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“The Saviour is Here!” Dele Momodu Congratulates Buhari on APC Primary Win

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Media mogul, Dele Momodu, is super excited about Muhammadu Buhari‘s APC Presidential primary win.

He took to Instagram a few minutes ago, congratulating Buhari on the victory with picture below with inscription: “#ANewNigeria Congratulations Nigerians! The Saviour is here”:

Dele Momodu

 

65 Comments

  1. Changing Faces

    December 11, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    Buhari, saviour? We are really between the devil and the deep blue sea! We need an independent candidate, who’d appeal to the masses! The thought of any of the 2 we have fills my heart with trepidation… Chi zoba anyi

    • ola

      December 11, 2014 at 6:05 pm

      why you no provide yourself as the independent candidate,you lot are just here commenting rubbish on blogs and not participating….

    • Changing Faces

      December 11, 2014 at 6:31 pm

      Perhaps if you paid attention to your history books, you won’t be so misguided. Buhari is now a saviour because GEJ is deemed clueless… how many people have bothered to read up on Buharis reign in the eighties? His many atrocities and wanton disregard of human rights! everyone has forgotten his utterances after last elections and the countless corpers and others that lost their lives in the post election violence! You all think you’d freely come on the Internet and yarn, and get away with it? History serves a purpose, but most won’t research and come to their own conclusions; they’d rather join the bandwagon to chant something they have been purposefully fed! He’s not Nigerias saviour, neither is GEJ… hopefully an independent candidate who enjoys goodwill can join this race!

    • me

      December 12, 2014 at 5:36 am

      Mr Ola Ola, why didn’t you run for presidency too? The fact remains that Nigerians don’t read, Buhari is the worst thing that has ever happened to Nigeria. If he did his job correctly, we would not be here today.

      Like it or not, Jonathan has done way better than all the presidents Nigeria has ever had. Old men should go and sleep, retire and let the young ones grow too. Haba, did they create Nigeria for a selected group?

    • jummai

      December 12, 2014 at 8:18 am

      abi ooo, such a lame comment.

    • Mayowa

      December 11, 2014 at 11:53 pm

      Well said, Changing Faces!

  2. Kola

    December 11, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    Truly Indeed..A great man with high level of consistency, perseverance and commitment. Thats what it takes to rule a country like Nigeria.

  3. KokomanJay

    December 11, 2014 at 6:08 pm

    He is definitely not the saviour, but his presidency will be much better that the joke we presently have occupying the Aso Rock

  4. Dee

    December 11, 2014 at 6:11 pm

    I really think Buhari will make a great President. We need someone like him who is firm and has strong convictions unlike the clueless one

  5. Oluwasegun O

    December 11, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    Even if not a Saviour, we need someone that will be on a rescue mission to safe Nigerians from GEJ. The guy is a definition of Backwardness. taking Nigeria back to the days of NOAH.

  6. Asgrl

    December 11, 2014 at 6:37 pm

    I see some of the comments hailing this man as some sort of maverick and I just shake my head. Anyways, in the democratic process, the people who vote for this man deserve him.

    A sane person would vote based on a proven record of effective governance and a well defined strategy for the future. I see a lot of sentiment for “oh the Nigeria of the past’ which is what has led people to bring this man here again.

    Are we forgetting that this man a former dictator brought in by a coup? Is this who you expect to come in and follow the rule of law and govern in coordination with the senate and other arms of govern,eng? I mean this man used to have “absolute” power and could dissappear you and your family with out hesitation. He’s extremely devisive and has made comments in the past that would appear to deepen the religious war we seem to have going on in Nigeria now.

    He has a horrible record on civil rights. Imprisoning activists and the opposition without due process, muzzling the press. Is this not the same man that was hassling Fela?

    Please tell me what new idea does this man have to contribute at his almost ripe age of 72. These old coots don’t want to hand over power. If at all you so concerned about the future of nigeria, what have you done to train/educate those that came behind you to become better leaders than you.

    Selfish old coot!

    • Eno

      December 11, 2014 at 9:59 pm

      You could not have said it any better, Asgrl. Unfortunately, we are left with making a choice between him and GEJ and that makes me feel sick to the guts and totally helpless.

