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PostSubject: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 5:39 am

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President Goodluck Jonathan on
Friday said there was no truth in
the claim by a national leader of
the All Progressives Congress,
Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, that he
offered the former Lagos State
governor the opportunity to serve
as Vice President in a proposed
Interim National Government.
Jonathan, who spoke with State
House correspondents in Abuja
through his Special Adviser on
Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben
Abati, described Tinubu’s claim as
absurd and ridiculous.
Tinubu had in a statement by his
media office on Thursday claimed
that the recent attacks on his
person were because he rejected
the offer by Jonathan to serve as
the Vice President in an ING.
He claimed that having refused the
offer, the President was looking for
ways to take him out either by
killing him or getting him arrested
based on trumped up charges.
But Abati insisted that the position
of Jonathan had remained that the
idea of an ING is treasonable.
He said the President had made it
clear that he had neither proposed
the idea at any forum nor discussed
it with anybody.
He added that as a democratically
elected President, Jonathan’s
ambition could never be to head an
ING under whatever circumstances.
The presidential spokesman said
Jonathan was going into the March
28 presidential election with the
conviction that he had performed
well and majority of Nigerians
would vote for him massively.
He explained that the President
therefore had no reason
whatsoever to support such an
unconstitutional proposition as ING,
which would amount to assault on
democratic principles.
He said, “If you de-construct the
statement that purportedly
emanated from the office of
Asiwaju Tinubu, you will see again
the absurd nature of it.
“The absolutely ridiculous nature of
it in the sense that given the
configuration of Nigeria, it is not
likely, totally impossible to have an
ING arrangement in which you will
have a southerner as the President
and then another southerner as
Vice President.
“It is absurd. It is not something
that is likely to work given the
nature of our politics.
“But the Tinubu camp putting out
that statement, were so much in a
hurry to engage in their usual
game of deceiving the public about
the current electoral process, that
the emptiness, the hollowness, the
shallowness of their proposition
escaped them.”
Abati appealed to Nigerians to
dismiss Tinubu’s claim as “another
gimmick coming from a desperate
political group seeing that defeat is
steering them in the face and are
resorting to greater desperation.”
He said Nigerians might witness
greater desperation from the
opposition’s camp as the nation
gets closer to the general
elections.
“But our appeal to Nigerians is that
this country is greater than
everyone’s ambition and at the end
of the day what is important is
Nigeria. “
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 10:59 pm

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@20manlotto wrote:
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Who's a liar nw?
Tinubu
hw do u get knw
tinubu nah big liar
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 11:01 pm

@20manlotto wrote:
@OLOBE wrote:
Who's a liar nw?
Tinubu
comfirm liar
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 11:04 pm

Na granpa be dat
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sat 14 Mar 2015, 11:14 pm

grand pa of who buhari?
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 5:37 am

@smile2012 wrote:
Na granpa be dat
Abi o
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 5:39 am

aneke peter chukwujekwu wrote:
grand pa of who buhari?
Grandpa of lag
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 8:27 am

@OLOBE wrote:
@20manlotto wrote:
@OLOBE wrote:
Who's a liar nw?
Tinubu
hw do u get knw
I think that you are from OSUN State, what happen to the five month salary
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 11:03 am

They fixed it to yield interest before pay. There's God o
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PostSubject: Egypt sacks 41 judges for ‘supporting’ Brotherhood   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 12:49 pm

Disciplinary court orders their
compulsory retirement accusing
them of supporting outlawed
group, state media reports.
According to Aljazeera, Egypt’s state
media reports that a disciplinary
court has ordered 41 judges into
compulsory retirement for
supporting the outlawed Muslim
Brotherhood, the latest move in a
sweeping crackdown on political
dissent.
The Disciplinary Council headed by
Nabil Zaki, a judge, did not
immediately release the reason for
its decision on Saturday.
The government has implemented
a harsh crackdown on Islamists and
secular political opponents since
July 2013, when then-army chief
Abdel Fattah el-Sisi ousted Islamist
President Mohamed Morsi
following mass protests against his
rule.
Reuters reported that 31 of the
judges were sent into compulsory
retirement for signing a statement
condemning Morsi’s removal.
Another 10 were removed from
their posts for joining the ‘Judges
for Egypt’ group, which supported
the Brotherhood even before
Morsi’s removal, citing judicial
sources.
Egyptian law prohibits judges from
engaging in politics, but critics and
human rights groups say the
judicial disciplinary court has
turned a blind eye to judges who
openly support the government of
Sisi, who was elected president last
year.
The government says the judiciary
is independent and it never
intervenes in its work.
“The decision is shocking and it is a
massacre of the judges,” Ahmed El-
Khatib, one of the punished judges,
said, but declined comment about
whether he supported the
Brotherhood or not.
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 12:51 pm

Can these happen here in Nigeria ?
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 3:05 pm

@eddyvic wrote:
aneke peter chukwujekwu wrote:
grand pa of who buhari?
Grandpa of lag
okay
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 11:00 pm

Enough of abusing buhari
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Sun 15 Mar 2015, 11:29 pm

@OLOBE wrote:
Enough of abusing buhari
lolz.
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PostSubject: Re: Jonathan says I didn’t offer Tinubu interim govt slot   Mon 16 Mar 2015, 4:39 am

@OLOBE wrote:
Enough of abusing buhari
Tell them o
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