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GEJ Fears Buhari Will Jail Him – Obasanjo

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Olusegun Obasanjo - Bella NaijaJust days after publicly endorsing APC presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, former president of Nigeria Olusegun Obasanjo is making additional controversial statements.

During a meeting with journalists at his Hilltop presidential residence in Abeokuta, Ogun State on Saturday, Obasanjo stated that President Goodluck Jonathan has a grand plan to disrupt the elections because he is scared that if Buhari wins the elections, he may jail him, Punch reports.

“I believe the President’s fear is particularly motivated by whom he sees as his likely successor, that is, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari. I believe people would have been telling him that Buhari is a hard man; he will fight corruption and he (Jonathan) may end up in jail if not in the grave. I think people would have told him that sort of thing and he is not the only one afraid of Buhari,” he said.

Obasanjo also noted that on the other hand, Buhari may have changed his mindset of sending people to jail as a means of fighting corruption.

“If he (Buhari)has not learnt his lessons, he would be probably the most unlearning human being. Now if he has learnt his lessons, he will know that you do not fight corruption by putting people in jail for 200 years. This was done by my predecessor in office, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar. He recovered over $750m from Abacha’s estate without putting anybody in jail and without harming or hurting anybody.

When I took over, we recovered over $1.25bn from the same Abacha without hurting anybody and without harming anybody,” he said.

In addition, Obasanjo remarked that Jonathan was trying to pull a “Gbagbo” by shifting election dates until the odds were in his favour.

“President Jonathan has a grand plan to ensure that he wins the election by hook or crook and if he loses, he scuttles it and brings chaos and confusion in the whole country.

It looks to me that the President is trying to play Laurent Gbagbo. Gbagbo was the former President of Cote d’Ivoire and Gbagbo made sure he postponed the election in his country until he was sure he would win and then allowed the election to take place. He got an inconclusive election in the first ballot and I believe this is the sort of thing Nigeria may fall into if I am right in what I observed as the grand plan.

Then in the run-off, Gbagbo lost with 8 per cent behind (Alassane) Quattara and then refused to hand over. All reasonable persuasion and pleading was rebuffed by him and he unleashed horror in that country until nemesis caught up with him. I believe that we may be seeing the repeat of Gbabgo or what I called Gbagbo saga here in Nigeria, I hope not,” he said.

The former president also alleged that Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Attahiru Jega, was bullied into postponing the elections by “the powers that be.”

Obasanjo also expressed dismay at the fact that Jonathan in his recent media chat, stated that the decision to postpone the elections was made without his consent.

“…it was even made worse when the President in the media chat on the 11th of this month claimed not to have knowledge or not to have authorised it. I get worried, very worried that if the President of Nigeria is not in charge of security, maintenance of law and order and such a decision can be taken behind him, assuming that it is true, then the President must be reigning and not ruling.”

Presidency responds to Obasanjo’s Allegations

In reaction to Obasanjo’s allegations, the presidency on Saturday dismissed his claims, stating that Obasanjo and other unnamed individuals are plotting to thwart the elections and force an unconstitutional Interim National Government, which Obasanjo hopes to head, on the nation.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati, said this in a statement:

We find the false claims and allegations reportedly made against President Goodluck Jonathan by Chief Olusegun Obasanjo on Saturday in Abeokuta very odious and repugnant.

As we have had cause to say before, it is most regrettable indeed that a man like Chief Obasanjo, who should know better, chooses to repeatedly, wantonly, and maliciously impugn the integrity of a sitting President of his country for the primary purpose of self-promotion.

It is obvious from Chief Obasanjo’s serial vituperations against President Jonathan who is doing his best to positively transform Nigeria for the benefit of all of its people that he has willfully chosen to close his eyes to the present administration’s good works and intentions. For reasons best known to him, Chief Obasanjo has set his mind on regime change by fair or foul means.

Otherwise, it would be completely senseless, irrational and out of place for Chief Obasanjo, who still claims to belong to the same party as the President, to accuse President Jonathan of plotting to win the rescheduled presidential elections by ‘hook or crook’ and planning to plunge the nation into crisis if he loses the election.

