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Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Gabkosh: 10:30am On Feb 23
Rerawor840:
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Thunder strike you fraudster Oloriibu
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by simplesearch: 10:35am On Feb 23
Hope Gumi can read this.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by CodeTemplar: 10:37am On Feb 23


“Their ammunition is out of this world. I’d never seen that kind of arms before in my life. They’ve different kinds of assorted weapons.”



Yet they want to tell us they are poor people. If they so poor and used to have legit businesses in the past, let them sell their "out of this world" ammunitions and start business, but no, they won't like that because they are just aiming for amnesty.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Gabkosh: 10:39am On Feb 23
SpatialKing:
Bandits are not violent please stop lieing..
Hahahahaha, they are friendly, the innocent protesters are the violent ones

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Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Onojanson(m): 10:42am On Feb 23
I hate to hear this governors giving advise on what should be done instead of doing. They can create and pay the hisba police to stop to alcohol consumtion but can't form a security agency to defend their people
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Tonitoniton(m): 10:44am On Feb 23
the worst thing to happen to any body is to fall into the hands of these evil men.

they will ensure u trek kilometers on end.

u will be starved

u will be constantly beating.

the women will be raped times without number, both in their private part and anus.

when the condition becomes very rough, they select one victim and kill, drain the blood and drink.

the reason the women were likely not raped is because they were muslims and it was equally an arrangement..

fulani no be am oo
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Patrioticman007(m): 10:49am On Feb 23
SpatialKing:
Bandits are not violent please stop lieing..

Hypocrisy has destroyed your English writing skills. Its Lying not lieing.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Jabioro: 10:49am On Feb 23
From hell to another greatest hell..
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Viknat(m): 10:52am On Feb 23
Since thn no get brain for Yahoo, na kidnap Dem come adopt as yahoo
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Jakumo(m): 10:54am On Feb 23
StaffofOrayan:
The govt should
The govt is supposed to
The govt will soon
The govt is proposing

A Panel of Experts has been convened.

The White Paper will be published.

Fact-Finding Delegations, and their entire families, are heading on junkets to Lichtenstein, Cayman Islands, and Dubai, with PLENTY estacode..

Share Holders, Elders and Dignitaries, have all been notified.

No stone will be left unturned, and no pubic hair left unshaved, as we search for the usual suspects with a fine-toothed comb.

Mopping-up operations are in progress, and further air-strikes will be administered as required to neutralize any stragglers in the area.

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Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Malawian(m): 10:57am On Feb 23
I blame Igbos for starting Nollywood, now Abokkki feel say dem don mature to act film for us.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Whytelyon(m): 10:58am On Feb 23
Wetin day do Fulani na one thing.

When you get to a place, and you see people are not in the mood for Issues, fight and the likes then, it turns out , they can actually do anything, they take people for a ride. Fulani does anything, anytime, and anyhow they like. When everyone here starts behaving like those Ghanaians, or the ones from CAR (Central african Rep.) or the other tribe from Mali, them go sha stop some nonsense way them day do.

Nigerians are people who do not want problems with anyone, I mean we have minor disagreements within us and some other bad eggs, but it does not mean all of us are like this Fulani is training people to be - At their own disadvantage.

The day Christians and other tribes will pick up arms as they always want and wish, the story sha, na just them go talk am.

Fulani Live and Let live, No do something way go pass una, Several tribes in West africa is waiting for an opportunity to show you things you have never seen before. Learn from Central africa , Learn from the Bambara Tribe, Learn from Ghana

If it happens in Nigeria, na Guinea Conakry where una from come una go return to. The same Middle belt, Cameroon and several other tribes who helped you to win a war against the Ibo tribe are your enemies today, Can you run this all alone?

My 2 Cents.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by ttbaba(m): 10:59am On Feb 23
They don yash yash those ladies....
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Okfrank25: 11:04am On Feb 23
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Whytelyon(m): 11:05am On Feb 23
SpatialKing:
Bandits are not violent please stop lieing..

You Joking right?
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Whytelyon(m): 11:09am On Feb 23
oluwasegun007:
And the business continues... undecided

Once cow pass again, another 800,000,000 will go down.
You sure say I no go start bandit business like this??
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Prevailing: 11:11am On Feb 23
StaffofOrayan:
The govt should
The govt is supposed to
The govt will soon
The govt is proposing


Lol You sound familiar...... Lai M....
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by SimplyFacts: 11:17am On Feb 23
“They beat our women too. There was one useless one among them who didn’t bother whether you’re a woman or a man before he started beating you.

He shall soon become lifeless & useless by the grace of God,, unless he changes for good
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by sayisayi(m): 11:20am On Feb 23
Naija - 250 million people kidnapped in broad daylight by our fulfulde/British overlords
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by TemmyT002(m): 11:41am On Feb 23
Can't anyone see the irony?
These kidnappers need money right? How did they get the money to buy weapons that even the Nigerian military don't have? "
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by Grovemaster: 11:49am On Feb 23
Niger state has less police presence while the road between owerri and portharcourt has over 25 check points with not less than 8 police men on each check point.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by IGoComotYaTeeth: 11:50am On Feb 23
Whytelyon:


You Joking right?
obviously
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by IGoComotYaTeeth: 11:55am On Feb 23
vibre:
Na only eyes una use see hell, una come dey cry like this? Make una imagine how e go come be when una enter inside the fire gan gan. Oga Righteousness go dey preach for una here, nobody go gree hear. All of una go dey waka upandan dey do anyhow. See una life nah
it's obvious you're an ajebo, Go to King's college Lagos or FGC Idoani and stay there for a term and see if u won't see hell fire on Earth fool
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by mattfeuter(m): 12:02pm On Feb 23
christejames:
And you didn't see Hell Rufai?




Poorly scripted movie manned by the half-witted Director Gumi, and a special appreciation to the producer Buharia.

My goodness!

I nearly died with laugher when I watched the interview. The poor actor was nearly smiling lol talking about how they were “tortured” daily grin grin

“These” people think we’re all stooopid. angry

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Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by INCREDIBLE007(m): 12:03pm On Feb 23
THIS CHANGE MANTRA
IS SERIOUS O
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by frog12: 12:06pm On Feb 23
these people are unqualified to be presidents and governors. look how people are suffering because of them
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by realstars: 12:09pm On Feb 23
Untill You Are Told That Boko Haram Are Taking Over The Land Up There.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by mechanics(m): 12:40pm On Feb 23
He said Niger State is grossly under policed, what is he doing to change that? What he does best is just to acquire properties to himself, and travel anyhow, no wonder residents of the state refers to him as a ghost governor.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by bluefilm: 12:46pm On Feb 23
That's actually good for some of you so that when you eventually end up in hell, it will no longer be a new thing for you.
Re: We Saw Hell In Captivity — Freed Niger Passengers by StaffofOrayan(m): 12:52pm On Feb 23
Jakumo:


A Panel of Experts has been convened.

The White Paper will be published.

Fact-Finding Delegations, and their entire families, are heading on junkets to Lichtenstein, Cayman Islands, and Dubai, with PLENTY estacode..

Share Holders, Elders and Dignitaries, have all been notified.

No stone will be left unturned, and no pubic hair left unshaved, as we search for the usual suspects with a fine-toothed comb.

Mopping-up operations are in progress, and further air-strikes will be administered as required to neutralize any stragglers in the area.


Hahaha
Classic!

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