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Obasanjo: Nigeria may have been cursed  print

Published on August 13, 2013 by   ·   52 Comments

Nigeria’s former leader, Olusegun Obasanjo said the country may have been cursed with poor and irresponsible leaders.

He said this today while giving a keynote address at the 4th Annual Ibadan Sustainable Development Summit organised by Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Ibadan, in collaboration with African Sustainable Development Network.

According to him, if Nigerians were yet to commend a leader after 53 years of independence, “Then we are jinxed and cursed; we should all go to hell.”

He condemned the younger generation of leaders in the country, saying they lack integrity and probity and have failed their people woefully.

Making specific reference to his Vice President for eight years, Atiku Abubakar; former governor of Lagos State, Bola Tinubu; former Speaker, House of Representatives, Salisu Buhari; former Bayelsa State Governor, Deprieye Alamieyeseigha; and others as younger generation of leaders, the former President said Nigeria was not lucky even with them.

“We had some people who were under 50years in leadership positions. One of them was James Ibori, where is he today? One of them was Alamieyeseigha, where is he today? Lucky Igbinedion, where is he today?

“The youngest was the Speaker, (Salisu) Buhari; you can still recall what happened to him. You said Bola Tinubu is your master. What Buhari did was not anything worse than what Bola Tinubu did.

“We got them impeached. But in this part of the world some people covered up the other man. The man claimed he went to Government College, Ibadan but the governor (Oyo State) went to Government College and packed all the documents so that they would not know that he did not go there.

“I wanted someone who would succeed me so I took Atiku. Within a year, I started seeing the type of man Atiku is. And you want me to get him there?

“I once went to Tanzania because Julius Nyerere recognised Biafra. He told me not to mind his aides and others in government. They would say they have one house in town but their five year old sons and daughters would have houses all over.

“Some of you who are condemning the leadership would get there tomorrow and it will be a different story. Only very few are actually good.

“Abacha, my predecessor got $750m. Through our lawyer in Switzerland we recovered $1.25bn and the lawyer still said there is probably still another $1bn to be recovered. In 1979 we had 20 new ships specially built for Nigeria. When I came back 20 years after, the national shipping line had liquidated.

“The whole thing is not just about leadership. If we talk about good leadership you should also talk about good followers. If you talk about human right you should also talk about human duties and obligations.

“It is sad that after 53years of independence we have no leader that we can commend. The problem in Africa is that when one person takes over he would not see any good thing that his predecessor did. Let us condemn but with caution,” the former military ruler and two-term democractically elected president said.

The former president’s speech was not all a diatribe against the younger generation of leaders.

He was also concerned with the high level of youth unemployment and the general insecurity in Nigeria. He called for concerted efforts to tackle youth unemployment.

“The vulnerability we are all exposed to because of having millions of unemployed people can only worsen when the problem is treated with neglect.

“The Nigerian state is currently beset by myriad of security, economic, environmental and social challenges.

“The issue of security is most pervasive not only in terms of Boko Haram, but also in terms of armed robbery, kidnapping, corruption, flood, erosion, drug and human trafficking,” he said.

Obasanjo, who identified exemplary leadership as a corollary to providing an avenue for citizens to enjoy the dividends of democracy, said efforts to restore peace in the country must be sustained.

“Without adequate mechanism to restore peace, the country risks losing more lives and property and in particular the goal of sustainable development would be out of reach,” he added.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ibadan, Isaac Adewole said he was worried about the fate that could befall the country as she holds her general elections in 2015.

•Obasanjo: Nigeria may have been cursed

•Obasanjo: Nigeria may have been cursed

“We have not raised question about the scenario where 35 people found it difficult to conduct credible election in this country,” the don said in reference to the election of the Chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum that has polarized Nigeria’s 36 state governors.

Prof. Isaac Adewole noted that the summit was taking place at a time when the continent was experiencing an upturn in development.

“Africa is rising, and the trajectory and sustainability of this rise command intellectual engagement in the light of the general trends and challenges of development globally,” he said.

Prof. Ndowa Lale, the President of ASUNET, called on Obasanjo to help underwrite the hosting of the summit in 2014.

