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Nigeria To Postpone Elections Ahead Of Boko Haram Offensive

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Sola

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Nigeria’s electoral commission is to postpone presidential and legislative elections for six weeks to give a new multinational force time to secure north-eastern areas under the sway of Boko Haram, an official has said.

Millions could be disenfranchised if the voting went ahead on February 14th while the Islamic extremists hold a large area of the north east and continue the violence that has driven 1.5 million people from their homes. MORE
This is utterly laughable. King Jonathan is quaking in his pants obviously, and so he's looking for more time to ensure PDP rigs their way in as usual. What is he going to do in 6weeks that he couldn't have tried in so many years of opportunities before this group became so big an issue? And the so-called impartial INEC? Seriously?
 

NTB

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No be PDP? Dem sabi any oda way?
U cannot answer a question with a question :knuck Remind GMB he never submit his certificate ooosweat: All them military certificates he collected will not suffice since he does not have the minimum requirement. He can come and enroll in a GED crash course for 4 weeks and take the exam before March 28th :teacher:
 

eyi-mofe

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Mr. Goodluck can redeem himself and make history by conducting a credible election and Accepting defeat with GRACE and be the first Nigerian president to do that He will be respected all over the world.He will join people like Kofi Anna etc to preach PEACE all over Africa EVEN SOLA may respect him then.
 

NTB

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Mr. Goodluck can redeem himself and make history by conducting a credible election and Accepting defeat with GRACE and be the first Nigerian president to do that He will be respected all over the world.He will join people like Kofi Anna etc to preach PEACE all over Africa EVEN SOLA may respect him then.
Accept defeat when election never happen :laugh:. Keep hope alive but that hope will be dashed come 3/28. #GEJ2015IsIt

JEGA took early retirement since his hands were found inside the cookie jar doing the northern bidding. More to come
 

eyi-mofe

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Accept defeat when election never happen :laugh:. Keep hope alive but that hope will be dashed come 3/28. #GEJ2015IsIt

JEGA took early retirement since his hands were found inside the cookie jar doing the northern bidding. More to come
IF he is defeated.
 

Sola

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JEGA took early retirement since his hands were found inside the cookie jar doing the northern bidding.
Of course. If he does not do PDP bidding, he must be doing the Northern bidding. Dude can't win. What a screwed up country...
 

NTB

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Dis Una “Change” Campaign Sef.!” The More I look, De More Wey I Dey See Say Shakespear Correct When ee Talk Say, “All Dat Glitters No Be Gold.”

• If you support PDP, you are paid to do so and apparently, a thief;

• But if you support APC, you are a patriot who is fighting for Nigeria

• If an APC governor award a km of road for N1.2billion, he is prudent and God sent

• If a PDP Governor awards same km of road for N500million, he is thief

• If Fani Kayode joins PDP, he is a bastard

• If Atiku Joins APC, he is a democrat

• If Jonathan Spends N7billion for his office per year, he is a criminal

• If Fashola spend same in a year, he is a saint

• If Akpabio approved N200million as pension, he must be stoned

• If fashola approves N300million for Tinubu, he is a change agent

• If you cancelled toll gates as a PDP government, you are an enemy of Progress;

• But if you build a road in Lagos, with taxpayers money and toll the road, you are a genius

• If you increase school fees as a PDP government, you must be crucified;

• If you do same as APC government, there must be a reason Cuz education is not cheap anywhere in the world

• If you made your party Governors raise over N1billion for your chieftaincy title celebration in Niger State, you are a worthy leader;

• But if as a PDP leader, friends and associates donate gifts to your daughter's wedding, you are a cruel hardened criminal taking the people for a ride

• If you share Okada to the poor as a PDP, you are poor people's enemy;

• If you ban okada after the election as an APC government, you are only helping the poor to stay alive, so you mean well

• If you single handedly made your daughter a market women leader in APC state, it is for progress of the people;

• But if your wife is made a permanent secretary in your state by your state government of PDP, you are a greedy fellow

• If you spend $16billion on electricity without power and then support APC, you are a navigator;

• If you raised $500million through the unbundling of same power, you are clueless

• If you inaugurate the reconstruction of the busiest road in west Africa twice but failed to do anything than support APC, the saboteurs must be at work

If you inaugurate the reconstruction of the busiest road in west Africa twice but failed to do anything, then support APC, the saboteurs must be at work, no one can blame you;

• But if you start the renovation of the same road within a year, but still in PDP, you are a deceitful person

• If you failed to pay your workers for months, but in APC, it is not your fault but someone up there;

• But if you failed to pay the workers for a month, and still in PDP, you are a wicked human being

• If you borrow $1billion in 3 years as a central government, you are big time criminal;

• But if you borrow same amount as a state government under APC, you are a forward thinker

• If you force your family, Inlaw and girlfriends as senators and lawmakers on the rest of your party members, you are progressive leader;

• But if you act like you don't care in PDP, you are a dullard

• Finally, if you tried to get a third term fraudulently by bribing the legislatures but failed, then support APC, you are a democrat and the father of the nation;

• If you try to get a constitutional second term in PDP, without their blessings, you are an ingrate and stupid.

In their time we had Halliburton Scandal, I.D card scandal, Siemens scandal, we had subsidy scam scandal, we have National stadium contract scandal, we had health budget financing scam, We had aviation sector scam, we had power sector scandal; how many people did he jail to prove he fought corruption? Rather, EFCC was his big stick against his perceived political enemies.

In their time we had a sitting Governor kidnapped by a thug working for the President. We had a whole region of the country rigged in Favour of his party. Morris Ibekwe, a wanted international fraudster won election under PDP.

