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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by KidsNEXTdoor: 6:03pm On Feb 17, 2019
raumdeuter:
We Yorubas are solidly behind Buhari and our son Osinbajo

Let others vote their son too

Is that how you understand democracy you tribalistic beings....

You think it was only Yoruba votes that made Obasanjo president?..

Buhari has failed woefully... Even the op attested to that fact...

Let the best man do the job irrespective of where he or she comes from...

Only learned fellows would understand me anyways

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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by valenu(m): 6:35pm On Feb 17, 2019
@gbolah1 , I've gone through your posts and topics and have understood that you're just this kind of person who attaches emotion to irrelevant stuffs, channelling your energy to where it's not important. You take things too personal like it's all about you. Here is a topic u created: https://www.nairaland.com/4801051/presidend-buhari-didnt-sack-abba

It shows that you are aware of what's wrong with Buhari's government. The problem with Buhari is that he never had plan on how to move this country forward. His main aim of coming into power was to fight corruption, but he's not fighting it right and I'm sure u know about this.
OK, even if he's fighting corruption the right way, is fighting corruption alone the best thing for the citizens? See how hunger is dealing with the majority of the populace. People's purchasing power has rapidly dropped just within their four years in office.
I also saw ur topic where u complained about microfinance banks taking laws in their own hands when recovering their loaned cash. Do u know ur friend would have probably paid off his debt if the economy was better than this?
Now, compare Atiku/Obi candidature with that of Buhari/Osibanjo. Take away tribe and u will see that Atiku/Obi is better in terms of growing our economy because they have been in the fields of businesses. Unlike Buhari and Osibanjo in which one had been in the military without establishing any business except their traditional cattle rearing and the other has been in the academic field which is very different from the real market.
Now that you vowed not to vote Buhari if Abba Kyari is not dismissed, why are u allowing tribal sentiment to becloud your head? As a matter of fact, Buhari cannot dismiss Aba kyari because Buhari has since lost his grip on the government. Buhari does whatever Abba Kyari directs him to do.
So, my brother, help us to discourage tribal sentiments. If Nigeria is better today, its for our own good. Everybody irrespective of the tribe would enjoy it just as everyone is crying now due to the present bad economy. Hope u listened to the leaked audio tape of Amaechi. God bless u bro
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by lastempero: 6:38pm On Feb 17, 2019
Celebrating a locomotives train in 2019 goes a long way in showing how naive Nigerians are.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by RTSC: 6:39pm On Feb 17, 2019
So the rest of us will vote against him to bring development to our regions.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by raumdeuter: 7:47pm On Feb 17, 2019
gbolah1:
Appeal to more people, so many people are frustrated because of the current economic situation, you need to enlighting them n let them see reason why they need to vote for PMB/PYO.
It's not about chest beating.
If election wasn't conducted yesterday, there are so many people that just wanted to make a protest vote in which it willnt be the best for the country in the long run.
Appeal to your friend,neighbour,co-workers etc. Not about chest beating
Win there heart with a better explanation

Are you Yoruba?

i you are they will say

Bi a ba gun iya ninu ewe bi a teba ninu epo epa, eni to ma yo, ma yo

If we pound yam into s leaf and soup in pea pod who go belleful go belleful and who will not will not

Meaning no matter how you appeal to people those who will vote you will and those who have determined in their mind not to will never vote for you

In Nigeria we have a particular tribe that is full of hatred for everyone. They have everyone. No need to appeal to them, hatred is genetic for them
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by raumdeuter: 7:48pm On Feb 17, 2019
Oshin56:
I'm not a member of any political party but any government that's not performing we need to vote them out so that the incoming government can receive sense. My brother apart from lagos-ibadan express road point another achievement in SW Ekiti, Ondo, osun and Oyo state name one of the achievement

The railway
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by raumdeuter: 7:50pm On Feb 17, 2019
Oshin56:
name the achievement you don't need to refer me to any website

olujastro:
As a firm enthusiast in the development of the country, I'll be posting a series of critical infrastructural projects with some pictures of both ongoing and completed projects across the six geopolitical zones of Nigeria, starting from the South West.

