Dear Buhari, confession is not cowardice by Ehi Ekhator

Dear Buhari, confession is not cowardice by Ehi Ekhator
  • Take a bow and go home to your grand kids

By Ehi Ekhator

My last article titled “Who killed President Buhari?” earned me such a large number of assaults from the All Progressives Congress (APC) individuals and consistent theological rationalists of the President, Muhammadu Buhari.

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Buhari 1In spite of, as a Nigerian who had imagined on a few occasions, a serene, adoring, and developed Nigeria, stopping my supposition would be the exact opposite i would do.

As of late, i chose to glorify Buhari as president as opposed to mourning why he was ever given a possibility. I needed to concur that he merited the chance he got otherwise i could never possess the capacity to say to my grandkids how we had a President who managed the nation twice and drove it into recession twice.

Buhari is a man who has his shoulder higher than his head, he has so much loathe and outrage, he has so much control that he doesn’t know how to take a basic suggestion, is either you do what he needs or you get tormented by his admirers.

What’s my point? At the time when Buhari initially governed the country as the Military head of State in 1983, he was at that point named “Baba go slow” by the individuals who ousted him. His government was slow at turning things around and as expected, Buhari faulted the civilian government he ousted for his troubles.

Despite the fact that as of late, Buhari attempted to paint the photo white that his plan to probe Ibrahim Banbagida prompted his capture that lasted for 2 years, the President refused to confess that the economy was heading towards recession as it is currently.

After waiting patiently for a change for a year but couldn’t provide any, Majors Abubakar Dangiwa Umar (a Harward University educated officer born into an aristocratic northern family who was also the former ADC to former Chief of Army staff Hassan Usman Katsina), Lawan Gwadabe, Abdulmumuni Aminu and the arrested former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, arrested Buhari at gunpoint.

Inner caucus members of the coup, Ibrahim Babangida, Maj-Gen Sani Abacha, Brigadier Joshua Dongonyaro, Brigadier Aliyu Mohammed (The then head of military intelligence), Navy Commander Murtala Nyako, Lt-Cl Ahmed Abdullahi (Minister of Communications), Lt-Col Tanko Ayuba (commanding officer – Nigerian army signal corps), Lt-Col John Shagaya (Commanding officer – 9th mechanised brigade Ikeja), Lt-Col Anthony Ukpo, Major Abubakar Umar (Administrator of the Federal House Authority head a meeting on August 25, 1985 where Banbagida was chosen as the new head of state.

Below was read out by Brigadier Joshua Dongonyaro as the reasons for overthrowing Buhari :
“Fellow country men, the intervention of the military at the end of 1983 was welcomed by the nation with unprecedented enthusiasm. Nigerians were unified in accepting the intervention and looked forward hopefully to progressive changes for the better.

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“Almost two years later, it has become clear that the fulfilment of expectations is not forthcoming. Because this generation of Nigerians and indeed future generations have no other country but Nigeria, we could not stay passive and watch a small group of individuals misuse power to the detriment of our national aspirations and interest.

“No nation can ever achieve meaningful strides in its development where there is an absence of cohesion in the hierarchy of government; where it has become clear that positive action by the policy makers is hindered because as a body it lacks a unity of purpose. It is evident that the nation would be endangered with the risk of continuous misdirection. We are presently confronted with that danger.

“In such a situation, if action can be taken to arrest further damage, it should and must be taken. This is precisely what we have done. The Nigerian public has been made to believe that the slow pace of action of the Federal Government headed by Major-General Muhamadu Buhari was due to the enormity of the problems left by the last civilian administration.

“Although it is true that a lot of problems were left behind by the last civilian government, the real reason, however, for the very slow pace of action is due to lack of unanimity of purpose among the ruling body; subsequently, the business of governance, has gradually been subjected to ill-motivated power play considerations.

Let’s take the bold phrases and sentences one after the other.

Fulfilment of expectations is not forthcoming”: It is no more news that Buhari had declared on a few events that promises he made amid the presidential crusade can’t be kept and they had likewise released an announcement scarcely yesterday that the trillions of budget planned can’t be executed as there is no cash. While Nigerians are crying over the N5000 stipend, food for students, millions of jobs (over 4million lost in a year), as usually, Baba go slow blamed Niger Delta Avengers, Biafra and the past administration without pointing a single finger to himself.

Misuse power to the detriment of our national aspirations and interest.”: Buhari did not start the misuse of power today. He is the 92nd world known dictator and he knows how to use power to his own advantage, in the process, deviating from his original economic plans.

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Lacks a unity of purpose. It is evident that the nation would be endangered with the risk of continuous misdirection”: Buhari lied his way through the assistance of the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed into power. He had no arrangement, he never thought he would win and he made fakepromises that he didn’t make arrangements to keep. Like in 1983, Nigerians are confronting the danger of continuous misdirection.

Slow pace of action of the Federal Government headed by Major-General Muhamadu Buhari was due to the enormity of the problems left by the last civilian administration.” He was blamed for not attacking problems in 1985 by those, his companions who plotted to expel him. Instead of folding his sleeves and bring jobs to Nigerians, he was caught up with faulting the civilian administration he overthew.

Brigadier Dongonyaro continued “The concept of collective leadership has been substituted by stubborn and ill-advised unilateral actions, thereby destroying the principles upon which the government came to power. Any effort made to advise the leadership, met the stubborn resistance and was viewed as a challenge to authority or disloyalty. Thus the scene was being set for systematic elimination of what was termed opposition.

“All the energies of the rulership were directed at his (Buhari) imaginary opposition rather than to effective leadership. The result of this misdirected effort is now very evident in the country as a whole. The government has started to drift. The economy does not seem to be getting any better as we witness daily increased inflation. The nation’s meagre resources are once again being wasted on unproductive ventures. Government has distanced itself from the people and the yearnings and aspirations of the people as constantly reflected in the media have been ignored. This is because a few people have arrogated to themselves the right to make the decision for the larger part of the ruling body.

“All these events have shown that the present composition of our country’s leadership cannot, therefore, justify its continued occupation of that position. Furthermore, the initial objectives and programmes of action which were meant to have been implemented since the ascension of power of the Buhari administration in Junary 1984 have been betrayed and discarded. The present state of uncertainty and stagnation cannot be permitted to degenerate into suppression and retrogression. We feel duty bound to use the resources and means at our disposal to restore hope in the minds of Nigerians and renew aspirations for a better future”

The above articulation astounds. Everything in quote is a reproduction of what’s occurring today. Buhari efficiently eliminates anybody he named opposition. He is probing where the PDP individuals got their campaign funds yet declined to unveil his as one of the main presidential candidates who asserted to have less than N27.5m to purchase Presidential form.

