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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by helinues: 9:10am On Feb 11
RTSC:

Not as brazen as the north. Child voters and foreigners with pvc.

You would be hard pressed to see a child voter in the south east or south south.

Small or big, they both rigged in 2015.

2019, under age voters will be checked/monitored in the north while SE/SS will be monitored for massive rigging as usual.

It is still a win win for Buhari

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by CharleyBright(m): 9:14am On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.

You are very correct.
But let me add this:
1. In those previous elections, except against Yaradua Buhari was contesting against Southern 'Christians and he most likely got massive support of Muslim Northerners. Now he is contesting against a Muslim Northerner who will split his votes in the North.
2. Kano is very Key stronghold that Buhari is counting on. The Kwankwanso factorcombined with Atiku will decimate Buhari vote in Kano.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by NkayStory(f): 9:14am On Feb 11
helinues:
Lol.. As if Incumbent GEJ didn't get more than that crowds in 2015


You are certainly not laughing,but that is by the way

Without the massive rigging you and your fraudulent Party called APC is banking on desperately,buhari/APC will be decimated and relegated to the ashes of history on saturday...That is the honest.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by NkayStory(f): 9:17am On Feb 11
QuotaSystem:
If it were to be by crowd size Jonathan wouldn't have been defeated in Kano cool. In fact it will be a huge accomplishment if Atiku can get up to Jonas northern votes in 2015 when he had Federal might. Honestly.

Abi were votes not split then? Did Jonathan not lose despite getting over 40% of northern votes? Haha cheesy

At this point it's better to allow the wailers wallow in their delusion of Atiku splitting northern votes to win cool

The higher they go, the harder the fall wink


Epistle of pain and worry...No need for that cos your massive rigging has you "covered".

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Kennydoc(m): 9:18am On Feb 11
QuotaSystem:
If it were to be by crowd size Jonathan wouldn't have been defeated in Kano cool. In fact it will be a huge accomplishment if Atiku can get up to Jonas northern votes in 2015 when he had Federal might. Honestly.

Abi were votes not split then? Did Jonathan not lose despite getting over 40% of northern votes? Haha cheesy

At this point it's better to allow the wailers wallow in their delusion of Atiku splitting northern votes to win cool

The higher they go, the harder the fall wink

Did Jonathan pull more crowd in Kano than Buhari in 2015? If your answer is yes, then you're the biggest liar on Nairaland.

Your god, Buhari is going. Get that into your head. Even as a sitting president, he couldn't even pull half of the crowd Atiku pulled, and you're here talking rubbish.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by helinues: 9:19am On Feb 11
NkayStory:



You are certainly not laughing,but that is by the way

Without the massive rigging you and your fraudulent Party called APC is banking on desperately,buhari/APC will be decimated and relegated to the ashes of history on saturday...That is the honest.


Let me also remind you, this is not 2015, no writing of figures in both SE and SS.

Still a win win

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by TEYA: 9:20am On Feb 11
dante0147:


If Jonathan had rigged that election buhari won’t be in power today ... Of which I am sure Buhari would rig this election... I bet wherever Jonathan is he would be hitting his fingers very hard because he never used the full length of his powers like buhari
You mean wherever Jonathan is he will be regretting being a dunce? grin grin lol Bubu will win the election and this time next week, you guys will be wailing as usual.
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by CoolAmbience(m): 9:21am On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.



What an analysis? Mtcheww.

Aren't the margins in excess of 10million supposed to emphasise PDP's rigging of past elections.

You are just went on yapping coalition....coalition....coalition. What's your point exactly?
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by NkayStory(f): 9:21am On Feb 11
Firefire:


grin


I love your laughter because its clear the dude is saturated with hopelessness and frustration.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Princedapace(m): 9:27am On Feb 11
helinues:


And election in both SE and SS wasn't rigged massively in favour of GEJ?

According to the news research that was publicly published online, including nairaland. Buhari got about 70% of his total vote from manual voting.. About 80% of the states where the massive manual voting took place was in the north and Buhari's strongholds. There is very low usage of the manual voting in the east and south south.

It was in that manual voting that the rigging took place. Na corps members and security operative were used in the process. What was done was that some people used their thumb print to allocate the voting. Imagine a man whose 70% of the votes he got came from manual thumb printing..

