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Ndi Igbo did Nothing to Tinubu or Sanwo-Olu but you orchestrated a rage against a people who have dwelt peaceably in Lagos before you both became politicians – Oby Ezekwesili speaks on election violence



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SHAMELESS politicians we have in Nigeria especially THIEFNUBU and his agbado urchins. Pathetic lots. Failed State. Ogun kill EYE Neck.

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You are a fool,you brought the rage on yourself when you wanted to force an Ibo man to rule us. You think we will sit back and watch you take over ?

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I don’t know how darkness is ruling over light. I’m so tired. Yorubas are getting political appointments abroad, and we all hail them as one of our own. They are not even voting for an ibo person. They are voting for Yoruba and people still have a problem with it

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Madam,you really wanted us to sit back and watch you guys take over Lagos from us ? Did you see any Yoruba man trying to be Governor in the East? You wanted to make a guy that doesn’t even speak Yoruba to be our Governor ? You are a joke to think we will watch you win.

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Will you shut that your long mouth up? Where were you when the igbos were claiming that Lagos is no man’s land? Now that the bonafide people of Lagos have shown them small action, I hope the igbos will have sense. You, Ezekwesili, Obi and Emefiele are very tribalistic. It is evidence no matter how hard you try to hide it.

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Educated fools like this ugly mutherfucker are the real cause of this problems , they keep encouraging the bullshit with their utterance. That is the reason Tinubu and his fools like MC make use of the opportunity, we all saw so many Twitter spaces where they openly incited violence, but this idiots will never condemn or speak up against it , but the mad politicians take the advantage

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Madam,when you were with your man friend Olusegun Obasanjo you did worst,your PDP Government was known for heavy corruption and intimidation. You don’t have the moral right to be saying this.

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Let us stop this tribal bigotry. Call this out holistically. The Ibo and Ibo violence in the SE is caused by who. Or who is disenfranchising the ibo man in Anambra or Enugu. Tribal bigots should be called out completely. From Lagos to kano to Anambra simple

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They know that Igbos commuted no offence, our only offense is being successful wherever we enter. Their jealousy is overwhelming.

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Its because of the seaport here thats why lagosians are feeling like king, let them open other seaports and see mass exodus of SE/SS people. When lagos becomes empty, all these their shakara will end.

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They purposely sowed seed of discourse between igbos and yorubas using ethnicity as a weapon. I pity any igbo girl married to yorubas family or any igbo person worshipping in yoruba church. From today i stop attending redeem. They never liked us and from today i will be cruel to yoruba people. This is my opinion

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Please cool down, Ma’am. The deliberate action of some few misguided and disgruntled elements in Lagos should not be transfered to Sanwo-Olu and Tinubu !!! Please note that the PDP Govt you were part of did not do better.

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Woman relax, just relax, the Lord of host, the Mighty man in battle, will soon recompense them. Those that have hand in doing evil, will soon received their reward. Except if there no God in heaven.

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Only if you have the same energy for Monday sit at home and Simon Ekpa!!! Just opening mouth dey talk rubbish, wetin concern igbos with lagos election.just wan Centre forward igbos, igbos are visitors and lagos will play host to them and that’s that. Like wetin concern any yoruba with SE election, just forget talk madam, nobody seen any igbo people getting attacked,stop spreading bigotry. Both tribes respects eachother space so we no fight igbos oo

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God bless you for speaking the truth! By the way, These their sponsors, Tinubu, MC Olumo, Sanwo Olu etc should all be in jail for these atrocities they unleashed on Ndi-Igbo in Lagos and across Nigeria. This is not one Nigeria. The Igbos should be discussing separation. They must stop investing in Lagos. Igbos fought civil war between 1968 to 1970. No reparation was paid to them, They remained marginalised . However, by 1976 the Igbos bounced back and became one of the most prosperous and most educated ethnic group in Nigeria as of today. They still remained marginalised, oppressed and discriminated. Nigeria need a referendum immediately.

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Why so much hatred for the President-elect? Why don’t you wait for him to be sworn in before you start to assume that is going to be his style of leadership. Judge him by his actions. Stop acting like a sore loser and be objective Madam!!!

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Yoruba did nothing to the igbos,that any small thing you people will insult the entire on your character nobody hate you, you just have dominant spirit.

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Great , bold and honest woman. God bless you for speaking the truth. Everyone that is behind this evil , everyone that supports this evil, everyone that jubilates in the face of this evil, God summer visit them and their generations with evil

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Is Lagos the only state igbos reside? Abi what is all these stress about lagos. Igbos are just bent of making tinubu feel bad. If all the igbo killing should continue during tinubu’s presidency, you people should just keep it to your south east. Kill yourselves all u want

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Madam, things were normal until Igbos started making aggressive claim that na them get Lagos, say Lagos is in South East and no longer South West. I hope they can use that energy to develop Onitsha and stop claiming another man’s land.

