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“Come – on National LIVE TV – and tell us your beef with President Buhari” – President Buhari’s Aide Lauretta Onochie Challenges 2Baba

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After superstar musician 2Baba announced that he will be leading a nationwide protest against the economic downturn that followed the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, various individuals have declared support for the move.

2Baba, during the announcement, had said that the protest is aimed at demanding accountability from officials at all levels of government in the country.

Others individuals, including Blackface, 2Baba’s former colleague in the defunct Plantashun Boiz singing group, have hinted that the protest may be politically motivated.

On Tuesday night, President Buhari’s Personal Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie tweeted an image with a challenge for 2Baba.

The challenge on the photo read: “Nigerians would like 2Baba to explain the policies that he’s not happy with on National LIVE TV, as well as proffer alternative economic policies that would better serve all Nigerians. Not on newspapers that could have been written by anyone.”

“That way, Nigerians will know it’s entirely his idea, that he understands what he’s doing, and acting in the interest of all Nigerians. Otherwise, we might assume that the protest is for those who miss the heist that happened under You know who. Nigerians are waiting. Thank you Sir,” the challenge ended.

However, 2Baba had released a video detailing the reasons for the planned protest, as poverty, hunger, unemployment, and deplorable healthcare and education are the order of the day in the country. WATCH it here.

66 Comments

  1. Dame Marian

    February 1, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    You are obviously as dump as the president . What beef would he have with the president to hold a protest. He is just speaking loud for all Nigerian’s dump Aide!

    • FasholasLover

      February 1, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      You are all getting it wrong. The Auntie is one of those who think good governance is about speaking or writing good English. Read between the line people. She is inviting 2face to a televised debate becos, just like all the twerps who called 2 face an illiterate, they assume he wouldn’t be able to express himself. Forgetting that assumption is the mother of all fuckups. I have watched the video where 2Face articulated his reasons for championing a protest. He is eloquent, articulate and he delivered his speech in a convincing manner. No fronting.

      Lauretta Onochie, shame on you.

    • FasholasLover

      February 1, 2017 at 5:22 pm

      You are all getting it wrong. The Auntie is one of those who think good governance is about speaking or writing good English. Read between the line people. She is inviting 2face to a televised debate becos, just like all the twerps who called 2 face an illiterate, they assume he wouldn’t be able to express himself. Forgetting that assumption is the mother of all fuckups. I have watched the video where 2Face articulated his reasons for championing a protest. He is eloquent, articulate and he delivered his speech in a convincing manner. No fronting.

      Lauretta Onochie, shame on you.

    • unadite

      February 1, 2017 at 6:29 pm

      Tarr! Tuface is eloquent and articulate ke? Maybe in his music……

    • Ayeman

      February 1, 2017 at 6:44 pm

      Fasholaslover…2face had dark shades on and read from a script and was still fumbling

    • FasholasLover

      February 1, 2017 at 7:09 pm

      Don’t be like Lauretta Onochie who is an unfortunate fellow. Go and watch the video 2 Face released articulating his reasons.

    • Ottawa Queen

      February 1, 2017 at 8:05 pm

      Besides, all these years who have debates helped? What strategies and policies were implemented after all the so-called debates? I support the protest please! Let the people’s voice be heard. What stupid tv debate? Msheww!

    • Diamond

      February 1, 2017 at 8:26 pm

      @ Unadite
      And you are eloquent and articulate where? On bellanaija? Tarr, gerrarahere! Who your eloquence epp?

      This Buhari’s assistant is a complete idiot. I thought Solomon Dalung was the dumb of the lot, I didn’t know baba is ‘blessed’ with so many dumbees. Let her bring her principal, Buhari so 2face can air his ‘beef’ to him on national television. And let’s hear between him and 2face who is more articulate.

      And she said ‘beef’? what government rep says that? Total dumbo!

    • Fleur

      February 1, 2017 at 8:00 pm

      Mama Lauretta, clearly your brain is in senescence. He is exercising a God-given right to complain in any form he deems best about whatever he feels is bothering him. You are too old for that position. Just shush and go away. Go and collect your big salary for doing nothing. Coming out anyhow anyhow in public to issue all manner of market woman challenge as if you are in Ariaria market. Mtcheeew. Comot for internet abeg. Can twitter suspend her account please? She is trying to intimidate citizenry. That should be a global crime against humanity.