.Rewritten from reports by Premiumtimesng.com and News Agency of Nigeria

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52 Comments for “Obasanjo: Nigeria may have been cursed”

  1. PRINCE

    It is true that leader can easily be criticised by followers, but when the followere get to the trone, the goal post shift, What are the problems? In-sincerity and closed door policy to the electorate affects the leaders because :
    Only masses read news directly while some one read and filter the news for the rich.
    Only the masses drive through highways while rich only drive when commisioning or going/coming to and from Airport.
    Only masses remember the manifesto line by line while the leaders know their enemies and threat from dream to reality.

    • Julius Joel

      When you get people like Abati and Adeniyi to edit top newspapers, the masses should now be educsted and note the deceit anc misinformation coming from theirnewspspers. Now Abati is in government and the country has never seen such insecurity as we witness today. Abati sings a different song while Adeniyi still in ThisDay never saw anything wrong. May armed kidnappers cardy them away and never seen again for the hsrm they did to this country.

  2. Wale

    “Nough said” sir; watch many fools come abode and call you names without reading and understanding what you just said. which is totally the Truth.
    But when they hear your name, their blood pressure hits the ceilings.

    Of all the names OBJ mentioned, which one of them is found or could be found innocent? NONE.
    mind you, guys read it very well, he didn’t exonerate himself.
    That’s who you call a man, all the names he mentioned are still alive. except Abacha.

    • Daniel Daniels

      I beg to differ sir. Obj is a father figure though, as such we owe him respect. But he does not look to me a statesman, though more than any other Nigerian, he had and perhaps he still has, ample opportunity to bequeat to us the nation of our collective dreams. But he chose to plunder the opportunity through avarice and lust fo absolute power. Mandela had left for him a model, he easily could have replicated the African icon but again he looked the other way. Come to think of it, these names obasanjo reeled out as having failed the country, were they not his creations? Recall that these were persons he had through fiat imposed on the Nigerian electorates in collaboration with his pdp? Though we shouted blue mother, yet he never cared in his characteritic display of imperial display of power. Let it be told that the old man elevated corruption and electoral fraud to the highest heights of all times. He owes the new generation an apology. God bless nigeria.

      • wilonos

        daniel thank youoo but you forgot something, oby is talking of insecurity, he introduced politicians to free assess to arms in carry out do or die politics of winning at costs even if the head of his mother is required. people view him as an soldier hence he allow it. now so called had equally distributed the arms. to their boys but could recover them because they disappointed them after winning or loosing. let ask the obtain. if he has recover all. the ammunition he imported to fight for third team or those he acquired to threatened stimulate. let ask him why he permitted importation of fuel products instead of rebuilding our refinery in kaduna, warrior and ph. let us ask him. what happened to DSC aladga kogi. he should explain electricity problem in nigeria.
        TRUE, he suppose to. be to nigerian from the prison yards.

      • ify

        You are a careful, observant, and upright Nigerian. Your write up was well articulated. Thanks elder statesman.

    • Wale

      Wale this man has made his money and the end is coming , he only know what is happening here in nigeria and few part of the world but he did not know what is going to happen at the other side ,let just leav this pple to run their mouth, while they are still alive am very sure that they all knew that they disgrace to themself, OBJ is talking about 53 years of nigeria and how those pple children got houses all over the world, he never mention about how many buldings he got her in south africa, am not talking about house i mean buldings, let just see if their going to die one day or not, yeye pple

  3. collins

    Obj,are you talking?every leader in this so called country is a big disgrace!shame to you all!

  4. collins

    Foolish leaders!your children and generations of you peoples families are all cursed,I wish Biafra succeeded

  5. naubiko

    No wonder he sleeps with his sons wife and he’s always broke no
    Matter how he steals. I bet he thinks he needs to come back and fix Nigeria .

  6. manny

    TALK IS CHEAP.
    53 years after Independence,Gowon-IBB-OBJ have ruled us 50% of the time.
    Where are we today? Education,Energy,Infrastructure,Health care and Rule of Law all in shambles.
    OBJ had ample opportunities more than any of the past Nigerian rulers to make things right,but he flunked.
    We the followers are not dumb,If you perform as a ruler,people will appreciate you,irrespective of what your opponents might say.
    I am an Egba Man and I’m not impressed with OBJ as a leader.PERIOD

    • kogberegbe

      Is this the same Aremu obj- who during his last presidency- Claims it is not the duty of Government to provide Employment.What the hell is he talking about? If not because of people like Bola Tinubu and other eminent Nigerians that formed Nadeco- would he have been freed or returned alive to again rule this( cursed ) Nation. Such an ungrateful Bastard. May your sins never ever be forgiven for massive decay you met and left the ( cursed ) country. O ma see oo. You and your entire family nd those you shared your loot with – be @ the hoooteeeest part of HELL. Amen.