Some of the projects were inherited from previous administrations while some were initiated by this government.

Buhari Administration Projects in South West Nigeria:

1. Rehabilitation and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway: The project is now being funded by the Presidential Infrastructure Development Fund (PIDF) established by President Buhari in 2018 to fund critical infrastructure projects (ongoing)

Picture 1.

2. Rehabilitation of outstanding sections of Sagamu-Ore Expressway (ongoing)

Picture 2.

3. Construction of 158km Lagos-Ibadan Standard Gauge Rail, with 10 Stations : Apapa, Ebute Metta, Agege, Agbado, Kajola, Papalanto, Abeokuta, Olodo, Omi-Adio and Ibadan. (ongoing)

Picture 3.

4. Reconstruction of Apapa — TinCan — Mile 2 — Oshodi- Oworonshoki Expressway (commenced November 2018) . This is the first full reconstruction of the Road since it was first constructed in the 1970s. (ongoing)

5. Dualisation of Oyo-Ogbomosho road (funded by the N100 billion Sukuk Bond issued by the Federal Government in 2017) (ongoing)

6. Rehabilitation of Lagos-Otta-Abeokuta Road (ongoing)

7. Rehabilitation of Ikorodu-Sagamu Road (ongoing)

8. Construction of US$10 million Cancer Treatment Center at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) (ongoing)

9. A $21 million project funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) — will stabilize power supply to more than 200,000 people in and around Apapa in Lagos State. The contract was signed between the Japanese and Nigerian Governments in November 2018.

10. Energizing Economies Programme — Electrification of Sura Shopping Complex (1,000 shops), Shomolu Printing Community (4,000 shops), Gbagi Market, Oyo (7,872 shops), Ita-Osun Market, Ogun (2,814 shops), Nnamdi Azikiwe Market, Lagos (3,091 shops), Balogun Market, Lagos (1,662 shops), Iponri Market, Lagos (1,305 shops), UMBC, Oyo (700 shops), Isikan Market, Ondo (277 shops), Bariga Market, Lagos (390 shops), Erinwe, Ogun (1,280 fish ponds) (ongoing)

Picture 4: Completed Independent Power Plant at Sura Shopping Complex in Lagos Island.

11. Social Investment Programme: 96,000 N-Power Beneficiaries across the six States of the Southwest. School Feeding currently ongoing in 4 States of the Southwest: Oyo, Ogun, Ondo and Osun.

https://medium.com/@BuhariOsinbajo2019/buhari-administration-projects-in-south-west-nigeria-a88bb11defd6

Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by melodyogonna(m): 8:10pm On Feb 17, 2019
I still don't understand what working in the ministry has to with Naira devaluation, inflation and economic recession.

Or are you saying that the 21million people that became unemployed during buhari regime is because of ministry corruption?

you are not remotely making any sense, you must have an empty skull
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by otosa(m): 8:12pm On Feb 17, 2019
Oshin56:
I'm not a member of any political party but any government that's not performing we need to vote them out so that the incoming government can receive sense. My brother apart from lagos-ibadan express road point another achievement in SW Ekiti, Ondo, osun and Oyo state name one of the achievement
good question, I used to tell people if Yoruba national stand on her feet believe me, we will achieve this x ten. Fork federal government. Unity of this country is a fraud
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Oshin56(m): 8:15pm On Feb 17, 2019
raumdeuter:


are we the only one that benefits from N power and secondly we are having six state in west and you can only mentioned 3 the remaining three didn't need FG intervention or is it how they are doing it in North
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Omololu001: 8:45pm On Feb 17, 2019
DMerciful:
Lately threads about Yoruba tribal sentiments has been coming up frequently. Yoruba should not resort to tribal politics to reinforce failure, the Igbos voted massively for Obj a Yoruba man so if you perform well, people will vote for you! Say no to tribalism!
obj was not Yoruba's preferred candidates and you people had no choice cause the two men were Yoruba's.

The 2015 presidential election yeebos voted for GEJ even though GEJ performed below expectations.

