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Lagbaja Blasts Doyin Okupe | Says We Have a “Deceitful & Visionless Government”



Lagbaja and Okupe

Renowned Nigerian musician, Lagbaja, unhappy about some comments Doyin Okupe made about the Nigerian economy’s inability to support the purchase of brand new trains.

During an interview with Sahara TV, Okupe stated on why despite being the largest economy in Nigeria, the country can’t afford to have new trains. “Forget it. We are not America. You cannot have brand new trains because the economy cannot support that,” he said

Here’s the video of the interview in case you missed it:

Lagbaja took to his Facebook page to express his displeasure at Okupe’s statements:

Deceitful and Visionless Government

Did you hear the latest from Doyin Okupe?
Did he really insist that our economy cannot support new trains?
At last …it should be clear to doubting Thomases
That this government has been lying about its achievements
Now, finally, they have unwittingly admitted that their great railway
Is a fraud based on outdated and archaic equipment

His declaration is also clear proof that this government
Has no business remaining in power
They are incurably deceitful… and
They have no idea how to make great things happen
Soon they will lecture us about how Nigeria is too backward
For steady electric power

They do not know how to run a Nation in today’s world
Please… just leave and make space for those who know

Many may be too young to remember that
Senate President David Mark also once insisted
That mobile phones are not meant for everyone
But only for a privileged few

Should we continue to be retrogressed by their lack of vision?

But why does this government lie so blatantly?
It is simply because they believe that YOU are a fool!
They believe that YOU are unenlightened and unexposed
That YOU are unintelligent, daft and do not know any better

It is time to take control of YOUR own life
True we are not America.. but
Algeria has high speed rail
South Africa has high speed rail
Libya is building
Why not Nigeria… the biggest economy in Africa?
Or is “the biggest economy” another lie?
Mumu enough!


  1. straight

    March 12, 2015 at 8:05 am

    Such an intelligent statement…it’s high time jonathan packs his bags!..visionless govt indeed

    • Shao

      March 12, 2015 at 9:28 pm

      Example of developed countries that use second hand trains…. Manchester in GB is getting a new wave of second hand trains between 2014-2016.

  2. Steve

    March 12, 2015 at 8:36 am

    Watch PDP and Incompetent GEJ supporters come accuse Lagabja of collecting money from APC… Just give them some few minutes or maybe hours, they would all come accusing him shortly.

  3. Miss lu

    March 12, 2015 at 9:22 am

    Lol last time i checked apc supporters were always the ones accusing people of collecting money from Jonathan. Please read Jonathan’s speech during the youth forum and see if we have a vision less president. Misinformed people sit in their homes throwing stones just cos they don’t understand economics of today. The dollar issue is something most African countries are experiencing now nt only Nigeria! A Dollar is 600 francs Cfa ( Cemac region) as compared to the 450 francs Cfa it used to be a few months ago. I don’t know why Nigerians are quick to throw stones without understanding economics. There has been so much development during Jonathan’s tenure and I must repeat that the only part which he failed was the manner in which he handled te boko haram situation. However he has realized his mistakes and is working towards correcting them. Buhari is the Visionless candidate! Can u explain to me any of his open speeches in which he layed out his plans on how the Nigerian economy can be brought out of the situation in which it is right now? No! He only keeps talking about insecurity insecurity! All countries in the world are facing the problem of insecurity. The Isis people are just doing as much as boko haram and it wouldn’t take a day neither would it take a month to eradicate them. Anyways all I can say is Nigerians vote wisely.

    • Steve

      March 12, 2015 at 10:01 am

      Why did GEJ ignore the cry of the people with the level of insecurity in the country? How come he suddenly sees it as a priority now that he is up for re-election….I would assume your suggestion is that GEJ doesn’t listen to the cries of the people and decides by himself what the people need. Which explains his ignoring the cries of the people from the beginning about Boko haram… The point being that something has to threaten his hold on power before he takes it up as a priority, even if it means destabilizing everything, having his watchdogs go on an embarrassing ranting rage (distributing falsehood and embarrassing press release every hour).

    • Taiwo

      March 12, 2015 at 10:46 am

      I can bet you typed all this epistle from you generator powered laptop/Phone

    • Derry

      March 12, 2015 at 11:23 am


    • Economist

      March 12, 2015 at 11:53 am

      You definitely do not understand economics!

