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Congratulations, Sen. Obama: An Open Letter to the President-
Elect
by engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi.ajanaku| November 5, 2008 at 12:54 AM
I'm writing this post from my desk, As you will see, it is a congratulatory message to Barack Obama.
Dear Mr. President-Elect:
Congratulations on Tuesday night. As  activist of AFT's e-Activists who share my philosophy of government., I am proud of your accomplishment. your campaign has shown that a centralized long term campaign organization is not mutually exclusive with decentralized short term action plans. Over the past decade, failed campaigns have shown that grassroots action by itself cannot succeed without direction.
SINCERELY YOURS
 
 
 
ENGR.DR.SAMUEL.ADENIYI.AJANAKU
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From: senator_obama@obama.senate.gov
Subject: Message from Senator Barack Obama
To: samuelajanaku@yahoo.co.uk
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 10:47:16 -0400

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Dear Samuel.Adeniyi.:

Thank you for advising me of your support for the establishment of personal retirement accounts within the Social Security system. I appreciate hearing your comments on this extremely important issue.

Although no Social Security reform legislation has been formally considered on the Senate floor this session, I have been following this discussion closely. I understand that some adjustments may need to be made to preserve the financial integrity of the program for current beneficiaries and to assure that workers who are paying Social Security taxes today get a solid return on their investment when they eventually retire. However, it is important to also remember that Social Security provides an important safety net to millions of older Americans, and that commitment should be respected. And, as we evaluate any reform proposal, we should not ignore the implications for today's workers, and their children, of the government potentially borrowing trillions of dollars to pay for the transition to private accounts at a time of historically high federal deficits and escalating national debt. After all, we are creating a crushing financial burden that will fall on the next generation to pay off.

It is my hope that the effort to “reform†Social Security will be undertaken in a bipartisan spirit that protects the basic integrity of the Social Security program. Seniors have lived up to their end of the bargain, and workers who are paying into the system have the right to the expectation of a reasonable return on their investment in the Social Security System when they retire. The government must live up to its responsibility in this contract as it looks for ways to protect the investment of current workers.

Again, thank you for contacting me about Social Security reforms. Please stay in touch in the days ahead.

Sincerely,

Barack Obama
United States Senator

P.S. Our system does not allow direct response to this email. However, if you would like to contact me again, please use the form on the website: http://obama.senate.gov/contact/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Wednesday, 5 November, 2008 4:18 AM
From:
"AFT president Randi Weingarten" <e-activist@aft.org>
To:
"engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi ajanaku" <samuelajanaku@yahoo.co.uk>
Dear engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi ajanaku,

Thank you. Barack Obama's historic election as president is in
no small part due to the hard work of people like you. From the
primaries through Election Day, thousands of you showed that
this election was too important to sit on the sidelines. I have
been so proud to hear the stories of AFT members making their
voices heard by volunteering in the field, hosting debate-watch
parties, sharing their stories and photos from the campaign
trail, answering surveys about the issues and candidates, and so
much more. The AFT's e-Activists truly have demonstrated
democracy in action.

This is a tremendous victory, but it is a beginning, not an end.
President-elect Obama inherits considerable challenges--a severe
economic crisis, a broken healthcare system, the need to revamp
federal education law once and for all to address the
unacceptable achievement gap between students from different
backgrounds, enormous infrastructure strains, and American
troops engaged in two wars. Our elected officials have huge
tasks ahead of them, and our continued civic engagement will be
crucial. We must continue to be heard. We must remain active
participants in our great democracy. The AFT e-Activist program
will continue to provide a way.

Again, thank you for all you did to bring about this great
victory. We couldn't have done it without you.

In unity,

Randi Weingarten
AFT president

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Congratulations, Sen. Obama: An Open Letter to the President-
Elect
by engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi.ajanaku| November 5, 2008 at 12:54 AM
I'm writing this post from my desk, As you will see, it is a congratulatory message to Barack Obama.
Dear Mr. President-Elect:
Congratulations on Tuesday night. As  activist of AFT's e-Activists who share my philosophy of government., I am proud of your accomplishment. your campaign has shown that a centralized long term campaign organization is not mutually exclusive with decentralized short term action plans. Over the past decade, failed campaigns have shown that grassroots action by itself cannot succeed without direction.
SINCERELY YOURS
 
 
 
ENGR.DR.SAMUEL.ADENIYI.AJANAKU
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
From: senator_obama@obama.senate.gov
Subject: Message from Senator Barack Obama
To: samuelajanaku@yahoo.co.uk
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 10:47:16 -0400

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Dear Samuel.Adeniyi.:

Thank you for advising me of your support for the establishment of personal retirement accounts within the Social Security system. I appreciate hearing your comments on this extremely important issue.

