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Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by BlackBaron: 2:16am On Dec 28, 2011
Out of 150 million Nigerians, is there none other fit to rule than Buhari or other inept recycled generals ?

Says so much doesn't it . . .
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by dayokanu(m): 2:23am On Dec 28, 2011
dmainboss:

Indeed you are not only a bigot but a stu, pid one at that. Where in what you posted did the FG make a statement like the one you posted below?

So if the SSS has a lead and they are trying to prove it in court, it is equivalent to an official statement from the FG? You are such a daft fellow and a partisan bigot!!

The SSS said something and you said its not the FG?

I didnt know I was talking to a Retardd

Sources close to the special investigation team set up by the government said that Dokpesi’s invitation might not be unconnected with the ongoing investigations on the October 1 bomb blasts that rocked Abuja.
http://tribune.com.ng/index.php/front-page-news/11730-bomb-blasts-dokpesi-9-other-suspects-arrested-okah-arraigned-in-safrica-investigation-panel-focuses-on-associates-of-presidential-aspirant

What now happened to those SMS messages they intercepted? Why is Dokpesi and IBB still walking free in this same Nigeria 15months after?
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Beaf: 2:27am On Dec 28, 2011
dayokanu:

The SSS said something and you said its not the FG?

I didnt know I was talking to a Retardd

What now happened to those SMS messages they intercepted? Why is Dokpesi and IBB still walking free in this same Nigeria 15months after?

What a donkey!
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by dayokanu(m): 2:28am On Dec 28, 2011
^^ What a Retarddd

How can a grown man like you chose to lick balls for a living
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by dayokanu(m): 2:29am On Dec 28, 2011
Sources close to the special investigation team set up by the government said that Dokpesi’s invitation might not be unconnected with the ongoing investigations on the October 1 bomb blasts that rocked Abuja

http://tribune.com.ng/index.php/front-page-news/11730-bomb-blasts-dokpesi-9-other-suspects-arrested-okah-arraigned-in-safrica-investigation-panel-focuses-on-associates-of-presidential-aspirant

So what happened to the Dokpesi connection?
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by igbo2011(m): 2:35am On Dec 28, 2011
Buhari wouldn't be fighting Boko Haram, MEND would have rose up and caused problems.Boko Haram isn't about religion, That is just a front to cause a civil war.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by dayokanu(m): 2:46am On Dec 28, 2011
NLander should see what this blunt tool told us about the Abuja bombings

Beaf:

I listened to the text messages on NTA and the OP totally twists things. The person that said "na we do am" did not know he was under surveilance, while he was speaking to a friend. The other messages about payment and meeting were exchanged between a separate group.

Egbon mi razist what now happened?

Beaf:

To those saying nothing will happen, lets watch!

To those saying there will be war, you must realise that all the money in Nigeria comes from the South. . . That war will not last a week in the Souths favour, so please change tune and look for the law to run its inevitably bloody cause. Pray fervently that you don't get what you're asking for.

Nigeria must be purified. cool

https://www.nairaland.com/nigeria?topic=525179.msg6875692#msg6875692
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Beaf: 2:51am On Dec 28, 2011
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Abacha boy, you sound sooooooooooooooooo angry!!! Why na? grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Take your brain out of your drippy hairy arse and wash it in a bucket of omo so you can use it. But if it still won't function, I have some smoked rat brains I can post to you. They are better than the one in your head! Holla if you need one! LOLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by MarcAnthon(m): 2:54am On Dec 28, 2011
dayokanu:

^^ What a Retarddd

How can a grown man like you chose to lick balls for a living?

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin. Wow! That one na technical knockout! Chai!
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by dayokanu(m): 3:14am On Dec 28, 2011
Beaf:

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Abacha boy, you sound sooooooooooooooooo angry!!! Why na? grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Take your brain out of your drippy hairy arse and wash it in a bucket of omo so you can use it. But if it still won't function, I have some smoked rat brains I can post to you. They are better than the one in your head! Holla if you need one! LOLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!!!!!

Egbon m razist you wan wound person oo

Wetin you dey take smoked rat brains do? Was that what the neurosurgeon prescribed for you?

Aside licking Retardeens balls you still have time to hunt rats and squirel?

Dem suppose find more job for you o
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by lagcity(m): 4:40am On Dec 28, 2011
Pennywise:

Jonathan as we speak is in a Warri church. He knelt down for Adeboye. We expect him to prostrate for Ayo Oritsejafor. Anything less is infradig
With Buhari its hard to tell considering himself is a muslim fanatic. He probably would have created a ministry for Boko Haram. So either way Nigeria at this moment in history is fu kced.

