If you are complaining about the 2023 Nigeria’s (s)election, you are like a child that does not know medicine and called it vegetable. Welcome to the club of traumatized children and adults. May your stay be short..!
Nigeria’s 2023 Disgraceful (S)Elections: No Surprises..!
Only babies and ignorant people should cry or complain about Nigeria’s (s)election process for 2023 for which several billions of naira was earmarked.
I have been conscious of Nigeria’s elections since 1979 (that is 44 years ago), so what happened this year (in 2023) is just a sequel to my earliest traumatic knowledge of elections in Nigeria. In 1979, Obasanjo stole the mandate of UPN and dashed it to NPN.
On a number of occasions, I have written about this traumatic 1979 elections. The trauma is a life-long one. It was not made easier when that criminal called Babangida also stole Abiola’s mandate in1993 and threw it away like a piece of rubbish.
So, if you are complaining about the 2023 Nigeria’s election, you are like a child that does not know medicine and called it vegetable. Welcome to the club of traumatized children and adults. May your stay be short!
I have no complaints about the (s)elections. It was exactly how I envisaged it based on a 44-year old trauma.
Since 2011, I have shouted times without numbers on this blog that Nigeria does not need elections. But I am just one person, unheard. So, I continue to write hoping that the future generations will pick up some lines, act and hopefully find freedom that their parents, grandparents and great-grandparents ignored. As far as I am now concerned, the slavery in Nigeria is now one of choice, and not force or cohesion.
For, how can a people or diverse people know the truth but chose to live the lies? I have termed it classical madness. Then sometimes I am thinking about a lot of things. I am trying to forgive myself and those who took me to many crusades as a child, even as an adult to pray for Nigeria. The precious times I would have spent learning programming and abstract mathematics if I was born in China or Sweden.
People are still praying for Nigeria. Such a waste of time and such a senseless behaviour. Which Gods/gods are they praying to? Did a God create Nigeria? How is Nigeria the problem of any god at all?
The Europeans created Nigeria by mixing nationalities that have nothing in common. That was the beginning of the entire madness. The Europeans and Arabs brought a concoction of religions to add more salt to the injuries. The confusion became enormous. Anyway, God will not solve the problems he/she did not create. When common sense starts to prevail, the people called Nigerians will disown their slave’s name, reinvent their original nationalities, and start on the path to rebuilding the advanced civilization that the Europeans stole or destroyed.
A lot of ignorant people are complaining about INEC, about Mahmoud. The staffs at INEC are their brothers, sisters, mothers and fathers. Are they saying that their family members are mad? The problem is not INEC. The problem is NIGERIA. Nigeria is not a country. it is a British company established for the pleasure of the queen of England. One of the most useless slogans in the 2023 elections was TAKE NIGERIA BACK.
Was Nigeria your father’s property. You cannot, and you will never take Nigeria back.
Peter Obi is a PDP member who hijacked the LP. That is what political prostitutes do. They are desperate for power.
What you can take back is Biafra or Igbo Nation. What I can take back is Yoruba Country. what they can take back is Arewa, and the creeks of Jaja Opobo. Bury those ignorant thoughts of taking Nigeria back. Nigeria was never yours and it will never be. Nigeria used to belong to the British only and nowadays those who conquer Nigeria at the center (in a useless unitary system) co-owns Nigeria with the British owners.
I have no complaints with the 2023 elections. It was exactly what I thought it would be. And if you didn’t know since 2022 that Tinubu would win, then you need more than 500 hours of re-education about everything in your life. The moment you get involved in trying to choose one out of 3 criminals (Obi, Tinubu and Atiku), is the moment you lost the right to complain about the outcome.
Peter Obi is a PDP member, Tinubu is APC and Atiku, like Obi, is PDP. Peter Obi only hijacked LP, and that is what political prostitutes do. On this blog, I have shown that Atiku is the number 1 political prostitute in Africa (probably the world). Peter Obi was his mentee until he bailed out in 2022, so not a surprise to me that he hijacked the Labour Party. Obi is not a Labour Party person. He used LP because he is an opportunist, desperate for power. Anyway, not my business that several millions of people became accessories in the hands of these criminals who ordinarily should be in prison (if Nigeria was ever a country). On this blog, I have written about the UNTOUCHABLES (Atiku, Tinubu and Orji Kalu). That was in 2007. 16 years later, these 3 criminals are still prominent in Nigeria’s politics.
These days, my concern and interest are on the Yoruba Country. I am worried that Yoruba are not doing enough to exit Nigeria (or at least return to our West) so that we can take control of our resources and develop our country, The Yoruba Country. I am upset about the lack of unity in our land-The Yorubaland, because the moment we find our rhythm, we will be on our way out of Nigeria.
It is imperative that this life-time ambition come to pass so that our children and unborn children can live in the land that our ancestors left behind for us. Our land is Yorubaland presently called Western Nigeria. Once we start to manage our resources prudently, nobody will have the courage or audacity to call our land “No man’s land”. Surely, we will live peacefully with all the citizens of the world, and they will always be welcome to buy, rent, build or own property on our land. But no matter what, our land will still be ours and not a no man’s land. There will be regulation, there will be order. Mutual respect will reign because we are hospitable and civilized.
