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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by ThatIgboBoy: 11:51am On Feb 16
anjigirl:
Igbo boy leave me alone
am not holding u oo
if I do, u go born ejima
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by maoolakanm(m): 11:54am On Feb 16
Immediately I saw the name of the author I knew it will be the same trash from a child of rebellion. GEJ your hero was not a tyrant when he actively tried to buy people's conscience in 2015.
We can't go back to years of looting. Atiku will never rule Nigeria.

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Bobbysteps: 12:13pm On Feb 16
GoTV:
sad We Christians are solidly behind president Buhari.
Gbam

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by gare(f): 12:15pm On Feb 16
chloride6:
PDP will never cease to amaze me...

An Independent Commission postponed elections to the dismay of both sides and all you are shouting is Buhari Buhari....

You didnt shout Buhari when the same INEC banned APC from presenting candidates in Rivers. Tall about Double standards..

This postponement is to PDP's favour because as it stands PDP is set to lose massively..

Even your paid for report shows that...

But we shall not relent, saving this country from kpletomaniacs is a job that must be done...



I don't know why you guys can't just this Rivers issues, point of correction INEC didn't banned Rivers APC it was the court that stopped them from presenting any candidates for the election due to fake ward Congress. Which was done out of greed for Power, it has nothing to do with INEC or PDP, but everything to do with APC foolishness

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by asanwafo: 12:16pm On Feb 16
As if those things he mentioned are new to us. Igbos telling all sort of lies to become relevant. The killings that ravaged plateau state when Dariye was in power that even made OBJ to declare state of emergency in the state was done by Buhari and APC. The Odi killings was done by Buhari. The killings that took the life of a senator in Plateau was Buhari's making. In Benue the Agatu killings was by Buhari. The clash of the army and Shiite Muslims which saw the death of Elzazaky's son during GEJ that brought about the clash bw the army and shiite muslems was done by Buhari. The killings of the only governor southern kaduna has(Patrick Yakowa) produced in recent times just to ensure that power went back to Muslims in Kaduna was done by Buhari and APC. To mention but a few. My happiness is that despite the fact that the southeast and south south states did not vote for PMB, he still went ahead to win. The Hausas are not on the social media but they know who to vote for and why. PDP supporters want PMB to magically correct the wrongs done in 16 years within 4yrs. Today the PDP are wailing about to any ear that cares to listen calling on international community over rigging. Throughout their 16years in power, did they ever conduct free, fair and credible elections? In 2015, they lost because GEJ failed to stick to the zoning arrangement of the party and the northern governors of his party deserted him. If not Who was Buhari to win. In that election everyone including the international community saw what happened in River State. Despite the international community's condemnation of the elections there, is the beneficiaries not in government now sermonaizing on credible elections? My people the killings are not Buhari's making if has always been there. Even if Atiku comes in it will still continue the animosity has been created. Recession was because general fall in oil price globally and the fact that we did not save when we were supposed to. Even if he PMB leaves he will be the only president of Nigeria without a bungalow in his name after 4year in offfice and I know he will win despite the noise on the social media. The people who vote are not there

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Joniboi(m): 12:17pm On Feb 16
jchioma:
BREAKING REASON!!!!

INEC 'OSUN TEMPLATE ' BUSTED BY THE US

Nigerians should be grateful to the United States for saving our democracy today. This is why the party in power got frustrated about the international communities interference at one point and threatened “body bags” because they know, “America would know”.

We are a sovereign state, agreed, but there was nothing Nigerians would have done tonight to prevent Mohammadu Buhari from rigging this election if not for the intervention of the US.

The Buhari government in collaboration with INEC had an agenda on how to rig the election in favor of Buhari. This was what they were planning to execute tonight with the postponement drama when the United States govt got a wind of it and called the INEC Chairman not to dare!

Their Plan...

The strategy was to allow elections hold in 26 states and postpone it in 10 states. For the ten states, they had two plans; late arrival of election materials and security crisis.

The idea was to deliberately allow materials arrive late as we are already witnessing in some states and INEC would have no option but to postpone elections in those states. For instance, the aircraft that was supposed to deliver materials to Enugu was told it can't land because of bad weather conditions and it had to land in Port Harcourt. Right before us, elections in Enugu would have been postponed.

The crisis template was executed in Kaduna today. The news of Kaduna State killings of 66 people today was part of the plan to create an atmosphere of catastrophic so that INEC would postpone the election in Kaduna State citing security challenges. The news of the killings was fabricated and sponsored by the 3 inches 'body bag' Governor of that state.