;DPennywise, u don wound person 4 nairaland ooo. cheesy lwkmd
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by totorimi: 4:42am On Dec 28, 2011
Part of the solution to Boko Haram is for GEJ to appoint Buhari as the defence adviser or let Buhari recommend someone to handle it. Then i am sceptical about the silence of Atiku, Turai, IBB, Yiguda, Danbazau, and others. OBJ is also the problem here becuase in an attempt to get at him GEJ suffers. So between OBJ and GEJ they should find a soft landing and leave the country for good.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Nobody: 6:27am On Dec 28, 2011
dayokanu:

Quote from: all4naija on Yesterday at 01:53:16 PM
Please, read this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boko_Haram
Have you read it yourself?
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Ustaz Mohammed Yusuf formed Boko Haram in 2002 in Maiduguri.[14] He established a religious complex that included a mosque and a school. Many poor families from across Nigeria and from neighboring countries enrolled their children in the school, which also served as a recruiting center for jihadis to fight the Nigerian state.[8] In 2004 it moved to Kanamma, Yobe State, where it set up a base called "Afghanistan", used to attack nearby police outposts, killing police officers.[15] Yusuf is hostile to democracy and the secular education system, vowing that "this war that is yet to start would continue for long" if the political and educational system was not changed.
they formed and started training people in 2002 because they knew GEJ was going to be president in 2010 abi? clap for yourself.
You were so much concerned about the origin of the group which is not what the discussion is all about and the link I presented is on the light of having better understanding of the group actions for the past years during the present regime. You seemed to forget the founder was exterminated under a very brief time of his first few attacks.

You seemed to blind your self to the fact that the group become very active as from 2009:
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Major attacks attributed to Boko Haram

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Prior to the clashes, many Muslim leaders and at least one military official had warned the authorities about Boko Haram. Those warnings were reportedly ignored.[20]

In the state of Yobe in 2009, fighters reportedly "used fuel-laden motorcycles" and "bows with poison arrows" to attack a police station.[22] On 30 July, allegations were made that Yusuf himself was killed by Nigerian security forces after being taken into custody.[23]

In January 2010, the group struck again in the Nigerian state of Borno, killing four people in Dala Alemderi ward in Maiduguri metropolis.[24]

On September 7, 2010, Boko Haram freed over 700 inmates from a prison in Bauchi State.[25]

In December 2010, Boko Haram were blamed for a market bombing, following which 92 of its members were arrested by police.[26]

On Friday January 28, 2011, the Borno state candidate of the All Nigeria People's Party (ANPP) for the April 2011 gubernatorial elections was assassinated, along with his brother, four police officers and a 12-year old boy. Boko Haram has been blamed for these killings, other commentators have noted that the assasination of the ANPP governorship candidate Mr. Modu Fannami Gubio was politically motivated. No evidence has been offered for Boko Haram's involvement. [27][28]

On Tuesday February 8, 2011, Boko Haram gave conditions for peace. The radicals demanded that the Borno State Governor, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, should step down from office with immediate effect and also allow members to reclaim their mosque in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State. [29] On 9th May 2011 Boko Haram rejected an offer for amnesty made by the governor-elect of Borno state, Kashim Shettima[30]

On March 29, police “thwarted a plot to bomb an [ANPP] election rally” in Maiduguri, Borno State (map). The threat was blamed on Boko Haram.

On April 1 (the day before the original date of Nigeria’s legislative elections), suspected Boko Haram members attacked a police station in Bauchi (map).

On April 9, a polling center in Maiduguri was bombed.

On April 15, the Maiduguri office of the Independent National Electoral Commission was bombed, and several people were shot in a separate incident on the same day. Authorities suspected Boko Haram.

On April 20, Boko Haram killed a Muslim cleric and ambushed several police officers in Maiduguri.

