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Twenty Security tips as Nigeria becomes increasingly unsecure place

Twenty Security tips as Nigeria becomes increasingly unsecure place

 I want you all to be mindful of your security. Listen to news regularly.

The country is going through very difficult and unsafe times. Presently there are calls from foreign concerns to declare Nigeria a failed state. This is because of the level of insecurity present in the country presently. 


We all need to be concerned about our safety. Do not say it can never happen to me. No one is safe. Relatives of the President had been kidnapped. Men of God, Security men etc. No one is safe nowhere is safe. Let us try and observe strict security protocols together with our prayers.


*ONE*

So I direct you all never to stay out of the house late.

Come back home or stay close to your house latest 6pm


*TWO*

Do not travel in marked vehicles. For example, vehicles bearing names, company etc. 


*THREE*

Do not travel in groups. If you are to go for a program, move alone.


*FOUR*

If your area is being attacked, switch of all lights including any switch with lights no matter how tiny. Remove all jewelry on your body and wrap your phone in a cloth to prevent light reflection that can betray your position. 

If you hear gunshot, leave your bed and lie flat under the bed and out of your window. Get out of sight. Lie close to any wall.


*FIVE*

Do not take ride in any vehicle that you don't know. Take public transportation at all times.


*SIX*

When you go out, dress normal and neat not flashy. Never wear any clothes that can get you noticed or identified. 


*SEVEN*

If you are going out to somewhere, tell someone where you are going to and the expected time of your arrival. If possible don't go alone.


*EIGHT*

On no account should you visit online friends. People who you meet on social media, you should never visit them either in public or in their home or office. NEVER.


*NINE*

Speak very little when you are in the public and never comment on government or political issues.


*TEN*

Always maintain call credit on your phone and always ensure you have power on it or buy power bank. You may need to make contact incase of ATTACK. 


*ELEVEN*

If under attack, do not make voice calls, because sound travel faster and quietly at night, just ring the number repeatedly if the person pick, don't speak. Just send text. When doing that do it under cover so that your phone will not reflect any ray of light.


*TWELVE*

Don't buy group dress from anyone for now. No matter how close they are to you , don't buy. 


*THIRTEEN*

Don't attend parties that you are not closely concerned.


*FOURTEEN*

If at all, you come under attack, remember there are only 2 rules to guide you. 

*1) DO NOT PANIC*

*2) NOT TO FORGET RULE 1* 

If you panic, you will attract attention of the attackers to yourselves, and you will not remember exactly what you need to do to keep you safe.


*FIFTEEN*

This is not the time to do fashion or to showcase your new clothing and shoes. Anytime you go out wear dress and especially shoes that will allow you to run incase you need to get out of troubled area fast. Wear cheap shoes that you can throw away if it impedes your movement. Your dress should not hinder your ability to run. 


*SIXTEEN*

Prepare for any eventuality. Do not say it can't happen. Be Prepared. Trouble can happen anywhere any time. Remember your life is very important,not your phone or your property. 


*SEVENTEEN*

If you have to run, throw away anything in your hand. Save yourself first. Don't wait to pick anything that drop from your hands. Run as fast as you can.


*EIGHTEEN*

If there is shooting, try the rules. Do not panic. The fact that you heard the gunshot means that you are not hit. If you are hit, you will not hear the SOUND. 

#. Reduce your height first by bending down as close to the ground as possible. 

#. Then try and identify the direction of the shots first then draw a cross putting the direction of the shot at north or south, run East or WEST. 

#. Never run straight line in opposite direction because bullets travel at straight line and never run toward the point of the gunshot. 

#. As you are moving out of the troubled area, identify hard objects or structures that you can use as protection where you can hide. 

#. If you notice the sound is coming closer, shift your location a little as you continue to run. If not, find a safe place and hide in sitting position to avoid stray bullets from hitting you. 


*NINETEEN*

At this moment, avoid arguments with People. When you notice people are showing anger, don't wait to settle them, move out of the place as quickly and quietly as you can. Just yesterday we lost one of our officers in Ado Ekiti while he was trying to settle an argument, he was stabbed and he died on the spot. Don't go to places of incidents to go and look what's happening.


*TWENTY*

At this moment, stay as close as possible to your home. Know the shortest possible routes to your home incase you need to get home quickly.

Always keep some change at hand. Not much, maybe 2k or less incase you need to board a public transport out of any trouble area.

*OPEN YOUR EYES AND BE ALERT.*

_Suspect everything including people and places._...


Please.

 I want you all to be mindful of your security. Listen to news regularly.

The country is going through very difficult and unsafe times. Presently there are calls from foreign concerns to declare Nigeria a failed state. This is because of the level of insecurity present in the country presently. 


We all need to be concerned about our safety. Do not say it can never happen to me. No one is safe. Relatives of the President had been kidnapped. Men of God, Security men etc. No one is safe nowhere is safe. Let us try and observe strict security protocols together with our prayers.


*ONE*

So I direct you all never to stay out of the house late.

Come back home or stay close to your house latest 6pm


*TWO*

Do not travel in marked vehicles. For example, vehicles bearing names, company etc. 


*THREE*

Do not travel in groups. If you are to go for a program, move alone.


*FOUR*

If your area is being attacked, switch of all lights including any switch with lights no matter how tiny. Remove all jewelry on your body and wrap your phone in a cloth to prevent light reflection that can betray your position. 

If you hear gunshot, leave your bed and lie flat under the bed and out of your window. Get out of sight. Lie close to any wall.


*FIVE*

Do not take ride in any vehicle that you don't know. Take public transportation at all times.


*SIX*

When you go out, dress normal and neat not flashy. Never wear any clothes that can get you noticed or identified. 


*SEVEN*

If you are going out to somewhere, tell someone where you are going to and the expected time of your arrival. If possible don't go alone.


*EIGHT*

On no account should you visit online friends. People who you meet on social media, you should never visit them either in public or in their home or office. NEVER.


*NINE*

Speak very little when you are in the public and never comment on government or political issues.


*TEN*

Always maintain call credit on your phone and always ensure you have power on it or buy power bank. You may need to make contact incase of ATTACK. 


*ELEVEN*

If under attack, do not make voice calls, because sound travel faster and quietly at night, just ring the number repeatedly if the person pick, don't speak. Just send text. When doing that do it under cover so that your phone will not reflect any ray of light.


*TWELVE*

Don't buy group dress from anyone for now. No matter how close they are to you , don't buy. 


*THIRTEEN*

Don't attend parties that you are not closely concerned.


*FOURTEEN*

If at all, you come under attack, remember there are only 2 rules to guide you. 

*1) DO NOT PANIC*

*2) NOT TO FORGET RULE 1* 

If you panic, you will attract attention of the attackers to yourselves, and you will not remember exactly what you need to do to keep you safe.


*FIFTEEN*

This is not the time to do fashion or to showcase your new clothing and shoes. Anytime you go out wear dress and especially shoes that will allow you to run incase you need to get out of troubled area fast. Wear cheap shoes that you can throw away if it impedes your movement. Your dress should not hinder your ability to run. 


*SIXTEEN*

Prepare for any eventuality. Do not say it can't happen. Be Prepared. Trouble can happen anywhere any time. Remember your life is very important,not your phone or your property. 


*SEVENTEEN*

If you have to run, throw away anything in your hand. Save yourself first. Don't wait to pick anything that drop from your hands. Run as fast as you can.


*EIGHTEEN*

If there is shooting, try the rules. Do not panic. The fact that you heard the gunshot means that you are not hit. If you are hit, you will not hear the SOUND. 

#. Reduce your height first by bending down as close to the ground as possible. 

#. Then try and identify the direction of the shots first then draw a cross putting the direction of the shot at north or south, run East or WEST. 

#. Never run straight line in opposite direction because bullets travel at straight line and never run toward the point of the gunshot. 

#. As you are moving out of the troubled area, identify hard objects or structures that you can use as protection where you can hide. 

#. If you notice the sound is coming closer, shift your location a little as you continue to run. If not, find a safe place and hide in sitting position to avoid stray bullets from hitting you. 


*NINETEEN*

At this moment, avoid arguments with People. When you notice people are showing anger, don't wait to settle them, move out of the place as quickly and quietly as you can. Just yesterday we lost one of our officers in Ado Ekiti while he was trying to settle an argument, he was stabbed and he died on the spot. Don't go to places of incidents to go and look what's happening.


*TWENTY*

At this moment, stay as close as possible to your home. Know the shortest possible routes to your home incase you need to get home quickly.

Always keep some change at hand. Not much, maybe 2k or less incase you need to board a public transport out of any trouble area.

*OPEN YOUR EYES AND BE ALERT.*

_Suspect everything including people and places._...


Please.

NIGERIA: Let us separate peacefully - Tola Adeniyi

NIGERIA: Let us separate peacefully - Tola Adeniyi


At one point or the other every known political leader in this contraption created by British commercial interest and greed, has described Nigeria as a mistake, a mere geographical expression, a marriage of contradictions, a clog in the wheel of the nationalities forcibly yoked together, an unworkable entity, or an outright tragedy. There is no negative word in the dictionary of every language spoken in the Nigeria space that has not been used to describe the country viewed as a giant zoo with tigers and sheep, hyenas and pigs, hawks and chickens locked up in one borderless and un-demarcated cage.


There is hardly any place in the vast expanse of land christened ‘Nigger-area’ by Lugard’s Ms Shaw that is not under siege imposed on the country by obvious failure of governance, crass mismanagement of pluralism and diversity as well as wrong-headed expansionist and colonization ambitions. And there is no ethnic nationality that is happy and fulfilled in this joke of a ‘union’ wobbling in the dark.


At this critical time we should examine and expose the fallacies that have kept all of us hoping against hope and living in denial. We should indentify the vocal and powerful few who are against the dissolution of the charade called Nigeria and why.


Those in that category of irritating slogan “Nigeria is indissoluble” are people who are romanticizing with the name Nigeria, a derogatory word for negroes, and wrongly believe that the size of a country confers magical prosperity; ignoring Israel, Singapore, United Kingdom, Japan, Norwegian and Scandinavian success stories, and several affluent countries that are not bigger than Lagos state either in landmass or population.


There are those in another category who vaingloriously beat their chests that they fought a war to keep Nigeria one. What a fallacy! There was never a war to ‘keep-Nigeria-one’ and if any at all, it would not be from a section of the country that threatened secession twice or from their lackeys. In any case, the truth of the matter was that a section of the country, in pursuit of vengeance, deployed the federal forces [when there was one such] to pursue another section of the country already fleeing mass massacre to their homeland and engaged them in killing spree. That was not a Civil War but pure carnage.


There is yet another powerful group claiming they want to preserve the ‘territorial integrity’ of the country. The question to ask them is; ‘preserve territorial integrity for whom and to what end’? Are you preserving the integrity for people being slaughtered on daily basis across the country? Are you preserving territorial integrity for the dead, the maimed, the raped, the dispossessed and the oppressed and repressed?


There is the tiny group of timid and cowardly people who say they are very happy to donate their mothers, wives and daughters to beastly rapists and plunderers instead of lifting a finger to defend their birthright, their dignity and honour as well as their ancestral land. Such people also submit to the myth of the ‘superiority’ and ‘invincibility’ of some ‘untouchables’ who may overrun the entire 200 million people currently yoked together in Nigeria. It is in this category you find people who believe, due to their limited exposure, that all separations must entail bloodshed. The pathological cynics among them argue that after all it is the same politicians with their baggage that would run new sovereignties, forgetting [or ignorant of the fact] that African communities, nation states and empires were run perfectly well before the colonialists brought their extremely corrupt systems of government.


Yes. Some people worry about what might happen to their businesses and investments scattered all over the country as well as long term relationships including intra-ethnic marriages, forgetting that Igbo, Yoruba, Tiv, Kanuri, Hausa, Izon and other nationals in Nigeria own and operate businesses in Ghana, Dubai, England, the US and everywhere across the globe. If we separate peacefully those who own hotels and estates in Abuja, Kano, Lagos, Jalingo and Port Harcourt would continue to own and run their businesses just as non-indigenes/non-nationals/non-residents run their businesses all over the world. Nothing would happen to marriages; there are inter-ethnic, inter-racial marriages the world over. It is left for the couple to decide where to call home.


Perhaps the stoutest in opposition to dissolution of the collapsed contraption are politicians, all of them, who believe, rightly so, that it is only in a country like Nigeria, as constituted and exploited by them, can they continue with the reckless pillage they indulge in. The unearned wealth and unmerited false status they swim in will vanish if nations in the amalgam go their separate ways. For that group of mercenary and commercial politicians, Abuja, a no man’s land, provides the corrupt cover for iniquities, brigandage, lavish opulence and nauseating impunity and lawlessness. And they want the status quo to remain ad infinitum.


There is no unemployed, or wrongly- and under-employed youth anywhere in Nigeria, and they are more than 150 million, who still wants to remain in ‘Nigeria’ as presently configured and in ruins.


Of course there is another category that believes Nigeria must remain ‘Nigeria’ so that they can continue the ‘master-servant governance model’ which has garnered for them and their collaborators feeding on remnants, irritating advantages over the rest of the country. It is those oligarchs and their cohorts already armed to the teeth that shout to high heavens their self-serving desire to keep Nigeria in its present decayed and vanishing form by hook or crook. And if that dream is not attainable, they are bent on setting the country ablaze and run away.


Has it ever occurred to anyone that the Igbo [for example] are not limited to the geographical confines of the so-called South East Nigeria? Do some people know that IPOB is just one of the many Self-Determination Groups in the East? Do the few poisoned and poisonous minds nudging those with the levers of power to annihilate the Igbo with ‘the Military and the Police’ as ‘directed’ know that there are millions of Igbo nationals in Lagos, Ibadan and several other major towns and cities in Nigeria? Is anyone aware that there are millions of Igbo indigenes in countries in the South and East of Nigeria’s porous borders? Is it not obvious that there are millions of well-to-do Igbo in the Diaspora as opposed to the rag-tag impoverished bloodsucking militia men and women imported to Nigeria to carry out programmed pogrom?


Are those fuelling undisguised mayhem across the country aware of President Olusegun Obasanjo’s latest letter to President Buhari admonishing him against the dangers of exposing the Fulani [because of the misguided activities of a few of them] to serious hatred by the rest of the country?


Those in the shadowy ‘Think Tank’ at Abuja should remember former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s warning to America a few years ago, that the US should not push her luck to a point where the entire races in the world would pounce on her, telling it, as is, that America was the most hated country in the world.


As things stand today, those who hold the levers of temporary and transient power should be better advised that it is better we go our separate ways peacefully as admonished by the great Nnamdi Azikiwe in 1964. Let us not plunge the country into an unnecessary, fruitless, avoidable and senseless Civil War which in the long run will only spell death knell to all of us; the tormentor and the tormented.


There is no point pursuing a ruinous path. It simply is NOT possible in this age and time for any group of people to colonize another people. It is therefore in the best survival interest of all concerned to peacefully dissolve the amalgamated nations…and let everyone go their separate ways to develop their nations and remain friends and united in the AU and ECOWAS.


The US did not achieve anything in Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq and Libya except calamitous ruins. Saudi Arabia has not succeeded in her madness to impose on Yemen.