Although no Social Security reform legislation has been formally considered on the Senate floor this session, I have been following this discussion closely. I understand that some adjustments may need to be made to preserve the financial integrity of the program for current beneficiaries and to assure that workers who are paying Social Security taxes today get a solid return on their investment when they eventually retire. However, it is important to also remember that Social Security provides an important safety net to millions of older Americans, and that commitment should be respected. And, as we evaluate any reform proposal, we should not ignore the implications for today's workers, and their children, of the government potentially borrowing trillions of dollars to pay for the transition to private accounts at a time of historically high federal deficits and escalating national debt. After all, we are creating a crushing financial burden that will fall on the next generation to pay off.

It is my hope that the effort to “reform†Social Security will be undertaken in a bipartisan spirit that protects the basic integrity of the Social Security program. Seniors have lived up to their end of the bargain, and workers who are paying into the system have the right to the expectation of a reasonable return on their investment in the Social Security System when they retire. The government must live up to its responsibility in this contract as it looks for ways to protect the investment of current workers.

Again, thank you for contacting me about Social Security reforms. Please stay in touch in the days ahead.

Sincerely,

Barack Obama
United States Senator

P.S. Our system does not allow direct response to this email. However, if you would like to contact me again, please use the form on the website: http://obama.senate.gov/contact/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Thank You!
Wednesday, 5 November, 2008 4:18 AM
From:
"AFT president Randi Weingarten" <e-activist@aft.org>
To:
"engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi ajanaku" <samuelajanaku@yahoo.co.uk>
Dear engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi ajanaku,

Thank you. Barack Obama's historic election as president is in
no small part due to the hard work of people like you. From the
primaries through Election Day, thousands of you showed that
this election was too important to sit on the sidelines. I have
been so proud to hear the stories of AFT members making their
voices heard by volunteering in the field, hosting debate-watch
parties, sharing their stories and photos from the campaign
trail, answering surveys about the issues and candidates, and so
much more. The AFT's e-Activists truly have demonstrated
democracy in action.

This is a tremendous victory, but it is a beginning, not an end.
President-elect Obama inherits considerable challenges--a severe
economic crisis, a broken healthcare system, the need to revamp
federal education law once and for all to address the
unacceptable achievement gap between students from different
backgrounds, enormous infrastructure strains, and American
troops engaged in two wars. Our elected officials have huge
tasks ahead of them, and our continued civic engagement will be
crucial. We must continue to be heard. We must remain active
participants in our great democracy. The AFT e-Activist program
will continue to provide a way.

Again, thank you for all you did to bring about this great
victory. We couldn't have done it without you.

In unity,

Randi Weingarten
AFT president

--------------------------------------------------

Visit the web address below to tell your friends and colleagues
about the AFT e-Activist network.

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 Flag this messageStand with Obama on health careTuesday, May 12, 2009 7:16 PM From:"Mitch Stewart, BarackObama.com" <info@barackobama.com>Add sender to Contacts   To:"engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi. ajanaku" <ajanakusamuel@yahoo.com> 

