Genocide in Yoruba Nation: Aso Rock Of Horror (Viewers Discretion)

Warning for Gory Images Of THE IBARAPA GENOCIDE

There are documentations which by now are in the hands of the United Nations showing how the APC-Buhari-Osinbajo regime comntinue to perpetrate genocide all over the failed geographical area called Nigeria.

It is the Fulani that are going all over the place killing indigenous people and taking over their farmland, homes and heritage. The evidence abound. Certain villages in Benue state have been taken over by Fulani and the genocide continue.

On 6th of June, the Fulani came back to a place they know so well in Oyo State in Yoruba Nation. They massacred dozens of people in their sleep. They came in the dark of the night and committed the crime. More than 36 hours after the attack, no words from the sponsor- The useless federal government of Nigeria. Buhari (or an impostor pretending to be him and the Nigerian presidency) have NEVER condemned Boko Haram or the Fulani or any terrorist organization in Nigeria.

If you are Yoruba and you do not support the freedom of Yoruba and the end to this carnage, just know that you are a BASTARD!

There Won’t Be A Nigerian Revolution

We can’t have a revolution because those who stole our childhood are the same people we still entrust with our future

There Won’t Be A Nigerian Revolution

By Adeola Aderounmu

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A Nigerian Solomom Akuma is languishing in prison. By profession he is a pharmacist. He has been in prison for a year because he criticized the (useless) Nigerian president Mr. Buhari.

But for Omoyele Sowore, I am not sure I would ever have known any Nigerian by that name, much more that he is suffering in a dirty, stinking Abuja prison.

You see, as far 99.9% of Nigerians are concerned, Solomon can rot or even die in prison. They don’t care. Nigerians are reckless when they should act most civil. As for Endsars, I still do not know how they pulled that off. But that it died without resulting to a revolution takes us back to the same point: there won’t be a Nigerian revolution.

Why?

Nigeria has no meaning. It was the idea of a certain British guy to coin and lump totally different people together and he called them Nigerians in Nigger Area.

Let’s stay on Solomon. By 7 a. m tomorrow morning, Solomon can be a free man if 50% of Abuja residents took the day off to close down the city. But they won’t do so. There won’t be a Nigerian revolution. Nigerians do not care about Solomon. For all they care, he may be one yeye Igbo or Biafran.

Just imagine that we could buy him his freedom by closing down the city and that we are not even thinking about it.

Nigeria is not going to get better and it will not be well with Nigeria. Do you know why? Because there is not going to be a Nigerian revolution. That is why!

But let me tell you what may happen in the next few months or years. Actually, nothing is going to change on the political platform. The Igbos would be deceived. They won’t get the 2023 presidency (and believe me I look forward to the disintegration of Nigeria than this nonsense that is sustained by the lack of revolution).

The Yoruba too would be shocked by the events that are about to unfold. It is annoying because we have been along this same useless road many times. In Nigerian politics, the outcome is actually irrelevant, it is just a power tussle between the same set of criminal organisations called political parties. The outcome is not relevant because the politicians and the elites are getting richer and stealing the commonwealth as usual while the people have been hypnotized by empty promises and stupid hope in religion.

There won’t be a Nigerian revolution because at every crossroads, the division between the people become apparent-that we are not the same people- and we don’t not want the same thing. No Nigerian politician ever dreamt of freedom for the people. No Nigerian politician shared the ideology of freedom, pursuit of happiness and prosperity on a level playing fields for the people called Nigerians.

There would not be a Nigerian revolution because the people called Nigerians are in a permanent state of Stockholm syndrome, praying for the politicians and washing their feet. There would not be a revolution because hopes are in some invisible gods rather that the good works of men that have transformed some countries to paradise on earth.

If there was going to be a Nigerian revolution, there would have been one many years ago and UAE, China and Singapore would be behind Nigeria in the development race. We can’t have a revolution because we have no love for liberty and we have no empathy that all men are born equal and deserve to live better than caged animals.

We can’t have a revolution because those who stole our childhood are those we still entrust with our future. There is not going to be a Nigerian revolution because we lost touch with human development and we love to glory in our oppression of those who lack. We don’t know the meaning/essence of live. We are vain.

If week 3 of 2021 ends and Solomon is still in prison, we will never have a Nigerian revolution. The day the rest of us go to prison as activists may be the end of our stories, it may be the end of our lives. We have chosen to live behind time, we chose to live in another civilization.

