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Saturday, 23 April 2016

Senate President replies Dele Momodu 's candid advice

Below is Bukola Saraki's reply to Dele Momodu
 My dear brother Dele, let me thank you most sincerely for your article last weekend, “My Candid Letter to Saraki.” I take everything you said in that article to heart and I must commend you for your candidness indeed and the sincerity of your intentions.
As you said in your article, you are someone I have known more by reputation than by any personal relationship, until recently when we struck up some personal acquaintance based on our shared political interests, especially during the last presidential election.
However, I understand why you had to sound so defensive for knowing me at all and had to publicly map the boundaries of our relationship. We have got to that point in our country when we no longer believe that anyone could stand for anything based on principles and convictions alone. Moreover, in the growing culture of media crucifixion and presumed guilt; it is rare to find a voice like yours that calls for fairness and justice.

I would have simply sent you a text message or call you up for your candid advice to me, which I take seriously. But I feel the need to make some clarifications on some of the issues you raised. One of them was that in seeking to be Senate President, I struck a deal with the PDP and made it possible for one of them to be the Deputy Senate President. I know this is the dominant narrative out there, but it is far from the truth.

I did not do any deal with the PDP. I did not have to because even before the PDP Senators as a group took the decision to support my candidature on the eve of the inauguration of the 8th Senate, 22 PDP Senators had already written a letter supporting me. What I did not envisage was a situation where some members of my party would not be in the chambers that day, especially when the clerk had already received a proclamation from the President authorizing the inauguration of the Senate. Pray, if a team refused to turn up for a scheduled match and was consequently walked over, would it be fair to blame the team that turned up and claimed victory? I believe those that made it possible for PDP to claim the DSP position were those who decided to hold a meeting with APC senators elsewhere at the time they ought to be in the chambers. What the PDP Senators did was to take advantage of their numerical strength at the material time. They simply lined up behind Senator Ike Ikweremadu while those of us from APC voted for Senator Ali Ndume. It was a game of numbers, and we were hopelessly outnumbered. If the PDP had nominated their own candidate for the Senate Presidency position that day, they would have won. It was as simple as that.

Secondly, I don’t know if you were aware that in the build up to Senate inauguration, the National Working Committee of the APC sent two signals. The first signal specified how leadership positions in the National Assembly have been zoned. While we were trying to give effect to this decision, the second signal came, which contained names of people to which these zoned position had been allocated. What was not acknowledged was that the President of the Senate is not an executive president. He is primarily one of 109 senators. Therefore, I cannot decide by myself who gets what in the Senate. Therefore, when they said I defied party directive in the choice of principal officers, they are invariably ascribing to me the power that I did not have.

My dear brother, most people talk about the Senate Presidency position, but this was not my only offence. I have also been accused of helping to frustrate some people’s opportunity to emerge as President Muhammadu Buhari’s running mate. But I have no problem with anybody. My concern was that it would not be politically smart of us to run with a Muslim-Muslim ticket. I doubt if we would have won the election if we had done this, especially after the PDP had successfully framed us a Muslim party. I felt we were no longer in 1993. Perhaps, more than ever before, Nigerians are more sensitive to issues of religious balancing. This, my brother, was my original sin. What they say to themselves, among other things, was that if he could conspire against our ambition, then he must not realize his own ambition as well. For me however, I have no regrets about this. I only stood for what I believed was in the best interest of the party and in the best interest of Nigeria.

Now to the substantive issue of my trial. As you rightly noted, this trial is not about corruption. And I am happy that since my trial started, people who have followed the proceedings have now understood better what the whole thing is about. I have had opportunity to declare my assets four times since 2003. Over those years, the Code of Conduct Bureau had examined my claims. There was no time that they raised any issues with me on any item contained in my declarations over those twelve years. This is why you should be surprised that while I am being tried by the Code of Conduct Tribunal, the witness and the evidence supplied against me were all from EFCC.