So let Yoruba's vote whoever they want to vote.
Majority wanna vote buhari, is there choice and their right just the way majority of yeebos will be voting atiku.

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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by raumdeuter: 8:54pm On Feb 17, 2019
Oshin56:
are we the only one that benefits from N power and secondly we are having six state in west and you can only mentioned 3 the remaining three didn't need FG intervention or is it how they are doing it in North

Lagos State The construction work on the Lagos – Ibadan Railway Standard Guage Rail line with extension to the Lagos Port Complex at Apapa, Lagos. Lagos Shoreline Protection/ Rehabilitation Works Gully Erosion Works at Magodo, Lagos State Oghere Ahmed Erosion Control Works Establishment of Pilot Lagos State Briquetting Plant ICT innovation Hub Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way, Section 1, Lagos-Sagamu. Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along 3rd Mainland Bridge (Oworo Toll Gate) construction of 60-room Hostel block for Artisans and Craftsmen at Onikan.

Ogun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Abeokuta – Sango Ota Dual Carriageway

Oyo State Dualisation of Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin, Section II (OyoOgbomosho). Kudeti Flood Control Works Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ogbomosho – Dogo – Igbetti Road Construction and rehabilitation of Iseyin – Okeho Provision of Street Lights at Ogbomosho Interchange along Ibadan – Ogbomosho – Ilorin Expressway, (Phase II) Ogbomosho Ondo State Cassava processing Plant Construction of 13KV transmission line and 132/33KV Substation at Okitipupa,

Ondo. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ore – Okitipupa Road

Osun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ibadan – Ife Dual Carriageway Construction and rehabilitation of Elentere Apipontoro Road

Ekiti State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ado – Igede – Itawure – Osun State Border Road

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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Oshin56(m): 9:00pm On Feb 17, 2019
raumdeuter:


Lagos State The construction work on the Lagos – Ibadan Railway Standard Guage Rail line with extension to the Lagos Port Complex at Apapa, Lagos. Lagos Shoreline Protection/ Rehabilitation Works Gully Erosion Works at Magodo, Lagos State Oghere Ahmed Erosion Control Works Establishment of Pilot Lagos State Briquetting Plant ICT innovation Hub Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way, Section 1, Lagos-Sagamu. Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along 3rd Mainland Bridge (Oworo Toll Gate) construction of 60-room Hostel block for Artisans and Craftsmen at Onikan.

Ogun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Abeokuta – Sango Ota Dual Carriageway

Oyo State Dualisation of Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin, Section II (OyoOgbomosho). Kudeti Flood Control Works Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ogbomosho – Dogo – Igbetti Road Construction and rehabilitation of Iseyin – Okeho Provision of Street Lights at Ogbomosho Interchange along Ibadan – Ogbomosho – Ilorin Expressway, (Phase II) Ogbomosho Ondo State Cassava processing Plant Construction of 13KV transmission line and 132/33KV Substation at Okitipupa,

Ondo. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ore – Okitipupa Road

Osun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ibadan – Ife Dual Carriageway Construction and rehabilitation of Elentere Apipontoro Road

Ekiti State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ado – Igede – Itawure – Osun State Border Road

they have really tried enough patching of road is an achievement are they patching road at the Northern part my brother if some one is deceiving please don't deceive yourself in all the six geo political region SW is lacking behind if you don't know
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by DMerciful(m): 9:01pm On Feb 17, 2019
Majority of Yorubas will vote Atiku and when this is done you will justify with being sophisticated but then it will be to PDP favour
Omololu001:
obj was not Yoruba's preferred candidates and you people had no choice cause the two men were Yoruba's.

The 2015 presidential election yeebos voted for GEJ even though GEJ performed below expectations.

