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Olusegun Obasanjo to President Goodluck Jonathan: “You’ve Betrayed God & Nigerians” | Read Excerpts from the 18-Page Letter



Olusegun Obasanjo & President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan - December 2013 - BellaNaija

The former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo reportedly sent the present Head of States President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan an 18-page letter, accusing him of ineptitude and taking actions calculated at destroying Nigeria.

Premium Times is reporting that it has exclusively obtained the letter dated Monday 2nd December 2013. The full letter will be made available for download soon.

Read Excerpts from the 18-page letter by the news publication;

Nigeria is bleeding and the hemorrhage must be stopped.

He said Mr. Jonathan has failed to deliver on his promises to the Nigerian people, stem corruption, promote national unity and strengthen national security.

He said in the letter titled “Before it is too late” that rather than take steps to advance Nigeria’s interest and up the standards of living of Nigerians, Mr. Jonathan had betrayed God and the Nigerian people that brought him to power, and has been pursuing selfish personal and political interests based on advice he receives from “self-centred aides”.

In the detailed letter, dripping of anger, frustration and what appears a genuine concern to rescue a nation on the brink, Mr. Obasanjo lamented that Mr. Jonathan had become terribly divisive and clannish, destroying his own party, polarizing the country along regional and religious lines and ridiculing Nigeria in the comity of nations.

Without mincing words, Mr. Obasanjo blamed Mr. Jonathan for the crises tearing the ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, apart.

He said apart from using party chairman Bamanga Tukur to cause multiple crises and divide the ranks of the party, the president’s failure to keep a promise he made not to seek a second term is also generating tension within the ruling party.

“It would be unfair to continue to level full blames on the Chairman (Tukur) for all that goes wrong with the party,” Mr. Obasanjo said. “The chairman is playing the tune dictated by the paymaster (Jonathan). But the paymaster is acting for a definitive purpose for which deceit and deception seem to be the major ingredients.”

“Up till two months ago, Mr. President, you told me that you have not told anybody that you would contest in 2015. I quickly pointed out to you that the signs and the measures on the ground do not tally with your statement. You said the same to one other person who shared his observation with me. And only a fool would believe that statement you made to me judging by what is going on. I must say it is not ingenious. You may wish to pursue a more credible and more honorable path.”

The former President said Mr. Jonathan told him before the 2011 election he would not seek a second term, and made the same promise to governors, party stakeholders and Nigerians.

The president’s refusal to keep that promise cast him as a man without honour, Mr. Obasanjo said.

Saying it would be “fatally morally flawed” for Mr. Jonathan to contest in 2015, Mr. Obasanjo added, “As a leader, two things you must cherish and hold dear among others are trust and honour both of which are important ingredients of character. I will want to see anyone in the Office of the Presidency of Nigeria as a man or woman who can be trusted, a person of honour in his words and character.”

Mr. Obasanjo also accused Mr. Jonathan of anti-party conducts – supporting opposition parties’ candidates in governorship elections in Lagos, Ondo, Edo and Anambra states at the detriment of PDP’s own candidates –, and of pitting party members against one another.

Saying the President had failed to address the underlying causes of the Boko Haram menace, Mr. Obasanjo urged Mr. Jonathan to adopt a carrot and stick approach in dealing with the insurgency explaining that “conventional military actions based on standard phases of military operations alone will not permanently and effectively deal with the issue of Boko Haram”.

Mr. Obasanjo also tackled Mr. Jonathan for allegedly being clannish. “For you to allow yourself to be “possessed”, so to say, to the exclusion of most of the rest of Nigerians as an “Ijaw man” is a mistake that should never have been allowed to happen. Yes, you have to be born in one part of Nigeria to be Nigerian if not naturalized but the Nigerian President must be above ethnic factionalism. And those who prop you up as of, and for ‘Ijaw nation’ are not your friends genuinely, not friends of Nigeria nor friends of “Ijaw nation” they tout about.

“To allow or tacitly encourage people of “Ijaw nation” to throw insults on other Nigerians from other parts of the country and threaten fire and brimstone to protect your interest as an Ijaw man is myopic and your not openly quieting them is even more unfortunate.

Two Ijaw men, ex-militant Mujahid Dokubo-Asari, and a former federal commissioner for information, Edwin Clark, who carries himself around as the political godfather of the president, are known to talk down on people opposed to the president.

