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Re: The Lamido’s uned­i­fy­ing out­burst I dis­agree with your ed­i­to­rial’s fo­cus on the Lamido’s com­ment made at the con­fer­ence. We need strong char­ac­ters like his to tackle the out­burst of some del­e­gates. I’m ac­tu­ally proud of him for do­ing that. It is not easy to co­ex­ist with ar­ro­gant people, and at a con­fer­ence like this, ev­ery true ‘son of his fa­ther,’ royal blood or not, has the re­spon­si­bil­ity to stand up and up­hold his people’s dig­nity in the face of an on­slaught of abuse by de­trac­tors. A. Mam­man, Kano, +2348099472747 Re: Amaechi NGF wanted me out of Aso Rock-Pres­i­dent It is baf­fling that when­ever a sen­si­tive mat­ter is brought to the at­ten­tion of the pres­i­dent, he turns it po­lit­i­cal foot­ball. Why does he do that? He should please con­cen­trate on solv­ing the cri­sis rock­ing many states in Nigeria and stop play­ing pol­i­tics. AB­DUL­LAHI Kabir, Azare, Bauchi State, +2348035686636

Re: Sanusi fi­nanc­ing ter­ror­ism- FG Per­haps we would have stopped and lis­tened to this bolt out of the blue from the federal govern­ment long ago if it had come be­fore Sanusi’s rev­e­la­tion of 20bn dol­lar miss­ing oil money. Apart from Sanusi, who else is fund­ing ter­ror? They can’t say be­cause they just wait for people to of­fend the pres­i­dent or the govern­ment and then the spring up with their spu­ri­ous al­le­ga­tions to dent some­one’s rep­u­ta­tion. This at­ti­tude of FG por­trays it as des­per­ate. It means this govern­ment is part of our prob­lem, not the so­lu­tion, if it won’t hes­i­tate to di­vert the at­ten­tion of the pub­lic from the truth in the face of real dan­ger. As for SSS, we trust not be­cause what they did to Apo vic­tims by heir trig­ger-happy of­fi­cers in Abuja is still fresh in our mem­ory. BAGUDU, Minna, +2348159500975

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