ABU Dons To Jonathan: You Must Jail Fuel Subsidy Criminals

By SaharaReporters, New York

Some Ahmadu Bello University lecturers have challenged President Goodluck Jonathan to allow prosecution and jailing of all those indicted in the fuel subsidy scam, as well as the immediate reversal of the price of fuel to N65 per liter.

The lecturers made their demands in a press release sent to SaharaReporters today, in which they noted that it has been established beyond doubt that corruption was fundamentally responsible for the huge subsidy payments that were used by the federal government as justification for the reckless and inhuman fuel price increase in January.

The challenge of the university dons is publicly addressed to the EFCC, ICPC, the Code of Conduct Bureau, the Nigeria Police Force, the Judiciary and relevant state agencies for action.

Expressing their “shock, profound indignation and total condemnation of all individuals, corporate firms and government agencies or departments that connived to defraud the government and people of Nigeria of hundreds of billions between 2009 and 2011 in the name of fuel subsidy claims,” they noted that the “despicable and ungodly” act has visited incalculable damage on the Nigerian economy, threatening the survival of millions of our countrymen and pushing Nigeria to the edge of near moral and financial bankruptcy.

The lecturers, who said they collectively decided they could not afford the luxury of remaining silent on a matter which endangers the survival of the country, drew attention to several issues, including:
 
•    The desperate attempts made by some indicted firms, individuals and their cronies, to whitewash the report of the House of Representatives Committee on the fuel subsidy fraud by labeling it as “mere allegations” or “unsubstantiated claims”;

•    That the allegation of corrupt payments under the guise of fuel subsidy was first made, among others, by organized Labour, civil society groups, NGO’s, professionals and patriotic individuals opposed to the sudden and punitive increase in the price of fuel in January 2012;

•    That the ad hoc House of Representatives investigation committee under Honourable Farouk Lawan has established a clear and unambiguous prima fade case of corruption and fraud against those indicted in it, and that the fuel subsidy swindle is one of the most shocking incidences of public rip-off in Nigeria since independence.
 
They demanded the urgent and decisive prosecution of all Board members, Chief Executives and relevant officials of the NNPC, PPPRA, PPMC and DPR involved in the processing of applications by importers, verification, confirmation and payment of subsidy, as contained in the Committee’s report.

“By ‘urgent and decisive,’ we mean the commencement of a fearless trial of all those involved, no matter how mighty or highly placed, within the next four weeks,” they said.  “There should be no sacred cows this time around and all the actors must be charged before a competent court of law for negligence, collusion and fraud as recommended by the Report.”
 
They stressed that it is not enough to compel the 15 firms that obtained $402,6 million as forex and refused to import the fuel meant for it to make refunds. “We demand that they, like the 17 other companies that collected N41.9 billion as subsidy without importing fuel, should be prosecuted for criminal intent and the revocation of their operation licenses after conviction in addition to making refunds.”

Such prosecution, they said, is necessary in order to deter future offenders.
 
They further demanded that those responsible for the payment of the sum of N999 million 128 times within twenty four hours should be investigated thoroughly and be prosecuted in a court of law to serve as a deterrent to others in the future.

“We disagree with the House of Representatives for hastily exonerating the former Accountant General on Tuesday, 23 April 2012 because of a mere letter he wrote to the House on the matter,” they said.  “His role in those particular payments and other transactions should be thoroughly investigated.”

Today’s statement by the university lecturers is a significant throwback to the days when university campuses across the country provided intellectual leadership not only within the institutions of learning, but outside them as well.  

The intervention by the concerned lecturers at ABU is an indication of the continuing restlessness in segments of Nigerian society over the on the fuel subsidy scam and the federal government’s apparent reluctance to provide patriotic leadership and punish the offenders.  

