53am On Nov 23, 2018
Decide ke?
Does he have mind to decide?

Buhari will only attend Presidential Debate if the Option of " Phone a friend" and "50/50" are introduced in the debate?

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by cenaman(m): 5:55am On Nov 23, 2018
debate or no debate sai baba till 2023, haters third mainland bridge and the lagoon is still as it is the previous time some people do the needful there, you can join the train.

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Nobody: 5:59am On Nov 23, 2018
Metuh:


The lifeless one is dodging the debate cos his head is empty.


What will he even talk about at the debate? Pighting of kwaruption?
Insecurity of lives?
Nepotism?
His non regards for court orders?


Only those who are paid 30k as BMC are the ones still supporting that bag of bones.
100

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by Nobody: 6:03am On Nov 23, 2018
RussianKGB:
It's a shame that the dual recessionist and lifeless one will once again prove his cluelessness and lack of cognitive abilities by tactically dodging this important presidential debate coming up. This should have been the best opportunity for the dullard to click with the populace but unfortunately the airhead will avoid this debate at all cost as usual.
lmao

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Re: Buhari Undecided, Atiku, Duke Ready For Presidential Debate Jan 19 by WhyMoD: 6:36am On Nov 23, 2018
#Buhari must debate.
Let the hashtag trend.

Sorry sir but no hiding place this time.
Fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.

We no go gree oh we no go gree!!!

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