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Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 4:08pm On Jan 02, 2012
Anietie Says: Boss Mehn.u r so ignorant.u r a disgrace to d low sufferin background u grow up 4rm.if u said dis is a sacrifies we must make.y nt make ur own.by reducin ur salary nd dat of ur ministerz nd senator to pay 4 subsidy.GOD who we calld b4 electin u.wil neva.alow u to continue in dat office.nd ur punishment awaits u.naija people libya nd egypt.etc.no get 2 head make we join dem abeg.

Mohammed Says:Ohh!!! GOD help us goodluck wan kill us

Kasham Says: Am vindicated. I voted with my senses intact! Goodluck to those who voted you, or should I say badluck. What an international shame! Hiss


Vivian Says God where are we heading 2? imagine ghana dat nigerian supply power,they celebrated one year of uninterupted power supply,am afraid if what happened in egypt,libya etc will not happen in nigeria cos am forseeing it.@ least bring it down if u dont want the wrath of god on you and your fellow evil planner.try and change it pls.

Onwuka Says: Mr. President! Am sooooooooooooooooooooooooo Disappionted in ur Govt. To the Best of My Knowledge ur Leadership has bin the worst Nigeria has ever produced. ITS A PITY I VOTED FOR MY DOWNFALL!! GOD PLEASE HELP ME NOT TO MAKE THIS MISTAKE IN MY LIFE AGAIN.



Kadiri Says: mr president i beg u in d name of d God serve PLS REVERSE,
WHT AN AVERAGE NIGERIAN WANT IS FOOD,ELECTRICITY,WATER


Benson Says: Alas, he is not the mesaiah. Who shall we then send to Aso Rock?


Lubem Says:
This for me may not be d most auspicious tym 2 evaluate de implications and probable conspiracies behind de fuel subsidy removal, !(considerin that am still in the new yr celebraton frenzy, !) i howeva see this as a very untimely action,d, e concequences of such a rash decision will be so intense and grievious,especially to the low and middle class. As it stands,NNPC gas stations r sellin petrol for N150 per litre, !dat is more dan a 100 percent rise in sale price,u can only imagin hw much other retail outlets will label dia prices. The assertion by our executives,so-called petroleum technocrats and economic experts hav it dat,de decision willl yield diverse development,job creations,and a beta economy in de long run(when de long or short run shall be we cant even phatom!),by implication de money that was chanelled into subsidies will be hence directed to achievin de afore-stated goals and many mor.Since 2006 till date,de money chanelled into subsidising fuel has been estmated 2 be mor dan 2 trillion naira, !my questions;billions hav been budgeted annualy 4 infrastructural and agricultural development,education,job creations and de health sector etc,wat hav we seen so far, ? wat makes this peopl think dat directin funds for sustainin de fuel subsidy will now be de funds used for de afore-mentioned projects?(wont it be de same lootin corrupt hands dat cudnt bring about de so vaunted developmental goals handlin the fuel subsidy money?)haba GEJ, !fuel prices increased,wage increament not yet implemented, ?hw can we meet up 2 such a capricious surge in fuel prices wtout an appreciable commensurate incriz in monthly earning? Oga Think am na!See More

Lawal Says:Mr president. We ar poors since b4 u became a president and even now dat u remove d fuel subsidy .We no go die we go still alive na u go die b4 us.

Raphael Says: u are the most foolish president that ever existed, u will die on that seat!!!!

Oladeji Says: If d fuel price increases ur generation will not escape difficulties. Haa d crude oil dat God gives us free of charge,

Ayodeji Says: God punish ur mama,bokoharam na him go finish u nd ur family,see ur life,u call urself goodluck,u re a badluck.among all the president dat as rulled this country,u re a bastard


Lesley Says: Stay firm the course you have taken Mr. President. Do not back down. No shaking. This is Nigeria. Just make sure you stay on course with those economic reforms

