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Monday, November 7, 2011

We Are Being Held To Ransom By Corrupt Politicians And Terrorists





We Are Being Held To Ransom By Corrupt Politicians And Terrorists

Innocent Nigerians are being held to ransom by the greedy and wicked corrupt political contractors in power and terrorists who were their former political thugs and hoodlums who are now out of their control.

The worst mistake the electorate made was voting for these criminals in power who do not care about the safety, security or welfare of the voters and taxpayers, because they can always fly out of Nigeria with their families and abandon the rest of the population in the chaos they caused.

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7 Nov 2011
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