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SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by MiKenny(f): 8:10am On Oct 26, 2010
“I was kept for very long hours with a man as hefty as Mighty Igor by my side”

DIRECTOR-GENERAL, Ibrahim Babangida Campaign Organisation, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has said that his arrest by the State Security Service (SSS), in connection with the October 1 bomb blasts in Abuja almost broke his spirits following the nature of psychological intimidation he was allegedly subjected to while being kept in custody.

He recounted his ordeal when he led the IBB Campaign team to the corporate headquarters of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) Plc, publishers of the Tribune titles, on a courtesy visit, on Monday, noting that the security operatives only asked questions not directly linked with the issues at stake.

The IBB Campaign coordinator described the Tribune titles as the most respected political newspapers in Nigeria with their strong commitment to the ideals laid by its founder, Chief Obafemi Awolowo.

He said of all Nigerian newspapers, his day would not be complete without reading a copy of the Tribune newspaper, as, according to him, the newspaper was the first he must read on a daily basis.

The Tribune management, led by the Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief, Reverend Samuel Adesua; Editor, Nigerian Tribune, Mr Edward Dickson; Managing Editor, Weekend Titles, Mr Sunday Olajide and Editor, Sunday Tribune, Alhaji  Debo  Abdulai were on hand to receive Dokpesi and members of his entourage.

Dokpesi said the experience he had with the security operatives fell short of his expectation given the high profile issues involved, stressing that he had expected some sorts of sophisticated interrogation meant to determine whether or not he had any link with any bomb blast suspects.

He recounted how he had to sit for long hours while in custody closely watched by someone he described as a hefty security officer attached to him, and had  wondered why he was being detained unjustly for those long hours.

He said, “every treatment I had amounted to some psychological intimidation. I was kept for very long hours with a man as hefty as Mighty Igor by my side, and he carried weapons and there was nobody to talk to.  At the end, someone would just come to say ‘sorry, the kind of suspects they were expecting had never shown up.’”

He said he was very unhappy about the whole experience,  and he had therefore proceeded to the court to challenge his arrest if only to prove that he had nothing to do with the bomb blasts, and that he and his principal, General Babangida, had nothing to do with the bomb blasts and would never have anything to do with anyone planning evil against the government and the country.

He said although his arrest affected his duties as IBB Campaign Director-General, his spirits were not broken, having picked himself together to face the challenges of making the former military leader scale the hurdles of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential primaries.

On the  chances of Babangida in the 2011 presidential contest, Dokpesi said he was convinced  that the former military president would make a headway, given the mammoth crowd he said had been trailing his campaign team in each of the states they had visited so far.

He allayed fears over possible apathy to Babangida in the South-South and South-West zones, as he described negative reports on the issue as the handiwork of his enemies, whom he said were being intimidated by the larger than life image of Babangida in political circles in Nigeria.

He said Babangida had many supporters in the South-West not known to be noise makers, as, according to him, the supporters were more prepared to project him in the zone as the presidential contest begins to gather momentum.

Dokpesi opened up on the cancellation of the presidential election of June 12, 1993 won by the late Chief Moshood  Abiola, explaining that apart from accepting responsibility several times on the annulment, Babangida had openly made atonement for the omission by supporting the idea of power shift to the South-West in 1999.

He recalled the role played by Babangida  in ensuring the victory of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to emerge as Nigeria’s president in 1999, stressing that the support Babangida and others gave Obasanjo was the reason he defeated Chief Olu Falae in the presidential contest to become  president.

Dokpesi said Babangida had no other agenda for now other than to serve the country as Nigeria’s president, counting on the experience he had acquired in governance over the years and the zeal in him to do things differently if elected as the next president of Nigeria.

The IBB Campaign co-ordinator also harped on the preparedness of Babangida to fight corruption, as, according to him, he had made a strong commitment to do so during his formal declaration in Abuja, and hence would ensure that he strengthened the anti-corruption agencies if voted into power.