Olutoyin Says: In no time God wil arrest all bad goverment in nigeria


Chiamaka Says:
Mr president best of luck.i ope u r filin gud abt wot u'v jst dne.mayb u neva tot of d disadvantage buh lt me gv u an idea.dr wld b a chain reaction.fuel increasd,tradas wld hv 2 increase cost of guds,transport workas wld increase d transpo, rt fare dn civil servants who hv nathn 2 increase wld cm 2 u 2 increase their salary.we r talkn of anoda strike,d oda strikes hvnt even b solvd.dn wel d poor ppl u r savin dis subsidy 4 wld nw end up usin d same moni u rmvd frm d fuel 2 buy dat same fuel.u dnt kia cos mayb u dnt nid 2 buy fuel or mayb u dnt nid 2 transport urslf but u shld realize u didnt cm 2 serve urslf buh d poor masses u hv dcided 2 make poorer.u cn hlp us by givin us electricity but i dnt tink dats on ur agenda.is it?BRAVO MR PRESIDENT.u hv succeeded in mkn ppl lose faith in u.ope u enjoy it See More

Daradara Says: Now the president has set the ball rolling for unwarranted. Price increase of everything. with this unpalatable fuel increase this is murderous. Salary increase is not the answer because salary increase in Nigeria equates to laying off staff under whatever name. Are you sure the man's name is really Goodluck?


David Says : Gold To add to workers salary dat one go take 3yrs,but subsidy removal na sharp sharp, God will punish all corrupt leaders,

Bankole says: There is need for a revised edition of "Me and my Facebook Friends. That would be the reality edition. The book should detail the true position of Nigerians or better still the position of true Nigerians over recent policy issues. A change that is meant to serve people should not kill them first.

Samuel Says: Goodluck is a very good bad bastardddddd, 2 hell wif u nd ur executives


Sa'eedu says:
My so much esteemed Goodluck is now turning himself to backluck,
Oga Peter Ajumobi
Pls,every body is awere of the Roman 13:1-3,after all their sweet,sweet promises before/during elections,l wonder are they swearing with Holy Bible or al-qu, r'an,God is not a wicked God ,why are they trying to spoil our country that poors are bussy trying to survive on less than 2$ per day,while daily feeding fee for GEJ is N5.4 million naira per day ,which annually translates to N1.9 billion.Let's support him in because we loved and voted ,now he is questing 4 fuel subsidy removal ,we shldnt betray him,so that we can suffer very very,well flight ticket will be X 2 the old price and same goes to any other thing,you dnt need 2 b a professor of econs b4 you can do this simple maths, love you GEJ, pls Go ahead….
Makasi Says: God please hear our cry,remove this man.

Mohammed Says : U r a fool lesly gene agam
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Azeez Says ‎@Lesley, u are so unfortunate,people are complaining yet u encourage the slowpoke of a president, ahhhhh, mschew, birds of d same feather.foooool


Jooshuher Says: Abi dis jona dey craze ni, u take an award 4 d 1st president dat inflate d price of fuel 2 d highest price within d shortest period of tym,,,,,,,may God ask 4 d blood of masses who died of shock cos of increment in ur hand,,,,,,,,,nd i swear ur family will pay dearly if nt with dia lives
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Oluwole Says: Now that you have subsidies our happiness for the new year, let see what will be of your generation to come, GOODLUCK NIGERIANS,

Kennedy Says : D handwriting is clear, an uprising is imminent, it is not yet uhuru for nigeria. We shall call NIGERIA AWAKENING. The time is now.


Mhendy Says: Badluck egbere jolantern u r a big thief n a fool for d sufferins u inflict on nigerians God will purnish u 100 times u stupid thief u n ur senators u are all thieves. Barao bansa

Faith Says: Who wants to be a millionaire!
Question1: Which of these when removed will give Nigerians greatest joy?
(a) fuel subsidy (B) boko haram (c) president Jonathan (D̶̲̥̅̊) all of D̶̲̥̅̊ above. State ūя̲̅ answer