    • Irritated

      December 11, 2014 at 10:13 pm

      GOD BLESS YOU!!!!. Youve said it all, real old coot! This man is cold blooded. Mumus are here following stupidly like sheep. have they asked themselves why he is so desperate to get into power after loosing twice? What has he done in the meantime to show us he is a worthy candidate? He claims to be able to stop boko haram when he becomes president, why hasnt he done it yet to encourage us to elect him? Does that mean if he looses, insurgency will continue? Questions that Nigerians need to ask themselves.

    • Definitely more Irritated!

      December 11, 2014 at 11:34 pm

      I am strongly against GEJ coming back, Nigeria will suffer desperately but I also understand people’s concerns about Buhari coming back as well, a lot those concerns are sentimental and trivial to me but everybody has a right to choose their leader. However, please please please don’t make senseless comments in airing your position (this is me assuming that you are educated). He should stop terrorism so you can vote for him, really?? In what capacity please? Where will he get the military forces from? His children maybe? What about your command in chief, what has he done with the entire power we gave him? You are not questioning that you are asking someone to stop terrorism so you can vote for him. I am more irritated than you right now.

      That we have our strong political preferences doesn’t mean we should talk carelessly, without stopping to think. Then I see you are calling people mumus, to be honest you are the only mumu I have been able to identify here, please do better as a human being.

    • irritated

      December 12, 2014 at 2:20 pm

      @ Definitely more irritated, you see the problem with people like you is that you just run to BN to comment without doing research. I said he should have stopped BH before being elected because HE PROMISED TO DO SO AFTER HE WAS ELECTED!! Meaning that he thinks he has the means? WHy not do it now? WHy not start making moves or trying to work with the current govt. Abi he is a general himself? Please make sense when you comment and actually know what these people stand for and are promising you. This is the silly mentality and behaviour that is setting us back as a country. YOU act educated and dont come at me without knowing anything. At the end of the day you have not come up with any valid points on why Buhari deserved to win APC primaries. Incase you didnt notice, my argument has mentioned nothing about GEJ, i am not a fan of his. My argument was for APC presenting a better candidate, so please do us all a favor and keep your ignoarant mouth shut! 🙂

    • Kaz

      December 12, 2014 at 5:04 am

      You said it best! Buhari has been selfish oh! He has spent 12 years trying to be president instead of mentoring and sponsoring a younger and more moderate candidate. All the violence and politcal maneuver with party alliances just for one post. 12 years!!!

    • me

      December 12, 2014 at 5:47 am

      You deserve an award. Nigerians amaze me, how can someone even dream of voting in this lunatic…this blood sucking man. GEJ can’t be the best but what comes after has to be better. I still believe he is the best serving president. No one has gone through what he is going through and neither has any achieved what he has achieved.

    • honey

      December 12, 2014 at 8:31 am

      what has he achieved, bikonu? Just name 1.

    • Ada Nnewi

      December 12, 2014 at 10:35 am

      Please outline the achievements of GEJ….the economy is failing, banks are lending to SME’s at 40%, inter bank lending rate is 70%, Import taxes that were raised were done so by the FG to fund SME’s through bank loans. meanwhile no one is looking at were the funds raised from taxes are really going….Business are shutting diown left, right and center due to increased running cost when generating your own electricity takes 70% of your business running cost, yet you are a tax paying citizen of Nigeria. I am not free to tour my country as i would like because if it is not boko haram, one undisciplined police officer can just bundle me off the road and accuse me off crimes i did not commit. The government is banning food imports left, right and centre hence raising the cost of food, meanwhile we cannot generate enough food to feed our people especially as the north where most of our major staples are grown is burning…Since Jonathan’s regime began over 500 females have been kidnapped from their homes and families to be used as sex slaves, suicide bombers etc and the government has done nothing about it….The government is busy supplying arms and funds to militants in the south-south that continue to negatively impact the region… People are loosing jobs left, right and center, companies are turning permanent workers to contract staff because they are trying to cut costs due to the unfavorable economic environment, Fuel prices were increased two years ago for the Government’s subsidy reinvestment programme, where is the programme now…. During the Lagos protests in January 2012, GEJ sent thousands of fully armed soldiers to Lagos to subdue/attack unarmed civilians but these same soldiers are ill-equipped to handle insurgency with the North…..Nigeria cannot continue under GEJ, I want change…BUHARI 2015

  7. Asgrl

    December 11, 2014 at 6:40 pm

    And off course Dele Momodu, the professional sycophant would be the first to start his arse licking campaign to see what crumbs he can get from the table. #Filth!

