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42days After, Who Is Responsible?

It is exactly 42days after the inauguration of our new president and also after the governors have lost their mighty immunity privilege; a single governor has not been arrested.

Who is responsible for this total stalemate?

        1. Yar'Adua

           2. OBJ

           3. Ribadu (EFCC)

           4. The system

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If I am drunk then you must be insane cause I caught your attention. Dongon yaro juice is not the same as BURUKUTU, PEACE Dan ISKA

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BIGB1 go back to the topic, when you stated who was to blame, was Yar Adua name not on the list?  why is IBB name not on that list, and again what can I expect from a boy that paid for exam and has no clue on what it's like to hold a 9 to 5 job.  IBB should be held accountable for liberating and showing us how to loot.

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The people are to blame cos we dont know what we want much less demand it!

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I am responsible. I the common man who sits down and watches as things go bad, I'm responsible.

I, the ordinary citizen who refuses to read the constitution in order to know when someone in government is doing right or wrong and refuses to learn how to correct a defaulting public officer. I am responsible.

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Posted by MAMAJAMA

OK, Mamajama is drinking again. You lost track as usual, what the hell are you talking about? who is blaming Yar'Adua?

@Colonial: Please, waste no time coaching MAMAJAMA, it is obvious that he hasn't taken his medication for the day.

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If you recalled the mess was already there before Yar Adua got there. so it will be unfair to crucify him for the mistakes the legislation and the judicial process in Nigeria. OBJ and the senate has a huge portion of the blame by been impartial in some cases. The EFCC need to be autonomous and an independent department. The should not be compelled to carry out their duties.

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I disagree with you men! there is more to the state of things in Nigeria. That is our problem, we need to stop pointing fingers and stop fooling ourselves.

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I think 100% goes to IBB and the ex governors for patronizing Yar Adua and lobbying for the replacement of RIbadu

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Incredible; after 43 days, Yar'Adua pulled two down.

More would have been pulled down long time ago, but of course, OBJ and Mr. EFCC made things a lot difficult for this new administration.

Let's wait and see what happens from here.

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I blame the people that do not make and meaningful contribution towards nation building besides just working for their mouths.

NLC that was misyarning about protecting the workers interest, have they approached an independent auditor to validate Yar'adua's assets?

Have the unions been mandated by their members to review the government's roadmap towards making Nigeria among the top 20 countries in the world by 2020?

The people do nothing, the government does almost nothing, yet the people blame the government.

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Personally i will blame the system because any systemwith out a trong foundation will definately crumble. the system is just dead and so it absorbs any thing that is injected into it.

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85% of responsibility goes to Nigerians jare.

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Blaming the system is not sound at all. Was yar'Adua ignorant of the system before he bought the form to contest?

Dont give excuse for go slow leaders.

Also when we say OBJ failed they would say he was sabotaged. What an argument as if sabotage is a Nigerian

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A system would remain a system if no human will moves it to action. There are multiple theories on why yaradua's been lethargic.

1. He wants to give the country a fresh break from obj's rash past.

2. He wants to catch them (old govs) slowly.

3. A set of legal hurdles put by the past govs like the recent court pronouncement in favour of fayose.

4. Yaradua just lacks the balls to deal with the corrupt lots including IBB.

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It is the system because it lacks solid structures. A system that has good structures will not seek approval from OBJ or Yar Adua before it would do its work.

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It is the system because it lacks solid structures. A system that has good structures will not seek approval from OBJ or Yar Adua before it would do its work.

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