The announcement above likewise expressed that exertion made to prompt the then government met resolute resistance and it was seen as a challenge to authority and traitorousness. Could this truly be far from what’s going on today? Two days after the Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi transparently cautioned Buhari not to rehash the oversight of the last administration; there were plans to probe his time as the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.

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The Director at Jonathan/Sambo presidential crusade, Chief Fani-Kayode who openly blamed and accusing Buhari for shrouded agenda was locked up for quite a long time over what the Economic and Financial Crimes Comission (EFCC) who is in the blink of an eye attempting to awe the President, named fraudulent transaction amongst him and the previous NSA. Regardless of all clarifications, even after he met his bails, he was tossed into jail.

Ayo Fayose, another vocalist who is extremely incredulous of the present government, an individual from the Peoples Democratic Party (opposition) still has his footloose as the constitution shields him from indictment else he would have been cooling his chest in one of the Nigerian jails like the previous PDP National Secretary, Olisa Metuh who was likewise closed down for his basic assault.

Clearly, Buhari had never had any vision, he had survived faulting others around him and he lacks regret to the extent that he can’t apologize for any wrongdoings. Buhari is self acclaimed Mr. Exemplary who couldn’t give his elementary school certificate. Well, the consequences of our actions just started and we still have many years to endure it.

Since i was blamed for criticising without recommending solutions in my last article, i along these lines encourage Buhari to take a bow and go home to his grandchildren as what’s happening in Nigeria today is more than his capacities. Buhari is an old man most likely experiencing diminishing plasticity and anticipating that such a man should channel the issue of more than 180 million individuals is nonsensical.

 

Ehi Ekhator can be reached at [email protected]

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177 Responses to "Dear Buhari, confession is not cowardice by Ehi Ekhator"

  1. Romeo Hulk
    Romeo Hulk   September 9, 2016 at 2:13 pm

    President Buhari has no charisma and leadership qualities because he refuses you to continue with your looting spree.. He disallowed the massive sharing of our commonwealth among cronies and paddymen. Only the criminal minded disliked Buhari and his brand of leadership.

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  2. Ikechukwu Emmanuel
    Ikechukwu Emmanuel   September 9, 2016 at 12:26 pm

    The problem here is that APC is busy blaming the past government, and things ar going bad. The only plan they have is how to take POWER from PDP, no structural idea,

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  3. Orga Kelvin Cyprian
    Orga Kelvin Cyprian   September 9, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Hardship will continue in Nigeria Untill PMB takes a Bow and goes home .. this is not the 1st time he rule naija same thing then and same now…there is nothing like change, change Is a scarm by yoruba (the usefull Idiots) and Hausa (Jihadist) to take power back to the Hausa people …. may GOD help Naija Long live naija…

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  4. Frank Cee
    Frank Cee   September 9, 2016 at 9:35 am

    Buhari don’t have the capacity to lead this country,

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  5. Babs Olaleye
    Babs Olaleye   September 9, 2016 at 2:28 am

    Buhari s 2 weak

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  6. Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni
    Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni   September 9, 2016 at 2:07 am

    ..and they killed buhari. gudnite

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  7. Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni
    Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni   September 9, 2016 at 2:07 am

    ..and they killed buhari

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  8. Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni
    Genaf GreatAfiey Eyeni   September 9, 2016 at 2:06 am

    a man dt dont read wt do u xpect ? buhari shd be dragout..

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  9. Aji Fannami Dilala
    Aji Fannami Dilala   September 9, 2016 at 1:52 am

    Mr paul john, if buhari was or is a christian u would have been in d forfront praising him bt unfortunate for u he is a muslim. This what ur languages shows,

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  10. Bovet Omang
    Bovet Omang   September 9, 2016 at 1:24 am

    There is strength in weakness. Nigerians ar too much in a haste. For 16 years these same Nigerians had comlained. I am not suprise because even the people we consider as elites ar used to sharing the money.

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  11. Emmanuel Obadiah
    Emmanuel Obadiah   September 9, 2016 at 1:12 am

    apc is d greater party naja has ever hv

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  12. Emmanuel Obadiah
    Emmanuel Obadiah   September 9, 2016 at 1:12 am

    believ me PMB mean wel 4 naija

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  13. Oguwuike Bethel Deb
    Oguwuike Bethel Deb'Rah   September 9, 2016 at 12:42 am

    #FreeNnamdiKanu
    #SupportBiafrexit

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  14. Augustine Edmond
    Augustine Edmond   September 8, 2016 at 11:58 pm

    Tanks suleiman may allah bless u for sayng wat is right without sentiments tanks

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  15. Nwode Chimezie
    Nwode Chimezie   September 8, 2016 at 10:16 pm

    Mbaka why?

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  16. Tochukwu Stanley
    Tochukwu Stanley   September 8, 2016 at 10:02 pm

    I said it buhari is not a leader all the good work the past administration did has revise , you can see in the northern polio has come back but in the past administration, is not like that you can see the time of Goodluck there is food, but know food, now, will all know when Dr ngozie the powerful financial minister told Nigerians that look the Nigeria economy is bad, let us start saving the apc governor amaechi and Adams there said that Goodluck what to pack Nigeria money, Dr ngozie said ur lawmakers are the problem will have in this country the apc senators start talking, so you can see now pdp is the best buhari should resigned

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  17. Smart James Isaac
    Smart James Isaac   September 8, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    Am surpportin u

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  18. Nwode Chimezie
    Nwode Chimezie   September 8, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    Rev. Father Mbaka defiled GEJ regime by saying he want change. He said that GEJ is not capacited to rule Nigeria and now Mbaka is silent watching and enjoying change while the masse die of hunge and starvation. Mbaka why?

