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Should Mohammed Buhari Contest Again In 2011?

Mohammad Buhari is considering his options in respect to his presidential ambitions.

He feels he has three options (i think one for each of the Supreme Court judges that supported him). He can stay in ANPP, move with his supporters to another party or form a new party.

I think unless there is a coalition of opposition parties to form a mega party he should just retire home.

http://naijareports.blogspot.com/2009/03/options-before-buhari-and-atiku.html

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He should find a very nice chair and sit down. He has nothing to offer, he tried thrice and failed.

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I really would love to see a radical like Buhari as the president of Nigeria and watch him send all these looters into abyss of extinction. The problem for Buhari is he has no money , morally too upright(which is a crime in Nigerian politcs) and his ANPP party has been hiajacked by Yerima and ume ezoke.

Buhari should form a coalition with AC and run for president but the problem is AC is dominated by the same corrupt poeple but are more progressive like Tinubu. Its a shame sincere people cant be leaders in Nigeria without compromising their principles.

Fashola would never have emerged in tinubu did not ditch democratic principles in doing away with AC primaries.

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Whoever knows him should tell him to go and rest, at least he has tried. It is not a must that Buhari must become the president of Nigeria. Come to think of it, the man is getting older by the day. he is spent, he needs some rest

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Much as I will like to see a Buhari presidency, the man should forget about being Nigerian president again. He doesn't belong to the right caucus.

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Yes, for the following reasons:

1. He is elegible to contest.

2. He is more experienced in Naija politics now than before.

3. PDP has failed woefully as a govt. Other parties like ANPP and AC might be the new bride.

No, for the following reasons:

1. He has become an old brigade. Should go and rest.

2. Might not succeed as a politician like the way he tried as a military man.

3. Rotational presidency is not favourable to him since his geo-political zone is ruling now.

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Nope he is a three times looser and we need new mind and fresh ideas.

people like Buhari and IBB should stay at home in shame and let the new generation govern and liberate Nigeria

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Anyone has the right to contest in any election.

However, i think the madness of if i cant win with one party, i will have to cross the floor to another party, or form another party, so that i could be "god" for that party and what will happen, if he fails to win with the new party?

Nigerians and their "I MUST WIN" at all cost attitude.

It is time for all those old fools to retire and give chance to newer blood and generation to rule.

How old are these guys to start with?

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