      Why would the Naira not suffer?
      What happend to the income generated when crude was on a high of about $100 per barrel.? Zero savings and squander!
      Our reserves are at a record low. It can barely cover imports of between 4-5 months. Government in unable to meet its subsidy obligations after dropping the pump price of petrol.
      Fiscal and monetary positions are a mess!
      S&P states that the Nigerian ecomony is in clear danger

      You come here and talk about people not understanding economics!!!

    • Angie...

      March 12, 2015 at 1:56 pm

      Na wa o….so we have started basing our economic indices on what is going on in Cotonou side abi….I hope you know that they have cfa50,000 notes and that is why you can buy a whole car with currency in your pocket…..God forbid we go down to that level before GEJ and his cohorts leave….

    • taiwo

      March 20, 2015 at 6:58 pm

      A failure will always have excuses for his or her inability to perform to expectation. At least you are able to identify that your master GEJ did not handle the security situation in the right manner. In a civilize nation, that is enough for him to go home and rest. If you have not heard Buhari’s detail plan on how he would tackle the problems confronting Nigeria, you must have been on holiday in another planet, and probably just arrived now.

  4. Cynthia

    March 12, 2015 at 9:28 am

    Buying second hand trains, putting lives and properties at risk and he is claiming transformation……GEJ needs more time to give second-hand electricity and third-hand economy. He has indeed given a new meaning to the word Transformation – SecondHand

    • Shao

      March 12, 2015 at 9:02 pm

      wow so all this talk is about second hand trains? Are u for real? There is nothing wrong in second hand trains. I have lived in different countries that would not be considered first world and yes they have second hand trains….that is not an issue at all. Hospitals in some “1st world” countries use second hand bleeps from other countries for instance but nooooooo NIGERIANS and our typical “I am a big boy” proud mentality don’t think they should ride in second hand trains?? I support the government no need for new trains Abeg especially since all these is new to us and we are still too uncivilised not to vandalise and destroy government property.

      We are not rich enough to afford new trains that would anyway be destroyed in 1 month. We can prioritise by getting cheaper equally good second hand trains.

      Cut your coat according to you material jere. We are still a 3rd world country ohhhhh. Shiooo

    • molarah

      March 13, 2015 at 6:34 pm

      It’s not just the fact that the trains are second-hand. It’s the fact that they are still primarily locomotive-style (I forget the actual ones) in technology as opposed to the high-speed rail lines obtainable in cities like London and Dubai.

      And have you seen Nigeria’s GDP figures? They don’t say third-world, at all. It’s her leaders that want to keep her in the third world. We have WAY too much as a country in terms of resources to be comfortable with third-world status.

  5. mrs chidukane

    March 12, 2015 at 9:35 am

    Fiyah them,Lagbaja Fiyah them! You have said it all. So all this railway talk is based on second hand trains? Ikuku efeela, a hu go ike okuko maka n’okuko anaghi eyi peteri,lol. Its alright. The line that killed me is “or is the biggest economy another lie?”

    OAN, one would think that GEJ would have fired this Doyin because he keeps embarrassing his Government with his unguarded speech and action.

    • erm...

      March 12, 2015 at 11:58 am

      as in! this our title as “biggest economy in Africa” sounds and feels like a huge sham. but then, biggest doesnt necessarily mean most effective. d tin just dey big dey go, shikena!

  6. Miss lu

    March 12, 2015 at 9:38 am

    On the issue of the trains. Was there any efficient railway system which existed before now? The train system has been neglected for the past how many years!!! Now uncle jona has tried and revived it and Instead of commending the government for that people are insulting him! Which African economy has an effective railway system if I may ask? Please people should keep sentiments aside and give credit where credit should be given!

    • .........................

      March 12, 2015 at 10:00 am

      Well Aunty Lu, which other government has been in power asides the PDP…..

    • Miss Lu

      March 12, 2015 at 11:20 am

      Pdp is not Jonathan. The people who were in power during obasanjo’s regime are not the same people now. Jonathan should be given credit for what has happened under his regime and not the pdp that has been ruling for 16 years cos it’s not the same government! And please even virgin trains in the uk are second hand trains! Do your research well before talking. The airplanes which airfrance uses were manufactured in the 90’s yet they r renovated and being used till today! Hardly do U ever hear of any crash from air France! People r so quick to judge! How many aircrafts do u think are bought brand new? Same applies to the trains! All that matters is the maintenance! Abeg am tired of arguing with brain lost and damaged people! I am a very successful entrepreneur and I look at life from a realistic point of view!

