Bakassi handover: An emerging crisis in our backyard

Date: 14-08-2008 9:48 pm (12 years ago) | Author: ZEEROWBADMAN Basil Assibong
- at 14-08-2008 09:48 PM (12 years ago)
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Now that the
...Gendarmes fire (Shoot on sight) at in-coming Nigerian boats, as border remains closed to Nigerians with Corpses at Ikang Jetty

and....

The militants say they are battle ready to forestall any handing over. As far as they are concerned, the National Assembly has not ratified the treaty Gowon signed with Ahijo, hence Bakassi remains our land and territory.

Worst of all (the best part)

“they are warning the UN and others to stay clear of the peninsula or else they will regret their actions. How can the Nigerian government be so cowardly to hand over a territory that the entire nation through the National Assembly has not given its blessings?”

“As a government that believes in the rule of law, in line with its desire to maintain her leadership position, ensure peace and good neighborliness in Africa and the world at large.

 .................... the birth of a Gangster Paradise in our backyard is a political risk Nigeria may have to deal with.
either by protecting itz citizenry who are being shot at on sight or allow the militants (support) to do their thing!!!!!!!!!, at least they now come in handy and are considered as accommodators to the local population who are unwilling to vacate their ancestral home.......................


Posted: at 14-08-2008 09:48 PM (12 years ago) | Newbie
- khadijah at 13-10-2008 04:07 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: Zeerowbadman on 14-08-2008 09:48 PM
Now that the
...Gendarmes fire (Shoot on sight) at in-coming Nigerian boats, as border remains closed to Nigerians with Corpses at Ikang Jetty

and....

The militants say they are battle ready to forestall any handing over. As far as they are concerned, the National Assembly has not ratified the treaty Gowon signed with Ahijo, hence Bakassi remains our land and territory.

Worst of all (the best part)

“they are warning the UN and others to stay clear of the peninsula or else they will regret their actions. How can the Nigerian government be so cowardly to hand over a territory that the entire nation through the National Assembly has not given its blessings?”

“As a government that believes in the rule of law, in line with its desire to maintain her leadership position, ensure peace and good neighborliness in Africa and the world at large.

 .................... the birth of a Gangster Paradise in our backyard is a political risk Nigeria may have to deal with.
either by protecting itz citizenry who are being shot at on sight or allow the militants (support) to do their thing!!!!!!!!!, at least they now come in handy and are considered as accommodators to the local population who are unwilling to vacate their ancestral home.......................
u don come again with your coded languages....by the way..u say nigerians believe in the rule of law..yeah right,like we practise it diligently....lwatever treaty or not,its been handed over and i hope it stays that way....havin the bakassi will only continue to compound problems..
Posted: at 13-10-2008 04:07 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- blackberryPearl at 13-10-2008 04:30 AM (12 years ago)
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am gonna have to agree with khadijah on this one?
Posted: at 13-10-2008 04:30 AM (12 years ago) | Hero
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- khadijah at 13-10-2008 04:59 AM (12 years ago)
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a question mark...u never cease to do it..
Posted: at 13-10-2008 04:59 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- blackberryPearl at 13-10-2008 05:26 AM (12 years ago)
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that was my fault
is supposed to be a full stop....
Posted: at 13-10-2008 05:26 AM (12 years ago) | Hero
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