    • Truth

      December 11, 2014 at 7:46 pm

      Those who never learn from history are doomed to repeat it. It’s a shame that Buhari came up as winner of apc primary, this truely portray the type of party this is. I don’t care for johnathan either, but I rather have him in office than this man. Nigerians learn before it’s too late. I hope a third party candidate, hopefully someone with integrity and morals will come in and run for this office, for I feel that the youth of nigeria are letting these elitist kleptomaniacs run our country. There is no longer there is God or leave it in Gods hands. For once leave it in your own hands by voting correctly, for God helps those who help themselves. Do not let the labors of our heroes past and present (those who wanted a corrupt free nigeria and better lives for all) go in vain. This is our duty to finally let our actions speak and make sure that these kleptocrats know we are tired of playing mug(us). This is your generation, make it stand out and be your own heroe by voting for a better nigeria.

  8. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN. USA

    December 11, 2014 at 6:56 pm

    Fellow Nigerians, think carefully before electing a crazy gap tooted man as president of Nigeria. Remember, This man was once a military head of state who in concert with his deputy abused Nigerians through one of their program (WAI) war against indiscipline. Many Nigerians were bastardized using the Nigerian military and mobile police. Durring these period, late Fela Anikulapo Kuti was jailed for many years. Please, be careful what you wish for. The Devil (Jonathan Ebele Goodluck) you know

  9. qqq

    December 11, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Buhari=Boko haram, after sharing blood (in Pepe voice) hw den can he be our saviour??? tufiakwa!!! God only is our saviour!

  10. ATL's finest

    December 11, 2014 at 7:07 pm

    Well I have been out of that country since I could barely walk. Unfortunately, I can’t keep up with all these parties and political affairs no matter how much I try. However, I wish my fellow Nigerians who participated a great and good luck. . So I will seat this one out &,read comments

  11. oj

    December 11, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    History has thought me that NO human can bring a solution to all of our problems. I remember how people voted for Jonathan. now, the same people are calling him clueless. Only God can save us from the world’s problems and no, He will not use an imperfect human to achieve this.

    • Ola

      December 12, 2014 at 12:00 pm

      Eeya… God actually specializes in using the foolish (imperfect) to confound the wise (seemingly perfect)… we have to call on God to help us but we have to do our part, although i personally believe God is helping us already, we just aren’t doing our part.

  12. Love

    December 11, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    What savior. He is coming back to replenish his empty bank account since Nigeria is his only source of income. What is going to save now that he did not save in the eighties when he ruled.

  13. Sisi

    December 11, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    What saviour? spare me the bs please

  14. Cynthia

    December 11, 2014 at 7:45 pm

    Pls I have a question, pls is there no limit to age that disqualifies a presidential candidate
    Buhari is how old again?

  15. jake ro

    December 11, 2014 at 7:56 pm

    Either way, I cannot believe that some people in nigeria are out here commending and accepting buhari.knowing his history and chances that he has something to do with boko haram, though not yet clear in which manner.But his uttrances over the years supports peoples suspicion about him.nigeria needs a strong leader but, not anything they throw at you in the name ofbuhar i.these people will bring nothing good to your nation .fresh minds are needed who knows how the world works , else it will be business as usual.And if I may ask ola, what do you mean by the other lady commenting nonsense?.wel, if nigeria goes ethnic in this election and not using common sense, wel, that will be road to hell for your nation.cos as you have already experienced, they bring nothing but, backwardness, especially when the leaders are from the northern side of your nation, cos of their stone age ideology.if nigerians cannot go beyond ethnicity and religion when it comes to leadership/ governance wel, to avoid blood shade and unnecessary rancour, just divide the nation , each to his own and do whatever they wish with themselves.grow wise nigeria.