    • Oluwaseun

      March 12, 2015 at 10:41 am

      Aunty Lu, there have been trains plying Lagos for as long as i can remember. More so, how economically/environmentally viable and efficient is this GEJ’s so calls train? How many people use it? It’s a waste of resources. We shouldn’t be creating more problems to solve a few problems like GEJ has done. In this day and age of fast moving electric trains and with Nigeria’s exploding population and economy and also with the need for people to move around efficiently, you are boasting of locomotive engine trains? I JUST CAN’T DEAL!

    • .....

      March 12, 2015 at 11:58 am

      Ma bi nu Aunty Lu, Nigeria is a place where machinery and structures are left to depreciate really quickly, and then sold off to the nearest bidder(Try researching on the Equipments used by the Nigerian Textiles). No one is arguing on the right and wrong of buying second hand goods, but even you to know that there is tokunbo and there is tokunbo.
      Is it until lives are lost, then they will now start setting up one committee to investigate only for them to realise it was their second hand trains,
      And by the way PDP is Jonathan as jonathan is pdp (There are no names on ballot papers

    • erm...

      March 12, 2015 at 11:54 am

      i think Lagbaja answered that already. Algeria and South Africa. Feel free to research for more.

  7. Organics by MelVee

    March 12, 2015 at 9:45 am

    God bless you Lagbaja! It is sad the level of retrogression the GEJ lead govt is sinking Nigeria into. The economy cannot support new trains but it can support 11 private jets for GEJ abi? I weep for my country!

    • Tkum

      March 13, 2015 at 11:02 am

      are the jets brand new?…not supporting, but please did you do researches to confirm if there are brand new!

  8. Joliebebe

    March 12, 2015 at 10:08 am

    Let truth be told. All adverts on new and efficient trains are mere propagandas.
    After watching the so called adverts, I was happy that I could go to Ibadan without the stress of driving down. I actually told my sister to pick me up from the train station in Dugbe.
    Low and behold…I went to Iddo to make my bookings. I was terribly shocked!!! Filthy environment, dirty trains….yes they could be cleaned up…..but more shocked was I when I learnt that the journey to Ibadan was going to be 5 hours….if they don’t have issues on the road niyen o.
    Hmm…with the normal issues on the road…I may spend about 9 hours going to Ibadan by the acclaimed new and fast GEJjy-refurbished trains.
    Sure you can remember the pictures of the newly GEJjy-refurbished airports as posted by Dele Momodu recently.
    Instead of thinking Lagbaja or Tamedun has been paid by APC or whichever party to bad-mouth GEJ’s government, why not take a step by checking out these refurbished amenities yourselves to mention but a few of their many failures.
    Failures >Successes in 6 years….Shior!!!!!!!

  9. prince

    March 12, 2015 at 10:32 am

    Doyin Okupe is just another idiot and clueless person that YOU and I put there to insult our intelligence. and its high time YOU get them out of office. How much is a brand new train that this idiot will come out and insult us and rub our faces in the mud.

    I know some people will still mostly youth like me will still say GEJ is working because of sentiments, but deep down inside you, you know cos the worst person you can lie to is YOURSELF. if you’ve sold your future, please don’t sell your childrens’

    • Shao

      March 12, 2015 at 9:13 pm

      Unfortunately a lot of us are ignorant so I don’t have much hope for future nigeria. THERE IS NOTHING WRONG IN SECOND HAND TRAINS OHHHHH!!! We are not the first country to use 2nd hand trains or planes etc. New trains are a misplaced priority ohh!!!
      NIGERIANS would buy big Mercedes but won’t have money to pay rent…..we are typically roud people who don’t know how to prioritise.

  10. nene+

    March 12, 2015 at 10:37 am

    Mr Lagbaja weldone on your blast but what do you have to say on Lagos Fashola’s abandoned mono rail project after 8 years of Fashola amidst heavy indebtedness?????