On the entourage of Dokpesi were Dr Kunle Olajide, a member of the IBB Campaign team; Dr Supo Ali Balogun; Mr Ide Eguabor; Honourable Soji Adagunodo, coordinator, IBB Campaign Organisation, Osun State; Chief Segun Adekola, coordinator, Ekiti State; Ms Ronnie Dikko and Taiwo Akeju, coordinator South-West  Zone.

http://tribune.com.ng/index.php/front-page-news/12621-sss-detention-almost-broke-my-spirits-dokpesi
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by thaira(f): 11:46am On Oct 26, 2010
Don't get depressed, IBB's compensation will also be as hefty as Mighty Igor. It should lift your spirits. Mscheeew.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Youngichou(m): 11:49am On Oct 26, 2010
49 VIEWS no comment
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Charlesook(m): 12:01pm On Oct 26, 2010
Rubbish talk there IBB kooo IBB nillll
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by marvix(m): 12:19pm On Oct 26, 2010
Quote;

Dokpesi opened up on the cancellation of the presidential election of June 12, 1993 won by the late Chief Moshood Abiola, explaining that apart from accepting responsibility several times on the annulment, Babangida had openly made atonement for the omission by supporting the idea of power shift to the South-West in 1999.

He recalled the role played by Babangida in ensuring the victory of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to emerge as Nigeria’s president in 1999, stressing that the support Babangida and others gave Obasanjo was the reason he defeated Chief Olu Falae in the presidential contest to become president.


Who asked babangida to give us Obj, that was another evil he perpetrated that set us back 8yrs he should be apologising for this.

The contest would have been between Falae and Ekhueme and if Falae had gone ahead to win based on the Abiola sentiments which would have been impossible considering that the PDP was the biggest of the three parties as at that time, Falae would not have been able to rail road us in 2003 or 2007, democracy would have been better served if Obj was forgotten in the prison.

IBB should apologise for bringing Obj in as president and not see that as an atonement for his sins in the 1993 saga.

An Ekhueme or Falaes presidency could have been sacked conveniently in 2003 if they had failed to perform, A gov like Igbinedion would never have gotten a 2nd term, Democracy would have taken firmer roots.

Dokpesi we are not about to make the same mistake of bringing in a bull into our china shop, we are not about to start another fire we can not control, we dont want a leader who once he becomes president would do unto us as he likes possibly handover to his son.

Obj seemed docile in 1998 but all those who brought him in regretted their actions while those of us who allowed him win in 1999 suffered the consequencies, I call on all Nigerians young and old Dokpesi would only regret the failure IBB will become if he ever becomes president we on the other hand are the ones that will suffer!!!

Nigerians bewarned IBB is a bigger devil to OBJ.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by ud4u: 2:19pm On Oct 26, 2010
Dokpesi will soon get tired.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by holydante(m): 2:57pm On Oct 26, 2010
y did i click on dis thread sef? rule indeed? mscheeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by OCCULTIST(m): 3:29pm On Oct 26, 2010
He will soon return back to prison
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Intrepid1(m): 4:31pm On Oct 26, 2010
Did you see the pictures of the 'award' ceremony the man organized? It was as empty as a brothel on a Sunday morning, Let's hope the money he squeezes from IBB will last him till he dies 'cos the man is about to be ostracized from the Nigerian business world.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by dappssee(m): 4:37pm On Oct 26, 2010
Dokpesi doesn't care whether or not IBB wins as long as he gets paid. Just watch what he will do when GEJ wins
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by madprof(m): 4:41pm On Oct 26, 2010
It shoulda broken your nuts too! It will never be well with you for choosing to support this attempted infliction of IBB on Nigerians. Lecherous pig!
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by lookwonder: 4:43pm On Oct 26, 2010
Whatever was left of Dokpesi battered reputation has now been obliterated.

There is no peace for the wicked.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by MEGABHROS1: 9:03pm On Oct 26, 2010
R.I.P, Dokpesi.