I am happy when our President hinted at a statesmanlike possibility when he asked rhetorically if people had given thought to how we are going to share our assets and liabilities at Dissolution.


Several right thinking Nigerians from all the geo-political regions of the Lugardian contraption had opined that virtually all the nationalities currently being brutally forced to stay unified in an un-united mass-cage would be better off, better managed, more prosperous if they separated and lived in their own sovereign states. There is no sense, and certainly nothing to be gained in an endless acrimonious relationship.


There has been no single year of peace since 1914, and the last six years have been a nightmare. It is height of foolishness, bordering on lunacy to continue doing the same thing that has not yielded fruit in over 100 years! Or to remain in a deserted market or worse still, in an obviously collapsed building!


Let us allow each nationality to attain her God-given potentials, develop her people and achieve great glory in the comity of nations. The Hausa kingdoms paraded the most thriving merchants and cash crops producers in the whole of Africa before the Colonialists rudely interrupted our peace and prosperity. That prosperity can return again instead of the debt-ridden feeding-bottle economy choking life out of all of us.


And we should stop deceiving ourselves about size. Gambia, a nation in West Africa is not as big as Ijebu-Igbo! Certainly not up to one tenth of Niger state! And Niger is 431% larger than Ghana with poverty as its only landmark!!


At one point or the other every known political leader in this contraption created by British commercial interest and greed, has described Nigeria as a mistake, a mere geographical expression, a marriage of contradictions, a clog in the wheel of the nationalities forcibly yoked together, an unworkable entity, or an outright tragedy. There is no negative word in the dictionary of every language spoken in the Nigeria space that has not been used to describe the country viewed as a giant zoo with tigers and sheep, hyenas and pigs, hawks and chickens locked up in one borderless and un-demarcated cage.


There is hardly any place in the vast expanse of land christened ‘Nigger-area’ by Lugard’s Ms Shaw that is not under siege imposed on the country by obvious failure of governance, crass mismanagement of pluralism and diversity as well as wrong-headed expansionist and colonization ambitions. And there is no ethnic nationality that is happy and fulfilled in this joke of a ‘union’ wobbling in the dark.


At this critical time we should examine and expose the fallacies that have kept all of us hoping against hope and living in denial. We should indentify the vocal and powerful few who are against the dissolution of the charade called Nigeria and why.


Those in that category of irritating slogan “Nigeria is indissoluble” are people who are romanticizing with the name Nigeria, a derogatory word for negroes, and wrongly believe that the size of a country confers magical prosperity; ignoring Israel, Singapore, United Kingdom, Japan, Norwegian and Scandinavian success stories, and several affluent countries that are not bigger than Lagos state either in landmass or population.


There are those in another category who vaingloriously beat their chests that they fought a war to keep Nigeria one. What a fallacy! There was never a war to ‘keep-Nigeria-one’ and if any at all, it would not be from a section of the country that threatened secession twice or from their lackeys. In any case, the truth of the matter was that a section of the country, in pursuit of vengeance, deployed the federal forces [when there was one such] to pursue another section of the country already fleeing mass massacre to their homeland and engaged them in killing spree. That was not a Civil War but pure carnage.


There is yet another powerful group claiming they want to preserve the ‘territorial integrity’ of the country. The question to ask them is; ‘preserve territorial integrity for whom and to what end’? Are you preserving the integrity for people being slaughtered on daily basis across the country? Are you preserving territorial integrity for the dead, the maimed, the raped, the dispossessed and the oppressed and repressed?


There is the tiny group of timid and cowardly people who say they are very happy to donate their mothers, wives and daughters to beastly rapists and plunderers instead of lifting a finger to defend their birthright, their dignity and honour as well as their ancestral land. Such people also submit to the myth of the ‘superiority’ and ‘invincibility’ of some ‘untouchables’ who may overrun the entire 200 million people currently yoked together in Nigeria. It is in this category you find people who believe, due to their limited exposure, that all separations must entail bloodshed. The pathological cynics among them argue that after all it is the same politicians with their baggage that would run new sovereignties, forgetting [or ignorant of the fact] that African communities, nation states and empires were run perfectly well before the colonialists brought their extremely corrupt systems of government.


Yes. Some people worry about what might happen to their businesses and investments scattered all over the country as well as long term relationships including intra-ethnic marriages, forgetting that Igbo, Yoruba, Tiv, Kanuri, Hausa, Izon and other nationals in Nigeria own and operate businesses in Ghana, Dubai, England, the US and everywhere across the globe. If we separate peacefully those who own hotels and estates in Abuja, Kano, Lagos, Jalingo and Port Harcourt would continue to own and run their businesses just as non-indigenes/non-nationals/non-residents run their businesses all over the world. Nothing would happen to marriages; there are inter-ethnic, inter-racial marriages the world over. It is left for the couple to decide where to call home.


Perhaps the stoutest in opposition to dissolution of the collapsed contraption are politicians, all of them, who believe, rightly so, that it is only in a country like Nigeria, as constituted and exploited by them, can they continue with the reckless pillage they indulge in. The unearned wealth and unmerited false status they swim in will vanish if nations in the amalgam go their separate ways. For that group of mercenary and commercial politicians, Abuja, a no man’s land, provides the corrupt cover for iniquities, brigandage, lavish opulence and nauseating impunity and lawlessness. And they want the status quo to remain ad infinitum.


There is no unemployed, or wrongly- and under-employed youth anywhere in Nigeria, and they are more than 150 million, who still wants to remain in ‘Nigeria’ as presently configured and in ruins.


Of course there is another category that believes Nigeria must remain ‘Nigeria’ so that they can continue the ‘master-servant governance model’ which has garnered for them and their collaborators feeding on remnants, irritating advantages over the rest of the country. It is those oligarchs and their cohorts already armed to the teeth that shout to high heavens their self-serving desire to keep Nigeria in its present decayed and vanishing form by hook or crook. And if that dream is not attainable, they are bent on setting the country ablaze and run away.


Has it ever occurred to anyone that the Igbo [for example] are not limited to the geographical confines of the so-called South East Nigeria? Do some people know that IPOB is just one of the many Self-Determination Groups in the East? Do the few poisoned and poisonous minds nudging those with the levers of power to annihilate the Igbo with ‘the Military and the Police’ as ‘directed’ know that there are millions of Igbo nationals in Lagos, Ibadan and several other major towns and cities in Nigeria? Is anyone aware that there are millions of Igbo indigenes in countries in the South and East of Nigeria’s porous borders? Is it not obvious that there are millions of well-to-do Igbo in the Diaspora as opposed to the rag-tag impoverished bloodsucking militia men and women imported to Nigeria to carry out programmed pogrom?


Are those fuelling undisguised mayhem across the country aware of President Olusegun Obasanjo’s latest letter to President Buhari admonishing him against the dangers of exposing the Fulani [because of the misguided activities of a few of them] to serious hatred by the rest of the country?


Those in the shadowy ‘Think Tank’ at Abuja should remember former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s warning to America a few years ago, that the US should not push her luck to a point where the entire races in the world would pounce on her, telling it, as is, that America was the most hated country in the world.


As things stand today, those who hold the levers of temporary and transient power should be better advised that it is better we go our separate ways peacefully as admonished by the great Nnamdi Azikiwe in 1964. Let us not plunge the country into an unnecessary, fruitless, avoidable and senseless Civil War which in the long run will only spell death knell to all of us; the tormentor and the tormented.


There is no point pursuing a ruinous path. It simply is NOT possible in this age and time for any group of people to colonize another people. It is therefore in the best survival interest of all concerned to peacefully dissolve the amalgamated nations…and let everyone go their separate ways to develop their nations and remain friends and united in the AU and ECOWAS.


The US did not achieve anything in Korea, Vietnam, Cambodia, Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq and Libya except calamitous ruins. Saudi Arabia has not succeeded in her madness to impose on Yemen.


I am happy when our President hinted at a statesmanlike possibility when he asked rhetorically if people had given thought to how we are going to share our assets and liabilities at Dissolution.


Several right thinking Nigerians from all the geo-political regions of the Lugardian contraption had opined that virtually all the nationalities currently being brutally forced to stay unified in an un-united mass-cage would be better off, better managed, more prosperous if they separated and lived in their own sovereign states. There is no sense, and certainly nothing to be gained in an endless acrimonious relationship.


There has been no single year of peace since 1914, and the last six years have been a nightmare. It is height of foolishness, bordering on lunacy to continue doing the same thing that has not yielded fruit in over 100 years! Or to remain in a deserted market or worse still, in an obviously collapsed building!


Let us allow each nationality to attain her God-given potentials, develop her people and achieve great glory in the comity of nations. The Hausa kingdoms paraded the most thriving merchants and cash crops producers in the whole of Africa before the Colonialists rudely interrupted our peace and prosperity. That prosperity can return again instead of the debt-ridden feeding-bottle economy choking life out of all of us.


And we should stop deceiving ourselves about size. Gambia, a nation in West Africa is not as big as Ijebu-Igbo! Certainly not up to one tenth of Niger state! And Niger is 431% larger than Ghana with poverty as its only landmark!!

FULANI Militias Invading Yoruba Land are not Herdsmen, but members of a foreign terrorist militia armed with military grade weapons

FULANI Militias Invading Yoruba Land are not Herdsmen, but members of a foreign terrorist militia armed with military grade weapons

 Yorubas should beware of these militia men. These are not Herdsmen, these are members of a foreign terrorist militia that are armed with military grade weapons, have a formal military command and structure, have an objective and are organized like an armed fighting force.

Nigerian Government officials Calling them Herdsmen is a glaring and deliberate attempt to water down the real goals of these killers; which includes;

*Dan Fodio style Conquest of non Fulani areas

*Imposition of a foreign religion on the locals.

*Changing the demographics

*Annihilating dissenting elements.

*Killing, maiming and raping enough people to bring about subjugation of the land.


Where is their cattle?

You have seen videos of them in the forest displaying caches of sophisticated arms.

Did you see a single cow there?

You have seen them dressed in military fatigues with scores of bikes, boxes of ammunition, grenades, grenade launchers, and an odd assortment of assault rifles...

You have heard Yoruba elders raise the alarm that there are hundreds of cells of such groups in their forests.

You have heard middle belt leaders cry out that military choppers ferry arms and other supplies to these militias in their forests.

Has cattle been a feature of the discuss?

No!

So why call then Herdsmen?

They use real Herdsmen as Trojan horse to gain entrance into areas that they want to hit, provoke unrest and strike. Go to Jos and other parts of Plateau state, it's been a strategy. And when the natives flee, they change the name of the community, take possession and become attuned as locals.


I did a study of the Fulani and a few other northern societies as part of my Msc in Project Security Management many years ago. It was a course in History of ethno- religious clashes. The Northern Nigerian Example.


These are/were my findings...


*The Fulani have a warlike and aggressive essence coated with an intense religious flavour. They consider themselves puritanists, alongside the Arabs, as the inheritors of True Islam!


The Fulani have a fuedal society which is divided into four segments;


1. The Ruling class/ The Ulama*

The Ruling class are the Sultan, the Emirs, The Waziris, Sarduana and other highly placed nobles.

The Ulama are the clergy, preachers and other holy men. They provide political and religious direction the worldview of an invaded non Fulani society should go. They arrive to take control of any community or country Fulanis find themselves ..


2. The Town Fulani.

They are the second segment who are tasked with mingling with the local non Fulani population, become integrated but never lose their Fulani identity. 

Their task is to water down any hostilities to Fulani presence and sway the opinions of the ordinary folk to become pro Fulani.


3. The Bororoje or cattle Fulani.

As a nomadic people, these are the scouts who discover fresh land, compromise their contacts and stealthily settle down amongst the people. Their other task is to provoke unrest, cause confusion, pretend to be the aggrieved and give cause for a violent expression of righteous outrage...

They set the stage for the last group...


*The Fulani Militia:

The armed wing is present in every Fula community. From Senegal to Sudan, to Central African Republic, to Nigeria.


*Their task is to wage war, devastate the enemy and make him happy to pay any price for peace and safety...


Theirs is a highly political society that has garnered immense experience and fine-tuned their strategies over the centuries. And they have been largely successful!

Why do you think they speak with so much arrogance?


Study their history, discover what I have discovered and let's tell Ugo Egbujo nnaa to write with more circumspection.


Alhaji Integrity is the arrowhead of their game plan in Nigeria.


And he has no choice.


What is unfolding is an order by the pan Fulani body in west africa to settle the ethnic group permanently in Nigeria! Nigeria's Fulani President has no choice but to obey...

The process of making Nigeria theirs is the conflagration engulfing our country today.


I am addressing others who have no idea what is unfolding in the country and still see events as APC, PDP, Igbos hate Alhaji Integrity, IPOB, Kanu is destroying Igbo land and all that jargon...


It is for them to read and see the real reason why the country is caught up in crisis.

The Fulani thrive in war and dislocation!


Remember Afonja

Remember their face off with Rabeh of Kanem-Bornu in the 1890s

Remember their battles with the Yoruba at the plains of Oshogbo

Remember Sultan Attahiru's roguery in 1903 which led to his ouster by the British...

Perhaps because they haven't been properly smashed in their history save for recently when elements in Central African republic gave them a very bloody nose...


They have no idea why Nigeria has erupted in the volcano of insecurity since 2015. 


The Fulanis are also obstinate about retaining their pastoral lifestyle and blatantly refuse to embrace modernity and civilized methods of cattle rearing.


Medieval style invasion and conquest of fresh territories still holds sway in their minds.


And the only places they could live the life the so desire is in the fertile Benue valley, the huge tracts of land in the middle belt and the rich forests of the west. They also want Nigeria to settle millions of their stateless people made refugees by Tuaregs, the Mandingos, the Bambara and other foes they have in west african subregion...This is why you see strange Fulani faces of fellows who don't breath any word of English or Hausa anywhere they take over successfully...


As for the Igbo, our tiny overused land is not actually their target; they want our subjugation because the igbos represent the most potent opposition in their pathway of conquest. They feel they could use Islam to compromise the Yoruba. This is true to an extent, but the Igbo, is a very different worldview and creed. Again, first face-off that was the Biafran war, taught them that these people must be dealt with comprehensively this time. This is where you must locate Government's eagerness to use force and deafness to suggestions of dialogue...


They fear Igbo ingenuity, creativity, gallantry and valour in battle.


Once they Get rid of Igbos and the way is open to reach the sea at Port Harcourt!.


(c)  Chetam Obilo

 Yorubas should beware of these militia men. These are not Herdsmen, these are members of a foreign terrorist militia that are armed with military grade weapons, have a formal military command and structure, have an objective and are organized like an armed fighting force.

Nigerian Government officials Calling them Herdsmen is a glaring and deliberate attempt to water down the real goals of these killers; which includes;

*Dan Fodio style Conquest of non Fulani areas

*Imposition of a foreign religion on the locals.

*Changing the demographics

*Annihilating dissenting elements.

*Killing, maiming and raping enough people to bring about subjugation of the land.


Where is their cattle?

You have seen videos of them in the forest displaying caches of sophisticated arms.

Did you see a single cow there?

You have seen them dressed in military fatigues with scores of bikes, boxes of ammunition, grenades, grenade launchers, and an odd assortment of assault rifles...

You have heard Yoruba elders raise the alarm that there are hundreds of cells of such groups in their forests.