For the 26 states that election would have held, the plan was to watch out for the outcome. If it favours Atiku, whatever the margin is, they would deploy heavy security agents to ensure they get enough votes to cover up the margin in the 10 states that elections were to be postponed as they did in Osun state.

With this plan, Buhari would be elected back as president… but the US said, NO!! Elections across the 36 states must hold simultaneously, they insist.

N-Credit:
Ubeku M.
God bless your generation...spot on!

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Lerumo: 12:22pm On Feb 16
Some people are so full of hatred for Buhari they blame even their personal and life problems on him.

Though it comes as no surprise, one wonders why people will even think of voting for a party that had nothing to show after 16years in power.

A right thinking people would have opted for a totally different option if the current one was not acceptable. Choosing PDP for me is like going back to a vomit.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by fortune1968: 12:23pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


The postponement of the 2019 election came as a shock to Nigerians who had already made up their minds to vote out incompetence, nepotism, killings and poverty. However, one cannot take power from tyrants without being bruised. This is part of the bruise that Nigerians need to sustain for a better Nigeria. A lot of Nigerians had fixed sensitive activities for 23rd February, like their weddings. Will they now shift it? A lot of Nigerians had borrowed money to stock up food and fuel supplies for this election, and a lot of people have spent billions traveling across the country to go and cast their votes against bad governance, recession, poverty and incompetence.

In fighting dictatorship, there is no way one will have an easy ride. Buhari had already, through his secret agencies, conducted objective assessments of the election, and was already sure of losing until now. Are Nigerians fazed? Never! Why would Nigerians be fazed when too much is at stake? Do you know that in the next killing spree, your family could be next in the list of people to be killed? Do you know that you might be the next in line to lose your job or have your business fold up in the next round of recession coming to Nigerians? Do you know your husband could be the next person to be locked up against court orders? Do you know that your sons could be killed trying to defend this great nation against Boko Haram and banditry?

A lot is at stake and the voters know this. They know that there is no sacrifice too big for a better Nigeria. Destiny can be delayed but cannot be denied. There is a resolve around the country more than ever. And that resolve goes beyond religion or tribe. That resolve is an unwritten agreement that Never Again shall we have a government without value for human lives. Never again shall we have a government with so much affinity to poverty. Never again shall we have a government so corrupt and never again shall we have a government so incompetent that in the last one month, additional 3m Nigerians have become poorer.
Noise making .There is no way Atiku can win .Election is not bad belle
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by aibinuomooluk: 12:44pm On Feb 16
Anytime they are ready for the election, we are ready too.

Buhari is a goner!

Nothing will save him.

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by OWOABASIUDY: 12:45pm On Feb 16
Very unfortunate

chloride6:
PDP will never cease to amaze me...

An Independent Commission postponed elections to the dismay of both sides and all you are shouting is Buhari Buhari....

You didnt shout Buhari when the same INEC banned APC from presenting candidates in Rivers. Tall about Double standards..

This postponement is to PDP's favour because as it stands PDP is set to lose massively..

Even your paid for report shows that...

But we shall not relent, saving this country from kpletomaniacs is a job that must be done...


Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by 6tuz2468(m): 1:07pm On Feb 16
GoTV:
sad We Christians are solidly behind president Buhari.
. U and who? Thunder fire ur head there
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by wise0ne: 1:08pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


The postponement of the 2019 election came as a shock to Nigerians who had already made up their minds to vote out incompetence, nepotism, killings and poverty. However, one cannot take power from tyrants without being bruised. This is part of the bruise that Nigerians need to sustain for a better Nigeria. A lot of Nigerians had fixed sensitive activities for 23rd February, like their weddings. Will they now shift it? A lot of Nigerians had borrowed money to stock up food and fuel supplies for this election, and a lot of people have spent billions traveling across the country to go and cast their votes against bad governance, recession, poverty and incompetence.

In fighting dictatorship, there is no way one will have an easy ride. Buhari had already, through his secret agencies, conducted objective assessments of the election, and was already sure of losing until now. Are Nigerians fazed? Never! Why would Nigerians be fazed when too much is at stake? Do you know that in the next killing spree, your family could be next in the list of people to be killed? Do you know that you might be the next in line to lose your job or have your business fold up in the next round of recession coming to Nigerians? Do you know your husband could be the next person to be locked up against court orders? Do you know that your sons could be killed trying to defend this great nation against Boko Haram and banditry?

