Welcome to Breaking Times, a  global online newspaper for synthesizing news down to easy-to-read-and-comprehend stories.

About the author

Osita Duru

Welcome to Breaking Times, a global online newspaper for synthesizing news down to easy-to-read-and-comprehend stories. Send e mails to ; [email protected]

Related Articles

18 Comments

  1. 1

    Okwudili

    Fayose where are you, even dead buhari is better than you and your corrupt and evil partners, buhari will live long nothing will happen to him

    Reply
    1. 1.1
  2. 2

    Osujizy

    Weather buhari is dead,sicky or alive, Nigerians made their choice already,we tested you and your lies for 16 good years what we got was a massive loot of the nation’s treasury,which the worst of it happend in the last general elections which nigerians decided not to sale their conscience again.please mr. Ayo let nigerian have Peace and enjoy the change they voted for thanks.

    Reply
    1. 2.1

      Aye

      Stop the prejudicial Approach and be rational at times! Do you think you are to be blamed as well in a way by your actions of voting in an inactive president ? Why is your uncontrollable anxiety haunting you whenever Gov. Fayose has had his voice heard reasonably on salient issues that bothered on the greatest number of Nigerians ? If his roles in this dispensation even as an opposition voice is what inflicts you, then get ready to be sentenced soon as your boss might soon be charged too. Sycophant !

      Reply
  3. 3

    Realist

    I agree with Fayose something is fitching, presidency is hiding something about the President. Instead of being transparent and tell Nigerians the condition of Buhari, they are playing hide and seek game, but for how long. After hiding Yardua for several months, it got to a point of no return. When lie travel 20 years, the truth catch up within a day because lie travels marathon but truth runs spinster.

    Reply
  4. 4

    Johnjay Abel

    Comment…true talk, mr fayose,where is mr president Buhari.

    Reply
  5. 5

    Man of God

    Comment…If you are wishing death to someone you are just deceiving your self because health and life is in the hand of GOD.

    long live President Muhammadu Buhari
    long live Nigeria

    Reply
  6. 6

    zuma

    Hmmm sentiment will finally drag Nigeria to the grave. Fayose is neither an angel but that should not make us to run away from the truth. Buhari is simply incapacitated but pple choose to sit on the fence as a result of ethnicity and tribalism. It will never be well with the fourth generation of those that put us in this shame and agony

    Reply
  7. 7

    SOMEBODY

    SO FAR NAIJA IS MOVING FORWARD FROM WHERE PEOPLE DECEIVING PEOPLES (PDP) PEG IT AFTER LOOTING OUR TREASURY DRY. IT’S NOT SEEN BUARY IN LIVE CHAT IS D PROBLEM BUT HAND WORK.

    Reply
  8. 8

    sani

    some people are biggoat, they comment out of hatred for fayose leaving the fact of the matter

    Reply
  9. 9

    Brazil

    Comment…Ayo didn’t say Buhary is death,Nigerian’s didn’t make their choice and neither did he say evil will follow him nor wishing him death as life is for God,no, he just ask a simple question,where is ” President Buhari” in which every other good citizen of this country can still do if u look and didn’t see ur President. May be b4 asking he checked him in Aso Rock and didn’t see him, he checked him in he’s home town and did not see him and finally checked him in all the states and didn’t see him and that’s why he’s asking where’s this man so that he can go and meet him for official matters as a Gov. but the way some of you commented it looks as if you already have a hole to pick against the young man in everything he said and also you know the way about of the President he’s looking for, pls if u do tell him but if u don’t help him out and find Mr President than attacking he’s good question to fellow Nigerians where’s President Buhari.

    Reply
  10. 10

    rick

    It is so amazing to have a rascal as a governor in our dear Nation. Same rascal said so many things while our president was in London and non materialise. PDP supervised the greatest loots in our Nation history with so much money carted away.
    More and more of these loot being discovered everyday no ending. No wonder our Nation was or still in recession.
    Fayose never open his uncontrollable big mouth any day to criticise those behinds the looters instead he focus on peddling negative emotion against our President who has done so much to expose the evil, greedy and heartless brothers and sister we trusted with our vote.

    Reply
  11. 11

    Harrybaby

    Which way to go?

    Reply
  12. 12

    ify

    please if you want to respond to the issue raised by the peoples Governor,HE Ayodele Fayose,do so with your real name or alias that reflect your region,stop using igbo names to attack him,remember we gave only 5% and we are paying the price so allow us to live in peace.stop playing dirty politics with us please,no sane,true igbo will attack fayose cos we respect him a lot

    Reply
    1. 12.1

      odinaka

      some people can b so silly, an issue is raised instead of dealing wit d issue u are attacking d person who raised it. for sure , u r speaking out of hatred buh it will dawn on us very soon

      Reply
  13. 13

    lord Alex

    please media chat is not our problem now our problem is good governance. ago get ready to b with dasuki sambo after your tenure bcus ekitigate case is waiting for you thief .

    Reply
  14. 14

    nabob

    Comment…some Igbo’s will always support this man called fayose because of their hatred for peoples president. dead, sick or alive buhari has made us to realised that Nigeria would have been a better country to live if not for some idiot who only have the interest of their families at hearth by milking the nation dry.anyway, evil that every body do to Nigeria must surely live by them. long live Buhari

    Reply
  15. 15

    Aye

    The political engineers who sat down and designed this regime of Buhari may have had this prototypical format of governance before now. Do you think, tension as not sent irritating signals to the Northern political elites on account of the present condition of the President ? The former is disposed only to its current scheme or strategy in order to be relevant. But, who knows for how long will the scheme be effective? After all, Nigerian elites have long adopted gerontocratic style of Governance, so if Mr President dies on the seat, what could be so strange in that, though, death isn’t synonymous with the aged ? It is sad that we in this situation. But, the condition of a president is the personification of the nation; that is, a weaker president connotes a weaker nation and vice-versa, most times.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Copyright 2014 Breaking Times Communications. All rights reserved