So let Yoruba's vote whoever they want to vote.
Majority wanna vote buhari, is there choice and their right just the way majority of yeebos will be voting atiku.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by raumdeuter: 9:20pm On Feb 17, 2019
Oshin56:
they have really tried enough patching of road is an achievement are they patching road at the Northern part my brother if some one is deceiving please don't deceive yourself in all the six geo political region SW is lacking behind if you don't know

Jigawa State

Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Kano State Border – Garki – Gukel – M/Madori – Hadejia Road

Kaduna State 215MW Dual-Fired Plant in Kudenda Rehabilitation of Ilorin-Jebba-Mokwa-Birnin-Gwari-Kaduna Road Section 1
Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Zaria – Pambegua

Katsina State

Daura Township Erosion Control, Phase 1 Daura Township Erosion and Flood Control Project, Phase II Katsina Wind Farm which has an installed capacity of 10.175MW Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Katsina – Batsari – Safana Road Construction and construction of Daura Township Roads

Kebbi State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Kalgo – Bunza – Kamba – Peka Road Kogi State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Okene – Ibillo Road

Gombe State
Rehabilitation of Gombe-Numan-Yola road, phase 1. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Gombe – Dukku – Darazo Road Kano State Dualisation of Kano-Maiduguri road section iv, (Potiskum-Damaturu) Dualisation of Kano-Katsina Road phase 1. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along KwanarDumawa – KunyaBaruba

Jigawa State
Border Road Construction and Rehabilitation of Saminaka – Doguwa Construction and Rehabilitation of Doguwa – Tiga The execution of Kano – Kaduna Rail line Lagos – Kano Railway Modernization Project

Sokoto State . Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Kajiji – Jabo – Zamfara State Border Yobe State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Damaturu – Dapchi – Bayamari Road

Zamfara State
Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Gusau – TalataMarafa – Sokoto State Border Road.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Oluwo1: 9:21pm On Feb 17, 2019
Asshurbanipal:
Until you overgrow narrow minded tribal interest and have national interest, you are not going anywhere in national politics. There is no yoruba nationalist at the moment and no amount of ass licking Buhari can get you anywhere. So the rest of the country can burn to ashes then? And you think others are folding their arms?

God bless you..
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by NothingDoMe: 9:37pm On Feb 17, 2019
gbolah1:
I believe the current government as learn is lesson from some costly mistake they made,
PYO his heading the economic team now n there is a brighter rewarding future. Changing them to the old people maynt be the best option, let think deep


It's a bit late. What were they doing till this time? I have never had a problem with Osinbajo's economic policies except trader money which is a clear bribe, but PMB/Cabals won't let him be useful.

They don't want him to shine so much and become a force to be reckoned with in 2023.

THEY WILL NEVER let him be president in 2023. He knows too much.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by adeniyiemmanuel(m): 9:45pm On Feb 17, 2019
celeiyke:
Let's support our son Sowore or Durutoye rather than Buhari
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by adeniyiemmanuel(m): 9:47pm On Feb 17, 2019
celeiyke:
Let's support our son Sowore or Durutoye rather than Buhari
tnk u my broda most we support this buhari? honesty speaking I prefers sowore to this saddest!!!
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by oyebanji44: 9:55pm On Feb 17, 2019
DMerciful:
Majority of Yorubas will vote Atiku and when this is done you will justify with being sophisticated but then it will be to PDP favour
Absolutely disillusioned..who told you that? Don't be such a fool..majority of the yorubas stood solidly behind Buhari..don't say that again..Never
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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by DMerciful(m): 10:00pm On Feb 17, 2019
What % of entire SW did PDP get in 2015? About 44%! Google is your friend! Underestimate PDP at your own peril!
oyebanji44:
Absolutely disillusioned..who told you that? Don't be such a fool..majority of the yorubas stood solidly behind Buhari..don't say that again..Never
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by sapoyoro(m): 10:03pm On Feb 17, 2019
raumdeuter:


Lagos State The construction work on the Lagos – Ibadan Railway Standard Guage Rail line with extension to the Lagos Port Complex at Apapa, Lagos. Lagos Shoreline Protection/ Rehabilitation Works Gully Erosion Works at Magodo, Lagos State Oghere Ahmed Erosion Control Works Establishment of Pilot Lagos State Briquetting Plant ICT innovation Hub Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way, Section 1, Lagos-Sagamu. Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos-Ibadan dual carriage way. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along 3rd Mainland Bridge (Oworo Toll Gate) construction of 60-room Hostel block for Artisans and Craftsmen at Onikan.

