By: on May 10, 2021
Don’t think Nigerians taste food with their tongues. Don’t think they perceive sound with their ears. Don’t think they perceive colors with their eyes. Being Nigerian is being stupid! There are so many signs that Nigerians are on the cusp of a new dark age. Nigerians are the most religious in the world, yet the greatest religious bigots and hypocrites. They are one of the most learned in the world, but the dumbest. The number of Nigerians in stupidity are on the rise daily. Their IQ is fal...
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By: on May 9, 2021
SLOWLY but steadily, Nigeria is sliding into war. Shortly after bandits slaughtered three of the kidnapped 23 undergraduates of Greenfield University, Kaduna, Wole Soyinka, a Nobel laureate, captured the moment explicitly in a statement entitled, ‘Endless Martyrdom of Youth.’ He said, “This nation is at war, yet we continue to pretend that these are mere birth-pangs of a glorious entity.” Seriously, Nigeria is on the brink of catastrophe because of the bloody violence that has ensnared it on the...
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By: on May 9, 2021
In Nigeriia of today, under the clueless leadership of Buhari, Pantamism has come to join the ranks of notorious "Isms" that deals particularly in the Afliction of the Nigerian people with the virulent disease of terrorism. Just like how the regime deodarized corruption, Buhari's recent endorsement of Pantami is nothing short of the institutionalization of terrorism and religious extremism. it translates to the legitimization of the ongoing terrorism in the north and unfair vilification of t...
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By: on May 5, 2021
When there are murmurs and whispers of a putsch, someone somewhere may be fiddling with the sticks. Where there is smoke, there is fire. Turning and turning in the widening gyre, the hawks and vultures circle seeking supper from anarchy and insecurity in the land. But may it never be said that Nigeria experienced a coup d’état after 22 years of democratic experiment. In political science, coups are often governed by the zeitgeist – the prevailing mood of the time. In the 70s, 80s and 90s cou...
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By: on May 5, 2021
Alhaji Bola Ahmed Tinubu rehashing the old tired worn out cliche by the destroyers of Nigeria and enemies of Oduduwa Nation said: “I have nowhere I am going. Whoever has experienced war in the past will not pray for such. Nigeria will not separate; it’s not acceptable to us. God will not allow Nigeria to experience it (war). If we say Nigeria should separate, people should remember what war caused in Sudan and Iraq.” Everyone has ambition. Ambition entails healthy balance of hunger and humili...
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By: on April 28, 2021
Humans are fond of doing stupid things. Stupidity is more accepting in individual’s life. But we must rebuff and rebel stupidity in a national leadership. There are two sides of history- the right side and the stupid side. A president can choose to be on a right side or on a stupid side. There is a mad rush for some presidents to be on a stupid side. It is evident that the only agenda of General Muhammadu Buhari as President of Nigeria is to conquer all other ethnic groups by fully Fulan...
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By: on April 25, 2021
In September 2019 in New York, Nigeria ruler Muhammadu Buhari was asked: “Nigeria has a very young population; perhaps you might highlight what a pathway for a resilient future looks like?” On the calendar, it was the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, and General Buhari was participating in the Climate Action Summit. That embarrassing multilateral moment saw everyone exchanging glances as the panel moderator asked the question. Buhari did not answer the question, could n...
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By: on April 23, 2021
As the leader goes so goes the nation. The coming of dictator General Muhammadu Buhari brings along ancient evils. Under a bad president things go sour. The heart and skill of a president will always tremendously affect life of the people under his direction. Good president draws loyalty from the people. Bad president draws rebellion from the people. Good president enjoys peace within the country. Bad president suffer turmoil within the country. Good president is affirmed by the people. Bad ...
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By: on April 21, 2021
The role of the youth is to serve as the light that empowers the world, especially with their intelligence and creativity. Nigeria is a society where the future of the youth is not in any way secured, and to have great leaders who will pilot the affairs of the country will be extremely difficult owing to the bad precedence set by the existing catastrophic leadership. Meanwhile, youth have been victims of a failed system for decades, their freedom and rights have always been denied by the o...
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By: on April 21, 2021
Gradually, the whirlwind of religion is pushing Nigeria towards the point of no return. When the incumbent president, General Buhari, said in early 2015 that “if we don’t kill corruption, corruption will kill Nigeria,” he left out an avalanche that is just as likely – perhaps more likely and swifter in rage to kill Nigeria – Religion. Hence the new pith should be: if we don’t check religion, religion will kill Nigeria. Religion has invariably been a critical centrepiece in Nigeria’s politics,...
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By: on April 21, 2021
After 100 years 1914-2014, the British Amalgamation of Southern and Northern Protectorates that forcibly joined Yorubas with Fulani terrorists expired seven years ago. Rallies for Oduduwa Nation were held in Trafalgar Square London, UK, Shagamu, and Ibadan followed by World Press Conference tagged: ‘Constitutional force majeure – activating people’s power’. The reign of terror by Buhari one of the world’s foremost dictators, was eloquently articulated during the press conference. The Am...
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By: on April 21, 2021
Religious leaders have been among the tools used in fuelling crisis to deliberately undermine the peaceful co-existence in Nigeria. These religious bigots mislead and brainwash their followers either for political or selfish reasons. They allow emotions to take over their thinking, turn their followers against non-Muslims. Boko Haram launched their jihadist group against Western education, which escalated into religious violence while thousands of lives were lost and people’s properties de...
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