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engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi. --Monday morning, an unlikely gathering of health care industry and union leaders emerged from the White House, announcing a historic agreement to lower medical costs and save the average family up to $2,500. This kind of broad coalition would have been unthinkable in the past, when the old politics of division and short-term self interest held sway. But this is a new day.Yesterday afternoon, President Obama announced the three bedrock principles that any comprehensive health care reform must achieve: (1) reduce costs, (2) guarantee choice, and (3) ensure all Americans have quality, affordable health care. And he set a hard goal for getting it done by the end of this year.For those determined to oppose reform, the President's announcement means lobbyists are already scrambling across D.C. For the rest of us, it means there's no time to lose. As we speak, Congress is negotiating the details for health care reform, so the first step is showing where the American people stand.Please click below to sign a declaration of support urging Congress to follow President Obama's three core principles for health care reform -- and to enact them before the end of this year:Watch the President's remarks and sign the declaration(The more signatures we have, the more powerful our message will be, so please add your name and then forward this note on to family and friends.)The health care crisis is not new, but it's getting worse. For decades, real health care reform has been blocked by special interest lobbying and political point-scoring. We simply cannot go any further down this dangerous road of delay and denial. But we don't have to.Yesterday's agreement marks only the beginning of the broad coalition we need. The most important reason this round of health care reform will be different is you. Last fall millions of regular people came together and did the impossible. Now, we've got to roll up our sleeves, join hands with those new to our movement, and do it again.Congress is already hammering out the details of the health care package, and it could still go any number of ways. Our representatives need to understand that when the President lays out these three bedrock principles, Americans of every stripe are standing with him. Yesterday's diverse gathering was a powerful start -- and now it's up to us.It's time to stand up. Please sign the declaration of support today:http://my.barackobama.com/OrganizingforHealthcareReducing costs, guaranteeing choice, and ensuring care for all are ambitious goals, but they are nothing less than what the American people deserve. And passing real health care reform this year is nothing less than what the American people need.Thank you,MitchMitch StewartDirectorOrganizing for AmericaP.S. -- Here are some excerpts from the President's announcement yesterday that lay out the three principles for health care reform and why we need it this year. Please forward this note to people who want to know where the President stands.###
In the coming weeks and months, Congress will be engaged in the difficult issue of how best to reform health care in America. I'm committed to building a transparent process where all views are welcome. But I'm also committed to ensuring that whatever plan we design upholds three basic principles: First, the rising cost of health care must be brought down; second, Americans must have the freedom to keep whatever doctor and health care plan they have, or to choose a new doctor or health care plan if they want it; and third, all Americans must have quality, affordable health care.These are principles that I expect to see upheld in any comprehensive health care reform bill that's sent to my desk -- I mentioned it to the groups that were here today. It's reform that is an imperative for America's economic future, and reform that is a pillar of the new foundation we seek to build for our economy; reform that we can, must, and will achieve by the end of this year.Ultimately, the debate about reducing costs -- and the larger debate about health care reform itself -- is not just about numbers; it's not just about forms or systems; it's about our own lives and the lives of our loved ones. And I understand that. As I've mentioned before during the course of the campaign, my mother passed away from ovarian cancer a little over a decade ago. And in the last weeks of her life, when she was coming to grips with her own mortality and showing extraordinary courage just to get through each day, she was spending too much time worrying about whether her health insurance would cover her bills. So I know what it's like to see a loved one who is suffering, but also having to deal with a broken health care system. I know that pain is shared by millions of Americans all across this country.And that's why I was committed to health care reform as a presidential candidate; that's why health care reform is a key priority to this presidency; that's why I will not rest until the dream of health care reform is finally achieved in the United States of America.

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Stand with Obama on health care