Mastermind Pictures Afrikan must wake up and protect dem resources continentally,think scientific socialism in distribution of wealth. we must unite to control,develop,and enhancing our reality of Afrikan child. we have oil,gold,timber,magnese,iron, all sort of resources and we have no aimed plan fe d Afrikan child.
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Maxwell says
There is an epedemic with over 130 million Nigerian victms and no visible symptoms to show, it is an epedemic of nigerians who are ignorant. The solution is u & me, when u join the fight against neocolonialism and liberation of nigerians fr, om economic slavery perpetrated by few nigerians against the majority of all of us. Nigerians do not understand the import or gravity of ur message during the electioneering campaign that u are going to take necessary steps which will be painful for the transformation of the economy. We greatly appreciate your bold step to liberate nigerians forcefully from neocolonialism, secondly from the clutches of economic slavery by nigerians from nigerians. 99% of nigerians did not understand the enormous benefit of the secret transformation agenda you have for nigerians, only posterity will judge u; the deregulation being conceived by ur govt will truely make nigeria great if rigorously pursued and honestly implemented: it will make nigeria truely be among the 20' largest economy by the year 2020. Dear president u are being insulted by majority of nigerians who are ignorant of the necessary steps u are taking to liberate nigerians from economic slavery, dont be discouraged we are behind u. Nigerians clamour for resource control is here, they called u all sought of names; deregulation is resource control. It will enable nigerians to own refinery if you fulfill the requirement to obtain the licence, communities will have the oooortunity to own their own refinery if they so desire. Nigerians are ignorant that govt is a bad-businessman, all over the word govt is a bad-businessman: govt appoint board of directors in govt companies bbased on political patronage, this political appointees turn this establishment into goldmines thereby turning them into non-profitable organisation to the detriment of the economic interest of the people. The lesson of my message is that remove govt from the corridors of business; allow private people to run while govt should formulate policies and stick to its implementation, there will see the beauty of the economy, and these is what the president transformation agenda is all about for example in the case of telecom sector where millions of opportunities are being created. The deregulation & removal of fuel subsidy is an issue of massive public enlightenment of nigerians on the benefit of economic liberation this policy will bring to this country, for more than fifty years we have been exporting crude oil as raw material to the powerfull economies of the world, which now refines it & sell back to us at trippled the initial price. Here comes the messiah Dr Jonathan here-nigerians are afraid to accept change! Without missing words those who are opposed to deregulation are part of the problem, in the will of progress the union leaders who refuse deregulation, did so because their accounts their accounts have swollen up: by our few slave-masters who go outside this country to establish their refineries and bring the refined product bact into this country and sell back at trippled the price, which now brought in the blind policy of subsidizing which in turn makes it unattractive for investors to come & invest: rather prefer buying our surplus raw material (crude oil) which shell and other multinational companies are involved in! Those who clamour for the repairs of the refineries before removing subsidy also lack understanding that our slave-masters will bid for the contracts for the repairs of the refineries, which will enable them to do substandard jobs in other to pepertrate the final colapse of the refineries so that we will continue to be in vicious circle that is where we are under-development & impoverishment of our land. Nigerians should rise up for economic liberation this is the right time or never! Mr pls send your minister for information the talking wizard, gov Oshiomole the commander of the liberation movement, finance minister Okonjo Iweala the economic reformer of the liberation movement, C B N gov Sanusi the economic magician: let them go into the field to aggresively educate nigerians on the policy direction of ur economic liberation movement, as for us the Association For Consructive Ideas For National Development we are doing our campaign in the little we can at the grassroot. Mr president our advise is that you should beware of those ignorant nigerians who want to use this fuel subsidy removal as a plore to threaten the corporate existence of the nation & your government. Long live Your Govt, Long Live The Fed Rep Of Nigeria, Long Live The Association For Constructive Ideas For National Development. George Maxwell, (president)See More

Ogba Says GEJ is so insensitive
Okoye Jenny Dear Mr President, Do keep up the good work. Removing the fuel subsidy was a very good decision. Nigerians will definitely talk but keep your chin up. It takes a courageous leader to do what you did. May God continue to bestow his wisdom upon you. May He continue to guide you as long as you walk in His path. You have our prayers. God bless you!!



