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Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 9:23am On Mar 13
I am the kind of person that does not let events fly without reflecting on them. This whole drama in the last few days, as has been several others in the past, is stamped all around with different shades of conspiracy. Many atrocities are being perpetrated in the country which the MSM deliberately refuses to carry, and then two events related to the dethronement and the Oshiomole ousting have been splashed in our faces in order to keep us from seeing what is really going on.

Time will tell, but the aim of this thread is a post I came across and think we should all see.

When I see most of us down south already singing songs of SLS being a good candidate for the presidency over a few hypocritical speeches, I shake my head in pity because we never learn. Maybe nigerians deserve the kind of leadership they get after all. cry

Feel free to support/oppose the cases the author presented, but I choose enlightenment over pettiness.

I separated the cases in different paragraphs so those of us who have a short attention span for long posts can easily glance through.


To all the Southerners expressing their opinions for or against Sanusi, I say take it easy. Let us siddon, buy popcorn and coke and be watching this movie.

There might be more to this than meets the eye. Whether this crisis is real or not, one thing I know about the North is that they never lose sight of their true goal or do anything to sabotage it: Total domination of Nigeria is their only ambition. When it comes to that, they stand together and they plan far ahead.

Under Obasanjo, with Okonji-Iweala as Finance Minister, and Soludo as CBN Governor, Southern Banks became very powerful, financing infrastructural and economic growth not only in Southern Nigeria but even in other African countries. Nigeria was on the way to becoming a true financial and economic powerhouse for the Black World. Southern Banks were a threat to Foreign Capital (West, Middle East and Far East) and also a threat to the Northern hegemonic plans.

When Sanusi was made CBN Governor under Yar’Adua, the first thing he did was to target Southern Banks and begin to weaken them one after the other under the guise of fighting corruption. At the same time he reopened the door for foreign as well as Islamic financial capital. He effectively conducted an economic jihad that halted the advance of the South and put the North back in a favorable strategic position.


Now 2023 is coming -
The North has realized one thing: NIGERIA IS RIPE FOR CHANGE!

The Northern strategists would prefer that the modernizing of Nigeria takes place under a Northerner than under a Southerner. So they have to present a viable Northern candidate for that. This is where Sanusi comes into the picture.

If you study Sanusi’s actions, you will see that he is deeply pro-North and anti-South in a very intelligent progressive way. Sanusi understands what it takes to make the North overtake and dominate the South IN EVERY WAY in a modern world.

But when you hear him talk you will think he is a detribalised pan-Nigerian government critic, which is why so many Southerners foolishly support him.

The North understand that Sanusi would be more valuable to them as the President of Nigeria than as the Emir of Kano. He would not only help the North to overtake the South systemically and on all possible levels. He would also modernize Nigeria, so that the credit for the modernization of Nigeria will go to a Northerner. The Northern future-planners would rather have Sanusi in a position to become the President of Nigeria.
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Exactly my own thinking. Any southerner that does not see this wicked Islamic jihadist being re-positioned is dreaming.

Sanusi destroyed southern banks, drove away their CEOs and jailed some. Erastus Akingbola built Intercontinental Bank from the scratch and Sanusi took it from him while he ran for his life.

Sanusi was a terror working with his people in the EFCC. The story had it that Saraki wanted Akingbola to buy Societe Generale Bank which he looted into coma and he refused. Saraki then approached Sanusi who was his classmate at Kings College, Lagos to use his position as The CBN Governor to destroy Intercontinental Bank and Akingbola. Sanusi then looked for a reason to do the job. That was how he came up with the hoax audit report which he used to destroy Southern banks. Those banks were not in distress at all.

Access Bank was dying under the management of Sanusi's friend. Intercontinental Bank was then handed over to him for survival. Access Bank used Intercontinental Bank money to buy Intercontinental.

Cecilia Ibru who built Oceanic Bank was dispossessed and jailed. Sanusi appointed his friends who ran down their banks to be the new managers of the Southern banks he claimed were distressed. Good logic does not permit handing over distressed banks to former bad managers if not for an agenda.

You may not have heard that Tony Elumelu refused to employ Sanusi at UBA before First Bank employed him. He rose in First Bank to MD because of the FGN's controlling share. From there he became the CBN Governor. He didn't forget or forgive Tony. That was why he came up with the 7yrs maximum term for Bank CEOs to get back at Tony. We have a wicked Islamic jihadist being let lose. Remember El Rufai saying that Fulanis neither forgive nor forget. Sanusi is a typical Fulani.