For the record, President Jonathan has no such intention and will continue to give the greatest possible support to INEC and other relevant federal agencies to ensure that the rescheduled elections are successfully conducted.

Chief Obasanjo’s plot with others within and outside the country to thwart the general elections and foist an unconstitutional Interim National Government, which he hopes to head, on the nation is well known to us, but by the Grace of God Almighty, his odious plan to return to power through the backdoor will fail woefully.

75 Comments

  1. Changing Faces

    February 15, 2015 at 5:54 pm

    And he’d jail you too… how much did you have when you became president? Very vindictive and petty man; everyone is a sinner except YOU

  2. Lili

    February 15, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    Obasanjo pls take several sits behind jor , u’ve become too controversial……Leave GEJ alone as a sitting president lemme ask u wouldn’t u do things in ur favour…
    Nigeria is a work in progress…..
    # Elebanza #

  3. Mr.Classic

    February 15, 2015 at 6:07 pm

    Leave him alone for what?The body language of your President is bad……..Behave more like someone who is aiming towards destruction of Nigeria and he seems to be doing that with pretence…………How can he lie that he was not informed concerning the postponement?……..Come one guys!……What a President?….

    • me

      February 16, 2015 at 1:02 am

      …and you had to like your own comment 380 times, Idleness is a disease. Obasanjo has no locus standing to speak on matters like this, its only little minded people that listen to a power desperate person and refer to him as sensible.

    • Missy J

      February 16, 2015 at 3:45 am

      My dear fear cash when I heard it cause I watched it life abi live. You are contesting in an election and you didn’t know it was postponed??!! Okay let’s say he wasn’t told so Feb 14 he would have matched to cast his vote. It just doesn’t add up. Who knows maybe the reason we suffer some of the ills of this administration is simply cause of GEJ’s negligence to critical state affairs. If at all it’s true then truly our President isn’t ruling but reigning.

  4. Beeeee

    February 15, 2015 at 6:18 pm

    Can this old man go and sit down somewhere already? He was part of the people that plunged Nigeria to where it is today. He isn’t some kind of saint or something. Just a vindictive old man….i understand that he is promoting his book but is his book only about this President? Geeeez

  5. Sacramento

    February 15, 2015 at 6:23 pm

    GEJ should as well be bold enough to lead…… Enough of OBJ’s criticisms. Postponing the elections is to me cowardly…

  6. ada nnewi

    February 15, 2015 at 6:24 pm

    GEJ’s government will go down in history as an utter failure…unfortunately for him in this “internet” era, all his misdeeds are on the web unlike Shagari’s own that was spread by word of mouth and as such easily forgotten…Buhari doesn’t need to jail GEJ, posterity will punish him enough especially when all his sycophants abandon him once he looses…

    • jamar

      February 16, 2015 at 7:59 am

      You are not Ada nnewi. You are Ada borno

  7. nene

    February 15, 2015 at 6:50 pm

    the truth is if buhari wins, a lot of corrupt politicians will flee nigeria. he will not only jail jonathan but all of them.

  8. Victor O. Sawyerr

    February 15, 2015 at 7:25 pm

    Ex-President Obasanjo is fanning the embers of instability with comments like this. However as Nigerian’s feverishly gravitate towards the GMB camp a few objective minds would hope: May we not ever, in our state of depression and despair take a wolf in sheep’s clothings into our homes because we are tired of eating kpanla and desire to eat isiewu. Amen.

    • Benjamin

      February 17, 2015 at 7:28 pm

      God bless you lawyer sawyer. The southwest has began to ride a tiger by associating with a wolf in sheep’s clothing, Muslim fundamentalist disguised as leaders ( Tinubu n Buhari). Furthermore the southwest according to pastor Bakare. does not need the south south, South east, mid west or the middle belt to win this election. Arrogant statements coming from the southwest. We will remember.

