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Thursday, 19 June 2014

Coup d’ etat rumours unfounded – CDS

The Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh, has refuted rumors of a possible coup d' etat by the military, stating that the rumour was unfounded.
 
ACM Badeh stated this on Tuesday June 18th while receiving the Director General of the National Orientation Agency , Dr Mike Omeiri in his office. He said the Military would always work to protect the democracy of Nigeria and not destroy it.
"Rumours in some quarters of a possible coup d’état in the country are unfounded. Why should anyone be thinking in the negative fashion? Tell them we will not do it. Those spreading rumours of coups must be living elsewhere and not in Nigeria. The Armed Forces are defenders of democracy. We are an arm of democracy, so how can an arm of democracy work against the democracy that we are part of?” he said

52 comments:

  1. They should continue to work to protect the democracy of Nigeria and not destroy it.







    CoolDiva speaks!

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    1. Coup won't do our country any good.
      By the grace of God our case can never degenerate to that level again

      ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

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    2. Of all things to think of, its a coup? What good will that do the nation?

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  2. Dis shld nt b true.. military ke in dis era

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  3. Biko who gives a bloody fuck, if u people want to kuill each other, that's fine by me

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  4. Hmmmm…My little finger is telling me there is no smoke with out fire!..hmmm..

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  5. GEJ u are the worst president in the world, and where is that your dog on the leach RENO?

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    1. And your father is d worst man ever, 4 giving birth 2 a he/She goat like u. Do u even no wat u want? Fool





      Mrs DAvido

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  6. Those who are even thinking about it are not serious

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  7. Oga Jona, be wise, a stitch in time saves nine

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  8. The military sef has been highly politicised that a possible coup seems impossicant! They can't restore sanity to the dirty system coz they've been bought over

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  9. I don't preach coup d' etat, but I preach a divided Nigeria to several countries or republic on its own


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  10. In every rumour there is an atom of truth! Anti GEJ ppl shud let that man be ooooooooo! He is trying naa! U guys did not succeed in making him resign now u wanna use a coup plot! Chei!!!!!





    #GozManuel Says#

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  11. With the current level of insecurity in nigeria,anytin z possible..my take..

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  12. Where there is smoke there is fire and at the rate things a going I think Nigeria could do with a military government to put a lot of people and things in their places. A sort of transitional military regime.

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    1. Finally discovered yo are very empty afteral
      ± it is pathetic
      ~~»Joe Ogobor«~~

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    2. Hilary, I couldn't agree more.

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  13. it seriously beta nt be true. God shud jes hlp us & open d eyes of our leaders

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  14. I believe the military should try and do that work now wey dey one come do if they take over. They will guarantee our safety? Make them begin implement am now, instead of taking over.

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  15. I pray this coup workout

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  16. Olorun maje. ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥♡thanks ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥ 

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  17. D country has become volatile for propagandists to strve, what do u expect ? In a country dt is in such a mess dt Nig is in presently.

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  18. I hope is not true sha.

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  19. A coup even a military one is not necessarily or even always a bad thing. Thailand, for example has in the past benefited from a military coup. Even the coup of 1960s Nigeria in hindsight was not such a bad idea based of the principles behind it.

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  20. I no dey trust anybody dis days.na only God they protect

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  21. Go see d movie 'Closed Circuit' u'll understand that security agencies around d world will only tell d puclic what they need to hear not necessarily the truth everytime. In other words d military might be cooking u something .

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  22. Bull if they are planning it will he tell the media, yet i believe that is what Nigeria need, military rule, because we don't know how to play democratic, lawlessness is the order of the day on Nigeria, Miami guy say so

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  23. Is he expected to say Yes We Re Planning a Coup

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  24. Naija is lk football,anytin cn happen


    ################GOD punish#####################################devil

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  25. I believe there's an atom of truth in the rumour! Time will surely tell!!!

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  26. A coup would have been a welcome development. At least the military won't take this whole Boko Haram shit likely.

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  27. Who is he fooling? The military has never and will never be a protector of democracy... Rather the Military is a protector of the State and if the military feels The State {even if its democracy/President (GEJ) is a threat to its very existence}. So Oga, please reassure us that the military isn't planning a coup.
    By the way, since when did the military become an arm of democracy????
    or since when did the 'military' ever have anything to do with the concept of democracy?
    People, the military is an agent of the state charged with the responsibility of protecting it at all cost... This guy is confused

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  28. Who does he think he is fooling? Since when did the military become an arm of democracy?
    When did the military become 'defenders of democracy'?
    The military is ultimately the Defender of the State. So it is in their duty to carry out a coup against any government (even a democratic or dictatorial or whatever type of govt.). This (coup), however, can only be done on the grounds of the incompetence of the incumbent govt. in tackling issues that threatens the state like Corruption, Insecurity/terrorism (as in the North-Eastern Nigeria), etc...
    Oga, tell us the truth abeg and you don't want to tell us the truth (of which i don't expect him to go around announcing the coup). At least stop calling us complete idiots by telling us that the military is an arm of democracy.
    people the military is an agent of the state charged with the responsibility of defending its integrity at all cost(even if it means a coup).

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  29. Make them check well ooo. No smoke without fireoooo. Everything that you people are doing their is God ooooo continue!!!

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  30. No smoke without fire oooooo naija we hail thee....

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  31. Make dem no try am o,tell say pple dey vex...kanvi

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  32. I prefer the military to the thieves who are civilians

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  33. so they will tell us when they are ready?!

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  34. Whatever! Let de will of God b done in Nigeria.