  16. Buhari pikin

    December 11, 2014 at 7:57 pm

    I wish everyone would actually revisit the history books,then at least we would all be better enlightened. Then maybe we would better understand the reason for the coup we blame Buhari for!!!
    This country is a mess, people have been brainwashed to fight each other based on tribe and religion. Even if Buhari is the dictator they say he is,at least things would work in this country!!

    • Truth

      December 11, 2014 at 8:36 pm

      “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, but the illusion of knowledge “- Stephen Hawkins, @buhari pikin smh….

  17. jcsgrl

    December 11, 2014 at 8:25 pm

    The only reason I like Buhari is he is strict and disciplined and hopefully wage war against corruption.
    My cons: he is old, inexperienced in today’s world of governance, and can be quite extreme.
    Why oh why didn’t Fashola go for this?

    • me

      December 12, 2014 at 5:53 am

      Nigerians need to make up their minds. Do you want a Democratic govt or not?

  18. $exyD

    December 11, 2014 at 8:32 pm

    Some people said Buhari will fight corruption bla bla bla
    Will he do it alone?…
    I guess he’ll do the job of Nass, IG, Judiciary and others. Calling Buhari the saviour is like mocking Nigerians cos no man can do it alone and I bet it, this man will not last 5months in a democratic setting.
    As for Dele Momodu, Alatenuje agbaya who eats from wherever favours him at that present moment

  19. VeryAngryNigerian

    December 11, 2014 at 8:57 pm

    Savior ke?….selective memory is a problem in Nigeria… check your history people…CHECKKKKK
    Is Buhari now a born again christian or does he still plan on making Nigeria an Islamic nation?
    The only thing this man can be good for is talking to his boko haram brothers and going after niger-delta militants. After that y’ll go see wen!!!

    After he imposes sharia laws, would non-muslims be exempt? If a non-muslim steals will his hands be cut off?, how are non-muslims protected from this?….. I’m nervous to vote for an un-apologetic religious fundamentalist.

    republicreporters.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Buhari2.jpg
    allafrica.com/stories/200108270355.html
    news24.com/xArchive/Archive/Calls-for-total-Sharia-in-Nigeria-20010827

  20. judiy

    December 11, 2014 at 9:02 pm

    Buhari is not our saviour. Is this not the same man who has promised us time and time again that if he loses at the next election he won’t re-contest? “Yet like Garri he rises” at every election.
    The same buhari who had many criminals sentenced to death under laws that had not been passed at the time their crimes were committed. So it means you can never be sure what the law is.
    Countless cases of flagrant disrespect of human rights under his regime.
    The same man who promised us that blood will flow if he didn’t get elected as president, and yes the blood flowed starting with that of youth corpers who helped in conducting the 2011 elections.
    The same buhari who said on numerous occasions that Nigeria should be islamised.
    I know a lot of Nigerian yoots don’t read but like to swallow the opinion of their peers so that they don’t seem uncool.
    Buhari is not Nigeria’s saviour and will never be.

  21. MiddyO

    December 11, 2014 at 9:28 pm

    #Fasholaforpresident

    • nkyy

      December 12, 2014 at 10:45 am

      Abi ooo. Vote Fashola jor. wish the guy was running men

  22. bey

    December 12, 2014 at 12:55 am

    Happend on this youtube vid. Please lets have your thoughts : youtube.com/watch?v=CuORqAQ4j_o

  23. TONY

    December 12, 2014 at 2:21 am

    DELE Momodu, you called BUHARI your saviour, right? Camelionic yorubas. You are shouting Hosanna today, come tomorrow you will say crucify Buhari. By forming an unholy alliance with these blood suckers from the NORTH you are inviting anarchy. And when the hausas start hunting the yorubas down DELE Momodu and Tinubu will run away again.
    Nigerians should pray that this BUHARI doesnt win because if he does( God Forbid) the SOUTH EAST and SOUTH SOUTH will apply the final solution to this madness of hausa /yoruba born-to-rule mentality.

