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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Nigerian History

The newspaper cover headline of the Sunday Herald - January 29, 1984.




from Nigerian facts on tiwtter...

36 comments:

  1. That's how he operates...He just blames and this time around, he didn't even make campaign promises, he just told them NEXT LEVELS and they are rigging massively for him. TEEJAY don't mind them eh, you have tried, if they don't hear, it's not your fault.

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    1. loooool so true. Everyone but himself has to be blamed for everything.

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    2. Dont mind the old man insisting on been president when he has nothing but blames to offer. Where is that 'bug'adopted daughter of his,I guess your tongue is tied to what your father cum president had to offer in 1984...35 years later he hasnt changed tactis...just changed his focus of blame. SMH seriously for this Nation!

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  2. Naija which way nah......Since 1984 someone ain't tired of the quest for power. Naija I salute thee.

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    1. At all,thats how you know servants from dictators...GEJ's from PMB's....

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  3. Him apportioning blames no start today

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  4. That’s the kind of president Nigerians deserve. No stealing, no ideas, no knowledge of what is happening in the country, only righteous body language that crushes the dollar, ci gaba, sai baba.

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  5. So the blame game did not start today

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  6. My mother was pregnant with me in this 1984 when Buhari was president. Here we are again 35yrs later I am a mother with 2 kids and it is still same Buhari.
    How will this country ever progress.

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  7. Another four years of this man. People hate themselves unknowingly.

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  8. Lips sealed. @Blessed Princess

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  9. Na him way be that. No be today e start.

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  10. that's the fo*l some voted for

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    1. Cant even get over it...but hey dunces exist...

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  11. no be today naija youth enter wahala for baba hand. smh!

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  12. Na coincidence. He was a young man then..

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    1. And still doing the same thing as an old man..Tueh. Nigerians behold your parosident o

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  13. Blame Game.
    Stella pls comman adopt me, I am tired of this Zoo (in nnamdi kanu's voice)

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  14. Buhari and his blame game...I hope Nigerians are ready for the NEXT LEVEL OF POVERTY that they voted for...All the buhari system on the blog is no want hear any complain for the next 4 years oooπŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•


    LEPπŸ˜›

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    1. the people that voted and rigged this election in his favor should just sit and watch God take the wheel e go clear for their eyes

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  15. Lazy Nigerian youth, hope say una don learn!
    Elections are not won on SOCIAL MEDIA! When all of you were on social media, insulting and cursing Buhari upandan I was just laughing at all of you. I am sure most of the LAZY YOUTH tweeting and ranting on social media DID NOT EVEN VOTE! That immature brat Davido could not even vote to retain his dancing uncle in the Senate.
    Now you are crying about rigging! Which yeye kind of rigging? PDP also participated in election malpractices! Was the election free and fair? NO! But y'all forget how huge the North is. It is ALWAYS the North who decide who will be president. Go to their Hausa social media pages on IG and see how they were shouting 'Sai Buhari, Sai Buhari' in the comments. Buhari has been popular in the North since before we even thought he could be president again. Did you really think you could win in Kano? LMAO! You fools underestimated the obsession that Hausa/Fulanis have with their mini god Buhari.
    You think those herdsmen and Almajiris in the North care about hashtags and social media campaigns? LOL! They went out and acted out when and where it mattered! Periodt.
    Just like the Hillary Clinton campaign. Big, flashy, social media campaigns. All over the big cities, everyone was for Hillary. She even won the popular vote.
    And yet, when it mattered, it was RURAL AMERICA who came out in their numbers and gave Trump the presidency! It was the bush, uncultured, marginally educated rednecks and cowboys who nobody cared about that VOTED MASSIVELY FOR TRUMP. Just like the North came out when it mattered and handed the mandate to Buhari.
    Teejay and co, learn from this. It's not by glitz and social media.

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    1. lo gbe enu e soun, Esha atarodo abi ki lon je na? I hope you get a political appointment after this composition of your life history. esah kor, abasha ni..... mtshewww

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    2. i totally agree with you,but im also glad the boko harams are ravaging their states not mine. A visit to zamfara,sokoto,some parts of Niger and Kano states will leave you weeping at how gullible and power thirsty these people are despite the devastation around them.If the chibok missing girls aint no politricks,then its cool,....

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    3. Its okay now. Please tell me who is suffering it the most.
      Boko haram has ravaged their lands. They are displaced in their own country,many have run to Niger and cameroun. They are hungry and starving. Boko haram kill them like rat,kidnap their daughter's as sex slaves.
      Anyway it's not today hunger and poverty has been part of their DNA.
      Let them keep voting for their gods. Who use them like mere slaves in servitude till the 10th generation.
      We in the South will never be hungry. If it gets too bad we dust our passport and relocate Canada. Thank God for education,you can settle anywhere. North can eat Nigeria.

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  16. Next level of suffering. Oya you people carry go.

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  17. We will not suffer in Jesus name,the same way God dealt with Abacha he will deal with all our oppresssors Amen.

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    1. Amen. I said the exact same thing to my daughters last night. Nigerians do not fear, it is well.

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  18. No be today the blame process started. He has a pattern called 'blame'

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  19. My own is just the price of the newspaper.How did we get to this point.

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    1. LOL...Na that one dey worry you? Ask the jihadist blameist Buhari.

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