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61  Forum / Politics / Re: Atiku Abubakar asks electoral commission to reject Jonathan on: 7-02-2011 11:08 PM
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62  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Man with 86 wives to sue INEC (Page 4) on: 7-02-2011 04:32 PM
He should be given local government of his own with immediate effect Grin
63  Forum / Politics / Re: BIAFRA IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO NIGERIAN PROBLEM on: 6-02-2011 11:15 AM
Quote from: Allen-jones on  5-02-2011 02:32 AM
Quote from: livingday on  5-02-2011 02:25 AM
Quote from: bertona12 on 30-01-2011 10:19 AM
Quote from: Allen-jones on  9-11-2010 11:23 PM
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Quote from: kacydeone on  6-11-2010 03:26 AM
Whether you like it or not BIAFRA is a SOLUTION and not a problem. Theres gonna be ups and downs (bad eggs involved) but that souldnt deter us, most of the advanced nations today passed thru such problems. I clamour for a Biafran nation knowing surely that in the end thereof, Biafra will do us much good than Nigeria.


Which advanced nations are talking about? Biafra was not a bed of roses either. If you saw the inhuman suffering, untimely deaths, malnutrition and the nightmare that was biafra, you would not wish your worst enemy such fate. You can ask Ojukwu the shame of hiding tails and running away from the battle after leading innocent people to war.
PLS SHUT UP YOUR INFESTED TRAP THAT YOU CALLED A MOUTH FOR USING DEROGATORY LANGUAGE ON ONE OF THE BEST MILITARY OFFICER THAT THIS NATION EVER PRODUCED.BIAFRA IS A STATEMENT MADE WITH 30 MONTHS AND 2MILLION LIVES.IF IT IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO OUR PROBLEM LET US HOPE THAT IT WILL NOT BE A PROBLEM TO THE SOLUTION

Its you who should shut up your dirty mouth for praising a traitor and a coward like ojukwu. Did he not abandon his suffering people and ran away?
.You goat!Keep quiet and dont talk what you dont know.

You son of a goat! Its you who dont know anything. That Ojukwu ran away from the war is an everlasting truth, dog!

@bertona12

You are a she-goat, you son of a wh*re.
I dont argue with bastards and faceless idiots.A*#S
64  Forum / Politics / Atiku Abubakar asks electoral commission to reject Jonathan on: 6-02-2011 11:12 AM
Former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has hit hard at President Goodluck Jonathan, describing him as a brazen election rigger and ‘bribe giver’. Mr. Abubakar said the January 13 presidential primary of the Peoples Democratic Party was a sham characterised by deliberate manipulation and underhand tactics. He has therefore asked the Independent National Electoral Commission to cancel the election and reject Mr. Jonathan’s candidature for the forthcoming presidential election.

In an 8-page petition, dated January 27 and addressed to the commission’s chairman, Attahiru Jega, the former vice-president accused the president of colluding with party’s state governors and the other leaders of the PDP to rig the election. He is now asking that the primary be cancelled.

Mr. Abubakar’s accusations are coming to light barely 24 hours after he caused his campaign organisation to issue a statement expressing his willingness to dialogue with, and possibly reconcile with the president.

But responding to questions from NEXT, the spokesperson to the Atiku campaign, Garba Shehu, said his principal’s conciliatory statement and the petition before INEC were consistent. “Our position is not contradictory. The Northern Political Leaders Forum sponsored Atiku into the election. So the NPLF only responded to the pressure being mounted on Atiku by saying if the president wants a dialogue, he should come to them. It is strictly not an Atiku speech. Our petition before INEC will remain there. We are not withdrawing it.”