    If i where Doyin Okupe, i will explain that speed trains all over the world is very expensive, travelling in the UK you will bear me witness is not cheap. I will explain that our immediate need is not the latest coaches even tho we will consider that in the future when their is market for it. Of what use is it acquiring a train that cost N27,000 equivalent of 99 British Pounds to travel from Oshogbo to Benin, or from Asaba to Lagos which is equivalent to travelling from Manchester or Dundee to Kings cross or Regent park in London. or pay even 20 pounds from Ajah to VI? or from Ojodu Berger to VI.

    Can i pay even N5,000 daily i.e about 20 Pounds (GBP) to work daily when my salary is less than $6,000 my response is NO. At most i take a Taxi for N1,500 Nigerian Naira. Talkless of students,traders,apprentices,artisan,applicants,aged,job hunters,retired,children etc

    Please allow people whose salaries are far less than a N 50,000 pay their normal N300-N500 to their destinations which is even considered expensive.

    India still use locomotives. Brand new speed trains is not an urgent need in Nigeria. The one i saw Mercy Johnson in is clean and i can travel in it.

    Every body criticize Federal Government but are dead afraid to criticize Tinubu for the fear of their life.

    Its understandable Mr Lagbaja you have to be safe.

    Barrister Ebun Olu-Adegboruwa a human rights lawyer took Lagos State – Tinubu over the Lekki -Ikoyi bridge and narrowly escaped being assassinated in his private home.

    He has since been advised to be silent!

    Mind you this does not only happen in Lagos state alone but nation wide!

    Its easier to insult GEJ than a Local Government Chairman all over the State

    Bless you GEJ for giving us freedom of speech.

    God bless Nigeria.

    • Archy Naija

      March 12, 2015 at 12:39 pm

      Please your points are not logical and valid for the defense of your ‘beloved GEJ’. Since 1999, freedom of speech had been promoted not by GEJ. By the way, this 2015, internet encourages freedom of speech not GEJ.

    • Wagamama

      March 12, 2015 at 1:45 pm

      THANK YOU!!!!! I never seem to understand it when people say GEJ’s administration promotes freedom of speech. HOW? WHEN? WHERE? ABEGI!



    • molarah

      March 13, 2015 at 6:38 pm

      Excuse you? What abandoned project? Better open your eyes while you are moving around Lagos. The rail project is very much in progress.

      And its not an 8-yr project – it started off around 2009-10.

  11. fiona

    March 12, 2015 at 11:02 am

    Jonathan is no doubt a dicatator!!! I cant shout it enough…The appointment of Obanikoro yesterday just confirmed it

    • Mewe

      March 12, 2015 at 12:44 pm

      Dictator? Is he now in the senate… call a dog a bad name to hang it!

  12. sylvia

    March 12, 2015 at 11:06 am

    Well said….The masses often times settles for little and forgot the basic things are their right and not an opportunity or luxury but a compulsory human need and discontinue giving praises to leaders giving us crumbs from the table…. I saw one of those trains sorry locomotion at the southern region and I was almost reduced to tears, my thought afterwards was…..can Jonathan or any high profile leader or even their children embark on this as a means of transportation?
    Don’t we deserve to have same standards as that of new york , dubia or south africa or are we less human being compare to the folks over there.
    Anything, product or service unfit for Jonathan or anyone in abuja political arena is definitely not fit for any other Nigerian.
    The problem is our leaders failed to understand that most Nigerians are vocally loud now and will use any medium to dismiss their wrong doing and tell them they are unfit for purpose. NOT everyone is a butt licker or money hungry soul to say black is grey once monetary value exchange hands.
    The suffering of masses increase daily yet some people in power are busy building up financial securities for their great grandchildren yet unborn or their 10th generations and others suffer to put food on their table on daily basis. how long will this foolishness continue to unfold.

  13. buqui

    March 12, 2015 at 11:20 am

    i laff at ur comments aunty Lu…give credit indeed….u and ur likes are one of the problems of this nation.

  14. Miss Lu

    March 12, 2015 at 11:25 am

    But Mercy Johnson put up a picture of herself on the train and the train looked very comfortable and well presented so I don’t get your comment Sylvia

    • Angie...

      March 12, 2015 at 2:05 pm

      Mercy Johnson was on the campaign trail. Why don’t you make out time yourself to visit Iddo Terminus and tell me if you will find that type of train there….. I often see trains pass by when I am driving around Jibowu, Agege etc and I have never seen those decent looking ones they use in the campaign propaganda!!!