There is a lot more on my mind but let me try to end this now. Nigeria is not going to change for you, never. It’s a shame on those who know that the unitary system of government is a fraud but chose to remain quiet. I see multitudes of people, several millions of Nigeria who do not know that their suffering is based not only on corruption and outright madness of the politicians, but also on the unitary system of government which creates a permanent slave-master existence. Nobody, I repeat nobody can rule successfully over 200 million people using a useless unitary system. Again, that is classical madness.
INEC and Mahmud are not your problem. Your problem is Nigeria. It was designed to fail, and to make slaves out of people in the NIGGER ARES.
Make love. Make friends. Refresh your spirit. Laugh. Cry. Move, Run. Look back. Look forward. Reflect. Think. Read. Watch. Live! Find happiness and motivation within and around. Don’t take good health for granted. Exercise your body, mind and soul.
Living Abroad Is Not Immortality
By Adeola Aderounmu
Let me drop these few lines from the perspective of a Yoruba living far away from the land of my ancestors. These few lines will be based on my personal experiences.
I met a guy in Sweden in 2013 or thereabout. Indeed, it is a mystery how I didn’t meet him in Festac Town, Yoruba Country before I came to Sweden at the beginning of 2002.
We shared common childhood friends like the Olisehs and he knew many of the guys I played football together with, like Ubaka, George and several more. At that time of my life, my football skills took me near his own place of residence in Festac town precisely along 711 road/ 24 Road. But we met first in Stockholm at the reunion of Festac people in the Scandinavian, the first edition, which I hosted. In the subsequent edition in Finland hosted by Ebunoluwa, he could not make it.
During my visit to Malmö in 2019, he came to my hotel room and as usual we spent some quality time together.
Onyebuchi had probably arrived from Japan in the early 2000s and he contemplated whether to settle in Sweden or not. A few years later, he sent me a private message thanking me for inspiring him to stay in Sweden especially after we met in 2002. If you asked me what I told him or how I inspired him, I have no idea.
I have listened to people saying I (Adeola) did this and I did that, but often I have no recollection of what they are talking about. I just do the things I do and always stay positive that everything will work together for good. I remembered someone said I gave him the opportunity for his first white collar job in Sweden. How was I supposed to know that? It was a job that we needed someone to do, and I found him suitable. That’s just it.
In 2019 I travelled alone to Malmö in Sweden. In fact, it turned out to be my last major travel before the covid pandemic, and the last time I saw Onyebuchi in person. I drove all the way and stayed at a hotel in the central part. But I was visiting 3 friends, all with Festac connection, and Onyebuchi was one of them. It was 2 or 3 days well spent during the summer holiday. Seeing Adex and senior Tolu will always be a pleasure.
If I knew Onyebuchi had issues or could depart so soon (around Jan 1, 2023), I would have strained myself to make another drive to Malmö. Who knows what would have happened? Together, we may have changed the sequence of history. He may still be with us today. But we are mortals. We will die. That we will exit this planet is the surest thing in life. Nobody will leave planet earth alive no matter how long/short, or how good/bad we live. Death is our common denominator.
It’s just very sad to die far away from home when life has not been fully lived, when that dream of growing old is cut short. I’m happy that Onyebuchi made Malmö his home and that he loved his young son with all his heart. The agony that is felt by the families we left in our home country is the sad aspect. It is therefore imperative that whilst we are alive, that we see ourselves as living things that want to survive, that crave for happiness and fulfilment but in the end, not afraid to die. It will happen anyhow.
We left motherland to live in faraway places. Mostly it is in search of comfort, the pursuit of happiness and fulfilment. But our accomplishments of these feats do not make us superhumans. Those who left home to faraway places are not superior beings. They are made of flesh, bones and blood. They are humans living with pains, hope, laughter, good times, bad times, thoughtful and thoughtless times. They fall sick, they get depressed, they may be curable or incurable of their illnesses. It’s still all the same about our frailty and mortality no matter where we find ourselves.
The opportunities we have to succeed are also still relative. They depend mostly on our competences and then that element of luck or coincidence that place us at the right places at the right time. A sad outcome of chasing dreams far away from home is ending up worse than what you could have become elsewhere (home or another place).
Personally, I have no idea if being a professor of Parasitology in Yorubaland would have made me happier than my life in Sweden as a special education teacher (of mathematics). Can I still become a professor? Yes. Will I aspire? I do not think so because it seems I have reached a point where I do not want my knowledge about things and my ways of reasoning to be subjected to measurement any longer. I believe with the right tools; every person can see how infinitely the human brain can function. I have been infinitely influenced by a phrase I saw in my cousin’s hose in Ibadan around 1995/96. Bloom where you have been planted. How do you know where you have been planted though?
If you have family members abroad, you need to start seeing them differently. Indeed, there are several millions of Africans scattered around the world today and the reasons are no longer due to direct slavery (even if some circumstances are similar to it). Abroad is anywhere that is not home. So how many people do you have to take into considerations when you think of the people you know abroad or in different geographical regions from where you are?