Those who stole Nigeria blind as PDP; Atiku, Obasanjo, Baraje, Saraki, Wammako, Kwakwanso, Amaechi, Oyinlola, Segun Oni, Okorocha, Ngige, Adeleke, El Rufai, etc, are today the same people financing APC and calling for "CHANGE".

Flash back to 1999, who were these people? Billionaires? They were nobody. Today, they spend billions and no one dare to ask a question. If you do, you are a enemy of progress.

They started with "New PDP", when that didn't fly. They joined a cult group called ACN to become APC. Same characters, with different name.

Some gullible Nigerians in their usual characters, started praising them as their messiahs!

Sometimes it is better not to be a Nigerian than to be a confused and ignorant one.

This is a Food for thought for us all who called ourselves learned person.
 

NTB

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Can you see who is in this photo? And You Wonder If Nigeria Needs Change. Yes We Do; But the Change we need is a democratically re-elected president whose victory has nothing to do with
Obasanjo, Atiku, Babangida, and Tinubu.

Folks, if Abacha were alive today, he would be a member of APC and many in APC would have been lobbying him to be there presidential candidate.

Oh; how soon we forget!
 

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Sola

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Details of Jega's nefarious meetings with Northern Oligarchy to rig 2015 Presidential election

http://biafransatellite.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/explosive-minutes-details-of-jegas.html?m=1
Yap, very credible source.

You miss the point though. No one is here pounding his chest for Buhari. I witnessed the madness of his time in office with Idiagbon in the early 80s. Our politicians back then were as evil as they are now, pillaging, destroying what they were elected to build. It was tempting to hope for a soldier to come in and treat them as the trash they mostly really are. Still, a lot of the military leaders' actions were inexcusable, but for the life of me, they got Nigerians following rules for a change. People were scared into obeying the law.

Fast forward to today. Those of us looking to Buhari are hanging on hope, sure, and it can easily go awry fast, but the man has been out of the military for 30yrs, longer than the 25yrs he was a soldier. Hopefully, that has tamed his more animalistic instincts (and we shouldn't disregard the fact that Nigeria needs some kind of righteous animal now to save us from the madness we continue to push ourselves into). Jonathan has no idea what he's doing in that office. He has depleted our coffers and can't do the one critical thing any president has to be able to do - protect the country. If you can't keep the country safe, you can't rule. Its government 101. Any other thing is secondary. Security comes first. Nothing can grow unless there is security. Investments? What investments? Mr. President sends the wrong signals to our detractors. He appears weak, directionless, stumbling from one after-thought to another failure. It is to his discredit that it is under his watch that election cannot hold due to security lapses. How can he even show his face anywhere? He should be embarrassed. Even if he's a good man at heart, that does not mean he knows how to manage a complex entity like Nigeria. If he couldn't do it for the past 6-or so years, what ace is he going to pull out of his box of tricks to make it better in the next 6 weeks, or in a second (or 3rd more like) term?

We're simply stuck between two choices a nation should not have to make - bad choices. There are folks who can move Nigeria forward on the sidelines, but the screwed up electoral system we have on the ground will give them no leeway to advance. Its all so frustrating and explains why one hopes Buhari will go the Rawlings path. It doesn't make him a saint however...
 

NTB

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What has Buhari brought to the table since his government was overthrown just as he overthrew the one before him? NOTHING.

Buhari should simply go and sit down where he has been sitting for the last 30 years doing nothing, not engaging or producing anything with the government or private sector that has benefited Nigeria or her citizens.

Is it not a shame that out of the so called young intelligent minds in APC, it is a 72 year old dictator that they are offering to lead Nigeria? Buhari has not shown that he understands the current security challenges we face. All we hear from him is “I will stabilise the North-east, I will fight Boko Haram.” He has yet to tell us how he plans to do this and will not because he does not have a clue and simply does not know. The rules of engagement has changed and what he knew and did 30 years ago will not work or apply to today's issues.

The Buhari you wish for does not exist today. The man you all have placed your hope in is simply an old man who keeps forgetting, rambling and jumbling up what he his coaches have taught him. How does one forget the name of his running mate? The man is suffering from Alzheimer's and you all knew this when you presented him as your preferred candidate. The Angry People Congress (APC) agenda is very clear and will not materialize in this dispensation. They brought Boko Haram into the mix to disorganize GEJ's administration however their agenda has overrun them.

GEJ is not a saint however he has done more for Nigeria than his predecessors. His slow and steady is yielding results all over Nigeria.

Nigeria is on a progressive path and will not regress nor reach into the past to recycle leaders.
 
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Sola

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They brought Boko Haram into the mix to disorganize GEJ's administration however their agenda has overrun them.
I suppose the same can be said about your guys disrupting the oil sector when a non-waterside person is in power. I believed in Ken Saro-Wiwa's fight, but the MEND guys took it too far.
GEJ is not a saint however he has done more for Nigeria than his predecessors. His slow and steady is yielding results all over Nigeria.
He's slow and unsteady, actually, uninspiring to boot. I mean what kind of President releases an Alams from prison? What the heck? What kind of impression are you presenting to the younger generation and nation?

Buhari is, however, not the best choice, so he's really impossible to defend. The devil and the deep blue sea is what we got. I will call you to remind you of this thread the day Jonathan runs Nigeria completely aground, because that's where we're headed sadly. Our size may be an advantage, but it is also obviously a burden and we should consider breaking up. Let people go their own way abeg. Maybe that will save us before the guns and killings go on national display. God bless Nigeria...because no politician will.
 

NTB

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Breaking up the Country or breaking into regions and each region control their resources and contribute into the larger economy?

Which one do you want
 

NTB

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Nigeria Governor Chibuike Amaechi Panics - Boko Haram Dollars


BokoHaramGate is unraveling so let them get ready.
 
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