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engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi. --Monday morning, an unlikely gathering of health care industry and union leaders emerged from the White House, announcing a historic agreement to lower medical costs and save the average family up to $2,500. This kind of broad coalition would have been unthinkable in the past, when the old politics of division and short-term self interest held sway. But this is a new day.Yesterday afternoon, President Obama announced the three bedrock principles that any comprehensive health care reform must achieve: (1) reduce costs, (2) guarantee choice, and (3) ensure all Americans have quality, affordable health care. And he set a hard goal for getting it done by the end of this year.For those determined to oppose reform, the President's announcement means lobbyists are already scrambling across D.C. For the rest of us, it means there's no time to lose. As we speak, Congress is negotiating the details for health care reform, so the first step is showing where the American people stand.Please click below to sign a declaration of support urging Congress to follow President Obama's three core principles for health care reform -- and to enact them before the end of this year:Watch the President's remarks and sign the declaration(The more signatures we have, the more powerful our message will be, so please add your name and then forward this note on to family and friends.)The health care crisis is not new, but it's getting worse. For decades, real health care reform has been blocked by special interest lobbying and political point-scoring. We simply cannot go any further down this dangerous road of delay and denial. But we don't have to.Yesterday's agreement marks only the beginning of the broad coalition we need. The most important reason this round of health care reform will be different is you. Last fall millions of regular people came together and did the impossible. Now, we've got to roll up our sleeves, join hands with those new to our movement, and do it again.Congress is already hammering out the details of the health care package, and it could still go any number of ways. Our representatives need to understand that when the President lays out these three bedrock principles, Americans of every stripe are standing with him. Yesterday's diverse gathering was a powerful start -- and now it's up to us.It's time to stand up. Please sign the declaration of support today:http://my.barackobama.com/OrganizingforHealthcareReducing costs, guaranteeing choice, and ensuring care for all are ambitious goals, but they are nothing less than what the American people deserve. And passing real health care reform this year is nothing less than what the American people need.Thank you,MitchMitch StewartDirectorOrganizing for AmericaP.S. -- Here are some excerpts from the President's announcement yesterday that lay out the three principles for health care reform and why we need it this year. Please forward this note to people who want to know where the President stands.###
In the coming weeks and months, Congress will be engaged in the difficult issue of how best to reform health care in America. I'm committed to building a transparent process where all views are welcome. But I'm also committed to ensuring that whatever plan we design upholds three basic principles: First, the rising cost of health care must be brought down; second, Americans must have the freedom to keep whatever doctor and health care plan they have, or to choose a new doctor or health care plan if they want it; and third, all Americans must have quality, affordable health care.These are principles that I expect to see upheld in any comprehensive health care reform bill that's sent to my desk -- I mentioned it to the groups that were here today. It's reform that is an imperative for America's economic future, and reform that is a pillar of the new foundation we seek to build for our economy; reform that we can, must, and will achieve by the end of this year.Ultimately, the debate about reducing costs -- and the larger debate about health care reform itself -- is not just about numbers; it's not just about forms or systems; it's about our own lives and the lives of our loved ones. And I understand that. As I've mentioned before during the course of the campaign, my mother passed away from ovarian cancer a little over a decade ago. And in the last weeks of her life, when she was coming to grips with her own mortality and showing extraordinary courage just to get through each day, she was spending too much time worrying about whether her health insurance would cover her bills. So I know what it's like to see a loved one who is suffering, but also having to deal with a broken health care system. I know that pain is shared by millions of Americans all across this country.And that's why I was committed to health care reform as a presidential candidate; that's why health care reform is a key priority to this presidency; that's why I will not rest until the dream of health care reform is finally achieved in the United States of America.

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Organizing for America
engr.dr.samuel.adeniyi. --Monday morning, an unlikely gathering of health care industry and union leaders emerged from the White House, announcing a historic agreement to lower medical costs and save the average family up to $2,500. This kind of broad coalition would have been unthinkable in the past, when the old politics of division and short-term self interest held sway. But this is a new day.Yesterday afternoon, President Obama announced the three bedrock principles that any comprehensive health care reform must achieve: (1) reduce costs, (2) guarantee choice, and (3) ensure all Americans have quality, affordable health care. And he set a hard goal for getting it done by the end of this year.For those determined to oppose reform, the President's announcement means lobbyists are already scrambling across D.C. For the rest of us, it means there's no time to lose. As we speak, Congress is negotiating the details for health care reform, so the first step is showing where the American people stand.Please click below to sign a declaration of support urging Congress to follow President Obama's three core principles for health care reform -- and to enact them before the end of this year:Watch the President's remarks and sign the declaration(The more signatures we have, the more powerful our message will be, so please add your name and then forward this note on to family and friends.)The health care crisis is not new, but it's getting worse. For decades, real health care reform has been blocked by special interest lobbying and political point-scoring. We simply cannot go any further down this dangerous road of delay and denial. But we don't have to.Yesterday's agreement marks only the beginning of the broad coalition we need. The most important reason this round of health care reform will be different is you. Last fall millions of regular people came together and did the impossible. Now, we've got to roll up our sleeves, join hands with those new to our movement, and do it again.Congress is already hammering out the details of the health care package, and it could still go any number of ways. Our representatives need to understand that when the President lays out these three bedrock principles, Americans of every stripe are standing with him. Yesterday's diverse gathering was a powerful start -- and now it's up to us.It's time to stand up. Please sign the declaration of support today:http://my.barackobama.com/OrganizingforHealthcareReducing costs, guaranteeing choice, and ensuring care for all are ambitious goals, but they are nothing less than what the American people deserve. And passing real health care reform this year is nothing less than what the American people need.Thank you,MitchMitch StewartDirectorOrganizing for AmericaP.S. -- Here are some excerpts from the President's announcement yesterday that lay out the three principles for health care reform and why we need it this year. Please forward this note to people who want to know where the President stands.###
In the coming weeks and months, Congress will be engaged in the difficult issue of how best to reform health care in America. I'm committed to building a transparent process where all views are welcome. But I'm also committed to ensuring that whatever plan we design upholds three basic principles: First, the rising cost of health care must be brought down; second, Americans must have the freedom to keep whatever doctor and health care plan they have, or to choose a new doctor or health care plan if they want it; and third, all Americans must have quality, affordable health care.These are principles that I expect to see upheld in any comprehensive health care reform bill that's sent to my desk -- I mentioned it to the groups that were here today. It's reform that is an imperative for America's economic future, and reform that is a pillar of the new foundation we seek to build for our economy; reform that we can, must, and will achieve by the end of this year.Ultimately, the debate about reducing costs -- and the larger debate about health care reform itself -- is not just about numbers; it's not just about forms or systems; it's about our own lives and the lives of our loved ones. And I understand that. As I've mentioned before during the course of the campaign, my mother passed away from ovarian cancer a little over a decade ago. And in the last weeks of her life, when she was coming to grips with her own mortality and showing extraordinary courage just to get through each day, she was spending too much time worrying about whether her health insurance would cover her bills. So I know what it's like to see a loved one who is suffering, but also having to deal with a broken health care system. I know that pain is shared by millions of Americans all across this country.And that's why I was committed to health care reform as a presidential candidate; that's why health care reform is a key priority to this presidency; that's why I will not rest until the dream of health care reform is finally achieved in the United States of America.

