Sunday, June 16, 2013

2015: Buhari as President of Nigeria? No President of BOKO HARAM? Yes

whole issue about Nigerian politics has
confirmed this first law of Nature (also
Biblical), that WHATEVER A MAN SOWS, HE
Because of this natural law, see why
these two people, Major General
Muhammadu Buhari and General
Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida who have
been on the front burner of becoming
democratically elected presidents of
Nigeria after their retirements from the
military can never be presidents, and
why Moshood Kashimawo Olawale
Abiola was not declared winner of the
1993 presidential election.
Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola
(MKO Abiola)
MKO Abiola was said to have won the
presidential elections of 1993, but was
out rightly denied his mandate.
Why? Abiola was fingered as a major
sponsor and financier of coups d'etat
across Africa (including Nigeria), where
people were killed, and democratic
institutions were either dismantled or
Major General Muhammadu Buhari
Buhari has been trying since 2003 to
become the president of Nigeria. Even
with an overwhelming support from the
North, he has not been able to achieve
his ambition.
Why? Buhari scuttled democracy in
1983, when he kicked out Alhaji Shehu
Shagari, the then elected president,
through a military coup. Nobody knows
the progress Nigeria would have made
today if not for that act of military
General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida
IBB, in almost all the election primaries
from 2003 to 2011, showed high
interest in becoming a civilian president.
He was close to it 2007 and 2011, but
was denied it by no one but this natural
Why? IBB annulled June 12 presidential
elections of 1993, which was adjudged
the freest and fairest in the history of
Nigeria. By this singular act, he
murdered democracy and–wittingly or
unwittingly–made it clear that
democracy was not worth staying in
Nigeria. He paved way for Gen. Sani
Abacha who (because he is now dead!)
is said to be the most corrupt leader in
In whatever you do today, have it at he
back of your mind that your negative
actions or inactions will hunt you down.
It may take 30 years, 40 years, or just
one day. It may be passed down to your
generation born or unborn, if at all you
escape it. But it must surely come to
pass. Therefore, live right, think right,
work right, play right … and love right.
The second law of Nature is similar to
the first: Think no evil, plan no evil, do
no evil and evil will flee from you. These
laws are incontrovertible and remain till
the end of the world.

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