Miss­ing girls: Sus­pend Yola rally, APC tells Jonathan

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If the pres­i­dent’s broth­ers and sis­ters were killed and his chil­dren ab­ducted, will he be dancing around? May God give us lead­ers who will be gen­uinely con­cerned about our af­fairs. GEJ, you no try o!



*********************** APC is al­ways very funny. It al­ways wants some­thing to hap­pen at its own ad­van­tage. We all are sad and sym­pa­thize with the sit­u­a­tion but that does not mean it can al­ways dic­tate to PDP what it should and shouldn’t do. If APC has its way, it would like PDP to be mourn­ing and sad all the time. Has APC not been do­ing all its want all this while? Let APC stop all these wayo wayo politricks ex­cept it wants to tell us that it is re­spon­si­ble for the tragedies to make PDP sus­pend ev­ery of its ac­tions at the ad­van­tage of APC.

Muham­mad Yusif Muham­mad


*********************** Ha­tred on the PDP-led ad­min­is­tra­tion has ren­dered APC and its sup­port­ers ter­ri­bly thought­less and in­sen­si­tive to re­al­i­ties on ground, to the ex­tent that they crit­i­cize ev­ery step by the govern­ment; be­com­ing in­con­sid­er­ate of is­sues at stake and likely con­se­quences. Ask­ing PDP not to hold rally be­cause of the kid­nap of our girl chil­dren may, on the sur­face, not be out of place since we are griev­ing. It will, how­ever, amount to giv­ing Boko Haram the sense of vic­tory if govern­ment or po­lit­i­cal ac­tiv­i­ties are shut down. Such a sit­u­a­tion may em­bolden the Boko Haram and give rise to more in­cur­sions of that na­ture. Let us leave pol­i­tics out of the whole is­sue, while un­der­ground ef­forts are be­ing in­ten­si­fied to res­cue our daugh­ters from the hand of the in­sur­gents.



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