[Full text of the press statement]:

 
CONCERNED LECTURERS
AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY, ZARIA
 
 
DEMAND FOR URGENT AND DECISIVE PROSECUTION OF LOOTERS OF THE PETROLEUM SUBSIDY FUND
 
We, the undersigned lecturers of Ahmadu Bello University, being free-born citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and parents/guardians of present and future generations of Nigerians, hereby express our shock, profound indignation and total condemnation of all individuals, corporate firms and government agencies or departments that connived to defraud the government and people of Nigeria of hundreds of billions between 2009 and 2011 in the name of fuel subsidy claims. This despicable and ungodly act has visited incalculable damage on the Nigerian economy, threatening the survival of millions of our countrymen and pushing our nation to the edge of near moral and financial bankruptcy. We, as concerned citizens of this country, have collectively decided that we cannot afford the luxury of remaining silent on a matter which endangers the survival of our country. As a result, we wish to state as follows:
 
1.      The desperate attempts made by some indicted firms, individuals and their cronies, to whitewash the report of the House of Representatives Committee on the fuel subsidy fraud by labeling it as “mere allegations” or “unsubstantiated claims” in order to water down its content and free the culprits is bound to result in failure. This is because the findings of the Committee are the outcome of painstaking investigations that lasted several months.
 
2.      The allegation of corrupt payments under the guise of fuel subsidy was first made, among others, by organized Labour, civil society groups, NGO’s, professionals and patriotic individuals opposed to the sudden and punitive increase in the price of fuel in January 2012. They rightly blamed the huge payments claimed to have been made by government as subsidy on “unbridled corruption” and “inefficient and wasteful processes” and urged FGN to thoroughly investigate the matter.
 
3.      The House of Representatives patriotically responded to the call by convening an Emergency Session on 8th January 2012, and the result of its extensive deliberations was the constitution of the ad hoc investigation committee under Honourable Farouk Lawan. The Committee was mandated to investigate all issues related to fuel subsidy payments made between 2009 and 2011, and report same to the House for consideration.
 
4.      The House Committee sat down for business almost immediately, invited all affected firms, agencies and individuals, held public hearings for 23 days, received 3000 volumes of documents, admitted 130 witnesses and employed the professional services of the Lloyds of London for verification of transactions. The result was the 208 page report that was presented to the House of Representatives on Wednesday, 18th April and which is now the subject of public discourse. How can any right thinking person describe the findings as “lousy” or a “mere allegation.”?
 
5.      The fact of the matter is simple and straight forward. The House Committee report in question has established a clear and unambiguous prima fade case of corruption and fraud against those indicted in it. No amount of propaganda or blackmail can reverse or deny this. The fuel subsidy swindle is one of the most shocking incidences of public rip-off in Nigeria since independence, exceeding the celebrated Cement Racket of 1975 in its monstrosity. Anyone who is in doubt should pause and consider a few of the facts below.
 
6.      The House Committee established that the amount paid out as subsidy increased from N261.1 billion (2006), N278.8 (2007), N346.7 billion (2008), and to a whopping N847.9 billion in 2011. The total for the period 2006 - 2011 is a colossal N2.5 trillion, almost doubling the contradictory figures provided by CBN (N1.6 trillion) and by the office of the Accountant General (N1.7 trillion). This astronomical amount of N2.5 trillion is 900% more than what was legally appropriated as subsidy by the National Assembly, which amounts to a violation of the Nigerian Constitution.
 
7.      The crude and arbitrary operations of the PPPRA can be seen in how its Executive Secretary (2009 - February 2011), unilaterally revised the guidelines for fuel import and subsidy claims earlier approved by the Board, and granted fuel import approvals/allocations to 35 companies even before their formal registration with the PPPRA. To make matters worse, a large part of such import allocation was given to companies that lacked the required competence, expertise or storage facilities. In addition, the PPPRA paid itself N312.2 billion, an amount that was far in excess of the administrative charges due to it between 2009 and 2010.
 
8.      On its part, the PPMC, in addition to several lapses and abuses, failed to provide the House Committee with the retail market price of kerosene, for which the Managing Director should be held responsible. In addition, the CBN and the Federal Ministry of Finance issued circulars that prevented the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) from carrying out their statutory functions, which should be withdrawn with immediate effect.
 
9.      On the whole, we demand for urgent and decisive prosecution of all Board members, Chief Executives and relevant officials of the NNPC, PPPRA, PPMC and DPR involved in the processing of applications by importers, verification, confirmation and payment of subsidy, as contained in the Committee’s report. By “urgent and decisive,” we mean the commencement of a fearless trial of all those involved, no matter how mighty or highly placed, within the next four weeks. There should be no sacred cows this time around and all the actors must be charged before a competent court of law for negligence, collusion and fraud as recommended by the Report.
 
