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A major calamity would have befallen Nigeria if Buhari and Sheik Bauchi had been killed - President Jonathan
x | July 28, 2014
While receiving Muslim leaders in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), led by Vice-President Namadi Sambo, in their traditional Eid-el-Fitri Sallah visit... (1) Comment



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"Coming In From The Cold"    In California, U.S.A.    July 30, 2014
What calamity would have befallen Nigeria? No calamity will befall Nigeria - it's only that two well known people would have died and that's it.

Their deaths could have mattered no more than the death of any other person in Nigeria as people would still have been going about their normal day businesses without giving a hoot about who died. "Na wetin concern agbero for overload?"

Mr. President, "you too dey blow mouth too much." You have overexaggerated the importance of the lives of these two people. What have they done to improve the lives of their people? No Nigerian and nobody is that important for any calamity to befall the country; I beg, make I hear word, o jare.

Only natural disasters, not the death of any human being, can cause calamity to any nation. Who died? I beg give me amala and ewedu or kpokpogari make I chop o jare. I don't know Sheik Bauchi but Buhari I know as an islamic religious zealot. So?

My respect still goes to Murtala Mohammed (MM) for what he did for Nigeria during those six months of his reign. He meant to transform Nigeria. I know he was not perfect and he may have done some wrong to some people during the war, but that's one serious dictator that meant well for our country. Nigeria and Nigerians stood up straight during those six months.

Lord, I am waiting for another period of MM's type of leadership that will take Nigeria to higher heights. Bringing Nigeria out of its doldrums will be a welcomed "upheaval".

In a sense, that may be described as a calamity because many heads will and should roll.
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