Saturday, November 29, 2014

The Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, on Wednesday
declared that the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu
Tambuwal, no longer occupies his seat after defecting from the
ruling Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to All Progressives Congress,
The police boss made the blunt comments as he appeared before
the House committee investigating the invasion of the National
Assembly by police last Thursday.
The committee invited the IG to explain the barricade of National
Assembly which led to chaos as some lawmakers scaled the fence
to gain entrance.
At the meeting, Mr. Abba pointedly refused to address Mr.
Tambuwal as speaker, triggering angry responses from members of
the committee.
The IG referred to the speaker as "Alhaji Tambuwal".
When confronted by lawmakers, Mr. Abba said he would not
comment further on the case since it is before a court.
The hearing was adjourned abruptly as Mr. Abba stood his ground.
The police chief accused Mr. Tambuwal of leading a band of "thugs"
to invade the National Assembly and assault police officers on duty.
He said security was strengthened around the National Assembly on
Thursday to prevent likely invasion of the premises by political
Mr. Abba said there was credible information that the National
Assembly was going to be penetrated.
"The police high command directed the Commissioner of Police,
FCT, to strengthen the security arrangement in the assembly, the
police headquarters and the INEC headquarters," he said.
"In the process of safeguarding the security of the National
Assembly on the 20th of November, we collaborated with the
National Assembly Sergeant-at-Arm according to laid down
"Members were being asked to identify themselves before they
could be allowed into the premises.
"The invasion of the National Assembly by large number of
suspected thugs caused a reinforcement at the second gate.
"We saw how security at that gate was compromised and we are
investigating the issue of teargas thrown at people,'' Mr. Abba said.
The police chief said officers were "physically beaten, disobeyed and
many other things".
He told the lawmakers his decision to order a siege on the assembly
was in support of democracy.
"From the day I was appointed acting Inspector General of Police, in
my maiden speech I made a pledge that policing all over the world
has gone beyond the issue of arresting suspected criminals,
investigating and prosecuting offenders. Policing worldwide and
Nigeria inclusive, which I pledge to be part of, now include the
support of the development of democracy," he said.
Mr. Abba continued: "I want to state that that pledge was not just
for the words, I meant it. Since then all my effort has been in that
direction in addition to other responsibility on my shoulder.
"2015 elections are around the corner and political activities and
politicking has heightened. As a result of that, I discussed with my
colleagues and told them that we should make all efforts to make
our election credible and peaceful. In the last meeting we had in two
weeks ago, I told them to be focused on efforts that will enable the
police control the activities of political thugs and to mop up arms.
"I told them to do everything within the limit of the provision of the
law to ensure that people do not take laws into their hands, so that
we can have credible and safe conduct of the 2015 elections."
He said the invasion of the assembly was partly in response to an
earlier threat by the APC to cause mayhem in Abuja.
"On the 19th of November, members of a political party including
their leaders and a serving Governor conducted a rally at the Eagle
square. They proceeded in a procession to the headquarters of the
Nigeria Police and made uncomplimentary statements among which
was the fact that what they were doing that afternoon was just a tip
of the iceberg of what they will be doing in subsequent days," he
"They promised to come back on the 20th to continue the
procession with the blockage of the police headquarters, and even
promising to extend to other areas including the National Assembly
and the headquarters of INEC.
"Bearing in mind what happened in the parliament in Burkina Faso
on 30th October 2014, security was strengthened and it included
that the operational procedures of the security of the National
Assembly, must be complied with. That is why the arrangement of
self-identification were made for members to identify themselves,
and that went around and some of the principal officers of the
National Assembly complied and that went on.
"Until when that was disrupted on the arrival of Alhaji Aminu
Tambuwal. With the disruption of the arrangement by quite a
number of suspected thugs, the second gate was not only closed
but reinforcement.
He said the teargas fired by police merely "exploded".
"And to answer to the teargas, yes. Unfortunately, the tear gas
exploded outside the gate and that is being investigated, the
circumstances is being investigated. We saw how security
arrangement at that gate was compromised and we saw how people
we suspect to be thugs crossed the fence and that resulted in the
unfortunate incident were tear gas exploded," the police chief said.

Monday, November 24, 2014

Messages: ---------- Bolujo Gregory: No matter how cheap the promo of casket may be, in the remaining 39 days of this year 2014, it will not be use 4 u in d name of Almighty God. Pls send it to 12 people u love including me if u wish to.

Messages: ---------- Bolujo Gregory: No matter how cheap the promo of casket may be, in the remaining 39 days of this year 2014, it will not be use 4 u in d name of Almighty God. Pls send it to 12 people u love including me if u wish to.

Bolujo Gregory: No matter how cheap the
promo of casket may be, in
the remaining 39 days of this
year 2014, it will not be use
4 u in d name of Almighty
God. Pls send it to 12 people
u love including me if u wish to.

Sent from my Blog

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Saturday, November 22, 2014

My name is Capt--------, we are just less than 15 minutes away from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.

(15 minutes later)

Welcome to our country.

A country where everything we do "America Will Know"

A country where stealing is not corruption

A country where 16 persons is more than 19 persons.

A country where 7 is the required decorum (two-third) of 26 members to impeach Speaker and Deputy Speaker.

A country where All Animals are the equal but some are more equal than the other.

A country where we can impeach the Deputy Governor for rearing Fowls while the Governor is speared for rearing Pigs.

A country where we distribute branded Match box, sachet water, bottle water, palm wine (oguro),  palm oil, kerosene, broom, cooked rice, salt etc as souvenirs soliciting for your votes.

A country where you must learn how to scale fence to be a politician, ask the guy who scaled the white house fence.

A country where the IGP is superior to the number 4 citizen

A country where the number 3 citizen can be SLAPPED and "nothing dey happen".

A country where the number 4 citizen will have to gate crash and other honourable members jumb fences to attend plenary sessions.

A country where the house of assembly is locked for 6 months and the keys to it inside the Governors pocket.

A country where the House of Assembly operates from the Governors Bedroom.

A country where Orisirisi is our daily buffet.

Enjoy your stay in our beloved country.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Monday, November 3, 2014