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I Never Owned Property Outside Nigeria…I Don’t Have a Foreign Account – Buhari Allegedly States



A photo caption on Ogun State governor Ibikunle Amosun‘s Facebook page, quotes a statement that APC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari allegedly made about not owning property outside Nigeria and foreign bank accounts.

buhari quote

The caption reads:

I have at least one million naira in my bank, having paid N5.5 million to pick my form from my party. I have around 150 cattle because I am never comfortable without cows. I have a house each in Kaduna, Kano, and Daura which I borrowed money to build. I never had a foreign account since I finished my courses in the USA, India and the UK. I never owned any property outside Nigeria. Never.”
– General Buhari #SIAleekansi #SIAmission2rebulid2015




  1. Rs

    December 13, 2014 at 11:47 pm

    Story for the gods

    • Awoyo

      December 14, 2014 at 12:43 am

      @Rs, you sound like you support Pres. Jonathan, if so, we look forward to also reading what he owns

    • Ashley B

      December 14, 2014 at 12:36 pm

      Well of course let me remind you of what he had pre-election, have u forgotten he had no shoes? let alone 100 cattle!! truth is, all these guys ever do is peddle the empty ”holier than thou” rhetoric!! Meanwhile the true questions n benefits of DEMOCRACY are never asked and never seen! okay come 2020 will you still have 150 Cattle or a 150 million Cattle? SMH!!

    • Mr Walker

      December 14, 2014 at 10:41 pm

      General Buhari has attempted to pull a wool over Nigerians eyes with these assertions and it seems to be working. Nigerians please listen!!! “I have at least one million naira” does NOT mean I have only one million naira. For all we know his “bank” may have billions of naira. That he doesn’t own foreign accounts does NOT mean he doesn’t have domiciliary accounts stashed with hard currencies. Has his wife or wives (don’t know), children e.t.c ever had houses or indeed other forms of property or accounts abroad? Stop being gullible!!! While I disdain Jonathan’s lacklustre performance, I see no reason why Buhari wants to return to power if not for ego trips. His mates world over are retired. Is Nigeria his birth right that he wants to die in power? Must he do what Obasanjo has done? What has he got to offer? Has he ever openly condemned boko haram? Has he ever made a move to combat boko haram (public or private)? Does he still plan to make Nigeria a muslim state? Why does he suddenly believe in democracy after usurping power from a duly elected democratic government? What are his plans for economic reform for Nigeria? I honestly believe Atiku would have made a better candidate. However, with the way things are now, I’m sticking with Jonathan.

    • Anonymous

      June 15, 2015 at 11:06 am

      In all, lets not be deceived by Buhari. My spirit never accepted him anyday and honestly am curious to see him in action. Theres nothing happening these days, i hope its for good. I didnt understand the need to be president at all cost, it was gross. Is he now tired of cattle rearing? Now He has cum up with economy class to britain, like we are supposed to be impressed. Will he maintain this economy class thing, its only gullible people that will fall for that. if he was trying to get on the good side of my conscience, he has totally failed cos this is mere deceit. Who in this whole world will not prefer to seat at the biz class if he had the opportunity to at least stretch his or her legs. Plssssss dey should give us a bring, i for one am getting more irritated by the day. It seems we lack good people to lead us since we now going in circles. May God help us all.

  2. lisnan

    December 13, 2014 at 11:53 pm

    OK O! we have hearing next tori

  3. [email protected]

    December 13, 2014 at 11:57 pm

    Goodluck jonathan let us hear ur own and the rest of the candidates let us hear what u have stolen from Nigeria and want to steal more…I say I still vote Buhari if I was in Nigeria as he is the better of the others!!

  4. femi

    December 14, 2014 at 1:00 am

    This is nothing to boast about. If after all the years he has spent, he could not find anything better than owning cattle like a fulani nomad, he should be ashamed. Owning property or having investments overseas is not necessarily a sign of corruption (although our politicians are guilty), it is what modern people around the world do. Diversify your portfolio to insulate yourself from economic volatility. Buhari does not seem like he has good business acumen. I don’t trust the Nigerian economy in his hands to be frank. Honesty and integrity alone cannot drive industry.

    On the other hand, now I am now very curious to try Buhari’s suya. Kai. I’m sure he can grill up serious suya mehn.