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  19. Sadiq Aliyu
    Sadiq Aliyu   September 8, 2016 at 8:57 pm

    Nigeria Is Not Means for Youth, if we can compare what happen during GEJ we can say we have start geting Nigeria in a Better Position, even thought Late #Umar Musa Yar’adu’a Rule for short Period of Time, The Achievement we Grab for his Administration is Better that GEJ Regime….. Therefore Nigeria Is not mean for the #YOUTH

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  20. Philip Ayuba Bobai
    Philip Ayuba Bobai   September 8, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    God is greater than buhari

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  21. Okoye Francis Chinwike
    Okoye Francis Chinwike   September 8, 2016 at 8:03 pm

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  22. Olanrewaju Abdus Salam
    Olanrewaju Abdus Salam   September 8, 2016 at 7:33 pm

    Y? Sum pple r wise, wen sum r other wise,,4 a sensible 2 say all these hardship r caused by Buhari, y Buhari? Nt Jonathan who wested an huge ammout of money just 2 please sum personalties ,casting thier vote,in accordance 2 wht sum ex leader did b4 him..pls nt Buhari at all think twice…?

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  23. Nwankwo Udoka
    Nwankwo Udoka   September 8, 2016 at 6:39 pm

    Biafra is d answer. Nigeria is collapsing.. Nigeria must disintergrate. All hail Biafra

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  24. Magaji Nagarba
    Magaji Nagarba   September 8, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    Hahaaaaaaa “freedom of expression”

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  25. Chukwudi Okelue
    Chukwudi Okelue   September 8, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    Mamud Abu u made a point , but u missing some thing . when he was over trowned by IBB was bcos d ecnomy then was Zero nd there was Austerity measure , hunger strike every were. PMB did not do any thing. it was IBB.

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  26. Ibrahim Yakubu
    Ibrahim Yakubu   September 8, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    what is plainty 4 nigerians nothing but lawlessness anD speed toward doom nigerians where only enjoying malnorish pleasure which at D long run nigerians will run anD run to no where nigerians are louky PMB came at dis time save we will lose 21st century human civilisation and turn back to the era where kings are law not laws are king where only the strong lives thank God for PMB

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  27. Law Ude
    Law Ude   September 8, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    Buhari’s children should rather come and rule this country. Hes too old for Nigeria. Old age is a blessing. I want to live long but not to occuppy seats meant for my children. Gooo. Buhari Gooo!

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  28. Olasumbo Oladosu
    Olasumbo Oladosu   September 8, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    if we can wait for PDP for 16years,let’s give APC 4years an element of doubt. Even though, Moses was not given chance by the Israeli, still, he is one of the best leaders of Israelites.

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  29. Anacho Uzomba
    Anacho Uzomba   September 8, 2016 at 8:26 am

    Mrs Regina Obianyor, a Catholic, and Redeemed Church members who started living with her as soon as she buried her husband in Enugu State and this man is not an Igbo indigene to talk of being an Anambarian. an abominable relationship used Acetylene gas fire and chemicals they put inside our ceiling to murder our Japanese family. Kindly read full details on our page. Anacho Nnojap https://www.facebook.com/anachonnojap/photos/a.939443622787290.1073741858.125331030865224/939443899453929/?type=3&theater

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  30. Peace Emayak Wilson
    Peace Emayak Wilson   September 8, 2016 at 6:37 am

    Very weak

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  31. John Yakubu
    John Yakubu   September 8, 2016 at 4:39 am

    Ignorance.

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  32. Kayode Anisere
    Kayode Anisere   September 8, 2016 at 4:14 am

    Let.him face d judgement of God b4 he died.

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  33. Ekanem Kingsley
    Ekanem Kingsley   September 8, 2016 at 3:21 am

    Buhari is not fit & incapable of ruling Nigeria.He’s confused

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  34. Asan Gwaza Dominic
    Asan Gwaza Dominic   September 8, 2016 at 3:01 am

    And so what,PMB u r going for 3rd tenure,God bless as a honest leader and deal with criminals

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  35. Igho Josh
    Igho Josh   September 8, 2016 at 2:56 am

    Everyone wt his or her own opinion. To me, this Mohammadu Buhari is the worst President of a Country I’ve ever seen. Worst than the highly hated President Robert Mugabe.

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  36. Monday Otabor
    Monday Otabor   September 8, 2016 at 2:51 am

    It beats my imagination that ppl are still supporting Buhari irrespective of the hardship Nigerians are going tru under his watch I think something is wrong somewhere honestly. Those in support of this suffering/hardship created by Buhari can never come out of it again.God is watching them

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  37. Chuks Nwadinobi Kanu
    Chuks Nwadinobi Kanu   September 8, 2016 at 2:43 am

    Buhari and his cabinet are Ghost Workers they must refund all they collected as salaries…. poor masses are dying while Bujari n his cronies are celebrating

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  38. Emmanuel Ikpatt
    Emmanuel Ikpatt   September 8, 2016 at 1:35 am
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  39. Didam Atang
    Didam Atang   September 8, 2016 at 1:04 am

    President Buhari will die in Aso Rock Villa & he’ll not be the first President to die there, pls vote him out in the next Presidential election. If you’ll not die before him.

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  40. Mahmood Abu Yusrah Qaasim
    Mahmood Abu Yusrah Qaasim   September 8, 2016 at 1:02 am

    Why not treat the issues, why sending him to his grandkids? Is it now a crime to be old and capable? Anyways, 1984 started this way according to history but when he left in 1985, there’s plenty for all. Be patient, let’s enjoy the gains of these pains

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  41. Precious Ifeanyi
    Precious Ifeanyi   September 8, 2016 at 12:50 am

    Buhari lacks the power and grace to leed the country he can not do anything so lets just forget him and pray to God for a better leader from any good partty that wil rule this country simple.

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  42. Vincent Olelewe
    Vincent Olelewe   September 8, 2016 at 12:47 am

    Good

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  43. Jacob Obande
    Jacob Obande   September 8, 2016 at 12:07 am

    He was voted in power out of misinformed and ignorance by our youth.they were all carried away by the changed slogan. We are in a changed world indeed because bag of rice initially sold at #7000 is now #20,000_#25,000.petrol from #87_#145,kerosene #50_#200,dollar #160_#420, prices of all essential commodity have been tripled, people are dying of hunger on daily basis and more.