    • ada nnewi

      December 12, 2014 at 8:17 am

      You are a testimony to the fact that extreme bigotry and tribalism triggers madness,..

  24. oyin

    December 12, 2014 at 2:28 am

    Wow, he needs Nebuchadnezer treatment- serious need of God-smacking, saviour my foot

  25. Political Lord

    December 12, 2014 at 2:28 am

    We r tired of seeing diz same ppl every now n den, plz we nid young mindz n fresh blood. Buhari shld go n rest plz.

  26. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN USA

    December 12, 2014 at 4:53 am

    Soja go, Soja come, Soja go, Soja come. Be careful what you wish for. This is another exsoja mess waiting to happen. Should nigeria elect this crazy man, Remember I warned you of the consequences of doing that. This crazy man will implement a tougher structural adjustment program tougher than what people in Europe were currently kicking against. Then, Nigeria will be on sale to the highest bidders. Our currency will be devalued more than what it is currently. Price of bread, sugar, and flower etc. will be astronomical. far higher than what it is today. Rent too, will go up more than what it is. Life for ordinary Nigerians will be more difficult than it is now. Remember when price of commodities or anything goes up in Nigeria, such prices never comes down again. I am begging you fellow Nigerians, not to vote this crazy man in as president of Nigeria. Because, if you do, You got what you deserve. WHICH WAY NIGERIA. WHICH WAY TO GO. TELL ME? CERTAINLY NOT THE BUHARI WAY.

  27. Ada Ada

    December 12, 2014 at 4:56 am

    It is refreshing to see a diversity of opinion here on BN. Buharians have invaded twitter, fanatically proclaiming him as their messiah and heaping insult on anybody who disagrees with them. Is this a preview of life under Buhari?
    I don’t think Buhari is a secret terrorist but I think this rebranding of the General is so delusional, it is almost comical. How can this dusty relic of a man be paraded as a breath of fresh air??? This divisive, rigid, undiplomatic blast from the past whose only claim to fame is incidentally also his only solution to every problem i.e. “I am not corrupt. I am a good muslim”. Good for you but your reward for that is in heaven not Aso Rock…lol
    What is your vision for Nigeria? A hyperactive DSS? A vindictive EFCC?

    People should stop trying to portray Buhari as something he is not. I would respect Buharians if they will just admit, the best thing that Buhari has going for him is that he is the only alternative APC has given us to end GEJ’s failed experiment at pretending to be presidential. I too would like to see GEJ replaced but when a withering ex-dictator is presented as the way, I wonder are we stepping into the light or back into the darkness.

    Biko, is there a way for Nigerians to reject both options and force both parties to present us with fresh candidates? Maybe we should start a #FreshCandidatesPlease campaign…I don’t care if they postpone the elections.

  28. me

    December 12, 2014 at 5:38 am

    How old are these people praising Buhari? They must be too young to know their history.

  29. Tunde

    December 12, 2014 at 6:07 am

    Lmaoooo All i see is PDP e war dog.. SAI buhari till 2023…

    • Sia

      December 12, 2014 at 6:27 pm

      Its your life Buhari will will be in charge of till 2023, not Nigeria.

  30. Bobo

    December 12, 2014 at 7:34 am

    @Asgrl
    “Are we forgetting that this man a former dictator brought in by a coup?” Coups don’t mean anything in this case. Are we forgetting Murtala Muhammed who is considered a HERO was brought in by a coup?

    “A sane person would vote based on a proven record of effective governance and a well defined strategy for the future” Some proven record: Corruption (Nigeria’s #1 issue) was at its lowest during Buhari’s reign and inflation was low (in 2yrs). Now compare that to 6yrs of GEJ

    You talk about the “religious war” in Nigeria now. Well, there is none. It is all politics.

    Our biggest problems: Corruption and BH insurgency.