Mr. Obasanjo also accused Mr. Jonathan of placing over 1000 Nigerians on political watch list and “training snipers and other armed personnel secretly and clandestinely acquiring weapons to match for political purposes like Abacha and training them where Abacha trained his killers”.

He wondered why the Presidency was providing assistance for a murderer to evade justice.

“Presidential assistance for a murderer to evade justice and presidential delegation to welcome him home can only be in bad taste generally but particularly to the family of his victim,” Mr. Obasanjo said. “Assisting criminals to evade justice cannot be part of the job of the presidency. Or, as it is viewed in some quarters, is he being recruited to do for you what he had done for Abacha in the past? Hopefully, he should have learned his lesson. Let us continue to watch.”

Mr. Obasanjo did not mention the name of the murderer he accused the President of protecting but he seems to be referring to Hamza Al-Mustapha, a former security aide to late Head of State, General Sani Abacha, who is facing trial for allegedly masterminding the killing of Kudirat Abiola, the wife of Moshood Abiola, the winner of the annulled 1993 presidential election.

Mr. Al-Mustapha was freed by the appeal court in July but the Lagos state government has since appealed the judgment at the Supreme Court.

The former President also called on the National Assembly to rise up and take decisive action over the recent allegation in the country that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation failed to remit billions of dollars in proceeds of crude oil sales to the federation account.

“This allegation will not fly away by non-action, cover-up, denial or bribing possible investigators,” Mr. Obasanjo told the President. “Please deal with this allegation transparently and let the truth be known.”

“The dramatis personae in this allegation and who they are working for will one day be public knowledge. Those who know are watching if the National Assembly will not be accomplice in the heinous crime and naked grand corruption. May God grant you the grace for at least one effective corrective action against high corruption which seems to stink all around you in your government.”

Mr. Obasanjo said he wrote the letter in the national interest, saying nothing, at this stage of his life, would prevent him from standing up for whatever he considers to be in the best interest of Nigeria, Africa and the world.

He said he was ready for whatever backlash his letter would provoke from the presidency.

“Knowing what happens around you most of which you know of and condone or deny, this letter will proke cacophony from hired and unhired attackers but I will maintain my serenity because by this letter, I have done my duty to you as I have always done, to your government, to the party, PDP, and to our country, Nigeria…,” Mr. Obasanjo said.

“I have passed the stage of being flattered, intimidated, threatened, frightened, induced or bought… Death is the end of all human beings and may it come when God wills it to come.”


  1. Jummai

    December 11, 2013 at 11:28 am

    Hmmn well said by Baba himself. Jonathan please you had better not contest for a second term cos u have to deliver your promises to Nigerian. Jst step aside and give someone else a chance.

  2. Let it Flow

    December 11, 2013 at 11:34 am

    Pot calling Kettle Black.

    • Lexus

      December 11, 2013 at 12:11 pm

      Doesn’t mean the pot isn’t speaking the truth.


      December 12, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      Some may be true, but truth clothed in greed, and selfishness. All these accusations, Obasnajo did worse things than GEJ. He knew that a damning exposure cum response about him would follow, that was why he sounded preemptively defensive in his so called letter. I do not only consider the validity of a message, I also consider the person of the messenger, his motive; as a mark of true patriotism or prompted/feigned patriotism? GEJ may not be a saint,but the devil who made the demon, is not qualified to accuse the demon of wrong doing simply because he did.nt do his bidden. If GEJ is a demon now, Mr. Devil you made him in the name of godfatherism, so shut up and stand if you can’t sit down. We are in the boat the devil built and handed over to his appointed demon to captain, so Mr devil, wait until we crash first. Your scheme does not take much to decipher; you want to please your nothern friends who felt you betrayed them by scheming GEJ in (a southern), under an obnoxious promise of doing only one term, forgetting you had schemed to do three terms during your tenure, except that Nigerians unanimously rejected you. So why do you want him to do one? Are you GEJ that has right to contest? Are you nigerians that would decide? How dare you insult the sensibilty of 160 Nigeria that you have the prerogative to decide for them? If OBJ is talking about corruption his regime was worse. Pls don’t sound holy, for you are not. If GEJ is indeed a monster as you want us to believe, then you are a bigger monster because you made that monster, period! So no matter how valid your accusations may be but because they are coming from an impure mind, sorry I am discarding them. I understands you signed a pact with the north when they released you from the prison they put you, but fortunately you didn’t implement required, so they accuse you of putting a sick man. Youse now want to right your so called wrong, hence needs to make GEJ a sacrificial lamb, by accusing him of the same offence the north has been a accusing of – betrayal! Not to Nigeria as you falsely want us to believe, to your very self. So indeed it is a clash of interest.

