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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Vulcanheph(m): 7:02am On Jun 28
DaInferno:
no pun intended, but how, what makes him the best?
Don't waste your time, he will never answer you , this is because he has no answer to give you .
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by techWriter2: 7:04am On Jun 28
Even his kids and the entire Daura will not vote him again
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Kondomatic(m): 7:05am On Jun 28
Alary:
Take it further back to 2011 , I will never have voted for Goodluck Jonathan, he is the origin of this issues, if his government were up and doing and at the same time not corrupt, we wont be where we are today.
Accept the responsibility for your actions instead looking for who to hang it on.

Jonathan is not the best but in what area is Buhari ahead of him that made you vote for him?

Jonathan failed in many places but even his corpse is better than a dozen of living Buhari.

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by moriss33(m): 7:08am On Jun 28
Your type never accepts the consequences of dia bad decisions.
You voted for a failure twice & ur here blaming GEJ
Were u forced to vote ??
Even after the first tenure when it was very glaring he had nothing to offer u still voted him again.
Now the corruption y'all were lamenting for under GEJ has tripled & una no fit protest or u get locked up.
Karma is a bitch.
Alary:
Take it further back to 2011 , I will never have voted for Goodluck Jonathan, he is the origin of this issues, if his government were up and doing and at the same time not corrupt, we wont be where we are today.
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Exponential101: 7:20am On Jun 28
You too wise.
Na the failure of Ebele Jonathan force Nigeria into considering the man they rejected 3 solid times but lunatics from the East will argue against that.


Alary:
Take it further back to 2011 , I will never have voted for Goodluck Jonathan, he is the origin of this issues, if his government were up and doing and at the same time not corrupt, we wont be where we are today.

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Exponential101: 7:24am On Jun 28
If all you said can't be applied to Ebele sorry you are only fooling your father n mothers at home. Ebele Jonathan remains the failure that made Nigeria see Buhari as an alternative after rejecting 3 solid times.

Come rain come sunshine if the situation remain the way its was back then more Nigerians will vote any available alternative that you don't want the name of the failure who pushed Nigerians into voting the lunatic Buhari show that you are indeed not after the progress of the country.


Born2Breed:
grin grin grin

I just knew there will be that one idiot who will blame GEJ for his stupidity of voting for Buhari.

There is no justification for stupidity, voting for Buhari was a travesty, to say the least, I only pity those who were hoodwinked and cajoled but those still basking in their euphoria of stupidity by justifying the foolish act of voting Buhari deserves nothing but shaming. Whenever this topic is discussed their empty skull should be buried in the sand.
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Exponential101: 7:31am On Jun 28
Why not do the same analysis before Nigeria was handed over to PDP to see the rot Nigeria goes administration to administration or even OBJ to Yardua n Yardua to Ebele.



Vulcanheph:
I never voted for him in 2015 and 2019..... But let me make an analysis for you to know my answer.
In 2015 before Buhari, if I had 400 naira in my pocket, and I was hungry then I could buy;
Rice- 2 cups for #120 ( that's 40 naira/cup)
Beans -1 cup for #30
Crayfish- #50
Oil- #50
Fish- #100
Maggi, pepper, onions, salt- #150
TOTAL- 500

So basically with 500 naira during GEJ's era, I could cook a meal that can last me for a full day.

Today 500 naira can't even buy half of the things on that list.

So I believe you have my answer.... I hate the PDP Because I know that there are thieves as well as APC but they made nigeria less horrible than it is today.

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by gidgiddy: 7:51am On Jun 28
oluwaSavage:
Six years into Buhari's administration and as things stands throughout the federation, let's assume God Reverses our Time to 2015 or you have the power to go back in time, Would You Still Vote For Buhari As Nigerian President?

I heard someone asking a friend this question yesterday at work and his answer was very direct and harsh, something like "Nigbati mi o ya weyrey" when I'm not mad...

Please, answer sincerely...

If time were reversed to 2015, the same people who voted Buhari will still do it again. The simple reason is that the main reason for those who voted Buhari in 2015 was not if Buhari would do well, but to get rid of Jonathan

The government of Jonathan was seen as an SE/SS government. For those who wanted power back to the other 4 geopolitical zones, Buhari was simply the only option

The Presidency of Nigeria is rarely about if the President can do better, its always about sectional interests, of which religion and ethnicity plays a big part

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Nobody: 7:54am On Jun 28
DaInferno:
no pun intended, but how, what makes him the best?
Buhari lifted 100m nigerians out of poverty

Buhari built 250,000 houses acros the nation

Buhari enden boko haram

Buhari is tackling insecurity in west africa

Buhari govt built lots of infrastructure like rail, road, schols and hospitils

I can go on but buhari has done much

The ones complaning are the ones who did not supot the regime..i know me i was lifted up during this regime

Only igbo separatist were not included becus they are natural thieves and rebels

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Rickmann(m): 7:57am On Jun 28
oluwaSavage:
Six years into Buhari's administration and as things stands throughout the federation, let's assume God Reverses our Time to 2015 or you have the power to go back in time, Would You Still Vote For Buhari As Nigerian President?

I heard someone asking a friend this question yesterday at work and his answer was very direct and harsh, something like "Nigbati mi o ya weyrey" when I'm not mad...

