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Fear Grips Obasanjo

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by obude, May 27, 2007.

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  1. grafikdon

    grafikdon Well-Known Member

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    Weda Obasanjo perform pass Mobutu or weda e perform pass Kwame Nkrumah, that one no be my concern. My own be say Y'ardua is like a fly that perched on your t-e-s-t-i-c-les, you want to swat the fly so bad but you can't because if you do, pop goes your nutsack... so what do you do, you shrug in total resignation and let the fly be, hoping it will shy away from taking a bite off the thingy... hoping that it won't bring any harm to your most important anatomical structure... praying it will fly away in perfect peace when the time comes.

    Na so I see am.
     
  2. bluestocking

    bluestocking Well-Known Member

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    I wont accept your apology. sue me
     
  3. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    Bia shey night never come for you?:)
     
  4. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    My friend its past ur bed time!
     
  5. bluestocking

    bluestocking Well-Known Member

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    and what are you still doing awake?
     
  6. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    Khamileon is fast asleep, na im Spirit dey write so!:)
     
  7. KikisMuffin

    KikisMuffin I no get ya time!!

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    You dey crase....sweat: sweat: sweat:
     
  8. Joi

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    Khami dis ya Avarra get as e be o :teu26:

     
  9. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    It's fun though we can dissagree, and hey!!!! you folks myself and Khamileon got no problems, we are friends for life, made by God, anything we do here here has no bearing in our day to day life because when we call each other we never discuss it, it may seems out of hands in some way because i told him to stop calling names, but then we are cool and we love each other as friends.
     
  10. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    Wetin do the avater na today you see am??, or you are just asking for khami's attention, mind you his wives are all here. so be careful.:) :)
     
  11. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    please do because we are cool here.
     
  12. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    Kingibe's appointment is the beginning of another era of recycling members of the "old order," whose activities in the past brought the nation to its sorry pass.Bringing Kingibe back into government is a graphic illustration of the beginning of the recycling of the old political irritants to commence setting new agenda for the under-development of Nigerians, again an antithetical move to rubbish the so-called reforms of Obasanjo's administration in the negative, The President should be wary of names being suggested to him so as not to fall victim to formidable cabal of old with fraudulent pasts."It is a wrong political decision on the part of the Federal Government to bring Kingibe back from the oblivion, which his disloyalty and non-commitment to leadership has shown as exemplified by his attitude to the presumed winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, Chief Moshood Abiola, when he jumped and joined the junta's. one thing is clear Kingibe is in this for the money, anyway lets wait for the other appointments, and and access how good Yaádua is prepared to lead Nigeria.
     
  13. Peaches

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    My brother, wetin you dey think o,
    My sister, helep don come
    SDP, MKO, Kingibe, Progress!
    Abiola be the man o, SDP na the party
    To solve our problem for a better tomorrow....

    Sorry, couldn't help myself.
     
  14. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    What help are you implying?, are you calling the appointment of KIngibe help??, I don't get you right?.
     
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    Noooooooooooooo! That was the theme song for Abiola - Kingibe presidential campaign back in the days.
     
  16. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    ok, but anyway this man Yaádua, has to think before he start sharing appointments, even former governors that did not do anything better in their states are all billed for appointments because they are members of PDP, is that how we are going to bring Nigeria forward?, Nigeria has intellectuals for God sake, why not use them??, instead of old politcal office holders?.
     
  17. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    Nigeria is full of graduate of the Leader's of political school of the more you look, the less you understand. that has been my signature, and i am just right.
     
  18. Papino

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    Which former Governors?
    I know the source of your sudden fear but Muazu did well in Bauchi and is within the very few Nigerians alive that would not rig his state for his party and even organised the election in his state freely to the extent that he lost the senatorial seat.Who else is that sincere?
    Donald Duke also did well and would definitely do good in the Tourism ministry when we consider how he turned Cross Rivers into a status "A"state.
    Aliero did well in Kebbi.I worked in that state and can tell you that he transformed the state with amazing infrastructures.Check
     
  19. Joi

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    Papino my guy - how now?
     
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    post #200
     
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