  9. chichi

    February 15, 2015 at 7:38 pm

    obj was not a saint no doubt and hes bit upset jonathan dumped him – thats story for another day ignore the messenger acknowledge the message
    Jonathan is clearly desperate particulary that allsion madueke that steals and rubs it in our face, theres nasty cabal that is wiling to ruin our democracy to satisfy there gains
    Also any plans to destablise nigeria will fail in jesus name
    i have gone to school for 15 years one bastard leader can not come and ruin it for me
    over selfish ambiton
    in the case ofa buhari win whic is most likely he wont arrest jonathan must he will deal with allsion and her yeye clique
    GOD BLESS NIGERIA
    SAI BUHARI
    NIGERIA MUST MOVE FORWARD

    • Ab

      February 16, 2015 at 3:28 pm

      No wonder if u have gone to school for fifteen years u should only be about 19! So shut your mouth while your elders are talking!

  10. chichi

    February 15, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    I HAVE ALSO OBSERBED SOME PDP SPONOSRED AUTHORS

  11. NagosBigBoi

    February 15, 2015 at 7:45 pm

    OBJ, in as much as we dey count our fingers every time we shake your hand, we hail you whenever you speak like this to the country. Let us not throw out the baby with the bath water. He has given advice to both sides:
    – to GEJ: as you run for re-election, let the constitution and upliftment of democracy be your Cardinal focus.
    – GMB: if you win, let the constitution and upliftment of democracy be your Cardinal focus.

    On my part, I just worry about GEJ’s disregard of the democratic process. There is a tape that raises doubts about the elections in a state of the federation, yet you do not say that it should be investigated. You dismiss it outright as a forgery. Would it not make more sense if you investigate it and SHOW that it is indeed a forgery? Then arrest those who forged it and try them for their crimes? This way you can start to cast doubt on your opponents future comments. Now people who did not believe it will start wondering: what is he hiding?

  12. amy

    February 15, 2015 at 7:49 pm

    @nene who told u buhari will win… Stop dreaming and wake up to reality…..

  13. Peyton

    February 15, 2015 at 7:56 pm

    What we fail to realise is that Buhari will be a democratic president yeah he can get the EFCC to arrest people but unlike before he cannot keep them in prison They will be out on bail pending the determination of their cases. Prosecution in the courts take time. And the presumption of innocence untill proven guilty is a constitutional right except he intends to remove that right which in any case will prove him to be the dictator that he is. As for Obasanjo I have no words for you some day you will get what is due you. All your shady deals and selling of government owned companies to yourself will be revealed ITT.

  14. missE

    February 15, 2015 at 8:14 pm

    Jail him Y? Dat stupid old man shuld go and sit down dis isn’t military regime, he is full of hypocracy wat as Gej done for him to b against Him, d country he spoilt for 8 yrs? Wat did he do as a president, as for me Obj is d worst president naija will ever have. He is a good for nothing disgustin yoruba monkey! I knew right 4rm d beginning he will neva support Gej cos he is a minority, all U GMB supporters at dis junctn I pray he win ,not becos I wish, but I wanna see what change he can bring in 4 yrs, Gej is workin His enemies r usin terrorism to frustrate Him.

    • kimmy

      February 15, 2015 at 10:00 pm

      Thank you

    • yt

      February 16, 2015 at 3:28 pm

      And you had to display how stupid you are by calling him a yoruba monkey. Must you make everything tribal. With people like you no need to wonder why we can’t seem to get it right in Nigeria

    • babtay

      February 17, 2015 at 12:44 am

      All of una no get sense.

  15. chukwukadibia

    February 15, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    To me buhari is not the change nigeria needs neither is Jonathan.when a candidate that would bring change comes along,we will all feel it…

  16. mywifeisfiiiiiiine

    February 15, 2015 at 8:26 pm

    It is only in Nigeria that a morally corrupt man like Obasanjo can come out boldly to accuse a sitting president of corruption when we all know that he Obasanjo is the greatest thief to ever grace the presidency. Only If GEJ can start his anti corruption stance by jailing OBJ only then will I be satisfied

    • NagosBigBoi

      February 16, 2015 at 12:31 am

      Did you read what you wrote? “If only GEJ can start his anti-corruption…..”. I am glad that we agree that he has not started…….
      Also, dem talk say: it takes a thief to know a thief…….so based on your comment, OBJ and GEJ must know each other very very well.

