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See Lucky Igbinedion’s Multi-Billion Naira Signature Mansion in Abuja

Lucky Igbinedion, the Ex-governor of Edo state whose corruption case is pending in court possesses a massive Multi Billion Naira Mansion in Abuja. The 34 room housed labeled “SIGNATURE HOUSE” is situated in high class section of Abuja.

Lucky Igbinedion, Wife and Children

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Lord have mercy on the suffering masses in this country ooooooooo. These politicians will soon experience what I termed the full wrath of God. Their judgement will commence from this earth to hell fire. Barawooooooos



  1. shola

    November 5, 2011 at 6:36 AM

    Only God can help us

  2. sophia

    November 5, 2011 at 10:20 AM

    who are those dat will be living in dis house?

  3. keee

    November 5, 2011 at 2:20 PM

    agree….that judgement will not commence except the people take their own destiny into their own hands and go on the streets like we have seen in libya, tunisia

  4. atinuke

    November 5, 2011 at 3:43 PM


  5. rosemary

    November 5, 2011 at 6:18 PM

    na wao

  6. James Abogunjoko

    November 5, 2011 at 8:12 PM

    Nigerians will have to start by rejecting these LOOTERS who call themselves leaders. No unfortunate aspect is that rather than reject them, society praises them and gives them recognition. The Libyan revolution will occur in Nigeria very soon – The book of Lamentation 4 verse 9 in the Bible is a confirmation of this.

  7. Yusuf Ibrahim Abdul

    November 5, 2011 at 10:05 PM

    Hmmmmmmmm stealing from Edo to develop Abuja? Well thank God it is in not far away Dubai or London as in others. when the revolution starts we shall know where to go

  8. Wasiu Titina

    November 5, 2011 at 11:25 PM

    I am tired of Nigerians talking about revolution, with due respect we are not the type of people that carry out revolutions for very simple reasons, we are all very dishonest, gullible and nepotistic in our reasoning.

    We still protect our own who are thieves and criminals, hear what we say; ha it is our turn for an hausa man to steal now, because a yoruba man has been stealing for the last ten years, ha he is our person, he is from my side of the country.

    this is the one that disarms most of us, is it because he is a muslim? or catholic? or protestant? when a pastor stole what did you people do now a muslim has stolen you want to call for enquiries? abi

    remember the billions stolen from the nigerian state when our former president was sick by the toilet cabals has been swept under the carpet, you know what i may not be you run of the order eloquent speaker i have come to see that this country is a farce, we are all comedians, revelers.

    poop man steals a goat, his hands are cut off, big man steals billions of naira he is covered up and allowed to settle with part of is loot or at best spends six months in prison attimes in a choice hospital.

    the laws are for the poor, the nigerian society practice a worst form of the caste system, poor to die poor except he steals or bombs is way to financial freedom or relevance or kidnaps a trade made popular by the political class now a way of life for jobless and hard hit nigerians.

    God would catch all of us, you know poor on poor violence is worst than what the criminally minded politicians are doing we fight for everything, even air well i know they are the ones behind the carnage but must we not use our brains, look at Jos, maiduguri Abia etc in short look at nigeria, a shame of a country with all we have we should be living like kings, mark you Libyans did not kill Gaddafi because he did not development the country or out of poverty pangs, no no no, he was killed because familiarity has bred contempt, 42 years same man, same family.

    That is what we should also rise up to change here 50 years same lies, same hags, same political whores, same faces, same manifestos, same styles of administration, same corrupt police, same insensitive army, same idiots, same arrogance from the infidels milking the country dry under vague guises.

    It is when we are truly tire of this things (politicians) without thinking of the immediate half hearted succours then that is when we can all rise and have our own revolution, but unfortunately they have killed it before it started, we are not educated in realities of issues around us, why must i a middlebeltan burn down the house of politicians from my village? they have not allowed us think through this, until then, i wait and look how we go on………………..

  9. Nnamani_stella

    November 7, 2011 at 10:12 PM

    May God help the poor?

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