The Dokpesi we knew died some months back. GHANA MUST GO BAG CAN DO ANYTHING.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Specialist900(m): 10:59pm On Oct 26, 2010
DIRECTOR-GENERAL, Ibrahim Babangida Campaign Organisation, High Chief Raymond Dokpesi, has said that his arrest by the State Security Service (SSS), in connection with the October 1 bomb blasts in Abuja almost broke his spirits following the nature of psychological intimidation he was allegedly subjected to while being kept in custody.

He recounted his ordeal when he led the IBB Campaign team to the corporate headquarters of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) Plc, publishers of the Tribune titles, on a courtesy visit, on Monday, noting that the security operatives only asked questions not directly linked with the issues at stake.

The IBB Campaign coordinator described the Tribune titles as the most respected political newspapers in Nigeria with their strong commitment to the ideals laid by its founder, Chief Obafemi Awolowo.

He said of all Nigerian newspapers, his day would not be complete without reading a copy of the Tribune newspaper, as, according to him, the newspaper was the first he must read on a daily basis.

The Tribune management, led by the Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief, Reverend Samuel Adesua; Editor, Nigerian Tribune, Mr Edward Dickson; Managing Editor, Weekend Titles, Mr Sunday Olajide and Editor, Sunday Tribune, Alhaji  Debo  Abdulai were on hand to receive Dokpesi and members of his entourage.

Dokpesi said the experience he had with the security operatives fell short of his expectation given the high profile issues involved, stressing that he had expected some sorts of sophisticated interrogation meant to determine whether or not he had any link with any bomb blast suspects.

He recounted how he had to sit for long hours while in custody closely watched by someone he described as a hefty security officer attached to him, and had  wondered why he was being detained unjustly for those long hours.

He said, “every treatment I had amounted to some psychological intimidation. I was kept for very long hours with a man as hefty as Mighty Igor by my side, and he carried weapons and there was nobody to talk to.  At the end, someone would just come to say ‘sorry, the kind of suspects they were expecting had never shown up.’”

He said he was very unhappy about the whole experience,  and he had therefore proceeded to the court to challenge his arrest if only to prove that he had nothing to do with the bomb blasts, and that he and his principal, General Babangida, had nothing to do with the bomb blasts and would never have anything to do with anyone planning evil against the government and the country.

He said although his arrest affected his duties as IBB Campaign Director-General, his spirits were not broken, having picked himself together to face the challenges of making the former military leader scale the hurdles of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential primaries.

On the  chances of Babangida in the 2011 presidential contest, Dokpesi said he was convinced  that the former military president would make a headway, given the mammoth crowd he said had been trailing his campaign team in each of the states they had visited so far.

He allayed fears over possible apathy to Babangida in the South-South and South-West zones, as he described negative reports on the issue as the handiwork of his enemies, whom he said were being intimidated by the larger than life image of Babangida in political circles in Nigeria.

He said Babangida had many supporters in the South-West not known to be noise makers, as, according to him, the supporters were more prepared to project him in the zone as the presidential contest begins to gather momentum.

Dokpesi opened up on the cancellation of the presidential election of June 12, 1993 won by the late Chief Moshood  Abiola, explaining that apart from accepting responsibility several times on the annulment, Babangida had openly made atonement for the omission by supporting the idea of power shift to the South-West in 1999.

He recalled the role played by Babangida  in ensuring the victory of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo to emerge as Nigeria’s president in 1999, stressing that the support Babangida and others gave Obasanjo was the reason he defeated Chief Olu Falae in the presidential contest to become  president.

Dokpesi said Babangida had no other agenda for now other than to serve the country as Nigeria’s president, counting on the experience he had acquired in governance over the years and the zeal in him to do things differently if elected as the next president of Nigeria.

The IBB Campaign co-ordinator also harped on the preparedness of Babangida to fight corruption, as, according to him, he had made a strong commitment to do so during his formal declaration in Abuja, and hence would ensure that he strengthened the anti-corruption agencies if voted into power.