10.    We uphold the view that it is not enough to compel the 15 firms that obtained $402,6 million as forex and refused to import the fuel meant for it to make refunds. We demand that they, like the 17 other companies that collected N41.9 billion as subsidy without importing fuel, should be prosecuted for criminal intent and the revocation of their operation licenses after conviction in
addition to making refunds. Such prosecution is necessary in order to deter future offenders.
 
11.    Those responsible for the payment of the sum of N999 million 128 times within twenty four hours should be investigated thoroughly and be prosecuted in a court of law to serve as a deterrent to others in the future. We disagree with the House of Representatives for hastily exonerating the former Accountant General on Tuesday, 23 April 2012 because of a mere letter he wrote to the House on the matter. His role in those particular payments and other transactions should be thoroughly investigated.
 
12.    In addition, oil companies and government agencies that refused to honour invitations to appear/submit memo to the House Committee should not be left unpunished. In particular, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) should be investigated for: a) failure to provide IMO numbers and vital vessel data to the House Committee; b) possible connivance with fraudulent fuel importers and; c) possible deliberate and wrong “classification of maritime areas for reception of Nigerian bound petroleum products.”
 
13.    We demand that drastic actions should be taken against the NNPC, PPMC, PPPRP and other agencies for aiding/abetting the massive theft and for transforming themselves into a government within government. The Report established that the NNPC made direct deductions from funds meant for the Federation Account in violation of section 162 of the Nigerian Constitution. Such deductions were made up of N30.4 billion as a so-called subsidy for kerosene and N285.0 billion in excess of PPRA recommended subsidy claims. This was beside the illegal and reduced price purchase of crude oil granted to itself to the tune of N108.6 billion between 2009 and 2011. No wonder the “NNPC was not accountable to anybody or authority,” as the Committee asserted.
 
14.    It has now been established beyond doubt that corruption was fundamentally responsible for the huge subsidy payments, used by FGN as justification for the reckless and inhuman fuel price increase in January. We, therefore, demand the immediate reversal of the price to N65 per liter. In addition, we are demanding the urgent and decisive prosecution of the firms, agencies and individuals, mentioned in the report as being responsible for the fraud. This demand is hereby publicly forwarded to the EFCC, ICPC, Code of Conduct Bureau, the Nigeria Police Force, the Judiciary and relevant state agencies for necessary action.
 
15.    Finally, we call upon President Goodluck Jonathan to go beyond rhetoric and march his words with action. Now is the time for him to come out more clearly either on the side of the corrupt or on the side of probity and accountability by ensuring that decisive action is taken against the plunderers. If the above demands are not met within a reasonable period of time and the House Committee Report is allowed to suffer the fate of previous reports, we reserve the right as citizens of this country to explore alternative ways of getting justice to the long suffering people of our country.
 
Dr. Rabiu Nasiru
Dr. Sadiq Umar
Dr. Yusuf A. Ahmed
Dr. Tajudeen Surakat
Dr. Usman Ladan
Dr. Samaila Dakyes
Dr. M.L.Amin
Dr. A.R. Sanusi
Dr. Saleh Ado
Dr. Sani Sambo
Dr. M.K. Othman
Dr. Saad A. Ahmed
Dr. Halidu Hamza
Dr. A.A. Lawal
Dr. Hamza Mani
Dr. Almustapha A. Liman

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A.B.U.DONS ON THE LEAD.LET US FOLLOW...ORYAHHH....

IT IS EASIER FOR A CAMEL TO RUN PASS TRU THE EYE OF A NIDDLE THAN EBELE BRINGING HIMSELF TO THE RULE OF LAW.
IF I MAY ASK,WHY IS IT DAT IT IS OUR RENOWNED A.B.U DONS THAT ARE SPEARHEADING THIS CALL FOR JUSTICE?
WHERE IS THE ORGANISED LABOUR IF THEY ARE WORTH THIER NAME ANYMORE?OCCUPATION CONTINUA,VICTORA ASCERTA!!
THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO:GEJ & OTHERS!THE MALABUgate IS VISIBLY A POINT TO RECKON.
WE ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BUY FUEL ABOVE N15 IF FAROUQ'S COMMITTEE REPORT IS ANY THING TO GO BY.
THE IDIOTS DONT BUY FUEL IN THIER FLEET OF JEEPS SO THEY MAY NOT KNOW WHAT WE ARE SAYING.