A lot is at stake and the voters know this. They know that there is no sacrifice too big for a better Nigeria. Destiny can be delayed but cannot be denied. There is a resolve around the country more than ever. And that resolve goes beyond religion or tribe. That resolve is an unwritten agreement that Never Again shall we have a government without value for human lives. Never again shall we have a government with so much affinity to poverty. Never again shall we have a government so corrupt and never again shall we have a government so incompetent that in the last one month, additional 3m Nigerians have become poorer.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by IYANGBALI: 1:10pm On Feb 16
PLEASE OOO..WHY AM I THE ONLY PERSON WAITING AT MY POLLING UNIT?���
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by shugamummy: 1:16pm On Feb 16
You are such a huge disgrace to APC, whose fault is it that APC could not organise simple primaries before the deadline and they have to resort to court. What evidence do you have that shows PDP was set to lose massively. You are just an online nuisance. Would you just shut the Bleep off and consider that election was cancelled by 3am on the day of election. So 7days is enough to handle logistics and 4yrs could not? Please drop your shits to the zombies around you and stop disgracing yourself on the cyberspace


chloride6:
PDP will never cease to amaze me...

An Independent Commission postponed elections to the dismay of both sides and all you are shouting is Buhari Buhari....

You didnt shout Buhari when the same INEC banned APC from presenting candidates in Rivers. Tall about Double standards..

This postponement is to PDP's favour because as it stands PDP is set to lose massively..

Even your paid for report shows that...

But we shall not relent, saving this country from kpletomaniacs is a job that must be done...


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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by shugamummy: 1:21pm On Feb 16
To you you have just made sense. So Buhari is holier than thou and that's why he is contesting. We are tired of being killed and raped by machinations of this administration. We are voting those who understand economic terms and numbers and how to make decisions that can improve our lives. Please remain with Buhari of ages who still wants to run the helm of affairs in this 21st century

Lerumo:
Some people are so full of hatred for Buhari they blame even their personal and life problems on him.

Though it comes as no surprise, one wonders why people will even think of voting for a party that had nothing to show after 16years in power.

A right thinking people would have opted for a totally different option if the current one was not acceptable. Choosing PDP for me is like going back to a vomit.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Nsimaimeh: 1:24pm On Feb 16
We dont need thieves to rule this country again. Like it or not Buhari will still become the president of Nigeria for the next 4 years. we've gone out of Egypt we can never go back again make my word.

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Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Olatara(f): 1:27pm On Feb 16
chubbygal:
We have the USA government to thank for stopping INEC on its tract. They had plans to conduct election in only 26 states. No wonder, they put fire in some states' offices, report of killing of 66 persons in Kaduna state, diversion of Enugu state electoral materials to Port Harcourt giving adverse weather report as reason ; as if no plane landed in Enugu on Friday, missing of entire elections materials for the whole senatorial zones of Niger north and Niger east etc.Declare it inconclusive and do a rerun in 10 states after they would have known who is in the lead.copied
If you know what happened in Osun state last year, you would understand their game plan. The US warned them that election must take place in one day, hence the cancellation. Its painful though. Lets endure to ensure that we get Nigeria working again.
US govt? haha haha haha. Oh my God!
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by OnyesomJ(m): 1:43pm On Feb 16
Inec is Just Postponing Weddings and Important Occasions from Taking Place ��
*Nobody knows what next week Saturday will Born again
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by ilohvictor(m): 1:55pm On Feb 16
GoTV:
sad We Christians are solidly behind president Buhari.


I pity you...cox u lack __________
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by pricy007(m): 2:00pm On Feb 16
Tywo244:
u don vex bro they go dey put chain for our nose again
you're right bro but this country sef weak person, make God help us
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by happYFingers(m): 2:09pm On Feb 16
maoolakanm:
Immediately I saw the name of the author I knew it will be the same trash from a child of rebellion. GEJ your hero was not a tyrant when he actively tried to buy people's conscience in 2015.
We can't go back to years of looting. Atiku will never rule Nigeria.

Get ready then to relocate to Somalia, your brothers are waiting for you over there !
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by nickxtra(m): 2:16pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


The postponement of the 2019 election came as a shock to Nigerians who had already made up their minds to vote out incompetence, nepotism, killings and poverty. However, one cannot take power from tyrants without being bruised. This is part of the bruise that Nigerians need to sustain for a better Nigeria. A lot of Nigerians had fixed sensitive activities for 23rd February, like their weddings. Will they now shift it? A lot of Nigerians had borrowed money to stock up food and fuel supplies for this election, and a lot of people have spent billions traveling across the country to go and cast their votes against bad governance, recession, poverty and incompetence.

In fighting dictatorship, there is no way one will have an easy ride. Buhari had already, through his secret agencies, conducted objective assessments of the election, and was already sure of losing until now. Are Nigerians fazed? Never! Why would Nigerians be fazed when too much is at stake? Do you know that in the next killing spree, your family could be next in the list of people to be killed? Do you know that you might be the next in line to lose your job or have your business fold up in the next round of recession coming to Nigerians? Do you know your husband could be the next person to be locked up against court orders? Do you know that your sons could be killed trying to defend this great nation against Boko Haram and banditry?