You have heard middle belt leaders cry out that military choppers ferry arms and other supplies to these militias in their forests.

Has cattle been a feature of the discuss?

No!

So why call then Herdsmen?

They use real Herdsmen as Trojan horse to gain entrance into areas that they want to hit, provoke unrest and strike. Go to Jos and other parts of Plateau state, it's been a strategy. And when the natives flee, they change the name of the community, take possession and become attuned as locals.


I did a study of the Fulani and a few other northern societies as part of my Msc in Project Security Management many years ago. It was a course in History of ethno- religious clashes. The Northern Nigerian Example.


These are/were my findings...


*The Fulani have a warlike and aggressive essence coated with an intense religious flavour. They consider themselves puritanists, alongside the Arabs, as the inheritors of True Islam!


The Fulani have a fuedal society which is divided into four segments;


1. The Ruling class/ The Ulama*

The Ruling class are the Sultan, the Emirs, The Waziris, Sarduana and other highly placed nobles.

The Ulama are the clergy, preachers and other holy men. They provide political and religious direction the worldview of an invaded non Fulani society should go. They arrive to take control of any community or country Fulanis find themselves ..


2. The Town Fulani.

They are the second segment who are tasked with mingling with the local non Fulani population, become integrated but never lose their Fulani identity. 

Their task is to water down any hostilities to Fulani presence and sway the opinions of the ordinary folk to become pro Fulani.


3. The Bororoje or cattle Fulani.

As a nomadic people, these are the scouts who discover fresh land, compromise their contacts and stealthily settle down amongst the people. Their other task is to provoke unrest, cause confusion, pretend to be the aggrieved and give cause for a violent expression of righteous outrage...

They set the stage for the last group...


*The Fulani Militia:

The armed wing is present in every Fula community. From Senegal to Sudan, to Central African Republic, to Nigeria.


*Their task is to wage war, devastate the enemy and make him happy to pay any price for peace and safety...


Theirs is a highly political society that has garnered immense experience and fine-tuned their strategies over the centuries. And they have been largely successful!

Why do you think they speak with so much arrogance?


Study their history, discover what I have discovered and let's tell Ugo Egbujo nnaa to write with more circumspection.


Alhaji Integrity is the arrowhead of their game plan in Nigeria.


And he has no choice.


What is unfolding is an order by the pan Fulani body in west africa to settle the ethnic group permanently in Nigeria! Nigeria's Fulani President has no choice but to obey...

The process of making Nigeria theirs is the conflagration engulfing our country today.


I am addressing others who have no idea what is unfolding in the country and still see events as APC, PDP, Igbos hate Alhaji Integrity, IPOB, Kanu is destroying Igbo land and all that jargon...


It is for them to read and see the real reason why the country is caught up in crisis.

The Fulani thrive in war and dislocation!


Remember Afonja

Remember their face off with Rabeh of Kanem-Bornu in the 1890s

Remember their battles with the Yoruba at the plains of Oshogbo

Remember Sultan Attahiru's roguery in 1903 which led to his ouster by the British...

Perhaps because they haven't been properly smashed in their history save for recently when elements in Central African republic gave them a very bloody nose...


They have no idea why Nigeria has erupted in the volcano of insecurity since 2015. 


The Fulanis are also obstinate about retaining their pastoral lifestyle and blatantly refuse to embrace modernity and civilized methods of cattle rearing.


Medieval style invasion and conquest of fresh territories still holds sway in their minds.


And the only places they could live the life the so desire is in the fertile Benue valley, the huge tracts of land in the middle belt and the rich forests of the west. They also want Nigeria to settle millions of their stateless people made refugees by Tuaregs, the Mandingos, the Bambara and other foes they have in west african subregion...This is why you see strange Fulani faces of fellows who don't breath any word of English or Hausa anywhere they take over successfully...


As for the Igbo, our tiny overused land is not actually their target; they want our subjugation because the igbos represent the most potent opposition in their pathway of conquest. They feel they could use Islam to compromise the Yoruba. This is true to an extent, but the Igbo, is a very different worldview and creed. Again, first face-off that was the Biafran war, taught them that these people must be dealt with comprehensively this time. This is where you must locate Government's eagerness to use force and deafness to suggestions of dialogue...


They fear Igbo ingenuity, creativity, gallantry and valour in battle.


Once they Get rid of Igbos and the way is open to reach the sea at Port Harcourt!.


(c)  Chetam Obilo

THE SEVEN-FOLD YOKE AND THE CABAL THAT OWN NIGERIA‼️

THE SEVEN-FOLD YOKE AND THE CABAL THAT OWN NIGERIA‼️

 Fani-Kayode's Expose on the essence of grand restructuring or the necessity of going separate ways


It's worth your time, read and circulate. 


 #THE SEVEN-FOLD YOKE AND THE CABAL THAT OWN NIGERIA‼️



Permit me to share a scholarly, revealing and I daresay disturbing intervention which was sent to me by a friend. The author wishes to remain anonymous.


He wrote as follows:


"The disruptive power of the Hausa-Fulani cabal is a structural reality and will only get worse, no matter where the President of Nigeria comes from. It is a seven-fold yoke which we must break for the sake of our children. 


*1. THE POLITICAL YOKE:*


Globally, out of the 16 Federal Republics in the world, Nigeria is the only federation where land mass is used as a primary criteria for creating federating units.



NO Southern leader (civilian or military) has ever had the guts to create any federating unit; all the federating units have been created by Northern military adventurers. 20 federating units were created from only one region (North), while 17 federating units were created from 3 regions (East, West and Midwest).


Competent leaders are easily filtered off by the rigged political structure. At every election, the evil and corrupt Northern cabal needs only a few Southern collaborators to impose any presidential candidate upon the two foremost political parties, only for the electorate to formalize one of the candidates with votes.


That's why Nigeria has been having such mediocre leaders as President, in a country awash with extremely capable presidential materials.


This also explains why since 1960 no Southerner has ever led Nigeria except by accident. 


The FIRST coming of ALL 3 Southern leaders - Aguiyi-Ironsi in 1966, Obasanjo in 1976 and Goodluck Jonathan in 2010 - followed the death of Northern incumbents! 


The fourth and only other Southern leader was Ernest Shonekan and his coming followed the forced "stepping aside" of a northern Head of State in 1993. He lasted for 3 months after which he was toppled and replaced by another northern military Head of State. 


For 2019 the presidential contest is being set for Atiku vs Buhari- two Fulani representatives of the Cabal. 


*2. THE ECONOMIC YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only oil-producing country where oil wells are allocated to individuals. The Hausa-Fulani cabal allocated over 80% of the oil blocks either to the Northerners or to their Southern fronts/allies. The names of these oil block allotees are in the public domain. 


*3. THE RELIGIOUS YOKE:*


No other faith is mentioned in the Nigerian Constitution, except Islam. For instance, in the 1999 Constitution, Christ, Christians and Christianity are not mentioned even once; whereas Islamic signposts are strewn all over the Constitution -

Sharia is mentioned 73 times, Grand Khadi 54 times, Islam 28 times , Muslims 10 times, etc..


That Constitution was written SOLELY by one Muslim Fulani Jihadist named Prof. Auwalu Yadudu (Special Adviser to Abacha on Constitutional Matters). 


While the 1979 Constitution emphasized Nigeria’s secularity, the 1999 Constitution of Yadudu is a de facto Islamic Constitution, and the Cabal ensured that Yadudu was there to fight that position at 2014 National Political Conference.


Subsequently, during Obasanjo's govt, the same Northern cabal formally adopted Islam as the State Religion in the core Northern States. Obasanjo refused to even discuss the issue, except to state that it would 'fizzle out'. He knew fully well that it would not 'fizzle out' but was afraid of confronting the cabal.


*4. THE CULTURAL YOKE:*


The Sultanate forms a major pillar of the Hausa-Fulani cabal. As permanent President-General of the Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) the Sultan is the permanent leader of all Muslims in Nigeria (whether they are Northerners or Southerners). As the Permanent Chairman of National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria (NCTRN) the Sultan is the permanent leader of all traditional rulers in all 36 States of Nigeria & Abuja. By the way, the current Sultan was the Brigadier-General Commanding 241 Recce Battalion Kaduna.


Many public policies are determined only with the tacit approval of the Sultanate of Sokoto and the Emirates. 


For instance, when the Gender Bill was introduced in the National Assembly, the Sultan 'killed' the Bill simply by criticizing it publicly.


Even Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (the world's most revered monarch) would never criticize Parliament publicly, because that would be an abuse of royal privilege.


*5. THE ADMINISTRATIVE YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only African country that built a new capital from scratch (using resources from the oppressed, deprived and degraded Niger Delta/South East ).


The Cabal claimed that the location of Lagos by the ocean was a security risk, but this was just an excuse to Northernize national public service. A careful look at the map of Africa shows that only 2 nations have central capitals. The most common location for African capitals is at the coast.


London (United Kingdom) is situated at the edge of England on the River Thames. Washington DC (USA) is located along the Potomac River on the East Coast of USA. Paris (France) is located at the edge of France in the north-bending arc of the river Seine.


When Lagos was capital the Governors of Lagos State were from East, West and North. Since the Capital moved to Abuja, NO Nigerian leader has ever had the guts to appoint a Southerner as substantive FCT Minister. The FCT Minister must be a Northerner, preferably a Muslim (the current FCT Minister was appointed while he was Executive Secretary of the Hajj Commission).


*6. THE DIPLOMATIC YOKE:*


Any Christian leader who questions Nigeria's membership of the two main international Sharia-driven bodies (OIC & D-8) faces the wrath of the Hausa-Fulani Cabal. So far, only Cdr Ebitu Ukiwe has ever had the guts to seriously question Nigeria's involvement in these Islamic bodies and as a result Ukiwe was summarily dismissed from office.


*7. THE MILITARY/SECURITY YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only Federation in the world where all MAJOR security agencies are headed by only one section of the Federation and only members of one faith. 


Army – Northern Muslim.  National Security Advisor – Northern Muslim.  Minister of Defence – Northern Muslim. Minister of InternalAffairs- Northern Muslim.  Airforce –@  Northern Muslim. Police – Northern Muslim.  Economic Financial Crimes Commission- Northern Muslim. National Civil Defence Corps – Northern Muslim. Department of State Security – Northern Muslim.  Immigration– Northern Muslim.  Prisons Service– Northern Muslim. Federal Road Safety Corps – Northern Muslim. Nigerian Customs Service – Northern Muslim. Chief of Defence Intelligence – Northern Muslim. Director of Military Intelligence - Northern Muslim. Fire Service – Northern Muslim. National Emergency Management Agency – Northern Muslim. Nigerian Ports Authority- Northern Muslim.


No southerner has been made substantive Comptroller General of Customs in 30 years.


Even with all his braggadocio, Olusegun Obasanjo dared not break the jinx in all this years as Nigeria's President. 


Again no southerner has ever been appointed as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission since the day it was established in 2003. 


Finally the only southerner that was EVER appointed National Security Advisor was killed after he was unceremoniously removed from office by Goodluck Jonathan after the cabal blackmailed and arm-twisted him and told him that if he wanted peace he must appoint a northerner back to that post.


The above multi-faceted enslavement to the Hausa-Fulani Cabal is not an accident. Read the book by Harold Wilson which clearly states how and why the British laid the foundation for the Hausa-Fulani hegemony in Nigeria.


The principle guiding the Cabal was clearly set forth by the cabal's patron saint, Sir Ahmadu Bello who said to the media:


"The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grandfather Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We use the minorities in the north as willing tools and the south as a conquered territory and NEVER ALLOW THEM TO RULE OVER US and NEVER ALLOW THEM TO HAVE CONTROL OVER THEIR OWN FUTURE." – (The Parrot Newspaper, October 12, 1960).


Freedom from the Cabal is NOT about "North versus South". In fact, the greatest victims of the Northern cabal are the Northern masses themselves. The struggle entails "Northern Cabal versus All of Lovers of Freedom".


Nigeria is structurally unworkable and MUST EITHER BE RESTRUCTURED OR BROKEN. The Hausa-Fulani cabal will resist this with their blood, but there is no other way out of the enslavement for us and our children. We cannot continue 'suffering and smiling' in this un-restructured zoo called Nigeria. 


The words of Harriet Tubman are relevant here. She said, 


'I freed a thousand slaves: I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves' ". 


The author of this brilliant intervention has given us plenty of food for thought.


He argued the matter in a detailed, succinct and concise manner and he stated the case very well. Though there were one or two omissions, his research is outstanding and his analysis is factual, insightful and incisive. The truth is that he has said it all. 


Sadly many in Nigeria do not know that they are slaves to the cabal because they cannot feel the yoke or see their chains. 


Yet slaves they are and it is time that we opened their eyes, broke their yokes, cut their chains and free each and every one of them. 


*That is precisely why yours truly, and millions of others, insist on restructuring our country or, failing that, dividing her and going our separate ways*. 


THIS IS A CHALLENGE TO ALL EDUCATED NIGERIANS INCLUDING GOVERNORS AND OTHER ELECTED OFFICE HOLDERS, CIVIL SERVANTS, TEACHERS, FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY TO FIND THEIR VOICES AND START TO SPEAK OUT. THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN IS INVOLVED.

May God help us.


...............................


The four major earners of Nigerian money

1) NNPC - Fulani

2) FIRS - Fulani

3) NCS - Fulani

4) NPA - Fulani 


The major spenders of Nigerian money

1) Defence - Fulani

2) Finance - Fulani 

3) Education - Fulani 

4) Justice - Fulani 

5) FCT - Fulani

6) Agriculture - Fulani 

7) Police Affairs - Fulani 

8. Aviation - Fulani 

9) Communication - Fulani

10) Power - Fulani 

11) Water resources - Fulani 

12) pHumanitarian affairs - Fulani

13) FERMA - Fulani

14) NYSC - Fulani

15) PTDF - Fulani

16) NTA - Fulani

17) FAAN - Fulani 

18) etc. etc...


Anti- corruption Agencies...

1) EFCC - Fulani 

2) ICPC - Fulani

3) NFIU - Fulani 


Very interesting. This shows a people who understand power and are very ruthless in grabbing and wielding it to its extremes - something southerners don’t understand.

I suspect the role they played centuries ago in the Arab slave trade may have shaped this power-hungry attitude in them.


The Fulanis are the latest tribe to move into the geographical expression called Nigeria.

The Fulanis are not a major tribe in Nigeria.

They are not known to be that well western-educated

Yet, they have dominated the Hausas who are a major tribe.

They dominate parts of Yoruba land - Ilorin, which they took from Afonja.

And they currently dominate Nigeria and all its resources.

They feel free to stroll into any community and massacre its members with impunity - men, women and children.

They currently hold a nation of 200m to ransom through banditry and kidnapping.


And most of the people seem to fear them.


There is a lot that many of us do not understand about Nigeria.


 *Forwarded as received*

✍🏾©️

 Fani-Kayode's Expose on the essence of grand restructuring or the necessity of going separate ways


It's worth your time, read and circulate. 


 #THE SEVEN-FOLD YOKE AND THE CABAL THAT OWN NIGERIA‼️



Permit me to share a scholarly, revealing and I daresay disturbing intervention which was sent to me by a friend. The author wishes to remain anonymous.