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We should all condemn Political violence all over Nigeria. But I don’t expect you to turn it to ethnic issue. Are you saying that only Igbos are members of LP? When you set Nigeria on fire, you and your enemy Tinubu will just take your passports and travel to any country of your choice while we will be left behind to bear the brunt. ‘Madam due process’ please follow the due process rather than orchestrating a rage among two great ethnic groups in Nigeria

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You are wrong madam, Yorubas only reset their brains when they were constantly insulted and told they would loose Lagos. Yorubas have nothing against any ethnic group. They only reacted when the insults and bullying was just too much. Not everyone can be shouting upandan like chioma apotha

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Well said madam.👍🏻 Now lead a US VISA Barn against both tribalists and their dog, MC Oluomo. In fact, let their children also be deported. The US has promised to sanction enemies of our democratic process.

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Tinubu has made Lagos his personal fiefdom that people now believed that Tinubu is the creator and owner of Lagos. Whereas Lagos has always been there even before Tinubu became anything, the Igbos has been well established in Lagos before the coming of Tinubu they now want to make it look like there was no Lagos before the coming of Tinubu. This is the same madness they will be taking to Abuja. He will still claim he built Abuja. May God forbid.

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It is unfortunate that as educated as you are, you can talk from ethnic point of view by mentioning the innocent governor and Tinubu names without any evidence but just because few incidents occurs in some few places in Lagos and every parts of the country including your region. Now madam, how many deaths have been recorded so far in the East in this election compare to west and Lagos. So who is responsible for the violents that happened in the East? Is it Tinubu again? Nobody heard your voice when the known gunmen from the same East were killing your people on your land and your people running to Lagos everyday. Dr Akiyilu, the husband of late professor Dora Akiyilu was murdered in his state in the East, you did not talk or hold the state governor or anybody responsible. Tell us how many Igbos have being killed in Lagos? Tomorrow you will rush to Church and claim to be holy by lying and castigating another human being for parochial interest.

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Fresh video reveals CJN Ariwoola’s true location, activity



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Alleged UK Meeting with Tinubu: Fresh Video Reveals CJN Ariwoola's True Location

  • Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Justice Kayode Ariwoola was spotted in Abuja on Friday, March 24
  • The CJN was seen leaving the Supreme Court in Abuja for the usual Friday prayers amid claims that he is in London with Bola Ahmed Tinubu
  • This latest update dismisses the unfounded speculation that Tinubu is trying to buy Ariwoola’s heart as the head of Nigeria’s judiciary

Amid rumours that he was in a private meeting with President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN) Justice Kayode Ariwoola has been spotted in Abuja.

CJN Ariwoola, according to Channels TV, was seen on Friday, March 24, leaving the Supreme Court for the Ansar-Ud-Deen Central Mosque in Abuja to observe his prayers.

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The CJN was seen leaving the Supreme Court in Abuja (Photo: @channelstv)

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The speculations that Ariwoola is in London with Tinubu are fuelling suspicion that the latter is making smart moves to buy the former’s heart while court cases surrounding the outcome of the presidential election abound.

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Presidential election tribunal: Did Tinubu, CJN Ariwoola meet in UK? Fresh details emerge

Amid several news reports about a meeting between Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Tinubu and the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Kayode Ariwoola, in the United Kingdom, Ahmed Raji (SAN) has dismissed such claims.

Raji said the reports were false and were an attempt to mar the image of the Supreme Court of Justice.

As reported by the Nigerian Tribune, Raji revealed on Thursday, March 23, that Justice Ariwoola was indeed in the United Kingdom but was there only on medical leave but returned to Nigeria in the early hours of Thursday.

Meanwhile, a series of reports confirmed that Tinubu had left the country on health grounds as well.

Raji said:

“It is in the news since Tuesday evening that Tinubu was travelling to Europe for medical reasons as well as for lesser hajj, further reports indicated that he is in France to meet with his medical doctor, why would somebody now link that to the CJN that has left Nigeria for the UK since Saturday to observe his own medical session and just came back today (Thursday) as meeting?”


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Jubilation as Court of Appeal gives verdict on PDP’s suit seeking to disqualify Tinubu, Shettima, awards N5m fine



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  • President-elect Bola Tinubu secured another victory at the Court of Appeal in Abuja on Monday, March 24
  • The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had asked the appellate court to disqualify Tinubu and the vice president-elect Kashim Shettima, claiming they were not properly nominated
  • However, the court dismissed the suit for lacking in merit and awarded a fine of N5 million against the PDP

FCT, Abuja – The Court of Appeal in Abuja has dismissed a suit by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) seeking to disqualify the president-elect, Bola Tinubu and the vice president-elect, Kashim Shettima, from participating in the February 25 presidential election.

In the unanimous judgement delivered by Justice Danlami Senchi, the appellate court dismissed the appeal for lacking merit, Nigerian Tribune reported.

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The PDP lost another bid to get APC’s Bola Tinubu disqualified by the Court of Appeal. Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

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Justice Senchi described the appellant, that is the PDP, as a meddlesome interloper, holding that the court cannot be used to perform illegality.

He said the PDP failed to disclose that it has the legal right to institute the action.

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“This appeal is of no merit and it is accordingly dismissed,” the court ruled and awarded a fine of N5 million against the PDP.

2023 presidency: What is the suit about?

