ON­LINE RE­AC­TIONS Why I abused Tin­ubu — Me­laye RMAFC pushes for VAT in­crease to 7.5%

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Of ad­mi­ra­tion, com­pare the per­sons of Sen­a­tor Dino Me­laye and H.E. (Chief) Ahmed Bola Tin­ubu. Com­men­ta­tors shouldn’t be sub­jec­tive in mak­ing in­di­vid­ual minds on the sub­ject of dis­course.

Tafi­dan Do­gon Daji tafi­daaboubakar@gmail. com

Ex­pla­na­tion is noted! We know sen­a­tors can agree and dis­agree. So, speak­ing to one an­other can­not be played beyond pro­por­tion. If Mrs. Tin­ubu had called him “dog “then it is very un­for­tu­nate con­sid­er­ing her age and other fac­tors. Tin­ubu or no Tin­ubu , sen­a­tors must re­spect them­selves be­cause they are in pub­lic do­main. Wives of big per­sons should ex­hibit deco­rum in the way they ap­proach is­sues be­cause peo­ple look at them in the eye of their hus­bands. If I was a Judge, I would strike out the case for want of ev­i­dence. Af­ter all, there are se­ri­ous is­sues to talk about. Nige­rian men de­mand an apol­ogy from her.

Ita josephita78@ya­hoo.com

Tin­ubu is not god, stop ar­ro­gat­ing such pow­ers to him that God never gave him. Did you hear his side of the story? Why should the woman call him a ‘thug and dog,’?

Ruth ruthu­nique@ya­hoo.co.uk

Th­ese state­ments from Sen­a­tor Me­laye clearly show his in­cred­i­bil­ity to be a sen­a­tor.

Ba­ban Yara abuidris24@gmail.com

Dino, you seem not to be smart enough to know that your po­lit­i­cal ca­reer is end­ing be­cause of your tongue and thug-like at­ti­tudes. If some­one calls you names, you call them worse and worst names in re­turn - that’s the La­gos way and Fela called it ‘shakara oloje.’ You don’t threaten to beat some­one’s wife re­gard­less of what she said to you

Omooba A. omi­fun­fun66@ya­hoo.com

Well with “iden­ti­fied over 1,000 dor­mant rev­enue lines,” why is the RAMFC ask­ing for a tax in­crease on a gen­eral level? First, Nige­ri­ans would like to know how much does the RMAFC ac­tu­ally pay them­selves? What is the prin­ci­pal source of the pay­ment and what is the real value-added to the Nige­rian econ­omy? It’s time this in­sti­tu­tion that bur­dened Nige­ri­ans with a skewed pay struc­ture – where vir­tu­ally any­one can de­cide how much he/she re­ceives from the pub­lic till as salary; see the NASS pay de­ba­cle – is dis­banded and re-as­sem­bled in line with to­day’s re­al­i­ties.

Maigari naiyamd@ya­hoo.com

Sen. Dino Me­laye

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