#Trending: The Economist calls GEJ “an ineffectual buffoon” & says Buhari “is making a bad situation worse”

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The Economist‘s January 30th 2016 issue contains an article on Nigeria’s economy titled “Crude Tactics“.
The piece analyzes Nigeria’s current dire economic situation as well as Buhari’s efforts to tackle it.

Highlights below

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History is repeating Itself
MORE than 30 years ago, a young general swept to power in the fifth of Nigeria’s military coups since independence in 1960. The country he inherited was a mess: bled dry by pilfering politicians within and hammered by falling oil prices without. Last year that general, Muhammadu Buhari, became president again—this time in a democratic vote. The problems he has inherited are almost identical. So are many of his responses.

Jonathan is a what?
The government has cracked down on corruption, which had flourished under the previous president, Goodluck Jonathan, an ineffectual buffoon who let politicians and their cronies fill their pockets with impunity. Lai Mohammed, a minister, reckons that just 55 people stole $6.8 billion from the public purse over seven recent years.

How bad is the economy?
Income for the third quarter of 2015 was almost 30% lower than for the same period the year before, and foreign reserves have dwindled by $9 billion in 18 months. Ordinarily there would be buffers to cushion against such shocks, but Mr Jonathan’s cronies have largely squandered them. Growth was about 3% in 2015, almost half the rate of the year before and barely enough to keep pace with the population. The stockmarket is down by half from its peak in 2014.

“Oil Big Boys” feeling the Pinch

Domestic oil producers are feeling the pinch worst. Many borrowed heavily to buy oilfields when crude was worth more than $100 a barrel, and are now struggling to pay the interest on loans, says Kola Karim, the founder of Shoreline Group, a Nigerian conglomerate.

Banking Crisis Loading?
This, in turn, threatens to create a banking crisis. About 20% of Nigerian banks’ loans were made to oil and gas producers (along with another 4% to underperforming power companies).

Buhari’s Plan
The government’s response to the crisis has been three-pronged. First, it is trying to stimulate the economy with a mildly expansionary budget. At the same time, it is trying to protect its dwindling hard-currency reserves by blocking imports. Third, it is trying to suppress inflation by keeping the currency, the naira, pegged at 197-199 to the dollar.

Good Plan or Nah?
“Only the first of these policies seems likely to work.”

“Yet his policies on the currency seem likely to stymie that.”

“The various import bans (on everything from soap to ballpoint pens) are supposed to reduce demand for dollars, but have little effect.”

“Several local manufacturers have suspended operations. International investors, knowing that the value of their assets could tumble, have slammed on the brakes and some have pulled money out of the country just as their dollars are most needed”

“Today, as in the 1980s, the president is making a bad situation worse.”

Read the full article on the Economist’s Site

58 Comments on #Trending: The Economist calls GEJ “an ineffectual buffoon” & says Buhari “is making a bad situation worse”
  • Amaka January 29, 2016 at 8:17 am

    Jesus!!! Buhari y now intellectual what??? Politics has always beenn an ugly game! Buhari tho that was just too much you who is smart what have u done so far enuf of blames on GEJ wetin u don do since u enter??? Im upset just talk talk talk and b blaming someone. You that has d solution oya do something na

    • Dee January 29, 2016 at 10:21 am

      @Amaka biko calm your temper and try to read well. Buhari didn’t say anything. This was an opinion piece by The Economist.

      • Fani January 29, 2016 at 11:07 am

        Amaka it seems you are also an intellectual Buffon like your hero . Can’t you even read ? Chai, like mentor , like follower

    • molarah January 29, 2016 at 10:22 pm

      BellaNaija, I see you are taking steps to remove profanity from comments posted and I applaud this. But I also think blasphemous language should be removed too. Kindly consider this. Thanks.

      • ATL’s finest January 30, 2016 at 12:46 am

        I’m telling U!!! Smh I am not perfect but Jeez, some of these commentators tho

  • nene+ January 29, 2016 at 8:19 am

    Nigerians demand an unreserved apology from the economist!!!!

    No African or black Leader deserved to be called that by any uncouth econonsence!!!!! They still have this blacks can’t help themselves impression?

    We criticise our leaders not in your place to do that.

    Allow this nonsense and tomorrow they will unleash another name for PMB. And so on!!!!

