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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by KillTheZombies: 11:57am On Feb 15, 2019
Trouble1:


You’re saying nonsense

He is saying nonsense because to cantankerous zombies common sense is nonsense. grin
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by demandtruth: 11:57am On Feb 15, 2019
they don't have PVC

irrelevant people

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by sureheaven(m): 11:58am On Feb 15, 2019
Gibberish.....
Hogwash.....
Propaganda....
Lies.......
Nonsense....
Self deceit and delusional of the highest order. shocked

Which Nigerians in UK are they talking about, OP should have said ipobs and developers in UK support athiefku. shocked

All my families in UK and US are supporting Buhari/Osinbajo infact many prefers sowore.

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by crafteck(m): 11:58am On Feb 15, 2019
Do they have PVC.. Lol

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by yesicandoalltin: 11:58am On Feb 15, 2019
Nice move ...
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by AtikuMeansJobs: 11:59am On Feb 15, 2019
ClearFlair:


You’re looking for were to steal. Better go and sit your ass down somewhere. It is Buhari till 2023.


ATIKUOBI FOREVER....





UP PDP.....
SAY NO TO APC!
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by diadem10: 11:59am On Feb 15, 2019
YorubaAssasin:


OK, I hear you.

But, how come Buhari and his family had to receive treatment in foreign hospitals with the money meant for you and I and, at our expense while we both can't afford to?

How come Atiku owns several homes abroad at our expense while you and I struggle to pay rents here in Nigeria?

Yet, you're here chanting for some rogue that doesn't understand your plights or struggles.

Because Patience Jonathan didn't go to Germany to get treatment also? Yeye.
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Donpeak: 11:59am On Feb 15, 2019
Trust Atiku at your own peril.

Vote Sowore 2019...The digital president we want
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by frowland(m): 12:00pm On Feb 15, 2019
Beress:
God bless the incoming President of Nigeria

Atiku Abubakar

May allah bless not God. Bismilahi.
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Donpeak: 12:00pm On Feb 15, 2019
Trust Atiku at your own peril.

Vote Sowore 2019...The digital president we want

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by MicroBox: 12:01pm On Feb 15, 2019
Why Saraki was bent on his knees to see Credible/Intelligence Magu removed..?
Saraki no get shame atall..
Curruptician

Why Atiku keep insisting on privatisation..?
#Curruptician

Why Obasanjo suddenly clear Atiku of all wrong doing as Vice president..?
#Curruptician

Why Buba Galidima Articulate....?
#Curruptician

Why Jonathan is so silent...?
#Curruptician

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by prekumohtim(m): 12:01pm On Feb 15, 2019
Beress:
Iyobosa Uwugiaren in Abuja

Nigerians in the United Kingdom said yesterday that they are solidly behind the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, because he represents a new generation of leadership necessary to take the country out of poverty and backwardness.

The Coordinator of Atiku Campaign Organisation in the UK, Dr. Tony Chidi, in a statement yesterday said its members were already in Nigeria to mobilise their unflinching support for Atiku, saying there was no reason to compare Atiku to President Muhammadu Buhari, who he said had failed in the last four years to make any meaningful impact on any aspect of the nation’s economy.

The group rated the former vice president high on many key areas of leadership and asked Nigerians to give massive support to him on Saturday.

“Atiku has demonstrated great capacity, capability and ability in both public and private life far above all who are contesting to be president of Nigeria in 2019. Having been there for eight fruitful years, he understands the system better than the incumbent who has demonstrated gross incompetency and all others who currently aspire to the presidency.

‘’As vice president the economy and other substructures were under his watch and they all performed excellently. Nigerians can attest to the fact that Turaki is highly detribalised and would as it was, offer equal opportunities to Nigerians, irrespective of tribe, religion, culture or political leanings unlike Buhari who is so clannish and myopic. Above all, Atiku is a quintessential democrat whose belief in the Rule of Law and resilience in 2nd last tenure as vice president stabilised our democracy’’, the UK group stated.

The group added that whereas Atiku can be said to possess the essential qualities that can promote peace, mutual understanding and coexistence, harmony and progress of the nation the same cannot be said of Buhari “who has almost succeeded in tearing Nigeria apart from his unguarded utterances and actions that betray his morbid contempt or outright hatred for ethnic groups and religions.”

The group added, “The PDP presidential candidate is a core civilian whereas and possesses sound education and wide exposure in different spheres of life while his rival, Buhari is a core combatant soldier who has not been able to adapt himself to civilian lifestyle nearly four decades after retiring from the army with only school certificate as his highest certificate.

“We also note with satisfaction that Atiku is vibrant and creative while it is evident that Buhari leads a dull, boring life deficient in personal initiatives and development. A successful technocrat and entrepreneur, Turaki’s track records in public service and business stands him out as one whose abilities in bringing back Nigeria’s glory are not doubtful, having succeeded in creating wealth and employment.

