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In this episode, the gang discusses the current decline in voter apathy in Nigeria, the just held APC primaries, the lack of excellent albums in 2022, and much more.
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This hosts combo Elite!!!
Excel na case…😆
When does pvc registration close though?
Excel is that guy!
Tolani watin u day talk sef…..
Just listened to your segment on spotify. You've got yourself a fan for life.Your debates are so so mind blowing. I APPLAUD your take on that toxic work place environment and your takes on the civil war. Only huge conglomerates can afford to provide a PLEASANT workplace environment .
Literally every single start is TOXIC. You need spine to start a start-up and a massive level of toxicity.
White colar job is boring , deal with ittt.
I think you guys were mistaking Tambuwal for Kwankwaso, Kwankwaso is no more on PDP
Not Kwankwaso it was Tambuwal and Wike
Guys no bleeping pls.
We need the roughness and ginger!
Wtf is this tolani guy shouting in the middle of an intellectual conversation ?🤦🏽♂️🤦🏽♂️🤦🏽♂️💀💀💀🤡🤡🤡
You guys should go and study Anambra politics to understand Peter Obi. Remember that Anambra is the state with the richest igbo men and had some of the strongest godfathers. So for him to maneuver with all the political heavyweights there, will give you insight. Peter Obi has the entire southeast on his back. You people don't understand the anger igbos are coming with in this election after feeling marginalised. Tribal sentiment still plays a factor in Obi's favour. You guys are missing the point. Both APC and PDP spat in the face of igbos especially pdp after all the years of support pdp enjoyed in the southeast. APC failed woefully in the southeast during the elections. Do you guys know that the most popular igbo politicians in pdp left? You guys are really missing the point. This is the first time igbos are actively going out of their way to get pvcs. The regular igbo person doesnt give a shit about politics but this time, it is very different. It is not just youth agitation but igbo anger. Take your minds out of Lagos and Southwest calculations. Fun fact, the largest bloc of igbo voters are actually outside the Southeast. Listen to the conversations in Alaba, computer village, sabongeri etc. You guys are forgetting the igbo sentiment involved. The person that came out as the factional candidate in LP resigned the same day after being threatened by Ohanaeze youth and massob. Have you asked yourselves why igbo agitation has calmed down recently? In all your conversations, you guys left out the igbo factor. For the typical igbo person, it is almost un-igbo currently to support anyone else
APC governors also wanted power shift to the south.
Wike backed Tambuwal against Atiku in 2018 pdp primaries in Port Harcourt just to point out. Tambuwal came second in that primary election. It was Tambuwal not Kwankwaso. Tambuwal's closest ally in PDP has always been Tambuwal.
Ermm it was Tambuwal who "betrayed Wike and not Kwankwaso…
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this guys are just mad abeg we are wick with no light no road no education you are mad abed
oga relax oh like what the fuck bro let the woman talk
Keep nacking melody ,so beautiful we can watch it, lol, love you melody.
When you f*** me hahahaha
Aisha is 100% correct