Monday, November 29, 2010

Quote of the day!



















“I think it is important to point out that the current effort by President Goodluck Jonathan to continue in office after ending his tenure on 29th May 2011, instead of ensuring we have free and fair elections in this country, is a reflection of the governance crisis. We have a President who is trying to self succeed himself through a process which amount to a political coup in his own political party. In a democracy nobody should think that he/she has to be president or there will be no Nigeria. I have to make this point because a Minister had warned that if Goodluck Jonathan does not emerge as President there will be crisis in Nigeria, so if this is the case what is the point of conducting elections?” - M. D. Yusuf, former IG of Police and Presidential candidate

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

This man is one of the most tribalistic Nigerians. He always collects bribes from Head of States/Presidents from IBB to Abacha to Yaradua to destabilize governments/opponents etc. I'm not a supporter of GEJ but i'm laughing at the North now because of what GEJ's government is doing to them. Let them exchange fisticuffs for all i care!

skankmypeaceofmind said...

yussuf should go coil up in his little God forsaken hole and SHUT THE HELL UP!!!! not that i want Jono either.

The nitty-gritty tales of a housewife said...

TO WHOM THE CAP FITS, LET HIM WEAR IT!.....unfortunately NONE!...too bad.

Indeed whats the point in conducting elections sef?...good question sir!

But since i don't vote, that question is lost to me! *insert nollywood don wicked laugh here*

THEY ARE ALL CONCERNED FOR SELFISH REASONS ONLY!.....MSCHEW!

Anonymous said...

WORD!

Anonymous said...

This Northerner can go and jump into the Benue River. He is just angry because Yaradua, a fellow Northerner, did not get the second term the North thought they had secured and that a Southerner is the top man. If I were the President, I would not give an inch to the North. The North has made zero contribution to the forward progress of Nigeria and has caused the most havoc.

Tatababe said...

*yawn*

Anonymous said...

Gosh why are u all hating on the north *rolls eyes* Nigeria will never change with so much hatred.... Put your country in prayers and I'll put all u tribalists immune too... Until that y barrier is broken there can never be unity....

Anonymous said...

dis man just said the truth.
wats d need for the elections because the rigging has started .
jonathan is too desperate
atiku is to ambitious
ibb is the most hated man alive
buhari is a too fanatic
d rest are not existing
may God save us all

Anonymous said...

dis man just said the truth.
wats d need for the elections because the rigging has started .
jonathan is too desperate
atiku is to ambitious
ibb is the most hated man alive
buhari is a too fanatic
d rest are not existing
may God save us all