Yoruba Country Entrapped in Nigeria: The Sustenance Of Evil

Yoruba Nation Entrapped in Nigeria: The Sustenance Of Evil

By Adeola Aderounmu

Adeola Aderounmu. December 2021

I had great hope at the end of 2020 that Yoruba Nation would be established in 2021. Unfortunately, the journey to the realization of the Yoruba Nation was heavily impaired especially at the middle of the year-2021.

The slowness and the problems we have regarding the actualization of Yoruba Nation are related to the reasons why the green vegetables suffer in the hands of green pests. We have, sadly, uncountable bastards as Yoruba citizens. They are spread evenly across Yorubaland. The bastards are dominated by selfish politicians across all age groups. Some are well planted in the various Yoruba Nation groups. Some bastards are running other groups working aggressively to stop the efforts of Ilana Omo Yoruba.

By working against the liberation of the Yoruba race, these Yoruba bastards have helped to sustain evil perpetrated by the APC/PDP gangster coalition who captured and perpetrated the ruins on what is left of the failed country called Nigeria.

In early July 2021 the terrorist government of failed Nigeria led by one “Buhari” and a notorious Malami invaded the home of Sunday Adeyemo, an upright man fighting alongside Professor Akintoye and Dr. Adeniran for the liberation of the Yoruba race. In the process, the terrorists sent by Buhari and Malami killed at least 2 Yoruba citizens and dragged their bodies away in a pool of their blood. They arrested several others who spent several weeks in prison without trials.

The international criminal court has not yet issued a warrant of arrest or even thought of a trial for the terrorist acts committed by “Buhari” and Malami. In the world we live now, evil has risen so much that the voice of the innocent is on permanent mute. The voices of the good has become just “noise”.

I do not mean to repeat what is already know about terrorist-governed Nigeria. But it is of great concern that slavery got defined in a very special way in the land called Nigeria. The politicians irrespective of their ethnicity are united in the slavery business. They loot, steal, cheat, kill, maim and destroy all forms of lives, just to remain in power and to keep the wealth of the land in the hands of the elites.

Do you know that Nigeria is probably the worst country in the world today in many ways? It is surely the worst on the terrorism and poverty indexes. I am sure if you are reading this that you can find out more about Nigeria and how very unsafe it is to be/live in Nigeria.

Yea, I am aware of the business opportunities and the ways to become prosperous. The existence of thorny weeds and dangerous plants does not stop the existence of vegetables or edible wild fruits. Nature is like that. The sad truth about prospering in the failed country like Nigeria is that opportunities are not given on a plain level field. All government contracts today are given to politicians or their cronies. When people break into this evil circle, they declare prosperity (that they made it). Life is too short to fancy such rise of evil practices.

The Yoruba Nation will not be the best place to live in the world in one night. But it will remain the greatest hope of the Yoruba race if our children and unborn generations would ever occupy the glorious position that Eledumare bestowed on us. On a long term and on the long run, the Yoruba Nation will be the final option for the survival and the progress of the Yoruba race. Therefore, the emergence of the Yoruba Nation is not an option, it is a necessity for the glory of Yoruba and Yoruba Omo Oduduwa.

Every generation will get her chance to work together to achieve greatness. For Obasanjo and Tinubu’s generation, bread was more important than the greatness of the Yoruba race. For my generation, it also became clearer in 2021 that bread was more important than the glory of Yoruba- Omo Oduduwa. If not, we should have earned our independence and run our lives in line with the will of Eledumare.

We will enter 2022 living in a slave camp, a sort of modern concentration camp called Nigeria. But where there is life, there is hope. Our choices are clear: we must work together to leave Nigeria so that as individuals we can reach our potentials. We must work together to leave Nigeria so that as a people we can show the world who we are and make the world a better place for the unborn generations in Yorubaland and globally. We must work together in Yorubaland to protect our heritage, our culture, our gifts, our talents, and every other thing that Eledumare bestowed on us. We are the light of the world.

We are asking our generation to LOOK UP. Sooner or later, a certain generation will do. It is the only way to be free because history taught us that freedom is not given on a platter of gold.

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How Nigeria Fell Apart

By Now if Nigeria was ever a country, Buhari would have suffered one of these: 1. Arrested and prosecuted for crimes against humanity. 2. Arrested and prosecuted for corruption of the highest magnitude 3. Sacked, impeached, and disgraced out of office for gross incompetence, lack of will, lack of capacity and extreme negligence of duties!