On April 22, Boko Haram freed 14 prisoners during a jailbreak in Yola, Adamawa State (map)[31]

Boko Haram was blamed for a series of bombings in northern Nigeria on May 29, 2011 that left 15 dead.[32]

On June 17, 2011, the group claimed responsibility for a bombing attack on the police force headquarters in Abuja that occurred the previous day. Officials believed that the attack was the first suicide bombing in Nigeria's history and that it specifically targeted Police Inspector-General Hafiz Ringim.[33]

On June 26, 2011, the sect carried out a bombing attack on a beer garden in Maiduguri, according to officials and witnesses. Militants on motorcycles threw explosives into the drinking spot, killing about 25 people.[34]

On June 27, 2011, another bombing in Maiduguri attributed to the group killed at least two girls and wounded three customs officials.[35]

On July 03, 2011, a bombing in a beer garden in Maiduguri attributed to the group killed at least twenty people.[36]

On July 10, 2011, a bombing at the All Christian Fellowship Church in Suleja, Niger State. [37]

On July 11, 2011, the University of Maiduguri closed its Institution down citing security concerns. [38]

The prominent Muslim Cleric Liman Bana was shot dead by Boko Haram on August 12, 2011. He died after sustaining gunshot wounds while walking home from conducting prayers at the main mosque in Ngala.[39]

On August 26, the UN headquarters in Abuja was blown up by a suicide car bomber, leaving at least 21 dead and dozens more injured. A Boko Haram spokesman later claimed responsibility.[40] Four men appeared in an Abuja magistrates' court charged with organising the bombing, and were remanded in custody to a federal high court hearing.[41]

October 16, 2011: Police suspected that members of Boko Haram shot and killed politician Modu Bintube outside of his home in Maiduguri.[42]

October 22, 2011: Spokesman Abu Qaqa indicated that the militant group had slain Alhaji Zakariya Isa, a Nigerian Television Authority journalist, claiming that he was a government informant.[43]

November 5, 2011: A series of coordinated attacks in Borno and Yobe states, primarily around Damaturu, killed at least 67 people, leaving a new police headquarters in ruins, and government offices burned. A Boko Haram spokesman told The Daily Trust newspaper that it was responsible for the attacks and promised more.[44][45]

On 25 December 2011, Boko Haram claimed responsibility for bomb attacks on churches across Nigeria.[46] 
The attacks are their actions. There are extremist groups around the world but they only become dangerous when they carried out their nefarious acts. Listen dude, we all know the origin of this group but they are now use as a political tool , that's the reason they are so effective more than before because they have the backing of these elite Northerners - that you failed to understand. I thought you were smarter than that.

To conclude it all, if you thought the present attacks by the group is purely religion your are not looking it from the right angle because you are looking at the origin of the group not how they are being used to carried out attacks. And, if I must let you know one thing most Northern leaders are in support of the group. That is a good point for you to see beyond the origin which you are capitalizing on. Then, if we look back at MEND we can say it is group formed to fight for the rights of the poor Niger-Deltans which later was used for different vises - from  election day bombing to political sabotage of oil pipelines for their own selfish gain( the group was one time addressed as criminal's). Try to see beyond your focus and also look at the peripheries.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Abagworo(m): 7:48am On Dec 28, 2011
all4naija:

You were so much concerned about the origin of the group which is not what the discussion is all about and the link I presented is on the light of having better understanding of the group actions for the past years during the present regime. You seemed to forget the founder was exterminated under a very brief time of his first few attacks.

You seemed to blind your self to the fact that the group become very active as from 2009: The attacks are their actions. There are extremist groups around the world but they only become dangerous when they carried out their nefarious acts. Listen dude, we all know the origin of this group but they are now use as a political tool , that's the reason they are so effective more than before because they have the backing of these elite Northerners - that you failed to understand. I thought you were smarter than that.

To conclude it all, if you thought the present attacks by the group is purely religion your are not looking it from the right angle because you are looking at the origin of the group not how they are being used to carried out attacks. And, if I must let you know one thing most Northern leaders are in support of the group. That is a good point for you to see beyond the origin which you are capitalizing on. Then, if we look back at MEND we can say it is group formed to fight for the rights of the poor Niger-Deltans which later was used for different vises - from  election day bombing to political sabotage of oil pipelines for their own selfish gain( the group was one time addressed as criminal's). Try to see beyond your focus and also look at the peripheries. 

Still a wrong analysis. Boko Haram does not have the backing of the Northern elite but rather the Northern elite is scared of delving into the issue because of the nature of the group. I've said this severally and will continue to say it. Boko Haram is purely a religious and brain washed group and is not a Nigerian affair. It is backed by other African and Arab Moslem countries. Jonathan cannot be blamed one bit as it is difficult to fight people who are already dead. Even USA is still fighting till this day. India, Pakistan, Israel have been fighting for years and still no result.

Boko Haram is a product of Yar'Adua's weak administration and its poor decision of killing rather than interogating and gathering useful intelligence report enough to curb the group from the bud.


