Let it be clear that politics ruined Nigeria by keeping together a useless union of unrelated humans beings. Let it be unambiguous that foreign, imported religions (Islams & Christianity) worked hand in hand with politics to sentence Nigerians to a permanent state of cognitive coma.
Nigeria’s Political And Religious Anomalies.
By Adeola Aderounmu
Often, I felt like I am just repeating myself. So, if my blog posts do not come on regularly, it is because I get the feeling that I have already addressed 99.9% of the issues that Nigerians are nagging about today. Hence, when you open this blog post, you will find related posts on my blog as well.
If you look at the list and number of aspirants for the presidential elections in Nigeria in 2023, you will find names of people who ought to spend the rest of their lives in prison. If these morons are Chinese indigenes, they would have been hanged or amputated for crimes that range from outright stealing to looting, corruption and even crimes against humanity.
One of the saddest news about Nigeria is the acceptance of corruption as a way of life. It seems to be the lifewire of the society. Tell me how else persons living on N18k monthly wage survive. I really do not know how anyone can survive in Nigeria without a monthly wage that is ranges from N100k- 200k a month. I really do not know. But I do know that all the “packaging” they talk about mostly involves illicit deals and corrupt practices. However, it is possible to still earn a decent living in some circumstances.
Now, if more than 150 million people watch as criminals aspire to be presidents, they watch as criminals regroup to capture the various state governors’ offices and other political offices: what does that make of the people themselves? You can keep your answer.
It is not only politics that has destroyed Nigeria. That fact that the politicians and the Queen of England (who bought Nigeria for a few pounds in the early 20th century) have successfully kept Nigeria as a failed investment (and country) simply means that there are actually over 200 million fools parading themselves as Nigerians.
I mean, how can you say Nigeria is a “country”?
I am a Yoruba with my residence close to the Atlantic Ocean. What do I have to do with a terrorist from the Sahel who claims to be a fellow citizen with me? That fellow must be mad and totally crazy. We do not speak the same language; we do not understand each other. We have totally different cultures. I am educated, in speech and reading. He chose not to go to school, mostly. Even when he does, he does not think with his brain box.
We can all in many ways analyze the stupidity of the existence of “one Nigeria”. What does that even mean? I am sorry for the killing of that Deborah lady in Sokoto. It was carried out by the useless people of Northern Nigeria. That was not the first killing of innocent person because of their faith. It is not going to be the last. Even before Nigeria and the Government became a terror organization, these killings have gone unabated. We cannot even begin to talk about the genocide in Nigeria since 2015.
One Pantami who is the so-called minister of communication in terror-governed Nigeria is himself a terrorist who had supervised the killings of innocent people. These 200 million people stood aside and did nothing. The man claiming to be president Buhari had been indicated as the spokesman of Boko Haram since the regime of Jonathan. Till date, there is no counter publication anywhere in the world that Buhari is not the spokesman of Boko Haram. 200 million zombies stood aside and looked. Even a man called Osinbajo Yemi became the vice-president of a suspected terror kingpin. Yemi is called a pastor.
Let it be clear that politics ruined Nigeria by keeping together a useless union of unrelated human beings. Let it not be unambiguous that foreign religions (Islam and Christianity) worked hand in hand with politics to sentence Nigerians to a permanent state of cognitive coma. An average Nigerian thinks of the scriptures rather than using his/mentality to think about what is right/just. Religion contributed massively to the mass poverty in Nigeria. Rather than seek social justice and welfare of all citizens, Nigerians turned to foreign gods. If prayers do solve problems, Nigeria should be a paradise and the best place to live in the world. As you read this, Nigeria is among the worst countries to be born or live in 2022. Still people are looking for evidence that their religions do not help in nation building.
The state and the church should be separated to adjust to current global settings. Religion should be prohibited where it offers solutions to what the government and citizens should be responsible for. Religion and places of worship should be pulled down at all government offices. There should be zero tolerance to preaching, praying and propagation of religion at workplaces and even public places that are not designated as worship centers.
I could not possibly discuss all about religion on my post or blog.
It is very imperative that the Yoruba separate herself from failed, terror governed Nigeria. EVEN if it seems that the struggle to achieve the Yoruba Nation has not been smooth, moreso because of internal rife within the struggle itself, the outcome-an independent Yoruba Nation will be forever more desirable that the slavery that persist in Nigeria.
On a personal note, I do not look forward to any useless election in Nigeria in 2023. Before then, my wish is for the final disintegration of Nigeria, that my people will be free. That my people will have peace in Yorubaland. That they will live together in religious tolerance and not rubbing their foreign gods on one another’s faces.
My wish is for a prosperous Yoruba land where education will be a priority. Farming will be a golden feat. I look forward to planned housing units, glory in sports and academics. I look forward to the next 40 to 50 years (when I am no more) where Yoruba children will only travel abroad for short holidays and to exchange knowledge and ideas.
When Yoruba Nation is free from almajiris and parasitic North, when we are free from murderers, rapists, pedophiles, gangsters, and terrorists, we will be able to think straight and focus our energies and aspirations to the pursuit of happiness. Only then are we free as YORUBA. Yoruba at home and abroad must join hands to preserve our land, and to ensure that our children and grandchildren are safe in the comfort of the land that our ancestors fought and kept for us. We owe the unborn generations that much.
We cannot go on pretending!