People abroad are not superhumans. They will develop new ways of thinking and acting after a long spell in places different from home or birthplace. They will make mistakes; they will fall, and they will try to rise again. They may be out of jobs, and let’s hope that is temporary. Young people generally, will lose their minds and stability if they are out of jobs permanently. Some of us will be crossed due to unstable family relationships. Humans are social animals and any attempt to find a way around that socialization is unhealthy.
Whether we are at home or abroad, we should make efforts every now and then to reach out to another (but not in cases when reaching out can cause you trauma or discomfort). Make efforts to build a new bridge if the old ones get burnt. One of the harms you can do to yourself is to be static. Make love. Make friends. Refresh your spirit. Laugh. Cry. Move. Run. Look back. Look forward. Think. Reflect. Find happiness and motivation within and around. Don’t take good health for granted. Exercise your mind and body. Read. Watch. Observe. Live.
If you open your eyes every morning, if you get out of bed every morning, think about what you can do better this day than what you did yesterday. Think about newer opportunities and if there is a little effort you can make to achieve something great. Within the limit of your human capabilities, not doing harm to yourself, see if you can make a positive influence in somebody’s life. If you can do without a payback, ask them to pay forward. If all you can do at a certain time, is for yourself, to be happy, make it clear.
In the end, home or away, we are all mortals with the same basic needs: air, water, food, companionship, and shelter. The major differences in societies, mainly due to types of government and use of common sense, are access to these things and the infrastructure that adds quality to our lives.
This essay is for you Onyebuchi Echigeme. May the city of Malmö remember you. May your son grow to be strong and worthy. Farewell my friend.
The British-Nigeria colony groom criminals called politicians who have the audacity to enforce poverty by enslaving the masses who in turn chose to be myopic, (stupidly) resilient, possessing a blackholed hope that deserve to be studied in anthropology worldwide.
The dreamers will go to the polls and choose among 3 major criminals in the land. What a country!
British-Nigeria: The Land Of Their Dreams
By Adeola Aderounmu
It is time to write again about the useless process (called election) that is about to take place in the British established colony called Nigeria. If someone had told me in 2018 that Nigeria will still be a country in 2023, I would have disputed it. The reason was/is because of the momentum that came with the aspiration for the re-establishment of the Yoruba Country and the Igbo Country.
These 2 countries that were destroyed by the British through colonization and deceits were on a run to self-determination again, but that positive aspiration was truncated when the Nigeria government headed by one Buhari kidnapped the leader of the Igbo Country, Nnamdi Kanu, in Kenya and forced him to an illegal trial in Abuja, Nigeria. To this day, the trial is ongoing and the travails of Nnamdi Kanu has now resulted in ill-health that may take his life, if unattended to.
The terror acts and gangsterism of the blood thirsty Buhari government were also unleashed on the home of the leaders of the Yoruba Country. Massacres were carried out at the home of Chief Sunday Adeyemi, aka Sunday Igboho but he escaped to Benin Republic which incidentally is part of the Yoruba Country that the French colonial burglars cut away from the main Yoruba Country that is concentrated in the useless country called Nigeria that was formed by the British. The madness of the Buhari-Osinbajo was extended to Benin Republic when the duo, with the help of terror-inclined Nigerian security forces, attempted to kidnap Chief Sunday Igboho but failed.
How can you (if you are normal) agree to go to the polls and choose between 3 criminals, who along with thousand others should be in prison for the rest of their lives. How?
The events that have happened in terrorists-dominated Nigeria since the truncation of the independence aspirations of both the Yoruba and Igbo Countries may have shown that more than 200 million people living across the British-formulated geographical area may have decided to live in Nigeria as it is, the country of their dream so to say. The most singular evidence that these people are living their dreams is their willingness to participate in the planned 2023 elections.
The elections would make it possible for these dreamers to choose among 3 major criminal elements in the land. Atiku, Tinubu and Obi are 3 major frontliners in the elections. We are at a point that I have argued about since 2011. We are at a point that I have written about for more than 20 years. Yes, for more than 2 decades, and I am still writing about it, the same thing. How do you rate my consistency? I have already given myself the award: The most consistent blogger in Africa.
How can you (if you are normal) go to the polls and choose between 3 criminals who, along with thousand others, should be sentenced to life imprisonment. Considering the amount of monies that Atiku, Obi and Tinubu have stolen together, with the consequences of more than 100 million people living in poverty, unsure of the next meal, the 3 of them should not even see daylight anymore. They are hardcore, unrepentant criminals.
So, we are back where we have always been. At a point when we can make life changing decisions. But these people called Nigerians have placed these 3 main criminals on a scale, they have rated their criminalities and found them desirable from different but mainly useless mentalities.
Listen to them. Obi is better, he is younger, he had not stolen so much as Atiku or Tinubu. The foreign report on his criminal activities do not count. It was ignorance, he was this, he was that, bla, bla bla. Nigerians will defend madness. Are they all mad ni? Tinubu used his money to develop Lagos. Are you mad ni? His money? He made men like Osinbajo, Aregbesola, this, that. Absolute nonsense argument. We may never even know who the original Bola Tinubu was. What we know is that this Tinubu threw away his own identity and stole another. A man nearer to 90 years than 75 may probably come to power to sustain the British colony, for the pleasure of the dead queen. No greater calamity on earth than any election in British-Nigeria.
