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No to Babangida in 2007

Discussion in 'NEWS, BOOKS, CULTURE' started by Sola, Jun 22, 2005.

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  1. Papino

    Papino Well-Known Member

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    My brother corruption is not originally from Nigeria and yes Diasporan votes would not count.I feel a matured West African in you and i would advice you to let it go just like Kikis already did.Otherwise,your constant reminder of the corruption issue would be seen as insensitive as using the misfortune of war to taunt a fellow West African.
     
  2. Meddeen250

    Meddeen250 Humanitarian

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    Sorry if my comments offend you, but I was just stating the truth.
    Are you now saying the level of corruption is not high in Nigeria?
    BTW, Nigeria and Sierra Leone were given equal ratings in terms of corruption. What a joke.:bouncy
     
  3. Papino

    Papino Well-Known Member

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    You worry o!
     
  4. Meddeen250

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    Hmm! I haven't been there for some time now. I'll give an adequate response to your claim.smokin:
     
  5. Peaches

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    You have a bad night for yet again re-iterating that Babangida will rule. Honestly with such wish, i'm tempted to wish another civil war on you but because I know your *** escaped SL and was probably granted asylum in the UK, i'll save those who's lost family and friends in the war.

    Abacha gave you our children who probably weren't paid for months before going to war to go and die in some stupid war and you call him a good man? What do we get from bloody Sierra Leone for the lives of our children who died in that senseless war? We get their bodies in bodybags sent back to us with no diamonds in them for their families? Have you ever sat to wonder what happened to the widows and children of these soldiers? Oh, let's forget that this same hero killed Saro-wiwa and hundreds of Ogoni people. Let's forget that he killed Abiola and his wife. Let's forget that he killed a lot of army officers. Please let's forget that some journalist went missing and are still not accounted for. Let's forget why don't we that some ordinary citizens were shut dead in Lagos for exercises freedom of speech against the government of Abacha. Let's forget that whilst our civil servants weren't paid in Nigeria, Abacha was busy acting big daddy to Sierra Leone and wasting our money on arms to fight war that doesn't concern the average Nigerian. Let's forget that his wives and children looted our money shall we? Let's forget that we no longer have free medical service in that country and people keep dropping dead like flies over little illness like malaria.

    **** YOU MEDEEN! **** YOU REAL BAD! Infact, if I had a machine gun I could blast your head off for saying Babangida will come back into power you freaging novice, stupid, ignoramus who knows nothing! Virtually Noting about Nigeria! Make I just no see you for london o, I go organise my area boys to give you serious beating for this.

    For wishing Babangida on us again, may your country witness what we witness during his tenure in our country!
     
  6. Meddeen250

    Meddeen250 Humanitarian

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    My dear, it's better to remain alive than to die.
    Just look at the ocean. If you take a bucket of water from the ocean, it doesn't make any difference. The ocean continues to flow as if nothing happened. I usually apply the same principle with death. When someone dies, life continues as if nothing happened. People go about their normal life and one can't help but think that the dead individual is the looser. Believe me when I say that living is much better than dying.
     
  7. Obariba

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    Its corrupt no doubt ...they stuff the ballot boxes ...I wish we would invest in electronic voting machines !!!

    There are serious ongoing prayers and even the poor are like "enough is enough" ......no one will take bribe this time around !!

    Im all for them to include the death penalty in the constitution to stop corruption .......Idiagbon ....how I miss thee !!
     
  8. amamellow

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    you be crazy girl you know that :bouncy





     
  9. Meddeen250

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    @ highlighted. Point well taken. I've just got a few more posts to make and I'll be gone.:)
     
  10. Obariba

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    I hearby dedicate this video to you !!!!


    Its called "The Power Of One" !!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCsf821rV_o

    Enjoy ....little drops of water make a mighty ocean ........



    A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step !!

    Cheers !
     
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    Of course death no go bother you. Yeye oloshi! No be comfy London you dey wen you dey watch the rest of your country people being massacred to death? E don eat burger, had access to the library which he never did in Sierra Leone now he considered himself a certified looney to comment in other people's affairs. Anuofia! Oloriburuku omo!
     
  12. Peaches

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    My sister, what can I say other than "It takes one to know one". :1200:
     
  13. Obariba

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    lady_vexy Heart that is Sweet

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    :eek: ...
     
  15. amamellow

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    my own never reach your level:1087: :box




     
  16. Peaches

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    Copy and pasting ni ki iwo ma se n be yen. Se ko ye ko ti wo bed? Why ti o se je responses mi lo n so na?
     
  17. Peaches

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    na so coffee dey react for my bodi. I go soon comot now but right now, my eyes jos refuse to close. I tire sef. I sure say I go wake up tomorrow go dey ask if I really wrote the tin wen I write dem. Hopefully Sola go never ban me by then.sweat:
     
  18. Meddeen250

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    @highlighted. Before you wish another war on my country, just remember that lots of Nigerians (both soldiers and civillians) died in the previous war. I know you've got a low IQ, but even the most stupid person on earth wouldn't wish a war on another country.
     
  19. Obariba

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    Shebi u sabi Isaac Boro now ????
     
  20. Meddeen250

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    @highlighted. Wow!
     
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