Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Daughter’s Letter To Father! Who Do We Believe? Iyabo Obasanjo Or The Media?

This is a question a lot of people have been asking ever since Iyabo Obasanjo-Bello denied having any knowledge of the 11-page letter believed she wrote to her father which was published this morning by Vanguard Newspaper. Vanguard has refused to remove the story from their website and Sahara Reporters are saying the letter is original and Iyabo wrote it. Who do we now believe?

23 comments:

  1. I don't know who to believe

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    1. Its one of jonathan's administration conspiracy to get back at obj . Iyabo is d closest to d father among all obj 's children . Pple shld think dp.

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    2. @ anon 10:20 My thoughts exactly

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  2. ASK RUBEN ABATI, ITS A CONSPIRACY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. The letter has all the details only an insider can know. Iyabo is bold and there is nothing wrong with that. Deal with it Nigerians

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  4. Me... I wrote the letter

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  5. though i dont really give a monkeys about obasanjo or his daughter however we must not forget Iyabo obasanjo is not some illiterate and ignorant Nig she is a Phd holder and a 1st class brain.
    if she wrote the letter and had the intention for it to be made public,she would have examined the likely repercussions so why would she write a letter and within a few days deny writing such letter ?
    its not the first time that sahara reporters or any publication will get it wrong,it happens to even western newspapers.

    my question is how do they know for sure she wrote it?
    do they have a video clip or pictures showing her writing and posting the letter?
    i can forge OBJ's letterhead,write a letter and post it out to all publications and none would be the wiser

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    1. But I recalld vividly wen obasonjos son accused his father publicly of sleeping with his wife so for me I feel it is in their character to disgrace their father whenever he misbehaves.in any case Iyabo should come on national Tv n deny d act pls

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    2. The Earl of Banana Island19 December, 2013 03:30

      @luca,u'r such a simpleton...in ur world I bet everything's black n white.FYI,she wrote d darn letter n some stupid psychopantic retards're tryin to save their paymaster's face by claiming retractions that didn't happen

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    1. I love this comment

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  7. Iyabo wrote it

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  8. See confusion oooo.

    Aeegurl

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  9. She cnt right that letter

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  10. Iyabo cnt write that letter

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    1. You know this because you are Iyabo right?

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  11. Too bad she had to expose him that way

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  12. Confusedsmiley

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  13. Iyabo is one of the closest children to her father. I still find it difficult to believe she wrote this.

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  14. If u ask me,na who I go ask....#inOmawunmi'svoice#....n d drama continues

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