tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post3746908711146237585..comments2014-08-13T13:14:14.054+01:00Comments on naijablog: MYA backs ditching the immunity clauseJeremy[email protected]Blogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-71593133979177393292008-01-30T14:40:00.000+01:002008-01-30T14:40:00.000+01:00Modibbo,Sorry if I wasn't clear.I meant to address...Modibbo,<BR/>Sorry if I wasn't clear.I meant to address anonymous 5:11on his name calling.I believe opinions can be shared without insulting people.<BR/>Take care.<BR/>SandrineSandrine[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-65059083504306364012008-01-30T01:07:00.000+01:002008-01-30T01:07:00.000+01:00MoSandy-baby,The nastiness was started by Naija bo...MoSandy-baby,<BR/><BR/>The nastiness was started by Naija boy, it was a personal, attack and racist to boot.<BR/><BR/>Also, a little sad (for him), because he assumed me to be 'Oyibo' - for some reason. Probably because I see something positive happening in Nija. We Nigerians have come to generally see no good thing coming out of our country.<BR/><BR/>I don't share that view.<BR/><BR/>MModibbo[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-87571429897590387402008-01-29T19:41:00.000+01:002008-01-29T19:41:00.000+01:00"Oyibo Boy".Wow! What a strong argument!Where are ..."Oyibo Boy".Wow! What a strong argument!Where are we,back in middle school? What's next, "yo mama"?And of course you don't sign your name.How predictable.Why don't you try to make your point without being nasty about it? It would be refreshing.<BR/>Just a thought.<BR/>SandrineSandrine[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-80653466946166134012008-01-29T08:58:00.000+01:002008-01-29T08:58:00.000+01:00Ooto lo so, ore mi.Ooto lo so, ore mi.Anonymous[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-13255406115449029912008-01-28T21:24:00.000+01:002008-01-28T21:24:00.000+01:00Nkan ti'ba muni muni ti ko ri'ni mu, iyen gaan ni ...Nkan ti'ba muni muni ti ko ri'ni mu, iyen gaan ni a npe ni "immunity."Rumba Stylee[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-61092148293814598422008-01-26T22:13:00.000+01:002008-01-26T22:13:00.000+01:00Naija boy, I am not sure which part is BS, as we h...Naija boy, I am not sure which part is BS, as we have come to the same conclusion.<BR/><BR/>The rule of law is the first step towards stable institutions. When we have an institutional basis for running our country, it should not matter who does or does not have immunity.<BR/><BR/>There is actually nothing wrong with immunity, as a concept. It can actually shield the whole polity from being brought down resulting from legal actions against elected officials.<BR/><BR/>What we had/have in Nigeria is not really immunity, but impunity. Even if this were dealt with, immunity clause or none, things would be better in Nigeria.Anonymous[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-71056509041033767732008-01-26T17:11:00.000+01:002008-01-26T17:11:00.000+01:00Bullshit!Oyibo boy, you think you understand Niger...Bullshit!<BR/><BR/>Oyibo boy, you think you understand Nigeria? Pls do not delude yourself.<BR/><BR/>Do Ministers have immunity? Do heads of parastatals have immunity? Do lawmakers have immunity? Do policemen have immunity? Does GMD NNPC have immunity? Do FCDA directors have immunity? Did state governors/administrators during military rule have immunity?<BR/><BR/>Only Governors/Dep Gov. and the President/VP have immunity, but its not a bad start.Anonymous[email protected]tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-8686769.post-69560144126671789992008-01-26T16:27:00.000+01:002008-01-26T16:27:00.000+01:00MYA may yet go down in history as the person that ...MYA may yet go down in history as the person that turned around Nija. Of course OBJ would like that title, and to an extent he might be right. The problem with OBJ is that he is of the 'old order'. Yes he kicked off the 'Reform' agenda, but he himself was basically an unreformed individual. He was incredibly corrupt and not averse to military tactics to get things done.<BR/><BR/>But this is the nature of reform. One leader is the last of the old order, the next the first of the new order. Think, Gorbachev/Yeltsin, De Klerk/Mandela etc.<BR/><BR/>Good luck to him.Anonymous[email protected]