  2. keke driver

    February 1, 2017 at 12:51 pm

    With complete daft like Femi Adeshina & Lauretta Onochie in Buhari’s administration now I see why this country isn’t progressing… God help us

  3. Tife

    February 1, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    Lauretta Onochie, you dont seem to be understanding. Tubaba is just one person who voiced his frustrations with the government you represent. The rest of us are joining him in the protest because we share these same frustrations. His protest is IN OUR INTEREST and that is why we are all joining him

  4. MissB

    February 1, 2017 at 12:52 pm

    This Lauretta person is an IDIOT. I can’t think of a better word! Does the “idea” of discontentment have to emanate solely and purely from Tuface?? I am not even in the country and I know this protest is well overdue! Instead of her to provide proof- in her professional capacity-of what (if anything) her employers are doing- what policies and what effect these are having, she is challenging a musician to offer alternative economic policies. SHAME
    ON YOU! In a better country, you would be asked to resign for this ammature and poorly thought out “challenge”. YOU are part of the problem! Shameless

    • Realist#1

      February 1, 2017 at 5:17 pm

      MissB I disagree….she is right on….if you cannot explain any govt policy and why u deem it failed then what are you protesting abt? She is doing her job well cos you and I know fully well 2baba and yourself know nothing abt governance..Talk is cheap

    • Diamond

      February 1, 2017 at 10:52 pm

      So because I don’t know government policies, I don’t know when there is hardship and poverty is biting ME hard? Dumb comment!

      Buhari’s government is a total failure. sadly, it won’t get better, not with these dumbocrats with him. Stupid people, was it 2face that promised and was voted or employed to bring change? IDIOTS in government!

    • Fleur

      February 1, 2017 at 8:02 pm

      Es serio imbecille!! Nos mas!

  5. Timb

    February 1, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    Lauretta Onochie has put out a valid challenge.

    It is not too much to ask that TuFace should look for a platform to intelligently articulate what he is not happy about, that way the undecided can make up thier minds if this protest is credible or a case of the blind (or mischievious) leading the blind

    • The Bull

      February 1, 2017 at 1:10 pm

      We all know this is rubbish, which station will we watch the debate, will it be NTA or channels, which power, how many people will watch it. We do not need any debate to know that this country has no direction and people are suffering. The protest will send a louder message to the incompetent government than any tv debate or show.

    • Prince Charming

      February 1, 2017 at 2:03 pm

      @Timb, does 2face really need to explain why he wants to lead a protest against the government? Are you that dumb? Maybe you are the son/ daughter of one of those corrupt politicians who have embezzled so much money that they do not feel the pinch. Let me explain to your dumb ass why 2face wants to lead a protest:
      1. People are dying of hunger and the president is not bothered.
      2. Fulani herdsmen, his brothers, are making the country unbearable and unlivable for a lot of Nigerians, and the President is yet to address the problem.
      3. Universities are on strike
      4. Boko Haram is still strong, despite the government’s claim that the group has been neutralized.
      5. Buhari, the islamist, has appointed only muslims into key positions in his government.
      6. The President is using anti-corruption agencies to witch-hunt political opponents.
      7. He has shown repeatedly by his actions that he doesn’t care about christians( more than half of Nigeria’s population)
      8. He flouts the orders of the court. The court has told him to release Nnamdi Kanu, but he has refused. He has not only refused, he is trying the man secretly.
      I can go on and on…….. What do you want 2face to explain to you? Why would anyone be undecided as to whether to protest against Buhari or not? Your comment is annoying. You are such a dummy!

    • Timb

      February 1, 2017 at 4:35 pm

      No need to get all touchy and emotional sir.

      What is it with us as a people not being able to handle differing points of view.

      We need to challenge people on both sides in other to reach sensible conclusions.

      Things are bad in Nigeria, but to suggest that it’s suddenly this way because of PMB is grossly uncharitable. This is our collective punishment for the previous years of hypocrisy and deceit in which we wallowed in.

      This punishment doesn’t discriminate.

    • Papacy

      February 1, 2017 at 4:01 pm

      What sort of debate do you need again? If this protest holds it will simply send a loud and clear message to this government that all is not well. It has nothing to do with politics. This is almost 48months and counting for Pete’s sake! The thought that for one to protest means he is part of the opposition is simply puerile. It was this sane activism that git the last government out because Nigerians wanted better. We aren’t getting “better”. We should then keep quiet and not talk? Last elections woke something up in the citizens of this country. That spirit brought this government to power, the same spirit will be a watchdog over and can end it if we don’t get what we voted for.