What is clear is that with the damaging petition he has filed with the electoral commission, the former vice-president and the president will not be embracing as friends soon. Shortly after the primaries, Mr. Abubakar claimed he was travelling to London to rest after a hectic campaign. But it now appears that the former vice-president spent his days away from public view compiling a massive document filled with accusations of bribery, intimidation, and rigging by Mr. Jonathan, the leadership of the PDP, state governors, and other supporters of the incumbent president during the presidential primary. “The party leadership and the presidency carefully planned and executed the monumental rigging of the presidential primary on January 13, 2011,” Mr. Abubakar said in the petition signed on his behalf by Ben Obi, the Director-General of his campaign organisation. “We call on INEC to jettison the result of the said primary and cancel same as having not been conducted in accordance with the provisions of the extant Electoral Act 2010, PDP Constitution 2009, and the PDP Electoral Guidelines for Primary Elections 2010.”

Tons of accusations

Mr. Abubakar’s petition to INEC, which was exclusively obtained by NEXT, lists series of actions, which he considers fraudulent, adopted by the president and his supporters to clinch victory in the primary. Indeed, the former vice-president alleges that a grand plan had been put in place to ensure Mr. Jonathan’s success by illegal means even before the election began. “The process leading to the conduct of the presidential primary election was programmed to yield a pre-determined outcome. A grand conspiracy against Atiku Abubakar was constructed between the presidency, the party leadership and the bulk of the PDP state governors to produce only one result - the success of Jonathan at the primary election,” the letter states.

Mr. Abubakar complained about almost every aspect of the primary. He faulted the composition of the National Convention and the Presidential Screening Committees, saying it was done in secrecy and had members who are ‘outrightly hostile’ to him. In this category, the former vice-president lists Godswill Akpabio, Adebayo Alao-Akala, Theodore Orji, and Sule Lamido, governors of Akwa Ibom, Oyo, Abia and Jigawa states respectively, as his chief antagonists who were included in these committees.

According to him, these governors are the ‘chief financiers’ of Mr. Jonathan’s campaign in their various states and therefore deeply committed to the president and their inclusion in the committees placed Mr. Atiku at a disadvantage.

Mr. Atiku further alleged that the PDP hid the identities of the committee members from him, an action he says contravenes the party’s guidelines for conducting primary elections. He further said that complaints made to the National Chairman of the PDP went unanswered.

Taking care of the delegates

Mr. Abubakar also provided new details of how the delegates for the primary emerged and how they were allegedly coerced into voting for the president. Not only were the delegates bribed by Mr. Jonathan, says the former vice-president, they were also threatened and carefully monitored to ensure that they cast their votes for the incumbent president. The former vice-president says that he had no knowledge of who the official delegates were up until the voting began and that he was denied access to the delegates and could therefore not sell his candidature to them. The governors were allegedly used for this purpose. “The accreditation of delegates was done in secrecy at state liaison offices in Abuja. In fact, state governors imprisoned delegates against their will at these locations throughout the night before the primary and bussed them to the venue of the convention the following day. It is clear that PDP state governors were under intense pressure from the presidency not to allow Atiku Abubakar to meet the delegates from their states,” the letter says, zeroing in on the governor of Akwa Ibom state.

“He [Godswill Akpabio] blocked all avenues for Akwa Ibom State delegates to meet with our aspirant. He even went as far as threatening any of them who dared to meet with Atuku Abubakar,” Mr. Abubakar says of the state where he got none of the 141 votes.

In the case of the Jigawa and Adamawa states’ delegates, Mr. Atiku alleges that the respective state governors were on hand to pressure the delegates into voting for their principal, and some of that, says Mr. Abubakar was even captured on television. And to cap it, he said the president paid money in bribes to each delegate to buy their votes. “President Jonathan doled out seven thousand dollars to each of the delegates, thus using financial inducement to make them vote for him.”

The spokesman for the PDP, Rufai Alkali, did not respond to messages and phone calls made to him in an effort to get his reaction to the allegations. However, after several phone calls and text messages, Sully Abu, the spokesperson for the president’s campaign, responded to NEXT enquiries thus: ‘‘ What is his evidence. Nigerians have a right to expect him to show more grace in such obvious defeat rather than play the spoiler in the nation’s democratic process.”

