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Friday, 11 March 2016

ISLAMIC ARMED FORCES OF NIGERIA

ISLAMIC ARMED FORCES OF NIGERIA

By Chima Onyekachi
For Family Writers

President Muhammadu Buhari utmost desire is to see the implementation of sharia law across Nigeria, and that has began with the Islamisation of the armed forces of Nigeria. In December 2015, Saudi Arabia announced the formation of the 34-nation Islamic military alliance to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups like Boko Haram. Saudi foreign minister, Adel al-jubeir, disclosed the coalition would have a joint operations centre based in Riyadh with a twin track of military, security and intelligence on the one hand and ideology on the other. Countries that make up the Islamic coalition list includes Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt, Malaysia, Pakistan, Nigeria, Senegal and several other African nations.

Presidential spokesman Garba Shehu had declared in February that the president turned down the invitation of Saudi Arabia to join the coalition of Islamic states against terror but that has turned out to be a lie and deceit synonymous with the administration.  President Muhammadu Buhari, without proper and transparent consultation and consideration on such sensitive issue, in an interview with Aljazeera during his state visit to Qatar announced that Nigeria has signed on to be part of the Islamic military coalition. When asked about the complains by Nigeria’s Christians about giving the country an Islamic identity by his membership of the coalition he said; “Why can’t those Christians complaining go fight terrorism in Nigeria. “Why can’t the Christians go fight the militants in the south.” It is very obvious Buhari does not care about the opinion of Christians in the country and is also ignorant of the large number of Christian soldiers who have died fighting BokoHaram. In 1986 Nigeria was secretly subscribed as a member of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and the same ploy has taken place in joining the Islamic Military Alliance Against Terrorism (ISMAT) without consideration that Nigeria is a secular state. This is simply for the continuous dominance of Hausa/Fulani Muslims in the armed forces of Nigeria.



Saudi Foreign Minister, Adel al-Jubeir, also said the coalition is a group that would allow member states to request or offer assistance among themselves in fighting groups they designate as terrorists. Such assistance could include military force, financial aid, and material or security expertise. I want to inform Biafrans and the rest of the world that Buhari's motive of joining the Islamic military coalition is to get assistance in fighting the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in their struggle for independence. The Islamic Military Alliance against Terrorism (ISMAT) especially Saudi Arabia should know no amount of intimidation or supply of arms and ammunition can stop the restoration of the sovereign state of Biafra.

3 comments

  1. THIS IS UNFORTUNATE! WHERE IS OHANEZE THAT SEEKS FOR ONE NIGERIA? IT OBVIOUSLY MEANS THAT OHANEZE IS SEEKING FOR ONE ISLAMIC NIGERIA!GOD FORBID!

    WHERE ARE THOSE CHRISTIANS CLAMOURING FOR ONE NIGERIA? IT OBVIOUSLY MEANS THAT THOSE CHRISTIANS ARE ASKING FOR ONE ISLAMIC NIGERIA! WHAT AN IGNORANCE THAT LEADS TO DAMNATION!

    NIGERIA IS AN ISLAMIC COUNTRY-IT REMAINS FORMAL DECLARATION! THIS IS WHAT THE HAUSA-FULANIS ARE PUSHING FOR!

    MAY GOD RESTORE THE REPUBLIC OF BIAFRA! THIS IS OUR SAFETY! PROTECTION! PROSPERITY! AND FREEEEDOM!

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  2. By joining Islamic Military Alliance to fight ISIS, President PMP is publicly telling us that Nigeria is an Islamic State and there's nothing we can do about it. If SE/SS don't resist this satanic agenda, they will conquered one day and that has been the history of Hausa/Fulani people. The Yoruba are cowards and traitors and will always be subservient to them. And here in lies the trouble with Nigeria - religion and ethnic jingoism.

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  3. These is the reasons we are saying we are not meant to be one with Nigeria there have different agenda we are not the same that why we want to be left on our own Biafra want their freedom oh.

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