Nigerians Speak

I don’t want to address old people like me because we are spent already.

President Goodluck Jonathan, assuring Nigerians that the future of this country belongs to the youth.

 What will be, will be…

Rilwan Akiolu, Oba of Lagos, encouraging President Jonathan when he visited his palace.

 I am not sharp at all and that is why I do not have a sugar mummy

Odunlade Adekola, actor, reacting to a question on why some young and popular actors have sugar mummies.

If you are fighting a war, the head of the army does not stay away at home…. we need serious people to prioritize security in Nigeria.

Abubakar Tsav, former commissioner of police in Lagos, stating that the issue of security should be taken seriously by all concerned.

Love is not enough. You fall in love, you fall out.

Matthew Ashimolowo, senior pastor, KICC, describing marriage and how couples can sustain it.

 Except we want to suffer for another four or eight years, it will be costly to make a wrong decision.

Tunde Thompson, journalist, calling on the electorate to vote for the presidential candidate of APC in the upcoming election.

 The present day leadership wants money. You can’t have money and honour at the same time.

Maitama Sule, statesman and former permanent representative at the UN, comparing today’s leaders with past ones.

 We intend to prosecute this campaign to win and we shall win.

Muhammadu Buhari, presidential candidate of APC, speaking during the inauguration of his campaign headquarters in Abuja.

 During Yar’Adua administration, the price of crude fell to $45 per litre but Nigerians did not feel the pain because of the excess crude reserve but the present administration has squandered the excess crude and Nigerians are suffering.

Chibuike Amaechi, Rivers State governor, criticising this administration’s handling of the fall in oil prices.


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