Like you, I have an abiding faith in the judiciary. May God forbid the day that we would give up on our judicial system. However, the onus is not on me to prove that I have confidence in the judiciary; the burden is on my prosecutors to prove to the world that justice is done in my case. If the process of fighting corruption is itself corrupt, then whatever victory is recorded would remain tainted and puerile!

Some people have wondered, why has Saraki been “jumping” from one court to another instead of facing his trial? To those people, I would say that I have only gone to those courts in search of justice. Strange things have happened, and they are still happening. For example, Section 3(d) of the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act states that the Bureau shall refer any breach or non-compliance to the Tribunal. However, where the person concerned makes a written admission of the breach, no reference to the Tribunal shall be necessary. It was on this basis that the case against Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was dismissed in 2011, by this same judge in this same Tribunal on the grounds that he was not given an opportunity to deny or admit to any breach before he was brought before the tribunal. This was the ruling that I relied on in making my case. But what did the judge say? That he had judged in error in 2011 and he had since realized his error and departed from it. My question is whether a Tribunal of first instance has the power to reverse itself. I should expect that everyone would be worried if justice is applied differently to different people. However, in spite of my fears, I remain hopeful. Why? Because the judiciary does not end with this Tribunal.

Do you know the genesis of my real problems with President Goodluck Jonathan? I have had a touchy relationship with him, but the turning point was in September 2011 when I moved a motion on the floor of the Senate that exposed the N2.3 trillion fuel subsidy racket. I remain proud that I was the Senator that blew the lid on the most elaborate corruption scheme ever in this country. But after that I became a marked man. My security was withdrawn. I was invited and re-invited by the EFCC and the Special Fraud Unit. I was even declared wanted at a point. I believe I am still one of the most investigated former governors in this country. I have no doubt that if the Jonathan government was able to find anything against me, they would not have allowed me to go unpunished.

Let me make this point clearly. I do not expect to be shielded from prosecution because of my contribution to APC, if there was genuine basis for such action to be taken against me. But I have every reason to expect not to be persecuted by the party that I contributed so much to build. The New PDP may not have given APC victory in 2015, but it was an important factor in the dynamics that produced that victory. And with all sense of modesty, I was an important factor in the formation of New PDP; in leading that group to the APC; in ensuring our group’s support for the candidate during the primaries and in mobilizing substantial resources for the election. For these, I have not expected any special compensation. Rather, I only expect to be treated like every loyal party member and accorded the right to freely aspire!

Some people have complained that I have been taken Senators with me to my trial. But I did not force them to follow me. The Senators have freely accompanied me to the Tribunal not because they are loyal to me as Abubakar Bukola Saraki, but because they are committed to the principle that produced me as the President of the Senate. The same principle that produced Ike Ekweremadu as Deputy Senate President and produced Ali Ndume as Majority Leader. They see all of us in the Senate leadership as manifestation of their jealously guarded right to freely choose their own leaders. Because they know they made us their leaders without any external interference; they are confident that they retain the power to remove us whenever they so wish. They also know what this trial is all about. They believe I am being victimized because they have expressed their right to choose their own leadership. This is why I am not in any way perturbed by my absence in the chambers during this trial. Because I was not imposed on the Senate, I feel confident that the Senate will protect its own choice whether I am present or not. It is never about me. It is about the independence of the legislature. It has always been so since 1999. It is so today and it would be so in 2019, it would be so in 2023, and as long as we practice a democracy that operates on the principle of separation of powers.

My dear brother, let me end by observing that I am not alone in this trial. On trial with me in this process is the entire judicial system. On trial with me are our entire anti-corruption institutions and our avowed commitment to honestly fight corruption. On trial with me is our party’s promise to depart from the ways of the past, a promise that Nigerians voted for. And I dare say, on trial with me is our media; and their ethical commitment to report fairly and objectively. In the end, it is my earnest hope that whatever we do will ultimately ennoble our country.

Dr. Saraki is President of the Senate, Federal Republic of Nigeria

109 comments:

Dee Tee said...

hmmm politics

Ogenah Boris said...

I love what I just read. Saraki will surely be more powerful with all this

Vivian Reginalds said...