    • Author Unknown

      December 14, 2014 at 4:26 am

      A president does not need good business acumen or university education to “run” a country, Femi. He or she simply has to have a vision, and be intelligent enough to appoint the right advisers in various aspects – education, health, finance, foreign relations etc., to realise that vision. Honesty and Integrity are attributes that help that process. Everything else you wrote, I agree with.

    • Soraya

      December 14, 2014 at 2:31 pm

      Author Uknown, I like your response to Femi but Femi too also made so valid points o

    • Onye

      December 14, 2014 at 9:43 pm

      a leader does not need university education? Only in Nigeria can this happen. Can you imagine Obama, or any Presidents or Prime Minister of countries in non-Afican countries not being highly educated. My dear education is very important for someone to lead a country very well.

    • Author Unknown

      December 15, 2014 at 4:44 am

      @Onye. What has our current president with his claimed PhD done for Nigeria?I have a university degree, and I get how it could be useful, but my point is that it is overrated, and not relevant to one being a good leader. Without getting into deep discussion, please read about Lula Da Silva, and how under his watch, his country became a major player in world economics. It’s not rocket science Onye, it’s about having a vision, wisdom and good intentions. Nigerians also need to pay attention to the type of people they’re appointing to their Senate, House etc. They are supposed to be our voice, and accountable to US. We’re in a democracy, and it seems Nigerians still don’t get how this ish works. By the way, don’t take my comments as necessarily supporting Buhari.

    • faith

      December 14, 2014 at 8:24 am

      Honesty n integrity alone can drive an industry..just add hardwork…u r not a business person dats y u made this comment..

    • ifeanyi

      December 14, 2014 at 8:37 am

      @Femi…As much as I understand your sentiment, I choose to stick with Buhari;s Statement. We should be clear that Public Office does not make someone rich. ‘Corrupt’ Public Officials become rich by stealing and investing and GMB decides otherwise. Funny Enough how Nigerians want to eat their cake and have it.

      Read His Statement well. “…I have no foreign account and I never owned any property outside Nigeria. I have a house each in Kaduna, Kano, and Daura which I borrowed money to build…”

      With this statement you see Integrity and Investment traits at its best. You don’t get to hear Barack Obama owning Houses in Nigeria or President Putin having a GTB Bank Account. Tony Blair does not have a manufacturing plan in Africa and still stays in one house since after leaving public office. Yet in Nigeria, He should be ashamed for not owning foreign properties and accounts and been labelled ‘a bad investment manager. ‘SMH

      Here again…you see Mortgaging at its best…He built three houses in Nigeria on Borrowed Money. Not stolen money…Borrowed money that 90% of people in Developed Countries uses as a financial option to own their own properties. But In Nigeria, you have put 100% cash down to own a house…Nigeria is a funny Country…I think it is in our nature to kill the small thieves while at the same time celebrate the bigger thieves and elect them into Public Office…

      In my own Opinion, This is Nigeria’s Last Chance! With dwindling Oil Prices, People in Lagos, Abuja and PH should not think Boko Haram is a Thing of the ‘NORTH’. With Tompolo acquiring Warships…don’t b surprised if you cannot sleep in your house with two eyes closed.

  5. change

    December 14, 2014 at 1:03 am

    It’s a well known truth that Buhari is not wealthy. Don’t know about the properties…

  6. EllesarisEllendil

    December 14, 2014 at 1:25 am

    Say what you want about the man, but his integrity is impeccable and in my opinion in a country like Nigeria, integrity is the first step we need, the rest can be taught.

  7. LotusFlower

    December 14, 2014 at 2:06 am

    Is this a joke? Telling us that you have “at least” one million tells us nothing. If he was truly trying to be transparent, he would have stated what he had ‘at most’ in his account.

    A billionaire can truthfully state that that he/she has at least 50 thousand Naira in their account.
    Claiming ‘at least’ seems like an attempt to deceive people with words.

  8. Painted

    December 14, 2014 at 2:13 am

    pants on fire.

  9. Zee

    December 14, 2014 at 6:49 am

    Jona no get shoe, Buhari na cattle rearer.. Na so

  10. abdurrauf

    December 14, 2014 at 7:03 am

    Buhari,the only man that can change Nigeria.look at his profile,very clean .