He wrote as follows:


"The disruptive power of the Hausa-Fulani cabal is a structural reality and will only get worse, no matter where the President of Nigeria comes from. It is a seven-fold yoke which we must break for the sake of our children. 


*1. THE POLITICAL YOKE:*


Globally, out of the 16 Federal Republics in the world, Nigeria is the only federation where land mass is used as a primary criteria for creating federating units.



NO Southern leader (civilian or military) has ever had the guts to create any federating unit; all the federating units have been created by Northern military adventurers. 20 federating units were created from only one region (North), while 17 federating units were created from 3 regions (East, West and Midwest).


Competent leaders are easily filtered off by the rigged political structure. At every election, the evil and corrupt Northern cabal needs only a few Southern collaborators to impose any presidential candidate upon the two foremost political parties, only for the electorate to formalize one of the candidates with votes.


That's why Nigeria has been having such mediocre leaders as President, in a country awash with extremely capable presidential materials.


This also explains why since 1960 no Southerner has ever led Nigeria except by accident. 


The FIRST coming of ALL 3 Southern leaders - Aguiyi-Ironsi in 1966, Obasanjo in 1976 and Goodluck Jonathan in 2010 - followed the death of Northern incumbents! 


The fourth and only other Southern leader was Ernest Shonekan and his coming followed the forced "stepping aside" of a northern Head of State in 1993. He lasted for 3 months after which he was toppled and replaced by another northern military Head of State. 


For 2019 the presidential contest is being set for Atiku vs Buhari- two Fulani representatives of the Cabal. 


*2. THE ECONOMIC YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only oil-producing country where oil wells are allocated to individuals. The Hausa-Fulani cabal allocated over 80% of the oil blocks either to the Northerners or to their Southern fronts/allies. The names of these oil block allotees are in the public domain. 


*3. THE RELIGIOUS YOKE:*


No other faith is mentioned in the Nigerian Constitution, except Islam. For instance, in the 1999 Constitution, Christ, Christians and Christianity are not mentioned even once; whereas Islamic signposts are strewn all over the Constitution -

Sharia is mentioned 73 times, Grand Khadi 54 times, Islam 28 times , Muslims 10 times, etc..


That Constitution was written SOLELY by one Muslim Fulani Jihadist named Prof. Auwalu Yadudu (Special Adviser to Abacha on Constitutional Matters). 


While the 1979 Constitution emphasized Nigeria’s secularity, the 1999 Constitution of Yadudu is a de facto Islamic Constitution, and the Cabal ensured that Yadudu was there to fight that position at 2014 National Political Conference.


Subsequently, during Obasanjo's govt, the same Northern cabal formally adopted Islam as the State Religion in the core Northern States. Obasanjo refused to even discuss the issue, except to state that it would 'fizzle out'. He knew fully well that it would not 'fizzle out' but was afraid of confronting the cabal.


*4. THE CULTURAL YOKE:*


The Sultanate forms a major pillar of the Hausa-Fulani cabal. As permanent President-General of the Nigerian Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs (NSCIA) the Sultan is the permanent leader of all Muslims in Nigeria (whether they are Northerners or Southerners). As the Permanent Chairman of National Council of Traditional Rulers of Nigeria (NCTRN) the Sultan is the permanent leader of all traditional rulers in all 36 States of Nigeria & Abuja. By the way, the current Sultan was the Brigadier-General Commanding 241 Recce Battalion Kaduna.


Many public policies are determined only with the tacit approval of the Sultanate of Sokoto and the Emirates. 


For instance, when the Gender Bill was introduced in the National Assembly, the Sultan 'killed' the Bill simply by criticizing it publicly.


Even Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (the world's most revered monarch) would never criticize Parliament publicly, because that would be an abuse of royal privilege.


*5. THE ADMINISTRATIVE YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only African country that built a new capital from scratch (using resources from the oppressed, deprived and degraded Niger Delta/South East ).


The Cabal claimed that the location of Lagos by the ocean was a security risk, but this was just an excuse to Northernize national public service. A careful look at the map of Africa shows that only 2 nations have central capitals. The most common location for African capitals is at the coast.


London (United Kingdom) is situated at the edge of England on the River Thames. Washington DC (USA) is located along the Potomac River on the East Coast of USA. Paris (France) is located at the edge of France in the north-bending arc of the river Seine.


When Lagos was capital the Governors of Lagos State were from East, West and North. Since the Capital moved to Abuja, NO Nigerian leader has ever had the guts to appoint a Southerner as substantive FCT Minister. The FCT Minister must be a Northerner, preferably a Muslim (the current FCT Minister was appointed while he was Executive Secretary of the Hajj Commission).


*6. THE DIPLOMATIC YOKE:*


Any Christian leader who questions Nigeria's membership of the two main international Sharia-driven bodies (OIC & D-8) faces the wrath of the Hausa-Fulani Cabal. So far, only Cdr Ebitu Ukiwe has ever had the guts to seriously question Nigeria's involvement in these Islamic bodies and as a result Ukiwe was summarily dismissed from office.


*7. THE MILITARY/SECURITY YOKE:*


Nigeria is the only Federation in the world where all MAJOR security agencies are headed by only one section of the Federation and only members of one faith. 


Army – Northern Muslim.  National Security Advisor – Northern Muslim.  Minister of Defence – Northern Muslim. Minister of InternalAffairs- Northern Muslim.  Airforce –@  Northern Muslim. Police – Northern Muslim.  Economic Financial Crimes Commission- Northern Muslim. National Civil Defence Corps – Northern Muslim. Department of State Security – Northern Muslim.  Immigration– Northern Muslim.  Prisons Service– Northern Muslim. Federal Road Safety Corps – Northern Muslim. Nigerian Customs Service – Northern Muslim. Chief of Defence Intelligence – Northern Muslim. Director of Military Intelligence - Northern Muslim. Fire Service – Northern Muslim. National Emergency Management Agency – Northern Muslim. Nigerian Ports Authority- Northern Muslim.


No southerner has been made substantive Comptroller General of Customs in 30 years.


Even with all his braggadocio, Olusegun Obasanjo dared not break the jinx in all this years as Nigeria's President. 


Again no southerner has ever been appointed as the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission since the day it was established in 2003. 


Finally the only southerner that was EVER appointed National Security Advisor was killed after he was unceremoniously removed from office by Goodluck Jonathan after the cabal blackmailed and arm-twisted him and told him that if he wanted peace he must appoint a northerner back to that post.


The above multi-faceted enslavement to the Hausa-Fulani Cabal is not an accident. Read the book by Harold Wilson which clearly states how and why the British laid the foundation for the Hausa-Fulani hegemony in Nigeria.


The principle guiding the Cabal was clearly set forth by the cabal's patron saint, Sir Ahmadu Bello who said to the media:


"The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grandfather Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We use the minorities in the north as willing tools and the south as a conquered territory and NEVER ALLOW THEM TO RULE OVER US and NEVER ALLOW THEM TO HAVE CONTROL OVER THEIR OWN FUTURE." – (The Parrot Newspaper, October 12, 1960).


Freedom from the Cabal is NOT about "North versus South". In fact, the greatest victims of the Northern cabal are the Northern masses themselves. The struggle entails "Northern Cabal versus All of Lovers of Freedom".


Nigeria is structurally unworkable and MUST EITHER BE RESTRUCTURED OR BROKEN. The Hausa-Fulani cabal will resist this with their blood, but there is no other way out of the enslavement for us and our children. We cannot continue 'suffering and smiling' in this un-restructured zoo called Nigeria. 


The words of Harriet Tubman are relevant here. She said, 


'I freed a thousand slaves: I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves' ". 


The author of this brilliant intervention has given us plenty of food for thought.


He argued the matter in a detailed, succinct and concise manner and he stated the case very well. Though there were one or two omissions, his research is outstanding and his analysis is factual, insightful and incisive. The truth is that he has said it all. 


Sadly many in Nigeria do not know that they are slaves to the cabal because they cannot feel the yoke or see their chains. 


Yet slaves they are and it is time that we opened their eyes, broke their yokes, cut their chains and free each and every one of them. 


*That is precisely why yours truly, and millions of others, insist on restructuring our country or, failing that, dividing her and going our separate ways*. 


THIS IS A CHALLENGE TO ALL EDUCATED NIGERIANS INCLUDING GOVERNORS AND OTHER ELECTED OFFICE HOLDERS, CIVIL SERVANTS, TEACHERS, FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTRY TO FIND THEIR VOICES AND START TO SPEAK OUT. THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN IS INVOLVED.

May God help us.


...............................


The four major earners of Nigerian money

1) NNPC - Fulani

2) FIRS - Fulani

3) NCS - Fulani

4) NPA - Fulani 


The major spenders of Nigerian money

1) Defence - Fulani

2) Finance - Fulani 

3) Education - Fulani 

4) Justice - Fulani 

5) FCT - Fulani

6) Agriculture - Fulani 

7) Police Affairs - Fulani 

8. Aviation - Fulani 

9) Communication - Fulani

10) Power - Fulani 

11) Water resources - Fulani 

12) pHumanitarian affairs - Fulani

13) FERMA - Fulani

14) NYSC - Fulani

15) PTDF - Fulani

16) NTA - Fulani

17) FAAN - Fulani 

18) etc. etc...


Anti- corruption Agencies...

1) EFCC - Fulani 

2) ICPC - Fulani

3) NFIU - Fulani 


Very interesting. This shows a people who understand power and are very ruthless in grabbing and wielding it to its extremes - something southerners don’t understand.

I suspect the role they played centuries ago in the Arab slave trade may have shaped this power-hungry attitude in them.


The Fulanis are the latest tribe to move into the geographical expression called Nigeria.

The Fulanis are not a major tribe in Nigeria.

They are not known to be that well western-educated

Yet, they have dominated the Hausas who are a major tribe.

They dominate parts of Yoruba land - Ilorin, which they took from Afonja.

And they currently dominate Nigeria and all its resources.

They feel free to stroll into any community and massacre its members with impunity - men, women and children.

They currently hold a nation of 200m to ransom through banditry and kidnapping.


And most of the people seem to fear them.


There is a lot that many of us do not understand about Nigeria.


 *Forwarded as received*

✍🏾©️

FULANI Invaders: Conspiracy Theory or Fact - You be the Judge

FULANI Invaders: Conspiracy Theory or Fact - You be the Judge

Writeup by Chetam Obilo


“These are not Herdsmen, these are members of a foreign terrorist militia that are armed with military grade weapons, have a formal military command and structure, have an objective and are organized like an armed fighting force.

Nigerian Government officials Calling them Herdsmen is a glaring and deliberate attempt to water down the real goals of these killers; which includes;

*Dan Fodio style Conquest of non Fulani areas

*Imposition of a foreign religion on the locals.

*Changing the demographics

*Annihilating dissenting elements.

*Killing, maiming and raping enough people to bring about subjugation of the land.


Where is their cattle?

You have seen videos of them in the forest displaying caches of sophisticated arms.

Did you see a single cow there?

You have seen them dressed in military fatigues with scores of bikes, boxes of ammunition, grenades, grenade launchers, and an odd assortment of assault rifles...

You have heard Yoruba elders raise the alarm that there are hundreds of cells of such groups in their forests.

You have heard middle belt leaders cry out that military choppers ferry arms and other supplies to these militias in their forests.

Has cattle been a feature of the discuss?

No!

So why call then Herdsmen?

They use real Herdsmen as Trojan horse to gain entrance into areas that they want to hit, provoke unrest and strike. Go to Jos and other parts of Plateau state, it's been a strategy. And when the natives flee, they change the name of the community, take possession and become attuned as locals.


I did a study of the Fulani and a few other northern societies as part of my Msc in Project Security Management many years ago. It was a course in History of ethno- religious clashes. The Northern Nigerian Example.


These are/were my findings...


*The Fulani have a warlike and aggressive essence coated with an intense religious flavour. They consider themselves puritanists, alongside the Arabs, as the inheritors of True Islam!


The Fulani have a fuedal society which is divided into four segments;


1. The Ruling class/ The Ulama*

The Ruling class are the Sultan, the Emirs, The Waziris, Sarduana and other highly placed nobles.

The Ulama are the clergy, preachers and other holy men. They provide political and religious direction the worldview of an invaded non Fulani society should go. They arrive to take control of any community or country Fulanis find themselves ..


2. The Town Fulani.

They are the second segment who are tasked with mingling with the local non Fulani population, become integrated but never lose their Fulani identity. 

Their task is to water down any hostilities to Fulani presence and sway the opinions of the ordinary folk to become pro Fulani.


3. The Bororoje or cattle Fulani.

As a nomadic people, these are the scouts who discover fresh land, compromise their contacts and stealthily settle down amongst the people. Their other task is to provoke unrest, cause confusion, pretend to be the aggrieved and give cause for a violent expression of righteous outrage...

They set the stage for the last group...


*The Fulani Militia:

The armed wing is present in every Fula community. From Senegal to Sudan, to Central African Republic, to Nigeria.


*Their task is to wage war, devastate the enemy and make him happy to pay any price for peace and safety...


Theirs is a highly political society that has garnered immense experience and fine-tuned their strategies over the centuries. And they have been largely successful!

Why do you think they speak with so much arrogance?


Study their history, discover what I have discovered and let's tell Ugo Egbujo nnaa to write with more circumspection.


Alhaji Integrity is the arrowhead of their game plan in Nigeria.


And he has no choice.


What is unfolding is an order by the pan Fulani body in west africa to settle the ethnic group permanently in Nigeria! Nigeria's Fulani President has no choice but to obey...

The process of making Nigeria theirs is the conflagration engulfing our country today.


I am addressing others who have no idea what is unfolding in the country and still see events as APC, PDP, Igbos hate Alhaji Integrity, IPOB, Kanu is destroying Igbo land and all that jargon...


It is for them to read and see the real reason why the country is caught up in crisis.

The Fulani thrive in war and dislocation!


Remember Afonja

Remember their face off with Rabeh of Kanem-Bornu in the 1890s

Remember their battles with the Yoruba at the plains of Oshogbo

Remember Sultan Attahiru's roguery in 1903 which led to his ouster by the British...

Perhaps because they haven't been properly smashed in their history save for recently when elements in Central African republic gave them a very bloody nose...


They have no idea why Nigeria has erupted in the volcano of insecurity since 2015. 


The Fulanis are also obstinate about retaining their pastoral lifestyle and blatantly refuse to embrace modernity and civilized methods of cattle rearing.


Medieval style invasion and conquest of fresh territories still holds sway in their minds.


And the only places they could live the life the so desire is in the fertile Benue valley, the huge tracts of land in the middle belt and the rich forests of the west. They also want Nigeria to settle millions of their stateless people made refugees by Tuaregs, the Mandingos, the Bambara and other foes they have in west african subregion...This is why you see strange Fulani faces of fellows who don't breath any word of English or Hausa anywhere they take over successfully...


As for the Igbo, our tiny overused land is not actually their target; they want our subjugation because the igbos represent the most potent opposition in their pathway of conquest. They feel they could use Islam to compromise the Yoruba. This is true to an extent, but the Igbo, is a very different worldview and creed. Again, first face-off that was the Biafran war, taught them that these people must be dealt with comprehensively this time. This is where you must locate Government's eagerness to use force and deafness to suggestions of dialogue...