How Nigeria Fell Apart

By Adeola Aderounmu

Adeola Aderounmu

Sometimes I don’t even know where to start and where to end when l set to write about Nigeria. How do I ensure that you are not reading repetitions and tautology?

Some people don’t bother to follow Nigeria news and if they follow a blog like mine, what they get to read is all I pour out here.

Blogging here is a hobby that I have kept for more than a decade. Impressive you would say! Many of my fellow bloggers/writers are now in government houses making your life miserable. I will not join them. How does one keep writing about the same thing or similar stuffs for more than a decade and then nothing actually changes. I mean NOTHING!

Let me tell you where we are now.

Nigeria’s ruler, one General Buhari (if we believe he is still alive) is in London. He is resting! Nigeria is literarily (not figuratively) on fire. When you try to wrap your head around what is going on in Nigeria and that there is actually a place where such things could happen, you will almost lose your sanity.

By now, if Nigeria was ever a country, Buhari would have suffered one of these: 1. Arrested and prosecuted for crimes against humanity. 2. Sacked, impeached and disgraced out of office for gross incompetence, lack of will, lack of capacity and extreme negligence of duties.

But the idiot is in London, resting. Really?

This is not just an indictment of the political class, that they are all criminals. This is also an indictment of the citizenry; they are foolish enough not to raise 10 to 50 million people on the streets across Nigeria that will ultimately revolt and sack all the ruling and political class.

This ability to sack the government is something that should have happened not long after the return to democracy in Nigeria in 1999. If this had happened say in the early 2000s, then perhaps we would have found a system of government that held political office holders accountable. We would have probably gone back to the system that worked before the 2 useless coups of 1966. We would have found our way back to the years preceding the civil war. Those years were golden!

We refused to take bold steps. The reasons are many and some of them have come back to haunt us, to destroy the very fraudulent foundations upon which we falsely restarted a pseudo-democratic government in 1999.

Today in Nigeria, the crimes, the violence, the genocide, murders, assassinations, kidnapping and inhuman conditions of living have dwarfed the runoff to the civil war. Let me not bore you further with just how backward and how bad Nigeria has become.

A few years ago, I wrote a piece where I declared that my Nigerian-ness has gone. That comment is truer today than it was before. There is nothing I want to embrace more today than my passport to state that I am from Oduduwa Nation. I strongly look forward to coming back to Oduduwa land. There is nothing I want more than the removal of terrorists from Yorubaland. All those who have come to Yorubaland with the mind of ruling over us must be uprooted. I am sick and tired of one Nigeria. I am sick and tired of fools and idiots that have promoted terrorism over civility.

In nearly 2 decades I have written about the same thing: Nigerian politicians irrespective of ethnicity are criminals. Under the fools in APC-Buhari mandate, everything is based on ethnicity and religion. Things fell apart, terrorism that they promised to quench, they promoted. They called terrorists bandits, they hug terrorists and call them herdsmen. They pay terrorists huge sums of money and they rehabilitate them. I cannot find enough space to upload my anger in this post. To say that I am pissed is an understatement. Buhari’s government is full of mad men and mad women, totally crazy people who deserve nothing but lifetime in prisons!

I know that Oduduwa republic or the Yoruba Nation is not Eureka, but it will give us the platform to start again. It will give us the platform to re-create the Yorubaland of the 1940s and 1950s when our civilization was ahead of European civilization. We will go back to the point we were before we were blended with the uncivilized people from Northern Nigerian especially. Blood-thirsty terrorists!

Oduduwa Republic is not going to be a magic solution to our problems, but we are Yoruba. We speak the same language, have the same culture and way of life. We will give ourselves the opportunity to refashion our lives and prepare a foundation for our children and children’s children.

I am angry and definitely I do not want to be called a Nigerian. I am Yoruba, Yoruba Omo Oduduwa. I am the light of the world.

My name is Adeola.

We can avoid a war….

If we accept that Nigeria can never work and divide peacefully.

Let every nation go her way and sort out its existence and road to happiness.

The stubborness and heart-hardeness of the Nigerian politicians will bring everyone to theitör knees.

The consequences will be grave for all.

But we have some time to negotiate, stop Abuja criminal politics and settle amicably the end of Nigeria.

Agidi may bring total destruction.

