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Monday, 19 October 2015

Breakingnews: (Dictator) Buhari deployed over 50 heavily armed soldiers to Wike’s residence

Breakingnews: Buhari deployed over 50 heavily armed soldiers to Wike’s residence

By Jimitota Onoyume

Port Harcourt – About 50 heavily-armed soldiers mounted a blockade around the family residence of the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party,  PDP,  Barr Nyesom Wike as early as 6am today.

Vehicles were thoroughly searched before being allowed to drive through Wipey Junction, a busy intersection close to the family residence.

At about 6:40 am the soldiers were seen emptying sand bags from one of their trucks.

Efforts by Vanguard to take shots was rebuffed by one of the soldiers who appeared like the head of the troop.

Pedestrians were seen raising their hands as they walked pass the soldiers who took strategic positions with their riffles.

5 comments

  1. LEAVE WIKE ALONE BUHARI GO FACE THE ZOO YOU AND BRITAIN CREATED

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  2. Dictator is back! APC sympathizers will not see anything wrong with d actions of dictator..All d gutter media are asleep now,assuming is GEJ regime what yoruba media will be writing by now,are we in military regime?why is d dictator treating opposition with soldiers?dictator is there 4 not for APC agenda but 4 hausa foolani,as time goes on it will cut across every part even yoruba land,then question may be ask...Nigeria is fraud...

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    1. @ Jeff o. I pity people like you. this so called breaking news was carried by vanguard on 11th April, 2015 during governorship election. buhari was never the president at that time. please research before you make foolish accusation.

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  3. @ Jeff o. please search that headline on google and you will hate yourself. it is very old story and has nothing to do with this administration.

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  4. What have he done this time

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