Another criminal Atiku who single-handedly sold Nigeria to friends and cronies under the pretense of privatization during the corrupt Obasanjo (1999 – 2007) regime, will also attempt to keep the Fulani and the British dream alive. In several essays, I have described Atiku as the world’s greatest political prostitute. No one in history has changed political parties more than Atiku. His desperation for power is extreme and dangerous.
Even Peter Obi, a protégé of Atiku has followed that line of desperation, from APGA to PDP. Obi is now in Labour Party because of the desperation for enrichment and power. If he wins, his first assignment would be to pay huge reparation to the founders and stakeholders in the Labour party. Only idiots do not know that political organisations in Nigeria are investments of the Nigerian elites and the British gangsters headed previously by the late queen.
Under the political arrangements in British-Nigeria, the common people (especially those who cannot come in contact with influence to get good jobs or political contact) are destined to suffer for life, till death! I have also stated several times on “making it in Nigeria” which is possible but does not exclude anyone in that geographical area from living in poverty. For many years, my argument is the same: for as long as you are living in Nigeria, I do not see your escape from poverty. But it all depends on your perspective of the true meaning of life.
The British-Nigerian colony groom criminals called politicians who have the audacity to enforce poverty by enslaving the masses who in turn are myopic, stupidly resilient and possessed with a permanent, black-holed hope that deserves to be study in anthropology at every university in the world.
I do not know how else to express my permanent outrage on why a person will go to the ballot to choose a mad criminal to be his boss or so-called president. Even so, the only thing that validates the election in British-Nigeria is the participation and willingness of the people to be used. For, there could never be any validation or even any useless election if all the 200 million people decide that freedom is the only choice. Election results are already done even before election, but the validation comes from the participation of the slaves who think that their votes actually count.
Now they are under the stupid illusion that a plastic called PVC is their saviour. What an idiotic mentality? PVC? Really? What is wrong with these people? How many times can they be fooled in one life time?
A sane mind should be amused or confused in matters where 200 million people are zombified. Nnamdi Kanu was captured, and several million Igbo rallied thereafter behind Peter Obi, a representative of the establishment meant to keep them in poverty and underdevelopment. How? Millions abandoned the struggle that their leader gave his life for.
The human race will continue to suffer mostly because of treachery and treason amongst kinsmen. The kidnap and incarceration of Kanu would have been a catalyst for freedom if the people are normal. It means that they do not understand the meaning and purpose of life. They choose slavery rather than freedom. It is the same for Yoruba who aligned with Tinubu whilst Sunday Igboho is confined to exile in Benin. Yorubaland will not see progress or peace until the independence of the Yoruba Country is reinstated.
Of course, I do know that it is not that simple, that some Yoruba are in support of Obi or Atiku and some Igbos are in support of Tinubu and Atiku. Whichever way, that everybody slept with heads aligned in the same direction (as in looking forward to election in a slave camp/British-Nigeria) is absurd and abnormal.
I have also mentioned the enthusiasm with which I anticipated the 1979 elections. Yes, 1979! It is the same mad enthusiasm that several millions of Nigerians are expressing together. That means this generation of Nigerians will perish in a slave camp. Their children and grandchildren will be born into willful slavery. The same cycle will be repeated. Some will find good jobs; millions will live and die in abject poverty. Some will travel abroad where some will make it, and many will continue to live like slaves and still perish (even while abroad).
Therefore, not supporting The Yoruba Country and the Igbo Country is an aspiration for self-inflicted woes. Speaking of elections in British-Nigeria, participating in it, validating it and hoping in it is nothing but absolute madness. People who join in British-Nigerian elections are of different categories I have discovered. Some people will defend Nigeria to defend their “good” or “comfortable” statuses in the society. They are afraid of change and a system that will prosper all and sundry. This category are people with jobs, businesses and interests that must not be altered. They are insecure. They will support anything as long as it makes them feel good while the suffering masses remain poor and hopeless.
The political elites have remained the most consistent category since the invention of British-Nigeria. No matter their rivalry and hatred for one another, the political status must be maintained. In the end what goes round, comes around in the political circles. That is why the major political parties PDP and APC are in principle like identical twins. Never a love lost.
Then we have the foolish masses. If you want to know about them, please listen to the music of late Fela Kuti. They have been traumatized so much that they worship men and money. They are religious, hope for divine intervention even when all the powers (like abstaining totally from elections) are in their hands.
There is no time today to look at how the North, South, East and West differ in ideology. I have to stop writing somewhere. But you know surely that if the Yoruba Country and the Igbo country emerge, it will lead to the emergence of the Arewa Country, the Middle-Belt country and The Niger Delta Country. Just imagine the world we can leave behind for our children when all these independent countries compete for development and progress in infrastructure, education, medicine, sport and technology. Just imagine how prosperous your grandchildren would be in their time on earth, when you are gone. There is nothing sweeter in life than independence and freedom. Nothing!
This is what the choice is all about: living in slavery and transferring the slavery to your unborn generations, OR fighting/dying for freedom so that the unborn generations can live in a world of progress, harmony and fair pursuit of happiness in the various lands that their ancestors kept for them before the invasion of the British hoodlums created a disharmony that has now culminated in not just extreme poverty and penury, but a violent, intrusive terrorism that may not just wipe away your existence, but also the genealogy of your existence and the end of your type on the planet.