    • MissB

      February 1, 2017 at 5:17 pm

      Erm…the protest IS the platform!

    • Diamond

      February 1, 2017 at 10:42 pm

      We are talking protesting the hardship, hunger, poverty in the country under an incapable retired fellow occupying the highest office, and to you its a stupid stupid challenge?
      You must be dead to opine that 2face should come to national tv to say what what even the blind, deaf, dumb and incapacitated knows that buhari is ruining Nigeria.

    • Timbisagoat

      February 2, 2017 at 9:41 am

      Ode Timb, this is what they call misplaced priority. Its people like you that give the government reasons to continue chopping us like MUMU. Someone has volunteered to create an avenue where we can all air our grievances and you are talking about arguing intelligently.Mr I too know with your by force english

  6. Rain

    February 1, 2017 at 1:06 pm

    Lauretta Onochie is very empty and daft. All her utterance and behaviour shows a loose canon kind of woman. Heard she was a madam in dubai b4 this appointment

    • Anon

      February 1, 2017 at 1:37 pm

      You can insult a woman without being sexist about it. Calling her a “loose cannon of a woman” and accusing her of being a madam in Dubai. The others disagreeing with her and even insulting her without being sexist, do they have two heads ?

    • meah

      February 1, 2017 at 3:02 pm

      @anon, why cant Rain be sexist? afterall, she insulted 2face by subtly mocking his supposed lack of education. Or why else would she challenge him to an explanation on national LIVE (in caps o!) tv, if not to insinuate that 2face is not articulate. She started the mud-slinging, i dont she should flinch from a low blow in return.

  7. concerned9a

    February 1, 2017 at 1:08 pm

    What Beef..??.abi is she blind to what’s happening to Trump…kids play compared to what Buhari is having to stomach..
    You really think this is about 2face he said same thing about Jona…It’s a about the people…nothing seems to be happening and yet you have lavish weddings..travel all over and tell the people to sit tight…
    Buhari’s PR is so rubbish you should be telling us what your paymaster has accomplished in 2 years…

  8. FarawayDuchess

    February 1, 2017 at 1:12 pm

    Sme ppl hv brains d size of a mustard seed. This lady clearly does not knw wat she is saying. That’s her “comeback” at someone who is abt to air the views of millions of nigerians tru a peaceful protest?
    U knw wat, y dont we all go on national tv one by one to discuss our supposed ‘beef’. How petty to use d word “beef”! The only thing this present admin seems to be good at in blaming d past admin for everything.

  9. FarawayDuchess

    February 1, 2017 at 1:13 pm

    Is*

  10. Turban Girl

    February 1, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    But come ooo, am not understanding at all. Why is everybody bashing Tubaba’s protest, it wasn’t even his idea, he lent his voice to it. Na wa for this administration, once you oppose they start throwing all sorts of petty nonsense up and down. This Lady is just stupid, so because I don’t have a solution, I can’t complain. Even the President doesn’t have the Solution, but it is his duty to gather people that can proffer solutions. Instead, he gathered fools like this one

  11. eagle eye

    February 1, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    This woman(Laureta Onochie) must be a moron or demented brat,where exactly is she from?with the rate of poverty and severe hunger in the land, how can she come out to castigate 2baba”s propose peaceful protest?.This government and its officials are very intolerant of people expressing their views,they are only good in blackmail and propaganada.Buhari has failed woefully and Nigerians have the right to protest its failed policies.

  12. LostInSpace

    February 1, 2017 at 1:36 pm

    Where is Eedris Abdulkareem ? That brother is blunt..

  13. Marian

    February 1, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    We know tuface did not write it himself but does that change the message? He was honest about the fact that he didn’t finish school so why try to make him go live on air to be proving nonsense to you.
    Who are you? With all due respect have you been living under a rock? This is not just a Tuface idea or movement. Infact tuface probably has enough money not to feel the impact of the recession. Go and invite iya oniru, iya alata, baba eleran to come and tell you their beef and see if they will not curse buhari and his whole family.

    Can the president do a state of union address with all the governors. Let’s have a live address where they answer questions and give account of what they have done so far.

  14. Eric

    February 1, 2017 at 1:49 pm

    This Onochie woman, the goon Adeshina and Anyone else who critises the peaceful protest Tuface has announced is the problem with this country. Nigeria is in the worst possible state it has ever been and you two embeciles don’t see anything wrong? The country has regressed in less than two years and if measures aren’t put in place there will be anarchy. The other day that bastard Amaechi was trying to get a loan approved from china for rail way infrastructure, is that our priority? Fix the gaddam roads first so we can walk on let alone drive our cars. You’re trying to get a loan for trains instead. Bunch of no legacy leaving, thieving meanderthals!!!

