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#FreeAfaka29: @Yelesowore Led #RevolutionNow, SUG, Parents in a Solidarity protest to demand immediate release of abducted Students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization Kaduna by terrorists (PHOTOS)

#FreeAfaka29: @Yelesowore Led #RevolutionNow, SUG, Parents in a Solidarity protest to demand immediate release of abducted Students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization Kaduna by terrorists (PHOTOS)

There was solidarity protest to demand the immediate release of abducted Students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization Kaduna by terrorists.

Protesters say Nigerians must rise to put an end to Buhari regime of terrorists & bandits. 


Omoyele Sowore led RevolutionNow comrades, the Students Union Government (SUG), parents of the abducted students as well as concerned individuals took part in the protest on Tuesday in Kaduna.

#FreeAfaka29 


#BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow




#NoGoingBack












Kaduna State governor who has been known to be paying off the Bandits and terrorists to stop attacks in the state has left the students and the parents to their fate.

Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC government of Insecurity has been a total failure at securing lives of the citizenry as the federal government is known to be open to the terrorists and Bandits than ordinary citizens and activists who are constructively criticizing the maladministration of the if the country's affairs by the regime.

There was solidarity protest to demand the immediate release of abducted Students of Federal College of Forestry Mechanization Kaduna by terrorists.

Protesters say Nigerians must rise to put an end to Buhari regime of terrorists & bandits. 


Omoyele Sowore led RevolutionNow comrades, the Students Union Government (SUG), parents of the abducted students as well as concerned individuals took part in the protest on Tuesday in Kaduna.

#FreeAfaka29 


#BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow




#NoGoingBack












Kaduna State governor who has been known to be paying off the Bandits and terrorists to stop attacks in the state has left the students and the parents to their fate.

Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC government of Insecurity has been a total failure at securing lives of the citizenry as the federal government is known to be open to the terrorists and Bandits than ordinary citizens and activists who are constructively criticizing the maladministration of the if the country's affairs by the regime.

DOWNWARD SPIRAL: Nigeria ranked as the third worst governed country in the world

DOWNWARD SPIRAL: Nigeria ranked as the third worst governed country in the world


"The Chandler Good Government Index has ranked Nigeria as the third worst governed country in the world. The report ranked the nation very low in governance, leadership and foresight, scoring the country 102 out of 104 countries with a score of 0.319 points, ahead of Zimbabwe and Venezuela" - Punch Newspaper

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I dont want to copy and go too far into our chequered history like Lai Muhammed Minister of Information who claimed Nigeria's security challenges are a consequence of the 1975 coup d’├ętat. So I will focus on our 4th Republic from 1999 till date and use that as my indices for assessment


Unarguably, Muhammadu Buhari administration is the worst when compared to other leaders from Olusegun Obasanjo to Umaru Musa Yar'adua and Goodluck Jonathan who handed the baton to the incumbent.


We need to state the fact, it has been a downward spiral in Nigeria on the people elected as our leaders. If we use collated data and indices to assess each leader from 1999 using ability, competence, foresight, governance and leadership as parameters.


Olusegun Obasanjo's tenure was about average, Umaru Yar'adua below average, Goodluck Jonathan fairly poor and the best at doing nothing and coming from the rear is actually the incumbent who is largely aloof, totally incompetent, unnecessarily obdurate, very sectional, lacking both mental capacity and physical capability to be a leader of a big nation like Nigeria


Unfortunately, there are hordes of muppets and simpletons out there who are his ardent supporters and will argue that his stewardship is the best thing to happen to Nigeria, truly I reckon they are addicted to colorado mixed with "omi gutter" and sniffing the pungent air oozing from soakaway pits to get their fix


#justscribblingmythoughts


Femi Ogunsanwo


"The Chandler Good Government Index has ranked Nigeria as the third worst governed country in the world. The report ranked the nation very low in governance, leadership and foresight, scoring the country 102 out of 104 countries with a score of 0.319 points, ahead of Zimbabwe and Venezuela" - Punch Newspaper

************************************************

I dont want to copy and go too far into our chequered history like Lai Muhammed Minister of Information who claimed Nigeria's security challenges are a consequence of the 1975 coup d’├ętat. So I will focus on our 4th Republic from 1999 till date and use that as my indices for assessment


Unarguably, Muhammadu Buhari administration is the worst when compared to other leaders from Olusegun Obasanjo to Umaru Musa Yar'adua and Goodluck Jonathan who handed the baton to the incumbent.


We need to state the fact, it has been a downward spiral in Nigeria on the people elected as our leaders. If we use collated data and indices to assess each leader from 1999 using ability, competence, foresight, governance and leadership as parameters.


Olusegun Obasanjo's tenure was about average, Umaru Yar'adua below average, Goodluck Jonathan fairly poor and the best at doing nothing and coming from the rear is actually the incumbent who is largely aloof, totally incompetent, unnecessarily obdurate, very sectional, lacking both mental capacity and physical capability to be a leader of a big nation like Nigeria


Unfortunately, there are hordes of muppets and simpletons out there who are his ardent supporters and will argue that his stewardship is the best thing to happen to Nigeria, truly I reckon they are addicted to colorado mixed with "omi gutter" and sniffing the pungent air oozing from soakaway pits to get their fix


#justscribblingmythoughts


Femi Ogunsanwo

Isa Pantami: Is your Pastor, Bishop here ? They need deliverance from evil spirits called 'Corruption and Hunger' (PHOTO)

Isa Pantami: Is your Pastor, Bishop here ? They need deliverance from evil spirits called 'Corruption and Hunger' (PHOTO)


Wonders they say shall never cease! This group of Christian leaders endorses the TERRORIST Minister, Isa Pantami. 



If your Pastor is among them, Kindly take them for immediate deliverance because they've been possessed by those evil spirits called 'Corruption and Hunger' . #PantamiResignNow


 #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow #NoGoingBack


Wonders they say shall never cease! This group of Christian leaders endorses the TERRORIST Minister, Isa Pantami. 



If your Pastor is among them, Kindly take them for immediate deliverance because they've been possessed by those evil spirits called 'Corruption and Hunger' . #PantamiResignNow


 #BuhariMustGo #RevolutionNow #NoGoingBack

NIGERIA: Between Justice Onnoghen, Kemi Adeosun and Isa Patanmi

NIGERIA: Between Justice Onnoghen, Kemi Adeosun and Isa Patanmi


The Presidency forced former  CJN Justice Walter Onnoghen out of office and replaced him with Justice Ibrahim Tanko because of what Justice Onnoghen did in the past. 


Kemi Adeosun resigned as Mimister of Finance becuase of what she did in the past and the Presidency did not beg  Nigerians  to forget her past but replaced her with Hajia Zainab Ahmed with a speed of light. 


The same Presidency is now begging Nigerians to forget what Isa Patanmi the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy who supported terrorists that have killed thousands of people did in the past. 


The presidency said he did that in his 20’s but now he is in his 50’s. 

Did Kemi Adeosun forge her NYSC certificate in her 50’s?


Crimes now have expiring date under Buhari government?


Author: Anonymous


The Presidency forced former  CJN Justice Walter Onnoghen out of office and replaced him with Justice Ibrahim Tanko because of what Justice Onnoghen did in the past. 


Kemi Adeosun resigned as Mimister of Finance becuase of what she did in the past and the Presidency did not beg  Nigerians  to forget her past but replaced her with Hajia Zainab Ahmed with a speed of light. 


The same Presidency is now begging Nigerians to forget what Isa Patanmi the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy who supported terrorists that have killed thousands of people did in the past. 


The presidency said he did that in his 20’s but now he is in his 50’s. 

Did Kemi Adeosun forge her NYSC certificate in her 50’s?


Crimes now have expiring date under Buhari government?


Author: Anonymous

Pantami's Continuity: A Threat To Islam, Nigeria And The Global Community

Pantami's Continuity: A Threat To Islam, Nigeria And The Global Community

By: Dr Bolaji O. Akinyemi. 


Pantami

"Identity crisis and the name on American watch list on terrorism"; was promised to be the title of this article; but "Pantami Gate" is a milestone in global terrorism revelation. The saga has been very dynamic, articles upon articles has been written viewing the situation from various angles and analysing the contentions. 


An agitated nation is lost in confusion of an unborthered President. Muhammadu Buhari seems not disturbed and his Presidency unconcerned. If the President is hoping that this will die a natural death as the reason he chose to be quiet on it. Is the cabinet also compromised? That they had a meeting without a mention of the leading public issue. After the President's return from the UK, it was expected that the issues will be addressed. He has gone on for days and weeks without any mention on the most contending issue. He Presided over the cabinet meeting and our debt burden was made heavier without any attempt to lighten that of our hearts. If the cabinet appointees of the President are cowed by the saying; "he who pays the piper dictates the tune", and are thus forgiven. Then we should be challenged by the 'hear nothing, say nothing' attitude of our elected representatives and Senators at the National Assembly. 


APC alleged sponsorship of terrorising against the Nigerian State in a bid to win election at all cost in 2014 by APC Chieftain Alhaji Baraje seems to have experiential evidence on the floor of the house of representatives when Honourable Ndudi Elumelu representing Aniocha North and South and Oshimili North and South Federal constituency had the floor and moved to have the house reflect on the accusations against Isa Pantami. The manner in which the Speaker Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila shot him down is reminiscent of Honourable Giblah's encounter and the public experience of disappointment that greeted same with Deputy Speaker. It is now an open fact that what interests Nigerians doesn't interest or bother our representatives. 


The President gave us a proverbial response on his arrival from the UK, when he promised "continuity", finally after a long unnecessary silence, the President spoke through Garba Shehu, in a statement that renews the commitment of Muhammadu Buhari led Administration to rehabilitation and integration of 'repentant' Boko Haram. The statement based Government position on the apology of the minister, when it says it "stands behind Minister Pantami", the statement in an unethical expression described public outrage and calls for the minister's resignation as "cancel campaign". Without any known investigation on this all important issue in a country with our level of insecurity. Buhari led administration showed its impunity and insensitivity to process and protocol.


Nigerians must stand up on this for so many reasons; the facts available about Isa Pantami are damning and brutal, it should generate questions such as; why has this person never been arrested, questioned or investigated by any security agency as it also turned out now? 

Are we having on our hands a spiritual authority to which our Governmental authority deferred? 


If our Government isn't willing to engage Isa Pantami for whatever reasons, must we also be quiet?


I must appreciate the maturity of Christian Association of Nigeria for maintaining silence on this; we must not allow this to act out the script of religious war by actors who have been rehearsing daily with organized banditry and kidnapping. Our Government must be pushed further on this. Our lesson from the #EndSARS protests must be applied, our youths must again insist on words from the President directly. FG must not find it convenient to ask the Vice President to address the nation, this must be avoided so as not to send the wrong signal to millions of our out of school armies having capacity to maim and kill who may perceive the duty of the office of the VP at such moment; as a Pastor against a Sheikh. This is a very delicate moment for us as a nation and we only hope that leadership will rise twice as tall.


Though it is almost impossible for the public to have access to American watch list on terrorism due to the strict protocol involved with such information. The complication of multiple names is another challenge. For whatever reasons, Ali Ibrahim, is also Isa Pantami this identity crisis must be resolved. Intelligence regarding who between the two is our Minister can be sourced by our Government and her relevant agencies from concerned international organisations against terrorism. While this hasn't been done is left to our imagination, and if they have, not sharing it before it decided the CONTINUITY of Isa Pantami isn't spelt out. This arrogance of power is a tickling time bomb that will do nobody any good.


Our appeal must now go to the international community, knowing that pattern of terrorism mindsets is very well established in Pantami's case, with several failed reports of de-radicalization process by individual terrorists, Osama Bin Laden who was Isa Pantami's mentor is a clinical example. The world must not allow Isa Pantami to grow into a monster else, it will regret it later. The possibility of the power of access to vital information of people's data at the tips of Isa Pantami's fingers should be given global consideration.


The struggle of the state of Egypt against the terrorism activities of Muslim Brotherhood should be a lesson to the world never to allow terrorism have control of Nigeria. 


The brotherhood infiltrated the Egyptian Government and her agencies; carrying out several terror attacks on the nation and tourists. And its attempt to overthrow the Government led to the assassination of President Anwal Sadat.


If with the incontrovertible evidences tending towards establishment of facts made available online since the breaking of this news, the world is not bothered about how Pantami has come this far to have a place in Muhammadu Buhari's Presidency then the world may not be able to stop what may be Isa Pantami's plan against her in the future, that is, if he is nursing any. 


