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- December 12, 2018 at 12:39 am #262541Ed NKeymaster
- December 12, 2018 at 11:56 am #262544EdeworGuest
Provocativedebate is engaged with firing weird and thought provoking polls and debate questions. But, we are living in an evidence based era. Therefore, for anyone to come forward with the narrative that president Buhari of Nigeria died in England and was quickly cloned is absurd and beyond civilization. I am not a fan of Buhari but, we need Nigeria to kick start its upward mobility to improve the quality of life in that geographical entity. Do you truly, believe that an impostor is ruling? If yes, then you are an academic misfit with all your degrees.
In fact, the mechanism of cloning science does not support your assertion and claim. Intellectually, you need to sit down and rethink over your story….. proceed to detox your cerebral completely. The man Buhari didn’t die in Britain. Literally, Nigerians need to monitor this upcoming election, do not accept a bribe of #500(five hundred naira) to mortgage your life and that of your progeny. Wake up Nigeria! Your thoughts? http://www.provocativedebate.com.
- December 31, 2018 at 1:10 pm #262637Okpaks nanaGuest
The political culture of a country is strengthened when politician’s campaign is focused on critical issues as against hate speech and character assassination. It’s preposterous in this technology driven and fast moving world to see people who via for political office drift from tackling burning issues to attack political opponents with the aim of gaining cheap political points. Hate speech and maiming of political opponents in this fourth republic has created division in Nigeria more than any era. In addition, I’m sure if the Boko Haram situation in the north east and other parts of Nigeria is properly investigated, the terrorist activities in Nigeria will be linked to high profile Nigerians whose aim is to discredit or distort the government in power.
Obviously, it’s fast becoming a norm for mischievous and unscrupulous elements who do not have the interest of our country at heart, to come up with a humongous fallacy capable of reducing the status of Nigeria amongst the committee of nations. Seriously, those who believe Buhari died in England and was cloned are myopic and outdated
- December 31, 2018 at 1:12 pm #262638Okpaks nanaGuest
- December 31, 2018 at 1:24 pm #262639Okpaks nanaGuest
Honestly, I’m not a politician but believe in organize and co-ordinated political campaign devoid of hate speech, character assassination, political bigotry and killing of innocents souls, just to gain political power. Let’s continue to write and speak against these common enemies of Nigeria. God bless Nigeria.
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