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Dear Samuel.Adeniyi.:

Thank you for advising me of your support for the establishment of personal retirement accounts within the Social Security system. I appreciate hearing your comments on this extremely important issue.

Although no Social Security reform legislation has been formally considered on the Senate floor this session, I have been following this discussion closely. I understand that some adjustments may need to be made to preserve the financial integrity of the program for current beneficiaries and to assure that workers who are paying Social Security taxes today get a solid return on their investment when they eventually retire. However, it is important to also remember that Social Security provides an important safety net to millions of older Americans, and that commitment should be respected. And, as we evaluate any reform proposal, we should not ignore the implications for today's workers, and their children, of the government potentially borrowing trillions of dollars to pay for the transition to private accounts at a time of historically high federal deficits and escalating national debt. After all, we are creating a crushing financial burden that will fall on the next generation to pay off.

It is my hope that the effort to “reform†Social Security will be undertaken in a bipartisan spirit that protects the basic integrity of the Social Security program. Seniors have lived up to their end of the bargain, and workers who are paying into the system have the right to the expectation of a reasonable return on their investment in the Social Security System when they retire. The government must live up to its responsibility in this contract as it looks for ways to protect the investment of current workers.

Again, thank you for contacting me about Social Security reforms. Please stay in touch in the days ahead.

Sincerely,

Barack ObamaUnited States Senator

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Time is ShortTuesday, 17 October, 2006 12:00From: "President George W. Bush" <ecampaign@gop.com>View contact detailsTo: samuelajanaku@yahoo.co.uk

Dear Samuel. ,

In 2004, you were part of a historic nationwide organization that propelled my campaign to victory.  Together we delivered a clear message to the American people about the need to keep our Nation safe and secure, the need to keep our taxes low to continue creating jobs.

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That message proved successful because you delivered it to your neighbors, co-workers, friends and family.  This year, I am asking for your help once more.  An important decision will be made this Fall - whether our agenda of hope and optimism continues, or whether the Democrats take control of the House and Senate.

The help you gave my campaign in 2004 was invaluable, and I am asking you to go to work again this Fall for your Republican congressional candidates.  Time is short--Election Day is under one month away, and in many places people are about to vote early or via absentee. We must do the important work of grassroots campaigning if we are to maintain a Republican majority in 2006.

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For nearly six years, I have worked with the Republicans in Congress to protect Americans by strengthening our homeland security and pursuing terrorists where they live.  Together, with a Republican majority, we passed tax relief that spurred unprecedented growth and now need to make that relief permanent.  And, working with Republican leaders in the Senate, we confirmed two extremely qualified Supreme Court Justices who faithfully interpret the Constitution instead of legislating from the bench.

I plan to continue this agenda for two more years, but I need a Republican majority in Congress to continue the progress we have made.  Without it, you can bet that our political opponents will do all they can to roll back important tools like the PATRIOT Act, to raise your taxes, and stop me from appointing conservative judges to the Federal bench.