    The uncensored diarrhoea stricken trumpish magazines must apologise.

    • Ngozi January 29, 2016 at 10:44 am

      he he he, Nene how market? your “hero” is an intellectual buffoon and which Nigerians are asking for apology, we that have sense are saying kudos to the Economist for saying it as it is . GEJ is nothing but an intellectual Buffon and a disgrace who sat by and watched Nigeria get raped over and over again

      • Eze January 29, 2016 at 9:09 pm

        @Ngozi People like you still haven’t learnt anything in life. Hope you will stand by your position they day PMB will be called a name worst than this.

    • Fani January 29, 2016 at 11:04 am

      Nene you are the biggest hypocrite ever, if it was Buhari that was called an intellectual Buffon you would have no problem with it.. Now your GEJ has been disgraced internationally you are crying like a banshee…lol

      • nene+ fan January 29, 2016 at 8:38 pm

        Fani better cry for your Osibajo he is fast becoming stale from powerlessness.

        Christmas goat,fulani is cheating you while you fight for them. Coward

    • Missy J January 29, 2016 at 11:48 am

      Totally agree with Nene+ . They won’t dare such with leaders of First World Countries. Obama and co. destroyed the economies of countries but we don’t read unprintable names about them.
      Lol but Nene+ talk true, would you have reacted same if it was President Buhari??

    • Oversabi January 30, 2016 at 7:38 am

      what is amazing is they have enough buffoon personalities about to run their country – trump et al. yet, they do not use such words. if this is not racism, which makes them feel they have unbridled power to insult an african leader rather than use decent adjectives that communicate the same message, what is it?

  • Takeseveralseats January 29, 2016 at 8:21 am

    Nene, over to you!

    • ATL’s finest January 29, 2016 at 8:42 am

      Hahhahahaha U already know it 🙂

      • Takeseveralseats January 29, 2016 at 9:47 am

        Looool!! Immediately I read it, I said to myself ” This people go hear am from the Protector of Our Democracy , Almighty Nene!!”

      • Nigerian January 29, 2016 at 8:35 pm

        The reason why so many Igbos hate Buhari is because he represents the face of a tribe. Buhari is an impediment to National Reconciliation. Fighting corruption is good, no doubt, because it affects me also. My major problem is how to admonish him to have more the face of Nigeria than the face of his own tribe; his major supporters are his tribe, not any other, which ought suppose not to be. Jonathan is not an Igbo yet most of his supporters are Igbos. Buhari on the other hand represents the face of fear, indignation, and retribution of other tribes across the country. His election as the President was like a pay back to other tribes. Yesterday I was watching a video clip on YouTube how he delivered his speech soon after his coup in 1984. It wasn’t any different from his political postures presently. It was the same tyrant justifying why a Military rule should be acceptable than a democratic ambiance. I know that Buhari is adamant and believe so much in his own course no matter how infallible it might openly be, but sometimes you have to disallow what you held sway, be it passions to favour own tribe, to work assiduously for National integration and unity. Today, our nation is more divided than it presently was before he became the president. We are witnessing an economic downturn. His own tribe which he loves and cherished so much can’t single handedly rescue him. He shouldn’t live to please and placate the Hausa-Fulani quest only. Nigeria is a microcosm of many ethnicities; so whosoever that is charge with it leadership must have it’s representativeness. Today, there is Biafra, tomorrow there could be other agitations because we have failed to elect leadership positions without sentiments of ethnicism. Buhari who is behaving like he has the mandate of Hausa-Fulani, and not Nigeria, need to change. The real change, for now, ought to be an ideological change, which Buhari has faulted repeatedly before we embark on the “Sai Buhari Chanji”

  • kiki January 29, 2016 at 8:31 am

    im not a fan of GEJs administration and how he handled some matters but calling him an ineffectual buffoon?no thats a low blow.
    who wrote that article? this is an insult really!
    who the bloody hell made the economist judge and jury?

  • Christian Sister January 29, 2016 at 8:50 am

    Someone pls remind me why these ones had the audacity to call GEJ names. You know, I strongly believe he wasn’t a bad man, or a bad president, but a weak president that was surrounded with wrong people that took advantage of him and his position.
    Yes his administration was corrupt, but is that the first corrupt administration we’ve ever had? All these witch hunt and throwing insults, yet our economy was still stronger when he was in power. Heck the present admin is even living off of his glory.
    Yes call me a gejite, but we are 8 months into this present admin with nothing to snow for it. Bullocks.

