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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by BUHARImyDOG: 6:04am On Oct 04, 2020
Eriggs:
ur head correct wella

TINIBU SLAVE your eye go clear soon

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by dingbang(m): 6:18am On Oct 04, 2020
The same idiots shouting NOI to the world are still the same people clamouring for wickedness to rule Nigeria. Nigerians sef
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Born2Breed(f): 6:30am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again

Thats politics for you.
No real idealogy just AGIP.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Jones4190(m): 6:31am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again
some of the governor are there because of Nuhu Ribado, he is an APC member and TINUBU close friend

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by chamboy(m): 6:32am On Oct 04, 2020
SpecialAdviser:
grin grin grin grin All for his money.

Anyway whoever get APC ticket will determine what direction PDP can take.

For me Obi/Kwankwanso ticket will be a good deal.

NO MORE NORTH LEADERSHIP FOR NOW.

ELEMELU/FAYEMI
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by coronavirus19: 6:33am On Oct 04, 2020
This is the exact reason why Nigeria would never grow until the people knows what they truly want and act. Truly the people don’t know what they want. I tell u majority of Nigerians are so contented with a mediocre life and living. How would one be expecting just one man to change everything. The change starts from you, me and all Nigerians. If we keep recycling the same old men into power, we are just delaying our progress
myBraine:
Can still contest or will still contest?

Who else is more prepared to rule this country if not for Atiku?

An aspirant that spent 9 months in Dubai. He has mastered all their major secrets and pocketed their IPs. A vote in Atiku is a vote for progress in Nigeria. An aspirant that took his time to travel to faraway Asia to learn and master how development works, just imagine what he'll do once he's elected into office.

In Atiku we trust.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by allthingsgood: 6:37am On Oct 04, 2020
myBraine:
Can still contest or will still contest?

Who else is more prepared to rule this country if not for Atiku?

An aspirant that spent 9 months in Dubai. He has mastered all their major secrets and pocketed their IPs. A vote in Atiku is a vote for progress in Nigeria. An aspirant that took his time to travel to faraway Asia to learn and master how development works, just imagine what he'll do once he's elected into office.

In Atiku we trust.

Not we, only you.
I rather vote for igodomigodo grin
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Arabaincubus: 6:46am On Oct 04, 2020
All we know is that Aso Rock is not an Emirate for Fulani Princes. Those pushing him are enemies of Nigeria. He can join the rank of elderstatesmen in the advisory corner.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by ThreeBlackBird: 6:52am On Oct 04, 2020
Meninmen:


Lol. The game actually was never to give the igbos. They may get the VP slot. North will retain power, that is non-negotiable. You should be asking where that leaves the Yorubas and Tinubu.

Even if Tinubu and the Yorubas lose out of 2023, how does that solve your own problem? A VP slot? So much for Igbos and bravery.

The cowardice of the Igbos is surprising and disappointing. How would you say, "the game was never to give the Igbos?" Which useless game would marginalise a region since 1999 and when will the game end?

It's a shame that the Igbos and anyone at all are playing that game.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by AbuAeesha: 6:53am On Oct 04, 2020
myBraine:
Can still contest or will still contest?

Who else is more prepared to rule this country if not for Atiku?

An aspirant that spent 9 months in Dubai. He has mastered all their major secrets and pocketed their IPs. A vote in Atiku is a vote for progress in Nigeria. An aspirant that took his time to travel to faraway Asia to learn and master how development works, just imagine what he'll do once he's elected into office.

In Atiku we trust.
did you went with him on these trips and knew what he was actually doing? I just want to know
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by AbuAeesha: 6:55am On Oct 04, 2020
NobleAngell:
Oh God! Not again. These selfish ancestors are still struggling to remain leaders and our visionless youths are supporting them. Just look at the third poster above me. Pathetic, to say the least.
that third poster seems to be going nut
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by AbuAeesha: 6:56am On Oct 04, 2020
AroleOduduwa2:
Pdp and apc will collapse before 2023, there will be a third force who will take the country come 2023.
awon prophecy international!
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by AbuAeesha: 6:59am On Oct 04, 2020
sulaak:
When will they stop chopping Atiku money grin grin
do you think it's his hard earned legitimate money
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by NwokoloOwa: 6:59am On Oct 04, 2020
[q1uote author=AllTheWayUp post=94584570] grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

[b]APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again

[q1uote author=AllTheWayUp post=94584570]

Definitely alot of realignment is expected as we approach 2023.

