Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Photo Of The Day: Tinubu Bows To Congratulate Buhari

I am sure the APC leader is over the moon right now. Who won't be...

47 comments:

  1. Sai Buhari Sai Tinubu

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    1. Shout out to Tinubu a game changer

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    2. BAT! The man wey de see road! Asiwaju ilu Eko! You too mushhhh!!

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    3. He too see road

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  2. JAGABAN!!! Hate him or not..he tried

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    1. Yes tho I dnt really love jagaban but let's give it to him he is a game changer and an astute political strategist of our time

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  3. *crying**** dream come through*

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  4. Chai see Tinubus shinning head...Reminds me of this gin they call baba Apari...

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  5. Ladun, over the moon is an understatement .

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  6. Me love Tinubu so much

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  7. He is surely the happiest man on earth now

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  8. Wow. I love this

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  9. Tinubu has a story to tell for GMB's victory

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  10. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    Na wetin happiness dey cause... Congrats BUHARIANS..... Sai Buhari
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  11. Nice, Working Partners.

    Please visit www.effiezy.com

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  12. Jagaban..... Thank you

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  13. Two walking corpse


    @Galore

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    1. Back to the sender

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    2. You are the one that would be a walking corpse. Go and die, stupid hater

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    3. @Galore I love you but your comment was uncalled for. I think you should apologise for that statement

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    4. Ladun's biggest fan01 April, 2015 15:25

      Galore is a moron. A graceless nitwit.

      Your command of the English language is so poor and you claim you are a student. What half baked institution are you registered with? I used the word registered because you cannot be a student who attends classes and pays attention.
      There's a grammatical error in "two walking corpse." My 4 year old will correct you .

      Instead of you to hide because you have refused to swallow your useless pride, you are here throwing insults at your leaders. You need to jump off a cliff.

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    5. @Anon 13:22...thanks

      Just my hormones at that time

      I sincerely apologise





      @Galore

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  14. Good job sir @Tinubu

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  15. The Jagaban... The real fighters were Tinubu and Amaechi. I salute their resilience and courage.

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    1. I doff my hat for them, it is not easy to unseat a reigning president

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  16. Why must everything be reduced to tribal/religious lines? I just want the best for my country Nigeria and prayed for God to let the best man win. GEJ was unable to do the job and the people voted against him. Let us give Gen Buhari a chance before we start passing judgement. It breaks my heart when I see our national cake being shared by a few where it could be used to make everybody a lot more comfortable. It might mean a lot fewer super rich but a lot more not living in poverty and for me that is enough. I dream about a Nigeria where we have constant, affordable electricity, water and food. Where we have free education up to secondary school, taught by teachers who themselves are properly educated and can string a proper sentence in English. Where we have decent roads and can travel/visit the length and breath of Nigeria without fear of violence/robbers. Where retiring is not a living death sentence that turns parents into parasites, sucking the life out of their kids in the race for survival. Where there is no extremism in religion because the populace is properly educated and can read and properly disseminate holy books themselves and not rely on religious leaders to do this for them. I dream of a Nigeria where we take pride in the dignity of labour and not society we have today that worships wealth without a care for the source of this wealth.
    Nobody can dismiss the fact that GEJ is a humble, honourable gentleman. His unfailing humility struck a chord in the hearts of a lot of people. By his singular gallant act of reaching out to concede defeat to Gen Buhari and clearly stating to his supporters that a peaceful acceptance of the results was the way forward, he just won me over. A couple of lessons I have learnt from his tenure is that one must be careful about the type of people you surround yourself with, including your own spouse.. Every time his wife opened her mouth, all she did was drive people into the arms of the opposition party. Also, if someone does not yearn for something and it comes to them on a platter, they do not really appreciate the value and so cannot put it to good use.
    I pray that history will remember him for what he is - a patriotic Nigerian who gave Nigerians the chance to exercise their collective will and respected this, even though it was not in his own favour. How many of you could have exhibited such maturity if you were in his shoes? A incompetent leader yes, but a great patriotic, humble, honest statesman!!!!

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  17. Sai buhari.. I'm so excited. Happy new month LLBRs

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  18. Yes! The Jagaban himself. He may be a crook, imperfect, but you can't deny that he tried. The one behind a party that unseated an incumbent and turned a party from ruling to opposition. Especially a party that openly vowed to rule Nigerians for no less than 60 years. We salute!

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  19. Ladun's biggest fan01 April, 2015 10:41

    Tinubu made it possible with the forming of APC. The President-elect and VP-elect have him to thank. Wow. Such a behemoth.

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  20. Well done Jagaban for your ruggedness and for not losing hope. You're a fighter and you have shown people how it's done.
    Please don't forget your promises to the people and fight corruption. Get rid of the bad eggs in the government and do something about restoring the power.

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  21. Its neva easy to unseat d reigning kind. Tuale 4 Baba Buharchange

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  22. abi his money fell, o fe pick e

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  23. Ass kissing!

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  24. bet me.we will all remember GEJ, after 8 year from now.bcos, buhari can't fix education, healthcare, economy, security, infrastructure, power, youth employment, agribusiness, oil and gas, corruption.

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  25. You guys should re check this picture. It sure does look like Pastor Bakare

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