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Sunday, April 24, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post..

 


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    1. There is NOTHING Jonathan is coming to do.
      Absolutely NOTHING.
      NOTHING he can do.
      Nigerians are struck with short term memory coupled with selective amnesia.

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    2. For what? NO

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    3. He can run if he is eligible and interested but he CANNOT win. We haven't recovered from the aftermath of his administration

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  2. No, I don't. His government was riddled with corruption. He tried using money to buy votes but it never worked out. We can pretend and lie to ourselves that he wasn't aware of what was happening and then heap the entire blame on his wife and aides

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  3. Never! He tried once and didn't do a good job. Let someone else go.in there and give it his best shot.

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    1. He didn't do a good job at all. Na the someone else come be problem now. The people wey dey come out na God forbid.

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  4. No
    Osibajo is the man; pray for him.
    He is the only one among those aspirants that is a technocrat, not a politician of the Nigerian genre.
    Jagajaga is "fighting him dirty" already like he promised.

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    1. They are all the same
      If he wins next thing will be to impose his religious ideas

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    2. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    3. Osinbajo? A technocrat? Do you know what technocrat means?

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    4. Story.
      Though I would rather him over the jagajaga.

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    5. @Northern guy
      Okay, I don't know. Please define technocrat for me.
      And make sure you are not hating OSI for his tribe. I am not Yoruba by the way.
      I am only saying my mind. There are so many aspirants from my tribe but I don't support them.

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    6. Osinbajo wey no fit talk pim as VP. If e be prez e go still dey fear. Peter obi na coded embezzler, but he is the best of the pack

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    7. Osibanjo is an Obama wannabe, he is too RCCG to function. He won't do much

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  5. No, I don't want to see him run. He earned people's respect when he conceded defeat in a flawed election. He should rest and continue to be an elder statesman. No sane person would want to succeed Buhari. He has plunged Nigeria into debt, and the country is in a mess. Those vying for the presidency just want access to our national coffers, not that they have the panacea for our woes.

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    1. So let's sell Nigeria at once and share the proceeds. Buhari has spoilt what we have been patching and managing. Waste of everything.

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    2. 20:56 Exactly.
      Let Coco cola, Warner Brothers or even Ajinomoto buy thus country and just pieces it or something.

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  6. Nooo! Wants to see a better person abeg, he wasnt good then, just that he was better than what we have now.

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  7. Yes, but that's if he has learnt his lesson oo. Enter there and behave like the commander of the armed forces that you are, not one noodles of a human being. Take charge and dont try to please that tribe over the other anymore. Shebi you see as Buhari put all his people for sense making positions?

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  8. As much as I like him, he should just respect himself, Biko.




    The damages this regime did to this country ehhh, I don't even know where the next regime would have to start from. The dept alone! Too much damages in every aspect of the country.

    Buhari and APC took Nigeria 10 years back.

    What a disaster!!🀯😒😱

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    1. 10 years back, this is pre independence years back that inefficient, tribalistic, corruption dwelling human and his lying Diabolical team took us to.

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  9. Enter your comment...Capital NO!The one he did previously is more than enough.Let him enjoy his international election observer in peace.

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  10. No
    I want a woman

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    1. I thought it was only me. The country needs a sane and brutal woman's touch. Our own Angela Merkel with a blend of Okonjo Iweala and ideals of late Dora Akunyuli.

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  11. BITCHandSLUT.com24 April 2022 at 18:42

    Capital NO!

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  12. NO!!!
    People are driven by the nostalgia of that period ( price of goods and services, more air of tolerance, less obvious tribalism and oppression, better representation in terms of appointments,less borrowings, atmosphere of progress/modernity) and because of how bad things are now. They rather the devil they know. What Jonathan had was built from the Obasanjo era, he didn't just meet it? There was a non-standard standard in place, an autopilot of seeming tolerance with some level of representation of every part of Nigeria because federal character has been well respected up to that point alongside a host of other factors which is too lengthy to go into.

    Severe damage has been done, I don't think people how much? There is a mental and thorough spiritual breakdown of Nigeria aside the economic dysfunction. Jonathan won't do shit aside be expected to do magic. He is too easily influenced and less ballsy to step on the needed toes and organize the right team to do what needs to be done.

    Further bad news, Osibanjo, Tinubu, Rotimi Amaechi ,Atiku, Peter Obi and the other clowns trying to run will not fix 5% of the problems even with the best intentions.
    Nigeria needs a well intentioned dictator who is going to do the work Angry and Mad.