The video is an example.

The Invincible Presidency

By Adeola Aderounmu

The Nigerian presidency in 2020, take it or leave it, is a make believe.

Have you ever seen anywhere in the world where the country is under fire, where there is chaos, riot, murder, assassinations, protests and to cap it all, full-blown terrorism and all the president of the country can do is to prepare himself for a recorded television broadcast?

But this is the portion of Nigerians first from 2015 to 2019 and then from 2019 till date. Don’t ask me how Nigerians, supposedly some of the most intelligent people in the world, ended up with a moron in the seat of power. I cannot explain it all.

Truth is, all you read from the internet, all you hear on radio and television about the presidency in Nigeria are actually statements and press releases from various personal assistants attached to the office.

If you are reading this on this day 30th of october 2020 and you have thought that you have heard or listened to Buhari in the last of couple of days or weeks, you are a gullible person. It is about time you start thinking, critically.

Nigerian burns. Massive protests. Terrorists own part of the North. There is unrest. People are hungry. There was almost a state of anarchy. There was nobody to come out to address the press and answer questions about their stewardship in office.

The Nigerian presidency as far as l am concerned is VACANT. Whoever occupies that post does not exist in our physical realm.

Look at this situation. Even in an organisation as small as a primary school, whenever something goes wrong, the headmistress or headmaster summons the teachers and then the pupils. There is an assembly and there is an interaction between the pupils and the leadership of the school. In any organisation at all, the head comes out, stands out, takes responsibilities, ask questions, answer questions.

When was the last time “a Buhari” faced the press for 30 minutes? 5 minutes?

The last time l saw a certain “Buhari” faced the press, it did not end well. At that point, at one of the most embarrassing moments of our lives as Nigerians, we saw a “Buhari” who owned cows but didn’t know the meaning of animal husbandry.

That Buhari is either braindead or perfectly senile.

A man who has no brain, no memory and no consciousness of self and environs is who you want me to believe is in charge of the “presidency” in Abuja, Nigeria. I am sorry, you are mad.

As my readers would have observed in recent times, l have not been blogging frequently in recent months.

The reason is because l have other things that have taken my time. However, l am very active on instagram and twitter because they are microblogs and relatively easier to access and make comments/observations.

I won’t write longer on this topic.

But l want you to stop ascribing all the press releases on the internet and media house to Buhari. The Buhari in Abuja is not in charge of Nigeria. For the majority of the time, it is the press secretary and robotic special assistants that meet and fashion press releases.

The most puzzling thing is: on whose account are they dishing out all the PRESS RELEASES, comments, reactions and statements attributed to the president/presidency? You need to be worried.

APC and PDP are birds of same feathers and agents of the same criminal organisation. Therefore, you won’t hear the truth soon, not as long as these 2 criminal organisations run the show in Nigeria.

I will also like to let you know that expressing shock about the people who rule Nigeria is actually the main shock for me.

In Nigerian politics, all the politicians are criminals.

In Nigerian politics, even if you are not a criminal, you are on your way to becoming one.

The unitary system of government is an embarrassment to the intellectuality of the black race. In Nigeria, it shows lack of common sense and absence of common good.

No country in the world can prosper under a unitary system of government.

It is worse when the custodians are self-serving, moronic, selfish, wicked and demonic.

What is the way out?

Abolish the unitary system of government (and it wouldn’t matter anyway if there is a brain-dead president anywhere or not).

Let the regions or nations within Nigeria manage their resources. This will boost competitions between the different regions. The citizens or people in the regions that fail to develop will react quickly to bad governance or corruption.

Nigeria was at her best before the 1966 coups because no region wanted to be left behind.

I hear the youths of/in Nigeria are planning to revolt massively in 2023. Good idea. Let me predict that if that happens (l have my doubts about a lot of things, including the oneness of Nigeria actually) the youths would go into the cycle of idiocy, corruption and they would massively contribute to the underdevelopment of Nigeria.

The unitary system of government will turn good men and women to demons and morons. This has been the case since the 1966 coups. Unless the system is changed or reverted, all other attempts are cosmetics and dead on arrival.

For now, let us focus on why Nigeria has an invincible presidency. The unitary system of government is loaded with deceits, lies, corruption and a compelling tendency to turn willing men and women to demons and monsters. Ask Femi Adesina. Ask Garba. Ask Tolu, and ask Onochie.

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