In one of such audio available online Pantami said; "and therefore we are praying to God that based on our understanding, we pray for days when images on the notes in our pockets will be removed, NO MUSLIM CLERIC HAS EVER SPOKEN AGAINST THIS IMAGES AS FORBIDDEN; may we be self sufficient enough not to need this currency. It is against religion to put even images of the companion of the Prophet on the currency. May Allah help us to see that day when the Georgian calendar, calendar of the infidel that is on the note will be removed and that day is coming when it certainly will be removed"


If we are to treat Isa Pantami as a personal brand and establish his existential purpose, it will be:

1. To remove the secularity of the Nigerian State.

2. To take images on the naira notes away.

3. To change us from Georgian calendar to Islamic calendar.


How more extreme will Isa get before we accept that it is an existential threat to Islam, the Nigerian state and the world at large. 


A man who could dare to teach rejection of currencies based on the pictures of Heroes that adorns them as forbidden in Islam. Insinuations he himself said no other Clerics of Islam has ever made before. Is Isa Pantami Allah subuana robikah? The danger this personality portends to Islam is grave.


His existential purpose as stated reflect the summary of the aims of Muslim brotherhood which is to remove secularity of states and western influences. To build an organised Islamic empire with self sufficient economy and currency control.


A man with a Governorship ambition of his home state; Gombe come 2023, one of the alleged supporters of Bola Ahmed Tinubu's bid from which the rice flooding the North may be coming from. Supposing his determination to see power shift to a Muslim from the South West for the next 8 years is to remain relevant in National politics as Governor of Gombe state and President in waiting after Tinubu when power will return to the North.


Can the world afford a man with Pantami's mindset as the President of over 250 million people in the next 10 years? Can we afford to have the most populous black nation fall under the control of a presumed terrorist?


Our West African sub region is replete with growing organised terrorism. With this official support of Nigerian government to a terrorist, how does the world hope to fight ISSI West Africa? This nightmare is better aborted in our imagination. 


The day of terror that Pantami threatened us with, as coming, may be closer than we can comprehend. The world should act now!


DR. BOLAJI, A PUBLIC AFFAIRS ANALYST AND CONVENER APOSTOLIC ROUND TABLE.

[email protected]

By: Dr Bolaji O. Akinyemi. 


Pantami

"Identity crisis and the name on American watch list on terrorism"; was promised to be the title of this article; but "Pantami Gate" is a milestone in global terrorism revelation. The saga has been very dynamic, articles upon articles has been written viewing the situation from various angles and analysing the contentions. 


An agitated nation is lost in confusion of an unborthered President. Muhammadu Buhari seems not disturbed and his Presidency unconcerned. If the President is hoping that this will die a natural death as the reason he chose to be quiet on it. Is the cabinet also compromised? That they had a meeting without a mention of the leading public issue. After the President's return from the UK, it was expected that the issues will be addressed. He has gone on for days and weeks without any mention on the most contending issue. He Presided over the cabinet meeting and our debt burden was made heavier without any attempt to lighten that of our hearts. If the cabinet appointees of the President are cowed by the saying; "he who pays the piper dictates the tune", and are thus forgiven. Then we should be challenged by the 'hear nothing, say nothing' attitude of our elected representatives and Senators at the National Assembly. 


APC alleged sponsorship of terrorising against the Nigerian State in a bid to win election at all cost in 2014 by APC Chieftain Alhaji Baraje seems to have experiential evidence on the floor of the house of representatives when Honourable Ndudi Elumelu representing Aniocha North and South and Oshimili North and South Federal constituency had the floor and moved to have the house reflect on the accusations against Isa Pantami. The manner in which the Speaker Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila shot him down is reminiscent of Honourable Giblah's encounter and the public experience of disappointment that greeted same with Deputy Speaker. It is now an open fact that what interests Nigerians doesn't interest or bother our representatives. 


The President gave us a proverbial response on his arrival from the UK, when he promised "continuity", finally after a long unnecessary silence, the President spoke through Garba Shehu, in a statement that renews the commitment of Muhammadu Buhari led Administration to rehabilitation and integration of 'repentant' Boko Haram. The statement based Government position on the apology of the minister, when it says it "stands behind Minister Pantami", the statement in an unethical expression described public outrage and calls for the minister's resignation as "cancel campaign". Without any known investigation on this all important issue in a country with our level of insecurity. Buhari led administration showed its impunity and insensitivity to process and protocol.


Nigerians must stand up on this for so many reasons; the facts available about Isa Pantami are damning and brutal, it should generate questions such as; why has this person never been arrested, questioned or investigated by any security agency as it also turned out now? 

Are we having on our hands a spiritual authority to which our Governmental authority deferred? 


If our Government isn't willing to engage Isa Pantami for whatever reasons, must we also be quiet?


I must appreciate the maturity of Christian Association of Nigeria for maintaining silence on this; we must not allow this to act out the script of religious war by actors who have been rehearsing daily with organized banditry and kidnapping. Our Government must be pushed further on this. Our lesson from the #EndSARS protests must be applied, our youths must again insist on words from the President directly. FG must not find it convenient to ask the Vice President to address the nation, this must be avoided so as not to send the wrong signal to millions of our out of school armies having capacity to maim and kill who may perceive the duty of the office of the VP at such moment; as a Pastor against a Sheikh. This is a very delicate moment for us as a nation and we only hope that leadership will rise twice as tall.


Though it is almost impossible for the public to have access to American watch list on terrorism due to the strict protocol involved with such information. The complication of multiple names is another challenge. For whatever reasons, Ali Ibrahim, is also Isa Pantami this identity crisis must be resolved. Intelligence regarding who between the two is our Minister can be sourced by our Government and her relevant agencies from concerned international organisations against terrorism. While this hasn't been done is left to our imagination, and if they have, not sharing it before it decided the CONTINUITY of Isa Pantami isn't spelt out. This arrogance of power is a tickling time bomb that will do nobody any good.


Our appeal must now go to the international community, knowing that pattern of terrorism mindsets is very well established in Pantami's case, with several failed reports of de-radicalization process by individual terrorists, Osama Bin Laden who was Isa Pantami's mentor is a clinical example. The world must not allow Isa Pantami to grow into a monster else, it will regret it later. The possibility of the power of access to vital information of people's data at the tips of Isa Pantami's fingers should be given global consideration.


The struggle of the state of Egypt against the terrorism activities of Muslim Brotherhood should be a lesson to the world never to allow terrorism have control of Nigeria. 


The brotherhood infiltrated the Egyptian Government and her agencies; carrying out several terror attacks on the nation and tourists. And its attempt to overthrow the Government led to the assassination of President Anwal Sadat.


If with the incontrovertible evidences tending towards establishment of facts made available online since the breaking of this news, the world is not bothered about how Pantami has come this far to have a place in Muhammadu Buhari's Presidency then the world may not be able to stop what may be Isa Pantami's plan against her in the future, that is, if he is nursing any. 


In one of such audio available online Pantami said; "and therefore we are praying to God that based on our understanding, we pray for days when images on the notes in our pockets will be removed, NO MUSLIM CLERIC HAS EVER SPOKEN AGAINST THIS IMAGES AS FORBIDDEN; may we be self sufficient enough not to need this currency. It is against religion to put even images of the companion of the Prophet on the currency. May Allah help us to see that day when the Georgian calendar, calendar of the infidel that is on the note will be removed and that day is coming when it certainly will be removed"


If we are to treat Isa Pantami as a personal brand and establish his existential purpose, it will be:

1. To remove the secularity of the Nigerian State.

2. To take images on the naira notes away.

3. To change us from Georgian calendar to Islamic calendar.


How more extreme will Isa get before we accept that it is an existential threat to Islam, the Nigerian state and the world at large. 


A man who could dare to teach rejection of currencies based on the pictures of Heroes that adorns them as forbidden in Islam. Insinuations he himself said no other Clerics of Islam has ever made before. Is Isa Pantami Allah subuana robikah? The danger this personality portends to Islam is grave.


His existential purpose as stated reflect the summary of the aims of Muslim brotherhood which is to remove secularity of states and western influences. To build an organised Islamic empire with self sufficient economy and currency control.


A man with a Governorship ambition of his home state; Gombe come 2023, one of the alleged supporters of Bola Ahmed Tinubu's bid from which the rice flooding the North may be coming from. Supposing his determination to see power shift to a Muslim from the South West for the next 8 years is to remain relevant in National politics as Governor of Gombe state and President in waiting after Tinubu when power will return to the North.


Can the world afford a man with Pantami's mindset as the President of over 250 million people in the next 10 years? Can we afford to have the most populous black nation fall under the control of a presumed terrorist?


Our West African sub region is replete with growing organised terrorism. With this official support of Nigerian government to a terrorist, how does the world hope to fight ISSI West Africa? This nightmare is better aborted in our imagination. 


The day of terror that Pantami threatened us with, as coming, may be closer than we can comprehend. The world should act now!


DR. BOLAJI, A PUBLIC AFFAIRS ANALYST AND CONVENER APOSTOLIC ROUND TABLE.

[email protected]

Pantami Was Chief Imam Of ATBU Mosque When My Son Was Killed By Islamic Extremists Says Father Of Murdered Christian Students’ Leader

Pantami Was Chief Imam Of ATBU Mosque When My Son Was Killed By Islamic Extremists Says Father Of Murdered Christian Students’ Leader

My son's crime was that he was said to have distributed a Christian tract which Sheik Pantami had said blasphemed Islam and Prophet Mohammed.



In the wake of the unnerving stories about the support the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, gave to Islamic extremists in his past comments, a new revelation has emerged of how, as the Chief Imam of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi mosque, his preaching directly led to the brutal murder of a 400-level student, Sunday Achi, who was the leader of the ECWA Student Ministries (ESM) on the campus.


His crime was that he was said to have distributed a Christian tract which Sheik Pantami had said blasphemed Islam and Prophet Mohammed.



According to Niche online, the story was that Achi was dragged out from his room by Muslim fundamentalists at the prompting of Pantami, taken to a remote location within the school premises where he was stoned to death.


But according to the father of the late student, Prof. Samuel Achi, in Kaduna, his son was strangled to death inside the mosque where Pantami held court, not stoned.
“One thing I know that you people (media) got wrong was that my son was not stoned to death. He was strangled inside the mosque and they threw the corpse outside the university mosque,” he said.


He insisted that there was nothing blasphemous in the tract his son and his colleagues shared that should warrant a death sentence.


Achi narrated how a former governor of Kaduna state helped in retrieving his son’s corpse from Bauchi for burial in Kaduna by liaising with the then governor of Bauchi State, Adamu Muazu.


Many Nigerians have called for the sacking or resignation of Pantami after some comments he made some years ago came into light.
“We are all happy whenever unbelievers are killed,” Pantami once said as an Islamic scholar and cleric.
He also hailed Osama Bin Laden, who orchestrated the terrorist attacks on United States soil on September 11, 2001, saying the terrorist “is a better Muslim than myself.”


Pantami once also condemned Muslims who took up government positions, saying he would never join politics or take up a role in government.

Credit: PressExpress

My son's crime was that he was said to have distributed a Christian tract which Sheik Pantami had said blasphemed Islam and Prophet Mohammed.



In the wake of the unnerving stories about the support the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantami, gave to Islamic extremists in his past comments, a new revelation has emerged of how, as the Chief Imam of the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU), Bauchi mosque, his preaching directly led to the brutal murder of a 400-level student, Sunday Achi, who was the leader of the ECWA Student Ministries (ESM) on the campus.


His crime was that he was said to have distributed a Christian tract which Sheik Pantami had said blasphemed Islam and Prophet Mohammed.



According to Niche online, the story was that Achi was dragged out from his room by Muslim fundamentalists at the prompting of Pantami, taken to a remote location within the school premises where he was stoned to death.


But according to the father of the late student, Prof. Samuel Achi, in Kaduna, his son was strangled to death inside the mosque where Pantami held court, not stoned.
“One thing I know that you people (media) got wrong was that my son was not stoned to death. He was strangled inside the mosque and they threw the corpse outside the university mosque,” he said.


He insisted that there was nothing blasphemous in the tract his son and his colleagues shared that should warrant a death sentence.


Achi narrated how a former governor of Kaduna state helped in retrieving his son’s corpse from Bauchi for burial in Kaduna by liaising with the then governor of Bauchi State, Adamu Muazu.