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  44. Isaco Sunny
    Isaco Sunny   September 7, 2016 at 11:29 pm

    belonging to a political party is not blindfolded foolishness! it does not mean you shouldn’t prover solution to a policy or situation that you know deep down inside you is wrong. it doesn’t mean you should accept everything hook line and sinker as being correct so long as it’s comming out of ur party when u earnestly know that it’s wrong…that’s foolishness not partisanship! government is for the Masses not some privilege few so if you’re opportune not to be affected by the current recession don’t encourage it rather give meaningful solution for d sake of the masses. one Nigeria

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  45. Evans Joes
    Evans Joes   September 7, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    APC!!!!!!!!!!!! CHANGE……UP APC….

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  46. Dozie Onurah
    Dozie Onurah   September 7, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    God Bless Biafra !.

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  47. Yusuf Aminu
    Yusuf Aminu   September 7, 2016 at 9:38 pm

    Pius if u believe in one God then anything good or bad is aware. Pius today even in ur house will be defficult for u to rule them. In the 80 NPN Spoiled nigeria economy, he was not given enough time to fight to the last. Since then nigeria economy has suffered in the hand of looters, the same story again in 2015; PDP. Blame past govt not BUHARI, he is just a mechanic.

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    • Agede Ogar
      Agede Ogar   September 7, 2016 at 10:33 pm

      You are right…….a mechanic

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    • Chiedozie Onyeze
      Chiedozie Onyeze   September 8, 2016 at 12:52 pm

      Buhari the mechanic….. With ear problems.. How come he detects the fault on the engine he’s repairing? @Yusuf

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    • Veronica Augustus
      Veronica Augustus   September 8, 2016 at 9:47 pm
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    • Veronica Augustus
      Veronica Augustus   September 8, 2016 at 9:48 pm
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    • Veronica Augustus
      Veronica Augustus   September 8, 2016 at 9:51 pm
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    • Yusuf Aminu
      Yusuf Aminu   September 8, 2016 at 10:32 pm

      Chiedozie go and learn idiomatic expression, if u are realy linguistic what a mechanic mean. Buhari is far from ur thinking, does not look like mai malfa

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  48. Peters Hope George
    Peters Hope George   September 7, 2016 at 9:35 pm

    It’s well wit nigeria oooooo

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  49. Adedeji Waheed Olatubosun
    Adedeji Waheed Olatubosun   September 7, 2016 at 8:46 pm

    Buhari is a man of progress.

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  50. Reuben Clement
    Reuben Clement   September 7, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    Abeg.tell.am

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  51. Solomon Youmu
    Solomon Youmu   September 7, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    Buhari pack and go we need Lamido or Dagwambo a young person

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  52. Solomon Youmu
    Solomon Youmu   September 7, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    Buhari pack and go we need Lamido or Dagwambo a young person

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  53. Ononiwu Benard
    Ononiwu Benard   September 7, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    Trying to revamp the economy by chasing around the purported looters in pdp members who did not joined Apc can never do the country any good The maxim is when the economy doesnt grows it relapses What Sanusi told Buhari is truth Growth of the economy is not caused by the supposed looters but how well we applied economics

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  54. Emeka Nwachukwu
    Emeka Nwachukwu   September 7, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    Our Mr Buhari is fighting corruption…. We should not forget that d last set that defected from pdp to Apc is our former governors and national assembly Members… They also got the Campaign funds from Jonathan… And all of then made Mr Buhari president… 75% of Mr Buhari’s team is corrupt…. Him Mr Buhari hv served in past governments…..i want to ask those it mean that corruption is d only agenda in change Apc is working on….. Mr Buhari is finished but he can still make amendments… Pls everybody should read proverbs 24 vs 21-22…u will understand what Apc is….

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  55. Ferdinand Odama
    Ferdinand Odama   September 7, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    You are right my brother

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  56. Inyang Aniefiok
    Inyang Aniefiok   September 7, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    Those who spared him alive in 1985 have brought this comeupon on the entire nation. They can still correct their mistake today.

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  57. Chikwado Augustine Chukwuka
    Chikwado Augustine Chukwuka   September 7, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    If nobody votes for my dear Mr Buhari in 2019,i will be the only one to vote for him.nobody values what he/she has until he/she looses it.that is what nigerians want,iron hand.good for us all.my dear Mr President Buhari,you will live long to complete ur mandatory assignment before and after 2019.Long live ALL PARTIES!,Long live MR PRESIDENT BUHARI!!,Long live NIGERIANS!!!,Long live NIGERIA!!!!

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  58. Ogbonna Obinna
    Ogbonna Obinna   September 7, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    According to patience Jonathan, during campaign said Buhari’s brain cells are dead, dats wat I believe cos he hav no ideas or solutions to fix dis country. Our economy hav bn chattard, thousands if prsns hav lost their jobs, some companies hav folded up while some oders hav placed their workers on a half salaries due to poor economy, since d passage of d last budget notin is happening yet fuel price went up. Soon dey will start preparing anoda budget. Is dere any hope 4 dis country under dis administration?

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    • Naason Gabriel
      Naason Gabriel   September 9, 2016 at 1:31 am

      absolutely no hope under dis administration my broda

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  59. Shedrach Isenyo
    Shedrach Isenyo   September 7, 2016 at 4:33 pm

    Our elders who knew this man very very well as far back as (1980’s) that he is nothing but “empty coconut head” failed woefully to educate and guide us against voting this man and we ignorantly voted for him.

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  60. Sirblack Otuboy
    Sirblack Otuboy   September 7, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    Noise makers in the class i will write your names and send it to Presiden Buhari,if i will ask who are the cause of all this are we not the ones.when Goodluck was there we complain about his government how curruption has taken over,now we have found the person who is ready to fight for curruption we are shading tears.only for one year of admistration,wunna still they learn three years are still there to complete his tenure of service.

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  61. Agada Sunday
    Agada Sunday   September 7, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    Nigerian deserve all these inorder 2 serve as a lesson 2 us.”when they say something is smiling we dnt wnt 2 belive we use our hand 2 feel it and put it in our nose if it is true” Hope we are all seen it now?

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  62. Spina Agbu
    Spina Agbu   September 7, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    hmmm

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  63. Osayemi Onirayo Samson
    Osayemi Onirayo Samson   September 7, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    if Jonathan did take bow for Buhari then, Nigeria would have been better than this. if u,re looking for who to take bow next, think of ur state gov

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    • Chima Smart
      Chima Smart   September 7, 2016 at 6:48 pm

      Foolish talk!

