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Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by olawalepopoola: 8:57am On Jun 16
NAMES OF THE 27 NEWLY APPOINTED APPEAL COURT JUDGES. - Hope For Nigeria
1) Justice P. A. Mahmoud, Benue State
2) Justice F. Ojo, Kwara State
3) Justice I. G. Abundaga Nasarawa State
4) Justice M. B. Idris, Niger State.
5) Justice A. M. Talba, Adamawa State.
6) Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali, Adamawa State.
7) Justice A. I. Adenyangtso, Taraba State.
8] Justice A. S. Umar, Kebbi state.
9) Justice O. Z. Senchi, Kebbi,
10) Justice A. M. Lamido, Sokoto state.
11) Justice B. B. Aliyu, Zamfara state.
12) Justice Ebowei Tobi, Delta State.
13) Justice G.O. Kolawole, Osun State.
14) Justices O. Itodo, Benue state.
15) Justice M. A. Abdul Gafar, Kwara state,
16) Justice D. D. Adeck Nasarawa state.
17) Justice D. G. Mann, Plateau state.
18) Justice D. G. Goji Adamawa state.
19) Justice Kadi U. B. Umar Adamawa state.
20) Justices Y. A. Bashir, Taraba state.
21) Justice Z. B. Abubakar, Kebbi state,
22) Justice I. M. Sani, Kaduna state.
23) Justice F. L. Adamu, Kano state.
24) Justice I. B. Ahmed Katsina state.
25) Justice M Y Uftsha'u, Zamfara state.
26) Justice P. O. Affen, Bayelsa state.
27) Justice O. A. Ipaye, Osun state.
Breakdown :
North.................23
South.................4
From the South:
South/South 2; South/West 2; South/East 0.
The same educationally disadvantaged North now has the best citizens to be so appointed.
It seems what divides us is stronger than what unites us. Let's not pretend, Nigeria can't work under a grossly polarising man, Buhari. - Hope For Nigeria

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Leemekzy(m): 8:58am On Jun 16
useless government.

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by akinbode1(m): 9:02am On Jun 16
The Government of the north, by the north and for the North. Buhari has not been fair in his appointment. Well, We are hoping for better Nigeria after this regime.
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Coldshisha: 9:02am On Jun 16
shocked


The game North is playing is very crazy.... They want to render the next Southern President useless and control him at will

North has more DIG and AIG than South so the next IG of police would mostly likely remain a Northerner for a long time

List of Military Generals it's also filled with Northerners

.

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Pierocash(m): 9:35am On Jun 16
Southern Nigeria is the most foolish region in Africa.

Since 1999 till now, south has ruled more than the North,yet ,just in few years they have taken over the whole sector without remorse.


Nigeria can never work ,quote me. The Injustice is too glaring,and the north is pursuing this dominance with rigour

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by babyfaceafrica: 9:38am On Jun 16
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by banom(m): 9:41am On Jun 16
God bless Nigeria. God bless president Buhari
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by nzeobi(m): 9:41am On Jun 16
Can a leopard ever change its spot the people I pity most are those expecting buhari to hand power to them

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by cocolacec(m): 10:00am On Jun 16
olawalepopoola:
NAMES OF THE 27 NEWLY APPOINTED APPEAL COURT JUDGES. - Hope For Nigeria
1) Justice P. A. Mahmoud, Benue State
2) Justice F. Ojo, Kwara State
3) Justice I. G. Abundaga Nasarawa State
4) Justice M. B. Idris, Niger State.
5) Justice A. M. Talba, Adamawa State.
6) Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali, Adamawa State.
7) Justice A. I. Adenyangtso, Taraba State.
8] Justice A. S. Umar, Kebbi state.
9) Justice O. Z. Senchi, Kebbi,
10) Justice A. M. Lamido, Sokoto state.
11) Justice B. B. Aliyu, Zamfara state.
12) Justice Ebowei Tobi, Delta State.
13) Justice G.O. Kolawole, Osun State.
14) Justices O. Itodo, Benue state.
15) Justice M. A. Abdul Gafar, Kwara state,
16) Justice D. D. Adeck Nasarawa state.
17) Justice D. G. Mann, Plateau state.
18) Justice D. G. Goji Adamawa state.
19) Justice Kadi U. B. Umar Adamawa state.
20) Justices Y. A. Bashir, Taraba state.
21) Justice Z. B. Abubakar, Kebbi state,
22) Justice I. M. Sani, Kaduna state.
23) Justice F. L. Adamu, Kano state.
24) Justice I. B. Ahmed Katsina state.
25) Justice M Y Uftsha'u, Zamfara state.
26) Justice P. O. Affen, Bayelsa state.
27) Justice O. A. Ipaye, Osun state.
Breakdown :
North.................23
South.................4
From the South:
South/South 2; South/West 2; South/East 0.
The same educationally disadvantaged North now has the best citizens to be so appointed.
It seems what divides us is stronger than what unites us. Let's not pretend, Nigeria can't work under a grossly polarising man, Buhari. - Hope For Nigeria