  17. Ani

    February 15, 2015 at 8:36 pm

    I’m beginning to lose all respect i had for OBJ…what did the daughter call him again?,,,,,a narcissists.

  18. myself

    February 15, 2015 at 8:37 pm

    …..so says the man who, when he was president, tried to sneak in a third term in his own favour!

  19. Fatimah

    February 15, 2015 at 8:42 pm

    For an elder statesman, Obasanjo can be such an agbaya. I can just imagine him chuckling mischievously over all this. Buhari would not jail GEJ. Whatever corruption crusade he is going to carry out would obviously start from his tenure.

    • Iris

      February 15, 2015 at 11:24 pm

      I can imagine him laughing to himself too over a bowl of garri and groundnut. He just runs around feeding flames of unrest everywhere. If Buhari wins, I hope he also gets audited..

  20. richard

    February 15, 2015 at 9:25 pm

    Obj itt can call Gj corrupt, obj want do have when you come out of jail? GOD save you from death and alow you to became president of our dear country nigeria so that you be a shining light to our nation.obj what you to make yourself one richest man in africa and now you open your month to say that Gj is corrupt God will judge obj itt

  21. concerned

    February 15, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    OBJ should realise he’s an elderly statesman and stop running his mouth. If someone wrote a book about all of OBJ’s indiscretions in office, there would be about 10,000 pages. Nobody is denying that GEJ hasn’t been a good president but there isn’t much OBJ has on GEJ either.

    • NagosBigBoi

      February 16, 2015 at 12:26 am

      Abeg I am denying that GEJ has been a good president o!

    • concerned

      February 16, 2015 at 8:49 am

      I said “hasn’t been”

  22. Y

    February 15, 2015 at 9:47 pm

    ‘unlike Shagari’s own that was spread by word of mouth ‘
    What about Buhari’s own? What about the horror called Buhari / Idiagbon regime? Partly spread by word of mouth but the excruciating pain is still felt more than thirty years after. The memory of that regime hurts the head.
    Buhari committed treason when he used arms and ammunition to remove Shagari from power. The punishment for treason is death sentence. Even a terrm of imprisonment (however long) would be a blessing for him; but he’s proudly parading himself as the change. I don’t blame him much though. I know he wouldn’t be this shameless if the greedy Nigerians supporting him told him the truth and placed him where he belongs- at the waste bin of our history.

    • Y

      February 15, 2015 at 9:52 pm

      @ Ada Nnewi. The comment above was in response to Ada Nnewi’s comment.

    • ada nnewi

      February 15, 2015 at 11:07 pm

      Buhari’s iron fist was needed to correct Shagari’s misrule that almost ruined Nigeria economically and structurally…please read your history books not the propaganda spread by GEJ and his cohorts online…

    • Y

      February 16, 2015 at 6:59 am

      Which history books? Do you think I was born two days ago. I experienced Buhari’s regime.
      OBJ’s civilian administration was far worse than Shagari’s 79-83 tenure but no military personnel attempted a coup d’etat under OBJ.
      Nigerians elected Shagari but Buhari forced his way into our lives. And it appears he wants to force his way in again with threats like ‘the dogs and the baboons will be soaked in blood ‘.

    • Bala

      February 16, 2015 at 12:35 am

      No wonder y is yr name, no surname or first name as usual. Yr comment is invalid.

  23. nene+

    February 15, 2015 at 9:50 pm

    Seems an anti kwurupsian supporter borrowed wink ~)my name nene,henceforth my name is nene+.

    OBJ speaking from the abundance of his heart. But as usualy mischievous he replaces his name with GEJ. What a same!

    GEJ go to prison for privatising power or for building alamajiri school?

    OBJ. Thot he would lead Nigeria by proxy but was disappointed Jonathan did not give him that opportunity therefor he want to merge with Tinubu who has succeeded in running lagos from Burdillion and Oriental and Intercontinental hotel, who knows if Buhari wins Nigeria will be controlled from these cardinal locations.