  15. BB

    March 12, 2015 at 11:25 am

    I thought Lagbaja would have also alluded to the fact that a nation that can’t afford modern trains according to Okupe gospel can nevertheless afford to buy the latest private jets for the presidential fleet every year, the latest having been previously approved . The Queen of Engalnd has no private jet, neither does the prime minister of Great Britain, yet the British railway system gets updated and modernised year in and out! ! I am not sure if the presidency has taken delivery of its latest presidential jet yet – what a shame!!!!

  16. mara

    March 12, 2015 at 11:25 am

    Mislu,u re so ryt.I wonder wat wuld make nigerians blind on the president’s achievement.GEJ has worked!

    • demmykas

      March 12, 2015 at 12:06 pm

      Lu u said mercy Johnson posted one of the train and is very neat, have u note being seen our this so called artistes scrampling for Jonah dollars since, they are all propanganda,gej is a favour believe it or u leave it

    • demmykas

      March 12, 2015 at 12:08 pm

      Gej is a failure believe or you don’t believe at your own peril

  17. demmykas

    March 12, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    What does Jonah said at the youth forum that make him a visionary leader. Is it by speech or by action.

  18. bruno

    March 12, 2015 at 12:20 pm

    old vintage lord Frederick luguard trains that they don’t even make any more.

    don’t be deceived by that mercy johnson picture. those trains are old as f**k. they renovated it and used shine shine paint to paint the outside to make it look new.

    I can bet they must have spent a fortune to buy those olden days trains. smh

    lagbaja pls keep speaking the truth, dont let pdp or apc buy you and control you, like they’ve done to many nigerian musicians.

    gej well done, keep wasting our money. we haven’t forgotten about the 10 drones u bought from china that were rendered useless because u people didn’t know how to operate them(1 drone=10 million dollars).

  19. joliebebe

    March 12, 2015 at 12:34 pm

    @ Miss Lu……….leave Mercy Johnson and the so called nice train.. That is reported speech. I have a personal experience.
    Please go and ride on one yourself and come report your experience. We are waiting. Take as many pictures to convince us.
    Bon chance!

  20. hushhush

    March 12, 2015 at 12:38 pm

    @ nene+ welldone!

  21. Archy Naija

    March 12, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    I agree with him cos this present gov’t take Nigerians for a ride. I look forward to a change of gov’t.

  22. krissy

    March 12, 2015 at 12:44 pm

    we shouldn’t forget the same people who have been in the pdp govt during this 16 failed years of pdp rule as you said, are the same people who have decamped to APC,soo wat change are we talking about,we are voting for continuation as far as these two parties are concerned cos apc is still pdp in disguise.

  23. NG

    March 12, 2015 at 12:55 pm

    Facts people, facts! Someone asked a question- are we talking about the same train MJ rode with her family or another? The same trains being showcased all over the media? People on ground please weigh-in and give us the true facts.

    Not that any fact will make me validate the action of APC in disregarding the sensibilities of many Nigerians and acceptable world (civillised world that is ) standards in choosing a president, by foisting a Buhari, damaged in so many ways-words, actions, attitudes etc- on us instead of appropriately walking the talk by choosing a leader we can all rally round and start the march to greatness as a nation.

    We are becoming like the US where Republicans must blight anything done by Obama to score political points. Ok, fine, but let my people understand that this is where we are and play safe with personal emotions otherwise, you will end up allowing political and non-factual statements up you blood pressure- all for nothing o. Asiwaju can never be poor agin, in fact his next two generations can waste as much as they want, they will not become poor if what we hear are true. Same goes for Jonah and mama patience of Otuoke. And my people? Suffering and smiling and getting so hot over political talks. Though maybe this is not bad sha as PDP will think twice before taking Nigeria for a ride agin after the heat and scrutiny of this electioneering

  24. ms.b

    March 12, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    But why does this government lie so blatantly?
    It is simply because they believe that YOU are a fool!
    They believe that YOU are unenlightened and unexposed
    That YOU are unintelligent, daft and do not know any better. Sincerely Lagbaja, most of ‘we’ nigerians r exactly what u described. Educated illiterates, travelling all over the world or having d best education still doesn’t make us think reasonably. Its danm sad when ppl who r educated and “exposed” support GEJ bcos he is a xtian, young or he isn’t from the north. We deserve what we go thru in this country, we keep voting based on sentiments, we r very foolish indeed especially everybody rooting for GEJ. Foolish and highly dumb, if u don’t like buhari, u can vote d lady or ssum1else. But going out to vote GEJ on election day makes u d biggest fool of all times.