Many Nigerians have called for the sacking or resignation of Pantami after some comments he made some years ago came into light.
“We are all happy whenever unbelievers are killed,” Pantami once said as an Islamic scholar and cleric.
He also hailed Osama Bin Laden, who orchestrated the terrorist attacks on United States soil on September 11, 2001, saying the terrorist “is a better Muslim than myself.”


Pantami once also condemned Muslims who took up government positions, saying he would never join politics or take up a role in government.

Credit: PressExpress

There are Two Sets Of Laws In Nigeria - Senator Abaribe

There are Two Sets Of Laws In Nigeria - Senator Abaribe

 Currently, We Have Two Sets Of Laws In Nigeria - Senator Abaribe


We have the law for the North and the law for the South.


In the North, terrorists are called bandits, government negotiate with them and pay them huge amount of money for their terrorism.


In the South, unarmed freedom fighters are called terrorists, government arrest them and even kill them at will.


In the North, police don’t arrest criminals or extort motorists.


In the South, police arrest innocent citizens and extort motorists.


In the North, Islamic police (Hisbah) arrest Nigerian police for drinking alcohol.


In the South, police arrest vigilantes that drink alcohol and label them criminals.


In the North, Northern youths can kill innocent Southerners and no one will arrest them.


In the South, Southern youths get arrested for attacking armed Fulani herdsmen.


How will people believe in One Nigeria with these treatments?


- Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe

 Currently, We Have Two Sets Of Laws In Nigeria - Senator Abaribe


We have the law for the North and the law for the South.


In the North, terrorists are called bandits, government negotiate with them and pay them huge amount of money for their terrorism.


In the South, unarmed freedom fighters are called terrorists, government arrest them and even kill them at will.


In the North, police don’t arrest criminals or extort motorists.


In the South, police arrest innocent citizens and extort motorists.


In the North, Islamic police (Hisbah) arrest Nigerian police for drinking alcohol.


In the South, police arrest vigilantes that drink alcohol and label them criminals.


In the North, Northern youths can kill innocent Southerners and no one will arrest them.


In the South, Southern youths get arrested for attacking armed Fulani herdsmen.


How will people believe in One Nigeria with these treatments?


- Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe

NIGERIA: AGF Malami Fights Task Force For Arresting 400 Businessmen Funding Boko Haram Terrorists

NIGERIA: AGF Malami Fights Task Force For Arresting 400 Businessmen Funding Boko Haram Terrorists


Nigeria’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN) is unhappy and angry about the recent arrest of some persons allegedly funding Boko Haram terrorists, including operators of some Bureax De Change said to have been facilitating the transfer of money to the terrorists, SaharaReporters reported.


According to the report, a top source in government told SaharaReporters how Malami was opposed to the raid and subsequently at loggerheads with the task force for carrying it out.


It had earlier been reported how about 400 persons were arrested for allegedly funding Boko Haram terrorists.

The series of arrests were made in Kano, Borno, Abuja, Lagos, Sokoto, Adamawa, Kaduna and Zamfara, according to a Daily Trust report.


It was also reported that traders at the foreign exchange open market in Wapa, Fagge Local Government, were picked up on March 9, 15th and 16th.


Meanwhile, according to the source, apart from Malami opposing the raid, he also opposes having the names of those arrested released to the public.


“Malami was opposed to the raid and now he opposes having the names of those arrested revealed. So, he is fighting the task force that carried out the raid. He is saying it was illegal.

“You see, some of those arrested were people he had freed through his Special Fiat Court that sat in Niger state and parts of Abuja. 


Those guys are wealthy and he wants to collect money from them and let them off,” the source told SaharaReporters.


It has been reported that 19 Bureax De Change owned by persons with “direct connection with Boko Haram” were uncovered, while over N300 billion was found to have been pumped into the funding of terrorism in the country.


So, there is a huge amount of money involved, transferred through illicit means.

Those arrested are reportedly being kept in military and Department of State Services facilities in Abuja and other places.


But despite Malami’s resistance to having their names revealed to the public, the identities of some Bureau De Change operators arrested for facilitating the transfer of money to the terrorists have been revealed.


Some of them were traders at the foreign exchange open market in Wapa, Fagge Local Government of Kano state and identified as Baba Usaini, Abubakar Yellow (Amfani), Yusuf Ali Yusuf (Babangida), Ibrahim Shani, Auwal Fagge and Muhammad Lawan Sani (a gold dealer), according to a Daily Trust report.


Despite being the nation that has suffered the heaviest casualties through Boko Haram atrocities for many years, with over 30,000 thousand people killed and millions of others displaced, Nigeria has shown weakness in dealing decisively with the terrorists and blocking their source of funding.


It took a court in the United Arab Emirates in 2020 to jail six Nigerians for funding the terror group.


In November 2020, there were reports of how six Nigerians were facing prison terms of 10 years to life after a federal appeals court in the United Arab Emirates upheld their convictions for funding the terrorist group Boko Haram.


The accused were initially tried and convicted in 2019 following their arrest in 2017.


The court in Abu Dhabi therefore sentenced Surajo Abubakar Muhammad and Saleh Yusuf Adamu to life in prison. Ibrahim Ali Alhassan, AbdurRahman Ado Musa, Bashir Ali Yusuf and Muhammad Ibrahim Isa were each given a ten-year sentence.


The court judgement said between 2015 and 2016, the accused transferred $782,000 from Dubai to Nigeria to benefit Boko Haram.


Following the successful trial of the six persons in the UAE, which was a smack in the face for the Nigerian government, an embarrassed presidency felt it had to do something to save its face, with the international community already doubting its commitment to the fight against terrorism and insurgency in the country.


In March 2021, Senior Special Assistant to The President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said the Nigerian Government had arrested some Bureau De Change operators who were facilitating the transfer of money to Boko Haram terrorists.


He had said some Nigerians transferring money to the sect from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were working with the BDC operators.


“Bureax de change are facilitating money to terrorists. We have already worked with the UAE. Convictions have been achieved of Nigerians who are transferring money to Boko Haram terrorists and this also happens domestically. 


And I tell you that by the time we finish this investigation, the shocking details will surprise many Nigerians,” Shehu had said.


In February 2018, a Nigerian court in Kainji, Niger State freed 475 Boko Haram suspects, with those released for lack of evidence far outweighing those convicted of being members of the Islamist militant group.


According to the Justice Ministry, some were suffering from mental illnesses but it was not clear whether the conditions existed before their arrests.


Also, at a mass trial, held in October 2017, more than 400 suspects were released, with just 45 jailed for their roles in the Boko Haram insurgency.


The AGF and Justice Minister, Malami had told the BBC that the released suspects would be rehabilitated before being allowed to return to their families.


Just last weekend, governors of the states battling with Boko Haram terrorism in the North-East asked the Nigerian Government to issue a special fiat, different from the general one issued earlier, to enable them to speedily prosecute suspects arrested for terrorism.


In separate interviews with Sunday PUNCH, the governors of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states who spoke through their Commissioners of Justice and Attorneys General, noted that the fiat issued by Malami, which allowed states to prosecute federal offences, was not enough to prosecute suspected terrorists.


For instance, Commissioner for Justice in Borno State, Mr Kaka Shehu Lawan, confirmed receiving from the AGF the “general fiat” to prosecute federal offenders but noted that they needed “specific” fiat for cases related to Boko Haram.


Shehu, who spoke on behalf of Governor Babagana Zulum, said, “Yes I am in receipt of the general fiat by the Attorney General of the Federation to prosecute all offenders who commit federal offences in any of the 36 states of the federation but he (Malami) didn’t give us a specific fiat to prosecute Boko Haram insurgents.

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“What we want from the Attorney General of the Federation is for him to give us a specific fiat and collaboration to prosecute Boko Haram insurgents in the three states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states where the Boko Haram insurgents commit crime against the Nigerian federation.”


Nigeria’s Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN) is unhappy and angry about the recent arrest of some persons allegedly funding Boko Haram terrorists, including operators of some Bureax De Change said to have been facilitating the transfer of money to the terrorists, SaharaReporters reported.


According to the report, a top source in government told SaharaReporters how Malami was opposed to the raid and subsequently at loggerheads with the task force for carrying it out.


It had earlier been reported how about 400 persons were arrested for allegedly funding Boko Haram terrorists.

The series of arrests were made in Kano, Borno, Abuja, Lagos, Sokoto, Adamawa, Kaduna and Zamfara, according to a Daily Trust report.


It was also reported that traders at the foreign exchange open market in Wapa, Fagge Local Government, were picked up on March 9, 15th and 16th.


Meanwhile, according to the source, apart from Malami opposing the raid, he also opposes having the names of those arrested released to the public.


“Malami was opposed to the raid and now he opposes having the names of those arrested revealed. So, he is fighting the task force that carried out the raid. He is saying it was illegal.

“You see, some of those arrested were people he had freed through his Special Fiat Court that sat in Niger state and parts of Abuja. 


Those guys are wealthy and he wants to collect money from them and let them off,” the source told SaharaReporters.


It has been reported that 19 Bureax De Change owned by persons with “direct connection with Boko Haram” were uncovered, while over N300 billion was found to have been pumped into the funding of terrorism in the country.


So, there is a huge amount of money involved, transferred through illicit means.

Those arrested are reportedly being kept in military and Department of State Services facilities in Abuja and other places.


But despite Malami’s resistance to having their names revealed to the public, the identities of some Bureau De Change operators arrested for facilitating the transfer of money to the terrorists have been revealed.


Some of them were traders at the foreign exchange open market in Wapa, Fagge Local Government of Kano state and identified as Baba Usaini, Abubakar Yellow (Amfani), Yusuf Ali Yusuf (Babangida), Ibrahim Shani, Auwal Fagge and Muhammad Lawan Sani (a gold dealer), according to a Daily Trust report.


Despite being the nation that has suffered the heaviest casualties through Boko Haram atrocities for many years, with over 30,000 thousand people killed and millions of others displaced, Nigeria has shown weakness in dealing decisively with the terrorists and blocking their source of funding.


It took a court in the United Arab Emirates in 2020 to jail six Nigerians for funding the terror group.


In November 2020, there were reports of how six Nigerians were facing prison terms of 10 years to life after a federal appeals court in the United Arab Emirates upheld their convictions for funding the terrorist group Boko Haram.


The accused were initially tried and convicted in 2019 following their arrest in 2017.


The court in Abu Dhabi therefore sentenced Surajo Abubakar Muhammad and Saleh Yusuf Adamu to life in prison. Ibrahim Ali Alhassan, AbdurRahman Ado Musa, Bashir Ali Yusuf and Muhammad Ibrahim Isa were each given a ten-year sentence.


The court judgement said between 2015 and 2016, the accused transferred $782,000 from Dubai to Nigeria to benefit Boko Haram.


Following the successful trial of the six persons in the UAE, which was a smack in the face for the Nigerian government, an embarrassed presidency felt it had to do something to save its face, with the international community already doubting its commitment to the fight against terrorism and insurgency in the country.


In March 2021, Senior Special Assistant to The President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said the Nigerian Government had arrested some Bureau De Change operators who were facilitating the transfer of money to Boko Haram terrorists.


He had said some Nigerians transferring money to the sect from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) were working with the BDC operators.


“Bureax de change are facilitating money to terrorists. We have already worked with the UAE. Convictions have been achieved of Nigerians who are transferring money to Boko Haram terrorists and this also happens domestically. 


And I tell you that by the time we finish this investigation, the shocking details will surprise many Nigerians,” Shehu had said.


In February 2018, a Nigerian court in Kainji, Niger State freed 475 Boko Haram suspects, with those released for lack of evidence far outweighing those convicted of being members of the Islamist militant group.


According to the Justice Ministry, some were suffering from mental illnesses but it was not clear whether the conditions existed before their arrests.


Also, at a mass trial, held in October 2017, more than 400 suspects were released, with just 45 jailed for their roles in the Boko Haram insurgency.


The AGF and Justice Minister, Malami had told the BBC that the released suspects would be rehabilitated before being allowed to return to their families.


Just last weekend, governors of the states battling with Boko Haram terrorism in the North-East asked the Nigerian Government to issue a special fiat, different from the general one issued earlier, to enable them to speedily prosecute suspects arrested for terrorism.


In separate interviews with Sunday PUNCH, the governors of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states who spoke through their Commissioners of Justice and Attorneys General, noted that the fiat issued by Malami, which allowed states to prosecute federal offences, was not enough to prosecute suspected terrorists.