But remember that Atiku's son got married to Ribadu's daughter. Ribadu himself is leader of APC in Adamawa State and a former presidential candidate of ACN. You can see the strong APC connection Atiku notwithstanding.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Okoroawusa: 7:00am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again
This one dey see APC for him dreams
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by stevedeey(m): 7:03am On Oct 04, 2020
So that PDP can become second again? Second no dey tire this Secondus. Continue
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Holamilekan97(m): 7:05am On Oct 04, 2020
myBraine:
Can still contest or will still contest?

Who else is more prepared to rule this country if not for Atiku?

An aspirant that spent 9 months in Dubai. He has mastered all their major secrets and pocketed their IPs. A vote in Atiku is a vote for progress in Nigeria. An aspirant that took his time to travel to faraway Asia to learn and master how development works, just imagine what he'll do once he's elected into office.

In Atiku we trust.

Shey ori yin o buru sha egbon?

Which Atiku Bruh? Abeg talk for yourself. Which one is "In Atiku we trust". You and who? All of em na bastard APC and PDP dem be werey. If PDP no fit produce another candidate better than this Atiku, then I see APC winning the shit again.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Okoroawusa: 7:05am On Oct 04, 2020
If an igbo is not PDP candidate in 2023 then I don't know what else to tell my people

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Zazzzu(m): 7:11am On Oct 04, 2020
don't u guys think its time we try an igbo president.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by oyatz(m): 7:12am On Oct 04, 2020
irepnaija4eva:



The presidency was micro zoned to the southwest 1999..
The southwest betrayed the south south 2015 with a hidden agender to become president 2023..
If the south west can't support the southeast, or better still the south south my brother, let the North continue..


But all the same,, am in for a better president irrespective of any geographic zone his from..

Bros, stop this your lies.

There was nothing like microzoning of the Presidency in 1999 as Dr Alex Ekwueme, Jim Nwobodo, Philip Asiodu, Gharam-Douglas and Don Etiebet spent their time, energy and money to campaign accross the length and breadth of Nigeria requesting PDP heavyweights in each State to support their candidacies.
They were however defeated at 1999 the PDP Jos Convention .

The S/West is not your problem. Go and negotiate with the PDP to support your aspiration.


You are free to vote for any Northerners but stop this your childish blackmail of the S/West.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by oyatz(m): 7:13am On Oct 04, 2020
Zazzzu:
don't u guys think its time we try an igbo president.

Tell that to National Governor of the PDP, Nyesome Wike.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Intrepid01(m): 7:13am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again

Baba, you may be right on what could possibly happen to APC. But let me tell you for a fact, it is becoming very clear by the day and even the northern oligarchs are feeling it, Presidency is coming to the south. Maybe you don’t even understand the reason for the recent increase in the agitation for the break up of Nigeria, they are putting the heat on some people. Those that might be behind that coordinated agitation are getting results, as the tone of even the northern cabals have changed on possible dissolution. Meanwhile those who know will tell you it isn’t about the people, some politicians are behind the scene working. You think Wike too doesn’t want to give Presidency a short? So it will be difficult for him to surrender a party, he and some few rescued from dying after 2015, to a northern candidate to contest. Even in 2019 when it was more sensible, he didn’t want Atiku, is it now 2023, when it rightfully belongs to the south? Forget it 2023 Presidency is coming to the South. Quote for reference!

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by Moikiitos: 7:16am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again

No bi news, we don know already undecided
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by oyatz(m): 7:17am On Oct 04, 2020
kcnwaigbo:

Did Zulum tell anyone he is not going for another term as Governor.All this Zulum VP stuff is very funny.Anyway the presidency is returning to the north in 2023 so all this projection does not really matter

I guess you are the man in charge of the Presidency to determine where you will return it to?
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by chamboy(m): 7:22am On Oct 04, 2020
Intrepid01:


Baba, you may be right on what could possibly happen to APC. But let me tell you for a fact, it is becoming very clear by the day and even the northern oligarchs are feeling it, Presidency is coming to the south. Maybe you don’t even understand the reason for the recent increase in the agitation for the break up of Nigeria, they are putting the heat on some people. Those that might be behind that coordinated agitation are getting results, as the tone of even the northern cabals have changed on possible dissolution. Meanwhile those who know will tell you it isn’t about the people, some politicians are behind the scene working. You think Wike too doesn’t want to give Presidency a short? So it will be difficult for him to surrender a party, he and some few rescued from dying after 2015, to a northern candidate to contest. Even in 2019 when it was more sensible, he didn’t want Atiku, is it now 2023, when it rightfully belongs to the south? Forget it 2023 Presidency is coming to the South. Quote for reference!
I think Secondus just acted foolish for endorsing Atiku. A counter act by APC to field southeast/southsouth(west) candidacy can destroy PDP's hope.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by chamboy(m): 7:26am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again


Yes, the Northern Politicians wants Atiku regardless of party they will support Atiku and most likely decamp if they have to but APC -South Agenda is to take away power from the North and if they have to field all two southerners for P/VP they'll do it. 2023 is an Anti-North agenda "enough is enough"
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by omenka(m): 7:26am On Oct 04, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
grin grin grin grin
Did u see the large number of APC Northern Governors at Atiku's child wedding today.
Only zombies wi still be fighting themselves over APC and PDP.

We have told u guys, that the Northern Oligarchs, Governors irrespective of party and power brokers are hell bent of returning power back to PDP in 2023.

APC is already inevitably dead, most Northern APC political office holders notably Govenrors and National Assembly members that left PDP in before 2015 election are already back in PDP with one foot---Quote me.
Nothing like APC again, Tinubu faction will also go back to their old ACN nomenclature, Buhari CPC loyalists are also fighting for their political relevant and survival before 2023, cos no more Buhari on the ballot box in 2023 election.
The likes of Amaechi will be reconciled with Wike in order to accommodate both factions into River PDP ahead 2023 while the inevitable APC break up and disintegration unfolds ahead of 2023---Quote me again
He began by saying only zombies fight for either parties and went on to fight doggedly for pdp. Does that mean you're a zombie? Because you just demonstrated what you thought you criticized.

Tinubu this, Tinubu that, while Abia has been a cesspit for eons. You guys have serious mental issues.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by expert555: 7:28am On Oct 04, 2020
stayclearofme:

Atiku ko Atiku ni.....the same Atiku that Obasanjo called a theif....una never start for this country. By the way who told you that he traveled to learn how development works? A man that has already traveled all his life is it now that he his learning how development works?...What a pity...the Kain youth the country produces.

Who is a saint in this country, I beg say something different
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by 2BONE: 7:28am On Oct 04, 2020
I know its no other person but the Professor himself @VP Osinbajo. the best thing that can happen to Nigeria in 2023 is if the Law Professor and NEC boss takes over the mantle of leadership from his Boss. this is a great project sincerely

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by omenka(m): 7:31am On Oct 04, 2020
stayclearofme:

Atiku ko Atiku ni.....the same Atiku that Obasanjo called a theif....una never start for this country. By the way who told you that he traveled to learn how development works? A man that has already traveled all his life is it now that he his learning how development works?...What a pity...the Kain youth the country produces.
According to that boy you quoted, staying in Dubai for an extended period of time is a criteria for good leadership.

I guess we can comfortably say Hushpuppy would make a better president than Atiku.

It is really unbelievable how daft some nairalanders is. So painful.

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Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by meine: 7:33am On Oct 04, 2020
myBraine:
Can still contest or will still contest?Who else is more prepared to rule this country if not for Atiku?

An aspirant that spent 9 months in Dubai. He has mastered all their major secrets and pocketed their IPs.
In Atiku we trust.
This is the dumbest post I have seen in a long while. What IP does DUBAI have? Is it that easy to steal trademarked IPs? Is it wise to elect an IP thief as Nigeria's president.

I hope this country is still redeemable.
Re: Secondus: Atiku Can Still Contest 2023 Presidential Election by omenka(m): 7:33am On Oct 04, 2020
irepnaija4eva:



The presidency was micro zoned to the southwest 1999..
The southwest betrayed the south south 2015 with a hidden agender to become president 2023..
If the south west can't support the southeast, or better still the south south my brother, let the North continue..


But all the same,, am in for a better president irrespective of any geographic zone his from..
South West BETRAYED South South?

The word BETRAYAL means one reneged on an agreement. Can you tell us the AGREEMENT the South West entered into with the SS which they betrayed?

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