Did anyone think that Britain would create an artificial African state that would be more powerful or successful than itself? The most single important ray of hope for the people living in the geographical space called Nigeria is to break up the useless, terrorist-infected, terror-controlled country.
A Tragic Existence
Nigeria will remain that failed country that refused to fulfil her potential because that was how it was designed to be. Did anyone think that Britain would create an artificial African state that would become more successful or powerful than itself? Some people have argued that Nigeria is such a mess now because of failed leadership. But have they asked themselves why leaders that initially appeared to be good persons turned out to be criminals and stupid people at the helm of affairs at local, state and federal levels.
Let me be clear, Nigeria was designed as if it would become a world or super power, but it is that same thought of the potentials in the land that have kept the rising population, now more than 200 million people, in hope and bondage for more than 100 years. Do you get it now? The aggregation of the south, west, east and north in 1914 was a perfect recipe for retrogression, failure, disaster and future wars.
This is the end of october 2022 and for me, it sounds like I’m repeating some of the things I worte more than 20 years ago. So imagine if you have been writing about Nigeria for 40 or 60 years, you are writing about the same problems for decades and then somehow some compatriots and people hoping that Nigeria will be better? How? How do I explain to believers in Nigeria that my father and my grandfather had the same hope? Do these new believers descend from space? Were their parents and family members not believers in Nigeria?
Nigeria dealt to some of us a very devastating blow. Nigeria blew our dreams away. All the songs we sang as children and all the hopes we had of what we would be when we grew up all blew in our faces. Yes, some of you got lucky, your dreams came through against all odds. For that I say hats off!
At this end of October, the people called Nigerians have now been re-aggregated mainly into 3 stupid new categories. One for the Tinubus, one for the Atikus and one for the Obis. There are other small aggregations of fools here and there too. They are getting ready for something that I experienced first in 1979 when Awolowo, Waziri, Azikwe, Aminu Kano and Shagari were flagbearers for the 5 or so major political parties in Nigeria.
Please note that I did not at any time in my life studied political science. I knew these politicians because as a 7 year old in 1979, I was fully aware of the challenges that my parents had, so I knew of their wish that Awolowo should become president to solve their life’s problems.
Since UPN won in Lagos State, some of those challenges were met as I went to primary and secondary school for free. In any case, fast forward to 2023 and some people are today having the same hope that me and my parents had in 1979. Do you understand that my parents died never seeing the Nigeria of their dreams?
Do you understand why I can conclude that anyone backing any stupid politician is not a normal human being. How can you wake up one morning and start participating in politics where criminals like Tinubu, Atiku and Obi are the flagbearers? How can you even still be participating in the senseless politics in Nigeria? What is Nigeria to you? Which part of Nigeria still inspires you apart from the music by the youngsters from the south of the Niger? Are you planning to cast your vote and risk in your life in the part of Nigeria controlled by APC or the one controlled by the established terrorist groups?
We shall not find a saint in our regions but we must dismantle Nigeria to even see a new horizon, a new hope and a new dawn for the unborn generations. If you are reading this essay, the Nigeria of your dreams will not come in your lifetime. My parents did not see the Nigeria of their dreams. It was a mirage. We are made to believe and to hope and that is the foundation of Nigeria: Give them hope because that is what slaves need to remain obedient or stupid.
There are choices that will become clear blueprints for the unborn generations. These choices are not available for Nigeria because Nigeria is a house built on sand. What the people entrapped in Nigeria need to do is to set themselves free. They need to go their separate ways and make very solid decisions on how they want to live their lives. They need to discuss about their choices of leaders and make bold plans for the rest of their lives: perhaps some ray of hope to achieve some quality existence before the end of their days.
The people who will establish the Yoruba Nation, the Biafra Republic, the Arewa Country, the Niger Delta Nation and the Republic of the Middle Belt must become selfless when they go their separate ways. They must think with their brains and allow the most progressive members of their countries lead them into the future.
The rancours in the different countries (Yoruba Nation, Biafara, Arewa, Niger Delta, Middle Belt) need to be laid to rest. A common sense ideology of laying the foundation for the future must prevail. The demonic attitude of materialistice possession and folk oppression must evaporate from their mindsets. That stupid, idiotic, moronic, devilish ideology that they used to capture the centre in failed Nigeria must be left back in Nigeria.
In terms of security, these nations must employ all the necessary arsenals at their disposal and they need to cooperate at the international levels to uproot all sorts of terrorism in their respective domains. In the nearest future, Boko Haram and their offshoots must be in the dustbin of history. Kidnapping and all forms of vices in their respetive societies must be zero-ed ASAP.
Priorities should be given to education, health, infrastructure and employment opportunities. Equal opportunities and social justice must prevail. All children must have entitlement to at least 10 years of compulsory free education and laws must be enacted and applied to ensure that compliance come near perfection.
Social welfare and institutions that promote well-being, sense of belonging and sense of social responsibility must be on ground ASAP.