  15. Me

    February 1, 2017 at 1:58 pm

    “However, 2Baba had released a video detailing the reasons for the planned protest, as poverty, hunger, unemployment, and deplorable healthcare and education” This has been the order of the day in every administration since we got independence. So nothing new there. And i agree to his right to protest, i also agree to him being interviewed so we can hear in his own words what changes he proposes. #simple

    • Bleed Blue

      February 1, 2017 at 3:18 pm

      But Tuface wasn’t elected to make “changes”.

      Buhari was.

    • jess

      February 1, 2017 at 4:40 pm

      There are people in power paid to propose those changes not tuface. If they cannot do their work they should be sacked. So I should not protest because i can’t proffer solution. Do you see how daft that statement you made is. That lady is silly “alternative economic policies” you need to have one first for people to proffer alternative. Only God knows how much these people are paid to make a fool of themselves.

  16. Vincent

    February 1, 2017 at 2:14 pm

    With the nonsense this guys on PMB’s team has been spewing, it is little wonder why we are where we are. Like seriously, an artiste who if needs reminding will be very FINE for the next 10 years but is worried about the state of the nation decides on a peaceful protest…. and they cite is as beef. Not funny at all!
    I am with this protest.

  17. Myfathersdaughter

    February 1, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    Dear Ms Onochie,

    Please hold on to one (or both) of your ears as you read the following points:
    #1: The protest was not Tuface’s idea. He only lent his voice, and threw his weight behind it. So do you also want the rest of us, who are also lending our voices to the protest, to come on a live tv show and air our “beef”?
    #2: He does not have any beef with your beloved benefactor in particular:; he only, like the rest of us suffering Nigerians, wants to let the government Of THE DAY know that all is not well with the people that voted it into power.
    #3: We know that Tuface doesn’t have a university degree, and so may not necessarily do very well on a live broadcast, but guess what? WE LOVE HIM LIKE THAT! He’s never pretended to be anything other than his humble unpretentious self.
    4: you and the government you represent must be drunk on something questionable if it has come to seeking economic policies from an entertainer. Was he the one who promised Nigerians that he would bring the exchange rate to $1 / N1?
    #5: we’re frankly tired of all these veiled references to the past government – can’t you address your shortcomings without looking for someone to blame? For heaven’s sake, you’re almost 2 years old on that seat!
    #6: A word of advise: try to comport yourself in a dignified manner befitting for a person in your supposed position in this government. The use of the word “beef” is petty and rather unprofessional.
    #7: Advise your people to try and take criticism. The whole country is in a mess. Are you aware that most parents had to borrow school fees, lots of students dropped out of school, people have died, businesses have closed down because of the poor economic outlook? Please look inwards and clean up your act, then there’d be no need for people to protest.

    Nigerians are tired. Really. And it doesn’t help matters when you release statements such as this.

  18. Iya ibeji

    February 1, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    Tuface does not have to proffer solutions to our problems before he can protest. He is not the president/governor/minister e.t.c. just a citizen demanding for his rights. If these people know they cannot handle the country, they should resign and allow people who have a vision for Nigeria to come in. But no, they want to die there and expect us to keep quiet.

  19. Hey

    February 1, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Can’t say I blame her, she does look full.

  20. No one

    February 1, 2017 at 2:31 pm

    O no! They all actually believe Tuface is dumb.

  21. Someone

    February 1, 2017 at 2:46 pm

    Madam, Nigerians are with 2face. You and your partners are too blind to see the sufferings of Nigerians. You sit on green seats and say whatever come to your minds while Nigerians squat on dry ground looking lost in our mother’s land. We demand accountability, is that too much for this presidency to handle?

  22. FinchleysFinest

    February 1, 2017 at 2:49 pm

    Lauretta Onochie is PMB’s PA On Social Media.

    Its just like responding to Donald Trumps tweet. No one should give her the chance. The woman is trying to save her daily bread.

    Even a mad man knows the situation in Nigeria is BAD.
    We stand with TuBaba…. We need answers… We need politicians thats ready to produce result…

    Ayo Fayose should dare not come for that protest. He’s also part of our wahala biko.

  23. Jay

    February 1, 2017 at 3:06 pm

    What do you mean by ‘Nigerians’… please speak for yourself, I am with 2face on this one!