  11. Common sense

    December 14, 2014 at 7:15 am

    Owing property abroad is not a sign of exposure or good acumen. The reason why we Nigerians own property outside the country is to protect ourselves due to the instability of the country. I like the fact that he believes in his country. Nigeria has wealth. What we need right now is someone with integrity that can manage and contain the wealth of the country and not steal it. Someone that wants the country to be better. Someone that can be accountable to the people.

  12. Busarni

    December 14, 2014 at 7:25 am

    Story for amadioha. Not owning a foreign account, houses and borrowing money does not and will not make you a good leader. Buhari, come up with something concrete on how you will move the country forward. How will you manage the economy, unemployment, diversification of economy. As far as I am concerned you are more focused on stopping BH. So after stopping them what next? Sorry, you won’t get my vote; I don’t hate you but my spirit is not just okay with you granpa. Go and tend to your grandchildren, tell them stories about how you thwarted a democratically elected govt; I believe they need you more.

    • ada nnewi

      December 14, 2014 at 1:21 pm

      As usual your comments highlight your questionable reasoning…#sigh#…I will put you in my prayers.


      December 14, 2014 at 5:22 pm

      Whether you are Ada nnewi or Ada oba… I can see you’re Buhari campaign manager… But let it be known to you that you’re oga will never get our votes….from across the niger period!!!!!

    • ada nnewi

      December 14, 2014 at 11:32 pm

      Dear *beautiful* (though I doubt your features actually fit your name by your incoherent outburst), I have taken it upon myself to be one of his unofficial campaign managers :D…#BUHARI 2015#

  13. Busarni

    December 14, 2014 at 7:31 am

    Oga buhari, please owning a property abroad does not mean one is corrupt. I worked hard to get mine, besides there is what is called mortgage. Yes, corrupt govt officials own properties but there are also decent Nigerians like me that worked hard for ours. Go and register for a short course on economics, leadership, management and strategy.

  14. Sweery

    December 14, 2014 at 8:46 am

    This shows he is not greedy, he could have acquired all you mentioned at a tap, people who are not as savvy as he is have millions of dollars. Let’s appreciate people like this when we see them especially in a country where you are appreciated for only what you have.

    • Sandi

      December 14, 2014 at 5:25 pm

      The fact that he is running for office after leaving office 30 years ago shows he’s greedy. Is he the only one capable of turning Nigeria around? Is he the only one with integrity in this country? Why must he present himself after 30 years?
      Maybe he needs an income since he has no money. Jonathan didn’t have shoes o

  15. crystal

    December 14, 2014 at 10:06 am

    The way he is saying it, u would think not owning a house abroad and a foriegn account was a sign of honesty and integrity and pls hw does it show that he is not greedy.. i hope people are not easily deceived and won’t vote for him on account of this cool story.

  16. Truth

    December 14, 2014 at 10:14 am

    Giving buhari benefit of doubt,that he is telling the truth, can he swear that the money in his children and relatives foreign account aren’t his and that he never contributed to them. I know the game politicians play, I regret to say my dad used to help some top Politicians launder money through their children and relatives based abroad. So mr. Buhari tell your story of squeaky clean image to the Gods. If you are telling the truth of not laundering nigeria’s wealth in any way then May You come out the winner, may you never succeed.

  17. The truth

    December 14, 2014 at 10:38 am

    I would be really surprised if anyone took this guy seriously. The 3 statements are glaring blatant lies. Common… We are not children. This is a new way of telling lies (ambiguous statements open to multiple interpretations) that will of course give false hope to gullible Nigerians. May God help us.

  18. @edDREAMZ

    December 14, 2014 at 10:54 am

    But People dey lie shah…..

  19. nikky

    December 14, 2014 at 1:20 pm

    Buhari, is the best candidate we need for now, do not forget that this man was ones in government but he is not so rich like the rest of them, cos in Nigeria ones you re in govt you can never be poor again but a man with integrity will look back, Nigerians its buhari in 2015 or nobody else, that professor of zoology can only rule animals but am not one of them, and I believe you’re not too.

  20. Psalm

    December 14, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    Even Dangote has at least one million naira in his bank account. If you really want to declare your assets do it and stop being cagey.