    • Ngozi January 29, 2016 at 11:02 am

      What’s the price of oil now to the price of oil then? if the intellectual Buffon and his cronies had not stolen all our money while oil price was great Nigeria would have had something to fall back on now that oil price has crashed. That is the difference between us and the oil nations that didn’t waste their money when oil price was good.

    • Bimbo January 29, 2016 at 3:19 pm

      Our economy was stronger not because of Jonathan but because oil prices were higher. I don’t understand how hard that is for people to understand. Is the economy in your house not more buoyant than the economy in your gate man’s house? Reason because you earn more than he does? It’s simple really.

  • Hello January 29, 2016 at 8:56 am

    I see nothing wrong with that statement actually. Its calling a spade a spade. Period!

  • Oloye January 29, 2016 at 9:33 am

    Dear Economist, you’re very much on point! A child can be named ‘Goodluck’ and choose to be called ‘Badluck’ is all up to the child. GEJ merits that adjective in all sense of it and you all know.

    By to the dictionary again – Ineffectual is defined as (of a person) lacking the ability or qualities to fulfill a role or handle a situation. Buffoon means ‘a ridiculous but amusing person; a clown’ Is GEJ not really an ‘inefficient clown’??? Going by what he said in Geneva for example..

    My PMB, you will soon get your own name sogbo! Continue dragging us back…Time will tell.

  • Oloye January 29, 2016 at 9:33 am

    Back (not by) to the dictionary -*****

  • Tosin January 29, 2016 at 9:41 am

    in other news my dentist say make we no dey use toothpick again. serious.
    so we can delete that one from our list of imports.

  • omoluabi January 29, 2016 at 9:52 am

    why do we always shy away from the main issues that are trending… the truth is that Jonathan’s regime was the worst so far in the history of the country yet we still hear some sycophantic Nigerians still support him just because of sentiment…. buhari inherited a lot of mess from Jonathan and he’s been trying to clear things up ever since he assumed office….we know that Nigerians are not seeing the desired change yet but we are on the Right track… it is only bigots and nincompoop that will not support the the anti corruption crusade of PMB..

  • Story Story January 29, 2016 at 10:01 am

    I hope nene won’t have a heart attack over GEJ / Buhari / Nigerian politics one day. It’s not that serious boo and if you are that passionate about things go into politics, simple. Don’t just be writing epistles on BN, rather DO SOMETHING!!!

  • Finally!Finally January 29, 2016 at 10:19 am

    Pple just funny, a child is bad, he is only a child leave him, SMH my head, wen wld Nigeria get better, Petting Jonah, that he did wot ruined the economy with his goons, can he try dis wit the Chinese. Pple were dying bcos our leaders were busy laundering money, blood of the innocent is on your heads and your generations, wicked souls, you all shall not find peace!!!!

  • I no send January 29, 2016 at 10:23 am

    let us separate the insults from the meat of the matter…are they telling the truth about present day Nigeria or not???? sentiments aside?

  • Finally!Finally January 29, 2016 at 10:43 am

    To u all pleading for apology, una still dey chop chicken das y, pple don’t even have bone, children that are orphans and pple childless, pple generations wiped off and so on, and u are dere saying he was insulted, money to fight Boko Haram was spent on rubbish, sharing money like u giving hampers , no words just sad for you all!!!!!!!!

    • nene+ January 29, 2016 at 1:11 pm

      Have they stopped killing people now?

  • Josephine January 29, 2016 at 11:01 am

    The description is harsh but the rape and pillaging under GEJ and his friends was even more harsh so I won’t lose sleep because The Economist blasted him.

  • Anonymous January 29, 2016 at 11:11 am

    I blame Nigeria for letting these white people come into our country to carry out what they term “research”. These westerners glorify everything about their country and leaders and degrade Africa. Who born dem to call David Cameron or even Obama names???

    I blame our African leaders for welcoming them during their visits, lodging them in luxurious accommodation and even giving them police escort (when dem dey enter bus for their own country even without bodyguard).

    Their Western ideas like capitalism, neoliberalism destroys African economies and make us vulnerable at the global economic stage and this “bambiala” “economiss” news agency will never write about it. Na dem be in buffoon no be us.