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    • Osayemi Onirayo Samson
      Osayemi Onirayo Samson   September 7, 2016 at 7:08 pm

      It’s alwaiz like dat, the gospel of truth is alwaiz sound foolish to them that will perish

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  64. Buhari David
    Buhari David   September 7, 2016 at 1:48 pm

    May be some people are too politically or tribe blinded that they could not see better Nigeria ahead soon.

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    • Michael Edet
      Michael Edet   September 8, 2016 at 12:44 am

      I never see o.

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    • Buhari David
      Buhari David   September 8, 2016 at 2:08 am

      You need a positive heart, to turned things around.

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    • John Yakubu
      John Yakubu   September 8, 2016 at 4:42 am

      How i wish i can meet u 2 years frm now, sir these people re actually trying to help but nt getting it right.

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    • Buhari David
      Buhari David   September 8, 2016 at 12:24 pm

      You should know this truth when you had a son of, 25 Year old still depending on you to live and you had trying to fixed him on a pat of life he didn’t respond to it. You will help him a lot first by stopped giving him money and make him uncomfortable in the house you see him thinking of what to do for his survival
      That is what our past leaders failed to do because they wanted to enslaved us forever.

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  65. Michael Okechukwu Okpara
    Michael Okechukwu Okpara   September 7, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    The same hunger and starvation experienced during his first regime from 1983-1985 is repeating itself again and people still believe its in the best interest of Nigerians. Its only a fool that will keep doing same thing over and over again and expect a different result!!!

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  66. Adewale Babalola
    Adewale Babalola   September 7, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    Nigeria go better amen

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  67. Nnaa Nwobu
    Nnaa Nwobu   September 7, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    It is just unfortunate that we are in this mess. The nation Nigeria needs sound leaders and good economic policies. We’ve missed it. APC is a bad chance for the expected change. Truly, they know that there is need for a change and they are willing to affect the change but unfortunately they lack the driving force-sound people and good economic policies to turn the economy postively. They should look beyond the party for help.

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  68. Nnaa Nwobu
    Nnaa Nwobu   September 7, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    It is just unfortunate that we are in this mess. The nation Nigeria needs sound leaders and good economic policies. We’ve missed it. APC is a bad chance for the expected change. Truly, they know that there is need for a change and they are willing to affect the change but unfortunately they lack the driving force-sound people and good economic policies to turn the economy postively. They should look beyond the party for help.

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  69. Kingsley Ofo
    Kingsley Ofo   September 7, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    More ae cmin

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  70. Muhammad Thair
    Muhammad Thair   September 7, 2016 at 11:24 am

    mmm! NO more chop i chop,no fake contract,no black market/marketers,no daoble salary, mmm!buhari 1

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  71. Moses Omeiza
    Moses Omeiza   September 7, 2016 at 3:47 am

    FOOOLS

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  72. Reuben Chuwang
    Reuben Chuwang   September 7, 2016 at 3:02 am

    Which crook is more than PMB? When it is glaring he can’t honestly tell Nigerians the truth about his certificate. When is glaring he can’t fight the corruption against his chief of army staff. When he can’t say anything of the where of the acclaimed refunded loots. When there are many drama on national issues with his legislators. When he can’t listen to Bring Back Our Girls demonstrators that he once enjoyed their support. When he will illegaly detain any one that dare challenge him as if it is not democracy. If his supporters are blind, Nigerians are not blind.

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  73. Reuben Chuwang
    Reuben Chuwang   September 7, 2016 at 3:02 am

    Which crook is more than PMB? When it is glaring he can’t honestly tell Nigerians the truth about his certificate. When is glaring he can’t fight the corruption against his chief of army staff. When he can’t say anything of the where of the acclaimed refunded loots. When there are many drama on national issues with his legislators. When he can’t listen to Bring Back Our Girls demonstrators that he once enjoyed their support. When he will illegaly detain any one that dare challenge him as if it is not democracy. If his supporters are blind, Nigerians are not blind.

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  74. Johnson Dyk
    Johnson Dyk   September 7, 2016 at 2:17 am

    Lamenting over our costly mistake wont do any good. Stick to what you do best and just survive.

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    • Ajuma Sylvester
      Ajuma Sylvester   September 7, 2016 at 1:50 pm

      We should all stick to the status quo. That’s what we can do best for survival

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    • Johnson Dyk
      Johnson Dyk   September 7, 2016 at 6:41 pm

      I guess so

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  75. Orpin Anyor Emmanuel
    Orpin Anyor Emmanuel   September 7, 2016 at 2:05 am

    Instead of him to be strong so as to take the responsibilities as president, he went on blaming formal president Jonathan insensitively, this is why US & entire white people the call blacks INMATURED people, lack of sense,incompitence,inefficiency, enpty promisies,there eyes shine only on money. But this is my massage to them, “the kings greatness depends on how many people he lure, and how he lure them, without the he is nothing” i want uneducated ABOKI to take note. Lol

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  76. Sanusi Ali
    Sanusi Ali   September 7, 2016 at 1:55 am

    Every noise maker is a critic and writer all in frustration that their benefactor has been defeated in 2015 elections and the money stolen for sharing has been blocked by Buhari. Double despair for them!

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  77. Niko Ezema
    Niko Ezema   September 7, 2016 at 1:48 am

    Buhari is kwarapt ooo.In fact,he is fantastically and cocastically kwarapt.

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  78. Festus Okoh Iloba
    Festus Okoh Iloba   September 7, 2016 at 1:34 am

    He does not have what it takes to be a leader, he needs to go home and rest and enjoy old age.

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  79. Adeniyi Ogunloye Ebenezer
    Adeniyi Ogunloye Ebenezer   September 7, 2016 at 12:23 am

    This is nt d best of time,it is d worst of time;it is nt d age wisdom but an age foolishness.This is nt an epoch of belief but indeed an epoch of incredulity laden wt lies and unfulfilled electioneering promises.It is nt d season of light,but d season of darkness wt electricity supply

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  80. Sunny Igwe
    Sunny Igwe   September 6, 2016 at 11:40 pm

    Ur chidren is crying oh lord.let us no die for wort we dnt no.ties is our water to drink evry day now.the God of jorb and mishack shedrack an abadinegu come down an help us.

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  81. Samuel Erueseke
    Samuel Erueseke   September 6, 2016 at 11:35 pm

    It is only a thief that can catch a thief. So policemen that arrest thieves and robbers, criminals are themselves thieves robbers and criminals. I can wait for 2019 for those anti Buhari elements to vote PDP to power again and watch to see how the country will fare.

