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Laughter Attack At APC Meeting As Man Seeks Help To Become President

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Feb 4, 2014 – Laughter Attack At APC Meeting As Man Seeks Help To Become Nigerian President

A mild drama occurred on Monday at a stakeholders meeting of the Ogun All Progressives Congress, APC, when a member of the audience announced his intention to contest for the presidency in 2015 and sought for the party’s support.

The meeting, which took place at the June 12 Cultural Centre, Abeokuta, was presided over by the Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun. In attendance were leaders of the party as well as members across all the 20 local government areas.

The presidential aspirant, Tajudeen Diamonds, declared his ambition during the question and answer session. The moderator had asked participants who had questions to ask to raise their hands. Mr. Diamonds did, and he was called to speak.

Handed the microphone, Mr. Diamonds stated that he had come all the way from Kano State to attend the stakeholders’ meeting in Abeokuta and to seek for the party’s support ahead of the 2015 elections.

“I am from Kano. I love APC. I love Amosun and I want to say this publicly that I want to contest the presidential election under the banner of APC, our party. How do I go about this because I need your support?” he asked.

His frank declaration was greeted with laughter by the baffled gathering. At this point, the Master of Ceremony, perhaps presuming that all was not right with the potential presidential aspirant, discreetly took the microphone from Mr. Diamonds.

In an interview with PREMIUM TIMES after the event, Mr. Diamonds rolled out his 19-point agenda which included 18 hours of power supply nationwide, the establishment of 36 Federal Universities of Agriculture, the creation of 300,000 jobs for each state, camera on every street across Nigeria, more barracks, several National Film Institutes, N16,000 monthly salary for youth between the ages of 18 and 25 as well as the construction of six refineries, among others.

Mr. Diamonds also made a case for a tenure of five years for political office holders and stated that he would fix minimum wage at N25,000.

He also disclosed that he had already printed over one million posters, which would be distributed across Nigeria in due course.

[Source: Premium Times]



  1. joyce williams

    February 4, 2014 at 5:37 AM

    hahaha the man must be high on cocaine or something President my foot

  2. Opebi James

    February 4, 2014 at 6:08 AM

    If God chooses him, nobody can stop him

  3. Olufemi Adebisi

    February 4, 2014 at 7:03 AM

    He has a good and achievable ajenda,but the power russtler won’t give him a chance. In a normal society,this is the kind of person we should all support.

  4. markco

    February 4, 2014 at 7:11 AM

    Please go ahead, I don’t see reason why they should not give him chance. Remember, God uses the foolish things of this world to conform the wise. He might win.

  5. b.Taiwo

    February 4, 2014 at 9:28 AM

    Dont Laugh this man again,he might be our messiah…..God will grant your heart desire,keep on

  6. Prophet Gbenga Rotimi"KINI IWO NFE"

    February 4, 2014 at 10:46 AM

    Is another new move to Nigeria again, GLORY BE TO GOD. Pls open ur bible and read Ecc 12 : 11 for me, am not judge or in support of any but my great citizen of this nation, let us ask ourself why do i want to be in any politices office and if you are one now,have you ever asked yourself how you got there?, oh the story will soon tells.
    Let us pray Nigerians, father in jesus name, we ask for truth to rule your beloved country NIGERIA in jesus name (AMEN). daddy we thank you for your grace on us. * 08038433483 #

  7. The truth

    February 4, 2014 at 11:07 AM

    Why do dey seize d mic? Selfish tings. Am just lafing too. Its people dat makes up political party. D same PDP memba, are d APC, so wats d different? Na d same people oooooo! Am stil lafing…..

  8. Ben

    February 4, 2014 at 12:04 PM

    Nigerians stop been foolish, this is how others promise to us heaven and earth and when you vote for them they will go their normal business. As for me, one thing i promise them is that i will never cast a vote to any body to rule, be it Governor or Presidential election i will never vote for them because, God almighty is the only one who will save us we Nigerians from all of their evils

  9. Okoh

    February 4, 2014 at 12:21 PM

    How can we reach mr. Diamond at least by email,he is the type we are looking for?

  10. hamzy

    February 4, 2014 at 12:39 PM

    a lot of people have great plans for nigeria,but firstly we need to ask would people really buy their ideas and vision ? and can they even get elected into power ? and even if they are elected can their policy or ideas be implemented and will those they work with, have that passion to make those great policy successful ? we rather love popular rich thieves and criminals than unpopular poor hard working decent people.
    that is why we are reaping what we sow
    the problem of Nigerians are by Nigerians

    until we all stop voting for crooks, honoring criminals, endorsing corruption and creating environment for crimes to be committed.
    hmmmmm we really have a long way to go and i believe the very first thing we have to do to help bring a massive change in Nigeria , is by vigorously working on our orientation through all forms of the media by promoting nigeria positively to ourselves Nigerians because we need to believe in ourself before anyone else can believe in us , they need to change the way we think and do things .
    about 65% of nigerians see nothing wrong with crime, 419, frauds, corruption even at the smallest level , corruption, is still corrpution until we start changing how we think towards this things then we can build a viable economy
    its not about the amount of billions been pump into the system to make nigeria a better place that matters but how the small kobos and naira had been spent and manage wisely .
    and also because 1 good person among 100 bad people is equally as bad because his goodness will never reflect . we might have a good leader but the people around them are very very corrupt and bad.
    let us all help change Nigerian by first changing how we think, and do things, and condemn corruption to its minimal level
    God bless nigeria
    abiola hamzat

  11. Dan

    February 4, 2014 at 3:19 PM

    Nigeria……where we cheer proven thieves and jeer at regular patriots.

  12. Hammed musbau

    February 5, 2014 at 10:40 PM

    I support him and i believe god will support him also to archive his ambition

  13. ayoola

    February 7, 2014 at 1:11 PM

    pls let him be. everybody has a right to vote and be voted for. so, if he said he wanted to be president. let him contest for d primary election in his party. it was his right. dont denY him of that APC.

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