    Is Jonathan ready to set aside Nigerian constitution that will be used to swear him if he magically becomes president?
    Is he ready to set aside the Senate, house of reps members, governors, excessive special advisers and endless political appointees and the excessive, unrealistic cost of governance package they come with?
    Is he ready to dismantle and reshuffle all appointments to key agencies done over the years?
    Is he ready to set up numerous killer squads and partner nations esp the carribeans, Dubai to disappear at least 150,000 elites and minions and return significant percentage of the nation's stolen wealth stashed in those areas.
    Is he ready to demystify bureaucracy and the glamour of politics?
    Is he ready to send high ranking military men to death for stretching the war on terrorism for their personal benefit.
    Is he ready to damn all and sacrifice goodwill to genuinely apply the best of technology to bring insurgency issue to it's knees?
    Is he ready to assemble the best of minds to create a blueprint/indigenous economicplan that serves Nigeria and it's citizens first that is genuinely and aggressively followed through ?
    Is he ready to sincerely partner the progressive youths (not Nollywood like he was doing then) in driving industrial and technological age for Nigeria.
    Is he ready to play the role of a spiritual director for the nation alongside other roles he will have?
    Is he ready to do a penance for the political class in words and deeds for the implication of what happened on 20/10/20, especially on the psyche of those sophisticated Nigerian youths that were hanging on the last shreds of hope for Nigeria?

    See, I am already upset typing this, let me stop. None of those imbeciles posturing to contest will do anything. They are puppets with different masters. They have kept millions asleep in deep poverty, psychological battered and stark unexposed to choose better aside their satisfaction of immediate hunger pangs and the lies of tribalism.


    Empress CHO

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    1. Wow, I read this 5 times and I still feel goosebumps. Please put yourself out there. There's still hope for Nigeria

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    2. Is it the Empress CHO of epistle kingdom that yearπŸ₯ΊπŸ˜³πŸ˜±??
      Abeg stop disappearing na

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    3. Nothing more to add. God bless you jare. Are you a man or a woman?

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    4. Why are u including Peter Obi in ur list tho? Because you don't want them to say u are tribalistic?

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    5. This ITK with her plenty English and epistle don come back again. You make sense but you are too proud. Tinubu is better than Jonathan,stop calling him clown or imbecile let's give him a try, Lagos is the blueprint in Africa thanks to him.argue with your phone. It's Yoruba's turn and he must reap the labour of his political labour and everyone will deal.

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    6. Empress CHO, there is no one right now among the many vying to become president who can do all you've mentioned up there. No one among them can even do a quarter of what you've stated.

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    7. Rotimi Amaechi singularly restored rail transport in Nigeria.put some respect on his name you this oversabi nobody. Go to Rivers state and ask about what he did as Governor. Na you like Nigeria pass. Things are very bad and should be fixed but you are talking the impossible here. E sure me say if them knack you one appointment, all these revolutionary ideas go vamoose. I'm sure you are single,Better go and marry because obviously you have lots of time in your hands to type fantasies on blogs. CRA2023!!!

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    8. Your comment is so apt! But I think Osinbajo will try. Out of all of them that have declared. He's the only person I foresee that can achieve half or almost all what you analyzed up there πŸ‘†πŸΌ. If any other candidate comes up before 2023 and proves to be better-off, the person is definitely having my vote, cos honestly I feel for Nigeria. The country is deeply rotten....

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    9. Jagaban is a young, dynamic, encompassing leader who is an expert in revenue generation. He is progressive that is why Lagos is where it is. He his detribalized else you would never have heard of Joe Igbokwe, Ben Akabueze.
      He is experienced, tested and trusted, a technocrat who is also street smart and for the people. He is philanthropic and charismatic.
      You are just one of those elitist End SARS youth forming trauma about lekki toll gate incident, where are the bodies till now? Jagaban is 100% for Aso rock , better get with the program.

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    10. Okay Ma. Jeez the ramblings are too much. You must nag a lot in real life

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    11. Nigeria needs a Jerry Rawlings. Nigeria needs a revolution.

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    12. 10 bottles of Heineken for you my dear. Well said

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    13. God bless you well well well.

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    14. Standing ovation πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    15. Na you type this wan?
      Welcome back to the comment section

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    16. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€­πŸ€πŸ€πŸ€

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    17. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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    18. Truth be told, Everything you wrote @ Empress CHO is THE TRUTH! Wish i can share your comment! Wow! You just made my day!

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    19. Excellently put!! Imagine if we have like just 10,000 more of your type, willing to share the ideas and put in the work to make nigetua great again?
      Imagine!

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    20. Anon 20:21, so Jagaban is young at almost 80years???
      People start having old-age related dementia from 70years. You can hand over your household for him to rule, NOT Nigeria in Jesus' Name. Amen!

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    21. Alternative Facts25 April 2022 at 07:59

      And you forgot to add. Is he ready to die for Nigeria? Anyone that isn't ready to die for the country has no business there in the first place.