Akoji says
Goodluck is the best thing to happen to Nigeria. Mr Reno Omokri, the SA to Mr President on facebook affairs, pls read my comments and take it to the shoeless man from Otueke! He is the best thing after Abacha to happen to Naija. He fastforw, arded April fools day to January 1st. Oh tell it not in Gath, lest the daughters of the Philistine exhalt, for the drunken fisherman from Otueke has push the self destruct botton! He will burn from the fire of the holy Ghost! Holy Ghost, fayaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!See More


Onyebuchi Says
Dear Mr President com tak a walk wit me,lets pretend we jst 2 ppl n u'r nt beta dan me,i'l lyk 2 ask u som questn n if we can speak honestly.
Wat do u feel wen u c all d homeless on d street?
Who do u pray 4 at nyt b4 u go 2 sleep?
Wat do u, feel wen u luk in d mirror?r u proud?
Hw do u sleep while d rest of us cry?
Hw do u dream when most nigerians cnt even sleep nt 2 tok of dreaming?
Wat do u feel wen u see ppl lined up in the filling station?
Wen young graduates roam abt d street with envelopes and files,in search for jobs?
Wat do u feel,knowing that students r on strike?
Hw do u walk wt ur head held high?
I voted 4 u,n urged others to,bt the truth is,i feel bad 4 doing dt.
U knw, a muslim frnd who wantd Buhari as president, syd 2 me during our argument "we'l c who laff last" wen u won,i tot we laff last, little did i knw dt ma laff was d 1st laff, behold,they laffd the last laff,n u knw d last laff is always the best laff.
Its unfortunate….


Omotayo says: Who wants to be a Billionaira?
Which of these when remove will move Nigeria forward? [a] fuel subsidy [b]boko haram [c]Gudluck Jonathan. post ur answer now, u ve jst 1 life line dat is :~strike


Moshood says : I think d president &those who belief in removal of subsidy are wrong how they wil succeed with inflated economy like ours
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Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Rhino5dm: 4:36pm On Jan 02, 2012
"Me and My Facebook Freinds", Indeed.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 5:22pm On Jan 02, 2012
I am so impressed with those bold comments. Any sensible leader will listen to the voice of the populace and avoid possible crises. The people that avoided such in the past are people like Ghadafi and Mubarrak, Sadam Husein etc. Jonathan should has the ball now. he should write his own future.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by AYODEJI4LOVE(m): 6:17pm On Jan 02, 2012
only God can help us from this gov. who av forgotten their background,those comment are truly the voice of the masses,hope he could listen
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 1:32am On Jan 03, 2012
Its just sad,,, the comments copied are just a few of 5,754 total comments on Mr Presidents page and all are to a large extent (about 99.9 % ) like the ones earlier copied.

I think he needs to start thinking for himself and not allow some so called experts he so much believes in to ruin his life and that of the country. My impression of him is that he is a "let us do it if you are sure about it" person.

Somehow as a nation we need to alsoget to a point where we stop electing people sentimentally. Someone like Jonathan who does not have anything that he could point to as a merit even when he was a Governor and even an acting president should never even come close to wining a LG chairmanship. I think we have learnt a lesson here. Well no need crying over garri wey sand don mix. We can make a change and stand as a nation to reject this insensitive action.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 1:41am On Jan 03, 2012
I like this new one,

