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If I were Buhari, I would probe Jonathan

03 June 2015, 15:06

If I were Buhari, I would probe Jonathan. Jonathan deserves facing the wrath of the law for the hardship he caused Nigerians. President 'Badluck' should be arraigned in court for the evil transformation he caused in Nigeria. He made us have a tip of Abacha's period thereby leaving the 'decaying' government to Buhari's hand. He rubbished the gianT of Africa by making her citizen suffer for what belongs to them...

He has been there since 2010, promising transformation but unfortunately his administration has brought increase in corruption and problems in Nigeria as a nation. The 'Hero' of democracy as rubbished the 'giant' Nigeria by causing her citizens to live in hardship in few days to hand over. President Goodluck Jonathan has made Nigerians get the tip of Abacha's period in Nigeria. But to say, Abacha's period is better!

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This is a modern world and a democratic one for that matter and an insensitive administration could manipulate the people and cause us to be in hardship. A lot of businesses have closed down, including schools because the corrupt administration couldnt profound a solution to the problem. The cabinet of the leader is corrupted and endowed with stupidity. We hope to see change in Nigeria, a lot of Nigerians can't wait to see may 29 turning in. We wish 'General' good stay in office with extra-ordinary achievements. God Bless Nigeria #OneNigeria

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