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Saturday, January 12, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post


If I was In Nigeria,I would vote for..............A Young President !!!

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  1. Stella why should I tell you na? It's a secret ballot system remember

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  2. No PVC...would've voted for Osibanjo if I had one.

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    1. As in u jump Buhari say na Osinbanyo...u dey alright so?

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  3. Kingsley Moghalu for sure

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  4. I don't av a candidate in mind BT Atiku would be good, BT with d whole scandal trailing him,and d whole tin PDP did.....BT anyhow e be Buhari must go back to his kinsmen,if he tries rigging den he will realize d disadvantage of an heterogeneous country... imagine d whole supreme court saga, even a fool will knw is all becos of d election

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    1. That CJN issue is very serious. By Monday the case will start. The government are trying so hard to remove every stumbling block on their way, and they are starting with the Chief Justice of Nigeria. Justice Walter. They want to put a puppet that will influence and give juducial favorable judgement to them after rigging the election.

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    2. Foolishness dey really worry you. Did FG file that petition?

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    3. Anonymous 20:26, The man that filed it is a former aide to the President. The Presidency don't need to do it themselves but to hire someone. In law I am meant to understand that if a judicial officer is found wanting on a corruption charges, the NJC is the first point of contact to have taken the matter to for questioning. Why the haste? and again hurriedly initiating a case to kick off on Monday at the code of conduct bureau? The attorney of the federation should know more about this arbitrariness been displayed by the petitioner in connivance with the Presidency. But they will fail at it I bet you.

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  5. NO PVC, NO VOTE. But i would have voted for Atiku

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  6. I will vote for 2face
    Stella why you asking sef

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  7. Atiku all the way....he's waaaaay better than this fucker who
    1- spent half of his tenure abroad spending our money on medical bills and top of it all will come tell us that 'he believes in facts than in figures' in moving Nigeria forward! Weere buuuruku no Buhari yen...see how boko haram has taken over Borneo because of this scumbag!
    2- who allowed two idiots from the north to permanently sit in Aso rock and dictate what he should do and should not do!
    3- stupid fucker who would rather prosecute the innocents that speaks out against him but will allow the likes of ganduje barawo to still be in office....ani ko ni daa fun oloshi yen see!!!

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  8. Definitely a younger man. Kingsley Moghalu or Fela Durotoye. I am still deliberating between the two of them.
    We need a vibrant man, a man that would not be controlled by so called Cabals. A man that knows his onions, one that can make a positive impact in Nigeria and the life of Nigerians. An educated and smart man, one who will not put his interest before Nigeria. A man that is not greedy , not corrupt , one that has integrity. A non- tribalist. A brilliant man. A man that values education. I want a president that will eradicate poverty in Nigeria.

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    1. Poverty can never be eradicated from Nigeria rather standard of living will be improved. So unfortunate the duo you mentioned don't have the followership and financial muscle to influence the electorates. Nigeria hasn't gotten to that point where people vote for credibility.

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    2. One that can communicate effectively and have the ability to manage crisis. A President with a good vision for the Country, both present and future visions. One that will make Nigerians happy again.

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    3. TEEJAY, POVERTY can be eradicated in Nigeria. It is POSSIBLE.
      The duo that I mentioned do not have to win now. It can always be a work in progress. What they need is our massive votes to send a message to those incompetent and corrupt men.
      The duo that I mentioned can reduce unemployment to the bearest minimum and create enabling atmosphere for businesses to thrive (local and foreign).

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    4. Your second and third paragraph are true but you see the first one about poverty, it can never be eradicated, but can be reduced. Do you know there are poor people in US and UK? With how developed those countries are, they still have poor people among them.

      Some poverty state of some Nigerians are created by them and not as a result of government policy.

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    5. @cherished, I like your analogy. You should however understand that a vote casted in favour of all those small parties is a vote in favour of APC. If only those against Buhari can throw their political weight in favoirbof Atiku...that is the only way we can oust this dysfunctional president and his cohorts. #Atikualltheway

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    6. TEEJAY, to be poor doesn't mean one is impoverished, Poverty is ABSOLUTE lack of basic amenities, no shelter,no food/ water, no cloth, no access to health facility. All these could be a thing of the past in this Country.
      Juliet, I can NEVER, I repeat, NEVER vote for Atiku. You don't know what that man is capable of doing and mine is not hearsay o, I am a witness. Just that anything goes in Nigeria.
      If only we can vote massively for those that are credible, like I said earlier, they do not have to win, just making a strong statement for now. We need to let those recycled men know that we understand their games, we need to let them know that we have changed our mentality.

