IS IT MORALLY RIGHT FOR IMOKE TO RE-RUN?

Date: 27-08-2008 3:12 pm (12 years ago) | Author: m. yusuf
- at 27-08-2008 03:12 PM (12 years ago)
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DO YOU HONESTLY THINK THAT LIYEL IMOKE OF CROSS RIVERS STATE SHOULD HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE JUST-HELD RE-RUN OF THE GOVERNORSHIP SEAT WITH THE SWORD OF EFCC HANGING OVER HIS HEAD???

Posted: at 27-08-2008 03:12 PM (12 years ago) | Newbie
- khadijah at 1-09-2008 12:00 AM (12 years ago)
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i'm suprised you are even using morals in a discussion pertainin to naija politics...
Posted: at 1-09-2008 12:00 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- otubella at 2-09-2008 06:42 PM (12 years ago)
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wel pertaining to our political modus vivendi, any thing can be posible. as 4 Imoke d day were efcc go come cary am go dump 4 thier backyard, na dey calabar eye go open wide.
Posted: at 2-09-2008 06:42 PM (12 years ago) | Newbie
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- TheTruth at 3-09-2008 12:36 AM (12 years ago)
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This is one of the dumbest questions ve seen here.What is the nexus between moral and a man's right to contest elections?There is a big diff between christain religious morals & politics.So they should be kept that way.
Posted: at 3-09-2008 12:36 AM (12 years ago) | Newbie
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- gagarau at 3-09-2008 07:13 PM (12 years ago)
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I don't think The Truth really saw through my question. Morals, like Khadija said should nt even come into it as far as d naija political context is concerned. what i intended 2 say is despite all our president's hue and cry over the rule of law and due process, should Imoke not have been compelled to step down even if the PDP had no other candidate to re-run?
Nigeria is sick, that we all know but it's fast dagenerating towards comatose and anarchy. Should we allow the rot to continue unabated?
Rudyard Kipling said "D problem with a Kitten is that,
Eventually it becomes a cat"
Well, na all of us go dey here when naija becomes another zimbabwe (God forbid),
Posted: at 3-09-2008 07:13 PM (12 years ago) | Newbie
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- Godsson at 4-09-2008 02:32 AM (12 years ago)
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Quote from: TheTruth on  3-09-2008 12:36 AM
This is one of the dumbest questions ve seen here.What is the nexus between moral and a man's right to contest elections?There is a big diff between christain religious morals & politics.So they should be kept that way.


I strongly agree with this speaker.Since Ur question is based on Nigeria,he is right.If U know all these about Nigeria,why ask a morality question?Pls not that there is nothing like the Rule of Law in Nigeria.If there is,Ya'Adua would not ve appointed Service Chiefs without the confirmation of the National Assemble.Even if we had rule of law in operation in this country,there is a big difference between Morality & rule of law.So I dont see the merit of this discuss.
Posted: at 4-09-2008 02:32 AM (12 years ago) | Upcoming
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- khadijah at 4-09-2008 10:25 AM (12 years ago)
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thanks for the mail Godsson but i have to ask y u blocked me?and for real..they are just playing games again cause it'll end up in favor of their own pockets..i tire for these government people them.
Posted: at 4-09-2008 10:25 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- yemmight at 4-09-2008 10:46 AM (12 years ago)
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Morally you said its left for him but as long as the law gives him a right to re-run, even if he has stole the whole world, he can re-run.

Posted: at 4-09-2008 10:46 AM (12 years ago) | Upcoming
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