    • tish

      December 11, 2013 at 12:43 pm

      A wise man once said, “Don’t dismiss a good idea simply because you don’t like the source” @ Let it flow, please let the truth flow!!

  3. dp

    December 11, 2013 at 11:35 am

    Well Obasanjo is not a saint as well, but i think he has spoken the truth, GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN is the worst thing that has happened to Nigeria

    • Busarni

      December 11, 2013 at 11:53 am

      see your life; he is the worst thing abi. No atom of respect for you president, i bet if you meet him you cant even say it to his face. Typing rubbish from what ever device you are using. Be honest with yourself, will you do better than him if you were in that leadership position. Make i no expose you for this forum cos i know you more than you know yourself

    • tish

      December 11, 2013 at 12:44 pm

      Busarni, I hope you choke on whatever you’re eating. Greedy Nigerian! Blind bat.

    • Jim

      December 11, 2013 at 12:50 pm

      You must be one of Jonathan ass lickers coz of the little crumbs you get from him, makes you not see clearly.
      He’s clearly turning to an Abacha……….I won’t say much,time will tell, everything comes out eventually. God save us.

    • Da_99th

      December 12, 2013 at 8:00 am

      Bursani or whatever you call yourself,GTFOH with that bullshit you are saying,IDIOT!!!!


      December 19, 2013 at 2:41 pm

      Dont mind them, let them keep on talking rubbish. its always easy to sit down at home and criticise others while we fail even in our little corners. all we need do is keep praying for our leaders so that they pick the right advice and do that which is right

    • favour

      January 16, 2015 at 7:27 pm

      the President Goodluck Jonathan is the very best thing that has happened to Nigeria and will continue to be the best ever. thumbs up Presido!!!!

  4. Vanessa

    December 11, 2013 at 11:42 am

    Oby spoke the Truth. Jonathan is not taking us to the Promised Land. He is not the Mandela we are waiting for.


      December 19, 2013 at 2:43 pm

      he is not the Mandela, are you?

    • favour

      January 16, 2015 at 7:33 pm

      Why say negative things about a great man and Mentor when you can clearly see all the good works he and his administration has done so far and would do? The Mandela is here and he is here to stay……….

  5. Gistyinka Blog

    December 11, 2013 at 11:44 am

    Hmmm so funny from OBJ, But i will be waiting for GEJ errand boys Doyin and reuben abati to say something to this viral issue..

  6. Busarni

    December 11, 2013 at 11:50 am

    baba ,what about your third term agenda? abeg park well
    joor. All of you are one and same, we are not gullible anymore.
    Politicians like you are in the habit of ranting when things are
    not working out the way you want. You spent 8 years as the
    Petroleum minister; issuing out oil blocks left, right and center.
    Yes, Jonathan has failed in some area but you are not a saint after
    all. Na now you wake up abi, okay after attending madibas memorial
    ceremony you suddenly realized what it means to be a good leader.

    • ijay

      December 12, 2013 at 7:17 am

      well said.

    • musil

      December 13, 2013 at 8:28 pm

      I love that make una help me tell am o! But may be things woll change…..may be they didn’t know how to be better men..and now Madiba has thought them and woken them up.


      December 19, 2013 at 2:49 pm

      hahahhahahahahahhahhahahahaha, thank you my dear.

  7. viva

    December 11, 2013 at 11:58 am

    Dear God, all I want for Christmas is Nigeria’s very own
    Nelson Mandela. Thank you Lord in advance!

    • Tincan

      December 11, 2013 at 12:20 pm


    • rahinat

      December 13, 2013 at 11:31 am

      hahaha birds of the same farther flock together so what is obasanjo saying after doing his worst thing when he was d president trying to advise other person i dnt have much to say may God help us dat all

  8. Gina

    December 11, 2013 at 12:04 pm

    Baba OBj sounding born again o. that’s nice. oya Mr.
    presido, listen to your elders.