    OBJ actually called GEJ a minority! What a pity!

    So all the attack on him is as a result of his being a minority?

    I wonder why OBJ and all are bitter against GEJ? Me I feel he is jealous of GEJ achievements.

    Pretending to sit on the fence while studying the candidates. History will judge us all.

    Those yelling GEJ is a failure please tell us what you have achieved other than punch your phones and yell.

    Mtcheew even when I can picture some insulting creatures here as efulefu people.

    People who have manners don’t go about insulting not to talk of their president.

    Some will yell back now that GEJ has given me 5k or I work for Jonathan-

    Any one who support GEJ is evil, dishonest, bla bla bla.

    Manners – Zero
    Attitude- wild animal like

    I make bold to say that every hard working human being has been given an opportunity to thrive!

    Or are you one of those ghost workers rooted out? Did you work for NEPA and now sacked, or you are one of those cartel in fertiliser stealing.

    Otherwise GO AND WORK!!!!!!!!!

    Don’t blame your personal laziness on GEJ.

    Get a life for even in America poor people abound!

    The lazy ones are left far behind!!!

    • Hugo

      February 15, 2015 at 10:15 pm

      Some people sha have dust for brains. It’s bad enough that an actual human being in Nigeria believes GEJ has been running a working government. It’s is worse that same human being will try to justify clear ineptitude and crass kleptomania.
      If you support this present government, it’s either you are an incurable ignorant, a thieving sycophant or a hybrid of both.

    • me

      February 16, 2015 at 1:14 am

      Hugo, if you don’t know how to quantify progress, then you will never grow as a person. GEJ has worked harder than any sitting govt, and he has had the most challenging administration. Nothing, and i mean nothing, will stop him from winning. That we are calm and quiet doesn’t mean we don’t have our voters card ready to do the needful. If you all don’t want a Nigeria where we have equal playing grounds, no problem, but we the people will ensure that happens.

      No one, religion or ethnic group owns my country. I will protect it with all i have got, you either do same or watch me do it.

      Have a lovely week.

    • Kilo

      February 16, 2015 at 1:22 am

      You fool! which government support would have made you look better? Human beings…

    • Hugo

      February 16, 2015 at 7:35 am

      @ Me, Please address the issues with the present government and stop this typical diversionary tactics. GEJ has worked harder than who? Do you even live in this country? I won’t bother reeling out the statistics. It’s the sign of a weak argument when all you GEJites do is allude to the fact that the North has been in power for so long and bla bla bla. A minority has been in power for a while now and all we get is bare faced stealing, infrastructure rot, divisive politicking and nepotism at a scale never heard of before in this country. Like someone said, it seems our President is in a mission to balkanize and bankrupt Nigeria even with huge resources earned from high oil sales. You say nothing will stop him from winning…I laugh. You just have to be a political neophyte to make that assertion. The elections are almost at hand. The will of Nigerians will be done. That I can assure you.

    • ada nnewi

      February 15, 2015 at 11:09 pm

      The original nene has been here for over 2 years, long before you showed up….you are actually the one that borrowed her name 😛

    • Tgurl

      February 15, 2015 at 11:26 pm

      Just so you know, Tinubu does not own Intercontinental Hotel, ma!

    • NagosBigBoi

      February 16, 2015 at 1:08 am

      Hi nene+. Congrats on your new and improved name. For a while I thought the comment from just plain nene was from you! I was starting to sing hosanna……but alas my joy was short lived.

      A few things I would like you to consider:
      – GEJ has “privatized” power. Who started the process and laid the framework? OBJ in 2006/2007.
      – OBJ “privatized” telecoms. Who started the process and laid the framework? IBB in 1992.

      As you can see, one administration lays the plans, another executes the plan. Thus, OBJ has a claim on power privatization also.
      The difference between the two privatizations is that in telecoms we saw the benefits immediately (though it was expensive to enjoy). In power, we are still waiting to see the benefits because your main man completely screwed up the execution. His current minister of power has had to move the goal post so many times that now there is no more a goal post.
      All in all, before you say OBJ is jealous of GEJ’s achievements, I would rather you thank him for giving us this opportunity to communicate on BN and for putting the wheels in motion for us to get more reliable power supply.
      Let me leave it at this for now. Have a great week ahead in your dystopian GEJ world.

