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Is Senator Ken Nnamani Still In Pdp?

Is Senator Ken Nnamani still in PDP. His comments are showing a direct attack on his almighty PDP. I hope OBJ will not plan for his demis.

Read his comment:

'this was the time for the nation to test the efficacy of the Direct Data Capture machine which the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) claimed would guard against rigging and expose multiple voters.

“There was no voting at all in my polling unit and my ward has a registration in excess of 8,000, with so many polling units.”

Saying that there was a limit to propaganda, he disputed the claim by the Information Minister, Mr. Frank Nweke (Junior) that the elections were free and fair, saying that the Minister’s father, who is a traditional ruler in his zone, did not vote even though he wanted to exercise his civic right.

According to him, “Not in one was there any voting; and if anybody said he voted, there is this fingerprint authentication. We can have the fingerprint tested.”

I think that Nnamani has shown a bit of integrity, to stand out in the face of all odds to say no to PDP's democratic molest. But I fear for him. He may not go free.

Or what do you think.

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Is the Senator related to Chimaroke Nnamani of Enugu state?

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I really hope Yar Adua changes things.Obj wld live to regret all these.Ken continue doing ur thing.U wld b remembered for ever as the only person in d cabinet that spoke when things werent going right.

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i wonder if freedom of speech is in the constitution of naija. if politicians and top officials cant speak and feel safe about it, i fear for the poor masses and for the man sitting by his wondow reading newspaper and muttering to himself afterall, as they say "the walls have ears"

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Yeah i read abt it too oh.No freedom of speech.Na wa oh

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apparently what he said is coming after him since i am hearing stories of either putting him out of the office and suspending him from the party or even expelling him 'cos his words are "treason". he said he is ready to go to jail if treason means saying the truth. na wah o!, i love my country.

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It will haunt him soon.

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What is Frank Nweke Jnr saying? He should know that what goes rounds comes back round.

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Frank Nweke is just being foolish, I dont understand how he came up with his criticisms when even OBJ himself have already admited failure.

Someone should tell some of these Government spokespersons that sometimes it is more honourable to remain silent than to react.

Ken Nnamani is plotting ING yet the same Ken Nnamani frustrated the move by some senators to impeach OBJ and Atiku, not because he has any deals with the Presidency but because of national interest. So where is Nweke's allegation coming from?

Frank Nweke Jr. should be ashamed of himself.

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i think the senate president is a man of integrity, who against all odds have stood for the truth and have cried foul to the massive molest of democracy, and for this he has been a subject of scorn by the federal government through its information minister. keep standing for the truth Kenneth Nnamani i salute your courage.

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Abi oh.Dts true he should be recognized as the best man so far.

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more folks like him are needed in Nigerian politics, he wont participate in next dispensation because PDP does not want honest leadership. Some of these experienced legislators are let go and replaced with political stooges.

Which way Nigeria

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Are u saying that when you say the truth, you are not a member of PDP. That goes to implies that PDP member are lairs.

Anyway! Ken Nnamani is one person that I will not only be proud of, but will earn my respect any day any time. He is from my state and when they elected him senate president we thought that he can not do anything, but he proved us wrong. He is now been seen as the best thing that has happened to Nigeria. It is so unfortunate that he won't participate in the next regime.

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Seems like someone is NOW saying the TRUTH.

Keeping my fingers crossed.

It's about time with applauded those who seem to be ready to tell the TRUTH amidst all the Electoral LIES we've heard so far.

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Nothing will hapen to Nnamani, he has no question to answer and nobody will bully him with EFCC.

Loyalty to the Nation, its future and the destiny of our children should be more important than loyalty to PDP.

Nigeria will go no where in the face of deciet, you can not ask naija delta youths to lay down their arms in the face of deciet. People in Government need to be more sincere or at least pretend to be sincere in the interest of national security and sanctity of leadership.

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Someone needs to say the truth and am glad he did.I see in him someone who is ready to help Nigerians with his post.

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