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    • Achonwa Kaykay
      Achonwa Kaykay   September 7, 2016 at 9:57 am

      Bros the country fared better under PDP ,these your anti corruption stance is just a gimmick ,its bow that corruption is unlimited ,

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    • Samuel Erueseke
      Samuel Erueseke   September 7, 2016 at 12:24 pm

      Achonwa Kaykay> Pls just be patient. You have the opportunity to bring back PDP in 2019. No matter how bad it is, people will survive till then.

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    • Olabanji Babatunde
      Olabanji Babatunde   September 7, 2016 at 5:34 pm

      Nigeria does not need both PDP&APC but restructure along fiscal federalism

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  82. Sunny Igwe
    Sunny Igwe   September 6, 2016 at 11:30 pm

    God pls help us. we dnt no wear to go now.hungry haz finish us

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  83. Christian Nwabuike
    Christian Nwabuike   September 6, 2016 at 11:28 pm

    Onuku zombie u ave spoken ur mind may be ur from daura

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  84. Mohammed Mustapha Husseini
    Mohammed Mustapha Husseini   September 6, 2016 at 11:26 pm

    Most Nigerians have enjoyed corruption for so long, they cannot endure change!

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    • Ajuma Sylvester
      Ajuma Sylvester   September 7, 2016 at 1:49 pm

      And we are talking about positive or negative change here?

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    • Chinasa Chuks
      Chinasa Chuks   September 7, 2016 at 3:41 pm

      Yes good change is accepted but when ppl r dying of hunger and d worst is that d sick cant b taken care of properly, r we to talk of d old ones. But buhari travelled outside just for an ear treatment why not here in nigeria. Flight ticket alone can salvage some peoples problem. Meaning that he cant boast of his country’s health standard in d name of making nigeria a better place. I pray it come to stay but he shld consider ppl present now n their wellbeing before d future ones

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  85. Hillary Eya
    Hillary Eya   September 6, 2016 at 10:16 pm

    Buhari z as good as nothing including his cabinet . He z d first thief no matter hw u brand him. He can’t achieve one thing in all he promised, tht makes him d first thief among thm, he steals by cheating. Economy in recession , herdsmen everywhr,people losing thier job not to talk of d unemployed, budget padding,Common to control his brothers bokoharam he can’t . Wht else can he do ?

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    • Buhari David
      Buhari David   September 7, 2016 at 1:44 pm

      And you can you name one thing that you have achieved in life with your intelligence?

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    • Ajuma Sylvester
      Ajuma Sylvester   September 7, 2016 at 1:46 pm

      Hahahahahahahhahahahahhaha

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    • Michael Edet
      Michael Edet   September 8, 2016 at 12:41 am

      He has achieved by writing his post for you to see.

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    • Itz Awwal Kha Leel
      Itz Awwal Kha Leel   September 8, 2016 at 4:01 am

      I seriously laff when I reach end of ur statement,olryt lemme quote it” and even for him to control his brothers Boko Haram he cnt”… Abeg kip it up, what a nice Joke.

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    • Nwigwe Johnypraise Uchechukwu
      Nwigwe Johnypraise Uchechukwu   September 8, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      Buhari David, althrough my life av nt seen such a confused name…

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    • Taiwo Kolade Josiah
      Taiwo Kolade Josiah   September 8, 2016 at 7:37 pm

      LOL confused name?????

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    • Taiwo Kolade Josiah
      Taiwo Kolade Josiah   September 8, 2016 at 7:37 pm

      Lol..confused name???

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    • Hillary Eya
      Hillary Eya   September 8, 2016 at 7:45 pm

      I shouldn’t hv replied u (Buhari David) but to help, has always been my concern . I wish u can removed BUHARI from ur name to become David . Buhari is empty headed including u . His emptiness is seen everywhere . And u are a witness to his emptiness.

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    • Prince George
      Prince George   September 8, 2016 at 11:49 pm

      I blive [email protected] Hillary

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  86. Imoh Essien Bob
    Imoh Essien Bob   September 6, 2016 at 10:01 pm

    Who e epp? Its only a thief that catches a thief. If he is pure as they claim he is a saint we will see positive results and not assault but now we sumersult instead. You pipo would not remember when buhari accuses previous admin calling GEJ father of corruption and said would make the country ungovernable for him rather than working as a team towards nation building. Well,power has been relinquished to him and he is ruling and not leading that’s the reason for the inaction. As a tyrant,you don’t listen to no body other than yourself ‘obsession’. You take war at any slightest provocation which is unfamiliar with a democratic system. Buhari is now into what we call organized crime toenrich himself and all his people. Perversion of justice is theft,levying direct tax on citizenry as call,text and data rate is theft. Denying people of their fundamental human rights is theft of the highest order.

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  87. Temietan Segun
    Temietan Segun   September 6, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    our president has derail from the cause that make me vote 4 him

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  88. Victor Abibo Jr.
    Victor Abibo Jr.   September 6, 2016 at 9:29 pm

    “At least I can be proud to say any where I go that My president is not a THIEF, My President is a catcher of THIEF.
    Today in Nigeria… Once you say ‘Bu’ the THIEVES will RUN away before you add ‘hari’…
    Never again will people in government become billionaires without any office address..
    Nigerians Wake up, BUHARI is IN-CHARGE” – Gov. Adams Oshomole.
    The Edo State Comrade Governor.

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    • Achonwa Kaykay
      Achonwa Kaykay   September 7, 2016 at 9:59 am

      U need help

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    • Victor Abibo Jr.
      Victor Abibo Jr.   September 7, 2016 at 10:21 am

      No, you do.

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    • Idahosa Aimienrovbiye
      Idahosa Aimienrovbiye   September 7, 2016 at 9:34 pm

      These days an Emir sits in his garden and makes a single call and his is a billon naira richer without a kobo of his in the business.I didn’t make that up…ask Emir Sanusi.Kwarapsion now has a new meaning.

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  89. Mustapha Musa
    Mustapha Musa   September 6, 2016 at 9:28 pm

    Kalu Destiny, you call Mr. President a thief, had it been that you really know who is a thief, you could have not even got or used that your your beer and evil mouth to call Mr. President with such a name. Though, Nigerians know who is a thief and where stealing and the armed Roberts is originated. Useless Bendel.