On its part, the electoral commission didn’t have much to say about the petition. Kayode Idowu, Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, said in a telephone interview with NEXT in Abuja that the electoral commission is currently very busy. “Whatever petition the commission receives, it looks into. The petition will be looked into. But for now, we are engrossed with the challenges of completing the voters registration,” he said.
65  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Igbos close shops in Borno (Page 6) on: 31-01-2011 04:40 PM
Quote from: ganster-kid on 31-01-2011 02:00 PM
Quote from: ajanni on 30-01-2011 09:01 PM
because its irrelevants


 you foreign dog, what is irrelevant? is terrorism relevant? is killing innocent ppls by your bloody brothers relevant? is bombing churches relevant?. Look you are not a Nigerian, i wonder why you want to talk when Nigerians are talking, did they tell you that the creation of biafra will chase you back to your country?. Biafrans are not street urchins , they are god's own ppl, so shut up
Tell him
66  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Ten Nigerians held in UK for marriage, immigration fraud on: 30-01-2011 10:34 AM
 Roll Eyes Shocked Grin
67  Forum / Politics / Re: BIAFRA IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO NIGERIAN PROBLEM on: 30-01-2011 10:19 AM
Quote from: Allen-jones on  9-11-2010 11:23 PM
Quote from: do4sure on  9-11-2010 03:39 PM
Quote from: Allen-jones on  6-11-2010 03:36 AM
Quote from: kacydeone on  6-11-2010 03:26 AM
Whether you like it or not BIAFRA is a SOLUTION and not a problem. Theres gonna be ups and downs (bad eggs involved) but that souldnt deter us, most of the advanced nations today passed thru such problems. I clamour for a Biafran nation knowing surely that in the end thereof, Biafra will do us much good than Nigeria.


Which advanced nations are talking about? Biafra was not a bed of roses either. If you saw the inhuman suffering, untimely deaths, malnutrition and the nightmare that was biafra, you would not wish your worst enemy such fate. You can ask Ojukwu the shame of hiding tails and running away from the battle after leading innocent people to war.
PLS SHUT UP YOUR INFESTED TRAP THAT YOU CALLED A MOUTH FOR USING DEROGATORY LANGUAGE ON ONE OF THE BEST MILITARY OFFICER THAT THIS NATION EVER PRODUCED.BIAFRA IS A STATEMENT MADE WITH 30 MONTHS AND 2MILLION LIVES.IF IT IS NOT THE SOLUTION TO OUR PROBLEM LET US HOPE THAT IT WILL NOT BE A PROBLEM TO THE SOLUTION

Its you who should shut up your dirty mouth for praising a traitor and a coward like ojukwu. Did he not abandon his suffering people and ran away?
.You goat!Keep quiet and dont talk what you dont know.
68  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Igbos close shops in Borno on: 30-01-2011 10:12 AM
Quote from: ajanni on 28-01-2011 08:16 AM
Quote from: rational on 28-01-2011 03:32 AM
if na hausa the government wil do something now it has to do with the igbos they are hasiteting ,all i know is God is on BIAFRA men side forever amen

what brought in BIAFRA in this matter ?
nonsense
Why are you always jittery when you here the word ...Biafra?
69  Forum / Politics / Re: PDP Presidential Primary: Atiku plots deadly vengeance on: 30-01-2011 10:08 AM
Quote from: djabey on 29-01-2011 10:49 PM
how reliable is the source and how authentic is the info? to avoid being bais to nigerian and the idea of just
you can read the whole news here........www.nationaldailyngr.com
70  Forum / Politics / PDP Presidential Primary: Atiku plots deadly vengeance on: 29-01-2011 04:51 PM
PDP Presidential Primary: Atiku plots deadly vengeance


• Recruits cultists, Almajiris • Ex-VP under SSS surveillance
SECURITY operatives have uncovered a plot by some disgruntled politicians who are members of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and their collaborators in other socio-political groups to sabotage the forth coming April General Elections. The desperate elements allegedly  include a former number two citizen of the country and retired military officers linked to a former military Head of State from the North Central.
These suspected persons have allegedly vowed to make the country ungovernable for President Goodluck Jonathan between now and the period of the presidential election.