This was in 2019.Old news

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by cocolacec(m): 10:01am On Jun 16
babyfaceafrica:
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath

Judges have a law degree.

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by cocolacec(m): 10:04am On Jun 16
Buhari approves appointment of 18 Appeal Court judges

Below are the names of the new appointees with their states of origin and current positions.

1. Mohammed Danjuma (Niger State), Grand Kadi of the Niger State Sharia Court of Appeal

2. Muhammad Ibrahim Sirajo (Plateau), a judge of the High Count of Plateau State

3.Abdul-Azeez Waziri (Adamawa), a judge of the High Court of Adamawa State

4. Yusuf A. Bashir (Taraba), a judge of the High Court of Taraba State

5. Usman A. Musale (Yobe), a judge of the High Court of the F C.T., Abuja

6. Ibrahim Wakili Jauro (Yobe), a judge of the High Court of Yobe State

7. Abba Bello Mohammed (Kano State), a judge of the High Court of the F C.T., Abuja.

8. Bature Isah Gafai (Katsina), a judge of the Federal High Court

9. Danlami Zama Senchi (Kebbi), a judge of the High Court of the F C T., Abuja

10. Mohammed Lawal Abubakar (Sokoto), a judge of the High Court of Sokoto State

11. Hassan Muslim Sule (Zamfara), a judge of the Federal High Court

12. Kenneth Ikechukwu Amadi (Imo), a judge of the High Court of Imo State

13. Peter Oyinkenimiemi Affen (Bayelsa), a judge of the High Court of the F.C.T., Abuja

14. Sybil Onyeji Gbagi (Delta), a judge of the High Court of Lagos State

15. Olasunbo Goodluck (Lagos), a judge of the High Court of the F.C.T., Abuja

16. Adebukola Banjoko (Ogun), a judge of the High Court of the F.C.T., Abuja

17. Olabode Adegbehingbe (Ondo), a judge of the High Court of Ondo State

18. Bola Samuel Ademola (Ondo), a judge of the High Court of Ondo State.

https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/top-news/456941-buhari-approves-appointment-of-18-appeal-court-judges.html
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by psucc(m): 10:46am On Jun 16
cocolacec:


This was in 2019.Old news
So bring on the 2021 list.
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Akwamkpuruamu: 10:59am On Jun 16
babyfaceafrica:
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath

Do you join civil service and grow as a professional without going to school

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Owologbo(m): 11:54am On Jun 16
babyfaceafrica:
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath
You mean the north has more (capable) lawyers than the south?
Mean while, we hardly see a northern lawyer been employed by a northerner when they have a serious court case.

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by IGBOSON1: 12:04pm On Jun 16
Owologbo:

You mean the north has more (capable) lawyers than the south?
Mean while, we hardly see a northern lawyer been employed by a northerner when they have a serious court case.

Hehehehehe grin grin grin

Touché! wink

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by mbos: 1:18pm On Jun 16
babyfaceafrica:
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath
u are the most stupid on Earth
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by mbaise1000: 1:54pm On Jun 16
And things like ngige and umahi said there is no marginalization against igbos

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Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by obinoral1179(m): 1:57pm On Jun 16
Coldshisha:
shocked


The game North is playing is very crazy.... They want to render the next Southern President useless and control him at will

North has more DIG and AIG than South so the next IG of police would mostly likely remain a Northerner for a long time