  • GY January 29, 2016 at 11:41 am

    Just passing By..

  • prince January 29, 2016 at 11:58 am

    Nigerians and grammar, they said someone is an ineffectual buffons una dey shout. The situation we are in right now in this country, Its only the intervention of the almighty that would save us.
    If you’re here like Nene abi wetin her name be to protect a clueless and senseless person like GEJ that brought this wrath on us go ahead, I’m just glad that you’re also having your share of the pie so eat on.

  • nene+ January 29, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    Hey Ngozi even tho I can swear that is not your name listen good!
    You and I know that Jonathan is by what ever margin more intelligent than buhari…..
    At least he never promised to stablise oil price, nor call West Germany, his language is clearer,he showed his result Ph.D compared to buhari we have called GEJ clueless yet we call Buhari dullard just tell me which is worse if the economist want to describe both men???

    My point is no independent leader should be called that name!!!!!!! I can accept reasonable criticism from economist fro any of OBJ,GEJ,Yaradua, PMB but calling them an animal is out of boundary so be reasonable……

    I know GEJ is soaring high the reasonable world knows, economist is by the way and needs to be corrected….

    Politics and the world is watched through criticism and not insults this not Donald trump.. Bush destroyed America Economy democrats hated him and he hasn’t been called names, I remain a GEJ fan and will choose him over and over again!!!! the economist can go to hell… no one reckon with the economist just like diarrhoea….

    Up till today GEJ is the only Nigeria Leader with Ph.D if you are Ngozi ask your parents….

    • Ngozi January 29, 2016 at 1:48 pm

      @Nene, oh shut it…not all of us are tribalistic buffoons that blinded by tribe. Lmao at GEJ is more intelligent that Buhari, the fact that GEJ is a PHD holder and so dense is a big shame. A PHD holder saying ” how much did Jim Nwobodo stole that Buhari imprisoned him, money that’s not enough to buy a Peugeot” Chai An illiterate sef won’t say such a disgrace full thing . Also don’t forget your hero told us “America will know” lmao, America knows he is an Intellectual Buffon . The biggest shame to GEJ is that he is the most educated Nigerian leader but the biggest disappointment. The drunk sat and watched Nigeria get looted while he kept making ridiculous excuses and his illiterate wife kept dancing in the market square.

      • lol January 29, 2016 at 2:30 pm

        Grammatical error is different from fundamental error. Nwobodo stole is a grammatical error. Not knowing how oil price works is a fundamental error. Apples and oranges please sis!

      • ngozi is a fool January 29, 2016 at 3:24 pm

        Ngozi how senseless are you! Even core APC supporters are silent over this gross insult. We you kip kwayet. Don’t be silly!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Why not? January 29, 2016 at 1:52 pm

      And why can’t her name be Ngozi? So you think all Ibos and others from the SE/SS are tribalists like you?? I am from the South South but never supported GEJ. Deal with it, rather than wailing up and down like someone who’s dummy has been snatched.

    • Why not? January 29, 2016 at 1:54 pm

      Also, what value did the Ph.D bring for the average Nigerian on the street. You this girl sef, your reasoning leaves a lot to be desired.

    • koko January 29, 2016 at 11:21 pm

      you are wrong ..GEJ will be in prison soon like your NNAMDI MUMU …IDIOT

  • John January 29, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    Ngozi please stop using fake name. Igbo girls are cultured please.

  • John January 29, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    The article was written by Tolu Ogunlesi for the Economist. A yoruba boy who can never achieve what GEJ has wrote that piece for the Economist. Its been confirmed. Yoruba and APC taking this hatred for Jonathan too far is pitiable.

    • Ngozi January 29, 2016 at 1:49 pm

      @ lmao, is that the new excuse, you guys are as pathetic as your “hero”

      • word January 29, 2016 at 2:43 pm

        Ngozi suck it up!

  • lol January 29, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    Ngozi sounds like a -. Even if you hate GEJ? no well mannered lady would dance naked like you are doing. Bad upbringing is the cause. I still doubt you are one of those reserved Igbo. Not even ada nnewi would jump at the insult to your president. Wait very soon they will categorise buhari. So please be decent about it. Not APC or PDP matter here. You are the most overjoyed in this name calling please stop dis gracing women! I am proudly a yoruba lady by the way.