For instance, Commissioner for Justice in Borno State, Mr Kaka Shehu Lawan, confirmed receiving from the AGF the “general fiat” to prosecute federal offenders but noted that they needed “specific” fiat for cases related to Boko Haram.


Shehu, who spoke on behalf of Governor Babagana Zulum, said, “Yes I am in receipt of the general fiat by the Attorney General of the Federation to prosecute all offenders who commit federal offences in any of the 36 states of the federation but he (Malami) didn’t give us a specific fiat to prosecute Boko Haram insurgents.

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“What we want from the Attorney General of the Federation is for him to give us a specific fiat and collaboration to prosecute Boko Haram insurgents in the three states of Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states where the Boko Haram insurgents commit crime against the Nigerian federation.”

Flashback: The Crowd funding of Major General Muhammadu Buhari's 2015 election by Miyetti Allah - Femi Ogunsanwo

Flashback: The Crowd funding of Major General Muhammadu Buhari's 2015 election by Miyetti Allah - Femi Ogunsanwo


September 2014 one fateful day, the APC Presidential Aspirant General Muhammad Buhari launched the crowd funding platform at International Conference Centre Abuja that was meant to fund his campaign, he informed the whole world that he will be the sole signatory to the First Bank Account number 2026724405. That account has him as sole signatory but some smart alecs played a fast game with "itchy fingers" with the funds. Story for another day actually how the heist was perfected


In my capacity then as Head, Special Duties there are few duties assigned to me and the crowd funding related issues was in my purview then (na only paperwork o). So one sunny afternoon in January 2015 after Buhari emergence as party flagbearer, some group of people were brought to me by aide to one big oga and I was told Oga xxxxx wants you to explain the modalities and give them all assistance how the folks can contribute to the crowd funding 


After exchanging pleasantries realised they are Miyetti Allah group (not sure the exact one now). The one who acted as spokesperson assured me they will contribute hugely, so I explained what needed to be done, phone numbers exchanged between us for coordination and rapprochement 


Then I didn't realise the Miyetti Allah has several groups or whether they are all the same, because shortly after the visit to our BSO office, another Miyetti Allah group appointed Goodluck Jonathan as their patron, so in my head I was thinking what kind of expensive joke is going on or maybe they are just astute players of politics who hedged their bets, supporting the two major candidates in that election 


Anyway when I read provocative statements today, watch the Miyetti Allah people strutting about like peacocks and making outrageous demands from government. I tend to understand reason for their entitled disposition, because only God/Allah knew what agreement or pact made with candidate Buhari then plus they contributed hugely to his campaign which they are probably drawing from their "investments" now


#justscribblingmythoughts


Femi Ogunsanwo



September 2014 one fateful day, the APC Presidential Aspirant General Muhammad Buhari launched the crowd funding platform at International Conference Centre Abuja that was meant to fund his campaign, he informed the whole world that he will be the sole signatory to the First Bank Account number 2026724405. That account has him as sole signatory but some smart alecs played a fast game with "itchy fingers" with the funds. Story for another day actually how the heist was perfected


In my capacity then as Head, Special Duties there are few duties assigned to me and the crowd funding related issues was in my purview then (na only paperwork o). So one sunny afternoon in January 2015 after Buhari emergence as party flagbearer, some group of people were brought to me by aide to one big oga and I was told Oga xxxxx wants you to explain the modalities and give them all assistance how the folks can contribute to the crowd funding 


After exchanging pleasantries realised they are Miyetti Allah group (not sure the exact one now). The one who acted as spokesperson assured me they will contribute hugely, so I explained what needed to be done, phone numbers exchanged between us for coordination and rapprochement 


Then I didn't realise the Miyetti Allah has several groups or whether they are all the same, because shortly after the visit to our BSO office, another Miyetti Allah group appointed Goodluck Jonathan as their patron, so in my head I was thinking what kind of expensive joke is going on or maybe they are just astute players of politics who hedged their bets, supporting the two major candidates in that election 


Anyway when I read provocative statements today, watch the Miyetti Allah people strutting about like peacocks and making outrageous demands from government. I tend to understand reason for their entitled disposition, because only God/Allah knew what agreement or pact made with candidate Buhari then plus they contributed hugely to his campaign which they are probably drawing from their "investments" now


#justscribblingmythoughts


Femi Ogunsanwo


Attempt to take Sunday IGBOHO to custody failed in Ibadan

Attempt to take Sunday IGBOHO to custody failed in Ibadan


The attempt by the combined security operatives of the Nigerian Army, DSS and police to take into custody Adeyemo Sunday popularly known as Sunday IGBOHO failed in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.


IGBOHO and his followers have challenged the unchallengeable FULANI Herdsmen killing, raping and abducting people under the watch of Major General Muhammadu Buhari who is the incumbent president of the federal republic of Nigeria and the Oyo state governor Engr Seyi Makinde.


It took the involvement of his followers, women and youths in the area around Guru maraji in the state capital to void the attempted kidnapping by the state agents.



According to a video obtained on-line Igboho, who is topless, is seen with his men daring the security operatives to “do their worst” before they drove off.


According to a statement signed by a former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, Igboho was on his way to meet with 93-year-old Afenifere Chieftain, Ayo Adebanjo, when the incident occurred.


The statement read in part, “I just spoke to my brother Sunday Igboho. He told me there was a violent attempt to arrest him this afternoon by a joint team of soldiers, DSS operatives and policemen numbering about 40 on the Ibadan/Lagos Expressway whilst he was on his way to see Baba Ayo Adebanjo in Lagos.


“I condemn this attempt to ambush and abduct him. It is not only reckless but also very dangerous. If the security agencies want to see him all they need to do is to invite him to their office. I am not aware of any crime that he has committed and I urge restraint on all sides.


“Let me also send a warning to the Federal Government that Sunday Igboho is a hero to millions of Yoruba and either killing him or detaining him unlawfully would be the biggest mistake they could make. Building bridges, dialogue and the pursuit of peace is better than intimidation, threats, violence and war. A word is enough for the wise.”


Herdsmen in south western parts of the country have been alleged to have been committing series of atrocities and crimes which includes but not limited to killing of prominent king and notable individuals, Raping and kidnapping for ransom, farm land trespassing and destruction of crops.


The state of Insecurity in the country has really called for individuals' and group self defense under the failed leadership of president Buhari and the governor's who are only working the bidding of the Presidency to preserve certain criminals as sacred cows.


President Buhari led federal government have been negotiating with bandits and terrorists since the inception of the administration in 2015 but have ordered the killing of the peaceful Protesters, illegal determination and arrests without obeying court injunctions.



The attempt by the combined security operatives of the Nigerian Army, DSS and police to take into custody Adeyemo Sunday popularly known as Sunday IGBOHO failed in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.


IGBOHO and his followers have challenged the unchallengeable FULANI Herdsmen killing, raping and abducting people under the watch of Major General Muhammadu Buhari who is the incumbent president of the federal republic of Nigeria and the Oyo state governor Engr Seyi Makinde.


It took the involvement of his followers, women and youths in the area around Guru maraji in the state capital to void the attempted kidnapping by the state agents.



According to a video obtained on-line Igboho, who is topless, is seen with his men daring the security operatives to “do their worst” before they drove off.


According to a statement signed by a former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, Igboho was on his way to meet with 93-year-old Afenifere Chieftain, Ayo Adebanjo, when the incident occurred.


The statement read in part, “I just spoke to my brother Sunday Igboho. He told me there was a violent attempt to arrest him this afternoon by a joint team of soldiers, DSS operatives and policemen numbering about 40 on the Ibadan/Lagos Expressway whilst he was on his way to see Baba Ayo Adebanjo in Lagos.


“I condemn this attempt to ambush and abduct him. It is not only reckless but also very dangerous. If the security agencies want to see him all they need to do is to invite him to their office. I am not aware of any crime that he has committed and I urge restraint on all sides.


“Let me also send a warning to the Federal Government that Sunday Igboho is a hero to millions of Yoruba and either killing him or detaining him unlawfully would be the biggest mistake they could make. Building bridges, dialogue and the pursuit of peace is better than intimidation, threats, violence and war. A word is enough for the wise.”


Herdsmen in south western parts of the country have been alleged to have been committing series of atrocities and crimes which includes but not limited to killing of prominent king and notable individuals, Raping and kidnapping for ransom, farm land trespassing and destruction of crops.


The state of Insecurity in the country has really called for individuals' and group self defense under the failed leadership of president Buhari and the governor's who are only working the bidding of the Presidency to preserve certain criminals as sacred cows.


President Buhari led federal government have been negotiating with bandits and terrorists since the inception of the administration in 2015 but have ordered the killing of the peaceful Protesters, illegal determination and arrests without obeying court injunctions.


Over 300 school girls kidnapped in Zamfara, AAC renewed calls for Buhari, Osinbajo to resign

Over 300 school girls kidnapped in Zamfara, AAC renewed calls for Buhari, Osinbajo to resign

The notable opposition political party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) has again asked the incumbent Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice prof Yemi Osinbajo to honourably resign as the duo have failed as president and vice president respectively.


AAC renewed the call on Friday after the reported kidnapping of another nearly 300 school girls in Zamfara state. 

Taken to its twitter handle, the Yele Sowore led party asks Buhari led APC administration to throw in the towel.

The party said: "Another 300 girls abducted in Jangebe Zamfara! At this rate, APC regime under the clueless, corrupt and despotic #Buhari may end up using our entire national budget including loans from China for payment of ransom to bandits. We demand #Buhari and @profosinbajo 's immediate resignation."

BUHARI MUST GO !!!


The nearly 300 girls abducted this morning at Government secondary school Jangebe, Talata Mafara local government by Banditary gunmen who have been enjoying negotiation from the Buhar's led pro terrorists government.

News of the latest abduction comes less than two weeks after armed men broke into Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State.

The attackers had raided staff quarters and hostels, where they picked their victims and took them into the forest.

Although Nigerian President leading a very corrupt and nepotistic government as usual ordered security agencies to ensure their immediate release, the victims are still in captivity.

On Thursday, Governor Sani Bello of Niger alleged that the federal government had abandoned the state on the issue of the release of Kagara victims.

In an audio that went viral on social media, a man who spoke on behalf of the captors of Kagara victims, threatened that they might starve to death.

This is the first time in Nigeria that gunmen will stage large-scale abduction of students from different schools in less than two weeks.

The first major attack on a school by an armed gang happened in Borno State, where over 300 students of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, were abducted on April 14, 2014.

Four years after, gunmen hit Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, and abducted 119 students.

In December 2020, over 300 male students were abducted at Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.

It should also be noted that the emergency of Buhari in the first instance in 2015 as the president was anchored on the electoral promises to tackled insecurity and redeemed the economy but it has compounded the woes of the land with the emergency of many armed bandits and groups threatening the security of lives and prosperities more than ever.


The party calls on Nigerians to prevail on the failed leadership to resign and allow the country to move forward.




The notable opposition political party in Nigeria, African Action Congress (AAC) has again asked the incumbent Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice prof Yemi Osinbajo to honourably resign as the duo have failed as president and vice president respectively.


AAC renewed the call on Friday after the reported kidnapping of another nearly 300 school girls in Zamfara state. 

Taken to its twitter handle, the Yele Sowore led party asks Buhari led APC administration to throw in the towel.

The party said: "Another 300 girls abducted in Jangebe Zamfara! At this rate, APC regime under the clueless, corrupt and despotic #Buhari may end up using our entire national budget including loans from China for payment of ransom to bandits. We demand #Buhari and @profosinbajo 's immediate resignation."

BUHARI MUST GO !!!


The nearly 300 girls abducted this morning at Government secondary school Jangebe, Talata Mafara local government by Banditary gunmen who have been enjoying negotiation from the Buhar's led pro terrorists government.

News of the latest abduction comes less than two weeks after armed men broke into Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State.

The attackers had raided staff quarters and hostels, where they picked their victims and took them into the forest.

Although Nigerian President leading a very corrupt and nepotistic government as usual ordered security agencies to ensure their immediate release, the victims are still in captivity.

On Thursday, Governor Sani Bello of Niger alleged that the federal government had abandoned the state on the issue of the release of Kagara victims.

In an audio that went viral on social media, a man who spoke on behalf of the captors of Kagara victims, threatened that they might starve to death.

This is the first time in Nigeria that gunmen will stage large-scale abduction of students from different schools in less than two weeks.

The first major attack on a school by an armed gang happened in Borno State, where over 300 students of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, were abducted on April 14, 2014.