Let me just add that I don’t think Solomon is in prison because one Mr. Buhari wanted it so. I think it is the abuse of power by those who know that Buhari is like a virus (inactive on its own and only active in an induced situation).

Buhari himself is not conscious of his immediate environment. He goes about like a zombie. Jide Sanwoolu travels Lagos-Abuja-Lagos severally to brief him about what is going on in Lagos. If Buhari is normal or aware of his environment, he would listen to the news, watch tv and make phone calls to Jide Sanwoolu.

There are other pieces of evidence to show that Buhari is non-existent. Not least the avalanche of press releases and tweets daily that are attributed to him. No normal human being can be that active. It does not make sense. No normal human being mourns the death of every dick tom and harry on twitter. This unconscious Buhari does. I could go on, but we are not going to have a Nigerian revolution because we are not a country. We are a bunch of disorganized colonies and states. Presently we have no identities.

We are disorganized and disorientated as a (fraudulent) country. As nations within Nigeria, we are divided, lost, full of hate and lacking the ability to be constructive. We don’t add meaning to life. We are selfish and destructive.

In every way, we lack the abilities to revolutionize!

We are lost.

As long as Solomon remains in prisons, as long as other people have their rights taken from them, as long as people are still missing because SARS took them away or even killed them, we are ALL useless as a people. Very useless!! How come we cannot fight for our rights together?

If you want to antagonize my generalization that we are useless, move your ass, organize a protest, start a movement and get Solomon home!

If we cannot have a revolution, we can at least keep our humanity and resist the definition of our existence as reckless and useless by some nonentities in Abuja and all government houses across the failed country Nigeria.

If there was going to be a Nigerian revolution, there would have been one many years ago and UAE, China and Singapore would be behind Nigeria in the development race.

The Wind, Our Way

Nigerian politicians are criminals. None of them can walk down the street. That is how unsafe they have made Nigeria for themselves and the people.

The Wind, our Way.

By Adeola Aderounmu

How we got here? I could have said no idea. But l know a bit of history and it would shock me if after blogging since 2006 l have not put down most or all of what l know.

What continues to shock me is the existence and persistence of Nigeria. Let me explain. Nigerian politicians are criminals. They are living “good”. In quote because they have stolen monies to splash around in Nigeria and several places around the world whereas Nigeria as a country is a disaster. No Nigerian politician can walk down the street. So, living good would remain in quote.

Those who benefit from the anomalies in Nigeria do not agree that Nigeria is a disaster. But whether they agree or not, they are in a constellation, lumped together with some of the poorest people in the world and probably the most useless government in the world as well. They can argue however or whatever they like, Nigeria and the constitution on which Nigeria is operated is a disgrace to the African race. Any Nigerian intellectual who cannot argue against the 1999 constitution is more or less a fool and a selfish soul.

The wind is the way of Nigeria. It is heading for a painful end. The wind should not be our way in Yorubaland. This is the time for Yoruba Omo Oduduwa to work together. We have a choice to steer the course of history and to change it for good.

Those who love Nigeria the way it is and the politicians live in a country plagued by some of the worst infrastructure in the world. Nigeria is decayed. There are personal and principled reasons l have not gone to Nigeria since 2018. I don’t have electricity in my home in Nigeria. The instability of the supply can result to a heart attack. I cannot drive to my house; the roads are not just there. If you live in Festac and try to drive to Agbara, you will understand my points.  Insecurity is a way of life in Nigeria. I don’t sleep well at night. I always fear herdsmen or armed robbers are around the corner. Even during the day, I always have to look over my shoulders.

Now, let’s look at the Nigerian people. How on earth can more than 180m people allow their country to go down? How on earth can the people continue to live in poverty, penury and hopelessness? How can they be so aware of the problems or pretend that they don’t exist? How on earth can more than 180 million people allow the status quo to continue? How?

There are options for Nigeria and Nigerians. When we mention revolution, some are quick to add, can you lead it? Who wants to die?

Really? Who wants to die? That is so funny and ridiculous. Nigerians are dying with very less dignity than cows, chickens and goats! They are kidnapped or slaughtered! They die in road accidents every minute of the day across the country. The police shoot them like games. The soldiers massacre them in manners only seen in war time genocide. Bandits, who are actually terrorists are having free rampages in the North especially. They kill village heads, community leaders, women, men and children. They kidnap politicians and their families. They kill at will.