    • NG

      March 12, 2015 at 5:47 pm

      Ms like me, i no be fool o, I am a realist full stop. But your opinion na ya own, If abusing people is the best way to show ya wisdom, go on soun(?) as my people up west like to say

  25. Jona

    March 13, 2015 at 5:30 am

    Just thinking out loud…….An unrepentant PDP Elder asked me if I have watched the documentary, I asked which one, he said the documentary showing how Tinubu owes 75% of Lagos revenue, that Tinubu is highly corrupt. And I asked him, Daddy, does Tinubu has immunity, he said NO. Is Tinubu a spirit? he said NO. Is Tinubu in Nigeria, he said yes. Has Tinubu been invited by EFCC? he said NO. I shook my head, and told him, Sir, I pray never to be like you when I grow up. He became sad and walked away. Instead of a sane government to prosecute an alleged corrupt man, they are busy running wasteful documentary with tax payers money. What a shame!!! A man that visit Christian gatherings and still knee down before idol worshippers to be prayed for, I can’t fathom the shape of his testimonies… Lord, Please don’t mind these Politicians, just do what you have to do in Nigeria.. Please Lord…. ” – SARUMI ABORISADE ORIYOMMY Pls rbc

  26. femi

    March 13, 2015 at 11:11 am

    My people perish for lack of knowledge….

    This lagbaja has just shown that he has no sense… In case he does not know, the APC people that he wants us to vote for also bought second hand trains from Canada for Lagos. APC’s presidential candidate in his shortsightedness cancelled a metroline project launched by Jakande in 1984. Had that project seen the light of day, the traffic congestion being experienced in Lagos today would have been a thing of the past. True that we should work towards the use of brand new trains but you have to start from somewhere. How many regular folks use trains in Nigeria? If you buy brand new trains, what will be the return on investment? You have to ensure that the people you are buying the trains for give it enough patronage and can afford it otherwise, you’ll just be throwing away money on fancy projects which add no value when there are areas crying out for it. How many airlines buy brand new planes in Nigeria if one may ask?

    • ikejathink

      March 13, 2015 at 11:04 pm

      Though you border on making some sense you don’t quite reach it. Firstly if the ROI will be negative in using trains of acceptable standards that would then be cared for and properly maintained, which they are not, why even embark on such an investment. Then to come in a public sphere, as this president has, and tout progress in transportation due to said trains is simply disastrous and shows that they have not a clue. To be the #1 economy in Africa and use this as a highlight to development is simply pathetic. Do not tell me we have to start from somewhere. I need a used car but I will not go and buy a 1985 Honda civic that will endanger my family when I can afford a 2005 Honda Civic. If you choose to focus on Buhari’s decision to turn down that project in 1984 as the reason for traffic congestion you should probably do some rethinking. Come on we have roads in this country, hospitals in this country, and so many other failed infrastructural issues that hint that even if that project was green lighted and even if it were started on, it would likely have failed especially in the political climate of the times. Of course this is all speculation on my part just as it is on yours…truth is we can never know, Buhari was in power for 2 years…get real!

  27. O~Intuition!

    March 15, 2015 at 1:36 am

    There are a lot of Enablers of Ineptitude in this country. With what is laid before us- Nigeria failing!, we are still canvassing for Mediocrity in the Name of Goodluck Ebele Jonathan and HIS CABALS.

    The State of The Nation is Terribly Bad!

  28. sagajof

    March 18, 2015 at 2:16 pm

    Sincerely, we are d architect of our problems, misfortunes nd retrogression. when you mix politics with sentiment what u get is exactly what we are experiencing @ d moment. We all fed Jonathan with our support, solidarity and love thinking he was the sent messiah in the year 2011, but most unfortunate he got to power, got drunk and was highly intoxicated by it. As for me have woken up never to b a MuMu any longer so count me out of the 200M mumu. Now u hav 199M mumu.

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