Sanusi introduced the law that Bank CEOs cannot stay beyond 7yrs. If they can't run their businesses for more than 7yrs, why are people like Dangote running theirs beyond 7yrs?

He destroyed Southern banks and introduced Islamic banking because Southern banks were strengthening southern Christian economy. Where in the world do you run a business without making profit or charging interest? Buhari is borrowing from the international finance community and will pay interest but will use Southern resources to run an interest free Islamic bank. The South must wake up before it's too late.

The North hates The South in every aspect and will do everything to pull them down, but Southern leaders are blind and not thinking.

The North is out to frustrate and slow down The South by all means. Sanusi is and intelligent man but an economic Boko Haram against The South.

The same way Buhari canceled the Lagos State metro line to slow down Southwest development was how Sanusi used his powers at The CBN to destroy Southern economy. He is still coming. Only splitting the country will save The South.

The North have been marketing Sanusi with his eloquent speeches but with a sinister agenda. Southerners seem to be carried away by his eloquent speeches but he is a very dangerous man. We warned Southerners against Buhari but they didn't listen. Another intelligent Buhari whom I will call Ahithophel is coming and they will still fall prey.

24hrs after his dramatic dethronement, El Rufai his fellow jihadist has offered him The VP of Kaduna State investment project.

Sanusi has not fallen, he is rising. The South are thoughtless in many ramifications. The same educated Islamic jihadist who beheaded Gideon Akaluka also beheaded the Southern economy when he had the opportunity. The North sees him as their hatchet man. They are coming.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by FreQ: 9:24am On Mar 13
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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by jarawa: 9:32am On Mar 13
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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by lathrowinger(m): 9:41am On Mar 13
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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by dawnomike(m): 10:03am On Mar 13
Nigeria is simply like a game of chess where the masses do not matter to the officials... So i stopped troubling my head a long time ago!
The, I woke up and decided to port from the camp of the masses.. This is not disloyalty in anyway, i call it - Survival!!! grin

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by mrvitalis(m): 10:08am On Mar 13
If we in the south obey simple zoning to promote equity this things won't be an issue even

The only reason why north is even concerning runing is cos south is not United ....why is south not United the turn of the south east are not respected by the yorubas

Who do u blame the igbos that is insisting on their turn or yorubas that want to take igbos turn after having theirs ?

As it's stands now their is nothing like south ....it's better sanusi or any northerner rule than yorubas takes Igbo turn ...simple

U guys should quit calling for southern unity when u are the ones separating the south

Igbos have always followed equity n have always respected zoning even against our own ojukwu ...so why can't others

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by purefacti: 10:14am On Mar 13
is time for every body to go their separate ways
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by tppzzy01(m): 10:20am On Mar 13
In as much that I saw in the post that Sanusi will modernize Nigeria and not the north alone, then the north will take credit for the modernization...am not angry with that. All I want to see is Nigeria to grow.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by StaffofOrayan(m): 10:20am On Mar 13
Your mistake is that you think southerners are thinkers,
Just fully reading what you wrote would discourage 50% of them,
I think all those years of military rule has made us subservient, so we think like stressed lab rats.
A typical Southerner cannot connect dots so he pretends to be religious, and religion is the opium of the foolish.
He doesn't ask why Southerners in America and Europe keep breaking records but back home his life is in shambles
He has become too afraid to demand freedom (minus ipob), he would rather pick on his peers and compare his miserable existence with other southern tribe, he lives in squalor and in decay and creeks and the 'once great' cities of the South West,
Alas! he has become a content slave. Our heroes used to fighters, not the caliber of Tinubu!

Sanusi is a jihadist, but most people's idea of a jihadist is Shekau and Bagdadi.
Connect the dots fooolish southerners!!!
If you think Hausa's that have been thoroughly conquered would understand what is going on, then you are even more dumb than expected.

Sanusi says what every 15 years old in the South knows and suddenly idiotsss are championing him for president.

Una slavery just start!