ABU Dons

I don't blame Jonathan nor his oil thieves! I blame the other Nigerians who are so cowardly & timid to demand for justice and nothing else. What else can the ABU Dons do. Nigerians deserve the kind of rotting politicians they have, until they wake up to take the bull by the horn.

let us change our heart, God in heaven is just watching us!

We are tired of arrest, lutters of money, these people are never been prosecuted for the world to learnt. they keep on telling us Boko Haram leaders have been arrested for years, but no one has been arraigned before the court. These lecturers too are a group of thiefs too, they collect heavy money before given admissions to poor nigerians, i remember one of colleague daughter seeking admission into ABU, she was told to give a bribe of N250,000.00 before she is given the admission she quitely left, they should check themselves. I pray God in heaven to touch the minds of Nigerians. Many things are happening, people from the Middle belt cannot be admitted in the far North University because of racism or religious background, haba our people let us know that God gave us this institution for the betterment of our region, the life of Tafawa Balewa and Sir Ahmadu Bello should speak to our minds.

Sentiments Support Evil

Corruption is eating away the fabrics of this country but because a voice of reason comes from the wrong university lecturers , the evil is now being legitimized on these pages. Anybody in the universities or anywhere in Nigeria is free to point out the the great havoc caused by the Boko Haram of all types and we hope the security agents ( Nigerians , Southern, Northern, Western all Nigeria security men& women will do their work diligently to get rid of BH although the Security Chief has said BH is PDP).please don't stop the judiciary from doing their job because of foolish sentiments. The crooks appear to be more united than the followers across tribal lines.

Sentiments Support Evil

Corruption is eating away the fabrics of this country but because a voice of reason comes from the wrong university lecturers , the evil is now being legitimized on these pages. Anybody in the universities or anywhere in Nigeria is free to point out the the great havoc caused by the Boko Haram of all types and we hope the security agents ( Nigerians , Southern, Northern, Western all Nigeria security men& women will do their work diligently to get rid of BH although the Security Chief has said BH is PDP).please don't stop the judiciary from doing their job because of foolish sentiments. The crooks appear to be more united than the followers across tribal lines.

Sentiments Support Evil

Corruption is eating away the fabrics of this country but because a voice of reason comes from the wrong university lecturers , the evil is now being legitimized on these pages. Anybody in the universities or anywhere in Nigeria is free to point out the the great havoc caused by the Boko Haram of all types and we hope the security agents ( Nigerians , Southern, Northern, Western all Nigeria security men& women will do their work diligently to get rid of BH although the Security Chief has said BH is PDP).please don't stop the judiciary from doing their job because of foolish sentiments. The crooks appear to be more united than the followers across tribal lines.

This your selfish interest

This your selfish interest will never allow you to judge them right. Mr Christian I will advise you to read the content very well is all for the benefit of both Muslims and the christians, but because you like creating a religious problem you became blind to see the fact. If you can put in to analysis 98% of the Northern crisis affect Muslims and we strongly believe that the so called CAN are behind the scenes which Mr President is not excluded, they only touch Christians just to disguise, because there is nothing like such terror attack in Islam. to cut it short why christians are always caught in the so called Islamist attack?

More to it.

In as much as I respect the opinion of these ABU dons on the oil subsidy thiefs I also want to know their integrity.
Why is it that all these Dons are Muslims?
Why is that they came out to force the Presidency in implementing the subsidy report?
Are there no Christians Dons in ABU anymore?
Why cant they come out to condemned the Sunday bombings of the Church in ABU campus weeks ago?
Why are they hiding behind the scene all these days and failed to address the injustice metted on Christians in their campus?
Behold,all these Dons are nothing but religious bigots,they are academic Boko-Haram Dons in disguise.
They should be rounded up and investigated and if found to be backers of the sect,they should face the full weight of the law.
They are educated Islamic fundamentalist in our institutions,they are playing the scripts of their political godfathers.THEY SHOULD GO TO THE PIT OF HELL.

Courageous Dons

I respect the courage of the ABU Dons and all other well meaning Nigerians with similar feelings with reference to fuel subsidy irresponsibility.I also wish to align my person with these promoters of sanity and discipline in the nation's economic backbone.
The central government of Nigeria should as a matter of speed,revert the energy price to the status quo and with utmost urgency also,apprehend and prosecute the indignified Nigerian and foreign individuals,firms and corporate bodies before our competent courts for redress.