They fear Igbo ingenuity, creativity, gallantry and valour in battle.


Once they Get rid of Igbos and the way is open to reach the sea at Port Harcourt”.

Writeup by Chetam Obilo


“These are not Herdsmen, these are members of a foreign terrorist militia that are armed with military grade weapons, have a formal military command and structure, have an objective and are organized like an armed fighting force.

Nigerian Government officials Calling them Herdsmen is a glaring and deliberate attempt to water down the real goals of these killers; which includes;

*Dan Fodio style Conquest of non Fulani areas

*Imposition of a foreign religion on the locals.

*Changing the demographics

*Annihilating dissenting elements.

*Killing, maiming and raping enough people to bring about subjugation of the land.


Where is their cattle?

You have seen videos of them in the forest displaying caches of sophisticated arms.

Did you see a single cow there?

You have seen them dressed in military fatigues with scores of bikes, boxes of ammunition, grenades, grenade launchers, and an odd assortment of assault rifles...

You have heard Yoruba elders raise the alarm that there are hundreds of cells of such groups in their forests.

You have heard middle belt leaders cry out that military choppers ferry arms and other supplies to these militias in their forests.

Has cattle been a feature of the discuss?

No!

So why call then Herdsmen?

They use real Herdsmen as Trojan horse to gain entrance into areas that they want to hit, provoke unrest and strike. Go to Jos and other parts of Plateau state, it's been a strategy. And when the natives flee, they change the name of the community, take possession and become attuned as locals.


I did a study of the Fulani and a few other northern societies as part of my Msc in Project Security Management many years ago. It was a course in History of ethno- religious clashes. The Northern Nigerian Example.


These are/were my findings...


*The Fulani have a warlike and aggressive essence coated with an intense religious flavour. They consider themselves puritanists, alongside the Arabs, as the inheritors of True Islam!


The Fulani have a fuedal society which is divided into four segments;


1. The Ruling class/ The Ulama*

The Ruling class are the Sultan, the Emirs, The Waziris, Sarduana and other highly placed nobles.

The Ulama are the clergy, preachers and other holy men. They provide political and religious direction the worldview of an invaded non Fulani society should go. They arrive to take control of any community or country Fulanis find themselves ..


2. The Town Fulani.

They are the second segment who are tasked with mingling with the local non Fulani population, become integrated but never lose their Fulani identity. 

Their task is to water down any hostilities to Fulani presence and sway the opinions of the ordinary folk to become pro Fulani.


3. The Bororoje or cattle Fulani.

As a nomadic people, these are the scouts who discover fresh land, compromise their contacts and stealthily settle down amongst the people. Their other task is to provoke unrest, cause confusion, pretend to be the aggrieved and give cause for a violent expression of righteous outrage...

They set the stage for the last group...


*The Fulani Militia:

The armed wing is present in every Fula community. From Senegal to Sudan, to Central African Republic, to Nigeria.


*Their task is to wage war, devastate the enemy and make him happy to pay any price for peace and safety...


Theirs is a highly political society that has garnered immense experience and fine-tuned their strategies over the centuries. And they have been largely successful!

Why do you think they speak with so much arrogance?


Study their history, discover what I have discovered and let's tell Ugo Egbujo nnaa to write with more circumspection.


Alhaji Integrity is the arrowhead of their game plan in Nigeria.


And he has no choice.


What is unfolding is an order by the pan Fulani body in west africa to settle the ethnic group permanently in Nigeria! Nigeria's Fulani President has no choice but to obey...

The process of making Nigeria theirs is the conflagration engulfing our country today.


I am addressing others who have no idea what is unfolding in the country and still see events as APC, PDP, Igbos hate Alhaji Integrity, IPOB, Kanu is destroying Igbo land and all that jargon...


It is for them to read and see the real reason why the country is caught up in crisis.

The Fulani thrive in war and dislocation!


Remember Afonja

Remember their face off with Rabeh of Kanem-Bornu in the 1890s

Remember their battles with the Yoruba at the plains of Oshogbo

Remember Sultan Attahiru's roguery in 1903 which led to his ouster by the British...

Perhaps because they haven't been properly smashed in their history save for recently when elements in Central African republic gave them a very bloody nose...


They have no idea why Nigeria has erupted in the volcano of insecurity since 2015. 


The Fulanis are also obstinate about retaining their pastoral lifestyle and blatantly refuse to embrace modernity and civilized methods of cattle rearing.


Medieval style invasion and conquest of fresh territories still holds sway in their minds.


And the only places they could live the life the so desire is in the fertile Benue valley, the huge tracts of land in the middle belt and the rich forests of the west. They also want Nigeria to settle millions of their stateless people made refugees by Tuaregs, the Mandingos, the Bambara and other foes they have in west african subregion...This is why you see strange Fulani faces of fellows who don't breath any word of English or Hausa anywhere they take over successfully...


As for the Igbo, our tiny overused land is not actually their target; they want our subjugation because the igbos represent the most potent opposition in their pathway of conquest. They feel they could use Islam to compromise the Yoruba. This is true to an extent, but the Igbo, is a very different worldview and creed. Again, first face-off that was the Biafran war, taught them that these people must be dealt with comprehensively this time. This is where you must locate Government's eagerness to use force and deafness to suggestions of dialogue...


They fear Igbo ingenuity, creativity, gallantry and valour in battle.


Once they Get rid of Igbos and the way is open to reach the sea at Port Harcourt”.

SUNDAY IGBOHO AND THE SPIRIT OF OGBORI ELEMOSO

SUNDAY IGBOHO AND THE SPIRIT OF OGBORI ELEMOSO

Festus Adedayo



Two of Yorubaland’s most prized states’ helmsmen – Governors Oluwarotimi Akeredolu and Seyi Makinde – have made very strong but seemingly diametrically opposed positions on the security of their people, making it the most talked about issue in the nation today. In recent time, their Ondo and Oyo States have become hotbeds of the scalding hot security crises in Northeastern and Northwestern Nigeria. Flakes of the unending years of savage Boko Haram war in the Northeast are whooshing gently but destructively and settling on Western Nigeria. Fleeing displaced Northerners who escape to the bosom of Oduduwa are stretching Southwest space beyond tolerable level. Infrastructure is becoming unbearably elasticized. Firepower of artilleries is stampeding insurgents from the theater of war and with mounting fire of Northwest banditry, forests of Yorubaland are now comparatively safe havens for fleeing warlords. At the same time, proceeds of kidnapping in Yorubaland are said to be surviving funds renegades of Northeast insurgents and ragtag armies of the bandits of Northwest remit home for the sustenance of their evil war. Unable to withstand the economic weather at home, their neglect by government and the Islamic tzedakah system that constituted their survival for centuries, northern beggars and vagrants are also migrating westwards in thousands.


The above alien challenges have successfully defaced the aesthetics and perforated the peace of Yorubaland. The army of beggars in Southwest today will sober even Senegalese-born author and first published Black African Francophone novelist, Aminata Sow Fall of the Beggars’ Strike fame. In Ibadan, for instance, beggars paste themselves like foamy lather round the Mokola overhead bridge, in almost a hundred, while their kindred are scattered round the city in embarrassing proportions. They even have the temerity to sun-dry their tattered clothes on the Ibadan bridge’s metal railings which they have converted into their balustrade. The second evil is the small weevils in the form of ubiquitous young northern bicycle riders, known as Okada, which infest the land like irritant locusts. They are deadly riders who have no respect for traffic rules or law and order. They are responsible for a horde of fatalities on the highway.


One man who should know, Chairman of the Oyo State Security Network Agency, codenamed Amotekun, Col Kunle Togun, (rtd) last week introduced a new dimension to the infestation. Many of the Okada riders, he said, are foreigners and spies for kidnappers and bandits who enter Yorubaland through Nigeria’s porous borders. According to him, ferried into Oyo and other Yoruba States during the COVID-19 lockdown via articulated lorries, most of these Okada riders cannot speak any of the Nigerian languages or English but French and have no known residency permit. Coming on the heels of this invasion is another internal invasion, said Togun. It comes in the form of Yoruba traditional rulers allocating lands to Fulani herdsmen and who, “take money, cows and cars from these people and allow them to settle and wreak havoc in their domains.

In January, 2018, I had written about the deadliness of Fulani herders. Fulani herdsmen have been declared one of the deadliest terrorist groups in the world by the Global Terrorism Index (GTI). In a survey, GTI said the herdsmen, mainly of the Fula ethnic group, killed 80 people in total in 2013 but by 2014, had murdered at least 1,229 people. The group, according to the report, operates between Nigeria and parts of the Central African Republic (CAR) and had killed 847 people in 2015 across five states in Nigeria through several coordinated attacks during which they inflict varying degrees of attacks on local civilian populations. According to GTI, the attacks were unleashed on private citizens and the Fulani terrorists’ primary and audacious contest is for the farmlands of their victims. These are the people the Nigerian government covers in baby shawl.

President Muhammadu Buhari and a few of his uncritical minded aides have annoyingly sought to legitimize Fulani invasion of Yorubaland and their audacious evils. In September 2018, on the sidelines of the China-Africa Cooperation Summit in Beijing, while addressing Nigerians, Buhari personally lapsed into a variant of his usual incoherent epistle, this time adumbrating why herdsmen terrorism persists in Nigeria. “To my disappointment…the press in Nigeria do not make enough efforts to study the historical antecedents of issues that are creating national problems for us,” the president had waffled, citing what he called “cultural and historical implications” as responsible for the mindless murders and impunity of his brother-Fulani herdsmen.

The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the president’s deployment of callous euphemisms in the service of his waffle. He labeled the Fulani carnage “misunderstanding, especially between herders and farmers” finally heaping the blame of the persistent murders on climate change and the drying up of Lake Chad. This, he claimed, necessitated the frenetic search for pastures by displaced cattle nomads. About the same time, his Minister of Defence, Mansur Dan Ali, another Fulani descent, toed same vacuous route of the drying-up of Lake Chad, as well as scarcity of pasture as cause of the Fulani mayhem. At another forum, we were told that renegades of Muammar Gaddafi’s armed men found their ways out of Tripoli to Nigeria with weapons and mutated into the killer herdsmen. At yet another forum, Buhari laid the blame squarely on the doorsteps of ISIS and later, on spiritic opposition members who, in the quest to tar-brush his government, have been funding the mayhem. Buhari’s incoherence has ceased to baffle intelligent listeners.

When it was reported that this self-same Fulani herdsmen had killed Mrs. Funke Olakunrin, daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti, along the Ondo-Ore road bordered by thick forests, Buhari again deployed his legendary incoherence. Fulani herdsmen were not responsible for her murder. Armed robbers, he said, killed her.

Unarguably, no one in the Buhari government has been as recklessly audacious in hurting victims of herdsmen’s terrorism as Garba Shehu, the President’s media aide. Shehu has constituted himself into the most notorious presidential megaphone renowned for his divisive comments on Nigeria’s interminable insecurity issue. A few hours after Governor Akeredolu articulated the views of the people he governs, announcing that the Ondo forest, which Fulani herders use as umbrella to commit heinous acts of murder and mindless terrorism, would no longer be accessible for their impunity, Garba shot a verbal poisonous arrow at the people of Ondo State, nay Yorubaland.

Clothing his garrulousness in the cloak of law, his statement also rankled with an argumentative pitfall called appeal to the person. Shehu began his fallacy with Akeredolu being “a seasoned lawyer, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and indeed, a former President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)” and that he had “fought crime in his state with passion and commitment,” but, “in our view,” he said, “would be the least expected to unilaterally oust thousands of herders who have lived all their lives in the state on account of the infiltration of the forests by criminals.” Garba’s doggerel also appealed to “rights groups” and “makers of our constitution” who he said would be worried by Akeredolu’s action which he claimed “could set off a chain of events which he foresaw and tried to guard against.” He was apparently borrowing a leaf from his master’s incoherence.

To begin with, that statement was one of the swiftest to come from a presidency that seems in perpetual somnolence. It underscores Fulani issue being at the core of Buhari’s emotions. It came less than 24 hours after Akeredolu’s. As usual, it was a bid to again beatify Fulani herders who are known to be responsible for the spate of kidnappings and murders in the Southwest. But Akeredolu would not allow such hogwash dressed in a presidential bandana. “Shehu’s statement is a brazen display of emotional attachments and it’s very inimical to the corporate existence of Nigeria. We need clearly defined actions on the part of the federal government to decimate the erroneous impression that the inspiration of these criminal elements masquerading as herdsmen is that of power,” he said. He successfully echoed bothers on the streets that the Buhari government provides a nestling comfort and hibernation for Fulani killers and values the lives of his fellow Fulani cows more than Nigerians’.

Compared to the unusual valour, courage and strength demonstrated by Akeredolu, on the superficial, Makinde sounded like one kowtowing before the Fulani vermin sucking the blood of Yorubaland. However, if you were abreast of some of the issues oscillating in Oyo State, you cannot but act with Makinde’s kind of caution. One is that, but for his latter-day claim to fighting for the people, the name Sunday Igboho was associated with violence, land-grabbing, tyranny and political gangsterism. Hundreds of families who have, over the years, fallen victim of Igboho’s land-related violence would be very circumspect on the real motive of his new-found activism.

I suspect that this de-javu undergirded the governor’s fear on Igboho. Should government accommodate the Igboho irritancy and promote outlaws in urgent thirst of rebranding into undeserved heroism? Which is more desirable in the bid to rout the Fulani criminal elements: embrace the crudity of rogue elements and their lawlessness, resort to their outlandish interventions and by that, justifying the pains and despair they inflicted on the people? In theory, any government which openly goes into an unholy dalliance with the lord of thugs cannot earn the respect of the people of Oyo State.

However, the above operates in the realm of theory.  No governor is Chief Security Officer of his state, except in nomenclature. Seizing on the vacuum in security over the years and the known powerlessness of governors to rescue them from their tormentors, Igboho has become a hero among the traumatized people of Oyo State and as such, response to his call to arms is awesome. His heroism seems to have obliterated the long years of his infamy from the minds of the people. Today, Igboho is the David to the rescue of the people from the Fulani Goliath, their own Ogbomoso’s Ogbori Elemoso of the 15th century, and Makinde seems inconsequential in the equation.

So, is Sunday Igboho a reincarnation of Ogunlola? The story of Elemoso cannot be divorced from the Ogbomosho history, its civilization and conquest. It is the story of Olabanjo Ogunlola Ogundiran, an Ibariba. In 1650, history reported that Ogunlola and his wife named Esuu migrated to current site of Ogbomoso in continuation of his hunting expeditions. They settled beside the Ajagbon tree. With other hunters, Aale, a Nupe descendant; Onisile and Orisatola, they formed the Alongo, a system of administration aimed at securing their settlement against wild animals and enemy invasion. Imprisoned in Oyo-Ile for his oft delve into criminal activities, Ogunlola heard of the notoriety of a wicked and deadly character called Elemoso who was terrorizing Oyo-Ile people. He was believed to be a spirit. Ogunlola then went to the Alaafin to ask for his permission to confront this terror. At the palace, as Ogunlola told the king of his quest, palace courtiers shouted, “Elemoso, eni t’a o ri! Iwo ke! – Elemoso, an invincible man! You?” Grudgingly, Alaafin gave him the go-ahead and Ogunlola stormed Elemoso’s camp and shot him with an arrow, beheaded him and proceeded to the palace with the decapitated Elemoso.