  7. Odeghe Andrew

    It is obvious that Nigeria has leadership problem. What could be the solution to this problem?

  8. I began to lose patience and my heart bleeds over the Obasanjo speech.I agree with part and condemn the other.We had the Sir Tafawa Balewa,Generals Murtala and Buhari.These leaders are up to today of highly proven integrity and of unquestionable character to beat.2015 without Buhari would only be a waste.

    • Baba Iyabo, u re a big fool. During ur regim wat did u do 4 Nig?. 1 think dat the only thing will gain frm u is only Hand set. Every people dat is treating us badly, God will surely punish him or her Family. We are suffering in Nigeria and our leaders don’t care.

  9. Ogbeni N.

    baba you should blame it on FESTAC 77

  10. patapata

    After 11 years OBJ was unable to groom a successor. He left us we with Kindergartens to rule us. Alams & Buhari he mentioned are enjoyiing presidential pardons granted by those he handed over to. Soon ibori will be back to enjoy pardon. OBj should. Pleas take his preaching to Aso Rock where his boys are

  11. Melvis

    Wa oh quiet interesting Oga OBJ can comes out today to identified Nigeria problems, is okey glory be to God, but can we imagen if some body like OBJ can releazed himself today becos he is no longer in power, dem who is fooling who? Younger generation have disappointed him on which legacy he left behind? Pls Oga OBJ this country is over populated and been enjoyed by by few that is d problem think about it. Thks Melvis

  12. Baba Iyabo is only God can forgive u, b/c you really hurt us in Nigeria.

  13. boy yo yo

    let leave this big obj alone cos he gave us kindergarten president who could not give us light.

  14. OLUGBENGA OGUNSANYA

    The Federal Government of Nigeria should reorientate all Nigerians to be patriotic and of good behaviour. This crusade should be followed by exemplary and good behaviours by our leaders. The Government can activate this crusade by promoting the etablishment of War Against Indisciplines and Corruptions (WAIC) brigades in all communities accross Nigeria. We have many Nigerians who will be ready to join the Brigade without demanding remuneration from Government.

  15. Abiola A

    As at today,OBJ remained perhaps the most experienced leader this country has.Most of the happenings today would have been handled better under him. I will however not forgive you for putting us in this mess.
    1.You gave us an Umaru of all better qualified Nigerians when your planned third term failed.
    2.Your elections are the most fraudulent resulting in the likes of the people you wanted NOT PEOPLES WISH.
    3.Past leaders (including yourself) are the biggest head ache of the current government -when your interest(personal in most cases) are threatened.

    WITH A GUARANTEED FREE AND FAIR ELECTION,WITH TIME WE SHALL BE THERE.

  16. USMAN BAYERO

    @PATAPATA! UR FATHER WHO REFER JONATHAN AS KINDERGATEEN PRESIDENT, WHAT DID HE ACHIEVED WHEN HE WAS IN GOVERNMENT. TALK IS CHEAP, THAT IS WHY PEOPLE HERE MAKE FOOLISH COMMENTS.
    OBJ REMAINS THE BEST SO FAR…A VERY DETRIBALISED LEADER UNLIKE SOME OF UR PEOPLE FROM THE SOUTH WEST.

    • omad

      he forgot mentioning his daughter, dat stole d all d money meant for health sector wen she was chring sen commtt on health

  17. Tayelolu

    If Nigeria was to be a great country , OBJ was in the best position to have taken Nigeria to a greater height. He had ample opportunity that would have made him not a forgotten hero in Nigeria but he also failed. He was busy pursuing the third term Agenda while he kept increasing the fuel price and punishing the masses. The large area of Land he occupied in Ogun state has made the area to look underdeveloped while exposing the people in that area to attack from armed robbers and all short of crimes. If Nigeria was cursed, then who was cursed??. Now, he started accusing Atiku while he also out of selfishness put his daughter and friends in government while the masses were to succumbed under their family dictatorship. The points he made here are true but he was also one of the major contributors.