Ogun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Abeokuta – Sango Ota Dual Carriageway

Oyo State Dualisation of Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin Oyo-Ogbomosho-Ilorin, Section II (OyoOgbomosho). Kudeti Flood Control Works Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ogbomosho – Dogo – Igbetti Road Construction and rehabilitation of Iseyin – Okeho Provision of Street Lights at Ogbomosho Interchange along Ibadan – Ogbomosho – Ilorin Expressway, (Phase II) Ogbomosho Ondo State Cassava processing Plant Construction of 13KV transmission line and 132/33KV Substation at Okitipupa,

Ondo. Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ore – Okitipupa Road

Osun State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ibadan – Ife Dual Carriageway Construction and rehabilitation of Elentere Apipontoro Road

Ekiti State Patching of potholes, pavement strengthening, repairs of failed sections and general maintenance works along Ado – Igede – Itawure – Osun State Border Road

why are u lying..
I'm in osun state,nothing of such is happening,pls provide pictorial evidence.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by reuben79: 10:46pm On Feb 17, 2019
gbolah1:
Dear fellow omoluabi, I will appeal to everyone to think deep before we allow the current economic meltdown and campaign of hatred forget the benefit and the future of our region.
I will agree with all the aggrieved citizen that the current economy in our nation is not the best, but changing government is absolutely not the better option.
I believe buhari as learn is lesson from the first administration while we hope for better rewarding future in the incoming administration.
Southwest is better equip and position in term of development under buhari/osinbajo administration.
If we allow the selfish interest of some people do the wrong thing come nextweek Saturday by voting out the current administration, we will all regret the action.
Amnt a member of any political party but am talking as an individual that want his nation and region to develop.
The Nigeria economy have been drive by the corruption since and changing stile will surely affect many citizen.
Example of it is the below story I will like to post for better explaination.

1. A young man works for one of the state ministries. His salary is 120K. He makes 15,000 everyday on this desk (N75k a week) engaging in corrupt practices. As a result, he spends the daily cash as he cares. Living large and far above his legitimate income.

2. He visits the local joint every evening and buys drinks for friends, and area boys. They hail him. He is married, but has two girlfriends. His "income" is enough to take care of them. The Asun seller at his favorite joint is happy, the joint owner is happy.

3. Everyone was benefiting from his "income". Friends, family, area boys, joint owner, Asun seller, girlfriends, wife and his church. Life was good.

4. Then suddenly the ministry implemented the Treasury Single Account (TSA) at the beginning of PMB administration. His extra "income" disappeared and he had to adjust to the reality of event and live within his real income. That wasn't easy.

5. Initially he reduced his daily visit to the joint to 3 days a week and stopped buying drinks for everyone. He reduced he plates of Asun. The Asun seller started to find it hard to sell a full goat each day and resorted to buy half.

6. The young man's girlfriends started to feel the heat too. No more iPhone 10. The joint owner noticed a drop in sales. The young man finally stopped visiting the joint after a month. The area boys started feeling his absence. The effect cascaded down.

7. The young man started spending more time at home with his wife and kids. The family had to readjust to the reality of the new normal. His hair stylist noticed the young man suddenly stopped tipping. He will even wait for his N200 change after haircut.

8. Things are different. Times are hard, they all cry. The young man is blaming Buhari, his wife is blaming Buhari, the area boys are blaming Buhari, the girlfriends are saying Buhari must go, the joint owner is saying Buhari killed the "economy"

9. The Asun seller is cursing Buhari, the hair stylist is insisting Buhari is too old to rule. This is the story of our nation where corruption fuels the "economy". Those who are not engaging in it are benefiting from it.

10. This tread is not about Buhari's achievement or failure, but rather about the "multiplier" effect of corruption and how we have built a system largely driven by corruption. It's about policy implication (good or bad). It's about the choices we have made.