Momodu is just a 'back-stabber'. Davido, ur uncle is just an as* licking coward.
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

God bless Nigeria!



~glo rule your world~ cos I do•

Odeniran Deborah said...

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Oluwasegun Akinbamowo said...

Let him talk to the judge through his lawyers. Open letters would not help him

Pretty face said...

Hmmmm

PrettyChi said...

Their concern

Juliet Iwuno said...

Na una sabi! What I am very sure of is dat no Politician is a saint. All of una na ole buruku! Linda take note!

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

This people have time, Banting like kids when they should be talking of more important issues like d fact there's no light and no fuel!! I'm ashamed!

chioma jacinta said...

Dele momodu sinachi "Davido's voice. * it's well*

Mista said...

if you so much value the legislature as a seperate arm of government as you have claimed,please just resign and stop dragging it through the mud.The office of the senate president existed before you and will continue to exist after you.A hero is one who know knows when the battle is lost and retreats in order to relaunch his attack.Stop seeking public sympathy with this public letter to Dele whose only contribution to journalism is writing absurd letters

rayzur kontractor said...

Senator Saraki's writeup is so elaborate, the bottomline is you corrupt and lied about your assets. I hope you proven guilty as charged

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Anonymous said...

I just love this man

Chika Okoli said...

OK seen. Baptize me linda

gideon vision said...

Who among the politician will say the truth,story of lie by liar let nobody deceive us the truth will reveal it self when time comes

Demmy said...

Abeg some1shud summarise for me,too long article Biko.

Anonymous said...

APC are pretenders.. wit time God will xpose all of u..

El Fidel said...

Issokay

Anonymous said...

THOUGHT PROVOKING!

I. C. Ukwuegbu said...

Dr Bukola Sarah, the best option for you is to resign and give honour and integrity to the upper chamber. All the exposition you are making is not for the interest of the people. It is your interest and that of the other politicians that you are fighting for. Apart from you and few canals, nothing is on trial. Please resign and let the nation move on. After all you already have enough from the inheritance from your father to your acquit ions since your went yourself to politics. All that you aspire now is power and it's vagaries. By your religious inclination you know that power comes from God. Please resign now for that is what is honourable for you. Even at the end of the day you win the case, your reputation is already tainted.

kenny eyinla said...

Nigeria politicians are REAL nollywood artists. When Saraki and his cohorts were stealing and laundering our common wealth without conscience no persecution melody now trial ongoing he's giving us sorry look as if he's a saint. Anyway we don't care if you are being politically persecuted, if u have a case to answer go and defend yourself sure you will be vindicated if you are clean. Just that it's heartbreaking this rogues while stealing no health related issues but on arrest or investigation suddenly health issues will be raised. REVOLUTION is coming soon. People are wallowing in abject poverty yet u guys looted treasury without looking back.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm well said mr SP.this is a man i personally think highly of regardless of the different stories i hear about him.but sir permit me to ginger you quickly on the situation on ground concerning ike ikwerewoteva he is not to be trusted and dont forget david mark though a slient senator now is still very powerful and has many loyalists in the red chamber.right now they are cooking something gallant but the thing is they will not succeed.you were the number one choice for the post of senate president by most nigerians but trouble statted when your party wanted to dump you but you were smarter and fast.all in all i wish you luck sir.

Anonymous said...

he now sound loyal and humble, unlike when he was claiming the office by fire by force

La face said...

Way to go, you have spoken like a matured mind! I know some people in your party don't like it that the senate chose their leaders themselves without a few imposing their remote controlled candidates. Corrupt as you are there are still many more corrupt hiding under your APC party as saints... you all should be prosecuted period! not this selective prosecution

Anonymous said...

SP Sarah, U've not mentioned and or defended any of the evidences provided against you. Such as all your bank details showing deposits and transfers of dollars in short and quick successions without any proof of business. U've also not talked about the 4 years post governor salary you were collecting as clearly shown in your bank account. How about the money laundering issue and false declaration of assets that never existed.All these are allegations against you and Nigerians expected you to reply Dele Momodu clearly denying them with proof.