There are so many blueprints that could be copied and adapted to the various peculiarities of the nations that must emerge from failed Nigeria. The Yoruba Country for example was more prosperous in the 1950s than it is today. It is not a bad idea that the blueprints we left back then be re-dusted, updated and adapted to the new world order. Technology and computer advancements can be incorportated in the blueprints to put the Yoruba Country back at the front in the next 3 to 5 decades.
The suceesses of these nations or countries are not tied to our present needs or wants. They must be tied to what is best for our children and the unbron generations.
Anyone still hoping in Nigeria under the status quo will be a fool forever. I hope that a certain generation will read my articles, follow me suggestions, make bold to lay their lives to end the tragic existence of the human race in Nigeria.
The most single important ray of hope for people living in the geographical space called Nigeria is to break up the useless country. They need to retrace their existence as different countries (some listed above), compete with one another for development and set plans for 100 years from now. They must shed their stupid selfish mentalities and plan how their unborn generations can live meaningful and worthwhile lives. Nothing in this life is too late. Our existence has a permanent domino character, therefore the foundation for the good lives of our children’c childrens must be laid now in the different countries to emerge from Nigeria.
Any other suggestion, or the status quo based on senseless morally corrupt and baseless elections (as exemplied by the love and embrace for the 2023 elections) will set Nigeria permanently as the poverty capital of the world. Nigeria will invariably remain the worst place in the world to be born or live. Terrorism will be full-blown, insecurity will reach it’s peak and the meaning and value of life will depreciate even below the lives of earthworms and rats.
Buhari closed down schools in Abuja for a terror group that Lie Mohammed said was defeated in 2015. Buhari may shut down the entire country citing security concerns. When the entire country shuts down, it will open the way for the terror regime to proclaim victory.
How A Terrorist Government May Take Over Nigeria: The Afghan Prototype
By Adeola Aderounmu
Sometimes people who cannot achieve something (good or bad) wonder how others did it. Sometimes too, certain things are so unthinkable that the doubts that they would ever happen rise above the reality of their possible occurrences.
I started writing this article on Monday the 24th of July and by 27th a lot has happened to influence and authenticate the purpose of the write up. There are now reports in several newspapers that terrorists are planning several attacks across Nigeria. The reports, to me, revealed an expected natural sequence of terrorist takeover of a regime that has worked mostly in favour of a Fulani-led terrorist administration. No surprises. But I will go ahead to finish the article I started.
But before you doubt how the unthinkable can come to pass even in this so called modern civilized world, you should remember that it is in your lifetime that a civilian government in Afghanistan handed over to the Taliban who now rule with iron fists and under the guise of a certain religion.
Likewise in my lifetime, in 1993, it was unthinkable I’d witness the annulment of the presidential election won by Abiola, no matter the sins of the man. I could not believe that a monster called Babangida would be allowed to get away with treason, time after time. I will not even drag you yet to the thoughts of how the same monster and one of the cruelest tropical gangsters even became a kingmaker that even one Peter Obi went to pay homage. It is a disgusting thing to imagine. But let me not digress too far. If Babangida is arrested today, it is a deed that is not too late. Criminals should never walk free.
Now, terrorist regimes whether Boko Haram (or ISWAP or both) can conquer Nigeria with ease. There are so many indicators since 2015 that the Buhari-Osinbajo mandate is either working to help Boko Haram achieve its objectives or not doing enough in sincerity to stop a probable Boko Haram takeover of Nigeria. Let me explain my observations.
In several parts of Northern Nigeria, Boko Haram control the local populations. They collect taxes too. In Borno specifically, Boko Haram have elected/selected its own governor for the second time now. So invariably, there is a parallel Boko Haram administration in Borno State. There are Boko Haram controlled councils scattered all over northern Nigeria. Buhari folded his arms and kept killing young people in other regions. Why not kill or eliminate terrorist instead?
For a number of years now, I have consistently stated that the Buhari in Aso Rock does not deserve another 24 hours in office. I stand by that proclamation come what may
Boko Haram have humiliated the so-called Nigerian-Army several times especially in the north. They have sacked army barracks and local populations. They do what they want, when they want and how they want. In several situations, Boko Haram do not face any opposition in strife. They are free to go. It is obvious that they have infiltrated the Nigerian army by having loyalists enlisted in the army and through Buhari’s policy or recruiting terrorists into the so-called Nigerian army.
Many times, Boko Haram have carried out their criminal activities without encountering resistance. Recently, they worked together with Buhari and the Nigerian military operations to attack Kuje prison in Abuja. The prison is supposed to hold arrested terrorists among other categories of criminals. Boko Haram leveled the prison, took away all terorrists in prison and walked away without any opposition or an opposition that they crushed without much ado. How is that possible if Buhari did not approve the invasion? How???
How can terrorist attack a maximum-security prison and walk free? Buhari was quick to visit the prison after the attack. This is the same Buhari that does not move an inch when several other attacks have been carried out or when innocent citizens have been kidnapped or killed by terrorists. Buhari does not pay condolence visit and he does not utter words on activities of terrorists until the Kuje prison invasion. Why? The common reactions prior to Kuje prison attack are press releases by Garba or Adesina on leaving no stone unturned. Such a clownish, unserious, monotonous response.