  24. cocopops

    February 1, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    what has education got to do with this? the graduates roaming the streets looking for jobs what has education done for them. God will punish this woman. You and Buhari will die mysteriously and vultures will feed on your carcass. Even my illiterate grandma will want to protest against the hike in the price of kerosene and foodstuff.

  25. Dupe

    February 1, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    Is this what people mean when they say Buhari cannot handle constructive criticism because it’s apparent that the President likes kiss asses, I mean you can tell who your leader is from the way his followers/aides handle their job. Nigeria has been in a recession for more than a year. And you think the people do not need an update on exactly what measures the government is putting in a place to handle the issue. My firm literally laid off me off last year and slashed the salaries of others left just because they can’t handle the recession. And Madam Aide feels Tuface has been put up to this by someone. WTF even Tinubu the party first man has been calling out the Presidency to do something about the state of the nation. I’m done with this. I am just so mad!!!

  26. #istandwith2baba

    February 1, 2017 at 3:54 pm

    please where is the protest holding what venue? are there tees we need to buy? what else can we do? 2face pls provide us with information….. this woman is a senseless bastard i am so upset with this statement she made. common candle is 400 naira for a pack always is 400 naira panadol is now 300. you cant even price goat meat that one has turn to special occasion meat. a kilo of chicken is now 1300 naira a tin of egusi is now 400 naira with ibeg cartoon of indomie is now 2500 naira. 10 litres of petrol is now 1450 naira. mothers cannot ask their children if they want more food after eating. bread has increased no more 250 naira bread milk refill is now 950 naira everything is going up but salary is the same. if you take 10k to the shop you will be looking for what you bought with it. Buhari has failed this nation with his stupid administration. please its high time we protest since labour union are doing siddon look say na dog name.

  27. slum girl

    February 1, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Dear Madam, it’s like you wish to be unfortunate ba? local rat.

  28. We need solution

    February 1, 2017 at 4:13 pm

    Lauretta Onochie you are a fool. And a disgrace to the whole country. The country is in shambles, people are suffering, prices of food, housing, everything has skyrocketed and you are calling it a beef. On what basis are you challenging a protest where the citizens are tired of the lawlessness, incompetency, failed government officials and the citizens want their voices to be heard. 2face, don’t allow any of these idiots to intimidate you. Nigerians please come out to support and let our voices be heard.

    Buhari and his sycophant dummies whether you guys like it or not, Nigeria will change for the better. All of you guys will be wiped off from the earth and new leaders with a heart of compassion, change, vision, greatness will emerge. People who will actually get things done. True Nigerians who want to see a better nation.

  29. David

    February 1, 2017 at 4:47 pm

    I know Nigeria is my country and I should stay and fight! But with the ever corrupt, fiendish, useless government since my birth, I am/have been for an honest way out to whereever humanity, or a modicum of it, exists!

    Shame Nigeria! You are a crying shaming and I spit on you! Shame on all the government since the creation of this entity that devalues it citizens. History will condemn you and your generations and generations to come forever.

    Thank you 2baba. History will remember and praise you!

    • David

      February 1, 2017 at 4:48 pm

      Been looking for”

  30. David

    February 1, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    Life is hard! But its harder in the retarded nation! Nothing works!

  31. Dame Marian

    February 1, 2017 at 5:20 pm

    @ Timb, you are a dummy ! thinking of what to classify you with……

    • Timb

      February 1, 2017 at 5:33 pm

      I’ll help you out. Classify me as your “Nigerian Brother”.

      Because outside our shores Nigerans are all classified the same.

      You have a dummy for a brother. does that help. :))

  32. Tayo

    February 1, 2017 at 5:52 pm

    I’m so proud of this, please If you are around try and make the protest. I said this when Bihari took his little vacation. They have to know that their conduct is acceptable, I mean $1 = 500 Naira now, are you kidding me, and our leaders are acting like we are not in a crisis? They aren’t afraid of Nigerians at alllllll, we need to put the fear of God in them.

  33. Truth-be-told

    February 1, 2017 at 6:00 pm

    Did she really just ask 2baba to prefer solutions? I assume there will be a unit or several teams whose job it is to proffer solutions to move the economy forward. Pray tell, is he a politician or a government official? You signed up for this job so get it done. You were well aware of the situation of the economy before you came in. Sweetheart, get your priorities right. Nothing, NOTHING!!! has improved. All sectors have collapsed. Don’t even get me started.?