Four years after, gunmen hit Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, and abducted 119 students.

In December 2020, over 300 male students were abducted at Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.

It should also be noted that the emergency of Buhari in the first instance in 2015 as the president was anchored on the electoral promises to tackled insecurity and redeemed the economy but it has compounded the woes of the land with the emergency of many armed bandits and groups threatening the security of lives and prosperities more than ever.


The party calls on Nigerians to prevail on the failed leadership to resign and allow the country to move forward.




Nigeria: Over 200 students kidnapped in Zamfara state

Nigeria: Over 200 students kidnapped in Zamfara state


The reports has that heavily armed bandits have ATTACKED a Zamfara school. 


Nearly 300 girls have been abducted this morning at Gov secondary school Jangebe, Talata Mafara local govt.


The Banditary gunmen kidnapped some students of Government Girls Secondary School in an ncident that happened in the early hours of Friday.

According to a parent, Sadi Kawaye, who resides at Kawaye village in Aknka Local Government Area of the state, told Reporters that his daughters, Mansura and Sakina, were among those abducted.

“I’m on my to Jangebe now over this terrible situation. I was told they invaded the school around 1am,” he told our reporter over the phone.

According to Daily Trust, when contacted, SP Muhammad Shehu, Police Public Relations Officer in Zamfara, said he could not react.

“Give me some time, I can’t say anything now,” he said.

News of the latest abduction comes less than two weeks after armed men broke into Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State.

The attackers had raided staff quarters and hostels, where they picked their victims and took them into the forest.

Although Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari who is leading a very corrupt and nepotistic region ordered security agencies to ensure their immediate release, the victims are still in captivity.

On Thursday, Governor Sani Bello of Niger alleged that the federal government had abandoned the state on the issue of the release of Kagara victims.

In an audio that went viral on social media, a man who spoke on behalf of the captors of Kagara victims, threatened that they might starve to death.

This is the first time in Nigeria that gunmen will stage large-scale abduction of students from different schools in less than two weeks.

The first major attack on a school by an armed gang happened in Borno State, where over 300 students of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, were abducted on April 14, 2014.

Four years after, gunmen hit Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, and abducted 119 students.

In December 2020, over 300 male students were abducted at Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.

It should be noted that the emergency of Buhari in the first instance in 2015 as the president was anchored on the electoral promises to tackled insecurity and redeemed the economy but it has compounded the woes of the land with the emergency of many armed bandits and groups threatening the security of lives and prosperities more than ever.



The reports has that heavily armed bandits have ATTACKED a Zamfara school. 


Nearly 300 girls have been abducted this morning at Gov secondary school Jangebe, Talata Mafara local govt.


The Banditary gunmen kidnapped some students of Government Girls Secondary School in an ncident that happened in the early hours of Friday.

According to a parent, Sadi Kawaye, who resides at Kawaye village in Aknka Local Government Area of the state, told Reporters that his daughters, Mansura and Sakina, were among those abducted.

“I’m on my to Jangebe now over this terrible situation. I was told they invaded the school around 1am,” he told our reporter over the phone.

According to Daily Trust, when contacted, SP Muhammad Shehu, Police Public Relations Officer in Zamfara, said he could not react.

“Give me some time, I can’t say anything now,” he said.

News of the latest abduction comes less than two weeks after armed men broke into Government Science College, Kagara, Niger State.

The attackers had raided staff quarters and hostels, where they picked their victims and took them into the forest.

Although Nigerian President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari who is leading a very corrupt and nepotistic region ordered security agencies to ensure their immediate release, the victims are still in captivity.

On Thursday, Governor Sani Bello of Niger alleged that the federal government had abandoned the state on the issue of the release of Kagara victims.

In an audio that went viral on social media, a man who spoke on behalf of the captors of Kagara victims, threatened that they might starve to death.

This is the first time in Nigeria that gunmen will stage large-scale abduction of students from different schools in less than two weeks.

The first major attack on a school by an armed gang happened in Borno State, where over 300 students of Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok, were abducted on April 14, 2014.

Four years after, gunmen hit Government Girls’ Science and Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe State, and abducted 119 students.

In December 2020, over 300 male students were abducted at Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State.

It should be noted that the emergency of Buhari in the first instance in 2015 as the president was anchored on the electoral promises to tackled insecurity and redeemed the economy but it has compounded the woes of the land with the emergency of many armed bandits and groups threatening the security of lives and prosperities more than ever.


Maj-Gen. Buhari (retd) and the Lie of a New Year Message

Maj-Gen. Buhari (retd) and the Lie of a New Year Message

 

In the now customary fashion of a New Year broadcast by the President, Maj-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) delivered a 34-point message on 1st January. The rather hollow speech was filled with half-truths, outright lies, and significant omissions.


The speech starts with an attempt to drum up patriotic sentiments, saying that after sixty years “we are standing tall in the comity of nations as one country united under the will of God”. But those who are standing tall are the few stupendously rich. The backs of well over a hundred million poor people have become bent from the burden of increasing costs of living which they can hardly bear.


As a report last year puts it “Nigeria is making more millionaires than ever”. In fact, under the APC regime, the country has recorded the fastest growth in millionaires and billionaires on the African continent. At the same time, it has also secured the infamous position of the country with the largest number of extremely poor people in the world!


The social inequality is simply sickening. The wealth of Nigeria’s five richest men could end extreme poverty in the country. And the worst part of it all, as Oxfam reports, is that most of the wealth of these “big men” have simply been stolen from the public coffers. $20 trillion were stolen between 1960 and 2005.


We can of course imagine just how much more has been stolen over the last fifteen years. The “recorded substantial gains” of the administration’s so-called “anti-corruption drive” is the most disingenuous articulation of sakamanje. Corruption in high places has continued to be the norm under this regime, despite the fighting corruption shakara it came up with as part of its “Change” mantra wayo in 2015.


And without batting an eye the retired Major-General tells us that “your voices have been heard and we would continue to listen to you”. As if that were not enough, in the same sentence he claims to be “committed to the unity of Nigeria to ensure every region of this nation is safe for us all, while guaranteeing that the future is also secure for the coming generation”.


This is the same government that was called out for its lawlessness and penchant for repression by The Punch newspapers barely a year back. Has it turned a new leaf since then for the better? On the contrary, the regime has become even more heinous in definitely not listening to the voices of the people that it might have heard over the last year.


And it does not stop at that. Journalists, whistle-blowers, humanists, and others have been brutalised and detained over the last year. In some instances, the “crimes” of such Nigerians have been for something as petty as using a former SIM card of the president’s daughter (bought from a telecoms company, years after she last used it!) And what of the three people arrested for allegedly insulting the president on social media, who were charged with committing cyber-crimes?


No sir, you never listened to us. You are deaf to our concerns. Where the poor were whipped with koboko you now whip us with scorpions. And your talk about ensuring safety would have been laughable were it not so tragic. And the neoliberal policies of today would rather make the future insecure for coming generations except today’s working-class people and youth kick this regime and its policies meant to make the rich richer and the poor poorer into the dustbin of history.


The lies continue “on the economy”. Is it true that “growing food related inflationary figures” have been reduced? The simple answer is a capital NO! Bloomberg reported mid-December that inflation was at its highest in almost three years on food costs, with annual food inflation acceleration increasing to 18.3%, from 17.4% in October.


“Transformation through rehabilitation, modernization, and expansion of the railway system, national roads and bridges” is also little but razzmatazz code for chopping and cleaning mouth, to borrow from Abami Eda Fela. And all sections and parties of the thieving bosses have their mouths soiled in this more chop and less infrastructure drama.


A Premium Times investigation in July takes us into the “multibillion naira railway fraud” from Jonathan to Buhari. And we equally recall Rotimi Amaechi the minister of transportation urging the national assembly to desist from probing a $500bn Chinese loan for road construction.


And just by the way, Mr Amaechi who’s never had much identifiable source of wealth outside politics is one of the top ten richest politicians in the country, with a worth of $780m. But he is at the lowest rung of that list. The number one position is held by the former Lagos state governor, APC leader, and aspiring presidential candidate come 2023 – Bola Ahmed Tinubu himself, with $8.4bn (and that’s just what could be traced to him).


Beyond the simply vexatious lies, probably the most insulting paragraphs of this tract of barefaced lies are those reaffirming commitment to the people of Nigeria especially the youth which it describes as “our most valuable natural resource”. Coming from the butcher-in-chief of Lekki who never expressed a word of regret about the 20-10-2020 massacre when he delivered a fire and brimstone speech two days after; this is rubbing salt on open wound. Maj-Gen. Buhari and the entire pack of wolves constituting this vampirish regime have blood on their hands. Animals in human skin, as Fela taught us, cannot dash us human rights.


There are lies of omission as well as lies of commission in the Major-General’s speech.


He fails to tell us that the health of the poor masses is not a priority for the regime, even in the midst of a global health emergency. Two decades after the Abuja Declaration commitment made by governments of African countries to set aside 15% of their annual budgetary provision for provision of healthcare, and in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 budget’s provision for the health sector is barely 7%.


He fails to tell us that the regime and its supporters care less for public schools and honouring agreements reached with university teachers, allowing an ASUU strike to drag on for almost a year.


He fails to tell us that, in contravention of the National Minimum Wage Act, 2019 one third of the states of the federation have failed to pay workers the paltry N30,000 and even some who had started paying have illegally been making deductions from such miserly take-home pay that hardly takes any worker home.


And since he cannot tell us these, we cannot expect him to tell us the interconnectedness of the things not said. The class of rich people, in and out of government, do not use the public health system, nor do they send their children to public universities. While COVID-19 has barred them from jetting away to Europe for healthcare, they still access top-notch healthcare services in expensive private hospitals in the country. As with health, so with education. A year and a half back, The Sun reported that a major reason why the country’s education system suffers is that the rich send their children and wards to study abroad. These include Mr President.


S/he who wears the shoe knows where it pinches. We cannot rely on the goodwill of Maj-Gen Buhari (retd) or the class of rich people to make life better for us out of their benevolence. We have to fight to win even that which is legal like implementation of the National Minimum Wage Act! The president like those before him can and will continue to come and beguile us with lies year in and year out.


We must however tell ourselves the truth. We are not in the same boat. The secret of their wealth lies in our pauperisation. We must fight for improved funding of public healthcare and quality education. But we must fight for even more. We must fight for system change. For as long as the exploitative and oppressive capitalist system still stands, the rich will take back whatever reform we win today, somehow or the other, as soon as they can.


The ultimate lie is to believe we can build a new Nigeria and indeed a better world, without revolutionary overthrow of the lying, thieving vagabonds in power and the pro-rich people system they represent. Labour, as the NLC motto clearly states, creates wealth.


The working-class whose labour creates the wealth which the crop of millionaires and billionaires feed fat on must rise, and with it, the entire poor masses and youth. We must take power and democratically run society as self-governance of the working people, by the working people for the working people.


by Baba AYE

 

In the now customary fashion of a New Year broadcast by the President, Maj-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd) delivered a 34-point message on 1st January. The rather hollow speech was filled with half-truths, outright lies, and significant omissions.


The speech starts with an attempt to drum up patriotic sentiments, saying that after sixty years “we are standing tall in the comity of nations as one country united under the will of God”. But those who are standing tall are the few stupendously rich. The backs of well over a hundred million poor people have become bent from the burden of increasing costs of living which they can hardly bear.


As a report last year puts it “Nigeria is making more millionaires than ever”. In fact, under the APC regime, the country has recorded the fastest growth in millionaires and billionaires on the African continent. At the same time, it has also secured the infamous position of the country with the largest number of extremely poor people in the world!


The social inequality is simply sickening. The wealth of Nigeria’s five richest men could end extreme poverty in the country. And the worst part of it all, as Oxfam reports, is that most of the wealth of these “big men” have simply been stolen from the public coffers. $20 trillion were stolen between 1960 and 2005.


We can of course imagine just how much more has been stolen over the last fifteen years. The “recorded substantial gains” of the administration’s so-called “anti-corruption drive” is the most disingenuous articulation of sakamanje. Corruption in high places has continued to be the norm under this regime, despite the fighting corruption shakara it came up with as part of its “Change” mantra wayo in 2015.


And without batting an eye the retired Major-General tells us that “your voices have been heard and we would continue to listen to you”. As if that were not enough, in the same sentence he claims to be “committed to the unity of Nigeria to ensure every region of this nation is safe for us all, while guaranteeing that the future is also secure for the coming generation”.