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    • Iguehide Bright
      Iguehide Bright   September 7, 2016 at 4:13 am

      How dare u? Morons serving bubu gari. Are u wiser dan HRH Sanusi lamido? U bigots

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    • Niyaba Zongani Job
      Niyaba Zongani Job   September 8, 2016 at 12:50 am

      Where is the money he collected? Is fighting all he can do? Wat about development? Guy u are a fool

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  90. Pius Paul Johnson Suleman
    Pius Paul Johnson Suleman   September 6, 2016 at 9:24 pm

    Buhari is not meant/fit to rule Nigeria. Nigeria is too complex an entity for him to rule. He has no such charisma for leadership. Reasons are the same things that happened when he was the head of states way back in the 80s are replaying before our very eyes. Nigerian shall be great YES!!! but it need to be restructured back to Regions. Only God can help Nigeria not buhari, he is such a weak man.

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    • Emmanuel Ikenwe
      Emmanuel Ikenwe   September 7, 2016 at 5:18 pm

      ….. and how strong are you?

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    • Xbishop Uchenna
      Xbishop Uchenna   September 7, 2016 at 10:00 pm

      With dis ur level of knowledge wat ar u still doin at home……….ur english is empty without action so bakk it up

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    • Pius Paul Johnson Suleman
      Pius Paul Johnson Suleman   September 7, 2016 at 10:08 pm

      Some are meant to repeat history while history made some….

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    • Martha Marshal Joshua
      Martha Marshal Joshua   September 8, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      most Nigerians wont recognized truth even if it slaps them on d face,such a pity.

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    • Imoh Essien Bob
      Imoh Essien Bob   September 8, 2016 at 10:25 pm

      Nigerians has a godlike followership especially whenever a tyrant is ruling them. Suffering and smiling is the order of the day assaults to human rights on daily basis no one is talkin if u talk u end up in jail – man named dog buhari. Its a pitiable pisma pisma and regretably lugubrious that Nigeria dies every passing day by the hands of godforsaken persons who handle delicate human lives with laxity. Its piss me up to know that; ‘a man’s enemy are the members of his own household’

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    • Pius Paul Johnson Suleman
      Pius Paul Johnson Suleman   September 8, 2016 at 11:57 pm

      Am so glad having you wonderful people like @Martha Marshal Joshua and @Imoh Essien Bob ….some people hate the truth because of what only God knows why…just few days ago a man, a fellow Nigerian fell from a skyscraper in lagos and died, he said he is tired of life…only in Nigeria people will be suffering and smiling because they have mouth and can’t talk…Google and check what caused the Arab Spring… Few days ago another politician said that Nigerian are suffering is not real..that is people playing politics…imagine that trash coming out from an elder statesman….

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    • Naason Gabriel
      Naason Gabriel   September 9, 2016 at 1:20 am

      wen d righteous rule d ppl ar happy.but wend ungodly rules wat do u espect?suffering hard i no,crying.dieing.lamenting an frustration.das wat we ar witnessing today in nigeria under d tyran Bubu

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  91. David Menim
    David Menim   September 6, 2016 at 9:07 pm

    Well, all na wash.

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  92. Kelvin Eze
    Kelvin Eze   September 6, 2016 at 9:03 pm
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  93. Atuche Chinedu
    Atuche Chinedu   September 6, 2016 at 8:57 pm

    Amen Haruna

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  94. Kalu Destiny
    Kalu Destiny   September 6, 2016 at 8:56 pm

    BUHARI is thief

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  95. Tempo Jaff Uduoba
    Tempo Jaff Uduoba   September 6, 2016 at 8:17 pm

    Wht abt those dat lose their lives on hungar and fustration?? Can he bring back those lives?…idiotic ppl

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  96. Muazu Sulaiman
    Muazu Sulaiman   September 6, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Nigeria Sai Baba

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  97. Oja Egbai
    Oja Egbai   September 6, 2016 at 8:00 pm

    Nigeria must move forward it is either your are part of it or your out of it

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  98. Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
    Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 6, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    That was the same burden which we refused to bear back then that brought back the same hoodlums and inappropriation PMB is trying to correct now….most of the ppl that earnestly vote for PMB is to bring him back in order to rid nigeria off these crooks and their crookedness..
    Its is really tough now but i still believe we will smile at the end…Long live APC…long live PMB…long live Nigeria

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    • Tempo Jaff Uduoba
      Tempo Jaff Uduoba   September 6, 2016 at 8:11 pm

      Blinded cow

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    • Austine Valentino
      Austine Valentino   September 6, 2016 at 8:21 pm

      Suffering and smilling

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    • Hero Oko
      Hero Oko   September 6, 2016 at 10:23 pm

      I hope u re not blind nd deaf at d same time?

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 6, 2016 at 11:34 pm

      @Tempo,Austine & Oko…Woe unto ye all, the lost sheeps of Biafra.

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 6, 2016 at 11:35 pm

      @Tempo,Austine & Oko…Woe unto ye all, the lost sheep of Biafra.

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    • Niko Ezema
      Niko Ezema   September 7, 2016 at 1:39 am

      Short live buhari

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    • Ifeanyi Sunday
      Ifeanyi Sunday   September 7, 2016 at 2:10 am

      Day dreaming

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    • Edeh Daniel Chinedu
      Edeh Daniel Chinedu   September 7, 2016 at 3:45 am

      Dying and smilling. Mad man.

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    • Ets Harderboyhr Horluwargbothemir Dreamchaser
      Ets Harderboyhr Horluwargbothemir Dreamchaser   September 7, 2016 at 3:49 am

      Yhu ar eatin awt of it abi

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    • Hero Oko
      Hero Oko   September 7, 2016 at 6:51 am

      Until you enter grave, u won’t knw or beliv wat ur inferior broda has done to dis country. He has totally damage this country called Nigeria. I knew sentiment wil not allow u to open ur eyes to see nd ur mouth to confess the truth. I tink Tom Marino said everytin in his letter to the US Secretary of State John Kerry. Aboki is always aboki nomata wat.

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    • Achonwa Kaykay
      Achonwa Kaykay   September 7, 2016 at 9:54 am

      I wonder how an aboki’s brain is configured

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    • Owelle Prospect Emeka
      Owelle Prospect Emeka   September 7, 2016 at 2:36 pm

      Hope ur not being padded. Pmb has a moral burden u can aswel be more honest to the fact that any point in time ur hero assumes as a leader badluck follows him something is wrong wt him shame to him.