On the surface and judging by his actions since he became governor, Makinde doesn’t seem to harbor any motive to be a Fulani fawner. More than many of his ilk in the PDP, he has fought the Buhari government’s policies most vigorously and has made the federal government look very stupid thereby, subtly underscoring the tissues of issues in true practice of federalism. His stubborn defiance of federal government’s herd mentality of COVID-19 lockdown and school resumption dates are core examples.

That notwithstanding, Makinde and the rest governors of the Southwest would need to flirt after what I call the Akeredolu spirit if they are to be respected by their people. Not doing this will make them to be worthless in the people’s estimation like Muhammadu Buhari and his government. This must however be executed with strict adherence to law and superior logic that the Yoruba are known by, the type that Akeredolu is deploying on Fulanis in Ondo State.


For some weeks now, that irrepressible Ibadan-based broadcaster, Edmund Obilo, has been bringing out the lamentable plights of the people of Igangan in the hands of Fulani herders and drawing out Makinde to confront them headlong. We all know that this won’t happen. With Buhari lionizing the herders in their infamy, no policeman will follow any governor on this suicidal mission.


Yes, I believe that Igboho is very central to this war now. However, he must go through some purgatory, be cleansed of the land-grabbing blood in his hands and return to the fold as leader of the traditional military response to the Fulani menace. There must be genuine repentance and forgiveness for his horde of infractions from thousands of people he inflicted pains upon. The next step would be for Makinde to collaborate with him after his penance to jointly rout the foreign invaders. None of the duo can do it alone. The two, with the support of Amotekun and the science of African metaphysics, should militantly move into the troubled areas of the state where Fulani herdsmen’s vitriol is most burningly dominant and, like Babagana Zulum, working with natives, smoke the blood-sucking deviants back to their land of infamy.


They should both forget their individual political leanings for now, for the sake of the people. This is because, as Bob Marley sang, all the Fulani criminals and their patrons in government desire at this moment for their evil to thrive is for the governor and Igboho “to keep fussing and fighting.” If government militarily descends on Igboho now, he may sprout uncontrollably and become another Muhammed Yusuff, progenitor of Boko Haram insurgency, whose rout by ex-Gov Ali Modu Sheriff and federal government precipitated the colossal havoc today on Nigeria. Igboho will even have the sympathy of the people. I will support him.


Again and very urgently too, Makinde should stampede out those foreigners and their local Fulani accomplices on Okada terrorizing the people. He should also rid Mokola Bridge, as well as the streets of Oyo State, of the eyesore of Northern Nigerian beggars who are defacing its environmental aesthetics and highly burnished peace. If Kaduna’s Nasir el-Rufai and Kano’s Ganduje could deport the eyesore of Almajiri from their states, South West has no business cuddling the menace that the North brought upon itself.


Being firm against the impunity and terrorism of Fulani herders is where the Southwest must begin to externalize what it means by restructuring, a la security. It should then proceed to escalate it further. The ultimate should be a campaign across the region, which must begin now, that only a bastard child of Yorubaland will vote in an unrestructured Nigeria in 2023. By then, Buhari, his Fulani stock and the bastards among Yoruba children who have already begun to campaign for positions in an unrestructured 2023 Nigeria, will begin to take Yorubaland seriously. We must stop them in this act of grabbing spoons to swallow their electoral vomit.


As I was putting my submissions to bed, I learnt that the federal government had ordered Igboho’s arrest. Great. It seems thesis and antithesis are about to clash so that we can see a synthesis. Perhaps this will speed up the denouement of this Fulani grisly drama. If a Buhari who has never put any Fulani murderer on trial in his over five years reign suddenly recognizes the colour of law and order, then let’s see whether Yoruba will allow this presidential tribal impunity to stand.


Dr. Adedayo is an Ibadan-based journalist, author, lawyer and political communication Scholar.

Festus Adedayo



Two of Yorubaland’s most prized states’ helmsmen – Governors Oluwarotimi Akeredolu and Seyi Makinde – have made very strong but seemingly diametrically opposed positions on the security of their people, making it the most talked about issue in the nation today. In recent time, their Ondo and Oyo States have become hotbeds of the scalding hot security crises in Northeastern and Northwestern Nigeria. Flakes of the unending years of savage Boko Haram war in the Northeast are whooshing gently but destructively and settling on Western Nigeria. Fleeing displaced Northerners who escape to the bosom of Oduduwa are stretching Southwest space beyond tolerable level. Infrastructure is becoming unbearably elasticized. Firepower of artilleries is stampeding insurgents from the theater of war and with mounting fire of Northwest banditry, forests of Yorubaland are now comparatively safe havens for fleeing warlords. At the same time, proceeds of kidnapping in Yorubaland are said to be surviving funds renegades of Northeast insurgents and ragtag armies of the bandits of Northwest remit home for the sustenance of their evil war. Unable to withstand the economic weather at home, their neglect by government and the Islamic tzedakah system that constituted their survival for centuries, northern beggars and vagrants are also migrating westwards in thousands.


The above alien challenges have successfully defaced the aesthetics and perforated the peace of Yorubaland. The army of beggars in Southwest today will sober even Senegalese-born author and first published Black African Francophone novelist, Aminata Sow Fall of the Beggars’ Strike fame. In Ibadan, for instance, beggars paste themselves like foamy lather round the Mokola overhead bridge, in almost a hundred, while their kindred are scattered round the city in embarrassing proportions. They even have the temerity to sun-dry their tattered clothes on the Ibadan bridge’s metal railings which they have converted into their balustrade. The second evil is the small weevils in the form of ubiquitous young northern bicycle riders, known as Okada, which infest the land like irritant locusts. They are deadly riders who have no respect for traffic rules or law and order. They are responsible for a horde of fatalities on the highway.


One man who should know, Chairman of the Oyo State Security Network Agency, codenamed Amotekun, Col Kunle Togun, (rtd) last week introduced a new dimension to the infestation. Many of the Okada riders, he said, are foreigners and spies for kidnappers and bandits who enter Yorubaland through Nigeria’s porous borders. According to him, ferried into Oyo and other Yoruba States during the COVID-19 lockdown via articulated lorries, most of these Okada riders cannot speak any of the Nigerian languages or English but French and have no known residency permit. Coming on the heels of this invasion is another internal invasion, said Togun. It comes in the form of Yoruba traditional rulers allocating lands to Fulani herdsmen and who, “take money, cows and cars from these people and allow them to settle and wreak havoc in their domains.

In January, 2018, I had written about the deadliness of Fulani herders. Fulani herdsmen have been declared one of the deadliest terrorist groups in the world by the Global Terrorism Index (GTI). In a survey, GTI said the herdsmen, mainly of the Fula ethnic group, killed 80 people in total in 2013 but by 2014, had murdered at least 1,229 people. The group, according to the report, operates between Nigeria and parts of the Central African Republic (CAR) and had killed 847 people in 2015 across five states in Nigeria through several coordinated attacks during which they inflict varying degrees of attacks on local civilian populations. According to GTI, the attacks were unleashed on private citizens and the Fulani terrorists’ primary and audacious contest is for the farmlands of their victims. These are the people the Nigerian government covers in baby shawl.

President Muhammadu Buhari and a few of his uncritical minded aides have annoyingly sought to legitimize Fulani invasion of Yorubaland and their audacious evils. In September 2018, on the sidelines of the China-Africa Cooperation Summit in Beijing, while addressing Nigerians, Buhari personally lapsed into a variant of his usual incoherent epistle, this time adumbrating why herdsmen terrorism persists in Nigeria. “To my disappointment…the press in Nigeria do not make enough efforts to study the historical antecedents of issues that are creating national problems for us,” the president had waffled, citing what he called “cultural and historical implications” as responsible for the mindless murders and impunity of his brother-Fulani herdsmen.

The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the president’s deployment of callous euphemisms in the service of his waffle. He labeled the Fulani carnage “misunderstanding, especially between herders and farmers” finally heaping the blame of the persistent murders on climate change and the drying up of Lake Chad. This, he claimed, necessitated the frenetic search for pastures by displaced cattle nomads. About the same time, his Minister of Defence, Mansur Dan Ali, another Fulani descent, toed same vacuous route of the drying-up of Lake Chad, as well as scarcity of pasture as cause of the Fulani mayhem. At another forum, we were told that renegades of Muammar Gaddafi’s armed men found their ways out of Tripoli to Nigeria with weapons and mutated into the killer herdsmen. At yet another forum, Buhari laid the blame squarely on the doorsteps of ISIS and later, on spiritic opposition members who, in the quest to tar-brush his government, have been funding the mayhem. Buhari’s incoherence has ceased to baffle intelligent listeners.

When it was reported that this self-same Fulani herdsmen had killed Mrs. Funke Olakunrin, daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti, along the Ondo-Ore road bordered by thick forests, Buhari again deployed his legendary incoherence. Fulani herdsmen were not responsible for her murder. Armed robbers, he said, killed her.

Unarguably, no one in the Buhari government has been as recklessly audacious in hurting victims of herdsmen’s terrorism as Garba Shehu, the President’s media aide. Shehu has constituted himself into the most notorious presidential megaphone renowned for his divisive comments on Nigeria’s interminable insecurity issue. A few hours after Governor Akeredolu articulated the views of the people he governs, announcing that the Ondo forest, which Fulani herders use as umbrella to commit heinous acts of murder and mindless terrorism, would no longer be accessible for their impunity, Garba shot a verbal poisonous arrow at the people of Ondo State, nay Yorubaland.

Clothing his garrulousness in the cloak of law, his statement also rankled with an argumentative pitfall called appeal to the person. Shehu began his fallacy with Akeredolu being “a seasoned lawyer, Senior Advocate of Nigeria and indeed, a former President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)” and that he had “fought crime in his state with passion and commitment,” but, “in our view,” he said, “would be the least expected to unilaterally oust thousands of herders who have lived all their lives in the state on account of the infiltration of the forests by criminals.” Garba’s doggerel also appealed to “rights groups” and “makers of our constitution” who he said would be worried by Akeredolu’s action which he claimed “could set off a chain of events which he foresaw and tried to guard against.” He was apparently borrowing a leaf from his master’s incoherence.

To begin with, that statement was one of the swiftest to come from a presidency that seems in perpetual somnolence. It underscores Fulani issue being at the core of Buhari’s emotions. It came less than 24 hours after Akeredolu’s. As usual, it was a bid to again beatify Fulani herders who are known to be responsible for the spate of kidnappings and murders in the Southwest. But Akeredolu would not allow such hogwash dressed in a presidential bandana. “Shehu’s statement is a brazen display of emotional attachments and it’s very inimical to the corporate existence of Nigeria. We need clearly defined actions on the part of the federal government to decimate the erroneous impression that the inspiration of these criminal elements masquerading as herdsmen is that of power,” he said. He successfully echoed bothers on the streets that the Buhari government provides a nestling comfort and hibernation for Fulani killers and values the lives of his fellow Fulani cows more than Nigerians’.

Compared to the unusual valour, courage and strength demonstrated by Akeredolu, on the superficial, Makinde sounded like one kowtowing before the Fulani vermin sucking the blood of Yorubaland. However, if you were abreast of some of the issues oscillating in Oyo State, you cannot but act with Makinde’s kind of caution. One is that, but for his latter-day claim to fighting for the people, the name Sunday Igboho was associated with violence, land-grabbing, tyranny and political gangsterism. Hundreds of families who have, over the years, fallen victim of Igboho’s land-related violence would be very circumspect on the real motive of his new-found activism.

I suspect that this de-javu undergirded the governor’s fear on Igboho. Should government accommodate the Igboho irritancy and promote outlaws in urgent thirst of rebranding into undeserved heroism? Which is more desirable in the bid to rout the Fulani criminal elements: embrace the crudity of rogue elements and their lawlessness, resort to their outlandish interventions and by that, justifying the pains and despair they inflicted on the people? In theory, any government which openly goes into an unholy dalliance with the lord of thugs cannot earn the respect of the people of Oyo State.

However, the above operates in the realm of theory.  No governor is Chief Security Officer of his state, except in nomenclature. Seizing on the vacuum in security over the years and the known powerlessness of governors to rescue them from their tormentors, Igboho has become a hero among the traumatized people of Oyo State and as such, response to his call to arms is awesome. His heroism seems to have obliterated the long years of his infamy from the minds of the people. Today, Igboho is the David to the rescue of the people from the Fulani Goliath, their own Ogbomoso’s Ogbori Elemoso of the 15th century, and Makinde seems inconsequential in the equation.

So, is Sunday Igboho a reincarnation of Ogunlola? The story of Elemoso cannot be divorced from the Ogbomosho history, its civilization and conquest. It is the story of Olabanjo Ogunlola Ogundiran, an Ibariba. In 1650, history reported that Ogunlola and his wife named Esuu migrated to current site of Ogbomoso in continuation of his hunting expeditions. They settled beside the Ajagbon tree. With other hunters, Aale, a Nupe descendant; Onisile and Orisatola, they formed the Alongo, a system of administration aimed at securing their settlement against wild animals and enemy invasion. Imprisoned in Oyo-Ile for his oft delve into criminal activities, Ogunlola heard of the notoriety of a wicked and deadly character called Elemoso who was terrorizing Oyo-Ile people. He was believed to be a spirit. Ogunlola then went to the Alaafin to ask for his permission to confront this terror. At the palace, as Ogunlola told the king of his quest, palace courtiers shouted, “Elemoso, eni t’a o ri! Iwo ke! – Elemoso, an invincible man! You?” Grudgingly, Alaafin gave him the go-ahead and Ogunlola stormed Elemoso’s camp and shot him with an arrow, beheaded him and proceeded to the palace with the decapitated Elemoso.

On the surface and judging by his actions since he became governor, Makinde doesn’t seem to harbor any motive to be a Fulani fawner. More than many of his ilk in the PDP, he has fought the Buhari government’s policies most vigorously and has made the federal government look very stupid thereby, subtly underscoring the tissues of issues in true practice of federalism. His stubborn defiance of federal government’s herd mentality of COVID-19 lockdown and school resumption dates are core examples.

That notwithstanding, Makinde and the rest governors of the Southwest would need to flirt after what I call the Akeredolu spirit if they are to be respected by their people. Not doing this will make them to be worthless in the people’s estimation like Muhammadu Buhari and his government. This must however be executed with strict adherence to law and superior logic that the Yoruba are known by, the type that Akeredolu is deploying on Fulanis in Ondo State.


For some weeks now, that irrepressible Ibadan-based broadcaster, Edmund Obilo, has been bringing out the lamentable plights of the people of Igangan in the hands of Fulani herders and drawing out Makinde to confront them headlong. We all know that this won’t happen. With Buhari lionizing the herders in their infamy, no policeman will follow any governor on this suicidal mission.