This is the same government that was called out for its lawlessness and penchant for repression by The Punch newspapers barely a year back. Has it turned a new leaf since then for the better? On the contrary, the regime has become even more heinous in definitely not listening to the voices of the people that it might have heard over the last year.


And it does not stop at that. Journalists, whistle-blowers, humanists, and others have been brutalised and detained over the last year. In some instances, the “crimes” of such Nigerians have been for something as petty as using a former SIM card of the president’s daughter (bought from a telecoms company, years after she last used it!) And what of the three people arrested for allegedly insulting the president on social media, who were charged with committing cyber-crimes?


No sir, you never listened to us. You are deaf to our concerns. Where the poor were whipped with koboko you now whip us with scorpions. And your talk about ensuring safety would have been laughable were it not so tragic. And the neoliberal policies of today would rather make the future insecure for coming generations except today’s working-class people and youth kick this regime and its policies meant to make the rich richer and the poor poorer into the dustbin of history.


The lies continue “on the economy”. Is it true that “growing food related inflationary figures” have been reduced? The simple answer is a capital NO! Bloomberg reported mid-December that inflation was at its highest in almost three years on food costs, with annual food inflation acceleration increasing to 18.3%, from 17.4% in October.


“Transformation through rehabilitation, modernization, and expansion of the railway system, national roads and bridges” is also little but razzmatazz code for chopping and cleaning mouth, to borrow from Abami Eda Fela. And all sections and parties of the thieving bosses have their mouths soiled in this more chop and less infrastructure drama.


A Premium Times investigation in July takes us into the “multibillion naira railway fraud” from Jonathan to Buhari. And we equally recall Rotimi Amaechi the minister of transportation urging the national assembly to desist from probing a $500bn Chinese loan for road construction.


And just by the way, Mr Amaechi who’s never had much identifiable source of wealth outside politics is one of the top ten richest politicians in the country, with a worth of $780m. But he is at the lowest rung of that list. The number one position is held by the former Lagos state governor, APC leader, and aspiring presidential candidate come 2023 – Bola Ahmed Tinubu himself, with $8.4bn (and that’s just what could be traced to him).


Beyond the simply vexatious lies, probably the most insulting paragraphs of this tract of barefaced lies are those reaffirming commitment to the people of Nigeria especially the youth which it describes as “our most valuable natural resource”. Coming from the butcher-in-chief of Lekki who never expressed a word of regret about the 20-10-2020 massacre when he delivered a fire and brimstone speech two days after; this is rubbing salt on open wound. Maj-Gen. Buhari and the entire pack of wolves constituting this vampirish regime have blood on their hands. Animals in human skin, as Fela taught us, cannot dash us human rights.


There are lies of omission as well as lies of commission in the Major-General’s speech.


He fails to tell us that the health of the poor masses is not a priority for the regime, even in the midst of a global health emergency. Two decades after the Abuja Declaration commitment made by governments of African countries to set aside 15% of their annual budgetary provision for provision of healthcare, and in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 budget’s provision for the health sector is barely 7%.


He fails to tell us that the regime and its supporters care less for public schools and honouring agreements reached with university teachers, allowing an ASUU strike to drag on for almost a year.


He fails to tell us that, in contravention of the National Minimum Wage Act, 2019 one third of the states of the federation have failed to pay workers the paltry N30,000 and even some who had started paying have illegally been making deductions from such miserly take-home pay that hardly takes any worker home.


And since he cannot tell us these, we cannot expect him to tell us the interconnectedness of the things not said. The class of rich people, in and out of government, do not use the public health system, nor do they send their children to public universities. While COVID-19 has barred them from jetting away to Europe for healthcare, they still access top-notch healthcare services in expensive private hospitals in the country. As with health, so with education. A year and a half back, The Sun reported that a major reason why the country’s education system suffers is that the rich send their children and wards to study abroad. These include Mr President.


S/he who wears the shoe knows where it pinches. We cannot rely on the goodwill of Maj-Gen Buhari (retd) or the class of rich people to make life better for us out of their benevolence. We have to fight to win even that which is legal like implementation of the National Minimum Wage Act! The president like those before him can and will continue to come and beguile us with lies year in and year out.


We must however tell ourselves the truth. We are not in the same boat. The secret of their wealth lies in our pauperisation. We must fight for improved funding of public healthcare and quality education. But we must fight for even more. We must fight for system change. For as long as the exploitative and oppressive capitalist system still stands, the rich will take back whatever reform we win today, somehow or the other, as soon as they can.


The ultimate lie is to believe we can build a new Nigeria and indeed a better world, without revolutionary overthrow of the lying, thieving vagabonds in power and the pro-rich people system they represent. Labour, as the NLC motto clearly states, creates wealth.


The working-class whose labour creates the wealth which the crop of millionaires and billionaires feed fat on must rise, and with it, the entire poor masses and youth. We must take power and democratically run society as self-governance of the working people, by the working people for the working people.


by Baba AYE

Enough of intimidation: Nepotism under President Buhari topnotch says ECWA

Enough of intimidation: Nepotism under President Buhari topnotch says ECWA


The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Nigeria has said the ranging nepotism under Nigerian President, Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has been second to non in the history of the country.

General Secretary of ECWA, Rev. Yunusa Sabo Nmadu Jnr said on Tuesday that there was nothing new about what Bishop Kukah had said and warned against any attempt to harm him.

Rev. Nmadu said: “I have read so many reactions to the Christmas message of our respected Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, with many of them coming from Muslim and Northern groups.”

He observed that “some of these uncharitable groups have even called for the arrest of our revered Bishop. Arrest a man that spoke the minds of millions of Nigerian? They must be joking.” “There is nothing new about what Bishop Kukah said, the Bishop has spoken our minds, and we will resist any attempt by any group or agency of government to harm him. Enough of this intimidation.”

“This style of governance to silent dissent voices by the Major General Muhammadu Buhari-led administration is unacceptable and must be resisted.” 

“We invite the international community and Nigerians to hold General Buhari and his government responsible should anything happen to Bishop Kukah.” 

“As a matter of fact, Nepotism under General Buhari administration is topnotch. This administration has a first class in nepotism and maladministration.”

“The Federal Government must immediately take steps towards addressing those concerns raised by Bishop Kukah, rather than sponsoring fake groups to attack the revered Bishop.”

“There is no denying the fact that Nigeria under General Buhari is now a centre of bloodshed. Killings, banditry, kidnappings and all forms of insecurities are now order of the day. The President should face the job for which he swore to. Mr. President, fulfill your campaign promises, secure the country and make life better for all of us. ”

“The earlier this administration take steps to addressing these genuine concerns and stop living in denial, the better for them and the country.”

“This country belongs to all of us. And no section of this country should be made superior than the other. We are bonafide citizens with equal rights. Enough of this shenanigans. We are watching,” he said.

The Majo Gen. Buhari led APC government in Nigeria has failed the people and the county as the administration has not deliver on its electoral promises in major areas. Instead of ending the Boko Haram terrorism, Fulani herdsmen and banditry havemade to compounded the woes of the country. 

Highest rate of Unemployement ever, crash of the country's economy into reccession, ASUU strikes as the government lack any meaningful direction right from the inception of the adiministration which has been adjuged the most nepotic and corrupt to lead the country.

The Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Nigeria has said the ranging nepotism under Nigerian President, Major Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has been second to non in the history of the country.

General Secretary of ECWA, Rev. Yunusa Sabo Nmadu Jnr said on Tuesday that there was nothing new about what Bishop Kukah had said and warned against any attempt to harm him.

Rev. Nmadu said: “I have read so many reactions to the Christmas message of our respected Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, with many of them coming from Muslim and Northern groups.”

He observed that “some of these uncharitable groups have even called for the arrest of our revered Bishop. Arrest a man that spoke the minds of millions of Nigerian? They must be joking.” “There is nothing new about what Bishop Kukah said, the Bishop has spoken our minds, and we will resist any attempt by any group or agency of government to harm him. Enough of this intimidation.”

“This style of governance to silent dissent voices by the Major General Muhammadu Buhari-led administration is unacceptable and must be resisted.” 

“We invite the international community and Nigerians to hold General Buhari and his government responsible should anything happen to Bishop Kukah.” 

“As a matter of fact, Nepotism under General Buhari administration is topnotch. This administration has a first class in nepotism and maladministration.”

“The Federal Government must immediately take steps towards addressing those concerns raised by Bishop Kukah, rather than sponsoring fake groups to attack the revered Bishop.”

“There is no denying the fact that Nigeria under General Buhari is now a centre of bloodshed. Killings, banditry, kidnappings and all forms of insecurities are now order of the day. The President should face the job for which he swore to. Mr. President, fulfill your campaign promises, secure the country and make life better for all of us. ”

“The earlier this administration take steps to addressing these genuine concerns and stop living in denial, the better for them and the country.”

“This country belongs to all of us. And no section of this country should be made superior than the other. We are bonafide citizens with equal rights. Enough of this shenanigans. We are watching,” he said.

The Majo Gen. Buhari led APC government in Nigeria has failed the people and the county as the administration has not deliver on its electoral promises in major areas. Instead of ending the Boko Haram terrorism, Fulani herdsmen and banditry havemade to compounded the woes of the country. 

Highest rate of Unemployement ever, crash of the country's economy into reccession, ASUU strikes as the government lack any meaningful direction right from the inception of the adiministration which has been adjuged the most nepotic and corrupt to lead the country.

The reality of a Nigerian Soldier in the corridor of terrorism

The reality of a Nigerian Soldier in the corridor of terrorism

Let's all ponder on this! 



Imagine for a minute that you are a trained soldier.

In fact, a Lieutenant.

You have a wife and two kids.


Now, imagine that during the quarterly rotation, you were sent to Bornu to fight insurgence (Boko Haram)

On this fateful day, as you were moving with your platoon. 


There was an ambush.

Gun fire ensured.


You shot with all you've got.

You know that you have a slim chance of surviving the attack. 


As you were running out of ammo, you called john, your buddy, for fresh supply.


No response.


You glanced and saw John's head split into two halves.

By your left is Barry, his torso turn and one of his arm lying 10 ft away.


With nothing to fight with, you made a run for it  and took a deep dive into the abondoned crater while bullets were getting fired at you.


You passed out 


When you woke, you saw yourself in the hospital.


The doctor came in.

"Officer, you are awake, we did an emergency surgery"

"We had to amputate you"


We are sorry.


You then asked.


'What of my team mates ?"


"Well, you lost 18 men and 2 survivors", the doctor replied. "You and Barry. 


Barry is still in intensive care."


Now, 3 months later, at the defence headquarters.


Your commanding officer, General Gida told you.

"You are back, lieutenant "


"Good news!

We rounded up all the terrorist that attacked your platoon after in another battle confrontation."


They are now in rehabilitation center.


"Can I see them?" you asked


'Sure!'


You got wheeled to the center.


They opened the door. 


And yes.


'There they are !'


Across the hall,

Young men in white flowing gowns were eating fried and Jollof rice with multiple chicken parts.

Some were drinking wine.


Laughter filled the air.

Having a ball.


You were told they will soon be taken abroad on scholarship.


Government sponsored.


As you were getting back to the generals office.


Just outside the defence headquarters gate, you saw the wives of your team, now widowed,  as they agitate with high voices and placards.


"We have been abandoned!"

"Pay us our husbands benefits!"

"We are hungry"


Just imagine all that.


It is the reality of a Nigerian Soldier in the corridor of terrorism.


Unknown author.

Let's all ponder on this! 



Imagine for a minute that you are a trained soldier.

In fact, a Lieutenant.

You have a wife and two kids.


Now, imagine that during the quarterly rotation, you were sent to Bornu to fight insurgence (Boko Haram)

On this fateful day, as you were moving with your platoon. 


There was an ambush.

Gun fire ensured.


You shot with all you've got.

You know that you have a slim chance of surviving the attack. 


As you were running out of ammo, you called john, your buddy, for fresh supply.


No response.


You glanced and saw John's head split into two halves.

By your left is Barry, his torso turn and one of his arm lying 10 ft away.


With nothing to fight with, you made a run for it  and took a deep dive into the abondoned crater while bullets were getting fired at you.


You passed out 


When you woke, you saw yourself in the hospital.


The doctor came in.

"Officer, you are awake, we did an emergency surgery"

"We had to amputate you"


We are sorry.


You then asked.


'What of my team mates ?"


"Well, you lost 18 men and 2 survivors", the doctor replied. "You and Barry. 


Barry is still in intensive care."


Now, 3 months later, at the defence headquarters.


