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Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by unikprince(m): 9:31am On Apr 08
That useless vulturebbq griller haven't learnt his own lesson because of the 30k monthly peanut he takes home. grin grin angry
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Jackson105: 9:33am On Apr 08
Shabaleen:
E be like say this people don dey get sense small small! Honestly speaking, i think we need prayers before 2023. All these politicians has failed us and dont deserve second chance, though i think GEJ will be a good choice!!

I think brain is a better choice for you, you need one urgently.

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Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by gurunlocker: 9:35am On Apr 08
These guys are pest!


They use some irrelevant tactics to blackmail people when election is close... What do they mean by voting for someone that cares for them? You want another northerner as the president?
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Accountantikye: 9:38am On Apr 08
alexpumpin:

Fuccccccck you!!!
bros be calming down oooh
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Fiscus105: 9:40am On Apr 08
Jack005:
I will always say it that most times it doesn't really matter where the president comes from,if the president is a patriot, he will deem it fit to carry every section of the country along. Buhari is not just an unpatriotic wicked, and self centered, but a curse and a disaster to this great nation.


They doing it cos of political appointments and juicy contracts, often these two factors dnt have long term positive impacts on social economy situations of region the president comes from
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Thunderfayayou: 9:42am On Apr 08
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by INCREDIBLE007(m): 9:44am On Apr 08
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by AnanseK(m): 9:52am On Apr 08
wingmanIII:
Stupid parasites! Let's go our separate ways.
Wonder why this people are so scared to be on their own.
Arrogant, empty bastards!!!!

Few days of food boycott from North your people were facing starvation and begging , I wonder who is the parasite.
No one is scared of parting with you criminals, but we know that separation is a failure. The north is still hopeful that you will be civilized enough to know that.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by ddeola: 9:53am On Apr 08
Confused prof, wetin make south com dey talk if if dey yarn dis okpata. undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by ukahrawah: 9:58am On Apr 08
richiemcgold:
in a nutshell for those who couldn't read it all; what the NEF is saying is that Buhari's administration has failed! ..and this has taught the north a bitter lesson!

They don't want to vote for Sai Baba again?

Too much wahala can wind Northern sense to good reasoning.

The day their leaders and subjects get to learn that you don't own Nigeria, you're not born to rule, your Rugga trick can't work in the South, Islam is a religion of choice, not imposition, the day they realize that education is the greatest tool for self liberation & emancipation, that's the day the North shall see the light in Nigeria. Any crooked manipulation outside these would end in premiums tears for them.

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Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by samwillyco1(m): 10:04am On Apr 08
Interesting to Note that the of you people created is touching you people aas well
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by wingmanIII: 10:05am On Apr 08
AnanseK:


Few days of food boycott from North your people were facing starvation and begging , I wonder who is the parasite.
No one is scared of parting with you criminals, but we know that separation is a failure. The north is still hopeful that you will be civilized enough to know that.

How and why is separation a failure?
Where we meant to be together in the first place?
Do we have anything binding us together?
You are parasites. You claim you have food, go your way with your food. We will happily starve.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by membranus: 10:12am On Apr 08
This Ango, like most of our old leaders, is still living in the past. The common public opinion has since moved past this united Nigeria rhetoric he is promoting here.

The leaders have failed, the government has failed the people, and there is no hope that the corrupt leadership can ever change from their selfish agenda.That is why there is anarchy in the land because the youths are idle.

It is time all the regions sit peacefully at a round table to determine the future of the country before it got completely destroyed by unrestrained anger.

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Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Oizatobad(m): 10:20am On Apr 08
Shabaleen:
E be like say this people don dey get sense small small! Honestly speaking, i think we need prayers before 2023. All these politicians has failed us and dont deserve second chance, though i think GEJ will be a good choice!!
hhhhhhmmmmm sorry ooooooooooo
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by ensamy(m): 10:21am On Apr 08
They claim to feed the South and after they did the food blockade wetin happen. No be them suffer am ?? All thier food items perished and they couldn't sell anywhere else grin grin grin Dem try to sell to neighbouring countries e no work. grin grin angry grin
"e choke dem "

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Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Yankee101: 10:21am On Apr 08
Few were as good to them as Goodluck
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by NiceMen: 10:28am On Apr 08
alexpumpin:


Fuccccccck you!!!
yes, yes... fucckkk you too!
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by iammolise(m): 10:39am On Apr 08
This is just one faction talking, the rest would have a more traditional predilection... Go fvck urselves.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Bigseven(m): 10:42am On Apr 08
Which lesson..? It's all lie and deception. You want to lure other regoins and trap them with nepotism ....
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by OrdinaryNigeria(m): 11:20am On Apr 08
Shabaleen:
E be like say this people don dey get sense small small! Honestly speaking, i think we need prayers before 2023. All these politicians has failed us and dont deserve second chance, though i think GEJ will be a good choice!!
Gej is a stupid choice.
He wud come and apend 4 years and power back to the north ba!

U too wise. Una too wise
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by OrdinaryNigeria(m): 11:22am On Apr 08
Fear core north.
All these is to calm de nerve of the nepotistic, money sapping, jihad waging intent of them.

Pls we shud wake up.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by sojfarm: 11:35am On Apr 08
See professor and former vc that looks like the leader of BH
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by temi1526: 11:39am On Apr 08
alexpumpin:

Fuccccccck you!!!


YES YES!!!!!!!! Bleep YOU TOO.

I thought I should complete the lines.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Duplexxx: 11:54am On Apr 08
Lessons grin grin grin
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by sukieboy(f): 12:01pm On Apr 08
iwaeda:


https://www.vanguardngr.com/2021/04/2023-not-business-as-usual-weve-learnt-our-lessons-northern-elders/amp/

There are many nations in Nigeria and that is the Koko of the matter. This man has said nothing about Nigeria as a nation but just Nigeria as a collection of nations of which the north is the prima dominus.
Very sad thing for Nigeria. Buhari's ideosyncracies have caused all these latent vices to precipitate and take front burner Insitu.

Perhaps Prof Ango should be taught morality in the sharing of national wealth. Is the Niger Delta oil really a common wealth ? Is it a spoil of the Nigerian Civil war? The North continues to be the North, naively thinking that the south still remains the South. Perhaps another civil war will correct the injustices and put an end to theis national stupidity.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by DedeNkem: 12:12pm On Apr 08
What have they done about the insecurities in the North? Nothing.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by dederocs(m): 12:15pm On Apr 08
Stories, everyone know North is the area that vote 100% based on religious/tribal inclinations.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by lasisi69: 12:53pm On Apr 08
grin
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by berbs: 1:34pm On Apr 08
Una never learn anything.
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by rennylaw(m): 1:39pm On Apr 08
alexpumpin:


Fuccccccck you!!!

Bleep you toooooooo !!!!!!!! grin grin grin grin grin
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by chaloskyx: 2:56pm On Apr 08
NO YOU HAVE NOT YOU GUYS ARE THE ONES BRINGING THIS COUNTRY DOWN THE BEST WAY TO ENSURE YOU HAVE LEARNT YOUR LESSON IS TO GO OUR SEPERATE WAYS
Re: 2023 Not Business As Usual, We’ve Learnt Our Lessons — Northern Elders by Famousdex1: 4:52pm On Apr 08
Keep your lesson till after 8 years again

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