“Overall, we wish to draw attention to the fact that Nigeria is a very complex nation and anyone who intends to succeed in the apex position of leadership such as the presidency of the country must blend into these complexities, build cohesion among the component nationalities, religious socio-political leanings and be seen to not clearly pandering to ethnic and religious whims and sentiments.’’

The group urged Nigerians to back Atiku because as a liberal democrat, he is also poised to decentralize the economy and encourage devolution of power which would hinge on restructuring and fiscal federalism.


https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2019/02/14/presidential-election-nigerians-in-uk-back-atiku/?amp

Your supports to Atiku is nothing to us, till you come to Nigeria and cast your vote for him. Don't tell me you are supporting him in UK . Who your support epp? ?

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by nicolasakins(m): 12:03pm On Feb 15, 2019
Tomorrow election is more dan just showing support online. how many of them in the UK are gonna vote here in nigeria. every single vote will count.
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by eneyoduke(m): 12:03pm On Feb 15, 2019
For my papa no be Atiku or Buhari but we go there okay ooo,
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Last355(m): 12:07pm On Feb 15, 2019
This is a campaign! Seun beware of breaking election rules!!
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Okoroawusa: 12:08pm On Feb 15, 2019
Nigerians in UK led by the Atiku's boy in London Dr Tony Chidi...


Taaa!...gbafusienu ebea!

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by hardbody: 12:09pm On Feb 15, 2019
YorubaAssasin:


OK, I hear you.

But, how come Buhari and his family had to receive treatment in foreign hospitals with the money meant for you and I and, at our expense while we both can't afford to?

How come Atiku owns several homes abroad at our expense while you and I struggle to pay rents here in Nigeria?

Yet, you're here chanting for some rogue that doesn't understand your plights or struggles.

My exact views. Nigerians are their own enemies.
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Nobody: 12:10pm On Feb 15, 2019
Stand up get up fight for your right

Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Trouble1: 12:10pm On Feb 15, 2019
KillTheZombies:


He is saying nonsense because to cantankerous zombies common sense is nonsense. grin
We’re talking reality . You’re talking common sense.
How do they correlate?
You will commit suicide on Monday

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by lanrock(m): 12:10pm On Feb 15, 2019
Mislead headline. Correct headline should be ibos in UK back Atiku

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Thojan(m): 12:21pm On Feb 15, 2019
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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Akolawole(m): 12:23pm On Feb 15, 2019
lanrock:
Mislead headline. Correct headline should be ibos in UK back Atiku

Abi o.

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by omoiyalayi(m): 12:24pm On Feb 15, 2019
Of what benefit is their support When they won't be voting ?

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Sheggy13(m): 12:27pm On Feb 15, 2019
One doesn't even need to read the article to know the leader of such a group will be an Igbo person, and would be an Igbo dominated group.

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by ogunsj: 12:40pm On Feb 15, 2019
which Nigerians? say Igbos in the UK.

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Freighthost: 12:43pm On Feb 15, 2019
Frm online poll so far....atiti atiti is winning
Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by arsenal33: 12:49pm On Feb 15, 2019
IPOB Nigerians in UK you mean?

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by Raph82(m): 12:54pm On Feb 15, 2019
I begin to wonder if these Nigerians in diaspora know the reality on ground here. Majority of atiku's supporters are not even eligible to vote, as many have not been able to claim their cards. Imagine katsina with over 3 million voters, with 98% collection already. I smile like a chinese grin

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Re: Presidential Election: Nigerians In UK Back Atiku by IloveToMess: 1:14pm On Feb 15, 2019
Has anyone noticed the only two sentences APC zombies always drop here and there like fowl poo is, "your votes are irrelevant" and "your eyes go clear after the election". grin grin grin

These people have not wasted any opportunity to tell us how irrelevant our votes are yet their body language tell us the opposite, cos the way they jump on threads that support Atiku shows they are afraid of us and not the other way round. And so after my keen observation I make my submission as thus.

Since it is the last days for APC and just like the devil they will kick they will bite they will manufacture documents, doctor tapes ,videos and so on just to get our sympathy, but do not be dismayed, the killings in Benue will and must cease after February 16, we shall remove the same man who his own wife told us is no longer in charge of his Government, a man who's wife revealed to us that only two men hijacked his Government, and urged the youths to rise up in a revolution, that man is who we are sending back to Daura to rest in peace.

A vote for Atiku is a show of strength in our power to defeat evil, to kick out incompetence anytime we want, and to prove to them that the actual power belongs to us.

God bless Waziri Atiku Abubakar on his victory
God bless our 'China' man Okwute Peter Obi.
God bless the PDP
God bless Nigeria...

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