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Nigeria’s Terrorist Government and the People By David Umahi For Biafra Writers 24th February 2021 That the current Nigerian government is run by Fulani terrorists is no longer in doubt. In black and white, Nigerian government has been hijacked by a Fulani cabal and is being used judiciously as an instrument of terror to the indigenous people. Every intelligent body – local and international – knows this for sure. How the indigenous peoples of Nigeria and the international community will react to this anomaly and the threat it poses to mankind thus becomes a pertinent question. Many years ago, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his freedom-fighting outfit, Indigenous people of Biafra, saw the handwriting on the wall and began to sound the drum of warning but like the biblical Noah, they were ridiculed and ignored. Kanu severally pointed out the 2001 barbaric declaration of Muhammadu Buhari, “I will continue to show openly and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping all over Nigeria. God willing, we will not stop the agitation for the total implementation of the Sharia in the country”. That Boko Haram nominated Buhari as their negotiator still wasn’t enough to ignite the people’s consciousness. Buhari and his fellow irredentists called on their brothers in the military to brace up for a war against Christians, and followed up on that by asking Muslims to vote for Muslims. Acting out the script, his goons obeyed him and went on rampage when he lost election in 2011, killing fellow Nigerians as if they were fowls. Today we see these foot soldiers in the guise of cattle herders raping, kidnapping, killing, and renaming communities to reflect Fulani colony while being escorted by the police and army. We see government handing money to terrorists under the pretext of paying ransom, and even recruiting them into the army with the claim they have repented. While all these are going on, the police, army, navy and air force are hunting for Eastern Security Network (ESN) – a security outfit set up by the people to protect them against Fulani terrorists operating from the forests. One then begins to wonder the path to safety. What will the people do? What will the international community do? An injury to one is an injury to all. Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie Publisher - Charles Opanwa
Nigeria’s Terrorist Government and the People By David Umahi For Biafra Writers 24th February 2021 That the current Nigerian government is run by Fulani terrorists is no longer in doubt. In black and white, Nigerian government has been hijacked by a Fulani cabal and is being used judiciously as an instrument of terror to the indigenous people. Every intelligent body – local and international – knows this for sure. How the indigenous peoples of Nigeria and the international community will react to this anomaly and the threat it poses to mankind thus becomes a pertinent question. Many years ago, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his freedom-fighting outfit, Indigenous people of Biafra, saw the handwriting on the wall and began to sound the drum of warning but like the biblical Noah, they were ridiculed and ignored. Kanu severally pointed out the 2001 barbaric declaration of Muhammadu Buhari, “I will continue to show openly and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping all over Nigeria. God willing, we will not stop the agitation for the total implementation of the Sharia in the country”. That Boko Haram nominated Buhari as their negotiator still wasn’t enough to ignite the people’s consciousness. Buhari and his fellow irredentists called on their brothers in the military to brace up for a war against Christians, and followed up on that by asking Muslims to vote for Muslims. Acting out the script, his goons obeyed him and went on rampage when he lost election in 2011, killing fellow Nigerians as if they were fowls. Today we see these foot soldiers in the guise of cattle herders raping, kidnapping, killing, and renaming communities to reflect Fulani colony while being escorted by the police and army. We see government handing money to terrorists under the pretext of paying ransom, and even recruiting them into the army with the claim they have repented. While all these are going on, the police, army, navy and air force are hunting for Eastern Security Network (ESN) – a security outfit set up by the people to protect them against Fulani terrorists operating from the forests. One then begins to wonder the path to safety. What will the people do? What will the international community do? An injury to one is an injury to all. Edited by Nelson Ofokar Yagazie Publisher - Charles Opanwa

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