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Sunday, 20 December 2020

Buhari Is Dead: Professor Woke Soyinka Voices Out Finally

 Buhari Is Dead: Professor Woke Soyinka Voices Out Finally 



Everyday that passes by, we see the truth unfold about Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's prophecies. His revelations about the dead President of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari have been consistent. The Nigerian Nobel Laurette, Professor Wole Soyinka recently spoke about the absence of the Nigerian President. He added that the Nigerian situation has worsened as a result of the imperial nature of it's leadership at the socio-political and religious levels.


Soyinka, a Professor of Literature, spoke at the Booksellers, venue of the presentation of his new book titled: ‘Chronicles of the Happiest People On Earth'. He stated: “With the turbulence that characterises the year 2020, and as activities wind down, the mood has been repugnant and very negative. I do not want to sound pessimistic but this is one of the most pessimistic years I have known in this nation and it was not just because of COVID-19, no! Natural disasters had happened elsewhere but how have you managed to take such in their strides?"


“Was calamity as a result of human negligence or as a result of malignant activities when people find themselves under the control of other beings which I am afraid what most Nigerians find themselves in, it is like you do not know from where the blow would descend. That is not the way a nation should be and that is not the way the citizens should exist. The situation has reached a point where you are not very sure of where you are going and where you will end. As I had said before, you do not believe in many instances, that anybody is in charge. That really, it is a parlous condition for any nation. So, I am afraid it has not been a very good year for me generally.”


We can also remember that the Nobel Laurette on 6th June, 2020, had said: “I have said this before. I do not believe there is really anybody in charge in Aso Rock. I am sorry to say this. I have been studying the trend over the past year and half, and I believe this; the President is not in charge of this nation, in so many aspects and directions. I am convinced he is not really and totally with it".


On 10th November 2018, the founder of Oduduwa Peoples Congress (OPC), Dr. Frederick Fasehun in an interview also lamented that nobody is in charge of Nigeria.

In his statement, he said: "Our problem is leadership. There is no leadership. The general impression in Nigeria is that nobody is in charge. If anybody is in charge, the lives of almost  two hundred (200) million people will not be like this. This is why whatever is happening now is provoking Nigerians to be more assertive in their choice of leaders. That was why some of us are anxious about who comes on in  2019 and the type of leadership we want for Nigeria". 

 

The former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, also made the same statement. He has shaded President Muhammadu Buhari, suggesting that he appears not to be in charge of even his own government, much more Nigeria.


Recall that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), have very boldly been advocating that President 'Muhammadu Buhari' is dead and was buried in Saudi Arabia since 2017. He affirmed it even when he was interviewed by Dele Momodu which he (Mazi Nnamdi Kanu) staked his life for. But most Nigerians are looking the other way about the truth. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has always asked that DNA test be conducted on the man parading himself as the present Nigerian President or let the said President come out openly and address Nigerians with his local language, precisely "fulfude", which was the native Fulani language of the dead Buhari.


Written by Obulose Chidiebere


Edited by Elemeghideonye Nnamdi Stephen

For Family Writers Press International

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