  18. pepsay

    Tnx OBJ. BUT IN YOUR EIGHT YEARS, YOU HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO CHANGE THE WHEEL OF FATE OF NIGERIA. YOU TRIED BUT FAILED DESPITE THE FACT THAT YOU HAD ALL THE POWERS TO DO SO. YOU ARE NOW CRITICISING INSTEAD OF PROFFERING A SOLUTION. A NIGERIAN LEADER WHO IS AFRAID TO DEAL WITH TRIBAL OR RELIGIOUS SENTIMENTS AND WHO IS NOT JUST, FAIR AND TRANSPARENT IN ALL HIS DEALINGS CANNOT BE A SUCCESSFUL LEADER. A LEADER WHO IS NOT CONTENTED WITH HIS SALARY AND ALLOWANCES CANNOT DISCIPLINE AN ERRING OFFICER WHO IS CORRUPT, AND SO CANNOT SUCCEED AS A LEADER. MOST OF OUR LEADERS DID NOT AND WILL NOT SUCCEED BECAUSE THEY HAVE THEIR HANDS SOILED IN UNCLEAN THINGS FROM DAY ONE OF THEIR LEADERSHIP SO INEVITABLY THEY MUST FAIL. THEY PROFESS A KIND OF RELIGION OR BELIEF BUT DO NOT PRACTISE ITS TENETS FOR THE GOOD OF HUMANITY. THEY SIMPLY LACK THE WILL AND COURAGE TO CHANGE THINGS. THEREFORE, NIGERIA SHALL CONTINUE TO EXPERIENCE STAGNATION OR DECLINE UNTIL WE HAVE LEADERS WHO ARE READY TO SACRIFICE THEIR LIVES TO EFFECT A POSITIVE CHANGE. THIS CHANGE CAN EASILY COME THROUGH THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BECAUSE THIS IS WHERE, THEORETICALLY, WE HAVE THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEOPLE.

  19. ofolade

    If Nigeria is cursed then Obasanjo is the vehicle through Nigeria became cursed by the simple fact dat he has never allowed credible elections to be held in Nigeria after denying Awolowo a man acknowlegde by most to be a good leader he left Shagari who made a mess of things allowing d military excuse to come back leading to d Abacha he mentioned after he came back in 1991 he ruled for 8yrs with d legacy of investing $16B in power infastrure without generaing a single KW of electricity out of anger for not being allowed a 3rd term he now fostered a very sick man on the country leadig to all the problem we have now. I make bold to say when Obasanjo leaves d scene dat curse will gradually be lifted

  20. ofolade

    After he came back in 1999…..

  21. Al-miskeen

    The end time is cast for all doers’ of good and evil, truly man is condemned not to judge, but we can all testify the mismanagement undergone during his tenure. Looting of public fund in the greatest order, if this man preaching has Nigerians at heart, guise he wouldn’t has imposed Yar adua (may his memory live forever), knowing fully well his state of heart. He again clamouring about the youth, did the youths of today enjoyed what you enjoyed during your days, the likes of leader during your generation built national integrity which YOU (OBJ) was a beneficiary of such honors. Gen. obasanjo, you have outlive your existence, you are just strolling the path for honour, of which you will never get. You knew the needful in the time the nation needs a breeze to survival, but you refuse to comment due to selfless interest, marginalization and other thing you know of. The present generation and the next generation will never forgive you.

  22. Tanx 4 rubbing salt into ur injury Obj.Whose product are those names mentioned except Tinubu?Hw much was in ur Account b4 u became d president in 1999 nd wat’s ur worth now?Wia is ur 419 daughter nd her illgotten loots?etc.I think dis baba shud jst shut up -is a disgrace nt 2 Yoruba race alone bt 2 all Nigerians.