  9. Toh Luh

    December 11, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    Chei! We have bought market in this country o!

  10. Noms

    December 11, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    Hmmmmm,is this the same OBJ? When you did your second tenure,did you inform us in 1999 will come back in 2003? How about your third term agenda? How about NO POWER FAILURE, by 2003 December? ………..Yes, Jonathan is not doing what he promised but i smell Jona not being loyal to OBJ’s dictates hence all this boring speech. mtsheeeeeeewwwwww

    • AMAKA

      December 11, 2013 at 4:10 pm


  11. Angelic london

    December 11, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    Welll clearly a lot is going on in our dear country and people are watching and waiting for the right time. Day in day out…….STEALING, KILLING, etc are getting crazy…. Obj clearly might ve done wrongs during his term but hes surely on the path to repentance.

  12. dbaby

    December 11, 2013 at 12:59 pm

    I agree wit baba on d ijaw group issue,he shld hv openly condemed deir actions,I also agree on d petroleum issue,all d corruption in dat ministry na wa,but mr president cannot say he’s nt aware,same tin hapened to d oduah issue,dey evaded justice again,no outcome as usual,he’s treatn Nig like his personal property,any government dat can kip its educational system on hold for months,I wonder wat d future of such country will be,dnt let’s talk of his advisers,2 be wise u must walk wit d wise.he shld just forget abt 2015,cos we’ve had enuf to handle in one administration.see d way he handled amaechis issue.Nigeria needs a selfless leader who wil tink of odas b4 himself,dats y d whole world is celebratn Mandela,but come 2015 d same nigerians who r complaining will be d ones to vote for d wrong pple wen money is put inside bread nd handed ova to I must vote 4 d best candidate come 2015,if nt ill sit in my house jejely nd nt vote 4 anybody cos am tired of wat our Nigeria has bcom.he shld go back to d drawing board nd restrategize on hw Nigeria wil move 4ward in his time.enuf said

  13. Jumai Adeyeye

    December 11, 2013 at 1:06 pm

    Obasanjo u are talking rubbish, u are all d same birds dat flocks together, cover your ass before Jonathan’ s own if u have done it better, Jonathan will do the same

  14. lady bug

    December 11, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    I can’t believe Obasanjo. He comes out to condemn GJ for sins similar to the ones he committed. Pot calling a kettle black indeed. When OBJ was in power, abusing his power and sharing money with whoever he deemed deserving, it was all well and dandy. Now that things are not going his way he has the guts to write such a letter. Who does he think he is deceiving?! Nonsense!

  15. pat

    December 11, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    birds of d same feather,u guys are all d same, may d good lord reward all of u according to ow u all ruled Nigeria….

  16. Busarni

    December 11, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    @tish; na you go choke. How much were you paid? MUMU of life, as if Nigeria’s problem started with Jonathan and he has a magic wand that will right all the wrongs he inherited.

    • The new natural

      December 11, 2013 at 2:04 pm

      he does have a magic wand alright. The type that makes the situation worse. At least if you can’t make things better, don’t add to the problems.

    • nene

      December 11, 2013 at 3:52 pm

      what did he make worse biko? why did OBJ put yar adua (who was already dying and was also non performing even as gov of katsina state), as president? they just gave jonathan to carry all the wahala they had piled up, now everyone is picking on him. OBJ has ruled nigeria more than anayone else, and how much has he done???

  17. paul

    December 11, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    it seems the old man has forgotten how he played on nigerians by seeking for third term. Go sit down joor

  18. Vee

    December 11, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    GEJ has received more negative publicity than any other president. Why? Is it because he’s a softie? LOL
    I duno o, in my eyes, they all look the same. Every single one of them.
    I am yet to see a politican from the Nigerian government that is ready to sacrifice, like Madiba, for Nigeria to move forward.
    We need a Nigerian that is prepared to make sacrifices, not ones that are careful of who they upset because they are scared to die.

  19. hposh

    December 11, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    I guess Mandela’s death has inspired Obasanjo.