List of Military Generals it's also filled with Northerners

.
you are right with this assertion... They will handicap the new president
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by obinoral1179(m): 1:58pm On Jun 16
babyfaceafrica:
When the North were joining civil service (army, police, judiciary), the South were going to school....this is the aftermath
judiciary and military are same now? If a country works well you won't want your enemy to even join any military in the world
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by omoalaro: 3:06pm On Jun 16
olawalepopoola:
NAMES OF THE 27 NEWLY APPOINTED APPEAL COURT JUDGES. - Hope For Nigeria
1) Justice P. A. Mahmoud, Benue State
2) Justice F. Ojo, Kwara State
3) Justice I. G. Abundaga Nasarawa State
4) Justice M. B. Idris, Niger State.
5) Justice A. M. Talba, Adamawa State.
6) Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali, Adamawa State.
7) Justice A. I. Adenyangtso, Taraba State.
8] Justice A. S. Umar, Kebbi state.
9) Justice O. Z. Senchi, Kebbi,
10) Justice A. M. Lamido, Sokoto state.
11) Justice B. B. Aliyu, Zamfara state.
12) Justice Ebowei Tobi, Delta State.
13) Justice G.O. Kolawole, Osun State.
14) Justices O. Itodo, Benue state.
15) Justice M. A. Abdul Gafar, Kwara state,
16) Justice D. D. Adeck Nasarawa state.
17) Justice D. G. Mann, Plateau state.
18) Justice D. G. Goji Adamawa state.
19) Justice Kadi U. B. Umar Adamawa state.
20) Justices Y. A. Bashir, Taraba state.
21) Justice Z. B. Abubakar, Kebbi state,
22) Justice I. M. Sani, Kaduna state.
23) Justice F. L. Adamu, Kano state.
24) Justice I. B. Ahmed Katsina state.
25) Justice M Y Uftsha'u, Zamfara state.
26) Justice P. O. Affen, Bayelsa state.
27) Justice O. A. Ipaye, Osun state.
Breakdown :
North.................23
South.................4
From the South:
South/South 2; South/West 2; South/East 0.
The same educationally disadvantaged North now has the best citizens to be so appointed.
It seems what divides us is stronger than what unites us. Let's not pretend, Nigeria can't work under a grossly polarising man, Buhari. - Hope For Nigeria

This is how you people are struggling to set Nigeria on fire with fake news. The truth is as below, government only filled vacant positions as a result of death or retirement.


*CAN’S CAMPAIGN OF CALUMNY ON THE SHORLISTED JUSTICES
OF THE COURT OF APPEAL*

The attention of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) has
been drawn to the insinuations and vituperations that trailed the shortlisting of 20
Justices-designate by the Federal Judicial Service Commission (FJSC). It would be
noted that except it is compelled to do so, the Council has often resisted joining issues with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) as a matter of principle.

This is because CAN has proved, times without number, its morbid hatred for
Islam and Muslims, its remarkable capacity for destructive mischief, its dexterous
use of scurrilous propaganda and its predilection for always being economical with
the truth as part of the sinister strategy of heating up the polity anytime a Muslim is at the helm of affairs.

It would be recalled that not too long ago, the Council was forced to expose the
marginalisation of Muslims in the successive Boards of the Nigerian Television
Authority (NTA) after CAN made one of its wild and mendacious allegations of
Christian marginalisation. It is actually a wicked strategy and unholy tactics to
accuse Muslims of marginalisation though Muslims are the ones being deliberately and systemically marginalised by Christians, who continue to consolidate on the colonial agenda of emasculating Muslims. However, NSCIA would not allow the serial falsehood of CAN and its propensity for character assassination of people on the basis of their religious identity to stand because truth is irrefragable.
To wit, the intransigence of CAN is playing out again in the deliberate distortion of the issues surrounding the shortlisted 20 Justices-designate. The grouse of CAN, as amplified by some hagiographers masquerading as opinion leaders, is that 13 of the 20 recently shortlisted Justices are from the North and are Muslims. Though the President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, on her honour stated unequivocally that the procedure of the appointment followed “due and
usual process” and that the recommendation “was done without any preference for tribe, creed or association”, mischief makers, ethnic jingoists and religious bigots resorted to blackmail. In venting their spleen against the development, CAN especially and its apologists choose to ignore the fact that Muslims are a minority in the religious composition of the Court of Appeal. In a statement filled with bile and bigotry, the so-called religious body expressed its “feelings of sadness, disgust and anger at the insensitivity demonstrated by the FJSC in compiling the list. It seems undeniable that the recklessness displayed by the FJSC suggests a steady and gradual descend (sic) to (sic) a process of Islamising the Judiciary of Nigeria.”
The unassailable truth is that Justices of the Court of Appeal (JCAs) are 70 but the North with 19 States has 34 while the South with 17 States has 36. The South thus has more JCAs than the North. Meanwhile, out of the 36 JCAs from the South West (where Muslims are a majority), South East and South South (in both of which Muslims have considerable indigenous populations), all the JCAs are Christians except for Justice Habeeb Adewale Abiru of Lagos state and Justice Mistura Bolaji-Yusuf of Oyo state. But in the three geo-political zones of the North where Muslims are predominant, there are 34 JCAs out of which 15 are Christians. In other words, the North East has 4 Muslim JCAs and 7 Christians, the North Central has 6 Muslim JCAs and 7 Christians while the North West has 9 Muslim JCAs and 1 Christian JCA. Of the 36 from the South, only 2 are Muslims.

