Al-Mustapha: I never beat up Obasanjo in prison

Daily Trust - - VIEWS - Chibueze Maduezim don­cee4real2000@ya­

Good one, at­tend to your cases and leave them to do their fight on the po­lit­i­cal stage. There is still enough time for you.

Moses Musa

ocho­lidi­vic@ya­ ************************** I hope you will not be­tray Nige­ri­ans by sup­port­ing this un­fo­cused govern­ment?

Ismail Sani

bau­ ************************** The fact still re­mains: who killed Shehu Musa Yar’adua, Kudi­rat Abi­ola, at­tempted killing of Abra­ham Ade­sanya and a host of oth­ers? God will judge all: what is hid­den is ab­so­lutely clear to the Lord Almighty.


za­ ************************** I have been pray­ing for Al­lah’s pro­tec­tion for you and your safety ever since you were de­tained and also wish to see you out from the trap. But your po­si­tion on some is­sues af­ter your re­lease shocked me.

Azare ************************** This is not our prob­lem, Al-Mustapha. Our prob­lem is for you to tell us why are you al­ways out of the coun­try af­ter your re­lease?

Kabiru Bala Mi­jinyawa

kabirubala595@ya­ ************************** Nige­ri­ans will grad­u­ally know the truth; Al-Mustapha is one of the best things that have hap­pened to Nige­rian mil­i­tary. Obasanjo must come out and an­swer these ques­tions; Bola Ige still cry­ing in the grave. Arise Nige­ri­ans, what does Baba want?

Friends of Nigeria

friend­sofnige­ria@ya­hoo.comm ************************** I can pre­dict from Al-Mustapha’s mod­esty, hu­mil­ity that he meant well for Nigeria. He had once chal­lenged Obasanjo to a pub­lic de­bate but Obasanjo has never for once replied that chal­lenge. For me, I think Obasanjo should ac­cept this pub­lic de­bate so that we can at least know who is ac­tu­ally telling Nige­ri­ans lie.

Ex-Pres­i­dent Oluse­gun Obasanjo


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