  20. anon

    December 11, 2013 at 2:41 pm

    you guys lets just pause for a minute. Every civilised person knows that a former leader never openly critcises the current president. It heats up the polity unnecessarily… before we get too excited we need to ask ourselves what obj’s motive is? he must be really irrelevant for him to stoop to the point of writing an open letter

    • person

      December 12, 2013 at 10:00 am

      This wasn’t open criticism though. It was a private letter from one man to another the was leaked

  21. nene

    December 11, 2013 at 2:47 pm

    story…all of you are the same. and OBJ should also write a letter to IBB, since her is the architect of Nigeria’s problems till date.

  22. segxylecturer

    December 11, 2013 at 4:09 pm

    Instead of castigating obj for what he said y don’t u look @ d content first wch is true b4 attacking him? It is very pertinent to say that most Nigerians lackadaisical attitude or apathy to say gives room 4 bad leaders to emerge like GEJ. Let everybody be interested in politics during elections so to say so we can choose the right leader. I rest my case here!

  23. Iris

    December 11, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    I believe Jonathan is a big disappointment, especially considering how we all thought he would be an instrument of change. I can also agree to a degree that OBJ can speak “the truth” even though he was not a good president either, but Nigerians please shine your eyes. OBJ is talking about Jonathan breaking up PDP like that is the average Nigerian’s main concern. He is simply worried about his party’s well being in ruling forever. That is all. He says Jonathan is protecting a murderer…what happened to the people of Odi under a supposed civilian government? What happened to Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti? Who was democratic president / military dictator in those days? He has money. He is a former statesman. There are lots of things he can do to help the country if he really cares. Look at Bill Clinton and what he continues to do today. Is still president? Abegi

  24. guru

    December 11, 2013 at 4:47 pm

    I think we have to stand up and make way for the upcoming generation,it’s time to tell these big fool that we know what is good for naija’s.

  25. pritieb

    December 11, 2013 at 4:48 pm

    See pot calling kettle black, jst like Mandela, Obasanjo rose to grace, he had a second chance, emerged as d PDP presidential candidate in 1998, everybdy welcomed him bk wit optimism bt it wuz a wasted expectation. he could nt fight d infrastructure battle adequately, left bhnd a prostrate nation, agonizing over lack of electricity, good roads, good hospitals n schools. So wtz d point passing criticizing words to GEJ. Dey r bth birds Of sme feather.

  26. 'Midé

    December 11, 2013 at 7:58 pm

    Baba is getting senile.Let him go and wake up Yar Adua. Stupid man!

  27. hanksuzoma

    December 11, 2013 at 8:50 pm

    i love this letter from the former president.. Lets think about this, u see clearly when u step outside ur comfort zone, obj is seeing vision of which he said is an ideal he can die for, that he cannot be bought or threaten or even intimidated, that death is the end of all human being and it comes when God wills it.. For the fact that he knows that God exist, is what makes me feel highly moved.. I pray for better Nigeria.. Goodluck has failed us, because of his low consciousness, lack of awareness, that life does not jst ends here..

  28. lee play

    December 11, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    Baba take am easy u follow scatter naija

  29. Blaqgurlrock

    December 12, 2013 at 12:11 am

    Nigerians Nigerians Nigerians… you say no body is doing anything about the state of the nation, the old man is trying to do something and you castigate him. Remember the saying of Jesus ‘let he who has no sin cast the first stone’ NOBODY is perfect including Obasanjo but it does not mean we should remain silent when we see evil being perpetrated.

  30. Chris

    December 12, 2013 at 12:48 am

    what are u writing obj, I guess u were in this country wen the northern leaders said they will make this nation ungovernable.

    • Patrick

      December 12, 2013 at 5:46 pm

      Baba has notin 2 say, its al abt slf fish intrst al bcos is not wrking out as he tot.a devil is a devil no mata wat motive he koms wit.d Lord protect His own

