TRENDING NOW

Biafra post




Written By Kelechi Okorie | Biafra Reporter

March 01, 2021

< />

The All Progressive Congress terrorist ingrained ruling party leaders must be held accountable for the state of lawlessness and disorder ravaging Nigeria currently. This APC led regime is the first government that is openly sponsoring terrorism for ransom in the political history of Nigeria. The former CBN Deputy Governor, Mailafia, hits the nail on the head by making it open that ‘’powerful Nigerians brought in bandits, arms for civil war should Goodluck Jonathan remains in power’’. Mailafia’s position is not far fetched from the truth when one studies the present insecurity ravaging Nigeria as its unfolds day in day out.


There is a great need to understand what the former deputy governor of Central Bank of Nigeria said was correct that those used by Muhammadu Buhari to make Goodluck Jonathan’s administration ungovernable are the same people wrecking havocs in Nigeria today. Though, it might sound blizzard to some folks to accept this declassified information coming from Former EFCC boss Nuhu Ribadu, that said; bandits were created by Mohammadu Buhari to oust Goodluck Jonathan from office. According to the source, Urban Classic Media Ltd. C&S Magazine, the undiluted information extracted by Biafra Reporters has it that creation of bandits kicked off in April, 2014, when Gen. Mohammadu Buhari assembled his ardent supporters, promoters with strategy on how to remove Jonathan from office. 


Foreign foot soldiers were recruited and brought in from Mali, Senegal, Niger Republic, Chad, Libya to name but a few, Fulani leaders behind the arrangement were as follow:- Kaduna State governor - Mallam Nasir El Rufai, Sultan of Sokoto, Gen. Mahammadu Sa’ ad Abubakar (Rtd) etc. these imported Fulani bandits received their training from Nigerian Defense Academy, after which they were dispatched to various states like Ekiti state, Benue State, Kastina State, Kaduna State, Zamfara State and Borno State. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari as a terrorist promoter, threatened Goodluck Jonathan’s regime by his own wordings that “attack against Boko Haram is an attack against the North”. 


Rtd. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari's mingling with terrorist groups which his main motive is to secure Nigeria from non-Fulanis' and place it tightly into the hands of Fulani oligarchy resulted to Fulani kidnappings, raping, arson, maiming, rampaging and sacking of indigenous communities immediately Rtd. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari was sworn-in as the President of Nigeria through a dodgy election and likewise, he turned down the agreements reached with the bandits when been invited from outside Nigeria, contributed immensely to the present day social disharmony after the relationship between Miyetti Allah, Mallam Nasir El Rufai and Dambazo broke off.


Rtd. Gen. Muhammed Buhari as a close ally, promoter and supporter of radical Islam and terrorist groups called the leader of the dreaded Boko-Haram sect - Mr. Shekau Abubakar to order, to desist from bombing mosque and other Islamic structures in the North. Shekau’s refusal to the order prompted Rtd. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari created its own faction of a different terrorist group from the Boko-Haram sect, Buhari's terrorist sect were called Islamic State in West Africa Province ISWAP in April, 2016 with Al-Barnawi the son of the late Boko-Haram leader and founder Yusuf Mohammed to head the newly created terrorist sect in order to infiltrate Boko-Haram. ISWAP concentrated mainly on attacking Christians, Christian dominated villages and cities to divert attention that terrorists attacks are not targeted to a specific group of people, Christian beliefs also were heavily attacked leading to the closure of Aso-Rock Christian chapel. 


The newly created terrorist sect ISWAP were also mandated to attack military formations, over-run their barracks, take hostages and ransacked their armory, contrary from expectation, President Goodluck Jonathan conceded defeat in 2015, afterwards Gen. Muhammadu Buhari succeeded in making his government ungovernable to make Goodluck Jonathan administration look as an incompetent President before world leaders with the aid of Fulani political desperadoes. Perhaps, when Rtd. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari in the news said that the bandits are foreigners he knows what he meant, these are his own arranged terrorist foot soldiers loyal to him from all parts of Fulani dominated Africa countries. Many Fulani politicians in Northern Nigeria have their own trained terrorist groups, as a private business enterprise. In Northern Nigeria terrorism is the most lucrative business as the acquisition of sophisticated fire arms makes it easier for them in life rather than through the acquisition of education like the Southerns do.  


The serious security migraine Nigeria is having today can never be cured forever as firearms and terrorism have lingered in the country to the level of no return, come to talk of when government is aiding and abating terrorism openly. That is why the Nigerian Presidency are gaily in support of bandits, killer herdsmen etc, it wasn’t by surprise that Minister of Information and Culture, Mr. Lai Mohammed insisted that the Fulani bandits and their hideouts can’t be destroyed due to climate change. The same way school children were kidnapped by the same Fulani bandits is not a new thing as it happens even developed countries like the United States of America. Government preferred to have better consultation between bandits, terrorists, and Fulani herdsmen, the federal government and the security agencies hence, and destroying bandits hideouts is not the best option. The minister noted. 