*The names and details of the Justices are as follows:*
*NORTH EAST*
14. A. M. Talba Adamawa North East Muslim
15. Hussein Mukhtar Bauchi North East Muslim
16. Haruna S.Tsammani Bauchi North East Christian
17. Bitrus G.Sanga Bauchi North East Christian
18. A. G. Mshelia Borno North East Christian
19. Ibrahim S. Bdliya Borno North East Christian
20. Hamma Barka Gombe North East Christian
21. Y. B. Nimpar Gombe North East Christian
22. Mohammed Danjuma
Taraba North East Christian
23. I. A. Andenyangtso Taraba North East Christian
24 Mohammed Mustapha
Borno North East Muslim
*Total North East: 8 Christians, 3 Muslims*

*NORTH WEST*
25. Ali Abubakar Gumel Jigawa North West Muslim
26. Muhammed L.
Shuaibu
Jigawa North West Muslim
27. Abubakar Dati
Yahaya
Kaduna North West Muslim
28. James S. Abiriyi Kaduna North West Christian
29. T. Y. Hassan Kano North West Muslim
30. A. M. Bayero Kano North West Muslim
31. Abubakar Sadiq
Umar
Kebbi North West Muslim
32. Jamilu Y. Tukur Katsina North West Muslim
33. A. M. Lamido Sokoto North West Muslim
34. B. B. Aliyu Zamfara North West Muslim
*Total North West: 1 Christian, 9 Muslims*

*SOUTH EAST*
35 Raphael C. Agbo Enugu South East Christian
36 U.I Ndukwe-
Anyanwu
Anambra South East Christian
37 Chidi N. Uwa Abia South East Christian
38 C. E. Nwosu-Iheme Imo South East Christian
39 T.N Orji-Abadua Imo South East Christian
40 Obande F. Ogbuinya Ebonyi South East Christian
41 Uchechukwu Onyemanam
Ebonyi South East Christian
42 Onyekachi A. Otisi Abia South East Christian
43 C.I. Jombo-Ofo Abia South East Christian
44 Paul O. Elechi Ebonyi South East Christian
45 Ugochukwu A. Ogakwu
Enugu South East Christian
*Total South East: 11 Christians, 0 Muslim*

*SOUTH-SOUTH*
46 Ignatius I. Agube Cross River South South Christian
47 Rita N. Pemi Delta South South Christian
48 Ita George Mbaba Akwa Ibom South South Christian
49 Moore A. A.
Adumein
Bayelsa South South Christian
50 O.O. Daniel-Kalio Rivers South South Christian
51 Fatima O. Akinbami Edo South South Christian
52 Biobele A. Georgewill
Rivers South South Christian
53 Frederick O. Oho Delta South South Christian
54 Joseph E. Ekanem Akwa Ibom South South Christian
55 Abimbola O. Obaseki-Adejumo
Edo South South Christian
56 Boloukuromo M.
Ugo
Bayelsa South South Christian
57 Ebiowei Tobi Delta South South Christian
*Total South South: 12 Christians, 0 Muslim*

58 Jimi O. Bada Osun South West Christian
59 Oyebisi F. Omoleye Ekiti South West Christian
60 Mojeed A. Owoade Oyo South West Christian
61 A. O. Lokolo-Sodipe Ogun South West Christian
62 Isaiah O. Akeju Ekiti South West Christian
63 Tunde O. Awotoye Osun South West Christian
64 Habeeb A. O. Abiru Lagos South West Muslim
65 Peter O. Ige Oyo South West Christian
66 O. A. Adefope-
Okojie
Ogun South West Christian
67 Mistura O. Bolaji- Oyo South West Muslim
68 E. O. Williams-
Dawudu
Lagos South West Christian
69 Joseph O. Oyewole Osun South West Christian
70 Gabriel O. Kolawole Osun South West Christian