  31. joy prince

    December 12, 2013 at 12:49 am

    There is a lot of Jonathan e-Warriors on this site. However, it should be noted that all that Obasanjo said about Jonathan is the truth. Corruption is at alarming rate never witnessed in this country before now. He is actually dividing Nigerians along the lines of Religion and ethnicity (e.g. most commentators in support of GEJ, even in cases that are obviously known to be wrong and condemnable are either Ibos and/or Niger deltans). Let me pinpoint to you all that because Obasanjo is a Xtian like GEJ that call a spade a spade, most of the commentators will be seen divided along tribal lines. Most supporters of GEJ will be SE and SS while others will be for OBJ. However if it is a comment from someone like Tinubu, Buhari, IBB or el-rufai, the e-warriors will be divided along religion. In summary, as the President not succeeded in dividing us as truly stated by OBJ? It also a known fact in the judicial arena that GEJ freed al-Mustapha, for whatever, we shall live to see. But one thing we should know, just like before the case of Farouk-otedola scandal, OBJ always have fact and figures before he talks. He is also a General. OBJ is a not a saint, but we could still remember that he sacked and jailed the then serving minister of Internal affairs (SM Afolabi, a Yoruba Man like him) who later died due to the BP from the disgrace received.
    Moreover, we have siemens gate, oduahgate, etc and surrounding yourself with thieves like Okupe, anenih, honoring alamesia, making adamu muazu (ex-gov of bauchi PENCOM chairman is still a concern for Nigerian workers), we also have our Lord Jesus in person of Madam Dame Patience Jonathan who had gone to heaven and returned making things terrible for Nigerians.

    just so many to say……………………………………………….But Nigeria is greater than any individual, be it OBJ, IBB, Atiku, JP Clark, Asari Dokubo and including GEJ and sycophants around him.
    Nigeria will survive, African go survive!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  32. Chris

    December 12, 2013 at 1:16 am

    the chairman international leaders of corruption is calling someone corrupt, is anyone more corrupt than you. you gave ur daughter multi billion naira contract to supply hospital equipments, were are they. has Asari said or done anything worst than the northern leader who said he is going to make this country ungovernable if he doesn’t win , I the chairman of boko?

  33. cjlagos

    December 12, 2013 at 2:58 am

    This why the Nigerian president GEJ, does not command any relevance or given much respect in the affairs of geopolitical affairs of Africa, considering that Nigeria is one a big player in Africa. He is not not well respected in and outside Nigeria, because of perception of his ineptitude and corrupt practices, i.e Oduahgate. To the defenders of GEJ, you can kill the messenger, but you can’t kill the message!

  34. Williams

    December 12, 2013 at 9:22 am

    hmmm this one na serious palava oooo….wish fela anikulakpo kuti was still alive to make this so called politicians understand they are all folks of thesame feather… OBJ you’ve also spoken well.

    • rahinat

      December 13, 2013 at 11:55 am

      baba leave Goodluck alo please u have done ur own allow him

  35. Paul Cosmos

    December 12, 2013 at 9:58 am

    Yes na true talk mr. obasanjo talk o, mr. Jonathan no b gud person atall selfishness is too much. God go punish u jonathan

  36. Funmi

    December 12, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    hununununununu A’Oluwa lo le gba ni
    I don’t even know what to sa….my heart bleed for my blessed country.


    December 12, 2013 at 8:28 pm

    All we just have 2 do is pray for our country Nigeria..I believe everything will soon b alright…

  38. Beekay

    December 13, 2013 at 9:15 am

    I would pick Obasanjo over Jonathan any day but I implore everyone to pray for both of them. Our leaders sincerely need our prayers. Some of us don’t know what it takes to lead. Even in our own small families we still fall short of people’s expectations of us. Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. may God grant the president wisdom to lead us right.

  39. adeyinka

    December 13, 2013 at 7:32 pm

    Baba himself GEJ pls do Wat obj say ooo coz u are nt going anywhere for d 10 years

  40. Charless Chirah

    December 19, 2013 at 9:26 pm

    Baba has written to GEJ and I don’t even know why Nigerians are bothering themselves too much over that. This is very simple. First, Baba knows the implications of telling lies about the President. I can tell you that Baba should have made the letter public if he doesn’t have facts and so I believe that almost all the things he said in that letter to be true no matter what majority of Nigerians think. If GEJ knows that Baba is telling lies, let him deny the allegations. In fact, his reply is getting late for comfort.

  41. Sammy

    January 8, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    I love u guys. I want us to focus on ourselves n reflect it on dese leaders if nt, u wont value wt u ve. Above all, dis ll help us 2 value d place of prayers. Dnt 4get as u point ur fingers, odas re pointin 2ward u. Lets pray my fellow great Nigerians. Amen

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