Please, answer sincerely...


Abeg bring ur face make I check something
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by OfoIgbo: 8:05am On Jun 28
Alary:
Take it further back to 2011 , I will never have voted for Goodluck Jonathan, he is the origin of this issues, if his government were up and doing and at the same time not corrupt, we wont be where we are today.

But Buhari's government has been seen as .ore corrupt, with monkeys and pythons joining in stealing/swallowing money
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by AroOkigbo(m): 8:26am On Jun 28
louqas:

As far as it is still GEJ
I WILL STILL VOTE BUHARI
Is your life better now than it was under GEJ?
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by kolaaderin: 8:32am On Jun 28
The truth is if the major contestant remains GEJ and Buhari, sorry we have to go through this over again.
I don't know when you lots are going to get the memo, GEJ Is not an option in 2015 neither was ATIKU in 2019.
Both GEJ and ATIKU are worst side of a very bad coins.

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by oluwaSavage: 9:06am On Jun 28
NorthRules9ja:

Buhari lifted 100m nigerians out of poverty

Buhari built 250,000 houses acros the nation

Buhari enden boko haram

Buhari is tackling insecurity in west africa

Buhari govt built lots of infrastructure like rail, road, schols and hospitils

I can go on but buhari has done much

The ones complaning are the ones who did not supot the regime..i know me i was lifted up during this regime

Only igbo separatist were not included becus they are natural thieves and rebels

I hope you're not smoking?
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by oluwaSavage: 9:07am On Jun 28
Rickmann:



Abeg bring ur face make I check something

Check up ni grin
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by oluwaSavage: 9:09am On Jun 28
louqas:


As far as it is still GEJ

I WILL STILL VOTE BUHARI

Wow, it's true that "We are who we are"
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by oluwaSavage: 9:11am On Jun 28
NorthRules9ja:


Buhari is the best…Yes

You joke a lot

Ask people in the street and you'll be sorely disappointed
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by alizma: 9:11am On Jun 28
Capital YES. There is no regret over my decision in 2015.
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by alizma: 9:13am On Jun 28
louqas:


As far as it is still GEJ

I WILL STILL VOTE BUHARI
Don't mind people who can't think beyond now. Some of them would have been sold into slavery by now if GEJ was to continue.

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Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by louqas: 12:43pm On Jun 28
AroOkigbo:

Is your life better now than it was under GEJ?

Yes sir, very much better
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Born2Breed(f): 1:34pm On Jun 28
Exponential101:
If all you said can't be applied to Ebele sorry you are only fooling your father n mothers at home. Ebele Jonathan remains the failure that made Nigeria see Buhari as an alternative after rejecting 3 solid times.

Come rain come sunshine if the situation remain the way it was back then more Nigerians will vote any available alternative that you don't want the name of the failure who pushed Nigerians into voting the lunatic Buhari show that you are indeed not after the progress of the country.



Another dolt spewing jargons. Engaging you is like talking to the wall.

You can't even define failure if asked because your progenitors are accomplished failure so everything has the colouration of failure from your perspective.

Ewobi!!!
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by Vulcanheph(m): 4:44pm On Jun 28
Exponential101:
Why not do the same analysis before Nigeria was handed over to PDP to see the rot Nigeria goes administration to administration or even OBJ to Yardua n Yardua to Ebele.



If you've taken your time to read, I never said the PDP were saints ..... All I'm saying is that PDP was bad, Buhari and APC are worse.
Try to use your brain for once in your life.
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by samunaka: 5:49pm On Jun 28
oluwaSavage:
Six years into Buhari's administration and as things stands throughout the federation, let's assume God Reverses our Time to 2015 or you have the power to go back in time, Would You Still Vote For Buhari As Nigerian President?

I heard someone asking a friend this question yesterday at work and his answer was very direct and harsh, something like "Nigbati mi o ya weyrey" when I'm not mad...

Please, answer sincerely...
You don't need to reverse the time, just allow him to contest in 2023 and you will see wonders, I will bet you if Buhari did not win 75 percent of the total votes cast
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by AroOkigbo(m): 7:18pm On Jun 28
louqas:


Yes sir, very much better
In what ways pls. I'm curious. ..you buy things at a lower price or exchange forex at a cheaper rate or what?

And would you same about the people around you too?
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by obaaderemi: 7:42pm On Jun 28
kolaaderin:
The truth is if the major contestant remains GEJ and Buhari, sorry we have to go through this over again.
I don't know when you lots are going to get the memo, GEJ Is not an option in 2015 neither was ATIKU in 2019.
Both GEJ and ATIKU are worst side of a very bad coins.
They were still better than Buhari. Buhari's failure in government is unparalleled. The. major reason people voted for him was because they thought he could do something about corruption. Alas, it's worse.
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by FakeUnity: 7:45pm On Jun 28
The demented xombies, abokey terrorists and ewedu muslims will still vote the basterd lifeless dullard again and again. They are all brainless creatures. grin
Re: Let's Assume God Reverse Time To 2015, Would You Still Vote For Buhari? by FakeUnity: 7:46pm On Jun 28
Monogamy:
If GEJ was still on ballot vs Buhari.

Na to repeat the 2015 over and over again..

Muslim mugu, f00ling himself as usual. grin

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