Anonymous said...

Self serving bullcrap! Go to the damned trial SP.Saraki; this sad system that all you pilfering liars,cheats and thieves have put together, will swallow all of you up. Is it not curious that there is no mention of the good done for the ordinary people you led and no depth of service in all u've mentioned? You all have failed us,people are suffering and dying, and you feel we have time to give attention to rubbish?! Please when u all decide to focus on the real work of Leadership.....maybe then. u can knock on our doors... till then face the mess u all creates... we will watch and enjoy the "distraction".... #gofigure #joker #cluelessbunchofthieveswithoutscruples #zeroleadership

La face said...

Have u told Amaechi, fashola etc to also resign their ministerial positions and go and face their own cases? Stop being biased and hypocritical

BLUNT said...

I now believe Mr Saraki is clutching on straws. Why on earth would he take this energy and deployment of details to reply an ass-licking buffoon like Momodu? In psychology, people that are at the losing end always take time to explain in detail to every Dick and Harry even when they aren't asked. I just hope Mr Saraki hasn't gotten to that yet.

Anonymous said...

In his heart of heart he should know whether he made false declaration of assets or not. He knows whether he had ever abused public trust by corruptly or secretly enriching himself. In his heart he knows that Nigeria has changed and that the machinery of power and integrity must work together if Nigeria must move forward. He knows that in decent societies he should have resigned and stepped down from the high office of Senate President. He knows that he is fighting for ego rather than principles and that his corrupt practices of trying to massage the system is wrong. He is refusing to see that he gad been getting away with corruption and that Nigerians want an end to lifestyles like his own Nigerians have become so corrupt that when people steal they no longer look at the issue of theft but which ethnic group, political party or religion the judge belongs to. He is blaming the judge for correcting his error of Tinubu's trial. He sees nothing wrong in any of the revelations made against him on his bank transaction. His mind is blocked and his skin is thick. In the military he era he would have faced a firing squad. Right now exonerating him is too late otherwise Nigeria will go up in smoke. He is prepared to burn the entire country down for the sake of the unprincipled corrupt Senators whose real belief is that by shielding Saraki they too are shielding themselves from prosecution while serving in public office. The dice is cast and the loser is waiting for the bell. Farewell Mr System Manipulator.

Anonymous said...

Jerry Rawlings us waiting. Several heads will role unless politicians bury their heads in shame, especially those Senators that march to court to defend the indefensible.

Anonymous said...

The superior logic is Is Saraki guilty of corruption or not
All the other excuses are irrelevant. He should have quietly resigned. Now the law must take its course. Nigeria either stands by the law or falls apart. It is not Saraki that is on trial anymore but Nigeria as a country of corrupt public office holders. This case is more important than we can see. It is the corner stone for the Judiciary as a whole no matter the logic.

Anonymous said...

Guy Seriously pressing a girls boobz in naija party.

Mr. Stretch said...

Madam, he isn't davido's uncle! They are not related! Make your research well!

eka said...

Not in d mood of reading long epistle today😴

God's Own Child said...

Nawaoh!!! How can u say dele momodu is davido uncle or u wanted to say uncle inlaw, we'll davido is not married to Sofia who is deles nephew. Back to the matter, I love this piece am sure the truth will eventually comes out. Saraki will remain t senate president and very soon buhari will be impeach if care is not taken I just pray they lead us well. In Africa China voice..

God's Own Child said...

Why will he resign when he is still innocent have you found him guilty yet? Nigeria my people I just feel sorry..

Fasoranti Ayoola said...

Have you ever wondered why a clear point case of injustice lingers for so long. The new politics is to delay the truth so as to make it I relevant. This Saraki deserves to die. His life is not better than the common Nigerian.

Jude Akinwole said...

Hmmm, so much has been said & i must say I'm really tempted to write an epistle too but i think it's just wise to allow sleeping dogs to lie peacefully... and see what/who awakes it!

Ehi Frank said...

Dr Saraki is a man of our generation. Let's not crucify him. He has a lot to offer this nation going by the way he handles the senate.