Finally, the young man had to withdraw his kids from what he called expensive primary school his kids attend. He added:"what are they teaching them there sef " Obasanjo didn't go to a private school. I just laughed

My Take:
Most of the so called rich men and women in Nigeria before now were feeding fat on the populace, imaging a level 15 officer in a state ministry sponsoring two of his/her children's education in Europe but when TSA came to effect, free money dried up but Buhari was blamed for the inability to fund children in Europe! Awon ole jati -jati, ofan a je l'oju onile.
u ve no point OK,r u born to be poor?pls stop defending failure, buhari as failed, atiku is on d race,am in osun state rit now,ilesa township where titi atiku come from,we say no to buhari and say yes to atiku
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by oyebanji44: 10:52pm On Feb 17, 2019
[quote author=oyebanji44 post=75839249][/quote] don't go and stand in the midst of the yorubas and continuing saying all these rubbish .. Don't trust the yorubas especially when it comes to politics cos they are mindset people
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Omololu001: 11:06pm On Feb 17, 2019
DMerciful:
Majority of Yorubas will vote Atiku and when this is done you will justify with being sophisticated but then it will be to PDP favour
just the way majority of ibos will support buhari.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by TLona1: 11:26pm On Feb 17, 2019
raumdeuter:
We Yorubas are solidly behind Buhari and our son Osinbajo

Let others vote their son too

All these "continued development" nonsense are just campaign strategies and it won't work.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by KunleyY19(m): 12:20am On Feb 18, 2019
Ki Ka Lu Ku di Omo Re Mu...
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by Sirjamo: 12:42am On Feb 18, 2019
AtikuMeansJobs:
Another Reason Why NIGERIANS SHOULD NOT VOTE Buhari's Phantom Nigerian Airways....
In 2016, the newsstand was agog with cheering reports of how Nigeria will start manufacturing pencil in 2018, an announcement that was made by no other than the Honorable Minister of Science and Technology, Mr. Ogbonnaya Onu, he went further to say factory when it kick start will have the capacity to employ 250,000 Nigerians.
My question to Mr. Ogbonnaya Onu is where is the factory located and when are they going to commission it since we are supposed to be in the year of the fulfilled promise?
Buhari, APC and their co-travellers should stop lying to Nigeria.
It beats me hollow that a PMB that rode into power with the slogan of "Integrity" has lied to Nigerians more than previous Nigerian leaders combined.
It's time to end the lies...
Are you not ashamed to post this? What was your PDP doing for sixteen years? Why is it now that APC of less than 4 years will be promising you pencil factory?
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by sreamsense: 12:44am On Feb 18, 2019
DamZik:

While not list the achievements for us here?

Oshin56:
name the achievement you don't need to refer me to any website

Which type of lazy people we have these days? You don't know something inside exam, someone is pointing to you to write down the answers on the board; you are still telling the person to write them for you. Does that link look like adsense link or is it not nairaland link that will open information you are looking for? If it is link like: davido and another baby mama, you go click am fast. Informations are too many, you can't copy them here. You can google yourself also: south west project buhari, go to those places to confirm yourself.
Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by olagbola45(m): 1:10am On Feb 18, 2019
At op better dont disturb urself again those who will hear will hear those dat won't will not nah dia way

Ileri oluwa ashey Lori buhari faa

Yoruba will say alagemo ti bi omo eh nah iyi toku owo omo alagemo lows

How many years left of Baba,wot will e b eating again

He can't b eating like we youth again

So all issues is in our hand nah here we go dey wen dey will b praising him again if dey vote him out and vote d clone thief dey will curse him last noni

Leave Dem my guy

Nah naija we dey we go suffer ham together ni

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Re: Yoruba Need To Vote For PMB For Continue Development In Southwest by sogodihno: 1:17am On Feb 18, 2019
Asshurbanipal:
Until you overgrow narrow minded tribal interest and have national interest, you are not going anywhere in national politics. There is no yoruba nationalist at the moment and no amount of ass licking Buhari can get you anywhere. So the rest of the country can burn to ashes then? And you think others are folding their arms?

All we are saying is we are not going back to years of stealing is not corruption, u can follow Athiefku to Cameroon after we relect Buhari on Saturday

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