Tip-off
“The State Security Service (SSS), have also received credible information indicating that some unpatriotic politicians are planning to cause instability in the country if the result of the presidential election is favourable to Jonathan,” one of our competent sources said.
National Daily learned that the SSS findings so far, have indicted some prominent politicians including an ex-military Head of State and ex-Vice President of criminal roles in the recent bombing which claimed hundreds of lives and destroyed properties worth millions across the country. “Investigations especially in respect of the Abuja Independence Day bombings revealed that a former Head of State may have used the detained leader of the Movement for the Emancipation of Niger Delta to carry out the nefarious attack. Furthermore, a former VP was also suspected to have links with those who carried out the Abuja New Year bombings, the purpose of the second Abuja bomb blast was to intimidate President Jonathan and his supporters ahead of the January 13, 2011, PDP presidential convention held at Eagles Square,” our source confided.

Rash of protests
National Daily's intelligence further disclosed that the recent demonstration by certain people against the emergence of Jonathan as PDP's presidential flag bearer in 2011 was actually an organized event contrived in order to mellow the euphoria of Jonathan's victory and also to whittle dawn his credibility.
“It (the demonstration) was an attempt to deceive Nigerians that Atiku Abubakar was actually the popular choice of the north and that he was a victim of official manipulation and betrayal by northern quislings'. We know that the errand boys of the real organizers were given about N20 million to lure social miscreants and Almajiris to stage the so called protest. Some of the participants who claimed to be members of PDP are indeed imposters,” an informed source, from northern part of the country alleged.
71  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Juju Fails Bank Robber on: 29-01-2011 04:48 PM
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72  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Igbos close shops in Borno (Page 4) on: 27-01-2011 05:31 PM
Quote from: cadanre on 25-01-2011 08:40 PM
Quote from: bertona12 on 25-01-2011 08:13 PM
there is enough space in igbo land .They should come home and establish their business.The abokis will come there to buy


You don't understand. They know that there is enough space in Igbo land as much as you know and that they care for their lives as much as you care for yours. What you are calling them to do is not easy for them. Not only Igbos who are living in the North, the same thing applied to Hausas living in the east.
How many times have you heard had of the Igbos killing Hausas in the east.Think 4 once
73  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Jos: 8 killed in fresh attack, women protest presence of military (Page 6) on: 25-01-2011 08:31 PM
Naija!........Ihe ga-eme
74  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Igbos close shops in Borno (Page 4) on: 25-01-2011 08:13 PM
there is enough space in igbo land .They should come home and establish their business.The abokis will come there to buy
75  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Its a wrap: Igbos driven out of Jos (Page 4) on: 25-01-2011 08:06 PM
The hausas are occupying the best part of the eastern region and no body disturb them upon how they dirty the whole area.e.g,ama awusa along douglas road owerri,Niger-head bridge in onitsha not to talk of enugu,aba umuahia, okigwe etc.The igbos should leave the north and go home to claim their own land,develop it and be safe 4 once.There is no place like home.
76  Forum / FunnyHub (Jokes + Comedy) / Re: Best Music Video Of 2011 : Everybody After-party (Yup Yup Yup) on: 2-01-2011 10:07 PM
This boy has just murdered music and needs to be prosecuted.
77  Forum / FunnyHub (Jokes + Comedy) / Re: Best Music Video Of 2011 : Everybody After-party (Yup Yup Yup) on: 2-01-2011 09:56 PM
Chei!music is dead
78  Forum / Politics / Boko Haram spokersperson claiming responsibility for Jos blasts on: 28-12-2010 04:59 PM
 


caption: Boko Haram spokersperson claiming responsibility for Jos blasts
By Al Jazeera

Officials sceptical as Boko Haram sect says it was behind Christmas Eve attacks that killed at least 38 people.