  34. Truth-be-told

    February 1, 2017 at 6:01 pm

    *proffer

  35. xoxo

    February 1, 2017 at 6:01 pm

    who cares about alternative policies? whatever policy you run should better the life of the average man on the street. lol. she wants to divert the attention of the public! the average Joe is too hungry to learn abt policies. all he wants is to afford one loaf of bread per day atleast Tuface has spoken the mind of the street!we are all coming out!

  36. m

    February 1, 2017 at 9:06 pm

    Any govt that reads this entire thread, should know if they are working or not, if the people are happy or not, If they are still wanted or not, without a single doubt this govt should know precisely where it stands.

  37. Idomagirl

    February 2, 2017 at 12:06 am

    The absolute IRONY of Lauretta and all these people bringing up Tuface’s education.
    What are Buhari’s own educational qualifications?
    If he with no university education can govern this country twice on what basis are you then telling Tuface not to speak?

    Tuface should go on tv to outline what?
    Did Buhari go on tv before the elections to outline his own policies?
    Did he not run away from debating?
    Why are you asking of Tuface who isn’t even running for office what your principal cannot offer?

    This is why as a young person you should build your career and develop yourself, so that in your 50s you’re not on the internet tweeting absolute rubbish because someone gave you one struggle Special Assistant appointment.
    What an absolute shame.

  38. nunulicious

    February 2, 2017 at 3:19 am

    I voted for Buhari.
    That doesn’t make me ignorant of the fact that there is hardship in the country. I am also aware that the hardship is not his making. The problem has been years in the making and it is quite sad that it is during his tenure that things are so bad. But he promised that things would be better that #change is good. But I am yet to see a change for the better. So I have given my staff the day off on 5th February 2017 to join the protest and I will also be there.

    I’m joining the protest to remind them of their promises to us. Why are the lawmakers still taking home sickening financial packages? Why don’t we have an effective judiciary? Why haven’t our laws been amended to ensure ease of transaction for the small business owner? I know that it will take years to solve Nigeria’s power, health and educational problems but I am joining the protest to keep them on their toes.

    It doesn’t mean I will not vote the same party in 2019
    It doesn’t mean I will.
    And that is the beauty of democracy.

    #Wewillprotest

    • Uberhaute

      February 2, 2017 at 9:34 am

      And why are they still on medical tourism?

  39. Dugos

    February 2, 2017 at 4:12 am

    How Buhari picks his aids and people that work for him still baffles me…. we waited for almost 7months in this country to see ministerial nominees and appointments because we thought they are some arch angels coming from the moon…. it ended been the same goons and rouges we know….
    How can you come on social media and spew this rubbish and you work under the presidency…. #amazing. Do I need to be articulate to feel the pangs of hunger everyday? Do I need to know policies to know that a painter of garri is now 800? Please madam do I need to come to national television to know that companies are closing up and people are loosing their jobs, that my government has not paid my parents aunties and uncles their salaries for over 6months? I still want to know if I need good understanding of policies and good English to understand that herds men kill and maim people on a daily basis and none of them have been arrested and rather you are invited for questioning when you motivate people to protect themselves since the government is keeping quiet? Madam abeg help me understand… say na policies and articulate English na em day pay school fees?
    What this evil government has failed to understand is that to the common man, the hawker on the street, the trader in balogun or ariaaria market, we don’t care or know policies all we know is that we are dying gradually everyday…. is it wrong to demand accountability from my governors and senators and ministers? Most I be politically motivated to ask that those representing me be right and do right?
    I’m so pained Madam… but you won’t understand because you are very comfortable and not hungry. ….

    God will judge you but before I will protest, my voice will be heard…. something must kill a man…. anybody against this protest is a blood sucker. …… 2baba for the first time in my life I feel Nigerian youths are waking up just because you lend your voice to this. It wasn’t your idea like you said but it’s gathering momentum because you supported it….. may God bless you sir! One love! Like area fada said ourmumudondo

  40. Dugos

    February 2, 2017 at 4:14 am

    @nunulicious the protest has been moved to 6th of February so that it will coincide with when the president will be back in the country…. respect sir

  41. Beauty

    February 2, 2017 at 11:54 am

    You are asking for a debate????? when they asked Buhari to come and debate and highlight what he was going to do differently when he becomes president did he show up? Now you are asking for a debate. Someone said you cannot give what you don’t have and its so obvious that the present government does not have what it takes to take Nigerians to the promise land. We cannot be suffering and smiling. I cannot remember the last time I had electricity in my house. Go 2Baba I support you!

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