  24. truenigerian

    February 15, 2015 at 10:13 pm

    Ada nnewi hian! Nnewi people don’t talk like this!

    You are so ill mannered! Apparently you are not from Nnewi.

    Please add some decorum to your language, you are such a disgrace to Ibos. Mind you not because you support APC nor GEJ I don’t care but it’s your behaviour on this blog!

    • ada nnewi

      February 15, 2015 at 11:13 pm

      True Nigerian I beg to differ, speaking the truth does not make me ill-mannered, i’m just blunt and since my bluntness throws out the fact that GEJ is a failure, it incenses you. As a hired voltron if you think I am wrong, then prove me wrong by addressing the issues I raise and not throwing around petty insults like an elementary school child…

    • Hugo

      February 16, 2015 at 7:48 am

      I’m with Ada Nnewi on this one. The level to which this country has sunk leaves a sour taste in the mouth. PDP’s quest to further decimate this country requires bluntness to stand against and if offends the sensibilities of anyone, well so be it.

    • NagosBigBoi

      February 16, 2015 at 12:23 am

      Why bring tribe into this? How do ibos normally behave? I am always amazed at people who only think of tribes……….
      Let me indulge your tribalism: which tribe is she more like? Answer and prove how shallow tribal stereotypes are.
      My dear, you are the change you need!

    • Nauti

      February 16, 2015 at 12:58 am

      @truenigerian; don’t mind the low life. Claiming ibo and enjoying yoruba land. Very ill mannered and irritating.

    • me

      February 16, 2015 at 1:24 am

      I totally agree that she does not sound NNewi. Anyway, while the impersonator is acting here….let me let Ada Nnewi know that Anambra state which is an APGA state is voting PDP for presidency. If you don’t believe me, listen to their adverts.

      People who love their country work together and not against, and that is what Peter Obi and now Obiano are doing. This is where i am largely disappointed in Fashola. From the first day, he has always fought the sitting govt, hence preventing progress. Well, one thing is for sure Fashola, as you are busy, looking into the issues in another’s home, your home is crumbling…Your Oshodi that made you popular has become a robbery checkpoint, so has Ijora and others. Your state roads are a mess on the mainland. You are too busy, building roads for your rich friends ba. You have forgotten that some of us, believed in you and voted for you……Anyways you politicians are just desperate men.

    • Hugo

      February 16, 2015 at 7:52 am

      So fighting the sitting government automatically translates to preventing progress? Chai!! Na so you sense reach… So you’d rather all the state governors fall in line and let the President run the country like his personal fiefdom. People like you are a cancer in this country. Take it however you want, I really DC. So how does one compare Lagos and Rivers who have both been fighting the FG with Anambra and Oando that have been loyal. It really pays to use your brain cells.

  25. Y

    February 15, 2015 at 10:37 pm

    Bella Naija, so OBJ attacked first, you posted it. The FG responded, you ignored it. Now you’re giving us OBJ’S reaction to the FG’s response. And under it you subsumed the FG’S response ( which came earlier ) almost as a footnote. This is not responsible journalism. I expected a lot more from you. Shame!

    NB:I sent this comment long before the other one you published. Bella Naija, I want it actually posted. Please.

  26. Missy J

    February 15, 2015 at 10:51 pm

    Hmmm I don’t understand the comments or maybe this side of the article isn’t detailed enough
    Actually what Baba meant was maybe GEJ has surrounded himself with people who keep lying to him that if Buhari wins Buhari will jail him and that’s why he postponed the election date to a day that will favor him(GEJ). He likened it to that of Gbagbo the former President of Cote d’Ivoire who postponed the election in his country until he sure he would win and allowed it to take place but Oluwa no gree.
    He went further to advise Mr President to stop listening to those creating the phobia of Buhari in him and he also praised him saying he has done well to the best of his abilities.
    Somehow OBJ has the right to be mad at GEJ. During OBJ tenure he said when he left the office after paying most of our debts what we had in our reserves was $67 billion but today the reserve has been depleted to $30billon and that is why naira has been falling against the dollar.
    Lol later we’ll read that Mr President sent Governors to plead with OBJ or Mr President paid OBJ a visit to his Otta farm and trust Baba to dodge the visit.

