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Wednesday, 15 February 2017

NIGERIANS SHOULD EMBRACE THEMSELVES AND FACE THE INEVITABLE

NIGERIANS SHOULD EMBRACE THEMSELVES AND FACE THE INEVITABLE

By Somto Okonkwo
For Family Writers

Karma they say is a b*tch. Some things are just inevitable when it's comes to Northerners and their unethical blood quest for power. The North is always in the Frontline of violence and bloodshed, yet when they get to the seat of power they tend to vanquish in calamities. Regardless of their malicious schematic standards and fraudulent journey to their vicious political careers, some things just don't change. Perhaps, maybe they have been cursed to fail right from the beginning or should I just say, been in the chambers of modernity wasn't just meant for them. After all, take a close look at their history in power, all the attestations are there for all to glance upon.

From the sore and agonising frying pan rein of these villainous past Northern leaders :- General Yakubu Gowon, General Ibrahim Badangida, General Sani Abacha into the fire of the diabolical leash of the heartless Tryant/Dictator named Muhammadu Buhari.

Flash Back to the 5th of May, 2010 and Recall the death of the former president of Nigeria, Umaru Musa Yar'Adua who was later pronounced dead, after he was flown to Germany and Saudi Arabia under the same controversial situation now similar to that of Muhammadu Buhari and you would testify that some things just doesn't change. Yar'Adua was subjected to rumours regarding his health as he traveled abroad for medical treatment several times in the years prior to his presidency and continued to do so until his death. Yar'Adua's ability to serve while dealing with health issues was called into question after he went to Saudi Arabia in late November 2009 for treatment of heart problems and kidney problems. After he had been absent from Nigeria for several weeks, most Nigerians critized the power vacuum in the country and there was call for Yar'Adua to formally transfer power to the then vice president, Goodluck Jonathan.

Now fast forward back to January 19, 2017 when Muhammadu Buhari traveled to the UK for a 10 days’ vacation turned into health crisis and tell me if the Yar'Adua-storyline that dated back to November 2009 thus sound familiar. Of course it does! Now some Nigerians (Mostly Northerners) are trapped in the tragic paradox of the fear that history might have repeated itself once again in a predicated but unfortunate saga that has graced the country. Though, there are mixed reactions over the rumoured death of Buhari, while some dance with uttermost happiness of his sudden death, others hollered it is wrong to wish anybody dead.

Agreed it's wrong to wish anybody dead but that privilege most-definitely shouldn't be showered on the likes of Muhammadu Buhari who have so much Innocent blood on his wicked hands or have you forgotten that Nigerians once jubilated when General Sani Abacha was pronounced dead? So you dare not blame anyone for having a slit sign of relieve as the same chronicle applies to General Muhammadu Buhari. From Innocent lives wasted in the hands of Fulani herdsmen to the Southern Kaduna Christian slaughters. From the bloodbath of Shi'Muslims to the ongoing genocidal war against Biafrans. From higher rates of poverty to a complete destruction of the economy. All of these atrocities are what's going on under the administration of Muhammadu Buhari. So tell me since Buhari's neglect and complicity have made life worthless in his tryannrical rein, who wouldn't wish him dead?

But ask yourselves this: why do Northern politicians keep offering Nigerians a sick president? Or are there no more healthy candidates coming out from that region anymore? Or is there another agenda in play? Well, it doesn't matter anymore because this is the same Nigeria we are talking about, always expect that 'Evil' that seems impossible. Nigeria would never work and I would keep voicing this message out. For those that are prejudice and diagonal about the pending doom that lingers with Nigeria, I have this message for you; The End For Nigeria is closer than ever as am sure you have read the signs. The tensions that erupted before and after the 1967 civil war has now tripled, so it's just matter of time that before we bid farewell to the fraudulent amalgamation that has kept us in bondage, in hatred and bloodshed throughout the years of war.

Back to the question on everyone's lips, is whether President Muhammadu Buhari is alive or dead? Not to burst your bubbles, the uncovered answer to that question is YES. Am not just talking out of speculations but a mere fact, this was something that was disclosed to me by a source close to the presidency. Don't ask me who my source is, because I won't disclose that. Discard the Photoshop pictures and fake phone calls given out by the same people in government covering his death. This source also disclosed to me that, President Muhammadu Buhari is dead, few minutes before Metro UK published the News of his death.

Believe me or not, all I can say is this: Nigerians should embrace themselves because the inevitable is about to be announced. And a new journey of division would emerge soon after. Also watch out for the "trailer war" that would erupt between Northern Nigeria (Hausa-Fulani's) and Western Nigeria (Yorubas), that which would also boost the coming of Biafra.

My simple message to my fellow Biafrans is this: Whoever that sheds the blood of an innocent Biafran won't go unpunished. Vengeance would be served accordingly. So, don't be discouraged and disheartened because Biafra would surely stand as a Nation of her own. Nothing can stop that, it's been ordained by the creator of the universe (Chukwu Okike Abiama). That would be our greatest reward!

Long live Biafra, Long live Nnamdi Kanu!

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