Nigerians Speak

…Thank God I have only one wife and I have abundant energy for other jobs.

Babangida Aliyu, governor, Niger State, talking about why he has energy for other duties.


If a team fails, sacking the coach won’t solve the problem.

Stephen Keshi, Super Eagles’ coach, rationalising why he should stay on the job even after his team’s failure to qualify for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.



Nigerians should not fear about what is going to happen in 2015.

Samuel Abiara, prophet and general overseer, Christ Apostolic Church (aka Agbala Itura) charging Nigerians not to listen to prophets of doom regarding 2015 elections.



…Our findings will reveal what happened.

Suleiman Abba, inspector general of police, talking about the recent police blockade of the National Assembly complex.


When you come to a point where the government itself has become a burden on the people, then there is a need for new direction.

Musiliu Obanikoro, former minister of state for Defence, speaking on why he should be elected as the next governor of Lagos State.


It is now time for us to show him our appreciation for all he has been doing…

Patience Jonathan, wife of the President, admonishing the womenfolk to re-elect her husband in the 2015 election.


My brother, I am in real hell here on earth, welcome to my world of sorrow.

Chioma Okere, 33, mother of two, mourning her situation as relations of her late husband denied her access to his properties.

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