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Btw Yar'dua, Buhari, Orji kalu, Atiku. Who will you vote for?

I want to know if people will really vote for yardua. PDP delegates from east south north voted for me. But will all of us vote for yardua. Many already believe he is the next president of Nigeria. But will all of us vote for him to be the next president?

Now we have

Yardua- PDP

Okotie- FDP

Ojukwu- APGA

Buhari- ANPP

Kalu- PPA

Is yardua the right person to be the president?

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The restriction to these men shows that Nigeria is in dire need of good leaders. What a shame!

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imagine people calling buhari and atiku when chris okotie and pat utomi is on the list. that a problem with nigerians they prefer to reward failure than to give the future a chance

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Nigerian parties dont have values

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As for me, I do not vote along individual lines first. I look first at what your party believes in and what it stands for. After that I consider their candidate and his cv. I then look at what issues they are campaigning for that affects me and all of us.

This is my path and line of reasoning.

I have done an extensive lookup and the party and person I will vote is

Fresh Democratic Party and their presidential candidate, Chris Okotie.

The party believes in compassionate capitalism or capitalism with human face that cares for the common people by creating an enabling environment for all to thrive. Okotie himself campaigns these with passion and as far as I can see and tell, there is no other party with their passion for a better Nigeria.

As for me Chris Okotie is the man

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sorri non among that lot deserve my vote.

I will vote for Utomi even when its obvious he might not win

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i as a person would want to vote for pat utomi, but knowing fully well that he cant win, i wouldnt want to waste ma vote- thats if my vote count afterall.

On the flip side i will vote for yar adua, i like his humility n background as an academician, even his deputy has similar background and their track record is there for all to c.

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This is the problem we have in this country. I am not surprised.

The election as usual will be rigged. Our vote does not count.

The person that will represent their evil plans will be declared winner.

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If the power equation still means Nigeria's next president has got to be another Northerner, then who knows, if we are lucky, MARWA may stage a dramatic 11th hour comeback bid for president. Marwa would get my vote for sure. The guy holds an MBA from a properly accredited American University, sank lots of money into crime-fighting and street repairs during his tenure as Lagos State Military Administrator, and can deliver a coherent speech in English, unlike those other inarticulate buffoons from the north like Adolf Buhari and Atiku Capone.

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i will cast my vote pat utomi.he's a seasoned economist who had been able able to distinguish himself.A technocrat who has brilliant antecedents in business and administration.Besides,i believe it's time power was given to the south-south if actually we want to be fair.I'm not from the geo-political zone but i believe in fair and equal treatment.For God sake,we have had enough of the north in the presidency, let's give other zones a chance

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, forget about this sharia issue afterall yar'adua fostered sharia law in katsina in 2002, it was even on CNN,

guys in the interest of generations yet unborn, in the interest of our fatherland and the entity called Nigeria, the main man for the job is BUHARI, [i]END OF STORY, [/i]

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Smile4Kenn if you seriously consider Buhari to be a viable future president of Nigeria, then perhaps you would care to elaborate on your reasons for such a bizarre opinion.  Do you love Buhari for his recently avowed intention to make extreme fundamentalist Islamic Sharia law the sole basis of federal legislation in Nigeria, or were you looking decades back in wistful nostalgia to the glorious times when, as Nigeria's military dictator, General Buhari threw scores of critics into airless dungeons without trial ?   If so then you must have been delighted with the confirmation that many of those falsely accused and imprisoned innocent souls died excruciating deaths in Bhuari's gulag.

While you are at it perhaps you could also expound on the exploits of a few of your other favorite tyrants like Big Daddy Idi Amin of Uganda and Pol Pot of Cambodia.

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I am voting for ARTICLE

PDP isthe worst party in Nigeria

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Mr. Buhari's reign of terror as Nigeria's military dictator in the 1980's will never be forgotten.  Scores of innocent lives were lost in horrible jail-cell conditions when that disgusting buffoon Buhari and his piteous lap-dog, the late and unlamented Idiagbon, turned Nigeria into a police state in which even the slightest criticism of the scowling despotic duo became a capital offense.

More recently Buhari's jihadist shrieking for Nigeria to be turned into an Islamic rogue state with Taliban-style Sharia law enforcers reminded the world that this gentleman's psychosis has only deepened in the years since he shot his way into power as Nigeria's maximum leader.  Mr. Buhari MUST NOT EVER be given the chance to impose his sick and cancerous dementia on any group of people outside of those unfortunate enough to be his relatives.  In a post 911 world, the GLOBAL powers that be will MAKE SURE this mad-man Buhari remains stuck in impotent obscurity where he belongs, with NO CHANCE IN HELL of EVER being voted president of his village's goat-herding union, let alone local government chairman. 

Mr. Buhari had best shut the phuck up and go back to blabbering the loopy Islamic fundamentalist rantings expected of the pathetic court jester he is cursed to be until he does everyone a favor and kicks the bucket, hopefully in a spectacular manner that will sell a few tabloids. Even my mangy, flea-bitten mongrel hound 'Manny Noriega would make an infinitely better president for Nigeria that this vile cretin, Buhari.

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@Zam

Ur tiredness is inconsequential o! According to them, "No PDP, No Nigeria!". Time will tell anyway!

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buhari could express himself clearly during his acceptance speech. i didn't know till then that English language was so difficult.

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Buhari is better than all of them he will have my vote if only no one is more credible than him as for present contenders, he is more credible

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utomi is running on African Democratic Congress platform.

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Babangida is not running

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Which parties are featuring babaginda, atiku and ojukwu?

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If you put up a poll with the post, you might get clearer answers.

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