PDP: Why we blame Buhari, Amaechi, oth­ers for in­sur­gency

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If GEJ can­not use the power of his of­fice to bring these people to book, let him tell Nige­rian youths to take ac­tion against all odds. These killings are just too much. Nige­rian youths give GEJ and FG 21days to bring the per­pe­tra­tors to book. Davido ohazurikeonyekachi@ya­hoo. com


Ev­ery­thing has an end; God will de­stroy the per­pe­tra­tors of these evils. They will die in shame. May Al­lah save our people from such hu­mil­i­a­tion. You kill some­one and blame his brother; this is pa­thetic and dis­heart­en­ing! Imam Aliyu ima­maliy@ya­hoo.com ***************************** ***

Me­tuh, if you want to hang a dog you don’t have to give him a bad name. Nige­ri­ans are wait­ing for your next move; may be then, you will un­der­stand the value of peace. Abba Muhammed ab­ba_y­ola@ya­hoo.com ***************************** ***

Olisa Me­tuh, you are only be­ing mis­chievous and you know it. Some of us still re­mem­ber ex­actly the words Gen­eral Muham­madu Buhari used when he was ad­dress­ing the large crowd of sup­port­ers be­fore the April 2011 elec­tion. He said, and I quote: “You should never leave polling cen­ters un­til votes are counted and the win­ner de­clared and you should lynch any­body that tries to tinker with the votes”. That is ex­actly what he said, and I don’t think that is the same with what you stated. Adamu Us­man adamus­man18@gmail.com *******************************

Mr Olisa Me­tuh, PDP Na­tional Publlic­ity Sec­re­tary

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