    You vote for GEJ, it’s another 4 years of insurgency. Nigeria is broke with only $2bill (from $49bn in 2010) left in your excess crude account. Oil is now so affordable everywhere else in the world except for Nigeria, where we are still having “scarcity.” The government is clueless. Their solution: remove subsidies again instead of reducing their ridiculous spending. (But you wanna talk about selfishness)

    Now, I don’t think Buhari is a savior, but he has a fresh opportunity to be one. As far as I am concerned, he is not the best but he is way better than the only other option…a clueless and corrupt president.

    On second thoughts..Buhari is indeed our savior, he will save us from this useless and clueless president.

  31. Taipan

    December 12, 2014 at 8:46 am

    Mtcheew! saviour @ 75, old gist….

  32. Tosin

    December 12, 2014 at 8:56 am

    better pray for your sins
    cos the gay messiah is coming
    – Rufus Wainwright in Gay Messiah , great song.

  33. Sugar

    December 12, 2014 at 9:02 am

    when you get to a certain age, very little stress shows, especially for the elderly. I saw his picture recently and almost couldn’t recognize him, and he really wants to be president again???

    Since His days (1976) as the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources till date Tunde Idiagbon gave him the little relevance he’s got (WAI).

    I’m not a fan of GEJ either, I just so wish and pray that all goes well and that we also individually see it as our responsibility to take this nation to greater heights

  34. Uche 140

    December 12, 2014 at 9:06 am

    I’m not in support of Buhari but i would like to see him be President to see what he can do. His supporters are saying he would fight corruption, i hope he starts from his party APC and its leaders who are repping Lagos state off and also all the Gov and Senators in APC stealing public funds (they say charity begins at home); then i would believe he is indeed the political Savior. 2015, lets wait and see……….

  35. layo

    December 12, 2014 at 10:33 am

    In truth, no political leader in this country is innocent. They just have different tactics when it comes to leadership and covering their tracks. However,I want us to ask ourselves one question ‘what is our main problem as a people?’

    Search for answers from within, use your family(the smallest unit of socialization) , your neighbourhood,your religious institution, your work place,your educational institution, your social gathering and the nation at large as a case study (what disturbing issue do they have in common?)

    When you find a sincere answer to that question then you can look at each candidate’s antecedent and think of the best man for the job.

  36. nkyy

    December 12, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Major-General Buhari was selected to lead the country by middle and high-ranking military officers after a successful military coup d’etat that overthrew civilian President Shehu Shagari on December 31, 1983. At the time, Buhari was head of the Third Armored Division of Jos.[7] Buhari was appointed Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and Tunde Idiagbon was appointed Chief of General Staff (the de facto No. 2 in the administration). Buhari justified the military’s seizure of power by castigating the civilian government as hopelessly corrupt, and his administration subsequently initiated a public campaign against indiscipline known as “War Against Indiscipline” (WAI). Aspects of this campaign included public humiliation of civil servants who arrived late for work whilst guards were armed with whips to ensure orderly queues at bus stops.[8]

    He also moved to silence critics of his administration, passing decrees curbing press freedoms and allowing for opponents to be detained up to three months without formal charges.[9] He also banned strikes and lockouts by workers[9] and founded Nigeria’s first secret police force, the National Security Organization.[10] His government sentenced popular musician and political critic Fela Kuti to ten years in prison on charges that Amnesty International denounced as fabricated and politically motivated;[11] Kuti was later pardoned and released by Buhari’s successor.[12] In another high-profile incident that sparked a diplomatic incident with Britain, British officials found Umaru Dikko, Shehu Shagari’s former transportation minister drugged in a crate marked for shipment to Lagos.[13]

    According to the BBC, “Buhari’s attempts to re-balance public finances by curbing imports led to many job losses and the closure of businesses.”[14] These losses were accompanied by a rise in prices and a decline in living standards.[14] Some may hold contrary view to this assertion and call it mischievous though,[15] because Buhari is admired by many for his uprightness and stand against corruption. His government is revered for its ability to keep the country afloat by making progress through sheer economic ingenuity even when it rejected IMF loan and refused to adopt IMF conditionalities to devalue the Naira.[16] His government is praised for its gain in reducing inflation by refusing to devalue the nation’s currency, the Nigerian Naira, curbing imports of needless goods, curtailing oil theft and using counter trade policy to barter seized illegally bunkered crude oil for needful goods like machineries, enabling it to export above its OPEC quota.[1]

    The economic principles and political ideology of the Buhari military government is called Buharism by some political and economic writers and speakers.[3][4]

    source: wikipedia
    History says it all. What has changed?

