Who won the Nigerian Presidential Debate hosted by NN24?

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16 thoughts on “Who won the Nigerian Presidential Debate hosted by NN24?

  • Joseph

    (March 18, 2011 - 8:41 pm)

    I enjoyed this opportunity to see the potential future presidents being screened. out of the abaundance of their heart they have spoken. so we NIGERIANS will judge. honestly interms of tact ,articulation and educational charisma the kano state GOV is ahead. but my judgement is based on what the nation nigeria needs NOW!. A STEEL FACE APPROACH TO ELEMINATE CORRUPTION and THE REIGN OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY_that I am CONFIDENT we can get from BUHARI,

  • Opeoluwa O.

    (March 18, 2011 - 8:53 pm)

    Muhammadu Buhari 36.96% Nuhu Ribadu 13.04% Ibrahim Shekarau 50% so far the votes are coming in..hit http://goo.gl/fb/mA6Ox

  • Sophisticated.

    (March 18, 2011 - 9:20 pm)

    Shekarau**RT @cpafrica: Who won the Nigerian Presidential Debate hosted by NN24? http://goo.gl/fb/mA6Ox

  • Anonymous

    (March 18, 2011 - 11:57 pm)

    mall. Shekarau u 're d best candidate dt nigeria nd nigerians ever need.i was really impressed by yr presentations nd yr responses to questions as well as issues on how to solve d current problems in nigeria nd indeed d way u intend govern nigeria if elected as d president of nigeria come april twenty eleven.i am supportin u nd i wish every body wil follow suit .may allah choose u to b our president.

  • awwal musa

    (March 19, 2011 - 3:35 am)

    mall. Shekarau u ‘re d best candidate dt nigeria nd nigerians ever need.i was really impressed by yr presentations nd yr responses to questions as well as issues on how to solve d current problems in nigeria nd indeed d way u intend govern nigeria if elected as d president of nigeria come april twenty eleven.i am supportin u nd i wish every body wil follow suit .may allah choose u to b our president.

    • dokun lagos

      (March 19, 2011 - 4:45 am)

      nice one. i am also impressed with ibrahim shekerau

  • imoh equere

    (March 19, 2011 - 10:23 am)

    Yes shekarau, did well but i hear he is a good talker and little action i asked my friends who lives in Kano. I am voting for Buhari It is not about he is a northerner but the man who would effect a change

  • Eton

    (March 19, 2011 - 10:53 am)

    naija needs more than talk-talk and deception, it's now action time, w can trust buhari t lead naija out of d woods

  • MANU DAURA

    (March 19, 2011 - 11:45 am)

    BUHAR IS A GOOD SPEAKER WE NEED HIM TO LEAD OUR COUNTRY NIGERIA.

  • Adesoye Joseph G

    (March 19, 2011 - 12:28 pm)

    BUHARI IS THE MAN!!! HE MIGHT NOT BE A GOOD ORATOR UNLIKE MR SHEKARAU, BUT I KNOW HE'S A MAN OF ACTION, ALSO UNLIKE SHEKARAU… BUHARI IS THE MAN TO LEAD US FORWARD

  • Attahiru Ahmad

    (March 19, 2011 - 3:38 pm)

    it doesnt really matter who speaks well in the debate, what matters most is the passion and sincererity in what they say, and honestly i see that in BUHARI.

  • Ola Soetan

    (March 20, 2011 - 2:35 pm)

    Shekarau is a very articulate and objective speaker owing to his training as a teacher unlike his opponent general buhari who had been trained to act and not to talk.I will giv my vote to a man who execute actions not a man who can talk away strategies and action. If Shekarau can do it,then Kano state should have won d attention of the nation hence the world by now.Go Buhari! Go General! Go Action!…leave story to those who have been trained to narrate it. Some make stories while others talk about it. Make Hi-Story sir.

  • mmn kano

    (March 20, 2011 - 2:51 pm)

    yes, well agreed he is a teacher can talk very well but he used his tactical talk to deceived nigerians iam from kano i know ,this tenure is talk speak louder than action vice versa.please dont let him deceive u actually he is a deceiver our best we trust is BB with confidence 4 feature nigerians.

  • kety

    (March 21, 2011 - 8:05 pm)

    a good leader should be self disciplined, accountable, sincere and of undoubted character; we are leaving witnesses to what the socalled malam has done with his mastery of articulation but insincerity of action. for eight years or so, we have seen total disregard for peoples' choice, priority and welbeing, with so much potential in human resources, commerce/trade, agriculture, industries, huge population and above all hospitality, kano still remain backward in development (economic and human). while mobilising the populace towards his coined idea of rebranding, societal re-orientation or whatever name is called "adaidaita sahu" he is busy wasting aware our resources by his chosen few (cronies and errands in government) through various forms of contract inflation, like the water project of initially 5.6B that eventually engulfed over 11.0B a supposedly 18 mnths effort, which took over four years to be completed. Is this the kind of leader nigerians want, who lacks commitment to the course of his people and cannot prioritise their need that would ensure steady and continuous growth.

  • JOSHUA DIKOROM

    (March 23, 2011 - 11:52 am)

    RT @cpafrica: Who won the Nigerian Presidential Debate http://www.cp-africa.com/2011/03/18/won-nigerian-presidential-debate-hosted-nn24/

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