*Total South West: 11 Christians, 2 Muslims*

*Subtotal (Southern States): 34 Christians, 2 Muslims*

*Subtotal (Northern States plus FCT): 16 Christians, 18 Muslims*

*Grand Total of all JCAs: 50 Christians (71.4%), 20 Muslims
(28.6%)*

However, the three geopolitical zones of the South have only two Muslim JCAs
while the three geopolitical zones of the North have 15 Christian JCAs! Who is
wickedly intolerant?
The cacophony of Christian marginalisation that constitutes the sing-song of CAN
is a blatant lie, a deliberate distortion and a devilish strategy of shedding crocodile
tears or crying while flogging Muslims with bare-faced oppression and systemic
repression in Nigeria. Though religion preaches love, honesty, sincerity, tolerance,
good neighbourliness and kindness, among other virtues, CAN has succeeded in creating a Nigerian version of Christianity which is anchored on morbid hatred, undisguised dishonesty, caustic insincerity, religious intolerance, perennial hostility and outright wickedness. If CAN has its way, it would annihilate Muslims from Nigeria but one billion CANs of calumny unleashed against us cannot extinguish the light of Islam here and elsewhere, even if they try it!
This is the same strategy underpinning the needless hubbub over hijab in Kwara
state and elsewhere. It is given that the right to hijab is constitutionally guaranteed.
However, to CAN, constitutionality does not matter where intolerance festers and it has resorted to toe the path of violence. Section 38, Subsection 1 of the Nigerian Constitution (as amended in 2011) states categorically thus:

*Every person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion*… *(either alone or in community with
others, and in public and or in private) to manifest and propagate his religion or belief in worship, teaching practice and observance;*............


*NSCIA*
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by Misterone: 4:10pm On Jun 16
olawalepopoola:
NAMES OF THE 27 NEWLY APPOINTED APPEAL COURT JUDGES. - Hope For Nigeria
1) Justice P. A. Mahmoud, Benue State
2) Justice F. Ojo, Kwara State
3) Justice I. G. Abundaga Nasarawa State
4) Justice M. B. Idris, Niger State.
5) Justice A. M. Talba, Adamawa State.
6) Justices Kadi M. M. Alkali, Adamawa State.
7) Justice A. I. Adenyangtso, Taraba State.
8] Justice A. S. Umar, Kebbi state.
9) Justice O. Z. Senchi, Kebbi,
10) Justice A. M. Lamido, Sokoto state.
11) Justice B. B. Aliyu, Zamfara state.
12) Justice Ebowei Tobi, Delta State.
13) Justice G.O. Kolawole, Osun State.
14) Justices O. Itodo, Benue state.
15) Justice M. A. Abdul Gafar, Kwara state,
16) Justice D. D. Adeck Nasarawa state.
17) Justice D. G. Mann, Plateau state.
18) Justice D. G. Goji Adamawa state.
19) Justice Kadi U. B. Umar Adamawa state.
20) Justices Y. A. Bashir, Taraba state.
21) Justice Z. B. Abubakar, Kebbi state,
22) Justice I. M. Sani, Kaduna state.
23) Justice F. L. Adamu, Kano state.
24) Justice I. B. Ahmed Katsina state.
25) Justice M Y Uftsha'u, Zamfara state.
26) Justice P. O. Affen, Bayelsa state.
27) Justice O. A. Ipaye, Osun state.
Breakdown :
North.................23
South.................4
From the South:
South/South 2; South/West 2; South/East 0.
The same educationally disadvantaged North now has the best citizens to be so appointed.
It seems what divides us is stronger than what unites us. Let's not pretend, Nigeria can't work under a grossly polarising man, Buhari. - Hope For Nigeria
Trash, deceit and lies. Next time before Carrying out such deceitful analysis make sure you verify the initial spread or constituent of the Appeal court. Some of these states do not have judges in the appeal court either due to retirement or death. when appointments are then made does that means other States that have must be involve? Trash.
Re: Names Of The 27 Newly Appointed Appeal Court Judges. - Hope For Nigeria by mrsoludomeka(m): 5:32pm On Jun 16
The northerners are appointed in almost every position in nigeria.what an unfavourable useless fulani govornment.

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