Bunmi Says: I was one of ur most vigorous supporters who campaigned 4 u and received a lot of criticisms from the supporters of BB bc I thought u were a sincere leader who had a vision for Nigeria. Your New Year Shocker on subsidy has made me lose respect 4 u.1st off u promised it will take effect on April 1st or April fools day but we did not know u were selling us a dummy. U fooled all Nigerians and fast tracked it 2 Jan 1, 2012. U promised 2 dialogue with us but u only had a monologue with urself. U budgeted almost N1b for food for urself and d VP in d 2012 budget. U approved 72% of d 2012 budget for overheads such as salaries of urself, the senators and HR members, etc and left a meagre 28% for capital projects. GEJ u budgeted N45m for Newspapers and N8m for Magazines. And u have d guts to tell me u are subsidizing me? Who is subsidizing who? U have managed 2 snatch defeat 4rm d jaws of success. Unfortunately, unless u reverse course I don't see ur administration lasting beyond a few weeks 4rm 2dy. U will become a victim of recall or impeachment or revolution. Mark my words!
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Nadanbata: 1:47am On Jan 03, 2012
Sadiya Sulaiman Musa GEJ I didn't vote 4 u , I voted 4 General Muhammadu Buhari cuz I no he is more credible & capable of handling dis country. I ve never liked u , I hate u with so much passion. You want to kill us in dis country, this is wickedness . Didn't u think of your poor family before removing this subsidy. General Muhammdu Buhari is my Number 1 citizen , I hate u GEJ!!!!!!

LMAOOO cool cool cool
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Nadanbata: 1:49am On Jan 03, 2012
Wallahi Omo Nigerians have vexxedd o I think GEJ might have awoken the sleeping giant. PDP + GEJ have lost all credibilty cheesy cheesy
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 2:02am On Jan 03, 2012
Nadanbata:

Wallahi Omo Nigerians have vexxedd o I think GEJ might have awoken the sleeping giant. PDP + GEJ have lost all credibilty cheesy cheesy

What do you expect from an already tensed environmnet. The issue is very sensitive and the government is not seeing it that way, I hope it doesnt get too late for them.


Just sad,
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Afam4eva(m): 6:51am On Jan 03, 2012
I doubt GEJ reads those comments.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by dayokanu(m): 7:37am On Jan 03, 2012
Thats our fresh air we voted for
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Pain: 8:00am On Jan 03, 2012
Please keep the outside world informed on the most reliable news media devoid of western influence here
http://www.facebook.com/AJStream
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 11:20am On Jan 03, 2012
afam4eva:

I doubt GEJ reads those comments.

Maybe, Maybe not, The good thing is that the comments are there. Chances are that he might get to read some of them by chance or even hear about them which will make him check it up. Who knows A radio station can make out a program from this also or even the TV programs .

More importantly we know where Nigerians stand here.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Roadblock: 11:30am On Jan 03, 2012
I like this too,

Midala Says : Mr. President your economic team have advice you to remove subsidy saving $8 million a year that good news for nigerians. But Mr. President how about the other 25% that the CBN governor says is being spend only by the national assembly,
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by freecocoa(f): 12:23pm On Jan 03, 2012
And I say it will never be well with GEJ and his cohorts,though he may not read.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by lagerwhenindoubt(m): 12:32pm On Jan 03, 2012
GEJ brought facebook to Nigeria and Reno Omokri brought tweeter to Nigeria - together then can both SMDick
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by aljharem3: 12:34pm On Jan 03, 2012
freecocoa:

And I say it will never be well with GEJ and his cohorts,though he may not read.

+ 10
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by bilaya(m): 12:35pm On Jan 03, 2012
The President is just daft.People are stranded in the east and elsewhere because of this ill timed announcement.What was the rush for?Even if he was so desperate to increase the pump price,he should have at least let the people that travelled home for christmas come home first.I hope he is ready for the storm that is coming
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by vedaxcool(m): 12:35pm On Jan 03, 2012
Roadblock:

I like this too,

Midala Says : Mr. President your economic team have advice you to remove subsidy saving $8 million a year that good news for nigerians. But Mr. President how about the other 25% that the CBN governor says is being spend only by the national assembly,

GEJ is spineless loser who feels it is easier to inflict hardship on over 150 million people but extraordinarily difficult to cut that 25% of just 469 individuals who he needs in fighting the 150 million people, remember he waste 1 billion naira yearly on cuisines in the state house, numerous billions go to waste in their travlling and fixing the hair of Mrs His Manhood lives on  shocked shocked shocked
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by muyete(m): 12:37pm On Jan 03, 2012
Sowweeeee
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Bolarge1(m): 12:37pm On Jan 03, 2012
GEJ HAS NOT ONLY DISSAPPOINTED NIGERIANS, IN BAYELSA STATE THEY HAVE STARTED SUSPECTING HIM TO BE AN OUTCAST OR A BASTARD.