Yes, I believe that Igboho is very central to this war now. However, he must go through some purgatory, be cleansed of the land-grabbing blood in his hands and return to the fold as leader of the traditional military response to the Fulani menace. There must be genuine repentance and forgiveness for his horde of infractions from thousands of people he inflicted pains upon. The next step would be for Makinde to collaborate with him after his penance to jointly rout the foreign invaders. None of the duo can do it alone. The two, with the support of Amotekun and the science of African metaphysics, should militantly move into the troubled areas of the state where Fulani herdsmen’s vitriol is most burningly dominant and, like Babagana Zulum, working with natives, smoke the blood-sucking deviants back to their land of infamy.


They should both forget their individual political leanings for now, for the sake of the people. This is because, as Bob Marley sang, all the Fulani criminals and their patrons in government desire at this moment for their evil to thrive is for the governor and Igboho “to keep fussing and fighting.” If government militarily descends on Igboho now, he may sprout uncontrollably and become another Muhammed Yusuff, progenitor of Boko Haram insurgency, whose rout by ex-Gov Ali Modu Sheriff and federal government precipitated the colossal havoc today on Nigeria. Igboho will even have the sympathy of the people. I will support him.


Again and very urgently too, Makinde should stampede out those foreigners and their local Fulani accomplices on Okada terrorizing the people. He should also rid Mokola Bridge, as well as the streets of Oyo State, of the eyesore of Northern Nigerian beggars who are defacing its environmental aesthetics and highly burnished peace. If Kaduna’s Nasir el-Rufai and Kano’s Ganduje could deport the eyesore of Almajiri from their states, South West has no business cuddling the menace that the North brought upon itself.


Being firm against the impunity and terrorism of Fulani herders is where the Southwest must begin to externalize what it means by restructuring, a la security. It should then proceed to escalate it further. The ultimate should be a campaign across the region, which must begin now, that only a bastard child of Yorubaland will vote in an unrestructured Nigeria in 2023. By then, Buhari, his Fulani stock and the bastards among Yoruba children who have already begun to campaign for positions in an unrestructured 2023 Nigeria, will begin to take Yorubaland seriously. We must stop them in this act of grabbing spoons to swallow their electoral vomit.


As I was putting my submissions to bed, I learnt that the federal government had ordered Igboho’s arrest. Great. It seems thesis and antithesis are about to clash so that we can see a synthesis. Perhaps this will speed up the denouement of this Fulani grisly drama. If a Buhari who has never put any Fulani murderer on trial in his over five years reign suddenly recognizes the colour of law and order, then let’s see whether Yoruba will allow this presidential tribal impunity to stand.


Dr. Adedayo is an Ibadan-based journalist, author, lawyer and political communication Scholar.

I CONDEMNED THE HORRIBLE ATTACKS ON PEOPLE OF IGANAGN, IBARAPALAND, CALL OYO STATE GOVERNMENT TO REDRESS SECURITY ARCHITECTURE IN THE STATE

I CONDEMNED THE HORRIBLE ATTACKS ON PEOPLE OF IGANAGN, IBARAPALAND, CALL OYO STATE GOVERNMENT TO REDRESS SECURITY ARCHITECTURE IN THE STATE


The security architecture of Oyo State need to be redress in other to arrest all the drift to the anarchy of the nation. 


The horrible Attacks on people of Igangan is now alarming and all hands must be on deck to address this issue of insecurity. 


Our deepest condolences to all the families bereaved, It is our prayer that, Almighty God grant the demise enternal rest and grant the concerned families the fortitude to bear this irreparable lost.


The Saddly part of it all is the ineptitude and inability of our security agencies to apprehend the drift to the anarchy of the incident.


I urge the state government to set-up proper security network and engage the youth in reforming the security architecture of Oyo State.


I also call on all the relevant security agencies to be pro-active in discharging thier duties.

The security of the common man must take preeminence.


Oyo State must be save.


Alagbe Samuel 

Fossu National PRO

[email protected]


The security architecture of Oyo State need to be redress in other to arrest all the drift to the anarchy of the nation. 


The horrible Attacks on people of Igangan is now alarming and all hands must be on deck to address this issue of insecurity. 


Our deepest condolences to all the families bereaved, It is our prayer that, Almighty God grant the demise enternal rest and grant the concerned families the fortitude to bear this irreparable lost.


The Saddly part of it all is the ineptitude and inability of our security agencies to apprehend the drift to the anarchy of the incident.


I urge the state government to set-up proper security network and engage the youth in reforming the security architecture of Oyo State.


I also call on all the relevant security agencies to be pro-active in discharging thier duties.

The security of the common man must take preeminence.


Oyo State must be save.


Alagbe Samuel 

Fossu National PRO

[email protected]

Facebook, Twitter Delete Buhari's Genocidal and War Threats from their platforms

Facebook, Twitter Delete Buhari's Genocidal and War Threats from their platforms

Buhari bans Twitter in Nigeria
SERAP to sue the Nigerian Government over banning of Twitter




Two major Social media platforms, Facebook and Twitter have separately deleted the war threats and genocidal statement credited to the NIGERIA'S President Major General Muhammadu Buhari.


The Nigerian dictator had on June 1st issued threatening message saying many of those misbehaving in the country today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War.


Major Gen. Buhari added that: "Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand."


"I receive daily security reports on the attacks on critical national infrastructure, and it is very clear that those behind them want this administration to fail. Whoever wants the destruction of the system will soon have the shock of their lives. We’ve given them enough time." He said.


According to Comrade 'Dele Abiola: One thing that is very popular under this regime is the rule of the president or presidency and never the rules of law as many have been extrajudicialy killed, imprisoned and detained illegally by the failed leadership that hates constructive criticism but harbouring, aiding and negotiating with Terrorists and bandits.



The regime killed members of the Siirte in Kaduna and Abuja. Activist and comrades were killed during the Endsar protests in different parts of the country. IPOB members and many other innocent citizens and journalists have either been killed or illegally reminded in prisons by defacto oder of the government of the day.


Making more threats to kill more from among the agitators especially in the southern part of the country, Twitter was the first to take the bold step as Facebook also announced that the statement made by the dictatorial president and regime fall short of the common sense.



The Buhari led APC regime has also reportedly banned twitter in Nigeria in retaliation of Twitter's deletion of his evil threats. The regime may do similar thing to Facebook. But such a poor response from a president of a country whose population is more than sixty percent youths will soon backfire into a street protests and confrontation against the failed leadership and government.


The Socio-Economic Accountability Project SERAP has also said it is suing the NIGERIA'S Government over the purported banning of Twitter.


AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore insisted that only Revolution can bail the country out of the current evil leaders as he calls for massive June 12 protest across the country.


SERAP: 

Buhari bans Twitter in Nigeria
SERAP to sue the Nigerian Government over banning of Twitter




Two major Social media platforms, Facebook and Twitter have separately deleted the war threats and genocidal statement credited to the NIGERIA'S President Major General Muhammadu Buhari.


The Nigerian dictator had on June 1st issued threatening message saying many of those misbehaving in the country today are too young to be aware of the destruction and loss of lives that occurred during the Nigerian Civil War.


Major Gen. Buhari added that: "Those of us in the fields for 30 months, who went through the war, will treat them in the language they understand."


"I receive daily security reports on the attacks on critical national infrastructure, and it is very clear that those behind them want this administration to fail. Whoever wants the destruction of the system will soon have the shock of their lives. We’ve given them enough time." He said.


According to Comrade 'Dele Abiola: One thing that is very popular under this regime is the rule of the president or presidency and never the rules of law as many have been extrajudicialy killed, imprisoned and detained illegally by the failed leadership that hates constructive criticism but harbouring, aiding and negotiating with Terrorists and bandits.



The regime killed members of the Siirte in Kaduna and Abuja. Activist and comrades were killed during the Endsar protests in different parts of the country. IPOB members and many other innocent citizens and journalists have either been killed or illegally reminded in prisons by defacto oder of the government of the day.


Making more threats to kill more from among the agitators especially in the southern part of the country, Twitter was the first to take the bold step as Facebook also announced that the statement made by the dictatorial president and regime fall short of the common sense.



The Buhari led APC regime has also reportedly banned twitter in Nigeria in retaliation of Twitter's deletion of his evil threats. The regime may do similar thing to Facebook. But such a poor response from a president of a country whose population is more than sixty percent youths will soon backfire into a street protests and confrontation against the failed leadership and government.


The Socio-Economic Accountability Project SERAP has also said it is suing the NIGERIA'S Government over the purported banning of Twitter.


AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore insisted that only Revolution can bail the country out of the current evil leaders as he calls for massive June 12 protest across the country.


SERAP: 

Gunmen Hijack School Bus In Ondo

Gunmen Hijack School Bus In Ondo

A school attendant has been released few hours after some gunmen hijacked a school bus and abducted the staff of the private school, on Thursday morning in Ondo State.


Abducted attendant

Some gunmen on Thursday morning hijacked a school bus in Oba ile Estate of Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo state.


The Precision NG understands that the Gunmen abducted one person who was on duty to convey children to school.


The incident occurred around 6:45am while the driver and the attendant were moving round to pick the Pupils of Chimola School, situated inside the Estate.


A source in the school explained that the gunmen numbering about eight who were on motorcycles, rounded the vehicle, forcing the driver to stop.


He said the eight men who were armed with guns, cutlass and some other weapons, dragged the drivers down from the vehicle and threatened to kill him.


He said the bus with registration number Lagos LSD 853 FJ with Chimola Schools inscribed on it was driven away by one of the hijackers while others moved away from the scene on motorcycles.


He said “the driver and the attendant were about to pick the first student when the incident happened. The gunmen rounded the vehicle and came down with dangerous weapons


“The driver was dragged down from the bus while one of them take the driver’s seat and drove off with the attendant in the bus.


“The whereabouts of the attendant is still unknown but we have reported the incident at the Oba ile Police station.


“This is the first time we are experiencing this kind of situation here. It is quite unfortunate.”


When contacted, the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) could not confirm the incident, saying he has not been briefed, but promised to confirm from the Divisional Police Officer in the area.


© *_Comrade m o oluwaseun_*

A school attendant has been released few hours after some gunmen hijacked a school bus and abducted the staff of the private school, on Thursday morning in Ondo State.


Abducted attendant

Some gunmen on Thursday morning hijacked a school bus in Oba ile Estate of Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo state.


The Precision NG understands that the Gunmen abducted one person who was on duty to convey children to school.


The incident occurred around 6:45am while the driver and the attendant were moving round to pick the Pupils of Chimola School, situated inside the Estate.


A source in the school explained that the gunmen numbering about eight who were on motorcycles, rounded the vehicle, forcing the driver to stop.


He said the eight men who were armed with guns, cutlass and some other weapons, dragged the drivers down from the vehicle and threatened to kill him.


He said the bus with registration number Lagos LSD 853 FJ with Chimola Schools inscribed on it was driven away by one of the hijackers while others moved away from the scene on motorcycles.


He said “the driver and the attendant were about to pick the first student when the incident happened. The gunmen rounded the vehicle and came down with dangerous weapons


“The driver was dragged down from the bus while one of them take the driver’s seat and drove off with the attendant in the bus.


“The whereabouts of the attendant is still unknown but we have reported the incident at the Oba ile Police station.


“This is the first time we are experiencing this kind of situation here. It is quite unfortunate.”


When contacted, the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) could not confirm the incident, saying he has not been briefed, but promised to confirm from the Divisional Police Officer in the area.


© *_Comrade m o oluwaseun_*

Registrar to NIGERIA'S Examination body NECO Godswill Obioma Assassinated

Registrar to NIGERIA'S Examination body NECO Godswill Obioma Assassinated


The yet to be identified gunmen on Monday night reportedly stormed the residence of Professor Godswill Obioma, strangling him in what has been suspected to be an assassination.



According to the report by the Peoples Gazette cutting a telephone conversation with the wife of the desease: “The assassins came in and killed him and left without taking anything,” Elizabeth Obioma said on telephone Tuesday morning.


Mrs Obioma said her husband had just returned to Minna from a trip to Abuja when the armed men, lurking in his compound, descended on him and strangled him.

The National Examination Council (NECO) in an official statement confirmed the gory incident.

Mr Obioma had been facing attempts to remove him from office as the head of NECO, a prominent examination body run by the Nigerian government.


Mr Obioma, 67, was appointed head of NECO barely a year ago on May 14, 2020. He hailed from Abia in Nigeria’s Igbo-dominated South-East region.


The incident came barely a day after Ahmed Gulak, a top politician of the ruling APC, was gunned down in Owerri, raising widespread fears of insecurity.


The yet to be identified gunmen on Monday night reportedly stormed the residence of Professor Godswill Obioma, strangling him in what has been suspected to be an assassination.



According to the report by the Peoples Gazette cutting a telephone conversation with the wife of the desease: “The assassins came in and killed him and left without taking anything,” Elizabeth Obioma said on telephone Tuesday morning.


Mrs Obioma said her husband had just returned to Minna from a trip to Abuja when the armed men, lurking in his compound, descended on him and strangled him.

The National Examination Council (NECO) in an official statement confirmed the gory incident.

Mr Obioma had been facing attempts to remove him from office as the head of NECO, a prominent examination body run by the Nigerian government.


Mr Obioma, 67, was appointed head of NECO barely a year ago on May 14, 2020. He hailed from Abia in Nigeria’s Igbo-dominated South-East region.


The incident came barely a day after Ahmed Gulak, a top politician of the ruling APC, was gunned down in Owerri, raising widespread fears of insecurity.

AAC PRESS STATEMENT: WE CONDEMN THE ATTACK ON PEACEFUL PROTESTERS TODAY AT UNITY FOUNTAIN, ABUJA

AAC PRESS STATEMENT: WE CONDEMN THE ATTACK ON PEACEFUL PROTESTERS TODAY AT UNITY FOUNTAIN, ABUJA

CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ARREST OF CSP HYELHIRA ALTINE WHO SHOT OMOYELE SOWORE AT CLOSE RANGE. 


Nigerians have recorded any low in the attack on the rights of Nigerians to peacefully assemble , associate and express themselves without fear. We are seized by the event at the Unity Fountain, Abuja where concerned citizens have gathered to protest the spate of insecurity that has claimed the lives of over 4500 Nigerians in a space of just a month. This is without mentioning the rate of kidnappings, violent displacement of persons and banditry ravaging our immediate communities. The drowsiness of the Buhari regime has also made the country rank 3rd position in the list of most terrorized nations in the World. 

These were among the many unfortunate reasons concerned Nigerians including members of the AAC proposed to gather and demand in a peaceful protest that the sleeping regime wake up to its primary responsibility to secure lives and property of Nigerians. 


No sooner had Nigerians gathered at the protest ground than the gates were locked on the orders of the Conmissoner of Police, FCT, Bala Ciroma. 



While the National Chairman of the AAC, Sowore alongside other comrades was addressing the illegality, another detachment of armed-to-the-teeth policemen led by CSP Altine arrived the scene and without recourse to any iota of civilization or civil engagement, shot at Omoyele Sowore and dispersed the protesters violently. 


We maintain that the shooting of the National Chairman, OMOYELE SOWORE in Abuja this morning by the police is a well-planned but poorly executed and botched political assassination attempt by Buhari government and its think tank! We demand the immediate arrest of CSP Altine and her team. 


The attack on peaceful protesters today is the last thing they had to do to intimidate the people and to send the signal of how deadly they could be in the next days, if people attempted to stage any form of protest.


