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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by blowjob: 1:31pm On Feb 16
WHEN, DAT DRUNK FROM OTOUKE, POSTPONED HIS, NOTHING HAPPENED grin grin grin grin SO MAKE UNA CHILL AND WAIT TILL NEXT SATURDAY.



SAI BABA BUHARI, GOD BLESS AND PROTECT PMB.
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by Crane1: 1:32pm On Feb 16
Message to Nigerians

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by bluefilm: 1:33pm On Feb 16
Abeg make una retire all these marriage fixed this week, marriage fixed next weekend talk.

E don too much.

Na marriage we wan chop?

Nonsense. shocked
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by namio10: 1:33pm On Feb 16
The major implication is that Nigeria must force Buhari cabal to give up, before the CABAL causes forceful intervention and possible split up of Nigeria.
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by olioxx(m): 1:39pm On Feb 16
As I am like this ehn,
I am just nairalanding, playing game, chatting on Facebook Messenger, Whatsapping and drinking Origin.
I cannot come and kill myself.
My sympathy goes to all NYSE corper, those people whose wedding have been cancelled and to others whom it may concern.
I want to tell you all that,
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.
.
.
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The Lord is your Strength!!!

.
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I am neither Atikulated nor Buharified nor Soweregated, but I am highly visaficated(getting a visa is of HIGH priority).

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by kevwemike: 1:40pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


https://thepunditng.com/elections-postponement-the-implications-on-the-common-nigerian/
what a holy day in Nigeria no wedding no birthday no burial party and no election this is a complete resting day.
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by unity004(f): 1:42pm On Feb 16
grin so they finally postporn the elections? now watching porn
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by Bestchisom(m): 1:42pm On Feb 16
It's not funny anymore

Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by asawanathegreat(m): 1:43pm On Feb 16
Shame to bad people, all bad plans failed
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by AllenSpencer: 1:43pm On Feb 16
Atiku and Saraki's defeat postponed!

Really hurts!
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by Kealmin(m): 1:47pm On Feb 16
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by guru90: 1:47pm On Feb 16
Not funny any more....

Total Disgrace............
shame on our leaders.....

Dis country is too big for one person to control.............................
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by charlsecy: 1:49pm On Feb 16
Phumphum:
And young people serving their country mandatorily bore much of the burnt
Those guys your posted even slept inside rooms. Some slept in the cold of night in open air.
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by nickxtra(m): 1:49pm On Feb 16
olujastro:
So much financial and emotional implications for Nigerians.

I think this election postponement will likely hurt PMB's chances more than the opposition parties as Nigerians are ignorantly blaming Buhari and APC for it, instead of holding an independent INEC responsibile for failing Nigerians.
Nigerians are far more emotional than rational.
INEC is a willing tool in the hand of the Executive, which Buhari presides over

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by mycar: 1:51pm On Feb 16
Mouth Gig:
WHEN, DAT DRUNK FROM OTOUKE, POSTPONED HIS, NOTHING HAPPENED grin grin grin grin SO MAKE UNA CHILL AND WAIT TILL NEXT SATURDAY.



SAI BABA BUHARI, GOD BLESS AND PROTECT PMB.
Something happened, he was butted out cheesy

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by ORLAHOLUWA(m): 1:57pm On Feb 16
Did you know election postponed gives extension to political thugs life who are meants to ends there life today
Apase thanks God for your life if not na 6feets below today anyway nextweekend judge
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by livinbygrace: 1:58pm On Feb 16
Chikiletta:


https://thepunditng.com/elections-postponement-the-implications-on-the-common-nigerian/

See as hopeless Nigerian youth are just wasting away all because of meagre 30k?
Quote me ten years from now Nigeria Will still remain the same it not worse.

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by uuzba(m): 2:04pm On Feb 16
olioxx:
As I am like this ehn,
I am just nairalanding, playing game, chatting on Facebook Messenger, Whatsapping and drinking Origin.
I cannot come and kill myself.
My sympathy goes to all NYSE corper, those people whose wedding have been cancelled and to others whom it may concern.
I want to tell you all that,

.
.
.
.
.

The Lord is your Strength!!!

.
.
I am neither Atikulated nor Buharified nor Soweregated, but I am highly visaficated(getting a visa is of HIGH priority).

So you are running? You must be Runti!

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by olioxx(m): 2:12pm On Feb 16
uuzba:


So you are running? You must be Runti!
.
.
I need to zoom out ooo.
Nigeria is gone.!!
No country is perfect, but other countries are perfecter than Nigeria.
No country is without its pros and cons, but there are more cons than pros in Nigeria.
Infact Im tired of Nigeria seriously.

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by edoboss1234: 2:21pm On Feb 16
I am facebooking, peppersouping, instagraming, tweeting at the same time using malt to calm down calculate and find X
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by golddeejay(m): 2:22pm On Feb 16
It is hard to tell a typical Nigerian "God loves you".
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by Horus(m): 2:23pm On Feb 16

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPwsoW_xeUo

Garba Shehu reacts to postponement of Elections
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by sacx: 2:23pm On Feb 16
It's really appalling. Those that booked a hall for their events on the 23rd are finding it difficult getting a close adjourned date since subsequent dates have been booked by others. This is an affront to the sensibilities of all Nigerians. Not even an apology was offered by INEC for it.

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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by edoboss1234: 2:24pm On Feb 16
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Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by Gforce2019: 2:25pm On Feb 16
Diamonddris:
No much talk..

Just like for buhari

And share for ATIKU


make APC and it foolish buhari followers tremble


.... and make athiefku and his looting crew members liable to life imprisonment....
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by ajayiopy: 2:27pm On Feb 16
Speed - Direction = Disaster
To zoom off without knowing where you are headed is a recipe for disaster.

Direction - Speed = Frustration
To know where you should go but lack the means to get there is frustrating.

Speed + Direction = Success
Re: Elections Postponement: The Implications On The Common Nigerian by edufreshy(m): 2:52pm On Feb 16
This is the last time we will allow buhari and the cabals to let us down. Because las las daura is a must...

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