When Buhari was in the opposition, when he cried on TV because of his wicked ambition, he reacted better and very affirmative. One time he promised to crush Boko Haram in 3 months. At another time, he said an attack on Boko Haram was an attack on the north. I believe more in the latter considering that he does not care to see Boko Haram crushed or its members in prison. The whole world remembers the stupid lie credited to liar Lie Mohammed who said in December 2015 that Boko Haram has been technically defeated. Lying old man!
As per the Kuje attack, a message went viral alleging that Buhari had a hand in the prison attack. The Nigerian government removed the security guards attached to the Kuje prison a few hours before Boko Haram attacked it. Who ordered the evacuation of the security guards? Such orders are usually from the presidency. My view is that Buhari negotiated with terrorists to get some of the kidnapped victims of the Kaduna train attack released in exchange for the Boko Haram terrorists in Kuje. Even major car parks were ordered to close at a certain hour on the anticipated day of the attack. Where did all these directives come from? There are indications that Buhari knew about the Kuje prison attack beforehand. That he did not stop it meant that he supported it. White is white and black is black.
There are profound pieces of evidence that Boko Haram can overrun the North of Nigeria an anytime without any resistance. The terrorists show their strength through regular massacres/genocide across the north. So, invariably the north is under the indirect rule of terrorists. The mechanism of operation of the so-called Nigerian Army showed that the onslaught of the military in the Eastern part of Nigeria may actually be a way to conquer the Eastern part of Nigeria. Why should the military concentrate on killing of young people in the East when the Boko Haram terrorists are on the rampage in the North? No one has been able to answer this question. Not even the selfish, wicked Igbo politicians have sat down to do this analysis. It’s the same for the Yoruba politicians, they are so weak and fearful they sheepishly adore the Fulani.
The Nigerian military is also very quick to act in the West and other parts of Nigeria. They suffocate any voice of opposition and they do not respond to tackle terrorists. Many Yoruba citizens have been massacred. Many have been kidnapped and many others have disappeared without traces. The recent massacre in Owo was a way to test the strength of Boko Haram in the west of Nigeria and to see how the Yoruba will react. Of course, there was no counterattack and retaliation were never spoken of. Yoruba are somewhat caged. If you put all these together, it should make sense to you also that Boko Haram can take over Nigeria at any time because they have instilled fear and cowardice in the souls of the people.
Was it not already clear that Nigeria was not one country or that the country had been divided when Sharia was introduced in the north of Nigeria? Was the north breakaway unclear to the rest of us? Was it not clear that what remained was the economic dependent of the north on the rest of us?
Is there anything that make anyone think that Buhari will not vacate Aso Rock for his terrorist brothers? Where has Buhari accounted for his statement that an attack on Boko Haram is an attack on the North? Where has Buhari put distance between himself and the call that he should negotiate with Jonathan on behalf of Boko Haram? Has any journalist local or international asked Buhari why he was the appointed spokesman of Boko Haram? What exactly is the difference between Nigeria today and the Afghanistan that was handed over to The Taliban? What happened to killing terrorists with the combat jets that Nigeria bought? Why have the same combat jets been deplored to kill innocent citizens in the East and other places except where Boko Haram are hiding in plain sight?
Do you know that there is a Seriki Fulani in all the corners of Nigeria? Why do you think that has happened? Can you appoint a Bale or an Oba in all the local government in northern Nigeria? Who born you? Can you appoint an Igwe in all the villages in northern Nigeria? But come to Festac Town and see how one stinking Seriki was parading in a convoy. Come to Amuwo Odofin and see the population of the Fulani. What about all the cell groups that carry out coordinated attacks on Yoruba citizens and even on state constituted authorities? Let us ask Sanwoolu the governor of Lagos about that and see if he has an answer. I just read this morning that a Seriki Fulani would be appointed in Calabar. If the local population do not send these occupiers to where they belong, in time, perhaps soon or in the undated future, all lands across Nigeria will be declared Fulani land, illegitimately. The locals or indigenes will lose their culture and identities.
Do you know why Sunday Adeyemo Igboho was designated for assassination by the Buhari-Osinbajo government? Do you know why Nnamdi Kanu was kidnapped even after he escaped from terror-governed Nigeria? He was still very influential even in exile. Do you now see how everything Buhari has done empowered the North especially Boko Haram terrorists? Do you see the systematic weakening of the other regions?
Do you think anybody who is fighting terrorism will release or forgive terrorists? How can any normal human being arrest terrorist and recruit them into the Nigerian army? Is that even logical. It is only a terrorist person that will forgive a terrorist and recruit them into the National security apparatus. If Buhari is not a terrorist or in support of terrorism, he would be 100% opposed to it and he would hasten the prosecution and sentence of terrorists.
That this kind of anomaly go without the entire country asking Buhari to step aside/resign will remain a shock to me until the day I die. That this kind of thing will happen, and one pastor sit down there and say he’s a VP is even beyond a shock to me. If I could describe shock to the power of infinity with a word, that is how I feel about rest of us acting like 200 million zombies looking fearfully at Buhari executing a pro-Fulani, pro-terror agenda.