GEJ could av challenged that result if he wanted to but na calm man. Buhari I know will not accept such result. My fear now is that both atiku and Buhari are stubborn people. If Buhari use the method he used against GEJ, mehn, wahala go dey becus Atiku will not accept it.. Lie lie.. Atiku is not GEJ. If Atiku use the same method Buhari used last election, Buhari will not accept it too. May these men don't push us all into chaos.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by emmykk(m): 9:28am On Feb 11
QuotaSystem:


So PDP didn't rig there? Issokay grin



No
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Innocent229(m): 9:34am On Feb 11
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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Iamzik: 9:35am On Feb 11
TEYA:

Lame analysis. You failed to realise that in 2015, Buhari defeated an incumbent president who had the machinery of state and rigged the election silly but still lost.

Jonathan showed himself a better man.

Had he used security forces at his disposal, Buhari will not be president. The wise man said his political ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.

We cant say the same about the recessionist.

I don't see buhari calling to concede even if he looses. Atiku is also not an easy meat. Fingers crossed...
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by j1mmy: 9:35am On Feb 11
If you want to stop Buhari block rigging.
Nigerian voters dont win elections, rigging does!
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Butoneday2(m): 9:37am On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.
That shows buhari is a failure and incompetent fellow.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by jaymichael(m): 9:39am On Feb 11
TEYA:

Lame analysis. You failed to realise that in 2015, Buhari defeated an incumbent president who had the machinery of state and rigged the election silly but still lost.
Don't mind the Firefire guys. He has his regular customers chiefly among those hate filled, products of baby-factory outcasts.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Nwadiuto247: 9:45am On Feb 11
TEYA:

Lame analysis. You failed to realise that in 2015, Buhari defeated an incumbent president who had the machinery of state and rigged the election silly but still lost.

And you forgot to know that in 2015 people were allready tired of GEJ and they voted for Buhari whom they thought was a miracle worker and Messiah.

The last three years of Buhari in power has shown that Buhari is not the Messiah afterall and as such many people are disappointed in his performance.

If you think Buhari still has that population of 2015 after all the incompetencies he has shown then you are deceiving yourself.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by TEYA: 9:59am On Feb 11
Iamzik:


Jonathan showed himself a better man.

Had he used security forces at his disposal, Buhari will not be president. The wise man said his political ambition is not worth the blood of any Nigerian.

We cant say the same about the recessionist.

I don't see buhari calling to concede even if he looses. Atiku is also not an easy meat. Fingers crossed...
Had he used security forces, he'd be on exile by now just like Yaya Jameh.
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by JeffreyKinkade: 10:05am On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.


You need to highlight 2007 for them. When he was contesting against a fellow northerner.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by hush15: 10:16am On Feb 11
TEYA:

Lame analysis. You failed to realise that in 2015, Buhari defeated an incumbent president who had the machinery of state and rigged the election silly but still lost.

What you failed to also consider is that his northern votes weren't divided....

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by emmy2244: 10:22am On Feb 11
never again will Nigeria elect an incapacitated president to lead this great nation, By God's grace so shall it be can I hear some body Amen
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Ubdavis(m): 10:26am On Feb 11
It's not all about multitudinous crowd coming out to vote. Are they eligible and willing to vote?
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Pecca: 10:43am On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.
Zone-B's won't like this one bit.

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Tapout(m): 11:06am On Feb 11
1StopRudeness:


Oga u need to get this clear...[b]buhari was a never a choice, Nigerians made that clear 3 different times...but when the we got tired of Jonathan, buhari became a means to push out jej...and he blew that offer woefully...a rat would have won that 2015 election against Jonathan.....it's sad that what we have on the other end is a thief like Atiku....but history is about to replay itself again nevertheless.....[/b]

exactly!!! I don't know why some people are yet to understand this.
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by oruma19: 11:08am On Feb 11
Islie:
Atiku, make sure u don't repay kwakwanso, Saraki and all these heavyweights that have worked for ur success with evil. Fulfil ur promise to them. Simple!


Massive crowds at Bauchi, Jigawa, Katsina, Kaduna show PDP candidate has altered equation







https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2019/02/11/atikus-kano-rally-throws-open-buharis-northern-strongholds/amp/



Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by KillTheZombies: 1:32pm On Feb 11
Firefire:
Good bye to Mohomodu Buhary.


