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Monday, June 06, 2022

Governor Akeredolu Announces N75 Million Donation From APC Leader Bola Tinubu To Victims Of Owo Church Attack

 


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    1. Politics. Anyway thank all the same,you lot has failed the people of Nigeria. This should be a sober reflection for those campaign. They should ask what they can do to turn Nigeria around, and not what they can get out of Nigeria. Governance is service to the people,not enriching oneself.

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  2. They should find the people who did it ooo.

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    1. Oshey baba billion van!!!
      We hail Dee oh Mr. Bloody Opportunist!!!

      How convenient!
      How perfect can the timing be?!
      How many such donations have you done in the past, sir?
      How much did you donate to victims of End SARS?

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    2. Kaduna train kidnap and killing a few days to his birthday, he cancelled birthday, visited and donated N50m; party primaries week, Ondo church bloodshed, he rush down, donate N75m and promise N25m to victims. Anyone reading between the lines? Why so much bloodshed and more to come? Why jump on other people's pain to show you care when it is clear you don't. Must you sit on that seat to make Nigeria great? Is Nigeria a family business?- husband, wife, children etc? When everyone finally leave Nigeria for all of you, then who will you govern?-the goats and chickens? Binti laye and everyone will give account oneday before his maker...selah

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  3. Enough already. Can 75m bring out the dead?. Get those behind this deed. Burn them alive. Set a place for those behind

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    1. It can't, but it can help a little for their loved ones,towards the burial and some minor offset.

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    2. The money cannot bring them back but can be use in treatment of those who have survived.

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  4. Political motive, they should fish out the perpetrators. This pronounced donations will attract more hooligans and kidnappers to the church

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  5. Finding the perpetrators and preventing future occurrences is a better compensation.

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  6. That's the highest they always do, to donate money as if it will bring back the lives lost. Go to the root cause Mr Governor

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  7. Desperation in a high places.
    I am still speechless.

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  8. Trust our politicians to use this unfortunate incident for their publicity stunt. Some donations are meant to boost their political ambition and garner people's trust.

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    1. Eka, the thing funny baa. I no get strength again about Nigeria matter. Politicians wey dey always wait for misfortune on poor Nigerians before them bring out their money help the masses, make that misfortune befall their families make we contribute money give them.

      Nonsense and Buhari.

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  10. Let keep quiet before somebody will define defamation for me. Wetin deymy mouth no go come out well.

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  11. Thank you Mr Tinubu

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  12. If you like donate your whole assets. If I don't cast my vote for you, you will never be Nigerian president.
    #Peterobi4president#

    Wizkid FC

    Proudly TIV

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  13. Thieves; stolen money
    People's monies.
    It is the stealing of these monies that created the problems
    of the jobless shooters in the first place.
    What job does Tinubu do?

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  14. God bless you Jagaban Borgu. Ondo State will never forget this gesture of yours in this trying times.

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  15. The best gift our politicians can give to the grieving families is the gift of justice. And to us fellow Nigerians the gift of prevention. Find the perpetrators including the powerful people who fund them and bring them to book. Bring a Daniel to judgement. Then refund your stolen monies to the populace so it doesn't phappen again.. if not your donations hold no water

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    1. Those murderers are not "Daniel." Daniel in the Bible did not kill anyone. He was a righteous man who all he did was pray.

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    2. A Daniel has come to judgement - is an idiom by Shakespeare. It doesn't mean the murderers are Daniel. In this context it's simply a call for justice to be served.

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    3. These looters have stolen the future of many a youth by ruining the education system. Imagine the limited knowledge in a country where the only free books are religious books and there are no libraries within which one can encounter a whole new world or ideas? How won't you have religious zealots and murderers? Imagine the modern age without Shakespeare? Imagine a world where young people who can't or don't read want to lead.

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  16. I won't believe what my eyes did not see.show us the money.

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  17. I no go talk wetin dey my mouth naija people God see una oo

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  18. Nice but this money could've been used in finding the perpetrators. Condolences toall the bereaved

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  19. Why do I feel that those people who unfortunately lost their lives were sacrificed for politics rituals. Something doesn't add up.

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  20. Make im and those dissapointed politicians no come stain our yoruba nation oh? Where we don reach with United nations, we did it all without them.

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  21. Money cannot buy life
    Justice is the ultimate.

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  22. From his bullion reserve

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  23. Can someone please explain to me what the money is for. Considering the victims are gone. To find the culprits? For the families of the dead? To upgrade the hospitals? For blood banks? I mean what is it to be used for? Otherwise, it might end up in someone’s personal bank account in the Maldives

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  24. Can someone please explain to me what the money is for. Considering the victims are gone. To find the culprits? For the families of the dead? To upgrade the hospitals? For blood banks? I mean what is it to be used for? Otherwise, it might end up in someone’s personal bank account in the Maldives

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  26. So 1.5 mil to each of the 50 dead people's family or what? Many are in the hospitals remember, 1.5 mil is as useless as in other currencies, you see the game these people are playing with human lives... God will punish all of you in power.

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