As for MEND, it is an unnecessary comparison. A group of oil thieves fighting for territory could easily be bought over with money since the ultimate goal of everything is money. The only way to appease Boko Haram is for all of us to turn into pure Moslems and you know that will never happen.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Nobody: 8:32am On Dec 28, 2011
Abagworo:

Still a wrong analysis. Boko Haram does not have the backing of the Northern elite but rather the Northern elite is scared of delving into the issue because of the nature of the group. I've said this severally and will continue to say it. Boko Haram is purely a religious and brain washed group and is not a Nigerian affair. It is backed by other African and Arab Moslem countries. Jonathan cannot be blamed one bit as it is difficult to fight people who are already dead. Even USA is still fighting till this day. India, Pakistan, Israel have been fighting for years and still no result.

Boko Haram is a product of Yar'Adua's weak administration and its poor decision of killing rather than interogating and gathering useful intelligence report enough to curb the group from the bud.


As for MEND, it is an unnecessary comparison. A group of oil thieves fighting for territory could easily be bought over with money since the ultimate goal of everything is money. The only way to appease Boko Haram is for all of us to turn into pure Moslems and you know that will never happen.
Haven't you read about a senator that was implicated by the group member? Come on. If you think it is purely a religion group of brainwashed people why is it now very potent when it is the present administration turn? These questions are enough to ponder in the light of what is happening in the country. Your continuous intention of alluding to the nature of this group has not done anything to disprove of the fact they are politically motivated in these present attacks.

Boko Haram is not a product of Yar'Adua incompetent administration but a consequential outcome of our leaders inability to see beyond regional line at the peak of leadership. They are now used to serve that interest when a Southerner is in power. Many of these Northerners have the believe it is their right to rule(which I think is the area they are a bit noticeable - not in education, creativity, civility, exposure, etc. ).

I weren't comparing them, it was just an analogy to understand how any group can easily be politically lead astray by such convictions. I am still alluding to the fact that these present attacks are political moves!
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Abagworo(m): 9:57am On Dec 28, 2011
all4naija:

Haven't you read about a senator that was implicated by the group member? Come on. If you think it is purely a religion group of brainwashed people why is it now very potent when the present administration have its turn? These questions are enough to ponder in the light of what is happening in the country. Your continuous intention of alluding to the nature of this group has not done anything to disprove of the fact they are politically motivated in these present attacks.

Boko Haram is not a product of Yar'Adua incompetent administration but a consequential outcome of our leaders inability to see beyond regional line at the peak of leadership. They are now used to serve that interest when a Southerner is in power. Many of these Northerners have the believe it is their right to rule(which I think is the area they are a bit noticeable - not in education, creativity, civility, exposure, etc. ).

I weren't comparing them, it was just an analogy to understand how any group can easily be politically lead astray by such convictions. I am still alluding to the fact that these present attacks are political moves!


We are both spectators and victims just like every Nigerian. I pray the mystery is unraveled sooner than later for you to believe me. Boko Haram might have initially been a political thug group but has been hijacked by non-Nigerian Islamic extremist and metamorphosed into the West African version of Al-qaeda.

The Senator and the so-called spokesman are nothing but mere political players used to divert the attention of the public from the true horror we are about facing. They have nothing to do with Boko Haram just like Dokpesi had nothing to do with the October 1 bombing.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Abagworo(m): 10:08am On Dec 28, 2011
Here is the time we could have curbed this issue peacefully.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2009/07/2009730174233896352.html

This was during the administration of Yar'Adua a descendant of Uthman Dan Fodio. This should nullify the claim of Boko Haram being sponsored by Northern elites because Jonathan was not the President then and Yar'Adua was a core Hausa/Fulani.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Nobody: 10:17am On Dec 28, 2011
@Abagworo


I think your first paragraph should be in reverse order. It is the other way round.

The last paragraph is incorrect because the criminals are the ones who implicated the senator than the SS stating that Dokpesi had something to do with the December 1 bombing.

Outside influence can not be ruled out in this plan to destabilize the country but it is 'a political move than religion' - they make it to look like.

@Abagworo

If that's to be the real exertion according to your Al jazeera's link then, it didn't nullify the point that it's a political move. It's a carefully planned strategy for the destabilization of the nation.

