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Saturday, May 9, 2015

Ed Millband takes responsibility for Labour party loss: Fans call him civilized #HNNPolitics

d Miliband has told Labour activists he is stepping down as leader because of the party's poor performance in the British general election. He said he took absolute and total responsibility for Labour's defeat. The BBC FACEBOOK Talk below



Isichei Cyril That man got the quality of a good leader and also got the interest of the party at heart unlike what we witness in the African continent especially Nigeria. PDP national working committee got to emulate this admirable example.. Muazu you got to do the needful and bow off
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Omar Arabain May god bless ur people and kill that boko pig soon
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Gbenga Samuel Solomon Adeyemo-Lamidi Fayose has told him to resign,
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Mwijage Bikoche Did Africa send their representatives to learn how gentlemanly election goes!
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Mayen Imen Brilliant question!
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Ivan Mark Radhakrishnan We could have learnt something to apply to Burundi before it goes up in flames and WE ARE ACCUSED OF STANDING BY AND WATCHING WHILE GENOCIDE TOOK PLACE.

Africa GOT TO FORGET ABOUT 'ELECTIONS' and instead we will give on TENDER all our Public-Positions...See More
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Umar Shehu Ibrahim we have nothing to learn from you........lols.
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Owor Aroba When will Tony Blair accept the responsibility of the mess in Iraq?
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Bernard Pobee Not in Africa. The leader will rather go to court or allege election rig
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Happy-harriet Ahiatrogah africa leaders got to learn from this.......
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Cj Fenix lool
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Emi Rates african so-called leaders r centuries away to reach there where they'll stand down without causing bloodshed
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Meshack Juma I admire such a leader who understands the need of the country.
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Suleiman Hameed Asuku Nigeria man will say "he is my tribe's turn, afterall I can't force my people to vote him.
Africans should learn now. Burundi's Pierre and his greedy tribal men should be emulated by this.
Long live Labour party
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Renauld Chayira maafrica please do like wise..nt dieing in power with pple swearing n spitting at ur graves..
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Tim Godwin Akatakpo Rare show of taken responsibility. Over to Muazu and company.
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Joseph K. Yakanu do we have leaders in africa? selfish men called,presidents shame to africa
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Osagyefo Yaw Dwamena Mark of a true leader.. David has taken civic leadership to an incredible height.
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Edward Igesa Rare leaders terribly missed by mother Africa. if your party loses an election u gotta step aside for someone else to lead.

Wishing u well Ed n may u succeed in future coz you're still young .
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Pasta Muthee Singh Very refreshing unlike the kenyan serial loser.
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Opio Stephen Fine that was not your time
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Oceanrun Kwame Lasisi This is one of the things shows that white are superior than us.
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Olu Show Better luck next time
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Veronica Ajayi I wish Nigeria politicians could behave the same honorable way.
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Fola Samson Ogunshile This are iconic and great politicians unlike Nigerian politicians instead they will go to court, hires tug use all kind means to retain themselves
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Afia Agyapomaa Ofosu Awww too bad!
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Martin Manyiel Wugol Good leader just do that.
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Amosu Joel PDPigs should learn from dis nd stop d tom nd jerry game.
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Alex Munyao perenial losers should also call it quits.
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Mbah Pascal Unlike in Nigeria where the leader of the disgraced and defeated PDP insisted on staying even when it is obvious that his party members want him quit!!!!
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Kelvinator Phiri He together with Nigel Farage deserved the defeat, they are all arrogant en had nothing to offer!
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LoveGod Anthony Real men take responsibility for their actions and inactions while the weak lay blames. This is a lesson to our African leaders and politicians. Stop looking for whom to blame. Fix your problems. Pay your workers and stop blaming others for your failure.
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Dre Mac Mbewe Bryan wish we had such leaders in africa buh its a far fetched dream
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Raees Shaikh This is Democratic Approach ~
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Peach Mcgee Kombat Silvester: The conservatives won by a massive victory. David Cameron is the new prime minister
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Rahmat Azimi Took one for the team
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Rahmat Azimi Good on him
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Denis Nsubuga Besides community elite, these people exhibit a high sense of civilization. African Leaders refer defeat to vote rigging.
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Bishop Julius Kwame Owusu-ansahCongratulations to Mr David Cameron. Is good to resign, Mr Ed Miliband..
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Sudeep Limbu The dog has day ......dont be ....a.fool
..be paitence.....
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George Bandas It will take time for labor party to have strong person like tony blier their X leader and former British prim minister.
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Mamati Gilbert Do africa aspiring leaders n those in power learn something of value from miliband.that its good to pave way for someone else after your time.
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Innocent Aibangbe Innocent Admin its bbc africa incase u have forgoten...
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Nnoruka Chukwuebuka They should leave Mua'zu alone
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Ada Mba Civilised ppl
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Menker Casey Hallo ED, who will clean up your mess?
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Joseph Said Madra Great LESSON to African,s leaders!!. If make an escuse because of UK being rules by white, let Nigeria (African) be your Example!!.
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Aderonmu Olusegun Oyinbo man, oyinbo mentality. Black man nko? Na sit-tight, na 3rd term, na who want remove me, na do-or-die. Ol boy, this blackman behavior tire me o. Na God do am so? Or man-made? Make una answer me oooooo.
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Chuks Oyejekwe That's refined politics
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Solomon Machere Is your brother a better candidate?
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Suginome Staph Staph We Donts Have Presidents in Africa,and we Donts have Kings and Queens.whats we have in Africa is Chiefs,in Our Institutional Govt Sectors to head of state down to our Traditional rulers they are all Chiefs,so no rule of law nor democracy,and there is no System too,the only systems we had is Rats Race,Judge me wrong if you Can.
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Lanre Jimoh best option for now
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Akan Moody That is what we need to see to others politicien to acept the defeat
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Henry Kaulungu He should not have competed with his brother for the leadership of the party in the first place anyway.
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Daniel Kaobi Alozie I wonder how this affects Africa and Africans
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Saloki Sanfo Thats very bold with him
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Indika James That's heroic. I dream that for African leaders
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Bassey Enang he got quality
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Tiapo Jude He is decisive as well as objective in fact very gentlemanly. As some of us are saying African leaders should gradually be imitating the democracy or the politics of the West. We all know it took the West decades of centuries to arrive where they are t...See More
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Omega Bema I thought it's bbc africa
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Barack Mbulo Such things don't happen in Africa, instead losing candidates use rigging as an excuse for their loss.
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