a couple of good or bad? Dr. Bolaji Akinemi
Recently, the social media space has been flooded with postulates of possible male and female couples who could revive the hope of Nigerians, according to the NIGERIA project.
If it were possible, the last nationalists: Avolovo, Azikve and Bello would be awakened from their graves in order to come and correct the evil that Bukhari’s leadership caused our people. Our desperate search for a better and bigger country is now possible at any cost. The enormous damage inflicted on our country from 1966 to 1999 by the military was skillfully repaired by intellectuals who were tasked with serving the people from all over the country, excluding the tribe during the years of the NDP. Just be the best and you will get the job. It was Obasanjo’s principle that Yaradua inherited and passed on to Jonathan.
It brought great minds and hands on board. The best was required, and it did not matter who advised whom. The late Professor Dora Akunili was recommended by Bukhari to serve Obasanjo; Atiku dragged El Rufai into the trawl. Ezekvesilli, Soludo, Sanusi contributed. Even Akinwunmi and Okonjo-Iweala, who today have established themselves as some of the finest minds on the planet, don’t care if our political feelings oppress them.
However, this does not justify our experience of kleptomania during the PDP years, but the presence of marauders was balanced by the presence of wealth creators. This provided a comfortable balance of economic indicators. The GEJ years have been hit hard by looting. Again, the damage was not as obvious as it was under Bukhari, due in large part to the rise in kleptomania and the lack of wealth creators.
In 2015, invectives of APC’s mantra about change allowed for broadcast rent. It was only natural for people to crave the content of their buying hype in the era of the greatest propaganda in human history. The fight against corruption and Boko Haram were pivotal to our expectations. Bukhari was branded and sold for this work. But not without clever demarketing from the NDP, especially Jonathan, in such inhuman form that his poor old mother cried. She must have been too traumatized to vote in 2015.
It is scary, however, that someone at APC is waking up with the dream of a quarter of an opportunity to give “Yona Mumu”, “an ignorant PhD holder whose certifications are not worth NEPA Bukhari’s account.”
Jonathan’s connection with El Rufai was not a surprise. He must have been informed of the “generosity” to release power in the South as quickly as possible. The possibility of Jonathan’s return to power is perhaps a forgotten conclusion, based on a recent constitutional amendment by the 9th Assembly led by Laban and Gbajabiamila, which could make it impossible for even Atik Abubakar to compete for an advantage in 2023, unless he the first degree interferes before. We leave the interpretation of the amendments to the lawyers.
The problem that I would like to capture in the minutes is the consequences of considering Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai’s candidacy for the presidency or vice-president as president Muhammadu Bukhari, which would obviously be catastrophic given his past. I would like to be clear. He is one of the smartest Nigerians living today and eligible for the job. But he’s sly and slippery. However, the problems of Bukhari’s years forced him to work not only with intelligence and qualifications. Before choosing our next president, we need to seriously consider the need to define a character profile that borders on fanaticism and nepotism.
El-Rufai can lick the boots of any powerful person as he climbs to the top to get there. But make sure he comes back to deal with the same person. If you doubt me, ask Akiku. Obasanjo can also testify to El Rufai’s “absolute” loyalty when you are the keeper of his dreams, and his ability not to think twice before betraying you, once you are the one to stand up to to take on a new level of political prominence. How do these attributes relate to the Nigerians now that we are the guardians of his villa dream? The best of his skills will definitely be used. The mistake in hiring him should only be made on the knowledge of our future betrayal.
Who is Nasir Ahmad El Rufai? This occasional civil servant deliberately became governor of Kaduna State. His leadership of the state of Kaduna was equally calculating, before he became the hapless lord who ruled the Fulani sovereignty and established the Emirate as governor of South Kaduna.
In 2012, our statesman and trainee president told us about his ancestral DNA and his penchant for revenge even after a hundred years. Five years later, the governor of Kaduna State had the opportunity to correct the impression, but like a true bloody Fulani, he enjoyed the thrill of power.
El Rufai clarified the need not to mislead your identity at Social Media Week in Lagos in 2017. He insisted: “The comment made in 2012 is not a threat, but it was intended to help prevent a crisis.” Nine years later, on Friday, February 19, 2021, the “defender” of the crisis came true at the National Dialogue; Fierce insistence has now occurred in Lagos, where he remarked: “Get away from the abyss.” Astonishing! Those who pushed us to the brink found a reason to switch to reverse due to their over-ambition for 2023. Their vengeful agenda could be delayed for now and continued when they reclaim their driver’s seat in 2023.
Let’s go back to 2017. In his words: “People are linking to what I tweeted in 2012. What did I tweet? I tweeted that any person, soldier or not, who kills a Fulani is taking on a debt that will be paid off in 100 years. It is a fact. This is not a threat. “
We may have to ask His Excellency if the situation in Kaduna below him is deliberately intensifying our repayment of the Fulani debt we owe them.