Your commanding officer, General Gida told you.

"You are back, lieutenant "


"Good news!

We rounded up all the terrorist that attacked your platoon after in another battle confrontation."


They are now in rehabilitation center.


"Can I see them?" you asked


'Sure!'


You got wheeled to the center.


They opened the door. 


And yes.


'There they are !'


Across the hall,

Young men in white flowing gowns were eating fried and Jollof rice with multiple chicken parts.

Some were drinking wine.


Laughter filled the air.

Having a ball.


You were told they will soon be taken abroad on scholarship.


Government sponsored.


As you were getting back to the generals office.


Just outside the defence headquarters gate, you saw the wives of your team, now widowed,  as they agitate with high voices and placards.


"We have been abandoned!"

"Pay us our husbands benefits!"

"We are hungry"


Just imagine all that.


It is the reality of a Nigerian Soldier in the corridor of terrorism.


Unknown author.

UK's Financial Times says Nigeria close to becoming failed state, kidnapping, banditry are among country’s rare growth industries under Buhari

UK's Financial Times says Nigeria close to becoming failed state, kidnapping, banditry are among country’s rare growth industries under Buhari

A UK based newspaper Financial Times has described Nigeria under Major General Muhammadu Buhari as a country going backwards economically and plagued with terrorism, illiteracy, poverty, banditry, and kidnapping and risks becoming a failed state if things don’t take a drastic turn.

The Financial Times, in an editorial on Tuesday titled, ‘Nigeria at Risk of Becoming a Failed State’ said the abduction and subsequent rescue of over 300 schoolboys in Kankara, Katsina State, revived memories of the 276 Chibok schoolgirls abducted in Borno State in 2014.

According to the London newspaper, while the government’s claim that no ransom was paid to the abductors of the schoolboys remains doubtful, other acts of criminality could not be overlooked.

The editorial read in part, “The government insists no ransom was paid. Scepticism is warranted. In a country going backwards economically, carjacking, kidnapping and banditry are among Nigeria’s rare growth industries. Just as the boys were going home, Nigerian pirates abducted six Ukrainian sailors off the coast.

“The definition of a failed state is one where the government is no longer in control. By this yardstick, Africa’s most populous country is teetering on the brink.”

The newspaper also questioned the claim by President Muhammadu Buhari that Boko Haram had been technically defeated.

It said contrary to the government’s claim, Boko Haram remained an ever-present threat

The Financial Times stated, “President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 pronounced Boko Haram technically defeated’. That has proved fanciful. Boko Haram has remained an ever-present threat. If the latest kidnapping turns out to be its work, it will mark the spread of the terrorist group from its north-eastern base.

“Even if ‘ordinary’ bandits carried out the mass abduction — as now looks possible — it underlines the fact of chronic criminality and violence. Deadly clashes between herders and settled farmers have spread to most parts of Nigeria. In the oil-rich, but impoverished, Delta region, extortion through the sabotage of pipelines is legendary.”


The newspaper said security is not the only area where “the state is failing”.

The Financial Times added that Nigeria has more poor people than any other country even as Nigeria has the highest number of out of school children on earth.

The newspaper stated that as oil continues to lose its value, Nigeria’s economy would worsen.

“The population, already above 200 million, is growing at a breakneck 3.2 per cent a year. The economy has stalled since 2015 and real living standards are declining. This year, the economy will shrink 4 per cent after COVID-19 dealt a further blow to oil prices.

“In any case, as the world turns greener, the elite’s scramble for oil revenue will become a game of diminishing returns. The country desperately needs to put its finances, propped up by foreign borrowing, on a sounder footing,” it said.

The newspaper said Buhari, who has less than three years left in office, must use the remainder of his term, to redouble efforts at improving security.

It advised the government to restore trust in key institutions, among them the judiciary, the security services and the electoral commission, which will preside over the 2023 elections.

The Financial Times said the #EndSARS protests led by Nigerian youths, signalled a glimmer of hope for Nigeria’s teeming youth population.

It added, “The broad coalition that found political expression this year in the EndSARS movement against police brutality provides a shard of optimism. At least Nigeria has a relatively stable democracy. Now Nigeria’s youth — creative, entrepreneurial and less tainted by the politics of extraction — should use that system to reset the country’s narrative.”

The newspaper concluded by saying that it was time for Nigeria to restructure its political system and concentrate on security, health, education, power and roads.

“At the present trajectory, the population will double to 400 million by 2050. If nothing is done, long before then, Nigeria will become a problem far too big for the world to ignore,” it warned.


A UK based newspaper Financial Times has described Nigeria under Major General Muhammadu Buhari as a country going backwards economically and plagued with terrorism, illiteracy, poverty, banditry, and kidnapping and risks becoming a failed state if things don’t take a drastic turn.

The Financial Times, in an editorial on Tuesday titled, ‘Nigeria at Risk of Becoming a Failed State’ said the abduction and subsequent rescue of over 300 schoolboys in Kankara, Katsina State, revived memories of the 276 Chibok schoolgirls abducted in Borno State in 2014.

According to the London newspaper, while the government’s claim that no ransom was paid to the abductors of the schoolboys remains doubtful, other acts of criminality could not be overlooked.

The editorial read in part, “The government insists no ransom was paid. Scepticism is warranted. In a country going backwards economically, carjacking, kidnapping and banditry are among Nigeria’s rare growth industries. Just as the boys were going home, Nigerian pirates abducted six Ukrainian sailors off the coast.

“The definition of a failed state is one where the government is no longer in control. By this yardstick, Africa’s most populous country is teetering on the brink.”

The newspaper also questioned the claim by President Muhammadu Buhari that Boko Haram had been technically defeated.

It said contrary to the government’s claim, Boko Haram remained an ever-present threat

The Financial Times stated, “President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 pronounced Boko Haram technically defeated’. That has proved fanciful. Boko Haram has remained an ever-present threat. If the latest kidnapping turns out to be its work, it will mark the spread of the terrorist group from its north-eastern base.

“Even if ‘ordinary’ bandits carried out the mass abduction — as now looks possible — it underlines the fact of chronic criminality and violence. Deadly clashes between herders and settled farmers have spread to most parts of Nigeria. In the oil-rich, but impoverished, Delta region, extortion through the sabotage of pipelines is legendary.”


The newspaper said security is not the only area where “the state is failing”.

The Financial Times added that Nigeria has more poor people than any other country even as Nigeria has the highest number of out of school children on earth.

The newspaper stated that as oil continues to lose its value, Nigeria’s economy would worsen.

“The population, already above 200 million, is growing at a breakneck 3.2 per cent a year. The economy has stalled since 2015 and real living standards are declining. This year, the economy will shrink 4 per cent after COVID-19 dealt a further blow to oil prices.

“In any case, as the world turns greener, the elite’s scramble for oil revenue will become a game of diminishing returns. The country desperately needs to put its finances, propped up by foreign borrowing, on a sounder footing,” it said.

The newspaper said Buhari, who has less than three years left in office, must use the remainder of his term, to redouble efforts at improving security.

It advised the government to restore trust in key institutions, among them the judiciary, the security services and the electoral commission, which will preside over the 2023 elections.

The Financial Times said the #EndSARS protests led by Nigerian youths, signalled a glimmer of hope for Nigeria’s teeming youth population.

It added, “The broad coalition that found political expression this year in the EndSARS movement against police brutality provides a shard of optimism. At least Nigeria has a relatively stable democracy. Now Nigeria’s youth — creative, entrepreneurial and less tainted by the politics of extraction — should use that system to reset the country’s narrative.”

The newspaper concluded by saying that it was time for Nigeria to restructure its political system and concentrate on security, health, education, power and roads.

“At the present trajectory, the population will double to 400 million by 2050. If nothing is done, long before then, Nigeria will become a problem far too big for the world to ignore,” it warned.


Bandits were created by Gen Mohammadu Buhari Rtd to oust Jonathan

Bandits were created by Gen Mohammadu Buhari Rtd to oust Jonathan

Bandits are not Boko Haram nor Herdsmen


BY: NUHU RIBADU,  FORMER  EFCC BOSS

 

It all started in April 2014 when Mohammadu Buhari assembled his ardent supporters, promoters and strategists to determine how to remove President Jonathan Goodluck.  Prominent amongst them were El-Rufai, Gen Danbazo (Rtd)……..

 

A decision was reached to consult Miyatti Allah cattle breeders association for assistance to boot Jonathan Goodluck out of office. Consequently, the National Chairman of Miyatti Allah was engaged to bring in foreign mercenaries. Within a month, 2,000 Fulani fighters were brought in from Mali, Senegal, Niger Republic, Chad, Libya to name but a few. Further 4,000 fighters were stationed in Niger and Chad on standby.

 

 On arrival, they were assembled in Kaduna under the sponsorship of El Rufai and were addressed by various Northern Leaders including the Sultan of Sokoto, Gen. Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar (Rtd) etc.

 

Specifically, Gen Buhari in his address told the fighters that “the British handed Nigeria over to us the Fulanis at independence. The land (Nigeria) belongs to us. We must reclaim what belongs to us.”He added that at the event that Jonathan Goodluck worn the election, the Fulani machinery must fight until they regain control of the country. He assured them that the Nigerian Army was behind them.

 

The mercenaries received initial training from the Commandant of the Nigerian Defence Academy and were sent to 6 camps in Ekiti State, Benue State, Katsina State, Kaduna State, Zamfara State and Borno State.

 

In the camps, brand new pick-up trucks, generators etc were provided them. Nigerian Airforce helicopters were used to provide them essential supplies like food, water, drinks and even arms and ammunitions.

 

Evidently, Jonathan Goodluck lost the election in 2015 through a well orchestrated election organised by INEC under a Fulani Chairman, Professor Jega. Gen Buhari (Rtd) was sworn in as the president. This saw the emergence of a Fulani president through a dodgy election hence the planned violent war was averted.

 

Contrary to expectation, the mercenaries in the various camps were abandoned, no more food and essential supplies. The relationship between Miyatti Allah, El Rufai (now a State Governor) and Dambazo broke down. El Rufai arrogantly declared that they were not needed anymore and they should go back. Consequently, the killings in Kaduna commenced as a warning to El Rufai but it did not bother him. He declared that he had paid the people carrying out the killings and they did not want to stop. The Nigerian police did not bother to call Gov El Rufai to give further clarification on this.

 

The Mercenary at the various camps decided to go about to find food for themselves by robbing people, going into farm lands and kidnapping.  Miyatti Allah made several efforts to contact El Rufai and Dambazzo to appeal to them to provide money to return these fighters to where they came from. All efforts proved abortive. The mercenaries at this point vacated their organised camps and took to crime.

 

The criminal gangs which emanated from these mercenaries were at this point described as “Bandits” in order to differentiate them from other notorious terrorist groups like Fulani Herdsmen, Boko Haram etc.

 

Following the untold destruction and killings which the Bandits carried out especially in Katsina and Zamfara, the Northern leaders in conjunction with officials of Nigerian Government requested Miyatti Allah to intervene and remove the Bandits from Nigeria. Miyatti Allah returned demanding 150 Billion Naira to settle the Bandits and evacuate them. The Government turned the offer down and restricted itself to the payment of 100 Billion Naira.

 

Shamefully Godwin Emefiele raised 100 Billion Naira for the settlement as a condition for his re-appointment as the Central bank Governor.

 

Miyatti Allah collected the money and purportedly distributed it but nothing changed.

 

In a bid to control the damage, President Buhari directed that RUGA initiative be setup to create colonies for these fighters in every state in Nigeria.

 

My questions are:

1. Should Nigerian communities accommodate these criminal elements?

2. Why has El Rufai not been called to clean up the mess he created?

3. Does this explain the President Buhari’s silence?

4.Is this conspiracy of the North gone wrong?

Nigerians think for yourselves?


Written 

By 

DSP Nuhu Ribadu

Reposted by URBAN CLASSIC Media ltd.

C&S Magazine

Bandits are not Boko Haram nor Herdsmen


BY: NUHU RIBADU,  FORMER  EFCC BOSS

 

It all started in April 2014 when Mohammadu Buhari assembled his ardent supporters, promoters and strategists to determine how to remove President Jonathan Goodluck.  Prominent amongst them were El-Rufai, Gen Danbazo (Rtd)……..

 

A decision was reached to consult Miyatti Allah cattle breeders association for assistance to boot Jonathan Goodluck out of office. Consequently, the National Chairman of Miyatti Allah was engaged to bring in foreign mercenaries. Within a month, 2,000 Fulani fighters were brought in from Mali, Senegal, Niger Republic, Chad, Libya to name but a few. Further 4,000 fighters were stationed in Niger and Chad on standby.