THE BAYELSA PEOPLE ARE CALLING HIM BACK HOME FOR A DNA STATE.

Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by fred2265: 12:41pm On Jan 03, 2012
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Akwasi(m): 12:42pm On Jan 03, 2012
How can you guys insult your leader like that? This is a disgrace to all who took part in it, You can air your disagreement with the man without all those nasty words you are using for him on the INTERNET. It is not only Nigerians who are reading
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Godmann(m): 12:50pm On Jan 03, 2012
Akwasi:

How can you guys insult your leader like that? This is a disgrace to all who took part in it, You can air your disagreement with the man without all those nasty words you are using for him on the INTERNET. It is not only Nigerians who are reading

How can you insult us by calling a clueless idiot our leader. That one was manipulated into Aso Rock; that one used national resources to buy people's vote during an election does not make one a leader.

Leaders are known by their antecedents. Leaders are upright.

GEJ is a thief; a common criminal, a liar and unworthy of being called my leader.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by islamrules(m): 12:54pm On Jan 03, 2012
If this account belong to GEJ. He needs to work on his privacy settings on facebook.

How can people post comment on ur wall anyhow ?
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Akwasi(m): 12:55pm On Jan 03, 2012
Godman_n:

How can you insult us by calling a clueless  our leader. That one was manipulated into Aso Rock; that one used national resources to buy people's vote during an election does not make one a leader.

Leaders are known by their antecedents. Leaders are upright.

GEJ is a thief; a common criminal, a liar and unworthy of being called my leader.

That doesn't change the fact that he is at the Aso Rock. In any case, insulting him and calling him names only casts a slur on all Nigerians. How will you feel when someone says "Nigeria's president is a , ?" Remember many people see your leader as an extension of the whole nation
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Gbenge77(m): 1:00pm On Jan 03, 2012
Negative comments all the way
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by nagoma(m): 1:10pm On Jan 03, 2012
That doesn't change the fact that he is at the Aso Rock. In any case, insulting him and calling him names only casts a slur on all Nigerians. How will you feel when someone says "Nigeria's president is a , ?" Remember many people see your leader as an extension of the whole nation

I will consider those who call a spade a spade as good friends of Nigeria. I am worried about the enemies of Nigeria who tell GEJ that he is doing a good job. GEJ is a loser and bad luck for Nigeria.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by doctokwus: 1:10pm On Jan 03, 2012
And he was said to have had no shoes!
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by misterh(m): 1:15pm On Jan 03, 2012
D govt got it all wrong by increasing the fuel price without a corresponding increase in d wages of workers. Some states have not even implemented the minimum wage. There is no sincerity with the govt officials coz if there is, a sincere and people-oriented leader will not budget huge sums of money for his feeding while d citizens literarily feed on sand. I just pray & hope sth comes out of the #occupyNigeria protest.
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by philip0906(m): 1:17pm On Jan 03, 2012
Akwasi:

How can you guys insult your leader like that? This is a disgrace to all who took part in it, You can air your disagreement with the man without all those nasty words you are using for him on the INTERNET. It is not only Nigerians who are reading
who b dis one?Have u ever been to other forums b4?have u ever been 2 yahoo and c comments there?This is a freaking forum so pls stop d preching and get ur bu.tt down 2 kumasi and swallow kenke  angry
Re: Some Reactions From Gejs Facebook Page: by Akwasi(m): 1:25pm On Jan 03, 2012
philip0906:

who b dis one?Have u ever been to other forums b4?have u ever been 2 yahoo and c comments there?This is a freaking forum so pls stop d preching and get your bu.tt down 2 kumasi and swallow kenke  angry

My friend shut up there, How can you justify calling your president a fool? No matter what your father does can you use the same word on him? Learn to know how to express your disagreement without descending into the gutter. That is real maturity

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