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Thank you for what you did to return me to the White House in 2004.  I hope you will put your talents to work for Republican congressional candidates in Iowa this year.  The consequences of not succeeding this fall are dire for our agenda for America.

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 Another Dem weighing run for Lieberman's Senate seatBy Shane D'Aprile - 12/20/10 04:28 PM ET   Rep. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) is the latest Democrat to express an interest in running for Sen. Joe Lieberman's (I-Conn.) seat in 2012.

Murphy told the Danbury News Times Monday that he's considering a Senate bid, but offered no timetable for a decision.

"It's something I'll be talking about with my family and the people I trust,'' said Murphy, who called the upper chamber a "pretty broken place" that might benefit from a new voice.

Last week, Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.) said he's also considering a Lieberman challenge, noting he would make a decision after the lame-duck session comes to a close.

Lieberman has still not indicated whether he intends to run for another term in 2012, and his future continues to be the subject of intense speculation on Capitol Hill.

The independent recently told The Ballot Box that he's planning to weigh his options over the upcoming recess and that he's likely to sit down soon with the new head of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.).

Lieberman lost a Democratic primary to Ned Lamont in 2006 thanks to anger from the left over his support of the Iraq war, and he was abandoned by his party establishment when he chose to run as an independent.

The rift only grew larger during the 2008 cycle when Lieberman endorsed and campaigned for Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

While many liberals still have Lieberman in their sights, the independent led the successful charge in the Senate to repeal "Don't ask, don't tell." It gives Lieberman something positive to pitch the Democratic base and could dissuade more high-profile Democrats from jumping into the race should he decide to run again.

Lieberman has said he expects to make his decision early next year.

 

 

Al Mustapha/....................mr.shetima

mr.shetima is wrong of you if you are good nigeria citizen to speak wrong thing of other tribe you are not in such position because nobody is slave under you ,by the way are  you connected with abiola issue somebody is charge for crime you are saying people take bribe is that a sensible talk is that the case before judge a terrorist is a terrorist please dont bring unnecessary issue to cause war in nigeria,go before the judge and say that and hear what your lawyer will tell you.

thanks

dr.samuel.adeniyi.ajanaku(activist)

421 seward sq se dc usa

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   Yes, Southwest leaders were bribed – Shetima, President AYCFOn August 10, 2011 · In Politics  By Chukwuma NwakanmaAlhaji Yerima Shetima Usman, the President of Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) in this interview affirms the claims of erstwhile Chief Security Officer, Major Al Mustapha that Southwest leaders were compromised to douse tension over the death of Chief MKO Abiola, divorces the northern political leadership from the spate of violence linked to the Boko Haram as he affirms that the north and Islam are inclined to peace.Excerpts:What are your views on Major Al Mustapha’s allegations that some Yoruba elders, compromised the June 12 struggle by taking bribe to compromise the mandate of Chief MKO Abiola during General Abubarkar’s regime?Yes we all know that some people compromised. Some of them were total sellouts in the June 12 struggle. Some are alive today while some are not. Truth is that some of them then were made ministers, while some recommended their children instead. I don’t want to mention names, but the truth of the matter is they compromised. So Mustapha’s revelation is not far from the truth, because it must be told. So rather than attacking and antagonizing Mustapha by confusing people with all types of threat trying to blackmail him by making all sorts of comment, people should answer issues raised.They should respond and tell Nigerians what exactly happened to the June 12 struggle because something happened. Because this is not the type of democracy we envisaged when we faced the military, simply because people have compromised. That is why things are like this today in Nigeria especially  with the Constitution given by the Military, by General Abdulsalam Abubakar. Mustapha was in court to defend himself, I expect he will expose more of them.Characters who compromisedOn the issue of Mustapha’s allegation, we know and are aware of some of those characters who compromised, though I am not in a good position to name them. I believe Mustapha is in a better position to name them and he is going to do that, just watch out.We can not continue to be watching some people hiding under the cloak of pro-democracy to make noise but in all ramification they compromised against the wishes of Nigerians and betrayed them.  Most of them will only talk and make noise when it is an issue that concern them. In short they should be exposed.Apart from Late Chief Bola Ige and Chief Abraham Adesanya named by Mustapha, do you think there are some other people involved in Mustapha’s allegation?Yes I believe there are some other people involved, he will continue to name them. Today we talk of Zik, Balewa and Awolowo even Abiola are they not dead? They made history.Truth must be told, let people not use mere propaganda to divert an important issue like those raised by Al Mustapha..I am surprised that somebody like Ribadu will talk in this issue.Let people respond to issues raised. Allegations were made, they should not use blackmail and threat on Mustapha to divert the attentions of Nigerians to the facts on the ground.