  • Debby Dibs January 29, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    1) Its amazing how short term the memory of the average Nigerian is, honestly. For the FIRST time in history, we had a minister of finance in NOI who decided to save from our surplus, in the excess crude account (and SWF). The governors, led by AMAECHI and all the other current APC cronies insisted on SHARING the money – they took the FG to court and sure enough since it was the first time and we are a democracy, GEJ let them have it. Now the country is in trouble and who is to blame? GEJ. Such an intelligent people.

    2) Why is GEJ called ineffectual? Is it his performance on the economy? Well not really – Nigeria has a huge inequality problem (like so many nations in the world including China and the USA) but we were one of the fastest growing countries in the world, nearly hitting 7% per annum in GDP growth at some points and this growth for the FIRST time in MANY decades was being driven by non-oil sectors including services, rather than just oil. Amazing. Adesina also did a good job removing middle men in Agribusiness and strategizing for scale – so we could envisage a Nigeria that in the future would begin to re-enter the global agriculture value chain. So why then?! Boko Haram. This gang up by extremist muslims that was in part political. I assert 2 things. That given the North’s desire to take back the power they let go for 1/5th of our post-independence, whoever was president from the South at that point was doomed – they will bomb you out of office if thats what it takes to fill every position with their people (look at what has happened post May 2015). Also, that by the last election holding in EVERY SINGLE LGA, we know that GEJ addressed this issue to some extent (despite the gang-up internationally to refuse to sell us weapons) even if he paid little attention in the beginning because of the initial point – he knew it was political and thought we could see that too (wrong move). If he bought no military equipment, given that the 2016 budget is still being discussed, and the 2015 budget was GEJs, what is the military currently using to fight BH? Now PMB calls for a “REINVESTIGATION” of Chibok, now that he has insider info, because those girls were taken but the circumstances are a lot more complex than we are made to believe.

    3) Nigerians must take charge of their own narrative. We cannot continue to endorse international “agents” that have their own agenda including the Economist – I tell you it has nothing to do with our interests, what names they call people and how well they say we are doing or not? If PMB does not “play ball”, in months he will be called worse things. I have no faith in the man, but he is my president, and I will not accept anyone calling him a buffoon. Tomorrow, the people who want him to bend into shape will stop selling him weapons/stop FDI from coming our way/blacklist us otherwise – and Nigerians will criticize their president for doing the thing he thinks is best for us (even if it is brainless sometimes). I feel sorry for the African president with any goodwill – since Independence seems to me the most efficient bet is to steal the country blind because they (your people and the West) will crucify you anyway.

    • Takeseveralseats January 29, 2016 at 3:12 pm

      I love how you have selective amnesia on the issue of the #dasukigate. Keep it up!

  • Sammie January 29, 2016 at 4:14 pm

    I totally agree with the article. During his administration for the first time in my life, I felt ashamed of my country.

    During my masters class, my foreign colleagues were like “$40 million dissapears and ur president fires the Governor?” “Who does that?”

    Each time his wife opened her mouth I just shutter. “Stealing is not corruption”. His handling of the Chibok crisis was a monumental disaster!

    A good leader is judged by the behaviour his subordinates he is not around. In his case, it was stealing which according to him was not corruption! If that isn’t buffonaery then I don’t know what is!

    • Selective Hearing and Selective Memory. January 30, 2016 at 12:37 am

      @Sammie and everyone else who refuses to let this go (by the way, I am not a fan of either GEJ or Buhari):

      “”February 12, 2015.

      President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday clarified what he meant by stealing is not corruption, saying he was quoted out of context.

      “”Responding to questions during a presidential media chat on Wednesday, the President explained that the remark flowed from a discussion he had with a former chief justice of the federation, who told him of how he had to distinguish straight acts of stealing from other forms of corruption he acted upon.

      “People who told you I said stealing is not corruption did not tell you I said stealing is good. That is why philosophers say that the primary reason people disagree is because people use one statement to explain two typical things or vice versa.

      “I made that statement because I quoted the former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Mustapha, (when) I called a meeting then, with the anti-crime organisations and the judiciary.

