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Monday, February 13, 2017

James Ibori Says He Is Not A Thief!

Delta state’s former governor, Chief James Onaneife Ibori, has said that he is not a thief.



Ibori made this know at the First Baptist Church, Oghara during a thanksgiving service organised in his honour by the Oghara Kingdom.

Ibori said “Today I have decided to speak for myself, I am not a thief, I cannot be a thief.

Today is the day they say I should give testimony to God, for those that know me, you know that my entire life is a testimony itself and I have said it over and over again that my life is fashioned by God, directed by God, sealed, acknowledged, blessed by God and I believe that since the day I was born.


“Like the Archbishop said, when this whole commotion started, what was most painful to me was the pain and suffering that my people were going through. “It has nothing to do with me as a person because for some reasons like I said to you, I drew my strength from God and somehow, I knew that God would stand by me, I knew that one day, and this day would come.




I am indeed very pleased that I can now stand before you and look at your faces, faces that I have missed and those of you that have indeed suffered the pains of my absence. It has nothing to do with me. “So, when I reflect, it gives me joy that all your prayers, God has answered, all your supports and solidarity with me all through this period; it is indeed not what I can begin to say.

Like what our former chief of staff, Francis Agboroh said it is “unquestionable”. If I am to give testimony of my journey you will not leave here. The only testimony that I have is the fact that I am back and alive in your midst. And again I say that I never had any doubt in my mind that I would get back home.

From Vanguard


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65 comments:

  1. Na me be armed rubber πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. No Sir, you are not a thief. You are a gatherer.

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    2. Taaa.. so all th investigations by the British police were false kwa?

      OK I get what you mean sir. You weren't found guilty on the Nigerian soil so technically it makes you not a thief here.. but u can't say same in the UK. Got you sir. *rme*

      OK bye Ibori

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  2. Yes o!Not a thief but GBEWIRI

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    1. Stella you replaced the word " ungbikuabke "with unquestionable lol

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    2. God bless you Lora,he IS GBEWIRI, ALO KOLOHUN KI GBE, JAGUDA PALI,IRAN ANINI.

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    3. Hahahaha....you got me laughing real hard

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  3. Of course na,how can he be a thief when even Seun Egbegbe claim he is not a thief.

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  4. Ifa hear..onye oshi

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  5. Afterall stealing is not corruption...

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  6. Man of the people
    Escoba of Delta
    What of all the foreigners who go to Ndelta to make away with their natural resources and end up using it to develop other places, living larger than life and the real owners die in abject poverty? Is not better the son of the soil takes it himself? As i heard their was less surferring for his people under his reing bc he made sure the looth gets to the common man. He is an ex convict Yea obj was also an ex convict. In conclusion all politicians are thieves

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    1. So what has stopped you from doing the same for your people? Your sense of reasoning though...

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  7. @ibukun can u post ur email under my comment,

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  8. Seun egbegbe too is not a thiefπŸ˜‚

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    1. Look πŸ‘†πŸ‘†πŸ‘†

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    2. No u no be thief but a rogue but stella ooo, Nigerians are so gullible imagine this man being celebrated on his return to niger. Na wa oooo,na real wah

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  9. People like this man Ibori make my Christian life difficult.

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    1. you are making it difficult for yourself, don't you know right from wrong?

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    2. If you know right from wrong madam English and I must react, you would have read between the lines rather.

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  10. God is not asleep. Whichever clergy man officiated that thanksgiving do you have a conscience? Oriegu

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    1. It doesn't mean anything really, free the pastor abeg.

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  11. When our (in)competent courts & justices found him innocent, how then will he agree to be a thief. He isn't...by Nigerian standards na!

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    1. You gat it. Exactly what I said up there. Lol

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  12. You are not a thief, just a "robin hood" so funny to know that you pleaded guilty with your mouth. chaii..diarisgodooooo

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  13. Wawuuu
    Nigeria we hail thee

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  14. LMAO. In fact, lemme laugh well. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha. Yeye dey smell or like Adekunle Gold will say, #wehdonesah

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  15. Who is that beside him? Where is Nkoyo abeg? Abi Ibori don sack Nkoyo?

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  16. Oh well he his not a thief Stella. After looting our money he comes back to Nigeria and we give him a grand reception right from the airport and we call him a thief. Haba thats a visitor na. Only likes of Seun Egbegbe are considered thiefs in Nigeria. Our nos 1 problem in this country is religion. See multitude in church for Thank giving ceremony of a convict. My people perish for lack of knowledge.

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  17. We hear u. Why dint u tell dem dat b4 u wer jailed?! Efcc needs to carry dat yr arch bishop sef! Nonsense! Instead mk u keep quiet,u still dey mk noise!

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  18. Ok now. So where is onkoyo and who are these women?

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  19. You no thief, you help keep the money for UK for them. Tell that to marine spirit in the waters.

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  20. So special front seat for him ba? All good.

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  21. he is not a thief but he is an ole. mtcheeeew i just dont understand why Nigerians celebrate corrupt leaders gaskiya.

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  22. We believe you...
    Seems shame is not in this man's dictionary.
    Won't be surprised if he contested again and win.
    #canonlyhappeninnaija

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  23. Seun "egbere" will definitely say the same!

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  24. Ahhhn ahhhn! How can y'all call a man who helped his people save their money abroad a thief? he just carried all that money abroad for safekeeping so that Federal Govt will not carry it. Lmao. Shameless lots.

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    1. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  25. My own is who is his present wife and who are those ladies sitting beside him

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  26. Things are happening ! This idiot that should hang his head in shame , climbs the holy pulpit and lies by declaring that he is not a thief . Even when he's is an ex convict and found guilty on looting public funds . Jesus ... he must think Nigerians are gullible . But aren't we ? Look the crowd that came for his thanksgiving service , instead of the church to be boycotted ...these are indeed end times

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    1. What I don't know is why Baba God decided He no longer use that thunder that we used to watch in all those religious films of those days. Dt thunder suppose reach some politicians abeg.

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  27. Shameful! Is Nkoyo his wife back from her own jail?

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  28. He is not a thief. Ask Jonathan.

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  29. So disappointed, God please hasten my leave from this country. Am tired, exhausted, pissed, sick, depressed. Ever you guys in abroad, make one tanda there. No need coming back cos this country is fucked up. Imagine no light since yesterday and the heat is our of this world.😩😩😩😩😩😭😭😭😭😭

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  30. He is not a thief but his an looter.

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  31. An average Nigeria man would rather celebrate a politician who looted and put them in abject poverty. Quote me anywhere

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  32. Nawa o. See Sename Ibori, my senior in school.
    This girl has really gone far. So she really stuck by this man all this while.
    Some girls are really strong, I no fit put my head inside this kind marriage o. A man that has kids my age. She's even looking older, Sename can't be more than 34.

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  33. Even you catch a thief he or she will still deny being one. Na me be criminal. Yimu

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  34. He is not a theif, if I hear, shameless thing

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  35. ONLY IN NIGERIA!
    ONLY IN NIGERIA!
    DISGRACEFUL!
    DISGRACEFUL!
    AND THE CHURCH TO BE A PARTAKER OF THIS NONSENSE, MAKES IT WORST!

    And yes, i am shouting for all to hear! Mschew.

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