On the entourage of Dokpesi were Dr Kunle Olajide, a member of the IBB Campaign team; Dr Supo Ali Balogun; Mr Ide Eguabor; Honourable Soji Adagunodo, coordinator, IBB Campaign Organisation, Osun State; Chief Segun Adekola, coordinator, Ekiti State; Ms Ronnie Dikko and Taiwo Akeju, coordinator South-West  Zone.




RUBBISH.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by daroz(m): 11:02pm On Oct 26, 2010
grin
dappssee:

Dokpesi doesn't care whether or not IBB wins as long as he gets paid. Just watch what he will do when GEJ wins
cheesy
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Nctrice(m): 7:03am On Oct 27, 2010
Why will a man that is "Larger than Life in the political circle" come to rule us he will only be a tyrant
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by kcng: 9:18am On Oct 27, 2010
We agree we dont need IBB. but for God sake let nigerian voter decided that.you see i really dont like this do or die affiar strategy Jonathan is adopting.Jonathan is not a good man.satan can only give birth to another satan.Nigerians! wake up. jonathan is still objs boy.He has nothing to offer us.they just put him there cause he is young and they know you r tired of seeing there old faces.Jonathan is a yes man to obj believe it or not.
i can bet you if jonathan is elected nothing will change in nigeria.it will be business as usual.besides he can be inpeached any given time if he tries to go against there will.
Are we not still importing fuel? is nepa now constant? is corruption on the decline?Yoruba people always say you will know a child that will do well in life because he would already be showing traces of excellenceat a young age.The people who put jonathan there dont want the masses to be free.they dont want to let go.lets stop decieving ourselfs and start thing wright.
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Vindy: 9:20am On Oct 27, 2010
With money I can make Dokposi my campaign DG come 2012
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by BERRYKRAZE: 9:46am On Oct 27, 2010
IBB, hmmmmmmm


