Olusegun Obasanjo Former President of Nigeria meets his match

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Comment by Dodi on March 3, 2010 at 11:41pm
The President hasn't notified anyone of his where abouts for over a hundred days, yet with the change in the wind as a result of the voice and will of the people, some are still trying to derail what has already been ordained.

As Nigerians, we must all stand up and demand a better life for the average JOE. And we must punish those leaders who have failed us.
Comment by ADEYINKA FELIX ADEWUMI on March 3, 2010 at 10:36pm
We needed God intervention on Nigeria situation........, If the senate could not do something its bad, YAR' DUA is not fit again We all Know the truth Nigerians knows the truth, even God Knows the truth,Impeachment could solve the situation Thank you
Comment by ERNEST AYAME on February 13, 2010 at 11:42am
where is the video. how can i view it?
Comment by solomon on February 11, 2010 at 10:58pm
Let us continue to move the nation forward and do not blame anybody for why we are at present situation but move the country forward and remember our children. There is an inheritance for the next generation to come. Let us thank God that no eveil happen beyond this point, the country is a great country let us all embrace the new situation we found ourselves for the good of it.
Comment by Ugwu Chijioke Emmanuel on February 11, 2010 at 10:45pm
I personally wish our new present good luck upon his good luck. my pray for him is that Almighty God who help him to be where he is now should give him more wisdom to overcome those unfriendly friend around him. long life naija.
Comment by Anthony young on February 11, 2010 at 6:55pm
Its a new down in Nigerian, i think we seserve to have a president to priside over our nation so that things will work right. its a very big shame that a prtesedent of a a nation like nigeri would be absent for such a period of time with out a proper replcement. it can never happen in any other country of the world. we most learn to be telling our self the thruth. i dont thing which part of Nigeria the present comes from is relevant except if its for selfish reasons. An average nigeria need a good governance and service delivery . Finaly lets see what Our new acting Present Dr Good Luck Jonathan will offer us
Comment by Darlinton Onuoha on February 11, 2010 at 4:10pm
God bless our dear Nigeria.pls Dr. Goodluck Jonathan ds is a rare privilege,do everything humanly possible at ur disposal to bring succour & goodlife to d common man. Do not listen to what ever rubish people may say about ur action of removal of the Attorney Genaral, Mr. Michael. Continue doing your good job. May the almighty father give u the strainght and wisdom Amen.

God bless us.
Comment by roni akp on February 11, 2010 at 3:42pm
thank God for keeping our dear Nigeria.pls Dr. Goodluck Jonathan ds is a rare privilege,do everything humanly possible at ur disposal to bring succour & goodlife to d common man.b it d south or d north....they'r all ur constituency nw.and above all,fear God - for i know u know it's d beginning of wisdom.with all these,it must definitely b well with u all through.
Comment by Gboluwaga Abimbola on February 11, 2010 at 3:22am
Either you like or not, OBJ is the best thing that ever happen to Nigeria lately. He purged the military; he paid off our debt; he revolutionized our telecommunication. He left Nigeria with a lot of money in our foreign reserves. It is up to the next government (Yar'Adua) to spend that money on infrastructure, health, and you name it. But what did the next government do? Nothing. Most of OBJ initiatives were reversed. He had already given privatized a couple of the refineries (to Nigerians), only to be reversed by Yar'Adua. But later, Yar'Adua is looking for privatization to make our refineries work. OBJ was barred from Yar'Adua, and I'm not surprised that the latter's government failed. Posterity will judge this man. It is only in Nigeria that people's good deeds are remembered when they died. Anyway, his approach to breaking the logjam works. He spoke about Yar'Adua resigning at BOT meeting and he was shouted down. Hence his approach to go to the public. Then, all hell broke loose. He led the way for others to be brave about asking Yar'Adua to resign! He deserves credit for this. Of course, Wole Soyinka and the elders who protested deserve our commendation, and so is Dora Akunyili for speaking up in the end. As for our national assembly, they do not have a choice, our people have spoken. May God bless our beloved country, Nigeria.
Comment by Ashiekaa Henry on February 10, 2010 at 10:00pm
We celebrate his victory together with him but I must humbly submit here that Nigeria as a country should be considered more paramount than personal,individualistic and egocentric difference.

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