You could try every source of information to support your views on this matter(which I think is Okay) but doesn't invalidate the fact these present attacks have political motives behind them. Time will tell.As you said , we are spectators of these charades.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by SIRNIMS(m): 10:26am On Dec 28, 2011
Given the way he dealt with Maitsaisane sect I have no doubt he would have curbed the Boko Haram ppl.
Buhari is corrupt free, patriotic, mean, honest, courageous,examplary and loves Nigeria. These are thequalities needed by any Nigerian Leader.
GEJ should redefine his character
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by luluosas(m): 11:07am On Dec 28, 2011
Jakumo:

You heard the man.   The denials and expressions of shock coming from Ayatollah Buhari, over the grisly fate of his terror bomb capaign victims, fools nobody. 

Muhammadu Buhari is without question the Al Queda African franchise link-man, and the primary sponsor of Nigeria's Boko Haram terrorist group.

Following his public threats to unleash violence if he was AGAIN trounced in Nigeria's most recent presidential elections, Ayatollah Buhari organized the gruesome spillage of southern Christian blood rivers in the north, deliberately to encourage reprisal massacres of northern Nigerians resident in the south, escalating towards civil war or a military coup pre-packaged to install as president an Islamic fundamentalist soldier of northern Hausa/Fulani stock, with sworn allegiance to the terrorist suicide bomber recruitment facilitator himself - Ayatollah Mohammadu Buhari.

This lifetime election LOSER turned terror bombing campaign mastermind, Ayatollah Momodu Buhari Bin Laden, is SCREAMING to be put out of his misery, even as he gleefully feasts on the blood of innocents during the Christmas 2011 season of peace and goodwill to all.
Your hate for the man Buhari is driving quickly to your early grave. If you continue like this, then, it is a pity that the day you were born was wasted. I am deeply sorry for you.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Jakumo(m): 11:32am On Dec 28, 2011
luluosas:

I am deeply sorry.

You certainly do appear to be as sorry as your claim suggests, without question sir, BUT, rather than sit and dwell on your misery and forlorn condition, do something pro-active that will inspire the admiration of observers. 

Carbon monoxide exhaust fumes from your running Volkswagen beetle, piped with a common garden hose into the vehicle while you sit there weeping with the windows wound up, will transport you to the promised virgin-land peacefully and with no fuss, so you see there IS a way out of your ordeal, and you DO have something for which to yearn and dream.

I hope this helps, and I join other sympathizers in wishing you all the best with that pilgrimage to the land of fresh, pristine beaver. 

Seriously though, references and responses to my thoughts on the subject of our Ayatollah Buhari Bin Laden are always appreciated, since such quotes save me the trouble of repeating myself.  For this kind gesture, I am much obliged and grateful.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Baawaa(m): 12:29pm On Dec 28, 2011
As a matter of fact,if Buhari is our president there would be nothing like Boko Haram
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by ibx1976: 7:05pm On Dec 28, 2011
Would Boko Haram have continued their killings if Buhari had been in power undecided
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by jimmayoy: 9:33pm On Jun 20, 2012
Rhino.5dm:
I bet all those associating Buhari with this Boko Haram nonsense should have done a great job by googling the deadly Maitatseni sect of the early 80's and how Buhari put an end to it. Though, i was very small when the battle was won, but i was told by those involved.

So, if Buhari has done it before, why not now? Apart political sentiments, ethnic alignment and religion brouhaha, GEJ is never capable of handling even a mere state, talkless of a nation. why do you think GEJ cant even visit his state, even as the sitting president?

The guy left Bayelsa worst than ever, so shall it be the fate of Nigeria(i wish am wrong). Tackling such uprising requires srtong political will, sincerity and courage, from a strong leader, most especially when dealing with stone-aged wild animals.

No prayer without planning, followed by actions can ever solve this menace that is posing a threat and danger to innocent lives. Nuff said.

GOD bless you for calling a spade a spade.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by jimmayoy: 9:36pm On Jun 20, 2012
EzeUche: Beaf is right to refer Northerners as parasites.

They add nothing of value to Nigeria.

And you all are begging for a Northerner to be a leader. A parasite to be a leader?

I take 100 Goodluck Jonathans over any parasitic Northern leader.

You sound maopic
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by jimmayoy: 9:54pm On Jun 20, 2012
Yes buhari would ve handled this problem differently,you cant even compare the two,buhari is far better than jonathan.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Nobody: 11:26pm On Jun 20, 2012
jimmayoy: Yes buhari would ve handled this problem differently,you cant even compare the two,buhari is far better than jonathan.
Easier said than done! Spare me the epiphany and over-exaggeration of Buhari capacity to handle the Boko Haram problem.
Re: Would Buhari Have Tackled Boko Haram More Effectively. by Sweetguy25: 12:38pm On Jul 12, 2015
Nice thread grin

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