Twenty years ago today, a young Nigerian Army officer, Major Gideon Okar, announced a coup against the government of General Ibrahim Babangida. It was a different kind of coup. It cut off the Northern part of the country from Nigeria. I was a student then. I remember some of my fellow students demanding to see the visa of Northern students in our university.
Years after, I was fired as a columnist for the Daily Mail for writing a letter to Major Okar. In my letter, I had told the dead major that nothing had changed since his coup. Things had become worse, I wrote.
One of the things Major Okar did in the speech of April 22, 1990 was to level charges against Ibrahim Babangida. Twenty years after, Ibrahim Babangida is still angling to return to power next year as Nigeria’s president. It is, therefore, important to remember Major Okar today for the essence of his coup is still relevant.
Below is the text of Major Okar’s coup speech.
“Fellow Nigerian Citizens,
On behalf of the patriotic and well-meaning peoples of the Middle Belt and the southern parts of this country, I , Major Gideon Orkar, wish to happily inform you of the successful ousting of the dictatorial, corrupt, drug baronish, evil man, deceitful, homo-sexually-centered, prodigalistic, un-patriotic administration of General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida. We have equally commenced their trials for unabated corruption, mismanagement of national economy, the murders of Dele Giwa, Major-General Mamman Vatsa, with other officers as there was no attempted coup but mere intentions that were yet to materialise and other human rights violations.
The National Guard already in its formative stage is disbanded with immediate effect. Decrees Number 2 and 46 are hereby abrogated. We wish to emphasise that this is not just another coup but a well conceived, planned and executed revolution for the marginalised, oppressed and enslaved peoples of the Middle Belt and the south with a view to freeing ourselves and children yet unborn from eternal slavery and colonisation by a clique of this country.
Our history is replete with numerous and uncontrollable instances of callous and insensitive dominatory repressive intrigues by those who think it is their birthright to dominate till eternity the political and economic privileges of this great country to the exclusion of the people of the Middle Belt and the south.
They have almost succeeded in subjugating the Middle Belt and making them voiceless and now extending same to the south.
It is our unflinching belief that this quest for domination, oppression and marginalisation is against the wish of God and therefore, must be resisted with the vehemence.
Anything that has a beginning must have an end. It will also suffice here to state that all Nigerians without skeleton in their cupboards need not to be afraid of this change. However, those with skeleton in their cupboards have all reasons to fear, because the time of reckoning has come.
For the avoidance of doubt, we wish to state the three primary reasons why we have decided to oust the satanic Babangida administration. The reasons are as follows:
(a) To stop Babangida’s desire to cunningly, install himself as Nigeria’s life president at all costs and by so doing, slowpoke the progress of this country for life. In order to be able to achieve this undesirable goals of his, he has evidently started destroying those groups and sections he perceived as being able to question his desires.
Examples of groups already neutralised, pitched against one another or completely destroyed are:
(1) The Sokoto caliphate by installing an unwanted Sultan to cause division within the hitherto strong Sokoto caliphate.
(2) The destruction of the peoples of Plateau State, especially the Lantang people, as a balancing force in the body politics of this country.
(3) The buying of the press by generous monetary favours and the usage of State Security Service, SSS, as a tool of terror.
(4) The intent to cow the students by the promulgation of the draconian decree Number 47.
(5) The cowing of the university teaching and non-teaching staff by an intended massive purge, using the 150 million dollar loan as the necessitating factor.
(6) Deliberately withholding funds to the armed forces to make them ineffective and also crowning his diabolical scheme through the intended retrenchment of more than half of the members of the armed forces.
Other pointers that give credence to his desire to become a life president against the wishes of the people are:
(1) His appointment of himself as a minister of defence, his putting under his direct control the SSS, his deliberate manipulation of the transition programme, his introduction of inconceivable, unrealistic and impossible political options, his recent fraternisation with other African leaders that have installed themselves as life presidents and his dogged determination to create a secret force called the national guard, independent of the armed forces and the police which will be answerable to himself alone, both operationally and administratively.
It is our strong view that this kind of dictatorial desire of Babangida is unacceptable to Nigerians of the 1990’s, and, therefore, must be resisted by all.
(b) Another major reason for the change is the need to stop intrigues, domination and internal colonisation of the Nigerian state by the so-called chosen few. This, in our view, has been and is still responsible for 90 percent of the problems of Nigerians. This indeed has been the major clog in our wheel of progress.
This clique has an unabated penchant for domination and unrivalled fostering of mediocrity and outright detest for accountability, all put together have been our undoing as a nation.
This will ever remain our threat if not checked immediately. It is strongly believed that without the intrigues perpetrated by this clique and misrule, Nigeria will have in all ways achieved developmental virtues comparable to those in Korea, Taiwan, Brazil, India, and even Japan.
Evidence, therefore, this cancerous dominance has as a factor constituted by a major and unpardonable clog in the wheel of progress of the Nigerian state. (Sic) It is suffice to mention a few distasteful intrigues engineered by this group of Nigerians in recent past. These are:
(1) The shabby and dishonourable treatment meted on the longest serving Nigerian general in the person of General Domkat Bali, who in actual fact had given credibility to the Babangida administration.
(2) The wholesale hijacking of Babangida’s administration by the all powerful clique.
(3) The disgraceful and inexplicable removal of Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe, Professor Tam David-West, Mr. Aret Adams and so on from office.
(4) The now-pervasive and on-going retrenchment of Middle Belt and southerners from public offices and their instant replacement by the favoured class and their stooges.
(5) The deliberate disruption of the educational culture and retarding its place to suit the favoured class to the detriment of other educational minded parts of this country.
(6) The deliberate impoverishment of the peoples from the Middle Belt and the south, making them working ghosts and feeding on the formulae of 0-1-1- or 0-0-0 while the aristocratic class and their stooges are living in absolute affluence on a daily basis without working for it.
(7) Other countless examples of the exploitative, oppressive, dirty games of intrigues of its class, where people and stooges that can best be described by the fact that even though they contribute very little economically to the well being of Nigeria, they have over the years served and presided over the supposedly national wealth derived in the main from the Middle Belt and the southern part of this country, while the people from these parts of the country have been completely deprived from benefiting from the resources given to them by God.
(c) The third reason for the change is the need to lay a strong egalitarian foundation for the real democratic take off of the Nigerian state or states as the circumstances may dictate.
In the light of all the above and in recognition of the negativeness of the aforementioned aristocratic factor, the overall progress of the Nigerian state a temporary decision to excise the following states namely, Sokoto, Borno, Katsina, Kano and Bauchi states from the Federal Republic of Nigeria comes into effect immediately until the following conditions are met.
The conditions to be met to necessitate the re-absorption of the aforementioned states are as following:
(i) To install the rightful heir to the Sultanate, Alhaji Maccido, who is the people’s choice.
(ii) To send a delegation led by the real and recognised Sultan Alhaji Maccido to the federal government to vouch that the feudalistic and aristocratic quest for domination and operation will be a thing of the past and will never be practised in any part of the Nigeria state.
By the same token, all citizens of the five states already mentioned are temporarily suspended from all public and private offices in Middle Belt and southern parts of this country until the mentioned conditions above are met.
They are also required to move back to their various states within one week from today. They will, however, be allowed to return and joint the Federal Republic of Nigeria when the stipulated conditions are met.
In the same vein, all citizens of the Middle Belt and the south are required to come back to their various states pending when the so-called all-in-all Nigerians meet the conditions that will ensure a united Nigeria. A word is enough for the wise.
This exercise will not be complete without purging corrupt public officials and recovering their ill-gotten wealth, since the days of the oil boom till date. Even in these hard times, when Nigerians are dying from hunger, trekking many miles to work for lack of transportation, a few other Nigerians with complete impunity are living in unbelievable affluence both inside and outside the country.
We are extremely determined to recover all ill-gotten wealth back to the public treasury for the use of the masses of our people. You are all advised to remain calm as there is no cause for alarm. We are fully in control of the situation as directed by God. All airports, seaports and borders are closed forthwith.
The former Armed Forces Ruling Council is now disbanded and replaced with National Ruling Council to be chaired by the head of state with other members being a civilian vice-head of state, service chiefs, inspector general of police, one representative each from NLC, NUJ, NBA, and NANS.
A curfew is hereby imposed from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. until further notice. All members of the armed forces and the police forces are hereby confined to their respective barracks.
All unlawful and criminal acts by those attempting to cause chaos will be ruthlessly crushed. Be warned as we are prepared at all costs to defend the new order.
All radio stations are hereby advised to hook on permanently to the national network programme until further notice.
Long live all true patriots of this great country of ours. May God and Allah through his bountiful mercies bless us all.” ~ Major Gideon Orkar.


Read more: http://rudolf-ogoo.instablogs.com/entry/major-okar-20-years-after/#ixzz13XxkIBvH
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by real4jesus: 10:35am On Oct 27, 2010
dokpesi u are the kind of person the bible describes as the WICKED!

u see evil and call it good?

your generations to come shall be cursed for this reason
u will die a bad death
shame and embarrassement shall trail u all the days of your life
u will live long enof to rip the evil fruit u sowed
u will die and be buried like a dog

the Lord God almight who made the heavens and earth will punish u all the days of your life
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by Aussienavy: 11:23am On Oct 27, 2010
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by madprof(m): 3:14pm On Oct 27, 2010
real4jesus:

dokpesi u are the kind of person the bible describes as the WICKED!

u see evil and call it good?

your generations to come shall be cursed for this reason
u will die a bad death
shame and embarrassement shall trail u all the days of your life
u will live long enof to rip the evil fruit u sowed
u will die and be buried like a dog

the Lord God almight who made the heavens and earth will punish u all the days of your life

Approved!
Re: SSS Detention Almost Broke My Spirits - Dokpesi by CGKing(m): 8:37pm On Oct 27, 2010
No need to curse him. He will surely get whats coming to him.

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