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    • Chinasa Chuks
      Chinasa Chuks   September 7, 2016 at 3:34 pm

      This is d problem in this nonsense nigeria and facebook. We leave issues nd individuals to attack ethnic groups n @ times religion, what brought abt biafra here, cant u address d commenter one on one. U think dat u r better than d biafrans? Even ur ppl r also dying n suffering whatever u think will soon better. E go better n ppl r dying who then will it b better for? I wonderoooooo

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    • Rekedei Mavis
      Rekedei Mavis   September 7, 2016 at 5:35 pm

      People r suffering, losing there jobs, suicide everywhere, companies shutting down and u can still post dz nonsense, ur shame can not mk u criticise constructively, kip praising the clueless tyrant

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    • James Njoku
      James Njoku   September 7, 2016 at 7:27 pm

      Blind leper!

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    • Chukwudi Ebenezer
      Chukwudi Ebenezer   September 7, 2016 at 8:59 pm

      Stories…upon…stories…

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 7, 2016 at 10:23 pm

      Woe unto you short sighted hungry Biafrans frogs….all you know is importation of junks from oversea and claim to be industrous…i know your grudges is caused by hunger and so you shall dwell in it for the rest of your life…

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    • Jacob Obande
      Jacob Obande   September 8, 2016 at 12:15 am

      Mr man you and your brother has failed Nigeria. The clock is already thick in,very soon Nigeria will threw out like Jonathan

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    • Eberechi Saint Robert
      Eberechi Saint Robert   September 8, 2016 at 12:16 am

      Lol, who dey H pass for dis naija?

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 8, 2016 at 12:40 am

      @Jacob…Correction!!! My brother has fail the Igbos (As usual)…No president has ever impress you except Dumbo Jonathan…as you can see only the igbos are applauding (What a hypocracy)..Back then when he was president all the Igbos denounced him as one of their son but now you ppl are left with nothing to hold on from the root to the branches but only the (dry)leaves of the tree….!!! Your blabbering only stopped at pages of Facebook and nothing else….Nnamdi Kanu is deonouncing IPOB & pleading for mercy everyday….Okah has come up with a faction…!!! What a divided house….!!! The only hope for you ppl is diaspora,run to South Africa and get fried like fish…lousy louse!!!

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    • Azuka Nwasokwu
      Azuka Nwasokwu   September 8, 2016 at 1:00 am

      You’re a fool

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    • Izuwa Mugget
      Izuwa Mugget   September 8, 2016 at 1:17 am

      Hahahahaha @ mohammad look at dis almajiri who attended jonathans almajiri schl so u think u cn come out here 2 abuse d betters u nd ur generations yet unborn ur embacile illitrate son of a slave rapist president shuld start his corruption fight from his house cos his household are thieves nd corrupt check out his wife nd croneys so just shutup shamelee begger fool have u nt seen d pictyures of ur pple dieing of hunger? Cow brain u will die in ignorance bloodt bigot

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    • Obi Ekezie
      Obi Ekezie   September 8, 2016 at 1:55 am

      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad,upon your daft leaders being in power for so long,your region is still backward is the centre of poverty, diseases, illiteracy, violence, almajiri,poor infrastructures, unending gap of the rich and poor.
      You are the most pitied and miserable. The Igbo man has since left you people behind.
      After getting the presidency,either through military might or democracy, what next?
      Honestly ask yourself, why is the northern Nigeria underdeveloped inspite of our hold to power all the years.
      Allah be your guide.

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 8, 2016 at 2:24 am

      @Ezekie….The north is poor but no northern sold his child….the north is poor but no northerner rob and steal…the north is poor but no northerner live in diaspora….the north is poor but no northerner traffick in drugs….the north is poor but no northerner survive on garri & Fufu….the north is poor but no northerner engaged in counterfeit and duping…the north is poor but no northerner pikin is send to italy to do Ashawo…the north is poor, yet there are millions of Inyamuri in this north….the north is poor but most igbos business thrives in the north….the north is poor but the richest african is from this north…the north is poor but Azikiwe and Ojukwu were born in the north…the north is poor Ojukwu father makes millions in the north….the north is poor but Zik beg for one Nigeria (including this north)…the north is poor but Rochas, Kalu, Nzegwu Psquare,etc are established in the north….the north is but all the Sabon Gari in the norther states were occupied by the Igbos….the north is poor but all the markets in the north were ocupied by igbos….the north is poor but most igbos prefer to school in the north….Is this north really poor….I dont think so….!!!

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    • Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
      Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 8, 2016 at 2:36 am

      @Ezekie…Thank God we even produced daft leaders that rule over your “smart” Followers…Igbo president can never be realistic in Nigeria…the highest position the igbo has ever attained is by the help of a northerner (Shagari & Ekweme, IBB & Aikhomu, Then Buhari & Okadigbo were close to the top)…The cowards igbos often boast of cessession which often fail along the road….you ppl should embrace defeat(as usual)and keep running shops and your usual criminal activities(which i believe you will never stop)til thy kingdom comes…!!

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    • John Yakubu
      John Yakubu   September 8, 2016 at 4:38 am

      D problem is dat d man thinks he knws all, people go to school spend years to be economists, he tinks is a waste of time , dats why he doesnt ask for advice, lets watch and see where this ignorance will kip us by 2019.

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    • Benedict Uzodinma Omeje
      Benedict Uzodinma Omeje   September 8, 2016 at 8:29 am

      my broda after d austerity that buhari introduced in d 80’s my question is how come after ibb came in suddenly there was money everywhere and for more than 20 something years there was nothing like recession until PMB showed up again. Am I missing something?

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  99. Ahmad Haruna Muhammad
    Ahmad Haruna Muhammad   September 6, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    That was the same burden which we refused to bear back then that brought back the same hoodlums and inappropriation PMB is trying to correct now….most of the ppl that earnestly vote for PMB is to bring him back in order to rid nigeria off these crooks and their crookedness..
    Its is really tough now but i still believe we will smile at the end…Long live APC…long live PMB…long live Nigeria

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  100. Amarachi Ugochi Hisgrace
    Amarachi Ugochi Hisgrace   September 6, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    Only if he can take d advice

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