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by StaffofOrayan(m): 10:21am On Mar 13
Sanusi would not modernize anything!!!
What exactly has he ever modernized?



tppzzy01:
In as much that I saw in the post that Sanusi will modernize Nigeria and not the north alone, then the north will take credit for the modernization...am not angry with that. All I want to see is Nigeria to grow.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Asuito7(m): 11:34am On Mar 13
I tired for them (southerners). Guess they have never learned their lesson that those people(northerners) don't give a goddamn f**k about them. Crying more than the bereaved. A man who subjected himself to the office of traditional institution knowing too well what he stand to benefit(money, fame, cars,prestige etc.) and what he stand to lose should he be found wanting.
I guess Nigerians don't know that a traditional ruler and a religious leader should be apolitical in their dealings with these dirty game players thereby maintaining your honor, respect and seat. And becoming a father to all in your domain.
Nigerians should just let the man be. Probably in his sober moments he will REFLECTS whether he spoke the truth or HALF-TRUTH(which in it self is not truth). And should he have spoken the truth did he WALK the TRUTH himself?
And to those Nigerians calling for him to be the president I just want to say this: you guys have not learned your lessons and will yet not learn because why - A LEADER IS A REFLECTION OF THE MAJORITY OF THE MASSES
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 11:51am On Mar 13
mrvitalis:
If we in the south obey simple zoning to promote equity this things won't be an issue even

The only reason why north is even concerning runing is cos south is not United ....why is south not United the turn of the south east are not respected by the yorubas

Who do u blame the igbos that is insisting on their turn or yorubas that want to take igbos turn after having theirs ?

As it's stands now their is nothing like south ....it's better sanusi or any northerner rule than yorubas takes Igbo turn ...simple

U guys should quit calling for southern unity when u are the ones separating the south

Igbos have always followed equity n have always respected zoning even against our own ojukwu ...so why can't others
Of all the many reasons nigeria will not work, I can say the most obvious reason is that while the core north has an agenda, the west and the east just have mere interests...and then the middle belt have been suppressed, its like they don't even know what to do anymore. None of these appears beneficial to all.

Having said that, irrespective of who gets the presidency, every other region can never be pacified, either due to total disdain or just unnecessary rivalry.

The most beneficial solution is outright disintegration; peradventure we decide to merge in 20/50/100 years time, it will be based on concrete fundamentals whose results will be clear, logical and measurable.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 11:52am On Mar 13
purefacti:
is time for every body to go their separate ways
Exactly

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 11:56am On Mar 13
tppzzy01:
In as much that I saw in the post that Sanusi will modernize Nigeria and not the north alone, then the north will take credit for the modernization...am not angry with that. All I want to see is Nigeria to grow.
Modernization is a subjective issue. It now begs the question, on whose definition are we to adjudge it?

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by BigIyanga: 12:05pm On Mar 13
StaffofOrayan:
Your mistake is that you think southerners are thinkers,
Just fully reading what you wrote would discourage 50% of them,
I think all those years of military rule has made us subservient, so we think like stressed lab rats.
A typical Southerner cannot connect dots so he pretends to be religious, and religion is the opium of the foolish.
He doesn't ask why Southerners in America and Europe keep breaking records but back home his life is in shambles
He has become too afraid to demand freedom (minus ipob), he would rather pick on his peers and compare his miserable existence with other southern tribe, he lives in squalor and in decay and creeks and the 'once great' cities of the South West,
Alas! he has become a content slave. Our heroes used to fighters, not the caliber of Tinubu!

Sanusi is a jihadist, but most people's idea of a jihadist is Shekau and Bagdadi.
Connect the dots fooolish southerners!!!
If you think Hausa's that have been thoroughly conquered would understand what is going on, then you are even more dumb than expected.

Sanusi says what every 15 years old in the South knows and suddenly idiotsss are championing him for president.

Una slavery just start!
You are one of those uninformed ‘thinkers’.. Southerners in the US are the most ignorant, least educated and unhealthiest... so how are they breaking record?
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by XANDERBOY85: 12:09pm On Mar 13
Donelli:

Of all the many reasons nigeria will not work, I can say the most obvious reason is that while the core north has an agenda, the west and the east just have mere interests...and then the middle belt have been suppressed, its like they don't even know what to do anymore. None of these appears beneficial to all.

Having said that, irrespective of who gets the presidency, every other region can never be pacified, either due to total disdain or just unnecessary rivalry.