His Excellency never forgot to tell us a little about his ancestral history, arrogantly claiming what he tweeted in 2012 to 2017. He explained, “Now I know the nature of the Fulani nomads. These people were my great-great-grandfathers and great-grandmothers. If you kill any of them illegally, “THEY” will organize (note the word “they” and underline the word “organize”) to get revenge, no matter how long it takes. “
We may have to ask His Excellency to help us uncover “their” Fulani’s current mission of revenge against the rest of the country, given his loyalty to Fulani’s blue blood. It would also be nice if we understood how they are ORGANIZATIONS against our sovereignty.
He warned us, “Now the danger for me is that if the Nigerian army goes to destroy the Fulani settlement,” I can imagine how Sanwo-Olu invited them to deal with the #EndSARS protesters, as well as the military mission at Uzodinma’s invitation. to exterminate the Igbo people from the forest of their ancestors to Orel. What a difference between their leaders and ours! Now we can see.
2017 has been a year of revelations. In line with his speech, he went further: “Anyone who wears a Nigerian army uniform in 14 West African countries is at risk because these Fulani may have relationships in Mali, Ghana, Serria Leone, Guinea, and will spread the word that the Nigeria Army carried out genocide against the Fulani, and wherever you see a man dressed in a Nigerian army uniform, he becomes the target of retaliation. ” His Excellency announced the working methods of the Fulani nation. President Muhammadu Bukhari is obviously a Fulani. This must have been the cause of our problems. Their relationship in Nigeria is linked to a world that turns. Unsurprisingly, Bala Mohammed asked them to exchange his cane. Shepherd on the military secret weapon AK 47. What about their relationship in the army? loyalty should be to their tribe, not to the nation. Conflict of interest! Could this be a compromise from within for all three tribes in the army? Does this explain the many successful ambushes set up against our troops in the fight against Boko Haram? This should explain why the bandits are shy and loyal to Sheikh Gumi; why some bandits are not criminals according to the governor of Zamfara. Matavale seems to be saying that we are facing Fulanis on a mission of vengeance, who is here to collect his debts in blood and money.
Nasir Ahmad El Rufai, a 21st century Haward graduate. The Governor of Kaduna State should be reminded that he once told us that he went to BEG and PAY to his ancestral relatives outside of Nigeria when he became governor to stop killing people in southern Kaduna now that one of them is governor. We have to ask him what he means by that. Would the killings have continued if he had not been the governor?
Given the situation in southern Kaduna, what has your governor changed?
We also have to ask ourselves. Could dozens of deaths, countless burned houses and villages, and tens of thousands of homeless people be what His Excellency paid them to stop or do?
As President Bukhari, we cannot afford a president or vice president who is absolutely not loyal to the Nigerian state. I don’t care where this person is from. In keeping with the tradition of the Fulani nation, rumors should be spreading in Nigeria that their relatives should be avoided in power as we seek to eliminate the unrest that some of them have created.
You already know what El Rufai’s role as president of our great country portends. A commander-in-chief who remains true to his ancestral foreign relations is best left to our imaginations.
Anyone who is more likely to expose 200 million people to the tales of moonlight told by his grandparents are not fit to sustain a pluralistic society in the 21st century. Better let it be El Rufai!
But before dismissing His Excellency, I must draw our attention to the gift that Alhaji Abubakar Kavo Baraj gave the country on his 70th birthday. This extraordinary figure informed us that Fulani militias were deployed by the APC leadership prior to the 2015 elections. At the time, you were primarily a gunner in the APC movement. Sir, your honor is to make this accusation clear to the public. The problems facing Alhaji Abubakar Kavu Baraje, sir:
* Who are the arrows; you or Mietti Allah or ….?
- Are southern leaders like Akande, Tinunbu, Fashola or Fayemi an integral part, or were they, as usual, spectators or ignorant?
* Were they called to vote or to create chaos if APC lost the 2015 election? What was their mandate?
- Were there customs and immigration facilitators? What were the details of the border protocol?
- What about the DSS, which was then under Ekpeyong’s control; what was their role?
* What kind of reward / compensation for their shares: cash, wrinkles, citizenship?
- Are we doing NIN registrations for the militia?
- Will they now be on the new state voter registration list, or what?
- Will they vote in 2023 or install the Caliphate puppets at the state level?
- So who armed them with the AK47? Who trained them? Where and for how long?
- Who provides the logistics for the bullet delivery?
- Since there must be an understanding of the host community for an insurrection to flourish, are the local Fulani the host communities?
Sir, your sincere answers are the key to helping us re-establish our substituted sovereignty, and will pull our nation out of the abyss faster than the rhetoric of speech so skillfully crafted and deliberately delivered to be manipulated as usual. We are waiting for you.
Source: – Sahara Reporter.