Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Game Is Here Not In London, FFK Mocks Buhari

The PDP Presidential Campaign group spokesperson, Femi Fani-Kayode has said APC’s presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari was merely wasting his time by going to Chatham house today to speak in London. Hear him;

"We wonder whether General Buhari told his foreign audience whilst he was in London how much he loves Boko Haram. We wonder whether he told his audience that he once said that he believed that an attack on Boko Haram is an attack on the north and that the Boko Haram terrorists should be appeased, pampered, resettled and paid allowances. We wonder if he told them that he was once nominated by Boko Haram to be their spokesman and representative during proposed negotiations with the Federal Government." Continue...
"For now, all we can say is that it is truly pitiful that a former Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria believes that it is more important to win the hearts and minds of the British than it is to win the hearts and minds of the Nigerian people. General Buhari can run to any foreign country in the world to say anything that he likes but at the end of the day the decision as to who will lead Nigeria as from May 29th this year will be determined by no one else but the Nigerian people. The game is on here and not in London”.

37 comments:

  1. Mr FFK we acknowledge your presence but #SEBEE BY SOSSI DROPS 1st of March #undull

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    1. I guess this political prostitute called fkk was in coma when gej said: "boko haram are our siblings, and you cant send the army to go and wipe out your family". I guess that makes jonathan a sponsor of boko haram as well..... when the niger delta militants were looking to negotiate with the government, wasnt it Wole Soyinka that they nominated as their spokeman and liaison? I guess that means also that Soyinka is a militant? ....stupid clueless fkk....a true son of his traitor father.

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  2. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    This drama is hot gahn....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  3. I dislike this FFK with a passion. Hisssssss he talks to much rubbish. As a matter of fact I am voting Buhari because of all this Pdp noise makers

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  4. FFK should no that d support r reflection of d intenational community also have effect on the perception of ppl on a candidate @ home . He has a point tho na naija we go decide

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  5. MR EDDY said this heat wan kill person o.


    Lol.. Hmmm I just cross my legs dey watch.
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    ^™THAT EDO BOY.COM~

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  6. Shut up FFK. Oloshi Omo ale jati jati, alatenuje.

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  7. That is where FFK is wrong. He is helping Nigeria image on the international scene. The battle in Nigeria is already won for him.

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  8. Did the audience buhari go to address in chatam house have pvcs?Why cant he debate with jonathan to fashion out the way to move nigeria forward?I wonder what change will a man who had once ruled as a head of state,gov of kaduna state,minister of petroleum and ptdf bring to nigerians when he couldn't bring that change when he occupied those positions?

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    1. you are still a small boy living with your parents....you wont understand why elders do what they do

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    2. Who told you? He, as minister of petroleum built the 3 oil refineries we have today.And he didn't steal a dime!

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  9. This man annoys me to the core.

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  10. Asides politics..Buhari isn't his mate.. Y talk to som1 lik dat.. So disrespectful

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  11. This man annoys me to the core.

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  12. Jonathan's anticipated rigging will fail in 2015, APC more credible than PDP — Fani Kayode

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    1. Exactly
      APC is the winning team. All the GEJist will be in trouble especially FFK

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  13. Elections should come and go peacefully already! Gosh!

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  14. Lol FFK as no shame. Give him rice and meat, he will say anything also he needs to check if is head is ok .

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  15. If student no pass, he must repeat class - Patience Jonathan
    Mr President don fail, you must give Jonathan chance to come back and repeat class - Patience Jonathan.
    What is wrong with him wasting 10 years of your life?
    Nothing is wrong with him wasting 10 years of your life.

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  16. FFk don start again ohhh

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  17. Which game is FFK talking about again. All this people would not confuse us ohhh

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  18. London 2015, hope they win from there

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  19. London event for APC, this guys are late

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  20. This elections should just come and go. we want peace

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  21. GBAM,LOBATAN,,,,FFK IS ARE TOO LOUSY

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  22. Come and do lecture in Nigeria, first Buhari lecture since 1983

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  23. Village meeting in london

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  24. FFk you are doing a great job, keep hitting their balls, they would soon succumb

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  25. Move on Nigeria, a civic action and pressure group promoting democracy, good governance and transformation agenda, has described the lecture delivered by General Muhammadu Buhari (retd) at Chatham House, yesterday, as windy and full of lies.

    In a statement in Abuja by the group’s National Coordinator, Mr. Clem Aguiyi, it argued that the lecture by the All Progressives Congress, APC, presidential candidate “would have passed for a well-crafted speech if he was a first timer and we are ignorant of his antecedent and reputation.

    “But because this will be his second tenure as president assuming he succeeds, having served first as a military dictator, we are fully aware of his reputation no matter how he tries to run away from the past.”

    According to Move on Nigeria, “for the first time in three decades, Buhari accepted responsibility for the ills of his military regime, which include jailing of Pa Ajasin, even after the military tribunal had discharged him of all corruption charges.

    “He held Dr. Alex Ekwueme in captivity throughout the period of his 20-month regime, even when no crime is traceable to him and he detained the late Igbo leader, Emeka Ojukwu, who held no political office.

    “It is not for Buhari to determine when Nigerians will forgive his sins. He was offered the opportunity during the Oputa Panel, which he missed.

    “It is regrettable that Buhari wasted the opportunity provided him by the Chatham House to, at least, address issues bordering on restructuring and the Boko Haram insurgents, whom he clearly refused to identify as Islamic extremists

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