Native Doctor said...

As in, you no shame reach me!



Sincerely speaking the mind of Amadioha

Native Doctor said...

Sweetheart, they all do that. But Sariki's case is called Karma! He sold out, now he's getting served. Let him quit whining like a chick mbok!



Sincerely speaking the mind of Amadioha

Native Doctor said...

No be you again? Lazy ass!



Sincerely speaking the mind of Amadioha

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Victor Charles said...

Politicians are as* hole, even the so called Buhari. And these our Nigerian politicians are even worst of all, good in talking candy sweets but evil in mind and thoughts. #Odia

francis zico said...

Too much talk...too much lie.All I knw is if the witch hunt is hunting real witches den let it continue. #rubbish #clownNation

Anonymous said...

Oga Senate president. Thanks for the epistle!! The trial continues! You cannot escape the punishment for the way you and your father Ruined the lives of your customers at SGbank. Shame on you.!

Oshios Baba said...

Okay

Eddy Ogbunambala said...

Alright

Anonymous said...

How can a judge reverse a judgement all by himself?
It's never done in law.
A committee or school or group or whatever name its called of Judges are the ones to sit and reverse a judgement.
Example is that of Oscar Pistorius whom Judge Masipa literally helped to walk away from a long jail term but a school of judges sat and reversed the judgement based on laid down rules of law.
Now Oscar awaits a new and harsher sentencing commensurate with the crime he committed.
Nigerian Lawyers no go school or are half baked as well thereby don't know their onions

Anonymous said...

So in effect who is "witch hunting" him - Jonah, Tinubu or APC?

Jamila Shaibu said...

Ok

Awazie Emmanuel Sab said...

Saraki, na una sabi!
I don't just care.
Na wen una get problem, una go dey seek for our sympathy.

Royalbeau said...

Hmmmmm now am in love. Am totally in love with this senate president. I wonder if dele dares write again, he would just be blabbing. You ve be served sir in a polite but strong manner. Just suck it up. You also gave us the opportunity to know this amiable man better... Uncle Dele, anny regrets yet?...

olusamjide said...

After his hatchet job of dying Dieziani Madueke, Saraki image laundry is the next job for Dele. Only a fool will believe this hide and seek between Dele and Saraki. Dele is a paid writer he can launder Shekau image if the price is right

Anonymous said...

This is dejavu in the Saraki's history

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Rohanne Kulkan said...

This what a real brave stands forwalahi I have not been a fan of Saraki until when I heard him speaks @ event so confident and well cultured with brilliant display. I personally heart the guy with good intent of which ever circumstances that got him to be the senate president and am proud of him. God speed and for obvious reasons U will win the tribunal and remain our SPOFRON.

emmanuel ebuka said...

Mista u hv spoken vry well...

emmanuel ebuka said...

Dsummary is dat ur lazy and daft u dnt need 2appear on dis blog...

@nigerianking_ said...

Vivian you are naturally dumb and stupid, how is Dele Momodu an uncle to Davido, or his baby-mama. Olodo

Anonymous said...

Some people are just straight up dumb. With all your years of commenting on that story you still dont know it's his cousin that got pregnant for Davido?

Mr. Bitter Truth.

Ayinde Olusegun John said...

Vry funi. Y didn't u xplain the motives for the recently acquired SUV fr d senates?? Saraki u ar as corrupt as charged so stop the brouhaha.

Queendaline said...

I love you Bukola Saraki, your enemies are only fighting a lost battle. God will vindicate you,not because you are without sin,but because there is a conspiracy against you.those who are after you will be put to shame in Jesus Name I Pray.Amen.

Akpobo Peter said...

Best words eevr and very very good public reply

pam eucharia said...

Power z sweet.

Anonymous said...

Same here,till my Ap letter show

Anonymous said...

Na yoruba na,na their way be dt..

M.D. Umar said...

It is also good never to make conclusions based on assumption or by reading from one side alone. Now that we have heard from both sides it will help as many Nigerians that want to be objective to make better and and reasonable contribution, that in the end we may be build a better nation. I pray at the end God will cause justice to prevail. Amen.