A good man with bad intentions...

Good man ke? U sure say you sabi wetin u dey yarn?
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by harwokunle1236(m): 1:32pm On Feb 11
Buhari go loose dis election as de case may be .
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Slynation(m): 1:38pm On Feb 11
Firefire:
Trend analysis shows it is likely to take a massive rigging with collaboration with FGN security apparatus for Buhari to win. If the election is free, fair and credible, that feat will be difficult to achieve.

Here is why:

FACTCHECK: When the Buhari's image was intact without coalition, the largest votes he got couldn't make him President, until a coalition of forces and interests along with the masses made it happen in 2014/2015.

Today, due to inability of Buhari to show that he is competent to pilot the affair of this nation, 60% of the coalition that brought him to power had collapsed and they have left him.

DATELINE:

In 2003
Obasanjo: 24,456,140
Buhari: 12,710,022
MARGIN:12,746,118

2007
Yar'Adua: 24,638,063
Buhari: 6,605,299
MARGIN: 18,037,764

2011
Jonathan: 22,495,187
Buhari: 12,214,853
MARGIN: 10,280,334

2015
Buhari: 15,424,921
Jonathan: 12,853,162
MARGIN: 2,571,758

The margin of defeat had always been above 10 millions without coalition, even with coalition, the margin of winning is just 2.5 millions.

So, tell me now that the coalition had collapsed.
Exactly what the zombies refused to understand....
Only massive rigging can safe baba

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Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Slynation(m): 1:42pm On Feb 11
CoolAmbience:




What an analysis? Mtcheww.

Aren't the margins in excess of 10million supposed to emphasise PDP's rigging of past elections.

You are just went on yapping coalition....coalition....coalition. What's your point exactly?



U talk of PDP rigging in the past 16yrs....
Is there any party/candidate that can challenge PDP back then...

if not for the coalition of those minority parties, PDP would still be in power by now
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by kellzkaycee: 2:58pm On Feb 11
QuotaSystem:
If it were to be by crowd size Jonathan wouldn't have been defeated in Kano cool. In fact it will be a huge accomplishment if Atiku can get up to Jonas northern votes in 2015 when he had Federal might. Honestly.

Abi were votes not split then? Did Jonathan not lose despite getting over 40% of northern votes? Haha cheesy

At this point it's better to allow the wailers wallow in their delusion of Atiku splitting northern votes to win cool

The higher they go, the harder the fall wink
The circumstances have changed.

That time Kwankwaso was against Jonathan, and used his grassroot support and Almajiri votes to deliver 2 million votes for Buhari.
Northerners as a whole felt it was their turn to rule so they rallied against a Christian minority in Jonathan. It is not the same now.
Atiku and Buhari are both muslims and fulani.
in 2015, Buhari also had the support of US, UK, Obasanjo and Retired Army generals. It is the opposite now as they are against him maybe only UK is in the balance.
Jonathan didn't even get 30% of the vote in the north west. Atiku could comfortably get 45% of North west vote and it won't be a surprise.

This is how the percentage of the votes is likely to go in this election.
NW - Buhari 55% Atiku 45%
NE - Buhari 55% Atiku 45%
NC - Atiku 60% Buhari 40%
SW - Buhari 55% Atiku 45%
SE - Atiku 80% Buhari 20%
SS - Atiku 70% Buhari 30%

Buhari could still win but I don't know why APC guys are acting all confident as if it's a minority tribe (Jonathan) they are running against. Atiku has as much chances as Buhari to win, the only thing giving Buhari an advantage is because he is the incumbent and can rig.
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by Iamzik: 4:02pm On Feb 11
TEYA:

Had he used security forces, he'd be on exile by now just like Yaya Jameh.

Very well.

I'm sure he needs this your advise more than anyone right now.

He will lose and if he fails to concede you have said exactly what will happen to him.
Re: Atiku’s Kano Rally Throws Open Buhari’s Northern Strongholds by CoolAmbience(m): 8:03pm On Feb 11
Slynation:


U talk of PDP rigging in the past 16yrs....
Is there any party/candidate that can challenge PDP back then...

if not for the coalition of those minority parties, PDP would still be in power by now


My brother winning by excess of 10million votes.... Mtcheww. You sef think am na...

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