Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Aliyu Tells PDP Members, Don’t Pray For APC’s Failure

The governor of Niger State, Dr Muazu Babangida Aliyu has pleaded with PDP members not to pray for the failure of the incoming APC-led government but rather to work towards regaining power in 2019.


The Governor who spoke at the College of Education, Minna yesterday when he commissioned some TERTFund projects admonished his party men and women to pray for the success of the incoming APC government, saying the failure of any government will impact negatively on everyone, including the PDP members. He enjoined all to “pray for the success of APC government because if you pray for failure of APC you will suffer, because you suffer for failure of any government,” he said.

24 comments:

  1. OMG!!! Angeleze.blogspot.com is on fireeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  2. They have already started praying unconsciously for APC failure with their last minute looting

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    1. Yes he is. He is just being a true politician

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  4. Its your cup of tea if you pray for their failure

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  5. LOL at working towards getting power in 2019. Power drunk people

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  6. Tell them!!!

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  7. So true, no one should pray for APC’s failure.

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  8. If APC is successful, it will be for everyone’s good

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  9. Let them pray for their downfall, God will lift them up

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  10. He is the most sensible of all PDP members

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  11. He is a motivational speaker. lol

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  12. It is just so hard for PDP to play second fiddle.

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  13. You are dreaming if you think you can take power in 2019. GMB for life

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  14. Nice advice only that they won't take it

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  15. You better pray for their failure because they prayed for your failure so they could gain power

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  16. Let PDP hold fire for fire crusade, APC will never fail

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  17. Let us all learnt to do politics without hatred for your opponent

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