*Shettima

Mustapha has been in prison for 13 years with his secret with him, that is why he is there. He said he did not kill Kudirat Abiola, he did not instruct or order anyone to kill Kudidat Abiola.  He is there because the fear of the information he has, they have been giving people false information and negative perceptions of the whole story against Mustapha and he has been in prison for 13 years with his secret with him, that is why he is there.Even the prime witness has come out to say the whole thing was master minded against Al Mustapha, that he was monetarily induced to testify against him with a lot of promises. So what else can be said about the case, which means they want to kill him? But if they kill him the entire North will react to that. As I am speaking here I know what I am saying. I want to give this warning that nothing should happen to Mustapha. Maximum security must be given to him and nothing must happen to him.Why did it take Al Mustapha so long to make these statements, don’t you think it is a way to divert attention, or to raise sympathy?I don’t think so. Mustapha has been in detention for almost 13 years, without trial, this is because some elements in this country did not want the guy to come out to open up certain things. They want him dead because they see him as a threat to their secrets. He has been keeping these to himself but because of fear of his life he has to open up now. Though some people are aware of the information.So all this talk on why has he been keeping the information till now should not arise because we all know that information like these only come out one day. Mustapha was being kept out of circulation by those who see him as a risk to their secrets. They should defend themselves instead of making  all type of noise and trying to blackmail Mustapha.But there is this speculation that some Northern leaders are financing the violence to frustrate the government of President Jonathan?No, I don’t believe that, I don’t agree with that. You see, no responsible Northern leader can do such thing or get involved in any dastardly act such as this. If it was during the time of former President Obasanjo one may think towards that direction because he may have some political enemies. But President Jonathan is seen as a democrat, he does not witch-hunt people. I believe people are comfortable with him and his government, quite unlike Obasanjo.Then you can’t organize any opposition against Obasanjo because he can use one way or the other to get even with you, either through EFCC or any other way to pursue them. So this present scenario is a different case I don’t agree with that. I don’t even want to think towards that direction that somebody or any Northern elder is behind the bombs. I am telling you with confidence I don’t believe any responsible northern elder will be comfortable with what is happening over there in the north because that act is giving them a lot of concern and problems.I was in the north the other day so many of them are not comfortable with the whole situation; they are jittery over it. A lot of them are having sleepless night because of it. That is why I can’t and I don’t want to believe that the financing is being done by any Northern elderWe have to remove that insinuation from our minds because once people begin to think towards that direction that some northern elders are sponsoring that, some bad people in government can or may now capitalize on it to clamp down on their perceived political enemies or opposition or those who oppose them in some of their actions.So I don’t believe any responsible northerner can finance violence especially bomb blasts that kills innocent citizens. Okay let us assume a situation where some body from the south is sponsoring the bomb blast over there in the north to cause confusion. Can you then reconcile that, because that can still be possible?What of the perception that the group is aiming to impose Islamic law on the whole North?I don’t subscribe to that perception, and I don’t think it is correct, why should there be such idea. The fact of the matter is if there is any tribe in Nigeria or any region that has never believed in Nigeria or on the co-existence of this country it is not people from the northern part of the country. They have always believed in one Nigeria and have always been thinking in that direction.Long time the North ruledIf I will have to cast my mind back to the long time the North ruled this country, for 38 years out of the first 50 years of independence, you will discover that the high rate of poverty, diseases, illiteracy were more predominant in the northern part of the country.This is because of our attitude to please outsiders from the other part of the country and doing that solidarity to other Nigerians has been the mind of an average Hausa man and this has really affected us in the north and this is why we have so many problems in the northern part of the country.So to a large extent it is easy to trace or arrive to a conclusion that the north do not believe in the disintegration of the country, some of us in the SNC and PRONACO agitating also believe that SNC and PRONACO cant break Nigeria, what we are saying we should have the peoples constitution. We all want to be together, that is the opinion of the northern people we have to stick together, so I don’t think any insinuation coming from anybody that the north want to disintegrate or want to be on their own using these methods of bombing and violence is correct.Assuming you want to disintegrate should you target the bomb on to your part of the country or to our brothers and sisters or even destroying the economy of the region by creating insecurity and hostility?