All over the world, terrorism is frowned at and there is no forgiveness for terrorists. Why is Nigerian absorbing terrorists from all over the world into the so-called Nigerian army? Why? Why? Why? What is the final agenda??? A while ago I wrote about the mathematics of absorbing terrorists into the Nigerian army and how it tilts the composition in favour of a terror-controlled army. Hence, if against all odds, the Buhari government delivers the country into the hands of the military, it would be handing over to a military that has moved all weaponry to the North of Nigeria and that is populated by terrorists. It is a perfect combo for the Afghanistan model of handing over power to terrorists.
It is likely that the Buhari in Aso Rock is following a script to ensure that power shift does not go to the Yoruba or the Igbo. Handing over to a terror-inclined military or allowing the Fulani terrorists to overrun Nigeria is not an unlikely outcome. It was so funny but very stupid to think that a certain Buhari will go to Liberia to talk about security. It sounded like something that can only happen on tiktok. This Buhari that ordered the closure of all schools in Abuja because of threat of terror went to Liberia to give talk on security. He should have been sent home at the airport. What a silly joke on Liberians. Are they also daft?
Buhari closed down schools in Abuja for a terror group that Lie Mohammed said was defeated in 2015. That means that, going by newspaper reports today 27th July 2022, Buhari may shut down the entire country citing security concerns. When an entire country shuts down, it will open the way for the terror regime to proclaim victory. Buhari in Abuja is possibly a sell-out. Until his last wish come to pass, the people who called themselves Nigerians have a choice to arrest him and drag him to a court of law for negligence of duty and for running a government based on propaganda. Who or what can 200 million people be afraid of? There is the other option of asking him to proceed on exile or to even drag him before the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity. For a number of years now, I have consistently stated that the Buhari in Aso rock does not deserve another 24 hours in office. I stand with that proclamation come what may.
Would there be a resistance to a complete terrorist takeover of Nigeria? I am not sure now that the Igbo people have shifted their focus to Peter Obi rather than stand by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on the declaration of Biafra. Biafra should not be an option (if Peter Obi’s hope crashes because it will as Fulani will not handover governance to him). How can Peter Obi govern a northern Nigeria dominated by terror regimes? How can you govern a region that broke away during Obasanjo’s regime by adopting Sharia? Was it not already clear that Nigeria was not a country when Sharia was implemented in the North? Was it not clear the north broke away and used the rest of the country as economic support?
The resistance to a Fulani takeover is also weakened by the treacherous nature of the Yoruba. They deserted Yoruba Nation and Sunday Igboho at a time that freedom was close. Now majority are promoting Tinubu, a chronic liar and a man that is now almost as old as his first child. The Yoruba Nation is plagued by ambition rather than the freedom of the Yoruba. The fight, strife and jealousy in the group make me sick, daily.
There are other nations entrapped in Nigeria. In the Middle-Belt and in the Niger-Delta especially. It is not clear how they would respond to a full-blown Fulani terror onslaught on them. Benue has been bleeding for years and Ortom is supporting Atiku, a Fulani man with full knowledge of the evolution of Boko Haram. Ortom is a confused clown who is full or irony.
Let us be clear, it is just a matter of time before we choose between freedom and death. It is coming to the days when we choose between our deaths or working together to defeat a common enemy. It would be wishful thinking to think that these dark days are not even already here. Ask those who have been faced with kidnap in the hands of the Fulani terrorists and who lived to tell the story. Asked those whose mothers, wives and daughters were raped right before them. Those who you cannot ask are the thousands who have been killed in Yorubaland, Igboland, Hausaland and many other places across Nigeria.
I realized now that I could keep writing this article over a few more days but I’ll bring it to a stop soon. I always like to be clear. Only the living tell their stories. Those who have fallen to the terrorists have nothing to tell us anymore. Those who were in doubts and got killed have no stories to tell any more. Those who thought these situations were impossible and got killed in their hopes have no stories to tell any more. Those who prayed and thought prayers solve all problems but got killed have no stories to tell any more. All the pastors, bishops and catholic priests who have been slaughtered have no stories to tell anymore. Those whose ransom were paid yet got butchered into pieces have no stories to tell any more. The Igangan victims, the Owo Catholic church worshippers have no more stories to tell anymore. What about the images of the tortured kidnapped train victims? What stories can we make from that?
You still have a story to tell. I still have a story to tell. My story is this: for the love of the unborn generation: you need to stop believing in Nigeria that may consume you at any moment. You need to stop shouting PVC like those who voted in 1959, 1979, 1983, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, 2015 & 2019. For with time, our dreams faded away and our future got stolen. Millions of us are living the life we didn’t choose. Many are in abject poverty and misery, and they will never EVER experience the meaning of life.
Our actions today will either lead us to freedom or an existence with the status quo, and a likely subjection to slavery under a terror regime like in Afghanistan. The status quo will solidify the enslavement of the unborn generations. You cannot undo or stop the ambition of the terrorists by a plastic called PVC. The so-called Buhari in Aso Rock may jump ship. He may! He may do anything he has to do to fulfil the Fulani dream. What are you going to do for your own dreams, for your freedom? What can you do for the freedom of your people, the ones whom you love the most?
I’ll stand with the Yoruba Nation, on the land bequeathed to me by our ancestors from the time of Oduduwa, forever.