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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Throwback Tweet Of APC Pouring Encomium On Atiku

The Internet never forgets..!!!






Hope you checked the date?LMAO

32 comments:

  1. He is truely an asset.Now an asset of PDP. Okay o

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  2. That's the reason they are panicking nah...same wine, new bottle

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    1. Same sh*t, different toilet

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  3. Four years ago

    The Internet is a Recycle
    Bin

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  4. LMAO πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜€, this our politicians eeh!!! No permanent friends, no permanent enemies. Anywhere belle face, their mouth go face too SMH @ them.

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  5. APC is pure fraud. Party of full of Liars and hypocrites. Let me see how they will deny this one or turn it upside down.

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  6. Stella this one na small, do I need to send to you the speech of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to Atiku during his 70th birthday? You need to see the praises accorded to him, all of a sudden the same people are calling him corrupt because he won the party ticket. Are the APC people different from the biblical sycophant that sang Hossana during the triumphant entry of Jesus, only to shout crucify Him five days later.

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    1. The two have never been close. It is not true.

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    2. President Muhammadu Buhari, ormer Governor of Lagos State and All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart, Bola Tinubu, and the party have felicitated with former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, as he turns 70 on November 25, 2016.

      In a letter he personally signed, Buhari said he was delighted to welcome Atiku “to the 70s club,” and prayed that Allah would grant him “many more years of good health and service to Nigeria.”

      The president added: “Over the years, I have admired your courage and doggedness in defending your interests and your generosity in promoting education. The American University in Yola is one of your noble legacies, and my hope and wish is that it will endure.”

      Buhari said both himself and the former vice president should be grateful to Allah, who has granted them grace to be in the 70s club, and sends “kind personal regards.”
      Also, Tinubu described Atiku as a man of faith, saying faith has kept him going and waxing strong.

      In a letter he personally signed, Tinubu felicitated with Atiku on attaining the proverbial age of 70 and urged him to accept that “there is a tide in the affairs of men.”
      He said in the letter in which he addressed Atiku as his dear brother:
      “I write to felicitate with you on the attainment of the proverbial age of three scores and ten, 70.

      “Your life has been a life of service to your people, your country and the causes you believe in. Nigeria has been well served by your stewardship and leadership.

      “Your steadfastness in walking the democratic path sets you apart as a leader with substance.
      “Your passion for education has seen you invest your time and resources in education, knowing full well that when you educate people, you educate a nation.

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      “You are a man of faith. Your faith has kept you going and kept you strong.  I urge you to accept that there is a tide in the affairs of men.

      You must continue to serve Nigeria well even as a private citizen. And a notable leader.
      “Do not relent because Nigeria needs you and others like you to continue to make life more meaningful.

      “We must continue to explore common grounds towards promoting the common good. I pray for a long life and continued good health for Turaki Adamawa, Atiku Abubakar.”
      On its part, the APC praised the Atiku for his numerous contributions to the development of the country.

      The party in its birthday message to Atiku, said the history of Nigeria is incomplete without copious reference to his contributions to the economic development of Nigeria.
      In a letter signed by the party’s National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, the former vice president was hailed for his solid contributions to the growth of the party and entrenching democracy in the country.

      The letter read: “Our great party, the APC celebrates with your excellency on the occasion of your 70th birthday. The history of Nigeria is incomplete without copious reference to your immense contributions to the social, political and economic development of the country.
      “Over the years, you have proven yourself as a democrat, detrabalised leader, elder statesman, successful businessman, political icon and philanthropist.

      “The party particularly laud your investment in the country’s education sector and other business ventures. These investments have touched lives positively and generated employment for many Nigerians.

      “As a party leader, the APC attest to your solid contributions to the growth of our great party and entrenching democracy in the country. The APC wishes you many more happy, healthy and fulfilled years of service to the party and nation.”

         
      You can Google this if you still doubt it.

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    3. You said there was a speech. In this your comment, there is no speech but a letter reportedly signed by Tinubu. We still want to see the speech. Where is the speeeech? Not letter. Speech and letter are different things. Which means, you didn’t see anything.

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    4. 18:24 are you serious? What do you understand by letter? Is it not a message been convey? So a speech can't be written and read? I gave up on you.

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  7. Well, it’s a two way thing. We would love to see the same people dig up Atiku’s tweets praising APC after he left PDP. We know that happened. All of them, including Atiku are political hypocrites.

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  8. These political parties are like bitches. They ain't loyal.

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    1. @ShugarGirl, same ppl rili still dn't get dz.......plz Nigerian lets all shine our eyes n not allow any party brain wash us wit dir selfish interest.
      They r all same same,useless policitians flirting from one party to anoda(runaway fromer apc candidate, later pdp, later accord, gbogbo won na same)....not wasting ma vote rara ati rara.....tayad of them all.

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    2. On point @ MIIIIII
      Voting for either PDP or APC would mean wasting my efforts.

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  9. He was and is truly an asset o🀣🀣🀣🀣...we dey observe in 20D

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  10. And now the Asset is being called a thief? What an irony?

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  11. What about the throwback tweets, posts and videos of Atiku pouring encomiums on Buhari and the APC? Need I send them to you? πŸ˜’πŸ˜

    Politicians will always be politicians at the end of the day. Personal interests first.

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    1. SEND IT IN PLS...WE NEED IT.

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  12. Same menses, different pad. But I will vote Atiku Sha

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  14. We need freΕ‘h candidates. No Atiku no Buhari.

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  15. Even Aisha Buhari will vote Atiku.
    Byeeee BubuπŸ˜‹

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