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Babajide Otitoju
I am a journalist, historian, polemicist and patriot. I have had varied experience in both the print and electronic media.
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Babajide Otitoju Feb 19
To see evil and be silent about it is the worst form of cowardice.
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Babajide Otitoju Feb 6
God did not design human life for it to be made as cheap and as brutish as it currently is in Nigeria.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 13
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A lemon stealing whore 🍋 Jan 9
White people do all this to save a dog from the streets but literally ignore the homeless human man they’re stealing from
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
Ma da won lohun jare, eniyan iyi. Awon alaroka ati keni ma ni. Isubu eda ni won ma nwa kiri.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
Don't mind them, a commissioner in elrufai's govt too accused me of saying elrufai will lose. After he watched it he apologised. I never made any definitive declaration that he will lose. In Bauchi and Adamawa I said clearly APC will lose. Most of them didn't even watch it.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
In your eatlier post you claimed I said "I do not see elrufai winning". When you now watched it did you hear me say that? He won with less than 200k votes. In 2015 he won with more than 500k votes. I had predicted that it would be more difficult for him this time and I was right.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
I can't say elrufai will win is not the same thing as saying he will lose. I never predicted that he will lose. NEVER. This is simple English, but on the same programme I went on to say he will have to fight harder because this will be a much more difficult election to win.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
We have played back that episode before on JH to clear up needless lies. I said clearly that the election will be difficult for him. That is not the same thing as saying he will not be elected.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
Again you lied out of suspected jealousy and fault-finding. I never said I don't see elrufai winning kaduna state governorship election.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
I never said so. I only said the election will be more difficult for him than 2015 and that was what happened. The winning margin was smaller this time. All past editions of JH are on youtube. I challenge you to produce where I said elrufai would lose. Stop lying against me.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 10
Replying to @channelstv
So you believe his go to prison.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 8
Replying to @Gen_Buhar
If we are ready to pay our counterpart fund the Chinese will move in. Since Fashola and the Chinese firm's reps signed the MOU in November 2017 in Jalingo nothing has happened on the site.I was at the Baru dam site. If we bring the funding from our side the project will kick off.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 8
Replying to @Gen_Buhar @tholex360
Thank you for the clarification, I was wondering how Jonathan even in a drunken state could have approved a contract sum higher than Nigeria's earnings from oil in a whole year for one project. The truth is, we don't have such money. We are banking on the Chinese.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 6
What is the point you are making?
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 6
Gov Zulum of Borno state heard today that soldiers caused a big traffic gridlock on Maiduguri-Damaturu highway, collecting N1000 each from drivers.He went there, upbraided the soldiers and ordered that the drivers on the endless queue be released to proceed on their journeys.
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Babajide Otitoju Jan 6
El-rufai positively vibrating!
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Babajide Otitoju Dec 29
Today on Journalists Hangout, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu speaks on the onerous task of governing Lagos. Time: 5pm-7pm. Let's go there!
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Babajide Otitoju Dec 29
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Archbishop of Canterbury Dec 27
The murder by terrorists of 12 Christian hostages in Nigeria has been much ignored over Christmas. With deep sorrow let us pray for them and those close to them, and for God’s judgement on their killers. They are martyrs to Christ.
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