And somebody is asking….who wants to die? We are all dying already! It is the degree, speed, timing and methods that vary. There are other options because a revolution may still lump up people who are so different in the end such that peace may be elusive even after doing away with the politicians and their accomplices that have brought decay all over the country.

Prior to the amalgamation of Nigeria, there are economically viable kingdoms and regions in what is modern day Nigeria. Even as late as 1966 before the 2 reckless coups by the military, the regions were still viable, progressive, independent and at pace with global development. The poverty, penury and hopelessness of Nigeria today is an indirect effect of the amalgamation of Nigeria and the 1966 coups and a direct effect of the people allowing criminals to dictate the affairs of the country.

That must stop. Resistance must be the new order.

It is time for a new order. Those of us agitating for the freedom of the nations entrapped in Nigeria need to be more aggressive. We cannot be silent and passive anymore. We cannot allow those keeping the status quo to our detriments to keep running the show. It is time for a new order of things.

The politicians and the elites holding Nigeria and Nigerians to ransom don’t care. If they do, they should know that the politics in Nigeria today does not cover the needs of the common man or woman. We can give a million reasons why we need to put an end to Nigeria.

Personally, I lend my support to the emancipation of the Easterners and I hope they put their house in order through unity of purpose and intents. If this comes by Biafra, so be it. For the Yoruba nation or the Oodua Kingdom to which l belong, it is no longer a secret that I will dedicate my time, money and positive actions to the realization of the Oodua Kingdom/Republic. I will channel my efforts primarily through the Ilana Omo Oodua group.

The United Nations is aware of our struggle for freedom. We will be moving ahead hoping to organize a referendum soon. I call on all Yoruba people all over the world to join the struggle for freedom.

We must act in unity for our strengths lie in our togetherness. This is not the time to view one group as superior to the other. This is the time to shelf all personal ambitions and glorification.

The wind is the way of Nigeria. It is heading for a painful end. The wind should not be our way in Yorubaland. This is the time for Yoruba Omo Oduduwa to work together. We have a choice to steer the course of history and to change it for good.

We shall overcome.

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2020 Nigeria: Confined In Corruption And Poverty

Nigeria must be dismantled, totally. Nigeria must end for the nations entrapped within it to emerge and begin afresh. It is only competition between the different regions or nations within Nigeria that can reduce corruption and eradicate poverty

2020 Nigeria: Confined In Corruption And Poverty

Adeola Aderounmu

This is the 27th day of July, 2020 and Nigeria as it stands is still being ruled by hardcore criminals and gangsters spread across 2 criminal organisations called APC and PDP.

The central government is headed by APC headed by a criminal called Muhammadu Buhari.

For those who are not used to the useless form of democracy in Nigeria, a quick recap is that Nigeria left military rule in 1999 and civilians took over. From 1999 to 2015, a criminal organisation called PDP (Peoples Democratic Party) led the Nigerian government and what followed was massive corruption as usual and extreme spread of poverty and hopelessness. In 2015, Nigerians thought a change had come and voted for another criminal organisation called APC (All Progressive Congress).

(Note: for details of Nigeria´s political history, please look elsewhere).

In this month of  July alone, the entire world has been watching the drama unfolding in one of the several corrupt government institutions in Nigeria, the NDDC. I am not able to provide the details of what has transpired, sadly.

My take is that the problem is not just the NDDC. Everything about governance in Nigeria is wrong and crazy.

The NDDC has always been corrupt. The NDDC will always be corrupt. Check out NNPC too. Check out INEC, NEPA, the National Assembly, the Legislative arm, the Judiciary, the states and the governors, the Executives (presidency and ministers), state commissioners and everywhere and everything about government in Nigeria. What you see is different aggregation of criminals and criminal minds in public offices.

Corruption is not limited to public institutions in Nigeria. The private sector is also ripping Nigeria and Nigerians into pieces. You can start from the TELECOMS for a preview. They will milk poor Nigerians to starvation and deaths.

Nigeria is corruption personified. It is a country confined in a systemic culture of corruption.  For the past 2 decades, this has been my theme on my essays, articles and blog entries.

More than 30 years ago, there was an article in one of Nigeria´s newspaper raising a question about the common man in Nigeria and his survival based on his meagre wage. The writer concluded that it was just impossible to live on such a wage. Today, the common man in Nigeria earns comparatively less (in dollar rate). How does anyone in Nigeria live on N30 000 minimum wage monthly? How is that possible? I should address this in another article.

