Non ideological Non partisan Nigerian politics

I DO NOT SUPPORT ANY PARTY, NIGERIANS DON’T YET PRACTICE IDEOLOGICAL POLITICS

I am writing this short note out of SHEER exasperation, and because i want a short reference link i can quickly recall and post to those of us who haven’t yet called upon their capacity to distinguish between political party and political candidate such that they have the ability to support the candidate without necessarily supporting or campaigning for the party.

This is not meant to be something too sophisticated, but here goes:

 

I mean with all the decamping and party cross carpeting… People still see party and partisanship as something worth the paper it is written on??

This is unbelievable. I have had to explain to people before that the parties are meaningless, the party is a vehicle, and like any vehicle it can be driven by any competent driver.

I have also said that If GMB was under PDP party, i will support him.

NOW PLEASE DON’T LET ME EXPLAIN THIS AGAIN!

THANK YOU!

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Samuel Oviawe
Samuel Oviawe Greg, this is the catch in our Nigerian political situation. While you are right that the political parties are not worth more than the papers on which they are written, our Supreme Court decided that the political parties are the entities that are voSee More
February 24, 2015 at 11:16am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Thank you sir Samuel Oviawe, you are absolutely right!
February 24, 2015 at 4:19pm ·

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Funmi Azike
Funmi Azike Well put!
March 26, 2015 at 2:08pm ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Thank you Funmi
March 26, 2015 at 2:58pm ·

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TemiDayo Joseph Ajes
TemiDayo Joseph Ajes Well done Sir.. If People like You dn’t cry out the change we despirately want in this country, we will still be undergoing loading Transformation.. We cry for it and let it change us for good.. Change!
April 6, 2015 at 8:39am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator You are right TemiDayo Joseph Ajes, thank you for reaching out to me this morning, you may not know it, but you made me to decide to continue a mass enlightenment project i had suspended until now!
I will keep you in the loop on progress!
April 6, 2015 at 8:45am · Edited ·

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TemiDayo Joseph Ajes
TemiDayo Joseph Ajes Sir, if we can have National Orientation Program of Change in this country, Effectively Program that can change the mindset of Majority Nigerians.. We need Mental Liberation as Chris Onyichi said to me.. The changes the Mindset of Market women, garrage boys, Transporter, Elites and Etc…
April 6, 2015 at 8:52am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator TemiDayo Joseph Ajes, you are spot on, and that is exactly the project. You will be integral to this, and our friend Chris Onyishi, and my friend Tony Osagie (Albeit he is a PDP supporter). We are all 9jrns and love her, abi?
April 6, 2015 at 8:54am ·

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TemiDayo Joseph Ajes
TemiDayo Joseph Ajes We need to shake this Country with the words of change, if we have to make a change we must make use of the Chances of change., if we cry for it we can have it, let the least Nigerian Feel it and live it, it begins with You and I, we can change our country from Poverty to Properity, Failure to Success, etc.. Sir, lets #Reachout to our People for Change..
April 6, 2015 at 9:10am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator GBAAAM!
April 6, 2015 at 9:51am ·

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Ekundayo Jmo
Ekundayo Jmo Personal perspective! However, in politics you will have to work with people NOT angels!!
April 6, 2015 at 10:59am ·

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April 6, 2015 at 10:59am ·

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Eric Ayoola
Eric Ayoola · Friends with Abdul Umar and 116 others

Needless to say, I disagree with the writer, whilst he might be a drifter from one party to the other, there are some of us that do believe in a political ideology, hence the party matters. Some may jump here and there, something that the writer seem to endorse, but others would be social welfarist amd Progressives whilst some are right wing and reactionary . We are not all rudderless please.
April 8, 2015 at 1:15am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Eric Ayoola, ok what political ideology do you believe in?
What social welfarist or progressive or rightwing vs leftwing rudders/ policies are recognised in Nigerian politics that you believe in?
April 8, 2015 at 7:15am ·

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Oochie Udoji
Oochie Udoji Greg Ekhator….you are APC.
April 8, 2015 at 9:49am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Oochie, my dear, you are entitled to your opinion vis-a-vis freedom of expression and speech. Which our reformed new president will not deny you :-p
April 8, 2015 at 11:07am ·

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Greg Ekhator
Greg Ekhator Look at the shameless massive defection, because there is no ideology, no moral compass!!!
http://www.punchng.com/…/pdp-suffers-massive-defection…/

The Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday suffered a massive defection in Kwara, Edo, Niger and Ekiti states, following the emergence of Maj.…
PUNCHNG.COM
April 8, 2015 at 2:47pm ·

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