Ibe Kingsley said...

Point of curruption,Dele is not Davido's uncle...

Lekan said...

Story. He looted Kwara blind.

What will he do with all the wealth. vanity. If he has honour let him resign and face the trial. if it were in places where ppl have a modicum of decency and decorum and shame he would have resigned. Not in Nigeria. May his life end up the way he has treated the public funds entrusted to him. let him say amen. Simple. The same goes for all past and present leaders, may God let their life experience what they did to public funds! May their life be ruled the way they ruled Nigeria. Bunch of merciless, callous, greedy, demonic and insatiable theives! Look at the whole nation messed up and he is talking. Rubbish!

concerned citizen said...

I feel all corrupt persons should be treated equally. Treat Saraki the way you treat Tinubu, Amaechi and Fashola or tre

ojo ademola said...

God bless u. Tell him

Anonymous said...

Vivian momodu is not Davido uncle he is Davido baby mama uncle

emmanuel alegbe said...

All Naija politicians are always claiming right, I felt for him.after readin this bt I stil dont bliv him entirely

Anonymous said...

Wisely said Dr saraki , very enlightening . Thou I have always known u to be a man dignity. I wish u well in this cus they obviously want to see u lose but I hope u dnt for bettee nijja. From Tolladex

PRESIDENT's DAUGTHER said...

Mumu is dele momudu davido's uncle

Treasure Island Blackberry Messenger Group said...

Well said. As a lawyer and conscientious person....I agree with this write up 100%. Anyone who thinks Saraki is being tried for corruption or for Nigerians needs to be mentally examined. The trial is to revenge for tiny u and Nigeria is bigger than any individual especially when the same individual is more crooked than Saraki.

Anonymous said...

Person go talk A, una go dey talk B. Wetin bring amaechi, fashola come here now.

Anonymous said...

Reading this epistle brings sadness to my heart reading about a full grown man pronouncing lies to the world and feeling happy about. Yorubas say that the house built with saliva will be brought down with dew, an this is the case with Saraki. He should understand that Nigerians are not kids to be blindfolded with lies. The same he aligned with opposition to offset his father now he aligned with opposition to become senate president and wants to laugh about it. Its just a matter of time before he is shown the exit and that time there will be no one to align with. Some say that a dead lion is better than living dog, but for me the dog is still living but the lion is long dead period.

Anonymous said...

Did you read this article at all???


LoGic

Oluwa Bukola said...

Explicit.





#Linda'spal

Esther Otobong said...

I agree too much.

Anonymous said...

Hello Senator Saraki. This letter that is written by one of ur 90 lawyers will not help repair ur image that's seriously destroyed on media.
First, u claim reason PDP has DSP seat is cos APC members where somewhere else holding meeting, meeting u were suppose to be part of. You know in the past when PDP was a leading party, they use to delay any meeting in upper chamber to attend critical party issue cos they had one voice and minority party acted along without complaining. Same process ur party was trying to do that faithful day ( just few hrs delay) but you twisted the whole procedure ( the forged procedure) and claimed to be jumping from one small car to another like James Bond on a mission. So Mr SP, if you had not been too ambitious I believe PDP will not have that post.
Secondly, u said why is it now they are cross checking ur asset declaration form after all these yrs. Well I will tell u that it is what it is. POLITICS!! . He who comes to equity must come with clean hands. U of all people should know that. You have 90 lawyers and probably 20 SAN among them. For u to disobey ur party, then u must be so clean so that they find nothing wrong in u. Then u will be much more deserving for that seat. But u and I know that most of u politicians are thieves and the question to u now is are those assets that were not declared urs or not. Very simple.
Thirdly, the truth is most Nigerian think all of u guys, the senate, are bunch of waste to our economy. U are the highest paid senators in the world without showing anything for it. I can be too sure that 99.9% of u people cannot earn this much just working with ur university qualification ( that is even if u have one). Some of u are not intelligent to be in that house if not for our corrupt system. DINO for instance shows how low his IQ is by by referring to our women as commodity. Yet he has different brand of "DINO cars" while there is poverty in the land.
So Mr SP, the people are angry at the senate and anyone among u that can be convicted with corruption will be a welcome idea because senate is highly corrupt with high immunity. So glad no immunity here

Known anonymous

Foreverboss said...