      “The CJN, Mustapha decided to take a look at the files that dealt with corruption and more than 80 per cent of them were just cases of stealing. But people use corruption to cover all. What I am saying is that let us go to the South-West and go to a typical community and they look at you and say this man is corrupt, people will be looking at you. But call that same man “ole”, that is thief, and see what will happen to him. Our people hate thieves more than corrupt people, yet most times, we use corruption to cover the lapses.

      “A thief should be called a thief and treated as such. In my village, when an adult steals, they strip him unclad, humiliate him and his family, but if you say this man is corrupt, they won’t know what you are talking about. We are using corruption to cover it all up.

      “So, let us communicate properly. It was not me that said it, I quoted Mustapha. He examined the corruption cases and he saw that they were just cases of stealing.””

  • Noms January 29, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    Who has name calling helped?
    If we are really concerned about this article, I think the name calling shouldn’t be a problem because we all know GEJ was one of the weakest president so far. I personally wouldn’t insult someone like that so….
    PMB was just a better option at a time not that he is better than GEJ…
    “Today, as in the 1980s, the president(PMB) is making a bad situation worse.”-The Economist. This is what I think we should be worried about.

  • Glory N January 29, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    TOLU OGUNLESI well done! Bravo! I hope your benefactors pay you a handsome fee for these articles…..these old men that you have sold your soul to for porridge and bread will die one day, a lot of us in the younger generation will remember……..

  • mabel January 29, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    Please that is past tense and I’m not laughing right now. The situation right now is what matters. If the reason Nigerians massively voted him out is because he was ‘ineffectual’ Ngozi take note( ineffectual is not the same as intellectual), then why did we vote for pmb? The street ain’t laughing right now. Things are f***ing hard right now. Why is pmb making a bad situation worse? Eh why? You know I look at pmb and Nigeria and I remember the story of King Saul. God has allowed who you want Nigeria so please deal with this. 4 years of famine is here o. If you’re like Joseph then you know we sow at this time and reap plenty.

  • SelectiveAmnesia January 29, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    What could I have forgotten about #dasukigate? Oh! That’s right. That Buhari’s Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, who was the director of purchase between 2012 and 2015, was omitted from the list of chiefs to be investigated? Yup, I should stick that in somewhere.

    You have to give it to APC though, they control the narrative – social media, online news, paper news – and we gobble it all down hook, line and sinker. Meanwhile the security votes in the 2016 budget are as high or higher … with complete discretion on whatever those funds are used for. If the next president is a non-APC president, prepare for #(fillinthegapswithNSAsname)gate.

  • DZY January 29, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    I did not hear any international journalist call the president of Greece a buffoon, even when the whole of Europe were scrambling to bail them out. The London Times also just abused Buhari on his “magical” and “diabolic” economic policies. I have said it here before I do not care about what a the international media say about Nigeria. Now all oil producing countries are in trouble. Canada is presently in recession because of low oil prices. States in the USA like Texas and North Dakota a feeling the pressure too. Banks in the US are jittery with what to do with oil companies debt, so this is affecting every body. I will advice the government to stop painting doom on the pages of newspapers but to focus on communicating creative policies that will boost the economy. This will encourage confidence in both local and international stake holders to continue to invest., The only way to stimulate growth is for investors to keep spending. Now if all we here from the govt. is about how the past govt stole money, it will inhibit the confidence of investors. Businesses are waiting for a clear economic blue-print from the govt,, so as to align their strategic plan. my humble opinion.

  • concerned9ja January 29, 2016 at 9:41 pm

    There’s a big difference between Economic mismanagement and outright corruption…don’t ever compare Greece to Nigeria….a small country like Greece hosted the Olympics which crippled them…tell me what ground breaking Event or Infrastructure was established by Jona..
    Not a fan of name calling but Dude was completely inept!!

  • koko January 29, 2016 at 11:14 pm

    you don mad ..your HERO GEJ was the worst Delima that have happened to Naija

  • haba February 3, 2016 at 11:43 am

    This is always the problem of nigerians,seriously why are we attacking each other and calling names. All am getting here is Nene(GEJ) or Ngozi(PMB).At the end we commentators are not more than the “ineffectual Buffon”.Until we learn to tackle issues objectively we will remain the scorn of other countries not to talk of the mess we are in this country.
    What has tribe got to do with this and why do anyone want to play the Victim.@Nene and Nene fans ,the issue is that the economy is in a mess!!!

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