 

 On arrival, they were assembled in Kaduna under the sponsorship of El Rufai and were addressed by various Northern Leaders including the Sultan of Sokoto, Gen. Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar (Rtd) etc.

 

Specifically, Gen Buhari in his address told the fighters that “the British handed Nigeria over to us the Fulanis at independence. The land (Nigeria) belongs to us. We must reclaim what belongs to us.”He added that at the event that Jonathan Goodluck worn the election, the Fulani machinery must fight until they regain control of the country. He assured them that the Nigerian Army was behind them.

 

The mercenaries received initial training from the Commandant of the Nigerian Defence Academy and were sent to 6 camps in Ekiti State, Benue State, Katsina State, Kaduna State, Zamfara State and Borno State.

 

In the camps, brand new pick-up trucks, generators etc were provided them. Nigerian Airforce helicopters were used to provide them essential supplies like food, water, drinks and even arms and ammunitions.

 

Evidently, Jonathan Goodluck lost the election in 2015 through a well orchestrated election organised by INEC under a Fulani Chairman, Professor Jega. Gen Buhari (Rtd) was sworn in as the president. This saw the emergence of a Fulani president through a dodgy election hence the planned violent war was averted.

 

Contrary to expectation, the mercenaries in the various camps were abandoned, no more food and essential supplies. The relationship between Miyatti Allah, El Rufai (now a State Governor) and Dambazo broke down. El Rufai arrogantly declared that they were not needed anymore and they should go back. Consequently, the killings in Kaduna commenced as a warning to El Rufai but it did not bother him. He declared that he had paid the people carrying out the killings and they did not want to stop. The Nigerian police did not bother to call Gov El Rufai to give further clarification on this.

 

The Mercenary at the various camps decided to go about to find food for themselves by robbing people, going into farm lands and kidnapping.  Miyatti Allah made several efforts to contact El Rufai and Dambazzo to appeal to them to provide money to return these fighters to where they came from. All efforts proved abortive. The mercenaries at this point vacated their organised camps and took to crime.

 

The criminal gangs which emanated from these mercenaries were at this point described as “Bandits” in order to differentiate them from other notorious terrorist groups like Fulani Herdsmen, Boko Haram etc.

 

Following the untold destruction and killings which the Bandits carried out especially in Katsina and Zamfara, the Northern leaders in conjunction with officials of Nigerian Government requested Miyatti Allah to intervene and remove the Bandits from Nigeria. Miyatti Allah returned demanding 150 Billion Naira to settle the Bandits and evacuate them. The Government turned the offer down and restricted itself to the payment of 100 Billion Naira.

 

Shamefully Godwin Emefiele raised 100 Billion Naira for the settlement as a condition for his re-appointment as the Central bank Governor.

 

Miyatti Allah collected the money and purportedly distributed it but nothing changed.

 

In a bid to control the damage, President Buhari directed that RUGA initiative be setup to create colonies for these fighters in every state in Nigeria.

 

My questions are:

1. Should Nigerian communities accommodate these criminal elements?

2. Why has El Rufai not been called to clean up the mess he created?

3. Does this explain the President Buhari’s silence?

4.Is this conspiracy of the North gone wrong?

Nigerians think for yourselves?


Written 

By 

DSP Nuhu Ribadu

Reposted by URBAN CLASSIC Media ltd.

C&S Magazine

STATE SPONSORED Hired Thugs Disrupt Northern Groups’ security summit in Kaduna

STATE SPONSORED Hired Thugs Disrupt Northern Groups’ security summit in Kaduna

 By Ibrahim HassanWuyo



Thugs wielding dangerous weapons

invaded the Arewa House Kaduna on

Monday, where they ran after

officials of the Coalition of Northern

Groups, CNG, who were there for a security summit.


Abdulaziz Suleiman, spokesman of

the CNG, in a statement, explained

that even security guards had to run

for their lives.


According to him, “We regret to announce that armed thugs numbering hundreds were unleashed on the Arewa House venue of the

security summit hosted by the Coalition of Northern Groups on Monday December 14.”


“The Summit aimed to discuss ways to achieve synergy between communities and government security and design a uniform approach to the current security situation in the North.”

“Participants at the meeting included retired military officers, Retired Police

officers, religious leaders, traditional rulers, various women, youth and

trade associations.”


The CNG said just as the meeting was kicking off, ” sponsored armed thugs stormed the auditorium after

subduing the civil guards at the gate.”

“They overturned tables shattered glasses, attacked the guests and officials, wounding several people

and smashing vehicles parked in the premises.”

 By Ibrahim HassanWuyo



Thugs wielding dangerous weapons

invaded the Arewa House Kaduna on

Monday, where they ran after

officials of the Coalition of Northern

Groups, CNG, who were there for a security summit.


Abdulaziz Suleiman, spokesman of

the CNG, in a statement, explained

that even security guards had to run

for their lives.


According to him, “We regret to announce that armed thugs numbering hundreds were unleashed on the Arewa House venue of the

security summit hosted by the Coalition of Northern Groups on Monday December 14.”


“The Summit aimed to discuss ways to achieve synergy between communities and government security and design a uniform approach to the current security situation in the North.”

“Participants at the meeting included retired military officers, Retired Police

officers, religious leaders, traditional rulers, various women, youth and

trade associations.”


The CNG said just as the meeting was kicking off, ” sponsored armed thugs stormed the auditorium after

subduing the civil guards at the gate.”

“They overturned tables shattered glasses, attacked the guests and officials, wounding several people

and smashing vehicles parked in the premises.”

Gunmen kidnap 22 in Niger State — Report

Gunmen kidnap 22 in Niger State — Report




On early Sunday 13th December, 2020, unknown gunmen suspected to be bandits have kidnapped at least 22 persons in Ogu and Tegina communities in Niger State, Nigeria. Channel TV reported.


According to a report, a resident of Ogu, Kamal Wayam, said the assailants stormed the village on motorbikes “and started shooting sporadically into the air”.

The incident in Niger State happened a few days after gunmen stormed a secondary school in Katsina State and abducted 333 students according to a figure given by the state government, reducing the numbers from 600 suspected to have been kidnapped.


Since the advent of Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC government in the country, insecurity levels have been aggravated in all party of the country's regions due to cluelessness, misgovernance, corruption and nepotism which have been the almighty of the government principles of administration.

According to a witness, the gunmen ransacked houses and took away valuables.

“The gunmen in their large number arrived in Ogu on motorcycles and before we knew what was happening, they started shooting into the air.

“They ransacked people’s houses and whatever valuable they could lay their hands on, they carted away,” the witness said.

He said four of the persons abducted in Ogu “were members of one family while the other two were visitors to the community”.

The attack on Tegina community was said to have happened at about 12:30 a.m on Monday with 16 people abducted.

“The gunmen entered the room of my daughter that night, but she hid herself under the bed, while her husband went up the ceiling,” Sani Gamachindo, a resident of the community, told Channels TV.

"When the gunmen entered their room, they spent like 30 minutes and ate almost all the food in the kitchen. Thank God they were not abducted, but 16 persons were kidnapped.”

The spokesperson of the Niger State Police Command, Wasiu Abiodun, neither picked calls nor responded to an SMS requesting information.

The abduction is coming barely a month after the reported abduction of 12 police officers.

The officers were on their way to Zamfara from Borno State to carry out a special assignment.

Niger, Kaduna, Katsina and Zamfara and States have seen have seen more frequent attacks from bandits in recent years, despite heightened security measures in the area.

Bandits are regularly suspected in the attacks, but occasional skirmishes between warring villages have been reported.


Sources: Premium Times

 




On early Sunday 13th December, 2020, unknown gunmen suspected to be bandits have kidnapped at least 22 persons in Ogu and Tegina communities in Niger State, Nigeria. Channel TV reported.


According to a report, a resident of Ogu, Kamal Wayam, said the assailants stormed the village on motorbikes “and started shooting sporadically into the air”.

The incident in Niger State happened a few days after gunmen stormed a secondary school in Katsina State and abducted 333 students according to a figure given by the state government, reducing the numbers from 600 suspected to have been kidnapped.


Since the advent of Major General Muhammadu Buhari led APC government in the country, insecurity levels have been aggravated in all party of the country's regions due to cluelessness, misgovernance, corruption and nepotism which have been the almighty of the government principles of administration.

According to a witness, the gunmen ransacked houses and took away valuables.

“The gunmen in their large number arrived in Ogu on motorcycles and before we knew what was happening, they started shooting into the air.

“They ransacked people’s houses and whatever valuable they could lay their hands on, they carted away,” the witness said.

He said four of the persons abducted in Ogu “were members of one family while the other two were visitors to the community”.

The attack on Tegina community was said to have happened at about 12:30 a.m on Monday with 16 people abducted.

“The gunmen entered the room of my daughter that night, but she hid herself under the bed, while her husband went up the ceiling,” Sani Gamachindo, a resident of the community, told Channels TV.

"When the gunmen entered their room, they spent like 30 minutes and ate almost all the food in the kitchen. Thank God they were not abducted, but 16 persons were kidnapped.”

The spokesperson of the Niger State Police Command, Wasiu Abiodun, neither picked calls nor responded to an SMS requesting information.

The abduction is coming barely a month after the reported abduction of 12 police officers.

The officers were on their way to Zamfara from Borno State to carry out a special assignment.

Niger, Kaduna, Katsina and Zamfara and States have seen have seen more frequent attacks from bandits in recent years, despite heightened security measures in the area.

Bandits are regularly suspected in the attacks, but occasional skirmishes between warring villages have been reported.


Sources: Premium Times

 

Do not be deceived, what a man sows, that shall he reap, Hailer wants Buhari to resign

Do not be deceived, what a man sows, that shall he reap, Hailer wants Buhari to resign


Many who have been so courageous enough to call out on the misgovernance and maladministration of the Tyrants Major General Muhammadu Buhari are been viewed as enemies of the state even as unfounded allegations and trumpup charges are leveled against many for calling for a better, prosperous and egalitarian Nigerian state.

Omoyele Sowore and many others are currently being prosecuted, accounts of some are also frozen as been part of EndSars Protests. The fact that is becoming more glaring is that nobody will be exempted from the rewards of bad governance under clueless Buhari including the wailers.

Soon, only the poor masses will be able to walk at least freely as rich and middle class and those stealing  our common wealth will find it very difficult to even be living here for the fear of the fruits of their labour.


Those who harbor, praising and hailing the evil doers or enablers cannot but share and partake in the bitter gal of it.

The Holy Book says: "Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life."

The Hailer above who now want the president to tender resignation as soon as possible because two brothers of his are among those kidnapped by bandits in Kastina state but for long has failed to realized that many have been killed and kidnapped by the bandits, Fulani herdsmean and Boko Haram under the administration that came to power on the cardinal promise to end insecurity and boost the economy.

The evils of this Buhari led APC government are enough to go round but certainly at different times if we failed to stop this misgovernance under the incumbent unrepented Tyrant.

Many who have been so courageous enough to call out on the misgovernance and maladministration of the Tyrants Major General Muhammadu Buhari are been viewed as enemies of the state even as unfounded allegations and trumpup charges are leveled against many for calling for a better, prosperous and egalitarian Nigerian state.

Omoyele Sowore and many others are currently being prosecuted, accounts of some are also frozen as been part of EndSars Protests. The fact that is becoming more glaring is that nobody will be exempted from the rewards of bad governance under clueless Buhari including the wailers.

Soon, only the poor masses will be able to walk at least freely as rich and middle class and those stealing  our common wealth will find it very difficult to even be living here for the fear of the fruits of their labour.


Those who harbor, praising and hailing the evil doers or enablers cannot but share and partake in the bitter gal of it.

The Holy Book says: "Do not be deceived: God cannot be mocked. A man reaps what he sows. The one who sows to please his sinful nature, from that nature will reap destruction; the one who sows to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life."

The Hailer above who now want the president to tender resignation as soon as possible because two brothers of his are among those kidnapped by bandits in Kastina state but for long has failed to realized that many have been killed and kidnapped by the bandits, Fulani herdsmean and Boko Haram under the administration that came to power on the cardinal promise to end insecurity and boost the economy.

The evils of this Buhari led APC government are enough to go round but certainly at different times if we failed to stop this misgovernance under the incumbent unrepented Tyrant.

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