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    7. Juliet, Atiku is also one of the cohorts of the 'dysfunctional president', as you call him. That he is in the opposition now doesn't make him a lesser evil.
      We have to start from somewhere, take the right step forward IF we really want Nigeria to be great again.

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    8. For the sake of our Children and Generations to come, I won't vote for Atiku because that would be wickedness, evil on my part.
      A vote for Atiku is a vote against the future of our Children.
      When you hear people say' BIGGEST THIEF, it is the likes of Atiku that are being referred to.

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    9. CherishD just shush it.. Vote for whoever but when d suffering intensifies (cos I r indirectly voting for Buhari) ,don't come here and cry. Bigger thief ko

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    10. Anonymous 9:52, remove your withering fingers from the keyboard.
      If you cannot state your opinion like a sensible person, do not come replying to my comments. Uncultured Being.

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    11. Anonymous9:52,My crying days were caused by Atiku and his cohorts and they are definitely over.

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  9. Atiku.cos the election is between pdpd and APC.any other party they will not allow them to see light

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    1. Spot on! That is why those against APC should support Atiku. Imagine the presidency trapping Atiku and putting him in a tight corner. Funds for campaign cannot even be disbursed,else EFCC will come knocking. It's just so pathetic.

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  10. Atiku of course. I would have voted for sowore but me and you both know our next president is either atiku or the lifeless bigot in aso Rock now.

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  11. Same here, if I had a PVC I would vote for a young and vibrant aspirant. Too bad my PVC got stolen in 2015, and I can't go and waste my precious time on a queue for a renewal. Na siddon look I dey.

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  12. Those young guys I am voting for. We need people like sowore and co

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    1. Sowore is never a good candidate to start with. He can't even win a local government election in Nigeria. What is his pedigree?

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    2. He cannot even win councillorship election.

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    3. do you need a pedigree? what pedigree did buhari ibb and abacha have?what pedigree does macron have? Jonathan had ''pedigree'' what did he do? sharrap jor. you are on sdk talking pedigree when ocasio cortez in the us house of rep almost straight of college. nonsense

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    4. Anonymous I guess you don't understand what is pedigree. When I talked about pedigree here, I mean what is Sowore history and background in the Nigeria state and politics? Who is his biological father or God father in politics? Do you think anyone can just wake up one morning and vile for the highest office of the land? At least if he had been a Senator, Rep, governor or minister, then there is a lead way but none of these positions has he occupied and you think he can ride smoothly to Aso rock?

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    5. Yori yorim,deep down,you know Sowore stands no chance.

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    6. @anon 21:12, the fact that those people you mentioned don't have pedigree doesn't mean that we should vote in yet another clueless individual. We need to break this jinx of electing bad Eggs

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    7. LMFAO. Sowore will be worse than Buhari. Just being young does not automatically qualify you to be a good candidate

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  13. Not voting.... No canidate that i like

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  14. Who else if not Buhari, I'm an unapologetic BUHARIST!😎😎😎😎

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    1. Ladybug after seeing how BEGGING increased on this blog? @Blesse Princess

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    2. You have said that over and over again on the blog. Everyone have their choice candidates and I wish people will learn to respect other peoples view on their beliefs.

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    3. Never knw can't be your sis again ....*sob*sob*
      Ladybugsis# changing name to iwantedladybugassis#😎😎😎😎

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    4. Hahaha annon19.32

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    5. I stand with Buhari. The only man that has shown commitment in eradicating corruption and this will reduce the poverty in the land even in security will be limited.

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  15. I will not vote because votes do not count anymore in my country. Rigging has taken over democracy.

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    1. It's not those who vote that determine the outcome of an election but the one who can't the vote.- Joseph Stalin.

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    2. Teejay, you just earned yourself another fan. Keep up the good work my brother.

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    3. Thanks Juliet. I am humbled.