Specifically Nigerian politicians from all across Nigeria are mentally deranged, have low cerebral functions, are grossly incompetent, possess unbelievable, insatiable lusts for material possessions. Their collective stupidity and ineptitude continues to confine Nigeria to the league of poor countries, poor citizens and poverty-plagued existence not worthy of lower animals.

My aim today is to remind you as l have done in almost 2 decades that the person called the president of Nigeria is Buhari and he is leading probably the most corrupt government ever in Africa´s history. Like l always write, l thought Jonathan and the PDP gang would be the worst we had seen at the end of 2015. But this criminal called Buhari and the APC crew blew my mind away with the latest dimension of corruption in Nigeria since 2015.

The most annoying thing about this is the different nations enslaved in Nigeria, taking turns in different capacities and contributing to the ruins. I have mentioned names in many articles and it is becoming old fashioned. Still, take a little time and follow criminals like Akpabio and Oshiomhole if you want to have an idea of the problems. Then take time to follow all the politicians that are prominent, write their names and add corruption in a google search.

Buhari himself started stealing before 1977 but in 1977 he made it official as a minister of petroleum. Do you know how many years that is, from 1977 to 2020, that Buhari has had his hands in Nigeria´s public treasury?

Those aso rock dogs called special assistants or media assistants for things and nonsenses are just looking after their daily bread. Femi Adesina comes to mind. This is another criminal mind. When this is over, he would follow the lines of Segun Adeniyi and Reuben Abati in writing some stupid books or memos. Yorubas called such people didinrins.

Nigeria must be dismantled, totally. Nigeria must end for the nations entrapped within it to emerge and begin afresh. It is only competition between the different regions or nations within Nigeria that can reduce corruption and eradicate poverty.

The Yorubas  and the Ibos especially are very unfortunate to be clumped with the rest of Nigeria. These are ethnic groups that can survive on their own and rule the world in all ramifications. The Niger Delta would have toed the same line of progress and prosperity.

The North is lazy, but it would have emerged based on the competition from the other regions around or close to it.

Together in Nigeria, all these nations remain slaves to the colonial masters and the dumb ass politicians and elites who remain the most formidable criminal organisation in Africa. This is the bane of Nigeria.

These are some of the problems facing Nigeria. As it stands, like l always write, Nigeria will never, never make it under the present criminal political arrangement. Let me tell you, there will always be people and organisations that will prosper under the situation in Nigeria. You will be stupid to use your personal progress as a measure of the workability of Nigeria, a rotten country with a despicable high morality rate.

I don´t even want to remind you of the other things that make Nigerians less human. I don´t even want to start with our ladies who don´t know that they are mentally deranged with all the nonsense wigs on their heads. Our boys have all taken to rituals and cultism. Terrorists are made locally and internationally and dumped across the area called Nigeria. What is left of being African? What is left of being a Yoruba? Ibo? Kanuri? Bini?

Africa is long gone and the nations that should help rebuild are fading away not just because of poverty and corruption but also as a result of the total destruction of the cultural heritage of motherland-Africa.

Specifically Nigerian politicians from all across Nigeria are mentally deranged, have low cerebral functions, are grossly incompetent, possess unbelievable, insatiable lusts for material possessions. Their collective stupidity and ineptitude continues to confine Nigeria to the league of poor countries, poor citizens and poverty-plagued existence not worthy of lower animals.

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I Warned You: “Never, Never Stand With Tyranny”!

The fact that Buhari, a well-established con man, a man guilty of treasonably felony on more than one accasion and a man who committed Nigeria’s first international kidnapping crime continues to get away with crimes almost on a daily basis speaks volume of the nature of the people living in present day Nigeria.

…all those who are suggesting that Nigeria will never succeed as a country will be proven right someday.

I Warned You: Never, Never Stand With Tyranny

By Adeola Aderounmu

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On the 10th of January 2016, l published an article with the headline: You Should Never, Never Stand With Tyranny. Among the few things Nigerians don’t take for granted are messages from their spiritual warlords or overseers and now insta-influencers. Every other thing that possibly makes sense but emanating from people they don’t recognize or reckon with are quickly thrashed, not read or totally ignored.

Let me digress, today the educational world is built on a number of old theories that were redundant for several decades and some for nearly a century. They have been rediscovered and their relevances have taken their rightful place in the academic and educational world.