Beautiful piece of conceited lies and deceit. U were first corrupt b4 being victimized. But i admire your gumption sir, i like ur politically strategies and instinct. I wish u well sir. #nobeyoucorruptpass #nigeriapowerbrokers

Chima Nwoko said...

What a response...#onMYway...

bala wali said...

Wish u all the best sir.

Anonymous said...

Dele Momodu is just a jobless psychofant

Anonymous said...

@La face do you have concrete evidence against Amaechi, Fashola etc? The court rules by evidence and not rumour. If you dont have evidence as proof, shut the fuck up!

Anonymous said...

I thought your Buharia is a saint?

Anonymous said...

@ Vivian Reginald...next time please be certain of your information before you start jumping at the first opportunity to bad mouth people (not out of envy I hope!).

just so you do not repeat this public gaffe again, Dele Momodu IS NOT Davido's uncle!!!

EMY said...

I couldn't find the article written by Mr Momodu here but the reply is here. Linda, you are becoming more unprofessional by the day. May God save Nigeria.

Anonymous said...

LINDA GOD BLESS YOU FOR POSTING THIS.

I STAND WITH SARAKI, TINUBU MAY GOD PUNISH YOU AND EVERYONE INVOLVED IN TRYING TO BRING DOWN SARAKI, MAY GOD PUNISH YOUR BOYS YOU ARE SENDING ON SOCIAL MEDIA TO TARNISH THE IMAGE OF SARAKI. SARAKI GOD WILL VINDICATE YOU, SARAKI WHETHER YOU WIN THIS CASE OR NOT YOU HAVE A FAN IN ME. I WILL SUPPORT YOU TO THE END. BUKOLA FEAR NOT, GOD IS WITH IT. YOUR ENEMIES SHALL BE PUT TO SHAME.

Emeka said...

This is the best defence Dr Saraki has put up against his trial. I'm even leaning towards supporting him now. The only problem people around Dr Saraki complain about is that he has so much pride and arrogance. He should take away his pride and beg President Buhari and Asiwaju Tinubu, after all, they are older than him. Maybe that will help since he feels his trial is politically motivated.

Anonymous said...

Get back to secondary school and learn to read articles fool.....

Emeka said...

These politicians don't mind dividing christians against muslims just for their particular benefit. You are not the only one that opposed the muslim/muslim ticket. It is GEJ's spirit that is fighting you because you opposed the innocent man just because you felt he was not worth being the president.

Anonymous said...

Very smart of you to notice too . I was wondering and counting how many people made sensible contributions on this issue,
You are one of them.

Anonymous said...

Somebody has taken over linda's blog o

Chuks Bruno said...

Like the serene way he put his words together and the calm way it being assimilated...let the end justify the means

Anonymous said...

You just hit the nail on the head.

Anonymous said...

You just hit the nail on the head.

agaja joseph said...

Trying to justified a wrong doing, south Africa president Jacob Zuma was tried and found guilty by a court in SA. Nothing so special about Saraki's trial he Saraki should have take part of honour and resign.

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Ogbewe Godfrey said...

It's well

Atlanta said...

In civilized societies, no matter how innocent an accused is, especially one who is holding a public office, the first thin to do is to resign to make room for fair hearing. Saraki resign and prove your innocence, then we will vote for you in 2019.

Anonymous said...

Vivian sinachi don't mind dem my crush...why all off una kon dey tasi ma crush ani how like some off nor b olodo abi una never make mistake 4 una life b4...abeg make una go hook transformer joo....dis sun. Na die.....Am Shippius ShipChop

Yetty k said...

All will be well

Anonymous said...

His media spokesperson sabi. But he's so getting impeached, no escaping the inevitable. He can only delay.

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