Courageous Dons

I respect the courage of the ABU Dons and all other well meaning Nigerians with similar feelings with reference to fuel subsidy irresponsibility.I also wish to align my person with these promoters of sanity and discipline in the nation's economic backbone.
The central government of Nigeria should as a matter of speed,revert the energy price to the status quo and with utmost urgency also,apprehend and prosecute the indignified Nigerian and foreign individuals,firms and corporate bodies before our competent courts for redress.

You speak well my bro. You

You speak well my bro. You are a true patriot of the country

ABU DONS AND PROSECUTION OF FUEL SUBSIDY CRIMINALS

I really pity Nigeria and we Nigerians. I commend the courage of the dons for calling on President Goodluck Jonathan to prosecute these criminals whose actions are more damaging than boko haram. However, I can assure the dons that Mr President will not do that to those who assisted in bringing him to power. We heard it from his spokes person the minister of suppressive justice mr Adoke who said the govt. was not in a Harry to prosecute these offenders.
That is the main reason why we don't believe whatever he said in his democracy day speech. It is a mare statement which will never be backed by action.
Nigeria is finished under the administration of pdp under Jonathan.

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Clear. Is a new GEJ.

I WANT TO ASSURED U NOW THAT GEJ IS NO MORE A DRINKING SAILOR. His first year is 4 d ppl or cabals who takes him 2 dt seat bt now is his time 2 take his own decision not d cabals. many r going 2 flee d country, pls ride on and sit tight on ur saddle, be an iron & fear no face 2 restore ur honour within & out side d coutry GOD Will c u through. AMIN

abiola kids thank joanthan to the shame of tinubu and buhari

you will not achieve your diabolical visions for 9ja under jonathan..the man is only one year old on saddle..what is your own if not the same old bad belle..who are the oil importers in nigeria are they ijaws? wish u had used half of yr time spent on boko haram, to aid our calls for resource control..but the moment we say fiscal federalism what readily comes to yr regional mind is alams, ibori and ibru. 9ja is 54 yrs old..gej is only one year on the throne..buhari was one year old when he sacked over 0ne million civil servants in lagos.. GEJ named UNILAG after late abiola//thus taking the shine off executioners like buhari and tinubu..yiipee-tinubu & buhari are dying die!

Jonathan's ASO rock

My people, let no one cry because Jonathan is taking a nation of more than 160 million for a ride. He will not end well. By the time they catch him, I will make sure they get hold of his balls and crush it for him. He is having a field day now but with all the money he and all like him,without exception, shall cry like Gadaffi and still die slowly and painfully.

Most of the fuel importers

Most of the fuel importers are fulanis and yourbas. that is why the president declared that a proper investigation be conducted into their case so that they dont get discharged like tinubu when they appear in court..aware the judiciary was called names by tinubu and members of cpc led by bakare and buhari when ibori was jailed in london..but not a single group raised their voices when tinubu was freed by the same court presided over by a full blooded nigerian.. that is the nigeria which is refusing to split for you and their unthinking thinkers who have no room in their regional thoughts for boko haram and the weapons they rely on to murder in Jos.

lecturers who cannot defend their colleagues killed by BH

Where were these buhari baboons and snoopy dogs when BH started the mass killings of 9JAS in the north..where was their satanic souls when 13 christians were murdered by BH at bayero university----where was their politically motivated fulani voices when two professors from the SW, were murdered in cold blood by BH at BAYERO? Our problem is regionalism. May be we have to decree in our Const that SS should not be allowed to vie for elections to aso rock again in 9ja. That is why i will continue to advocate for the split of 9ja. Cause those from the oil producing enclaves in the SS, are wasting their time with the rest of 9ja. What the baboons and snoopy dogs want is the oil revenue. Is RIBADU no longer in charge of the oil thieves..what about efcc manned by fulanis--if the YORUBAS in ACN could raise so much political dust because UNILAG was named after abiola whom the fulanis hated so much, is it the trial of the fulani and yoruba fuel importers that will not create trouble?

It is your fault because when

It is your fault because when your teacher told you all that, you did not bother to check the facts rights before believing your teacher. In case you don't still know, your constitution gives then exclusive right to contest in Nigerian elections and instead of you complaining, go get a copy and if your is in the age limit then 2015 isn't too far for you to start your campaign. Knowledge is power bro...