  23. bola916

    What else will you expect from someone that deliberately committed “INCEST” against his own son; charity begins at home, Aremu Obasanjo is a conieving bigot speaking in forked tongue; By the way, where is Iyabo Obasanjo; her political carrier suddenly went into the sinkhole; this is one of Obasanjo’s children groomed, and “sacrificed” for success; Baba Aremu, explain to the Nation the condition of your daughter, Iyabo. Eni d’eru leru to, elete l’ete ye, hun, hun inu elede inu e n’igbe; Aremu Obasanjo, ruled Nigeria for almost 13 years; during his tenure, he intimidated high court judges, left us in darkness, wasted nearly 20 billion dollars in electrification alone, over 500 billion Naira wasted on the country’s infrastructure; Obasanjo himself admitted publicly that his transportation minister, Tony Anineh squandered the fund earmarked for the construction of S/S east roads; he destroys the education system. Now, he positions himself as the litmus test to perfection; this was the man that said even Jesus Christ could not run a credible election in Nigeria; yes, he probably be right, because he understands the damages he left behind.

  24. revolutinary answer

    what do you expect from a man who lack moral requisite to lead a country as diverse as Nigeria. one wonder where ODB (Old Dirty Bastard) got the idea that the country is cursed rather than saying it like it should be, that Nigerian leaders are cursed not the country. ok ! leadership(head ) is reflection of a country if you make good decisions/policies then the country wouldn’t have been where it is in first place and all those names mentioned are not new to us as matter of fact am still shocked that you didn’t mentioned your names and Gbenga Daniels we are still waiting to see if all these corrupts office holder in the past will outlive their life span

  25. Aberhire friday

    Oga obj is saying d country is curse and he forgot he is one of them who put us in dis perious time, he should be ashame of himself for coming out in d public to talk senceless talk.

  26. Arise O compatroit!

    Obasanjo is always accusing others forgetting that he is a principal part of this corrupt system that breed unprecedented corruption and rot in Nigeria. He was brought into power by rigging laden electoral process. He is the father of the most corrupt party and the most corrupt political leaders in Nigeria. How can he absolve himself of corruption?

  27. mike smada

    obj is right dat nig has been cursed d curse started on his head wen he passed govt to shagari in 79 shagari ruled no head no tail if nigs have allowed buari n idiagbon to rule then we would have got peace in nig but ibb stole power suffer head started abiola won ibb annulled election put shonekan ,abacha murderer took over got killed for his hand work abubakar came in pass govt to obj passed govt to kindergatten president jona the sleeper mr go slow obj knows what is talking about they should all be killed if not nig will never progress j.j.rawlings came around n said it. let opc massob boko haram come together n arrest allpast presidents n vices govs ministers commissioners lg charimen collect d money they stole n properties n let them face firing squard then nig will thanksprogress.

  28. A. O . Elumeziem

    I totally disagree with the former president Obasanjo. All the names he mentioned, he was the one that made them what they are and he also destroyed them. Atiku knows the intrigues of politics more than Obasanjo then though the former president picked him as his vice after Atiku won the governorship primaries of Adamawa PDP. Alamieyeseigha was fighting for the rights of Ijaws as the president general and the destruction of their land when Obasanjo set him up because of his support for Atiku or do we say of James Ibori whom Obasanjo saw as a tin god in PDP and who massively supported Yar Adua’s presidential campaign with Delta State money and became powerful during the regime. Was it not Obansajo who supported Salisu Buhari to become the Speaker of House of Representative then before his impeachment. I agree that he does not know these people very well but he introduced them to the corrupt practices they involved themselves in. The problem of bad leadership today is caused by him because he did not consult the people very well before appointing the late Yar’Adua as his successor whom he rightly know that was sick.

  29. Nigerian,let us forget the past and think about the next election because OBJ himself knew that none of them ll go free and youpeople should becareful and think about the Tinubu party is God that grant lagos a good man not the party they jurst take the advantage and copy him becaus that is not who they are.

  30. ogebaby globaby

    obj u re disgrace to this nation u ve the got to said that nigeria is cursed,idoit like u

  31. OBJ is right and He is still the father…..No matter what happen this man is the best man in Nigeria….He make us feel more happy, he restore Nigeria back on the track …..May be u will not see it now but in the Future u will know the act of OBJ…..Hausa would have destroy our wealth……….Thanks to God like people of OBJ……Keep saying something because u have the secret of all Government from A -Z……………mICHAEL aBIDJAN

  32. jerryfranklyn emeka

    Is it not OBJ that invested millions of dollar in Liberia on farming? Knowing fully well that his country or people lack employment, since he has established Ota-farm why didn,t he go to eastern or northern part to invest, rather than going to Liberia. And today, he is here attributing the problems of our leaders as if he was not part of it. Anyway, this is just awake up call, to nigerians but i will make it clear to OBJ that the problem of the country lies on him.