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  35. Badeh snubs Gusau and calls Obanikoro an idiot.
    Army officers are killed by Boko Haram and nothing is being done to give them Honorable Burials.
    There are loud rumblings that the Army is ill equipped to fight Boko Haram.
    Chibok girls are still missing, one month after.
    Politicians are harrasing themselves over elections.
    Oil theft has become so rampant that you must be an idiot not to do it.
    DAM has been proposed for OPEC Secretary General.
    Many probes and enquiries have led to nothing.
    Intelligence reports are saying a transistional government to be headed by Mark is in the works.
    Each and every time the Military has come out to deny a Coup, there has been a Coup. FACT.
    Babangida is silent. Obasanjo has withdrawn from the PDP. Gowon, Abdulsalami are all over preaching peace. WHO IS THE MUGU?
    Buhari has gone noticably quiet.
    My friends, expect martial music soon. Dont be deluded.
    The world powers have realised that to protect Nigeria, there has to be a military intervention otherwise, Rwanda would be childs play. The cost to them would be much more than the oil and who controls it. The US already has shale oil. So they dont need any conflict that they would need to provide aid at the expense of lives.
    Possible dates? Shortly after the outcome of the coming elections and before the next general elections.
    Chai. Chai. Chai. Nigeria. We have entered one chance again o. The military would do at least four years, and the foreign powers would support them once they give a terminal date for another transistion. By the way, Egypt is an example. They would get away with it. Infact, the people shouting Democracy would be the first to congratulate them. Chai. Nigeria. Chai.

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  36. The ongoing terrorist insurgency in nigeria is led by Northern Nigerians and their foreign collaborators. The puppet masters are HAUSA / FULANI plutocrats and oligarchy (Boko Haram, SATANIC, BLOOD SUCKERS, PARASITES, thieves, promiscuous, mafia criminals, LEECHES, treacherous, kidnappers, murderers and warmongers). One of their front organisations is sharia law sponsoring Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF). It's a well known fact that Boko Haram killers are the military wing of Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF). Kano State governor, Rabiu Kwankwaso, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi (Emir of Boko Haram & the WRONG Emir of Kano), Muhammadu Bakindo Aliu Musdafa (stupid, condescending & secession threatening Lamido of Adamawa), IBB, Atiku, Buhari, El Dwarf Rufai, are part of their prominent members. They also have members in high ranking positions in the Nigerian military, especially in the Nigerian army. Northerners dominate the highest ranking and most lucrative positions in the Nigeria Army (who are often corrupt, routinely bribed by Boko Haram / ACF and even colluded with HAUSA / FULANI plutocrats and oligarchy to coordinate Boko Haram attacks).

    For the sake of "keeping Nigeria together," the Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Alex Badeh is NOT telling the truth. Alex Badeh is lying on behalf of the Nigerian President, the Nigerian Armed Forces and the Federal Government of Nigeria. He's doing what he was instructed to do: lie and deceive the public.

    There was an attempted coup d’état. It was by the terror-sponsoring king-pins of Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) and it's members. FACT. Individuals were arrested and are currently being detained by the Federal Government of Nigeria for attempting to overthrow the civilian led administration of President Goodluck Jonathan.

    Arewa Consultative Forum (members, sponsors and sympathizers of Boko Haram) and it's members are parasites and must be disbanded and held accountable for the havoc it wrecked on Nigeria and Nigerians. Arewa Consultative Forum (sponsors of terrorism in Nigeria) and it's members must do the honorable thing, free Nigeria from their "born to rule" motivated treachery and murderous insurrection and join their hopeless ancestors and stupid people in Chad, Mali, Cameroon, Niger, Sudan, sahara desert and HELL FIRE.

    If President Goodluck Jonathan made a televised live broadcast right now and tell the Nigerian people and the international community the truth about what those HAUSA / FULANI leaders and their politicians have been doing to Nigeria and Nigerians with Boko Haram and within the Nigerian Army, Nigeria will descend into civil war and disintegrate within 72 hours.

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  37. una no fit do am since u dey chop big money from oga jonah

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  38. A coup is the best thing that can happen to Nigeria right now. Our so-called Democracy is a corrupt system that is incapable of producing good leaders. U cannot win any elected position without pledging loyalty to some corrupt group or the other. Even our citizens r too hungry/ uneducated to make rational voting decisions. We need to reset the system and eliminate bad forces.

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  39. Rasaq Adeesa, when serious matters like dis r being discussed, pls if u have nothing important to say, why don't u just keep quiet and LEARN! Dis is very serious, God pls snd us help.

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  40. I believe i would be speaking the minds of most Nigerians if i say that a military coup would be welcome.

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  41. The only agenda of hausas is to rule by all means.
    although me as a person am too ashame to call Jonah my president
    but any coup that will make an Hausa man to rule Nigeria now will be bloodily resisted.Especially now that we know say soldiers are not supermen the way we thought before the different is uniform nothing more.
    Boko harram has open our eyes
    Hausas will not rule us again either in uniform or democracy.
    Jonathan too will not rule us .if pdp must give us Niiger delta let them look for real man from that region they can even give us Asari Dokubo the ex Armed Robber or militant
    nonsence.we,are waiting.
    nan by,force to stay together.

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  42. Who interviewed this man? The person is a fool. If he is planning coup will he say he is? You guys are getting me fraustrated rather than annoyed with your level of stupidity. Why will anybody know if coup is been planned? Is it some birthdayparty? Please ifsome people are planing coup you and I will not know until they make announcement. But the rumor is a wake up callfor the President who will be the first victim if such should happen. A word is enough for the wise.

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  43. Soldiers taking over will not solve our problem.

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