The son of the late

The son of the late politician, Abdul Abiola, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in a telephone interview that the family sees nothing wrong with the decision of the government in honour of their late father."We are shocked by the reactions trailing this development," Mr. Abiola said."My late father believed so much in education. He donated money to universities across the nation. Naming a university after him was a well-deserved honour."He should still be given more honours. We see nothing political in this. We are happy about it and we are yet to understand the rationale behind people going up in arms over this."
According to Mr. Abiola, the renaming of an institution as big as UNILAG after the late business mogul and philanthropist is just one of many ways to honour and immortalise him for all he did for the country's education sector when he was still alive.

where were when Boko harasm bombed UN office

The son of the late politician, Abdul Abiola, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in a telephone interview that the family sees nothing wrong with the decision of the government in honour of their late father."We are shocked by the reactions trailing this development," Mr. Abiola said."My late father believed so much in education. He donated money to universities across the nation. Naming a university after him was a well-deserved honour."He should still be given more honours. We see nothing political in this. We are happy about it and we are yet to understand the rationale behind people going up in arms over this."
According to Mr. Abiola, the renaming of an institution as big as UNILAG after the late business mogul and philanthropist is just one of many ways to honour and immortalise him for all he did for the country's education sector when he was still alive.

ABU Lecturers pay attention to your scholarship not politics

What about Yar'adua cabbals and the oil money siphoned. ABU lecturers, be honest in your demands, do not allow ethnic sentiments ruin your scholarship. The world is interested more on your research results, and I google your names but with no success on any information on your research up dates and publications. Pay attention to your scholarship and leave the politicians to deal with the oil subsidy scam, Salama alaikun brothers!!!!

Look at these bunch of fools

Is that not the same Ado that has spent all his life sleeping with micro Biology students. You all are bereft of morals. Go to hell with the subsidy thieves behind you

Nigeria Has No Government !!!!!!!!!

GEJ is a mumu with hearing problems. His dumbness and inability to perform or execute anything meaningful in his administration is so bad. All he is good at right now is traveling the globe with no clue of what is expected of him as the number one citizen of the country.

The jailing must start with Bangida & Danjuma

Suddenly these rankadede crowd now woke from their 40 year slumber. Until those untouchables mentioned by names above are docked and made to cough up and appropriately punished, all these lalakokofe by these tints will not put a dent to the level of corruption in Nigeria.

Fuel Subsidy

Much as I understand the outrage displayed by the distinguished Dons,I must note that the same outrage has not been shown for the thousands of people daily massacred in the North by Boko Haram. I can only assume that the bite of the gasoline price increase is more important for them than the blood flowing currently in Nigeria. Unfortunately the dead does not feel about fuel prices,corruption or Nigeria.

Why?

In 1985, IBB was the president of Nigeria and our teachers told us that Buhari was the former President....Our teacher also called us the leaders of tomorrow....27 years later, IBB and Buhari are still contesting for President....its either our teacher lied to us about being the leaders of tomorrow...or tomorrow hasn't come.

GEJ CANNOT PUNISH HIMSELF, ASK FOR SOMETHING ELSE

HE THOUGHT IT IS GOING TO BE BUSINESS AS USUAL. BEREFT OF ALL INTELLIGENCE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE COMPLEXITIES OF NIGERIA, HE HAS MISJUDGED THE EXPECTATIONS OF BOTH THOSE WHO OPPOSE AND SUPPORT HIM. THE SITUATION IN NIGERIA CANNOT BE WORSE. THE HOPES THAT GULLIBLE PEOPLE HAVE AT HIS INCEPTION IS SKY-HIGH. NOW NO ONE IS UNDER ANY ILLUSION THAT HE CAN SOLVE ONE OUT OF ALL THE PROBLEMS WE HAD. THE REAL STRUGGLE NOW IS TO STOP HIM FROM MULTIPLYING THE PROBLEMS. HE HAS A TENDENCY TO INSTIGATE ETHNIC, RELIGIOUS AND REGIONAL SENTIMENTS AT EVERY CLUELESS STAGE OF HIS STAGGERED STANCE. THANK GOD THE WEST AND THE NORTH HAVE WISEN UP.

JOO, OOO

You want me to probe myself for using the money in question to context with my opponent at the primary election ?

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