    • Hugo

      February 16, 2015 at 7:54 am

      Thanks you Missy J. You captured my thoughts. God bless you.

  27. nene+

    February 15, 2015 at 10:54 pm

    Hugo and Ada nnewi can you both respect people for their choices and diverse opinion?

    What makes you think you are supporting a better candidate?

    Do we run a one party politics? Ok we all 180million will vote Buhari. Are you soothed now?

    Phew!!!!Intolerance!!!!!!

    You that is supporting saint Tinubu,Amechi,Atiku and saint Buhari is well informed, not a thieving sycophant!

    Politics of intolerance!!!!!

    Please remain in Tinubus pocket for all I care we. Live in a liberal country! Even Jonathan is even willing to go home when he looses not you and yours who shed blood of baboons and dogs.

    Mtcheeew bitter souls unleashing insults daily on non candidate supporters!

    Bile spitters!!!!

  28. Ms

    February 15, 2015 at 10:56 pm

    can this man quench already and save Nig some peace.

  29. ANONYMOUS

    February 15, 2015 at 11:36 pm

    NA ONLY GOD GO JUDGE PEOPLE LIEK OBJ…AND YOU SAY U LOVE NIGERIA…WHETHER JONA WINS OR NOT ,ONE THING IS CLEAR ,HE DID NOT LET YOU USE ,HIM U FLY THIRD TERM INO WORK ,NAO U DEY FLY INTERIM GOVERNMENT …ONLY GOD GO JUDGE YOU .

  30. ThePsychologist

    February 15, 2015 at 11:37 pm

    Idc, Idc, Idc… Obasanjo has every right to go anywhere and say anything, Baba is one of the bedrocks holding Nigeria in place, so yeah his opinions matter, however, not to sound like an Obasanjo voltron, I will say this; GEJ can rely on his thugs (Reno Omokri and Reuben Abati) to be his mouth piece from now till kingdom comes, but the truth is our president is too passive and submissive. Nigerians need iron hands, not all these sme sme this half-baked Phd holder is doing.

  31. Bala

    February 16, 2015 at 12:20 am

    Obj is now moving towards the right direction. May God open the eyes of those who are still sleeping.

    • fleur

      February 16, 2015 at 6:11 am

      Awww puhleese. None of these people are working in the interest of the masses. I want us to get back to that discussion some day. All this talk is bull. The people that matter are not even part of this elitist conversation. That is why we continue to have BH type things happening in Nigeria. The masses are not being heard and they have no say. OBJ, Buhari, Osibanjo – they dont have to pray for breakfast tomorrow. At the level of poverty in Nigeria, if you aint living it, you cannot possibly understand it. Ibo people have a name for the level of poverty in town now – Uramgbelema!!! Ask a concentrated igbo man to explain it. This is at the dont have shishi kpopuranya level. So, no matter what happens come election day – Jonathan wins or Obasanjo, BUhari and Osibanjo win, the election is still rigged because the masses never had the chance to be on the ballot in the first place.

  32. truenigerian

    February 16, 2015 at 7:05 am

    Ada nnewi is just a tinubu’s and Amechi frustrated concubine somewhere!

    Other wise no sane satisfied Nigerian nnewi girl comes here to insult daily.

    Travelling around to Dubai untill they have messed it up! Now they require you travel alone if you are aged 40.

    Get a life! Get busy, ur employers are the worst failure.

    Start selling akara and Eko! Stop ranting!

    • Ada Nnewi

      February 16, 2015 at 8:21 am

      ROTFLMAO! You’re really a low life!..It must pain you that i’m not a tribal bigot….Only people with low IQ’s can stoop to bigotry….