  21. BlueEyed

    December 14, 2014 at 1:49 pm

    But owning property or foreign accounts does not depict corruption neither does declaring the “absence” of foreign property connote credibility,this man is a joker

  22. AW

    December 14, 2014 at 3:56 pm

    Anybody who has ruled Nigeria before, unsuccessfully I might add, should not rule again including jonathan. If you didn’t get it right the first time, is it now you will? What have you learnt that is new that you are bringing to the table? Abi you forget something for government house? We need fresh blood and fresh ideas, not old rhetorics. Why is it that it is always a particular crop of people we see anytime there is election? Wetin? Are we going to suffer all this indignity until they all die off?

  23. Iris

    December 14, 2014 at 6:46 pm

    Yea…Jonathan had no shoes before he went into politics na. IBB didn’t have anything before he was “president”. In fact, how many of our leaders from LGC to president had anything before they entered? Abegi. Is that how we are to decide who to vote for? Seriously? Besides, if he had remained in power for longer in the eighties would this story still be the case?


    December 14, 2014 at 8:18 pm


    Sadly,80% of Southerners who see this article will not read it!

    Note:This article was not developed to ascribe to the entire Northern Nigeria the selfish antics and machination of a few individuals who belong to the region. It would be unfair to do that. Also, this article was developed not with the intention of causing incitement…

    1. An average Northerner acquires a cheap transistor radio-set in order to gain political awareness
    from broadcasting structures such as BBC (Hausa Service),Radio Nigeria, etc. This practice has made the region the most politically-aware region in Nigeria. On the hand, an average Southerner,typically, acquires expensive Smartphones equipped with FM radio receiving capability.Instead, they would rather listen to inane songs like “Your Waist”, “Skelewu”,“Ginger Your Swagger”, “NoGede”, etc.

    2. Unlike the South, the North understands the importance of numbers in politics. This is why, by all strategic means necessary, the North ensures that they have alarger representation at the National Assembly.

    3. Northerners don’t shout, scream, vent and speak “big grammar” to prove that they are politically intelligent on political programmes on TV and radio. Instead, they shout, scream, vent, kick, punch, taekwondo, etc on the floor of the National Assembly to promote a cause that is in their favour. The reverse is the case for the Southerners.

    4. Southern graduates/job seekers consider the public sector (government institutions) an unfashionable place for employment.Meanwhile, the Northerners massively recruit and entrench themselves into the public sector and manipulate themselves up the ranks. While all these are going on, their southern brothers and sisters spend years languishing in the labour market for the elusive jobs in blue chip organizations. Yet, Southerners complain of marginalization in the public sector.

    5. For some weird reasons, the South is always frightened when the North make political pronouncements. Even weirder – for some inexplicable reasons, Senators and House of Representative members from the South appear to be too timid to oppose their northern counterparts during legislative sessions.

    6. According to the gospel of the North – the Northerners were born to rule. That is, leadership (of Nigeria) is their exclusive preserve. By extension, the Southerners were born to be led! Interestingly, certain actions of some Southerners support this belief.

    7. The North has more (unrated) billionaires(in Dollars) than any region in Nigeria. For instance, a certain Alhaji Mai Deribe (an oil well licensee)would certainly laugh each time Forbes releases its ratings and his name is not listed.

    8. The North doesn’t produce crude oil, but the Northern Senators had the temerity to oppose the 10% host community funds. The Southern legislators find nothing wrong in that, so long as it doesn’t affect their “constituency allowances”.

    Statistical absurdity of the grandest order is stating that Kano is more populous than Lagos! Dear friends, even science have proved from simple demographic distribution patterns across the globe that population increases as we move from the hinterland (desert/Savannah region) to the coast– but in the case of Nigeria, the North which lies in the arid zone, is more populous than the South – by a deviously doctored census report.

    10. The North have ruled the country legally(democratically) and illegally (military) for 37 out of the 53 years. The South is very comfortable with this inequality.


    December 14, 2014 at 8:19 pm

    10. The North have ruled the country legally(democratically) and illegally (military) for 37 out of the 53 years. The South is very comfortable with this inequality.

    11. The North is the chief proponent of the“quota system” and “federal character” principle – a system that was crafted to sacrifice merit on the altar of “national oneness”. In simple terms, even themost unqualified gets a slot in sensitive national projects.

    12. Northern law-makers at the National Assembly- typically – rally amongst themselves to promote legislations that favours their region (e.g. pedophilic laws). Southern law-makers typically rally amongst themselves to promote legislations that will increase their salaries and constituency allowances.