The PDP, whose candidate, Atiku Abubakar, came second in the presidential election had contended that the APC candidate, Tinubu, who was declared the winner of the presidential contest, was legally ineligible to participate in the poll.

The party told the court that the manner the APC and Tinubu nominated Shettima as a Vice Presidential candidate for the election, was in gross breach of the provisions of the Electoral Act, 2022, as amended.

It claimed Shettima was nominated twice, both for the Vice Presidential position, as well as for the Borno Central Senatorial seat, an action it argued contravened the law.

The PDP had lost the case at the Federal High Court in Abuja before proceeding to the appellate court. Both INEC and APC were equally cited as Respondents in the appeal.

How the APC defended itself against PDP’s suit gathers that Tinubu and Shettima, through their lawyers challenged the competence of the suit and the jurisdiction of the court to entertain it.

They contended that PDP was bereft of the locus standi (legal right) to institute the action against them.

According to them, no portion of the law conferred on the PDP, the right to dabble into the domestic affair of another political party, especially on the issue of the nomination of its candidates for an election.

The Federal High Court upheld the preliminary objection by Tinubu and Shettima and dismissed the suit for lacking in merit.

Court Orders Atiku, Peter Obi to serve petitions on Tinubu

In another report, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi of the PDP) and Labour Party (LP) have been granted permission to serve their petitions on Tinubu, Shettima and Kabir Masari through the APC.

The permission was granted alongside that of the Allied Peoples Movement (APM) by the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC). gathers that the petitioners argued before the tribunal that Tinubu, the president-elect, was avoiding their petitions.


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US, Canada strike deal on illegal migration during Biden trip



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US President Joe Biden addresses the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa
US President Joe Biden addresses the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa. Photo: Andrew Harnik / POOL/AFP

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President Joe Biden laid out a vision of world-leading US-Canadian economic cooperation in a speech to Canada’s parliament Friday, and announced that the giant neighbors had reached a deal on curbing illegal migration.

Standing ovations by Canadian lawmakers punctuated Biden’s roughly half-hour speech in Ottawa that was thick on praise for North American unity — a sentiment matched earlier when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivered his own address.

“Americans and Canadians are two peoples, two countries, in my view sharing one heart,” Biden said, getting cheers when he vowed Canada will “always be able to count on the United States.”

Biden signalled a resolution to one irritant in the close relationship, with a deal on managing the growing issue of undocumented migration on their lengthy border.

“The United States and Canada will work together to discourage unlawful border crossings,” he said. The arrangement will see undocumented asylum seekers crossing from the United States into Canada turned back, while Canada will simultaneously expand the pathway for legal entries.

The plan — similar to a crackdown on the much more heavily used US-Mexican border — has been criticized by migrants’ rights activists. However, Biden and Trudeau are both under political pressure to relieve their badly strained immigration systems and Biden said that regardless, “welcoming refugees and asylum seekers is a part of who Canadians and Americans are.”

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Biden opened his speech with a nod to Canadian bilingualism, greeting parliamentarians with “good afternoon” and “bonjour” — joking that this was as far as he’d got in four years of French at school.

And the bonhomie flowed from then on.

Biden laid out a vision of the neighbors being ever more closely bound with the joint goal of building high-tech economies and reinforcing supply chains for things like critical minerals used in electric vehicle manufacturing.

“Canada and the United States can do big things,” he concluded to more cheering. “We’re going to write the future together.”

Trudeau earlier greeted Biden at the parliament building, saying Canada has “no greater friend and ally than the United States” — a message underlined through the gift to Biden of a chocolate bar from Peace by Chocolate, a brand started by Syrian refugees.

NORAD, China, Haiti

US President Joe Biden arrives for a bilateral meeting with Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Parliament Hill in Ottawa
US President Joe Biden arrives for a bilateral meeting with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Parliament Hill in Ottawa. Photo: Mandel NGAN / AFP

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Earlier face-to-face talks between Biden and Trudeau covered a range of areas where both sides are pushing for improvements.

The US government has been pressuring Canada to increase its defense spending, which in 2022 was just 1.33 percent of GDP. This is scheduled to rise to 1.59 percent from 2026, but that’s still well below the NATO alliance requirement of minimum two percent of GDP spending.

A joint statement said that Biden and Trudeau agreed to modernizing their countries’ joint air defense alliance, NORAD, with Canada putting billions of dollars into improved radar and fighter aircraft infrastructure.

A revamped NORAD will “defend against emerging threats to our air and sea space and compete with China and Russia for years to come,” the statement said.

The two leaders reaffirmed support for pro-Western Ukraine “for as long as it takes” in its war to push back Russian invasion, and also issued a warning to China.

“Canada and the United States acknowledge the serious long-term challenge to the international order posed by the People’s Republic of China, including disruptive actions such as economic coercion, non-market policies and practices, and human rights abuses,” the statement said.

“While we will cooperate with China in areas of mutual interest, such as on climate change, we remain committed to ensuring our ability to compete effectively with China on a level playing field.”

Closer to home, the two leaders said they “remain concerned about deteriorating security in Haiti,” but did not say whether progress had been made on long-discussed plans for an international intervention force to stabilize the chaotic Caribbean nation.

Source: AFP

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