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Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Abuja Court Proscribes IPOB As A Terrorist Group.....

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32 comments:

  1. Justice for hire!

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    1. Good move by the government,, waiting for IPOB next move.

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  2. Evidence?
    Tried and executed by the military!
    read by the "court"
    What a joke!
    What a lootomilitocracy!

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  3. Military: IPOB is a terrorist organization.
    Court: Military said that IPOB is a terrorist organization.
    QED.

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    1. I've never seen a lame duck run so fast!
      That was just "phase one"
      Phase 2: pin all the arms import through Tincan Island to ipob/Kanu
      arrest him again and execute him in "media firing squad"

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  4. Jeez we get the message already, can they now stop! Umu Pharaoh ndi obi akpo.

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  5. Enough of this ipob and Kanu. They are immaterial.

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  6. And fulani herdsmen are what please? May God help Nigeria.

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  7. Marginalization is not peculiar to the East. The masses in Nigeria are suffering, while the ruling class and their families are living the good life. The main problem of Nigerian is corruption and tribalism. An American borrowed system of democracy will not solve the country's problem rather it encourages corruption. The state houses of Assembly, the House of Representative and Senate are a huge drain on the nation resources. This so called democracy is a sham. Election in Nigeria is big waste of time and money. What we need is a benevolent dictator. Each state with appointed Governors, people of integrity with the interest of the people in their hearts.

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    1. You must be a fake pastorian fake professorian dullardeen! Buhari has received sense from Saraki to go and do the needful in following due process. Receive yours.

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  9. Not all criminals are terrorists tho.

    Nnamdi should have known it isnt a smart thing tho fight the nation or threaten a country etc... some things were just too extreme.

    Well, anything that will bring peace is all im after.

    May God just keep us in peace and unity. Nigeria isnt ready for any crisis. I am not ready! The world isnt ready.

    With this, i hope the herdsmen causing trouble and other group or individual who posses as a threat and/or makes threatening statements to people who dont buy their (his/her) view(s) or sentiment(s), gets labelled terrorist(s) too

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  10. No matter how much the declaration, that dream of the Igbos can never be quinch. Trust me I give it 5 years, it will spring up.

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    1. Quinch? What's a Quinch? Which Igbos by the way? Not the ones I know are very happy and financially comfortable in Nigeria and want to remain here.

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  11. Thank God, we want peace. We Nigerians are dealing with a whole lot right now, we don't need war to be added

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  12. I don't know what is wrong with me, I feel like throwing up; vomiting in the mornings and most part of the day, and my appetite for food has increased, Bv please what's wrong with me?

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    1. As this is a hospital? Go to the nearest hospital and get checked out. If you're male, delay is dangerous. If you're female, maybe you've "chop and belleful" or you're reacting to something. Don't wait for anyone to give you diagnosis without tests

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    2. **Puts both hands on my head and shout**
      These were the symptoms my former neighbour had!!!
      Eventually died of HIV...

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  13. Sometimes,I wonder if our judiciary system is up to what it should be.

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  14. Fake court, fake news.

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  15. I think this IPOB thing is being done this way because of Kanu's utterances. We know that herdsmen have done and are doing worse things yet nobody has gone to any court to PROSCRIBE them. Sometimes, I wish we could have a leader that would gather all these our old men and go the way of Ghana. This recycling of semi-senile people isn't okay for the system

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    1. Herdsmen are like traders. How do you proscribe yoruba traders or Idoma farmers? Use your head!

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  16. And the herdsmen????
    This is clear intimidation.
    Appeal sharp sharp.

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  17. Soon the presidency will turn into a cycle of revenge. The next President will proscribe all Fulanis terrorists.
    Na turn by turn.

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  18. I wonder why people keep mentioning fulani herdsmen. Please who are the herdsmen? Is there any named group organisation or body fronting as herdsmenew? If you want to arrest herdsmen who will u meet or where's there headquarters? It's just like saying a group of rogue farmers or shoemakers or hunters. It's dumb bringing it to the equation.

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    1. Spot on Stan. The best thing that can be done about them is to ensure they are disarmed and rogues among them arrested.

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