on Boko Haram, plot to destabilise Jonathan – S/South leaders ( Counter comment)

on Boko Haram, plot to destabilise Jonathan – S/South leaders 2 days ago

 

I'm not sure you are a Nigerian by saying what you said, and where by you are, you are not right.

 You want same army who gave us wrong leaders since independent to give us more uncivilized rotten corrupt leadership?

Do you at all look around your cities or villages? did you see any proper running projects set up by past military administration, if not killed one we have before they came or stole funds made from oil for new projects?

We all must grow up, whether we like it or not. we must follow the route that will lead us to exit gate of corrupt system of government.

 Even if the civilian driver of that coach we are traveling in is learner driver without gun, we are better safe and secure than traveling in a coach driving by mad cap with a gun, who have no regards or respect for civil society you and i belong to.

Instead of craving for military to return for looting and send us back to past era of unfruitful military coup and counter coup adventure which kept us as gutter as we look today, crave for referendum.

it's better to divide this country between southern and northern nigeria than returning military administrator, a move that will surely divide this country any day any group of military dare dream to return.

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That is the obvious.  After all Boko Haram has been in existence even in the time of President Yar Adua.  While it is now that they suddenly realized Nigeria should be Ismalized?  It is all political gimmick of the North against the South.
That's just the point. But the Southern Nigerians are just waiting for the right ground unto which they can declare their seperation. All the recent political gimmicks by the core North is only unifying the southerners the more. Even the hausa/fulani politicians are becoming more and more isolated and unpopular.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
That is the obvious.  After all Boko Haram has been in existence even in the time of President Yar Adua.  While it is now that they suddenly realized Nigeria should be Ismalized?  It is all political gimmick of the North against the South.
Correct

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
That is the obvious.  After all Boko Haram has been in existence even in the time of President Yar Adua.  While it is now that they suddenly realized Nigeria should be Ismalized?  It is all political gimmick of the North against the South.
You got it right.

Mavos said:
That's just the point. But the Southern Nigerians are just waiting for the right ground unto which they can declare their seperation. All the recent political gimmicks by the core North is only unifying the southerners the more. Even the hausa/fulani politicians are becoming more and more isolated and unpopular.

Charles Ugochukwu Okere said:
That is the obvious.  After all Boko Haram has been in existence even in the time of President Yar Adua.  While it is now that they suddenly realized Nigeria should be Ismalized?  It is all political gimmick of the North against the South.

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