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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Wordless Morning Post


30 comments:

  1. All of these for just one person. Vanity!!!

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    1. All I saw was the 419 bangles.
      Madam your wealth must change hands, ole.

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  2. My question is, where are all the things they have been collecting from those politicians? How have the federal government accounted for them?

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    1. They are all in Central Bank vault.. Nothing can be done to it, till the case against them is concluded

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  3. Mehhnnn this woman is well loaded. She will have one room just for jewelleries.
    This sounds funny anyway, i have never heard that a country seized someone's jewelleries coz they can't lay their hands on them, but how then are they able to get all these without coming in contact with her.
    Anyway..

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    1. That's a dunce questions.

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    2. You are the dunce here for being so stupid.

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    3. African dunce... You're the dunce!

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    4. Did you have say that Don. learn to talk like a man. You like dragging words with women on this blog. I really pity any woman that will marry you.

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    5. Bosch bush man abi bush rat, must you comment? I wish Duchess never noticed this Dons of a goat. He is a blog nuisance

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    6. What's wrong in dragging words with women? "Are they not a people"

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  4. 419 bangles 😂😂😂

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  5. 315 Rings? 304 Earrings? What in God’s name is one human doing with all these? Smh

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  6. Na really 419 bangles 🤣🤣 dem never count her Hermes handbags?

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  7. See her frog eye

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  8. This woman was already rich before she went into office. She worked at shell and her father too is rich. So most of those jewlieries were acquired before office. Am not defending her but it's starting to look personal. Obanikoro nko?

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    1. You have defended her already..
      What's wrong with Obanikoro ?
      You should know better, since you know the other woman so well.

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    2. Why is this guy being so foolish all around the comment section. Gtfoh

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    3. The EFCC said in court that records show that the jewelries were bought 2 years, I think, after she became minister. I'm not sure about the time but she bought them after she became minister

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    4. Efcc couldn't get hold of her money, they search and searched. No money in bank , non in treasury account. Not knowing diezani was a brilliant person, she was once the minister of natural resources. So she knew the worth of precious stones, and the was how she converted all her money to jewelleries.
      They knew she launder money but didn't know where she had kept them. By law money converted to jewelry cant be seized. Effc just dont have any options but to seize it because they had been looking for ways to nail her.

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    5. Some people have poverty mentality. What do you mean, what would one person do with all this jewelry, is it too much? Jewelry is something you can pick up anytime, anywhere . Even you peeps that aren't so rich, how many earrings do you have as a lady? You probably have a lot already, so why the noise?

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  9. All of them are thieves
    This present government and former governments are all CRIMINALS

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    1. So they should leave her right ? Your thought process is backward.

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  10. Nigerian Imelda and Ferdinard Marcos..Hmmm...

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  11. What a man can do, a woman can do better. Okwa i fu umu nwanyi? Fear them! Fear them, I say! This woman nearly stole Nigeria's one year budget figure. The level of avariciousness is absolutely revolting. Tufia!

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  12. I am not in anyway vouching for this woman
    But I wish the efcc will extend the same searchlight to
    the APC governors, ministers and political appointees.

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