Friday, 1 October 2010

Photospeak: Abuja Bomb Blast Victim

14 comments:

  1. this is wicked and terrible

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  2. It's quite unfortunite that Nigeria at fifty, we are still undergoing this kind of barbaric act, all as a result of ineffective and irresponsible leadership in the country since independence. Well, while I wish the innocent victims of Abuja bomb blast quick recovery,I pray to GOD Almighty to protect the lives of innocent souls, Amen.

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  3. This is bad! This is evil!! Can't these idiots be tracked down and flushed out? I will suggest that all the leaders of the so called ex-militants be arrested until they tell us who is in MEND among them. I want to believe that these ex-militants are fooling Nigerians by enjoying Federal government sponsorship and having the gut to bomb innocent citizens. This is unacceptable.

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  4. Too bad, we are to celebrate together.

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  5. i think those boys are trying to pass a message if they are the one at all. Nigeria at 50 we should be mourning, there is nothing to cerebrate,let those who see what to celebrate celerate, for me i see nothing to celebrate. Every Nigerian leader try to create a positive image of himself during endorsement and the first few years in office, the rest full of rust. Let the House of Assembly and House of Representative and all those who know where Nigeria money are, let them celebrate their shame of their rule of fifty years without electricity, decayed educational system, mass poverty and suffereing, corruption in its climax. Here we are with another story of bumb blast, all fingers pointing at Militant. On his campaign/celebration he brought militant to aso rock will be their stand, if i were Jonathan, i will never contest as a Nigeria President, Since fate had it that i should be preseident. To maintain integrity and prestige like Shagari. Abdulsalam looting supercede Abacha, just because he keep to his promise, he is internatioanl applaused. Why not Goodluck do the same thing?

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  6. this is absolutely unpredictable.nigeria has now turn to Irag,pakistan and afghanistan.NA NAWAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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  7. it is really a shame that this is what Nigeria has turned to

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  8. I pray that God should have mercy on this Country.

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  9. IBRAHIM SULEIMAN2 October 2010 at 16:18

    THIS SHOWS THAT OUR PRESIDENT IS A TOTAL FAILURE BECAUSE HE COULDNT EVEN GUARANTEE THE SAFETY OF INNOCENT NIGERIANS EVEN HERE IN THE FEDERAL CAPITAL, WHAT A SHAME.

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  10. Fuck the people who did this!... It should have been targeted at Ministers, Senators, Governors and even the damn president. KILLING innocent and struggling Nigerians is a devilish act.... FUCK U BOMBERS AGAIN.... U killed d wrong persons.. If you have guts, take d bomb and place it in the National Assembly let those monkeys burn to hell.

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  11. i believe in the fact that the Niger Delta region deserve more that they have gotten from nigeria.... I believe that most of our leaders should rot in jail for their looting..., I believe that there is a lot of shamelessness in our security situation..., yet... THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR THIS!!! If this is MEND, then everyone of them should be fished out AND STONED TO DEATH OR LYNCHED! This is not the MEND I would subscribe to. Which bomb did Anthony Enahoro, Zik of Africa, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Tafawa Balewa, e.t.c. and all the great leaders and Heroes of the past throw to obtain our independence? This dastardly act should no more be tolerated. if this is MEND, then we should DECLARE WAR AGAINST MEND!!! If they are truly fighting for the Niger Delta, they would be content, hopeful and glad that one of their own is the President, AND MOST LIKELY WOULD BE THE NEXT, IF THIS IS NOT AN ATTEMPT BY SOME IRRESPONSIBLE ELEMENTS TO TWART THAT!

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  12. www.outofpovertylife.blogspot.com comments....

    death to those killers. How Nigeria turn to Iraq, Pakistan and Somalia?

    No matter the degree of marginalisation , Nigeria does not deserve this shaeful art.

    Shame to any person or group of persons that is vomiting terrorism in God-fearing- nation.

    danwa

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  13. I hope that this photo alerts Nigerians on the need for us to be accountable to our country (the general people). Let us expose each other NOW 'cos tomorrow it might as well be you or someone dear to you who is on that stretcher anywhere in Nigeria. Nobody has the right to do this to anyone. It's not justifiable even as a revenge 'cos vengeance is the Lord's.

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  14. Nigerians beware,this bomb blast issue is like a warning to us,we need to be very careful,lets join hands and minds together and pray for this country,we really need to,may the innocent souls RIP.

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