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How On Earth Can Pdp Be Defeated In Nigeria?

Everyday I keep wondering about the dominance of the PDP in the Nigerian Political Terrain. I wonder what good this is in a multi-party Political System which the nation seeks to operate upon. I think for the nation to progress with the speed of a torpedo, other parties must be allowed to enjoy an equitable machinery for campaigns, and equal representation in the electoral commission. I believe all members of the Electoral Commission are members of the PDP as they are appointed by the nation's number one man. Please , someone should tell me what hope the other political parties have? What strategies cvan be employed to win more states from the PDP?[/b][b][/b][b]

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it is possible to knockout PDP; a Free and Fair Election is the Answer; or why do you think they rejected the most important part the white paper (selection of the INEC Chairman); see what they want to do at Ekiti what a shame; if the party is so strong they should leave their governorship aspirant to campaign by himself; today Yar Adua is in Ekiti, tomorrow Yar Adua is in Ekiti what a shame we should be prepared to match these people vote by vote in 2011. It is only criminals that act the way these bunch of idiots acts; ha ba common Ekiti

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the leaders since independemce still the leaders of TODAY.

AS LONG AS THIS OLD CROOKS ARE RULING THERE IS NO HOPE.

NO NATION WAS CHANGED BY AN OLD MAN

REBRANDING LOL

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it is believed that J J Rawlings of Ghana killed all the corrupt leaders in Ghana before they started enjoying all they are enjoying now as a nation. Do you think that can be done here in NIgeria?

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They can be defeated by getting rid all the imbeciles in the cabal who have been ruling us since independence. They should all be kicked out and sent to the abyss of political extinction. OBJ 76 - 79 ,IBB 85-93 , OBJ 99 - 2007, Yaradua senior no 2 76 - 79, yaradua junior 2007 - God knows. All these men are members of PDP. Anenih is abt 80 and has been around since the 70s as well. Adamu chiroma been in govt since the 60's he ws the PDP convention chairman that selected yaradua.

all these old men are nothing but waste of space and their presence would forver spell doom for our dear nation

the leaders since independemce still the leaders of TODAY.

AS LONG AS THIS OLD CROOKS ARE RULING THERE IS NO HOPE.

NO NATION WAS CHANGED BY AN OLD MAN

REBRANDING LOL

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From the replies so far got, the problem lies in the political campaigns, the corrupt practises of the PDP and the EGUNJE nature of the common man who wouldn't love to miss out of the political largesse. The problem is not with the judiciary system as it has proven itself in reinstating rightful winners of elections , not minding who is involved.

I also think the PDP can be defeated if credible candidates are paraded by opposition parties. Last election was so bad. The opposition parties did not do much campaigning. Most limited their campaigns to cities like Lagos and Abuja. I did not see somebody like Pat Utomi or Chris Okotie here in Calabar. Or they sent representatives. That, I don't Know!

The masses should also change their mind set. Nigerians vote for parties and not candidates. This makes it difficult to get the right people on the seat.

B4 I go, let me congratulate the Labour Party over their victory in Edo state. The Bendelites, I HOPE YOUR ALUTA GOVERNOR IS DOING WELL!

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no bey that one. Weapon of mass destruction, anthrax, akara, hydrogen bomb , killer virus etc

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BLACKSTA, my brother , pls wat do u mean by WMD? Is it [b]W[/b]atch [b]M[/b]umu [b]D[/b]isplay?

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WMD at the next political conference

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the average nigerian refusing to accept hand outs/bribes for voting,and even if they do,dissappoint the bribe givers by voting their conscience all the same.

by voting credible candidates in overwhelming numbers making it really difficult for inec to fiddle with numbers, if a pdp candidate is behind by a few tens of thousands,the onus will be on him/her to seek help from inec and that ll be easy for an inec official to do, but if he/she is behind by a few hundreds of thousands,then that l be so obvious that the inec official will be helpless.

altruistic political leaders who can inspire and serve as a catalyst for change

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They can be defeated by getting rid all the imbeciles in the cabal who have been ruling us since independence. They should all be kicked out and sent to the abyss of political extinction. OBJ 76 - 79 ,IBB 85-93 , OBJ 99 - 2007, Yaradua senior no 2 76 - 79, yaradua junior 2007 - God knows. All these men are members of PDP. Anenih is abt 80 and has been around since the 70s as well. Adamu chiroma been in govt since the 60's he ws the PDP convention chairman that selected yaradua.

all these old men are nothing but waste of space and their presence would forver spell doom for our dear nation.

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not going to happen, they grown so big and powerful. They control virtually everything in nigeria, its more of a one party state

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This is what the Nigerian government wants the world to believe. But the truth of the matter is power would still rotate among a particular set of people for years to come irrespective of whatever party name they align themselves with.

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