Bruner, Vygotskij and a lot of individuals whose work were not appreciated in the last and present centuries have returned to the front pages of learning theories that are now shaping the world. Even Vygotskij’s theory of defectology is now an integral part of special needs education.

The point l am trying to make here is that all those who are suggesting that Nigeria will never succeed as a country will be proven right someday. It is sad that they won’t be here then. It does not matter what you and l think today and on which side of the divide we pitch out tents. We will be long dead when the coming generations would find their bearings and spit on all our graves, home and abroad. Again, it does not matter what you think. It would be a shame and a disgrace that we did not take the bulls by the horns. We are not conquering our fears. We may never do.

We are drifting, hoping for the best. We are doing things the same way, hoping for different results. I feel so sorry for the brain-dead Buharists, and even heist-hope non-Buharists alike. The majority are on one side of the divide or the other whereas no one should belong to either side of sad historical occurrences. I feel great sympathy, and now empathy, for those wrestling Nigeria, a well-known and internationally acclaimed failed aggregation- with Buhari or APC.

For about 2 decades, l have written about almost all the categories of Nigerians and l develop a feeling of pathological-tautology trying to highlight these categories. I write less nowadays not because l am tired but because l have so many things going on at the moment.

Another reason is because when l browse my blog, l see that all matters have been addressed. I think my blog will be useful for the revolution that will take place when the present useless generations have wiped themselves off the face of the earth, leaving the world with sad stories of enslavements and horrid tales of humanity.

Again, some people actually think Nigeria is working because for one reason or the other, they do not have to kidnap or rob a bank to eke out a living. Some have been advantageously placed all their lives that they lost the meaning and essence of living. In Nigeria, living a fairly good life is seen and treated as a means of oppression to the disadvantaged. If you have an open mind, you would have done a lot of mental research like l have done. Why are we competing rather than living a common, good life?

Some people are so selfish, and probably foolish they think that those who are socially disadvantaged are not prayerful or not industrious enough. Where is the level playing field? The history and the anthropology of the Nigerian could be developed and studied in an entire academic faculty, hence l dare not thread further. But l know what l know. You know what you know. If you think what is going on in Nigeria is true picture of humanity, one of us needs to be in chains.

This essay could last forever and could address all issues but l will keep it very vague because l have been thinking about Nigeria every second and every minute of my free time. I hope the headline did not mislead you. It is true anyway.  My heart aches and l am probably lucky not to have a heart attack yet. That is how much l process Nigeria daily.

The fact that Buhari, a well-established con man, a man guilty of treasonably felony since the early 1980’s and a man who committed Nigeria’s first international kidnap continues to get away with crimes almost on a daily basis speaks volume of the nature of the people living in Nigeria. That explains my suggestion for the devotion of an entire university faculty to the anthropology of the Nigerian.  We need to know what is going on in the mind of the Nigerian that made slavery so convenient to perpetrate. What makes resistance and revolution impossible? What is the real reason why the nations entrapped in Nigeria cannot emerge to start the actual long walk to freedom?

If this generation of Nigerians dare to get close to the rest of the world before they die, Buhari should be historic in the next 48 – 72 hours. But that is not going to happen as Nigeria itself is a fraud. The answers to my questions would be useful for the coming generation. They have my best wishes!

I left the arguments in public spaces because my blog gives me the freedom to express my feelings. I think l am full of reasonable dose of rage. I put my rage in studying. I put the energy into doing things and getting many things done at the same time and in record time. Therefore, l am very opportune to have this life, this freedom. I am 100% sure l would have given it up if l never left Nigeria. I am not a saint, but l am sure the only way to stop me from what l am writing now is to get rid of me.

I stayed back in Sweden when Yar Adua was picking up bloggers, and torturing them. Yes, some of you don’t know this fact. But I didn’t show up when a friend sent me a message to let me know what was going on. Where is Yar Adua today? In 2015 a bill to send bloggers and internet warriors to prison was proposed. It probably did not get far.

So, the new bill to do the same is not new. It is just that we forget things so easily in Nigeria.

I am going to end this essay without really making it clear where l was coming from and where l am heading. Now, l write for myself. I write for the future and for the coming generations that will love freedom and never settle for slavery.

But if you actually find a meaning in this essay, welcome to the club of the intellectuals. At least, we almost became geniuses too. After writing for almost 20 years, l have come to the conclusion that my essays, like Vygotskijs, would be useful for the unborn generations. That’s how l think now.

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