    • mrs chidukane

      February 16, 2015 at 8:28 am

      Oh shut up, true Nigerian. What do you know about anything? Anyway, I see GEJ supporters /apologists as people who have half a brain and zero eyesight. The half brain is used to believe and spew everything Reno and Doyin cook up and the blind eye prevents them from seeing that this country has fallen apart under their hero. Come on, do you really believe OBJ wants to create an interim government? How will he do that? And GEJ saying election date was changed behind his back is a bare faced lie. That man can lie for Africa. I discovered that when he looked Amanpour in the eye on CNN after she said her Nigerian twitter followers said they wish they had light to watch GEJ’S interview and asked her who said that Nigerians don’t have light? That it is mischievous and wrong. That she should ask any average Nigerian on the streets of Lagos or Abuja if they don’t have steady power supply now. I was so shocked, I almost fainted. CNN is nice sha. If it was me, I would have sent my correspondents to do just that and it would have been to his everlasting shame.

      GEJ has failed. I need someone that can build our economy for the sake of us all that have no plans to migrate.

    • ada nnewi

      February 16, 2015 at 2:54 pm

      Btw I’m a UK citizen so i can get a visa on arrival in Dubai and i don’t even need a visa to get into the US…:p

  33. Teju

    February 16, 2015 at 8:07 am

    This man is beginning to sound like a broken record ooo, brabrabrabra, that is how he sounds. Abeg mr man go seat down jor.

  34. ufuoma

    February 16, 2015 at 8:23 am

    Obj u will never change,cunny and deceitful.iam not suprised at your senseless comments,it ddidnt start today.u come out openly to criticise jonathan then next thing u go to shake him nd bow to himm in public.m still tryna figure out if ur suffering from diarrhoea of the mouth or ur just being plain sensseless.anyways,ur mouth is ur own sso use it.as far as Godd is on d throne,GEJ till 2019

  35. anonymous

    February 16, 2015 at 8:31 am

    @ada Nnewi it rily seems like ur jobless.so u actually come back to reply each comment.i tink ur d low life urself.its just too bad.low iq like u said

    • ada nnewi

      February 16, 2015 at 2:52 pm

      Anonymous and ufuoma are the same person…You people are hilarious! Lmao!

  36. truenigerian

    February 16, 2015 at 9:20 am

    @ Nauti when they said travelling is a part of Education, you refused to show up in. School. Read your books and know current affairs,but you chose to drop out. Now you don’t know that lots of Yorubas are in Rivers,Akwaibom, Delta, Enugu, Abuja, Kano etc.

    If you like continue staying in Lagos subvillages!

    Illiteracy is when you think Yoruba are not free to live in other states. You are a huge disgrace!

  37. truenigerian

    February 16, 2015 at 9:22 am

    Jobless Ada, How market?

  38. Colour Purple

    February 16, 2015 at 10:55 am

    @ true Nigerian, you should change your name because a true Nigerian shouldn’t be a tribal bigot, which you seem to personify. It takes a concubine to recognize another, so check yourself before you wreck yourself. @ Ada Nnewi, keep telling them the truth, if they like they should hug transformer….. As an Nnewi girl myself, I just want to tell you I’m proud of you. Sai Buhari!!!!! 🙂

  39. Zee

    February 16, 2015 at 11:12 am

    This same man that tried to secure a 3rd term via advocating amendment of constitution?
    This same man that jailed his enemies using EFCC?(even though most were corrupt)
    This same Obj that slept with his daughter in law over contract?
    This same Obj that declared public holiday on the day scheduled for Atiku’s hearing..
    This same controlling Obj has the moral guts to have an opinion. Irony
    The corruption GEJ is accused of today was passed down from Obj and his predecessors. He should shut up and face his farm business

  40. TRUTH

    March 10, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    Old Man…………. you will still go to jail !!!. Old thief, most stupid and senseless man, your plans will not work because menisci will carry up with you ooooo. you want to kill BUHARI on sit to get the power back to south west, it will not work cos BUHARI will lose the election, and Goodluck will win (who can cause the one GOD as blessed?).

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