No to Babangida in 2007

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Aust_nne

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No No. Not him again...

What about the bill that was meant to be passed sometime in 2007in which no one is allowed to return to any position of authority after the first time . I remember it was once a thread here.
 

Crazy T

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I am not joining the chorus of no to IBB rather I'll say may the will of God be done for us in Nigeria. Who known maybe IBB is coming to corrects all his past mistakes.
 

kolinzo

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Well, IBB is the best choice out of the candidates! Should he win this election, I don't think he'd be there to mess things up further. Anyway sha..what's the worse that could happen? Just like crazy T said, let the will of God be done for Naija!!
 

peculiar

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kolinzo said:
Well, IBB is the best choice out of the candidates! Should he win this election, I don't think he'd be there to mess things up further. Anyway sha..what's the worse that could happen? Just like crazy T said, let the will of God be done for Naija!!
Are u serious??Wow!!I definitely have no clue whats going on.In what way though? I believe people do change and God's a God of second chances......I want who/what God WANTS,I believe whoever it is will be who Nigeria NEEDS!
 

Aust_nne

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How can we say No when the election is most likely to be rigged anyway? When last was an election a reflection of who the people wanted?
 
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My own question is what difference does it make if he wins the election or not?
As far as am concern no one can rule Nigeria democratically; Nigeria is a country that is too corrupt and I believe there aint any Nigerian in this generation that would bring the glory back to that country.
Everyone wants to win the election so that they can accumulate more wealth to their family name.
90% of Nigerian are looking for that golden opportunity to embezzle public fund so in my own opinion everyone should be suspected.
 

Pete

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Aust_nne said:
U mean Orji Uzor Kalu...it was once rumoured that there was an affair going on with IBB and his Mom..why would he not support him.
Really? Yea, I know the Orji worships his mum; the woman is actually responsible for most decisions he makes.
 

Aust_nne

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Pete said:
Really? Yea, I know the Orji worships his mum; the woman is actually responsible for most decisions he makes.
Yeah! Rumored but you still cant trust the media but there seems to be an element of truth in it. Some other things like promises to make him the VP if he wins....they are all birds of the same feather.
 

Pete

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Aust_nne said:
Yeah! Rumored but you still cant trust the media but there seems to be an element of truth in it. Some other things like promises to make him the VP if he wins....they are all birds of the same feather.
Abi. I don't know about that, but I wouln't think making him VP will change anything.
 

Aust_nne

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Pete said:
Abi. I don't know about that, but I wouln't think making him VP will change anything.
whatever they make him...The most he can do for Nigerians is to improve the Nigerian soccer team and probably help them win games again..thats the only thing he seems to be good at. Nigeria seriously needs fresh blood.
 

Pete

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Aust_nne said:
whatever they make him...The most he can do for Nigerians is to improve the Nigerian soccer team and probably help them win games again..thats the only thing he seems to be good at. Nigeria seriously needs fresh blood.
Good fresh blood, that is.
 
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Why are some of you guys against IBB?
I know Nigerians in London that are hoping and praying that IBB get's back into the office of the president. They believe he was a great leader and he would make a lot of improvements to that country. In additon, I was told he's the most suitable candidate for the position.

Oga Sola it appears you're also against IBB, are you now involved in politics? :rolleyes:
 
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Aust_nne said:
whatever they make him...The most he can do for Nigerians is to improve the Nigerian soccer team and probably help them win games again..thats the only thing he seems to be good at. Nigeria seriously needs fresh blood.

Isn't that an improvement on it's own?

On the issue of Nigeria needing "fresh blood", don't you think the devil you know is better than the angel you do not know? :roll
 
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