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Yar Adua's Letter In The Dailies.did U See It?wats Ur Impression Of The Guy?

did you read yar adua's letter in the dailies?the guy seems to have some appeal. what do you think?

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So very wrong. Any political party can handpick, elect, select or do anything it likes to get its flag bearer.

It is the duty of the electorate to reject the flag bearer at the polls.

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Man get your facts right before you get verbal with people, in Britain one of such countries who we are borrowing this concept of democracy from.

The conservatives had a very rigorous election process in which David Cameron emerged the the winner defeating old horses like David Davids (elected).

While the Liberal Democrats saw the emergence of Sir Minzies Campbel in what could be described as a coup of some sought. The previous party learder Charles Kenedy was ousted for reasons of being an Alchoholic, while 2 front runners to the party election where blackmailed into resigning as a result of scandals involving sexual relation with men, one of such persons is Mark Oaten. The whole dramma was pointing somewhere, someone could actually be behind this plot and the Liberal Democrats had no choice but to adopt Old man Sir Minzies Campbell who was then the party deputy leader as its new Party leader (selected).

The Labour Party, on the otherhand, are on a crucial debate whether after the exit of Tony Blair, Gordon Brown should be an automatic leader (inheritance) or whether there should actually be a contest. some of such names totuted to engage Brown in a contest is David Miliband who himself has publicly proclaimed he is happy to serve under the leadership of Gordon Brown.

THE MORAL OF THE WHOLE STORY IS EVEN IN THE WEST WHERE THE PRACTICE OF DEMOCRACY ORIGINATED, PARTIES HAVE THE CHOICE TO CHOOSE THEIR PARTY LEADER AS THEY SO WISH SO I DONT KNOW WHO BETWEEN US IS MAKING A PREPOSTEROUS ASSERTION. I WILL LEAVE THAT DECISION TO YOU.

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I have personally heard his interview on BBC, he may not have the greatest accent or be the greatest orator but his sense of diplomacy while answering questions is great. When you hear him talk you just accept his genuineness, at least he is not promising to build bridges where there are no rivers. He does recognise the present concept of leadership as a means to amerse wealth is Irrational and has so far demonstrated appreciable genuine desire for a change.

@Mckren,

You have spoken well brother!

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whatever happens within a political party should not be the yard stick to judge anybody. Come to think of it, was Buhary not forced on the ANPP members?, was AC not registered just because of Atiku?, If you have any good reason against YAr'adua's candidacy just as we stated against Atiku please say it.

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Yaradua to me stands for sincerity and honesty; and this is why I admire the man.

"what you see is what you get" absolutely, there is no hidden agenda.

You can never, never compare the man to OBJ.

Yaradua is an incredible human being, a real man who understands the roles of a leader and embraces unity.

If he becomes the next Nigerian president, I think he will do well.

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Preposterous!Which democracy does not allow for primaries?Which democracy does not have open primaries?So we are allowed to go along with a promise that is flawed from the onset!

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Your guess is as good as mine!

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Umaru Musa Ya'adua is a stooge.His nomination or should i say adoption by OBJ on behalf of PDP to be foisted on Nigeria was undemocratic.Now would a principled man, a man with integrity,above board be subject to the sham of a congress PDP arranged to make him their flag bearer?

Don't be fooled,the man would be worse than OBJ

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nice point mckren,

Yar'adua is truly the most sincere of all,

i really feel he wld make a decent president

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You're ok to be expressing your own view or opinion.

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I have personally heard his interview on BBC, he may not have the greatest accent or be the greatest orator but his sense of diplomacy while answering questions is great. When you hear him talk you just accept his genuineness, at least he is not promising to build bridges where there are no rivers. He does recognise the present concept of leadership as a means to amerse wealth is Irrational and has so far demonstrated appreciable genuine desire for a change.

Though they say power corrupts, he might change when he gets there but I think no Government can succeed without the support of the people and he does understand this to start with. So he deserves a chance.

Maybe going by the records the party PDP is not anything to be desired but I think it still makes more sense to vote them. The bulk of people who perpetrated the highest amount of fraud in the last two elections and who prefer bussiness as usual to change have moved to the AC.

The PDP are not even too desperate to retain power otherwise they will not be risking a Yarudua in the interest of Generational change and to demilitarise our democracy over bigwigs like IBB, Gusau or Marwa. The PDP may not be in our good books but they offer a better choice compared to ANPP or AC.

For me I think if we know what we want as a nation the election should be a 2-horse race between Yaradua and Utomi.

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The man is a bloody stooge.He should go bac to the classroom.

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