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  16. I am voting for Teejay. Make I finish this oha with cowtail soup first I dey come

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  17. I will vote for PDP because of Peter Obi.He is truthful and transparent to the core. @Blessed Princess

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  18. I'm voting Buhari for sure. If you have foresight you'll see. Be there and keep shouting Atiku, the man who shortchanged and sabotaged the economy of Nigeria indirectly because he wanted his company Intels to have continous monopoly over a particular part of the economy. The FG refused and he took his business to other African countries because of his greed thereby laying off thousands of workers and selling lies to them to blame the FG. He still wants to be the president of the same country he sabotaged its economy .President Buhari is getting re-elected. Stella you can chose to post or not.

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    1. Your head dwy there. Most of those shouting Atiku were still in secondary school when he was the VP,some primary School sef. While some were not even born when he was the Customs boss. This guy is the most corrupt of all the Presidential Candidates. He desperately needs a rebound, and he will not get it.

      Anything BUT Atiku!

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    2. The Obi factor is just a bait, sadly its working on the South Easterners. Obi will hear wien, if they ever wim

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  19. #teamPDP
    It's a BATTLE ROYALE, a difficult one at that.

    AtikuObi on the saddle for 2019.
    Get Nigeria working again, investors are waiting. International bodies are begging.

    End the scourge of terrorism.
    Put food on the table.
    Change the economic metrics.

    Finally UNITE NIGERIA.

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    1. That's is the dream and vision of a better Nigeria.

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    2. Look Teejay all these people shouting Sai Baba are lagosians. Balanced in a safe environment and vomitting crap.

      Let one bomb explode in Lagos then watch them scamper and change camp.
      If you get the statistics of the orphans; fatherless and widowed in the North East and North Central you will marvel.

      Buhari wants to be President by Proxy?
      1. Tinubu is the one championing his campaign?
      2. Soldiers are dying and been buried in his absence?.13 buried on Thursday?
      3. He can't hold live press interviews with seasoned journalists?

      Who be fool?
      AtikuObi 2019 jor!

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    3. You will understand the dumbness of Nigerians when the man at Aso rock won't show up for the 19th Jan. Presidential debate but will still be voted for on election day. This is a rightful time to prove to the world and rubbish the claim that he isn't a double as claimed by some section of people and failure to do that will give credence to that assertion. We want to see him debate and tell us this government achievements and plans, not a recorded interview edicted and collaborated with brown envelop journalism as we saw on Arise TV last Monday.

      Is it the same Tinubu that collapsed and was rushed to the hospital and was absent at Lagos APC campaign flag off is fit to govern this country? I know the media news print won't report that news about Tinubu collapse.

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  20. Most definitely ATIKU...the younger aspirants have no idea of what governing Nigeria looks like...They need to start from positions like the SENATE...so it's ATIKU for me as Buhari has no idea on how to move this nation economically forward.

    LEP😊

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  21. Need l mention who l am voting for?


    😁😁

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  22. Voting atiku abubukar .and atiku again and again

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  23. The man from adamawa...
    Atiku

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  24. God please Atiku must win this election...

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    1. He is massively loved by the populace. In all the online poll conducted, he has surely won all of them. The government are jiltry about it.

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  25. Who else do we hv it's between buhari and atiku and I'll vote atiku ..if he doesn't do well we vote him out again nxt election

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  26. Atikulated?? The not too young ain't too popular!

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  27. I will vote Atiku, let's see if we will have plenty to eat cos with Buhari there is hunger in the land.

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    1. My dear we all thought Mr intergrity will move this nation forward as it is I am voting atiku..would hv loved to vote kingsley but him no go win

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    2. Yes o when Mr integrity fooled us all .atiku atiku all d way

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  28. The devil I knew was better than the idiot angel that came to promise their mama change

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  29. My PVC is not out, I was told to check this January.

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  30. Non, no credible presidential candidate, as for govs, I would've preferred someone like C. Omehia or P. Odili all over again...the state was super safe then.

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  31. I have my PVC but won't be voting because it won't count.

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  32. Stella am not voting. I dnt have PVC. Even if I do I wont. I cannot queue up for politician that did not do anything good for this country. Goodluck to those voting oo.

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  33. I don’t have pvc, I prefer oby ekwesili

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  34. Vote Buhari and experience another 4 years of insecurity, poverty, hunger, nepotism and so much more. For I and my family, our blood group is AA and our genotype is O+

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