The attacks left at least 38 people dead and more were killed in the chaotic aftermath

A Nigerian Muslim group formerly known as Boko Haram has claimed responsibility for series of bombings on Christmas Eve in Nigeria that left at least 38 people dead and sparked violent reprisals.

In a statement published on Tuesday on what is thought to be its website, the group claimed responsibility for the bombings in central Jos and two attacks on churches in Maiduguri.

Nigerian police immediately cast doubt on the claim, but if the claims are true, the attacks would mark the first time Boko Haram strikes outside of the country's predominately Muslim north.

Many analysts have instead attributed the Christmas Eve bombings in Jos to the struggle for political and economic power in between Christian and Muslim ethnic groups in the region.

Hundreds of people have been killed in previous clashes between the two groups.

The website statement read: "O nations of the world, be informed that verily the attacks in Suldaniyya [Jos] and Borno on the eve of Christmas was carried out by us, Jama'atu  Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda'Awati Wal Jihad, under the leadership of Abu Muhammad, Abubakar bin Muhammad Shekau."

Boko Haram changed its name following a prison break earlier this year, in which more than 700 inmates were freed, to Jama'atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda'Awati Wal Jihad, which translates roughly to "People Committed to the Prophet's Teachings for Propagation and Jihad".

'Religious war'

The statement said that the attacks were meant "to start avenging the atrocities committed against Muslims in those areas, and the country in general. Therefore we will continue with our attacks on disbelievers and their allies and all those who help them".

Shekau, the name mentioned in the statement, is a suspected Boko Haram leader. Video footage of a man believed to be Shekau speaking in the Hausa language was also posted on the website.

"We are the ones who carried out the attack on ... Jos," he said in the video. "We are the Jama'atu Ahlus-Sunnah Lidda'Awati Wal Jihad that have been maliciously branded Boko Haram ...

"Everybody knows about the gruesome murders of Muslims in different parts of Nigeria ... Jos is a testimony to the gruesome killings of our Muslim brethren and the abductions of our women and children whose whereabouts are still unknown ...

"My message to my Muslim brethren is that they should know that this war is a war between Muslims and infidels. This is a religious war."

Official scepticism

The address for the website had been given in a video that emerged earlier this year purportedly from sect members.

But Abdulrahman Akano, police commissioner for Plateau state, where Jos is the capital, cast doubt on the claim.

"Anybody can post anything on the Internet," he said, adding that the bomb blasts were not the usual method used by Boko Haram.

The Christmas Eve bomb blasts in Jos and the reprisals that followed killed at least 80 people, Nigeria's emergency agency said.

On Monday Nigerian police arrested six people in connection with the violence that erupted in the aftermath of the bombings, but not in connection with the blasts themselves.

Attacks condemned

Police and the army have declined to identify the bombing suspects. They have also not confirmed if the bombings were related to the church attacks. The two areas are about 520km apart.

Boko Haram is thought to have been defeated in 2009 when the military destroyed its mosque and its leader was arrested. He later died in police custody.

Ban Ki-moon, United Nations secretary-general, has condemned the violence in Nigeria "especially at a time when millions of Nigerians are celebrating religious holidays".

Goodluck Jonathan, the Nigerian president, has expressed his sympathy to the victims' families and committed to bring the perpetrators to justice.

"I assure Nigerians that [the] government will go to the root of this," he said of the explosions. "We must unearth what caused it and those behind it must be brought to book."
79  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Could this be love or money? :-\ (Page 5) on: 27-12-2010 10:00 PM
Shit love.Its all about money.Who said its only igbo girls that like money?
80  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Nigeria First Lady Makes Another Bad Grammatical blunder (Page 3) on: 25-12-2010 09:12 AM
Who can please the world?Hon.Patrick speaks,you complain.Now its first lady.Leave her alone bc it not all that write english speaks good english.
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