The most beneficial solution is outright disintegration; peradventure we decide to merge in 20/50/100 years time, it will be based on concrete fundamentals whose results will be clear, logical and measurable.

Regarding agenda and interests....i think all that is in relation to the elite of the respective regions! Can’t speak for the masses of other regions, but those of the south-east have a agenda: total restructuring or outright secession!
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by StaffofOrayan(m): 12:14pm On Mar 13
BigIyanga:

You are one of those uninformed ‘thinkers’.. Southerners in the US are the most ignorant, least educated and unhealthiest... so how are they breaking record?

Here they come, defenders of slavery, here to tell us how lucky we are for living like farm animals,

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Infant and maternal deaths in rural south west Nigeria: a ...
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In 2017, the infant mortality rate in the United States was 5.8 deaths per 1,000 live births.Mar 27, 2019
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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 12:38pm On Mar 13
XANDERBOY85:


Regarding agenda and interests....i think all that is in relation to the elite of the respective regions! Can’t speak for the masses of other regions, but those of the south-east have a agenda: total restructuring or outright secession!
Politics of nigeria is of the elites, by the elites and for the elites. It's never about the masses.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 12:42pm On Mar 13
BigIyanga:

You are one of those uninformed ‘thinkers’.. Southerners in the US are the most ignorant, least educated and unhealthiest... so how are they breaking record?
I think he means nigerian immigrants in the US and Europe.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Guestlander: 12:42pm On Mar 13
BigIyanga:

You are one of those uninformed ‘thinkers’.. Southerners in the US are the most ignorant, least educated and unhealthiest... so how are they breaking record?

I think he meant Nigerian immigrants from the south.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by sammyj: 12:48pm On Mar 13
Hmmmm. Food for thought indeed!!!
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by delpee(f): 12:57pm On Mar 13
Hmmm! We need to put on our thinking caps indeed.
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Gjrich(m): 1:18pm On Mar 13
Donelli:
I am the kind of person that does not let events fly without reflecting on them. This whole drama in the last few days, as has been several others in the past, is stamped all around with different shades of conspiracy. Many atrocities are being perpetrated in the country which the MSM deliberately refuses to carry, and then two events related to the dethronement and the Oshiomole ousting have been splashed in our faces in order to keep us from seeing what is really going on.

Time will tell, but the aim of this thread is a post I came across and think we should all see.

When I see most of us down south already singing songs of SLS being a good candidate for the presidency over a few hypocritical speeches, I shake my head in pity because we never learn. Maybe nigerians deserve the kind of leadership they get after all. cry

Feel free to support/oppose the cases the author presented, but I choose enlightenment over pettiness.

I separated the cases in different paragraphs so those of us who have a short attention span for long posts can easily glance through.


I pity Southerners
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by FrLukas(m): 1:57pm On Mar 13
So here's what I think.

It is either you actually believe this write up which make you very paranoid in my opinion

Or you know it contains a lot of half truths and outright falsehood which makes you mischievous.

Either way, I see that you are aggressively yanking the chain of calamity.

First, you implied that Sanusi targeted Southern banks as the then CBN governor just to make sure that the south doesn't rise.

Then you tell us that he actually targeted Southern banks only because he wanted t get back at their CEOs.

This alone changes the narrative of what you are trying to tell us.

What exactly are you saying?

Are you saying that Cecilia Ibru wasn't corrupt?

Are you saying that the court was wrong?

Are you saying that Olusegun Obasanjo who was the President at the time (I believe) was also playing to the northern agenda?

While I won't rule out any extended and complicated mind games by the Northern oligarchy to keep power come 2023, I think your narrative might be a little off.

Yes, Sanusi is all over the news today.

I give it a couple of weeks more at the very most. And it is already very dead news...and this is just 2020.

I know you'll say before 2023, they'll plan other shenanigans, but it begs the question, why sack the man now?

Why not wait until 2022 at the most so that the man will just morph into a political gladiator after having used his position and prominence as an Emir up until 2022 to continue "speaking out for the truth" that seems to have endeared him to the people?

Why sack him now?

Nigerians don't have long term memory.

By 2022/23 they've forgotten about this case like it never happened.

That's my take.
Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Donelli: 2:17pm On Mar 13
FrLukas:
So here's what I think.