A lot is at stake and the voters know this. They know that there is no sacrifice too big for a better Nigeria. Destiny can be delayed but cannot be denied. There is a resolve around the country more than ever. And that resolve goes beyond religion or tribe. That resolve is an unwritten agreement that Never Again shall we have a government without value for human lives. Never again shall we have a government with so much affinity to poverty. Never again shall we have a government so corrupt and never again shall we have a government so incompetent that in the last one month, additional 3m Nigerians have become poorer.
The postponement is a blessing in disguise for Nigeria. It's judge that the judgement day has been postponed
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by glogirlie(f): 2:16pm On Feb 16
GoTV:
sad We Christians are solidly behind president Buhari.
pls and pls speak for yourself. who are d we, is you the we
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Chykes4micheal: 2:17pm On Feb 16
There is nothing like real reason. There is no excuse. They know what they are doing
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by MrCurious: 2:25pm On Feb 16
6tuz2468:
. U and who? Thunder fire ur head there
Your statement above just proved what that peaceful fellow said. You aren't a Christian grin go an sit down somewhere.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Wordsworth33: 2:26pm On Feb 16
Hahahaha
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by MrCurious: 2:31pm On Feb 16
Nsimaimeh:
We dont need thieves to rule this country again. Like it or not Buhari will still become the president of Nigeria for the next 4 years. we've gone out of Egypt we can never go back again make my word.
Definitely.
One can easily sense from the words of every PDP supporters that they've been bought one way or the other. If not, how can one in his rightful sense choose to vote in an obvious criminal to rule his country?! A right conscious-minded person would rather vote an alternative if he's not satisfy with the current ruler than to go back to days of intrinsic devastation.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by seunmsg(m): 2:43pm On Feb 16
And a moderator pushed this nonsense to front page as fact! shocked shocked shocked

This is the height of fake news.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by enex200: 2:57pm On Feb 16
Between INEC and AMAKA, who disappoint pass?���
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by Mizwisdom(f): 3:01pm On Feb 16
pricy007:
and those who are traveling over there looking for greener pasture aren't them living under them?


Yes they are but the country can't be recolonized so your option is to go there instead
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by TruthinAction: 3:11pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


The postponement of the 2019 election came as a shock to Nigerians who had already made up their minds to vote out incompetence, nepotism, killings and poverty. However, one cannot take power from tyrants without being bruised. This is part of the bruise that Nigerians need to sustain for a better Nigeria. A lot of Nigerians had fixed sensitive activities for 23rd February, like their weddings. Will they now shift it? A lot of Nigerians had borrowed money to stock up food and fuel supplies for this election, and a lot of people have spent billions traveling across the country to go and cast their votes against bad governance, recession, poverty and incompetence.

In fighting dictatorship, there is no way one will have an easy ride. Buhari had already, through his secret agencies, conducted objective assessments of the election, and was already sure of losing until now. Are Nigerians fazed? Never! Why would Nigerians be fazed when too much is at stake? Do you know that in the next killing spree, your family could be next in the list of people to be killed? Do you know that you might be the next in line to lose your job or have your business fold up in the next round of recession coming to Nigerians? Do you know your husband could be the next person to be locked up against court orders? Do you know that your sons could be killed trying to defend this great nation against Boko Haram and banditry?

A lot is at stake and the voters know this. They know that there is no sacrifice too big for a better Nigeria. Destiny can be delayed but cannot be denied. There is a resolve around the country more than ever. And that resolve goes beyond religion or tribe. That resolve is an unwritten agreement that Never Again shall we have a government without value for human lives. Never again shall we have a government with so much affinity to poverty. Never again shall we have a government so corrupt and never again shall we have a government so incompetent that in the last one month, additional 3m Nigerians have become poorer.

Good points but the information I received, it was the influence of international observer that led to the postponement.

The plan of this government was to hold the election in about 26 states and conduct the other remaining states which will be carefully selected for rigging purpose. The result released from the 26 states where they may not be able to rig will help them work out the figures in the remaining states which they planned to rig. The international observer insisted that all the elections must hold simultaneously. Hence the postponement. This makes more sense to me.
Re: The Real Reason Behind Inec’s Postponement Of The Election By Nonso Ozoemena by pricy007(m): 3:16pm On Feb 16
Mizwisdom:



Yes they are but the country can't be recolonized so your option is to go there instead
lol

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