    • wale

      Jerry; do little bit of research before commenting on what you are not sure of.
      OBJ already has agricultural investments in all those places you mentioned.

      • jerryfranklyn emeka

        ya wale, can you tell where exactly in the eastern part that obj has farm, for atleast i am familiar with some eastern states. i don,t doubt, 2times presido and once head of states, is capable of acquiring the whole nation if he wished.

  33. kogberegbe

    POPE came to Nigeria and offered -God BLESS Nigeria . OBJ says Nigeria is CURSED. GEJ says Nigeria was created by God.- Maybe Lord Lugard is GEJ’s GOD. What a doctorate holder—- Okay anyway it was in the Animal Department.

  34. Michael Jolayemi

    I do not agree with Gen. Obasanjo that Nigeria was cursed. All past leaders should do personal soul searching to see how Satan has used them to change the good direction of this blessed country and contributed nothing positive to the development of the nation. The political and spiritual leaders of this nation have been occupied by the evils. All past leaders including Mr. Obasanjo should ask for forgiveness before they die.

  35. Charles O.

    No difference between those Obj is accusing and himself even some of them are even better than himself, after eight years he tried a failed 3rd time where our money was used like ordinary paper but no way, but now Obj is now accusing others, who is the worst? I beg Nigerians are tired of our failed past leaders. God bless Nigeria.

  36. kingsley

    OBJ…. ARE YOU TALKING,A FOOL LIKE YOU CAN SAY SOMETHING WHEN YOU HAD NIGERIA FOR HOW MANY YEARS AND YOU NEVER DID A THING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF OUR PEOPLE,RATHER YOU USED YOUR POSITION TO BETTER YOU AND YOUR FAMILY…I DON’T KNOW WHY YOU ARE NOT IN PRISON FOR THE REST OF YOUR STUPID LIFE AND SHUT THE HELL UP….WHO ASKEd YOU TO SPEAK, DO YOU REALLY SPEAK ENGLISH?

  37. Hisreal

    OBJ, are u yourself ? Abi you don dey kolo small small. Haba.

  38. ARE WE CURSED OR ARE WE THE CAUSE?
    “A curse causeless shall not come” says the Holy Bible. Bad leadership and irresponsible followership
    are the causes of our misfortunes. As Nigerians we must focus our attention in ensuring that our mistakes of the past will not hamper our bright future. We must focus on the solutions. Focus is an indispensable of succes we must not ignore. In this global village, we must focus our effort and development on production of goods and services that will help us compete in the global market. Selfless leaders are wanted. Let us believe in the changes we can effect. We should invest our time in skills acquisition and development and youth empowerment. Let’s look around and see opportunities in problems and fit into one to solve them instead of criticizing others.
    A new Nigeria is a possibility. It begins with you and me. God bless Nigeria!

  39. Ogonna J

    Good and articulate speech, but i think he should reserve it for the next at most tweenty years when he will stand before the judgment throne of God to account for what has happened to Nigeria to his creator. Our leaders have forgoten that at the most all they have to spend here on earth is one hundred and twenty years and they will go to give account of their transaction on Nigeria leadership affair to their creator. However, it is too late to cry, because the younger generation were never given any proper foundation rather, they were only exposed to poverty, hardship, unemployment, Godfatherism, trabalism, nepotism, injustice, luxiry, social class difference etc by the older leaders. May God have mercy.

  40. Viking

    obj is drowned. bcos of love of material tins. his selfish and greed made it impossible for him to see good in Nigeria. until he recovers from 3rd term shocks his mouth will stll be licking. Nigeria is God’s hidden treasure. and someone/pple are not comfortable with it. obj wants to go for surgery to reduce his age. but u see

  41. ADDY

    Posterity will surely judge, Baba Iyabo you `re also among the intruders who spoiled Nigeria. Pls. keep shut & wait for Gods judgement, you`re a disgrace to the Egbas & the entire Nigeria.

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