It is either you actually believe this write up which make you very paranoid in my opinion

Or you know it contains a lot of half truths and outright falsehood which makes you mischievous.

Either way, I see that you are aggressively yanking the chain of calamity.

First, you implied that Sanusi targeted Southern banks as the then CBN governor just to make sure that the south doesn't rise.

Then you tell us that he actually targeted Southern banks only because he wanted t get back at their CEOs.

This alone changes the narrative of what you are trying to tell us.

What exactly are you saying?

Are you saying that Cecilia Ibru wasn't corrupt?

Are you saying that the court was wrong?

Are you saying that Olusegun Obasanjo who was the President at the time (I believe) was also playing to the northern agenda?

While I won't rule out any extended and complicated mind games by the Northern oligarchy to keep power come 2023, I think your narrative might be a little off.

Yes, Sanusi is all over the news today.

I give it a couple of weeks more at the very most. And it is already very dead news...and this is just 2020.

I know you'll say before 2023, they'll plan other shenanigans, but it begs the question, why sack the man now?

Why not wait until 2022 at the most so that the man will just morph into a political gladiator after having used his position and prominence as an Emir up until 2022 to continue "speaking out for the truth" that seems to have endeared him to the people?

Why sack him now?

Nigerians don't have long term memory.

By 2022/23 they've forgotten about this case like it never happened.

That's my take.
Those who have been in the banking sector can tell us better. But for now I'll say time will tell.

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by saaron(m): 2:49pm On Mar 13
Op have said it all.
I said this several times and I will say it again; Taqiyya (Lies and Deception) is Islamist Jihadist biggest tool of warfare.
Jihadist will lie about any thing to potray themselves as liberal reformist but their actions will ALWAYS expose them for who they really are.
Fellow Nigerians, Sanusi is not what you think he is as we can see from Op's expose. The guy is nothing but a wolf in sheep clothing. A snake, a covert Jihadist and a bloody terrorist.
Sanusi has been commissioned by northern terrorist lords to continue from where buhari stopped and lead the Jihad against Middle Belt and Southern Nigeria.
Those who have ears, let them hear.
ONE NIGERIA IS DEAD!

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by backnbeta(f): 3:30pm On Mar 13
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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by Islamist: 3:59pm On Mar 13
saaron:
Op have said it all.
I said this several times and I will say it again; Taqiyya (Lies and Deception) is Islamist Jihadist biggest tool of warfare.
Jihadist will lie about any thing to potray themselves as liberal reformist but their actions will ALWAYS expose them for who they really are.
Fellow Nigerians, Sanusi is not what you think he is as we can see from Op's expose. The guy is nothing but a wolf in sheep clothing. A snake, a covert Jihadist and a bloody terrorist.
Sanusi has been commissioned by northern terrorist lords to continue from where buhari stopped and lead the Jihad against Middle Belt and Southern Nigeria.
Those who have ears, let them hear.
ONE NIGERIA IS DEAD!


You mentioned me

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Re: Beware Of Sanusi: Lesson For All Southerners And The Middle Belt by enyi1: 4:19pm On Mar 13
Donelli:
I am the kind of person that does not let events fly without reflecting on them. This whole drama in the last few days, as has been several others in the past, is stamped all around with different shades of conspiracy. Many atrocities are being perpetrated in the country which the MSM deliberately refuses to carry, and then two events related to the dethronement and the Oshiomole ousting have been splashed in our faces in order to keep us from seeing what is really going on.

Time will tell, but the aim of this thread is a post I came across and think we should all see.

When I see most of us down south already singing songs of SLS being a good candidate for the presidency over a few hypocritical speeches, I shake my head in pity because we never learn. Maybe nigerians deserve the kind of leadership they get after all. cry

Feel free to support/oppose the cases the author presented, but I choose enlightenment over pettiness.

I separated the cases in different paragraphs so those of us who have a short attention span for long posts can easily glance through.

We in SE&SS would rather support him same way you guys supported Buhari knowing fully well he has nothing to offer. But for your (SW) selfish political interest. My friend there's nothing like South bcuz we are not together with you guys. It's either SE /SS produces the next president or North should rule in perpetuity with our full support! Rather than support Tunubu, Osibanjo, Fashola and the rest of your folks warming up, we rather take our chances up North and hope for the best. Thank you.

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