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    22. Anon 20.45 you nailed. Without a Jerry Rawlings Nigeria will never move forward

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    23. 20 11 you let your emotions get the better part of you. Stay on the subject.

      While you may love Rotimi Amaechi it'd be best you present some form of superior intelligence during debates like these.

      Thanks

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    24. Anon 20.05 , which Yorubas turn. Are the Igbos in Naija mannequins?

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  13. I know I want to see a better Nigeria with improved economy; sentiments aside, I don't believe GEJ will bring us to that reality.

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  14. No, I like him but he should just respect himself and remain a statesman. They will lure him out and mess him up!Gather Buhari's 8 years mess and place on him.

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  15. πŸ’― NO!!!!!!!!
    Why must we keep recycling failure

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  16. Stella this your question Sha. I know you know something we don't know. Maybe he is the one bubu want to announce as his successor. God go shame them

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  17. Nope

    Others should try their luck.

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  18. NO! No recycling of these wicked politicians biko.

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  19. No. The only reason I voted for him was because his opponent was going to be way worse.

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  20. anonymous 18:43; wake up from your fantasy and dream. For your mind, na you get blueprint for Nigeria, you wish! Read your beautiful nonsense with the typos, get Asiwaju's name out of your miserable mouth.

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    1. Asiwaju is an old clown that needs to accept he is old and ENJOY HIS RETIREMENT!!!

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    2. Politics of Rancour and war anonymous 20 23. Calm your tits

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  21. Anonymous 18:43, you are clearly intelligent and a deep thinker. However I find your words contradictory. A leader who is going to serve as a spiritual leader or director will not be setting up killer squads. I think Peter Obi is the best of the pack gunning to run. I wish he wins because he seems the only decent politician with proven works coming forward.

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    1. Thank you. He is the best of the lot!
      If Nigerians can try to be reasonable and pragmatic, he is the man for the job.
      GOD PLEASE HELP NIGERIA!!!

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  22. Shit, anon 18:43, who are you? Much respect!

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  23. He shouldn't. He failed woefully when he was in power and refused to use the God given opportunity to change the country for good. He should stay away from the presidency now that he still has some respect.

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    1. You think ruling Nigeria is easy???
      Abeg try ruling your Local Govt Area, then come back and talk!

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  24. Nop... Not that we don't have capable and competent hands and mind. We need a breath of Fresh Air.

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  25. Incase my first comment don't go through Tinubu is a greater political disaster waiting to happen.
    Amaechi is not presidential material. Wike too lousy,
    Atiku bad news all around
    Osibanjo indifferent about him, may give a Polished look to the presidency but he's a puppet.
    Peter Obi seems soft, like he may have good intentions but the will power is another thing. I am a northerner but low-key Igbos are loud and inherently right about who's right/wrong for the country though too scattered to enter Aso rock. Funny enough, I think the leader to liberate Nigeria will come from them and will be a woman too.
    Anon 18:43, your comment is causing riot in our Whatsapp group after it was shared there lol. Political foot soldiers might attack your comment soon but your mindset is right. Kudos

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    1. Peter Obi is the best of the lot!
      Please, let's give him a chance.
      I live in the diaspora and I'm so saddened with what Nigeria has been turned into by bad leadership.
      Most people abroad will love to come home if Nigeria is fixed.

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  26. Even small Bayelsa, he couldn't do much for. Waste of political opportunity, let him go and sit down. Come back for what exactly?

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  27. Stella no make me vex, which kind question be this? For what?

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  28. Once you were tested and not trusted, shift for the next.
    I want to see what Ngige or Peter Obi can do.

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    1. Not Ngige please!
      Peter Obi for the job, In Jesus' Name, Amen!

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    2. Ngige, the present minister of labor or someone else? Abeg, let's be serious.

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  29. Patie Patie Patie, how many times did I call you?3 times baa? Don't let your husband do this. They will mess him up and whatever respect he enjoys now as a statesman will be rubbed potopoto. Don't let him go. Don't let him run. This time around you won't even have the mouth to cry that there is Godoooo!

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  30. Anon 18:43, you are totally on point. We are not ready for the right kind of person to emerge, else people like you would have been spotted and pushed forward. Don't change!

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  31. Well, yes. Bring back our corruption. You chop, I chop. We all chop nyafu nyafu 😁

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  32. Never ever!! Jonathan's regime takes 2nd place after the worst regime of all time. The 1st place winner of the worst regime ever is the current one. I hope we never have such inept "leaders" ever again.

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  33. Nah!

    Affliction shall not arise a second time.

    Haba! Dem no use ineptitude swear for Naija na!

    Whoever is coming onboard must have a good portfolio of past works to back his intentions. He must be capable.

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