We want to assure the murderous Buhari regime that this shall be counter-productive in the long run as it is very impossible to beat citizens to stupor like this and still forbid them from crying or determine the place where they can cry. 


The AAC calls on all Nigerians home and abroad to remain resolute in the fight against tyranny and oppression in our land and we shall be victorious in the fight to send these marauders out of power, for a sane society to be established. 


The struggle continues! 



Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary

African Action Congress

31/05/2021

CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE ARREST OF CSP HYELHIRA ALTINE WHO SHOT OMOYELE SOWORE AT CLOSE RANGE. 


Nigerians have recorded any low in the attack on the rights of Nigerians to peacefully assemble , associate and express themselves without fear. We are seized by the event at the Unity Fountain, Abuja where concerned citizens have gathered to protest the spate of insecurity that has claimed the lives of over 4500 Nigerians in a space of just a month. This is without mentioning the rate of kidnappings, violent displacement of persons and banditry ravaging our immediate communities. The drowsiness of the Buhari regime has also made the country rank 3rd position in the list of most terrorized nations in the World. 

These were among the many unfortunate reasons concerned Nigerians including members of the AAC proposed to gather and demand in a peaceful protest that the sleeping regime wake up to its primary responsibility to secure lives and property of Nigerians. 


No sooner had Nigerians gathered at the protest ground than the gates were locked on the orders of the Conmissoner of Police, FCT, Bala Ciroma. 



While the National Chairman of the AAC, Sowore alongside other comrades was addressing the illegality, another detachment of armed-to-the-teeth policemen led by CSP Altine arrived the scene and without recourse to any iota of civilization or civil engagement, shot at Omoyele Sowore and dispersed the protesters violently. 


We maintain that the shooting of the National Chairman, OMOYELE SOWORE in Abuja this morning by the police is a well-planned but poorly executed and botched political assassination attempt by Buhari government and its think tank! We demand the immediate arrest of CSP Altine and her team. 


The attack on peaceful protesters today is the last thing they had to do to intimidate the people and to send the signal of how deadly they could be in the next days, if people attempted to stage any form of protest.


We want to assure the murderous Buhari regime that this shall be counter-productive in the long run as it is very impossible to beat citizens to stupor like this and still forbid them from crying or determine the place where they can cry. 


The AAC calls on all Nigerians home and abroad to remain resolute in the fight against tyranny and oppression in our land and we shall be victorious in the fight to send these marauders out of power, for a sane society to be established. 


The struggle continues! 



Signed: 


Femi Adeyeye 

National Publicity Secretary

African Action Congress

31/05/2021

AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has just been shot in Abuja, in critical condition

AAC National Chairman Omoyele Sowore has just been shot in Abuja, in critical condition

Let the struggle continue even if they take my life says Sowore

 The publisher of Sahara Reporters and former presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has been reportedly shot by the police in Abuja, the NIGERIA'S Capital.


The convener of the RevolutionNow movement has been confined in the FCT by a federal court over a purported protest in August 2019.

The details and his present state remained unknown as he was been shot in the abdomen, according to the circulating pictures on the social media.


Further sources confirmed that @YeleSowore was shot by a female Police @PoliceNG Officer at Unity Fountain in Abuja, as the Police blocked protesters from entering Unity Fountain with BuhariMustGo protest.
The party wrote:




The Police woman DSP Hyelhira Altine Daniel has been pointed as the one who shot sowore during the protest. Source added that this same woman attempted the same sinister move on Sowore sometimes ago in Abuja.


Further report also says he was shot in the tight. Comrades were seen in a video helping the activist out of the scene into a waiting vehicle.




An eye witness account said: "It wasn’t stray at all. I was close to him holding his phone and recording. She shot immeditely she arrived the scene. Sowore was shouting “you just shot me” repeatedly. We were both looking at her with the hope that she would say it’s a mistake or even show some kind of remorse or shock. Her look suggested affirmation of her action. It was after the first shot, tear gas canisters were shot. She did it on orders."


Although in a critical condition, he is responding to treatment said another sources. 


AAC said:


 

The African Action Congress (AAC) in a statement signed by its publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye condemned the attacks by the security operatives on the peaceful Protesters and called for the arrest and prosecution of the police officer who shot at Omoyele Sowore.


Let the struggle continue even if they take my life says Sowore

 The publisher of Sahara Reporters and former presidential candidate of the African Action Congress in the 2019 general election Omoyele Sowore has been reportedly shot by the police in Abuja, the NIGERIA'S Capital.


The convener of the RevolutionNow movement has been confined in the FCT by a federal court over a purported protest in August 2019.

The details and his present state remained unknown as he was been shot in the abdomen, according to the circulating pictures on the social media.


Further sources confirmed that @YeleSowore was shot by a female Police @PoliceNG Officer at Unity Fountain in Abuja, as the Police blocked protesters from entering Unity Fountain with BuhariMustGo protest.
The party wrote:




The Police woman DSP Hyelhira Altine Daniel has been pointed as the one who shot sowore during the protest. Source added that this same woman attempted the same sinister move on Sowore sometimes ago in Abuja.


Further report also says he was shot in the tight. Comrades were seen in a video helping the activist out of the scene into a waiting vehicle.




An eye witness account said: "It wasn’t stray at all. I was close to him holding his phone and recording. She shot immeditely she arrived the scene. Sowore was shouting “you just shot me” repeatedly. We were both looking at her with the hope that she would say it’s a mistake or even show some kind of remorse or shock. Her look suggested affirmation of her action. It was after the first shot, tear gas canisters were shot. She did it on orders."


Although in a critical condition, he is responding to treatment said another sources. 


AAC said:


 

The African Action Congress (AAC) in a statement signed by its publicity Secretary Femi Adeyeye condemned the attacks by the security operatives on the peaceful Protesters and called for the arrest and prosecution of the police officer who shot at Omoyele Sowore.


Ooni Of Ife: Nigerian Youths Are Neglected, Hungry and Therefore Angry, Let Us Listen To Them And Solve Their Problems

Ooni Of Ife: Nigerian Youths Are Neglected, Hungry and Therefore Angry, Let Us Listen To Them And Solve Their Problems


The Arole Oduduwa, His Imperial Majesty, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II Ooni of Ife, has reiterated the fact that the insecurity challenge in the country is premised on the fact that the youths are neglected and in deprivation which is culminating in restlessness and agitation. 


The Ooni in his goodwill message intoned that Nigeria’s foundation was wrong. He emphasized the inclusion of Nigerian youths in the system to help salvage the country.

“As traditional rulers, they are the most active in our system. Let us tell ourselves the truth, they are hungry and they are angry. I repeat: they are hungry and they are very angry.’’ He said


 “Our dear country Nigeria is the binding force for each and every one of us here today. We don’t have any other place. The nation belongs to all of us. We are here talking. 


 “In our dear country that has brought all of us together here, the youngest serving governor is only 46 years old. And we all know the demography of this country. 


“The demography of this country is above 50 all the way to the age of dependency is less than 30 per cent. But between the age of 18 and under 40, we have them in numbers of more than 70 per cent. And we are talking about security here. 


 “Who are the active participants whenever we have a breakdown of law and order? It is the average age of 18 and 39, and that is the truth. Are they ghosts? Are they invisible? The answer is no. They are human beings. “But every time we are talking the talk, the Number 2 man, Number 3 man, Number 4 man, they are all saying the same thing the way His Eminence said it. And the participants are not faceless; they are not ghosts. It is very idiotic and stupid for us to be doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. We will continue to get the same results. 


“Let us be very truthful and honest to ourselves in this country, we all know the problems. How well are we carrying along with these people in that age bracket? Who is representing that age bracket in this hall? The answer is no one. We are not engaging them at all. But whenever we want to go for political posts and appointments, we go back to them. We know the good, the bad, and the ugly in their category. 


“As traditional rulers, they are the most active in our system. Let us tell ourselves the truth, they are hungry and they are angry. I repeat: they are hungry and they are very angry. All of us that are here, I will be very happy if anybody can raise up their hand and say ‘I can go to my constituency, my local government area, and I can stay there in peace for one week.’ Who can do it here? Including our gatekeepers, who can do it here? Including the Senate President, including the Speaker. 

“But you left the traditional rulers; you left district heads, the baales to continue to stay there. And you are saying all will be well in this country. We are the ones facing these youths; we know their problems and we have been talking every time. You sit in beautiful offices and you all think all will be well? Let us be very truthful in this country. Look at this beautiful building; as beautiful as this building is, if the foundation is wrong, the entire building will collapse because the foundation has a problem. 


“In this gathering, the Senate President mentioned the key factor – the collapse of local government. It has collapsed. Let us be very truthful to ourselves, it has collapsed completely. That is the only arm of government that is the foundation of this country; you don’t have any other foundation. We are only building on a castle that has completely broken down. That is the foundation that will gather the most active age bracket for you in this country. You say we have 774 local governments and several wards. Where do we have the wards being put together? 


“It is under the local government’s constituency. They are underfunded; you don’t even reference them for anything; you don’t even care about their administration. Where did we get it wrong in this country? We all have faults – all of us here. If we keep talking, we will not get any results. It is getting worse. 


“They are getting more emboldened. They are not very bold and they are ready to face anybody because they are hungry and they are angry. Let us change our strategy. Let us change our style. You leave this age bracket. If there will be problems, you give them guns to start to move around. You will never see anybody above our age in our comfort zone here that is really ready to face the music. 


“It is very important for all of us to know that we are not all safe; we are not safe at all. Let us engage a lot of youth organisations that are very relevant; that understand the local government administration and governance within every district and locality of this country. It is very important for us to continue to engage them in every programme we do in this country. You have neglected that category completely. In the hall we are right now, you have neglected them because they are not represented here; they are not at all. So, what are we going to come out here to talk about? And that is our foundation. It is our foundation. 


“We should be very serious in this country. We should talk very seriously. This issue of security is not the problem of the service chiefs; it is not the problem of the lawmakers; it is not the problem of the executive arm of government; it is a problem of all of us. 


“How many of this active population that is under you that you are taking care of? What is the essence of you being a politician that you cannot even move around freely? You cannot! Do you think only Abuja is Nigeria? Or Lagos? Thirty-six states of this country, people are there and you left them. You abandoned them. And you are making laws and administering. What are you administering? I do not know. 


“So, let us talk to ourselves very seriously. The people that are not ghosts; these people that are agitating left and right, we need to engage them. We need to actually engage them and separate the corn from the chaff. We know the good and the bad amongst them. 


“We can easily separate them by engaging them. Draw them closer. If we engage the people that are active, it will be a lot easier for us. On this note, I want to thank the organisers and I want to tell is that enough of talking the talk, let us walk the talk”, he said.


The Arole Oduduwa, His Imperial Majesty, Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II Ooni of Ife, has reiterated the fact that the insecurity challenge in the country is premised on the fact that the youths are neglected and in deprivation which is culminating in restlessness and agitation. 


The Ooni in his goodwill message intoned that Nigeria’s foundation was wrong. He emphasized the inclusion of Nigerian youths in the system to help salvage the country.

“As traditional rulers, they are the most active in our system. Let us tell ourselves the truth, they are hungry and they are angry. I repeat: they are hungry and they are very angry.’’ He said


 “Our dear country Nigeria is the binding force for each and every one of us here today. We don’t have any other place. The nation belongs to all of us. We are here talking. 


 “In our dear country that has brought all of us together here, the youngest serving governor is only 46 years old. And we all know the demography of this country. 


“The demography of this country is above 50 all the way to the age of dependency is less than 30 per cent. But between the age of 18 and under 40, we have them in numbers of more than 70 per cent. And we are talking about security here. 


 “Who are the active participants whenever we have a breakdown of law and order? It is the average age of 18 and 39, and that is the truth. Are they ghosts? Are they invisible? The answer is no. They are human beings. “But every time we are talking the talk, the Number 2 man, Number 3 man, Number 4 man, they are all saying the same thing the way His Eminence said it. And the participants are not faceless; they are not ghosts. It is very idiotic and stupid for us to be doing the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. We will continue to get the same results. 


“Let us be very truthful and honest to ourselves in this country, we all know the problems. How well are we carrying along with these people in that age bracket? Who is representing that age bracket in this hall? The answer is no one. We are not engaging them at all. But whenever we want to go for political posts and appointments, we go back to them. We know the good, the bad, and the ugly in their category. 


“As traditional rulers, they are the most active in our system. Let us tell ourselves the truth, they are hungry and they are angry. I repeat: they are hungry and they are very angry. All of us that are here, I will be very happy if anybody can raise up their hand and say ‘I can go to my constituency, my local government area, and I can stay there in peace for one week.’ Who can do it here? Including our gatekeepers, who can do it here? Including the Senate President, including the Speaker. 

“But you left the traditional rulers; you left district heads, the baales to continue to stay there. And you are saying all will be well in this country. We are the ones facing these youths; we know their problems and we have been talking every time. You sit in beautiful offices and you all think all will be well? Let us be very truthful in this country. Look at this beautiful building; as beautiful as this building is, if the foundation is wrong, the entire building will collapse because the foundation has a problem. 


“In this gathering, the Senate President mentioned the key factor – the collapse of local government. It has collapsed. Let us be very truthful to ourselves, it has collapsed completely. That is the only arm of government that is the foundation of this country; you don’t have any other foundation. We are only building on a castle that has completely broken down. That is the foundation that will gather the most active age bracket for you in this country. You say we have 774 local governments and several wards. Where do we have the wards being put together? 


“It is under the local government’s constituency. They are underfunded; you don’t even reference them for anything; you don’t even care about their administration. Where did we get it wrong in this country? We all have faults – all of us here. If we keep talking, we will not get any results. It is getting worse. 


“They are getting more emboldened. They are not very bold and they are ready to face anybody because they are hungry and they are angry. Let us change our strategy. Let us change our style. You leave this age bracket. If there will be problems, you give them guns to start to move around. You will never see anybody above our age in our comfort zone here that is really ready to face the music. 


“It is very important for all of us to know that we are not all safe; we are not safe at all. Let us engage a lot of youth organisations that are very relevant; that understand the local government administration and governance within every district and locality of this country. It is very important for us to continue to engage them in every programme we do in this country. You have neglected that category completely. In the hall we are right now, you have neglected them because they are not represented here; they are not at all. So, what are we going to come out here to talk about? And that is our foundation. It is our foundation. 


“We should be very serious in this country. We should talk very seriously. This issue of security is not the problem of the service chiefs; it is not the problem of the lawmakers; it is not the problem of the executive arm of government; it is a problem of all of us. 


“How many of this active population that is under you that you are taking care of? What is the essence of you being a politician that you cannot even move around freely? You cannot! Do you think only Abuja is Nigeria? Or Lagos? Thirty-six states of this country, people are there and you left them. You abandoned them. And you are making laws and administering. What are you administering? I do not know. 


“So, let us talk to ourselves very seriously. The people that are not ghosts; these people that are agitating left and right, we need to engage them. We need to actually engage them and separate the corn from the chaff. We know the good and the bad amongst them. 


“We can easily separate them by engaging them. Draw them closer. If we engage the people that are active, it will be a lot easier for us. On this note, I want to thank the organisers and I want to tell is that enough of talking the talk, let us walk the talk”, he said.

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