    13. To the Northerners – the census exercise is not just a statistical evaluation exercise. Instead, it is considered a key political exercise. Meanwhile, the Southern folks see census exercise as a temporal job opportunity for its largely unemployed undergraduates. In the words of Chief Festus Odimegwu (recently resigned Chairman of National Population Commission) “There has been no credible census in the country since 1816 because of manipulations”, Punch Newspaper, 18 October 2013.

    14. When it comes to regional unity – religion,politics and language are the common uniting factor for the North. Southerners(especially the South-Easterners) are never united for any course. (Oh, well, Soccer sometimes offers some measure of unity among the Southerners!).

    15. The North is the region with the least education, least resources, least development and pervasive poverty – yet, they have ruled Nigeria for 37 years out of the nation’s 53 years of independence.

    16. Only the North understands the logic behind establishing a national refinery (the Kaduna refinery) thousands of kilometers away from the point of extraction of crude oil.

    17. When it concerns the north, a new standard is always invented. For else, how does one explain how Sani Abacha – a near-midget –escaping the “standard height” rule of the military. Even, rising to be president.

    18. The North conceived and sold the “Boko Haram” concept as a pointer to the fact that the South is incapable of ruling the country. The South has wholesomely bought the idea. “Yes, automatically Boko Haram will disappear if the north gets the presidency by 2015. I am sure”. Excerpt from the interview granted by Lawal Keita (2nd Republic Governor of Kaduna State) to the News magazine (October 2013)

    19. An “instant enemy” of the northern region is any appointed public officer (especially a female one) from the south who has the temerity to oppose their common cause. Or, one that is standing as a clog in their continued dominance in the Oil & Gas/public sector. Some southerners gleefully and ignorantly join in the attack on some of these public officials.

    20. Poverty, ignorance, lack of education,religious bigotry and fanaticism, etc are some very powerful tools needed to effectively manipulate/control people. The Northern oligarchy is very aware of this. Hence, their manipulation of the masses in the north (using these tools) for their selfish interest.


    December 14, 2014 at 8:20 pm

    21. Of all the regions, the North is the least supportive of resource control, Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB), and the entrenchment of true federalism. The South finds nothing suspicious in that.

    22. It is unbelievable to believe that some WISEMEN (in a certain political party) from the South were party to a bizarre arrangement for “power shift” or “power rotation” between the North and the South – when, clearly, the south is home to 2 major ethnic groups and – by far – more ethnic groups than the north.

    23. The North offers the most opposition to the privatization of public (government) institutions. Opposition to privatization is principally to prevent the likely disengagement of their largely unqualified members. (BTW, till date, some people still earn salaries of close to N1m monthly from the comatose NITEL. Now guess what region most of these people are from? Note:This fact is verifiable.)

    24. The South produces the crude oil (Nigeria’s economic mainstay). However, amongst the regions, the North owns majority of the oil blocks, oil prospecting (OPL) and oil mining (OML) licenses.

    25. Northern leaders (political and religious)have never come out, unanimously, to publicly condemn the menace of Boko Haram. Southern leaders (political and religious) that publicly condemn the methods of Boko Haram attract criticisms and are described as self-seeking or seeking attention/relevance.

    26. Political power means just one thing to the North – control of the nation’s economic mainstay (Petroleum resources). Little wonder they are vehemently opposed to the implementation of the Petroleum Industry Bill (PIB).

    27. While the north was too busy attacking some Federal Ministers from the South for “ineptitude”, they failed to notice the atrocities of Northern Ministers who were on a mission to inflict callous disparity within the sectors they were meant to oversee.

    Please, kindly check out the bizarre disparity in cut off points (quota admission) into the 104 Federal Government Colleges (FGCs) aka “Unity Schools”. It was published in January,2013, by the Federal Ministry of Education under the careful supervision of Prof. Ruqayyah Ahmed Rufa’i – a “once upon a time” Minister of Education from the North. Note the disparity between cut off point for southern and northern students.