    • Chy

      December 12, 2014 at 11:50 am

      If he can curb corruption and curtail oil theft, he is better than GEJ any day. He will need to stop disrespecting Nigerians though. He cannot plan to threat Nigerians in any way inhumane.
      I want to accept that he is coming back to right the wrongs he did to Nigeria as a military ruler. I want to believe that he has changed and grown to understand you can’t threat people as animals. I want to believe that he understands the full meaning of a DEMOCRATIC COUNTRY and the freedom people of a democratic country enjoys.

  37. nkyy

    December 12, 2014 at 10:42 am

    do we take the good with the bad? we cant have it all my fellow nigerians

  38. belar20

    December 12, 2014 at 10:55 am

    BUHARI ! OBJ SPEAKS ON GMB: “Gen. Muhammadu Buhari is an upright man. Not many people know that his first daughter is married to an Igbo man from Anambra. He exempted Christians from performing duty on Sundays.When his Muslim soldiers asked him to exempt them from duty on Fridays he told them the bible says Christians should rest on the 7th day, the Muslims should show him where the Koran says they should rest on Fridays.”As Head of State he slashed the number of Muslims going on pilgrimage by 50%. His driver and cook for the past 10 years plus are Christians yet some uninformed Nigerians say he is a bigot. It is a pity that some people failed to understand that PDP deliberately capitalised on the gullibility of Nigerians to paint him black.This they did in order to keep their loot and ensure that he never gets the opportunity to send them to jail.How many Nigerians would hold appointment in government as Minister of Petroleum, PTF Chairman and Head of State, yet don’t own a house in Abuja or all over Nigeria. He has only one house and never kept a foreign account.Love him or hate him but you cannot take his integrity away from him.” – OBASANJO FACTS.

    • jake ro

      December 13, 2014 at 9:22 pm

      Belar20———-your comment is really hilarious and shout out ignorance.first , how can you ever tell that he does not have a foreign accout.and having christians as drivers and cooks suddenly qualifies him to be the leader of your nation.i guess nigeria has to fight ignorance first in its population before they qualify to vote

  39. Daizzy

    December 12, 2014 at 11:23 am

    DELE MOMODU KISSING ASSES SINCE 1970! He should be paid full time for his relentlessness kissing of asses!

    • Mz Socially Awkward...

      December 13, 2014 at 11:58 pm

      Dele is relentlessly trying to protect his own backside, given Buhari’s track record with dissenting/critical members of the press. And I’m sure Reno Omokri and what’s-his-face (can’t remember the name of that other GEJ press person) are already planning their exit strategies, in case that happens…

  40. nwabu

    December 12, 2014 at 11:38 am

    One thing I know is that gej is far better than buhari. If buhari goes to aso rock God forbid nigeria will go back to era of real backwardness as u rightly said but wrongly quoting gej. My fellow nigerians. Let us not use our hand and dig our grave. Let us read d handwriting on the wall. God bles Nigeria.

  41. nola

    December 12, 2014 at 12:03 pm

    In that case, I wish all you GEJ supporters, that you will be transformed as GEJ transformed Nigeria….you all must know we are experiencing the worst economy in Nigeria. Buhari has no foreign accounts or houses abroad, Nigeria needs someone with integrity who will discipline all of us ‘me included’ ..This endemic corrupted jungle is in need of a change and Buhari is that change, if you like vote GEJ again and sell the inheritance of your kids to him, Patience, Diezani, Oduah and the rest of them….cant believe these youths, I sincerely hope you lots don’t have your pvc….

  42. clifford

    December 12, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    PALS, it will pay us better to attack issues raised and not contributors coments.
    MOMODU, sorry your BUHARI is not verry selable. the only polishing that may brighten his chances is the choice of a running mate in Fashola. But religious divde will strangulate him
    the coast is even clearer for GEJ.

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