    · Abia Male(130) Female (130)
    · AkwaIbom Male(123), Female (123)
    · Anambra Male(139) Female (139)
    · Benue Male (111), Female (111)
    · Bayelsa Male (72), Female (72)
    · CrossRivers Male (97), Female (97)
    · Delta Male (131), Female (131)
    · Ebonyi Male (112), Female (112)
    · Edo Male (127), Female (127)
    · Ekiti Male (119), Female (119)
    · Enugu Male (134), Female (1340
    · Imo Male 9138), Female (138)
    · Kogi Male (119), Female (119)
    · Kwara Male (123), Female (123)
    · Lagos Male (133), Female (133)
    · Ogun Male (131), Female (131)
    · Ondo Male (126), Female (126)
    · Rivers Male (118), Female (118)
    · Osun Male (127), Female (127)
    · Oyo Male (127), Female (127)
    · Plateau Male (97), Female (97)
    · Yobe Male (20), Female (27)
    · FCTAbuja Male (90), Female (90)
    · Kaduna Male (91), Female (91)
    · Nasarawa Male (58), Female 58)
    · Niger Male (93), Female (93)
    · Kano Male (67), Female (67)
    · Katsina Male (60), Female (60)
    · Adamawa Male (62) Female (62)
    · Borno Male (45), Female (45)
    · Gombe Male (58), Female (58)
    · Jigawa Male(44), Female (44)
    · Bauchi Male (35), Female (35)
    · Kebbi Male (9), Female (20)
    · Sokoto Male (9), Female (13)
    · Taraba Male (3), Female (11)
    · Zamfara Male (4), Female (2)

    28. Contrary to the general belief – the biggest unifying factor in Nigeria is not football , but “Crude Oil”. Now note this: The very moment crude oil (in significant commercial quantity) is discovered in the North, that day will mark the beginning of the North’s agitation for a breakaway from the entity called Nigeria.

    29. The Nigerian constitution was deliberately flawed and crafted to benefit the North.

    30. Strangely, for a nation with vastly more ethic nationalities situated in the South, it is rather suspicious that Nigeria is divided along just regional lines – The North and the South. Now, of course,we all know which region this strange dichotomy favours.

    31. The North is the region with the least education, least resources, least development and pervasive poverty – yet, they claim rulership of the nation by right (the “Born to rule” philosophy). In other words, the north must maintain all the undeserved advantages handed them by the British colonial masters and fortified by the North-controlled military political class between 1960 and 1999.

    32. In the thinking of a typical Northerner, Arewa Northern Nigeria (not Nigeria) won the Nigerian civil war.

    33. In defending a northern interest, if political logic fails, then religious antics and sentiments are stirred up by the Northerner leaders.

    The relocation of the nation’s capital from Lagos to Abuja was a deliberate plan of the Northern oligarchy (using the military) to situate the nation’s seat of power at the door-step of the Northerners. They, cleverly, gave Nigerians and the world the impression that everything was irreparably wrong with Lagos as the capital, and that to correct the impression, the capital would need to be situated in the heart of the northern region of Nigeria. To fulfill this arrangement – and give the relocation project an unbiased outlook – reputable Southerners (e.g. Late Justice Akinola Aguda and Tai Solarin) were recruited into the panel set up by the northern oligarchy.

    “This new Nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grandfather, Uthman Dan Fodio. We must RUTHLESSLY prevent a change of power. We use the minorities in the north as willing tools, and the South, as conquered territory and never allow them to rule over us, and never allow them to have control over the future.” Sir Ahmadu Bello, Sardauna of Sokoto & Premier of Northern Region: The Parrot newspaper, October 12, 1960.

    Now, who is the real fool here?

    As the general elections draw closer, Do not hesitate to remember these words…”We must end the born to rule mentality of the north”

  27. Nma

    December 14, 2014 at 11:30 pm

    Next year will know
    Even though won’t be around

  28. Common sense

    December 15, 2014 at 1:49 am

    You’re all wasting your time commenting on here. Sadly, all your comments don’t mean jack if you haven’t got your voters card. I’m pretty sure most of you on here haven’t got one. Kindly make the effort to get one and then vote for the right person.

  29. Lilian

    December 15, 2014 at 5:07 am

    Dis aboki, boko haram sponsor is a big liar.

  30. stand up for justice

    December 15, 2014 at 8:52 am


    • Lmao

      December 15, 2014 at 4:07 pm

      Nice try Ada Nnewi. bye girl

  31. Chinny

    December 15, 2014 at 9:22 am

    Are these politicians really gonna resort to “Stories that touches the heart” in order to win elections?!!! This is same way someone told us he had “no shoes”….which made us take the wrong wrong decision. #WeSay No To Selfpity!!!!!!

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