As it stands now, in Nigeria; disarmament and arms control can’t be curtail or actualize because of the complicity of those at the corridors of power in one way or the other will trigger anarchy soonest. The Bauchi state governor, Bala Mohammed claimed that Fulani herdsmen have right to posses AK-47 together with his counterpart Zanfara state governor with notion that all bandits are not criminals has shown that they are all behind the banditry ravaging the country. Nigeria is on the verge of explosion, federal, state and individuals owned terrorist groups was the reason Northern political leaders are defending what is not defendable for monsters they themselves created.


Edited by Ndubuisi Eke

Twitter Handle: @NdubuisiEke07


Published by Anyi Kings 

Reach Anyi for your article via 

Twitter Anyikingsl 

Facebook Anyi kings 

Istagram @Anyi_Best 

E-mail  anyikings57@gmail.com

Biafra post

 



By Kelechi Okorie | Biafra Reporter
March 01, 2021

Disheartening report from International Society for Civil Liberty and Rule of Law - Intersociety, few day ago exposed the rag-tag Nigerian military atrocities meted out against indigenous Biafran women who were airlifted from Obigbo, Rivers State, last October, during the #EndSARS protest that took place almost in all the states in Nigeria, against the Nigerian Police Force brutality on her citizens. So far, IPOB has secured the release of over two hundred and ten (210), innocent Biafrans illegally arrested by the Nigerian Army of perdition. Hundreds and thousands of Biafrans were illegally detained by the joint police and military forces in Obigbo, Rivers State.

Among the illegally arrested were fifty six (56), young and married women who were forced and taken as sex slaves for the Fulani officers, Intersociety noted. There is much expected perplexity as fear gripped those illegally detained Biafran women may have contacted sexually transmitted diseases as evidences abound through confirmation by the victims that most ladies were randomly gang raped by the Nigeria soldiers why in detention facility - Mogadishu Barracks, Asokoro, Abuja. The detained women underwent inhuman degradation as reported by Intersociety that they were not only raped also forced to wear same underwear for over four months.

During his 25th February 2021 broadcast, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra - IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, angrily asked; how many Fulani women are in Nigerian detentions?. The question was directed to Igbo politicians though, specifically to staunch Fulani happy slave boy - the Ohaneze Ndigbo’s President General, Prof. George Obiozor. Listeners were made to know that times are difference, he further said “we are entering the darkest stage of our struggle therefore, everybody must be extra careful.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu continues; army and police don’t have bandits in their detention centers, who are indiscriminately killing innocent civilians without remorse but one hundred and nine (109), Biafrans are languishing in Alpha-Commando Barracks Suleja, Niger State.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu seriously warned the Nigerian government and her brute terrorist Nigerian Army on the assassination attempt on the life of International human right lawyer cum IPOB legal luminary Bar. Richard Okoroafor by suspected government assassins along Suleja-Bida road after his assessment and investigation carried out on innocent Biafran Obigbo detainees still in Nigerian military secret dungeon. According to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, he alleged that the sole purpose of the government's assassination attempt on the life of IPOB legal luminary was to cow IPOB lawyers not to stand out on their professional duty in defense of IPOB family members illegally detained in various secret dungeons across the Nigeria board.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu lamented the rationale behind the malicious incessant killings and arrest of IPOB members whenever they assemble for meeting but same federal government security can’t go after Fulani bandits and herdsmen who kills at will; going further, according to IPOB leader said, the Indigenous People of Biafra are doing what federal government doesn’t like that is why they are been hunted while Fulani bandits and herdsmen are doing what FG wants which make it palatable for them to be treated with kid's glove.

Biafra Reporters learnt that, most attacks carried out by unknown gunmen against policemen on duty could be unconnected with police and army brutality against innocent civilians slaughtered unjustly in Obigbo and Lekki Tollgate respectively during the #EndSARS peaceful protests. Maybe, the deceased family that lost their love ones are taking revenge against the security formations in the country after the long awaited compensation or commemoration from the government but to no avail.

The complicity of FG to address Fulani herdsmen menace and police/army brutality in the defunct Eastern region of Nigeria prompted Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to give out a forty (40), days ultimatum dismantling any form of checkpoints in Biafra land or face the wrath of the people thereof after the expiration date. Both Tom and Harry have seen, insecurity in Nigeria is cause by FG’s hypocrisy, Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed bragged that bandits can’t be proscribe in Nigeria because they don’t go by the name, likewise, their hideout can’t be destroyed to avoid ecosystem been affected, It’s severely open, that the rogue APC regime of atrocity is behind the looming anarchy and proliferation of arms in today's Nigeria.

No one can deny this obvious fact the grand plan by Fulani oligarchy is not just subjugating of the Igbo race but also to wipe them out from the surface of the earth if nothing is been done urgently. Nobody can deny the fact that the Nigerian government wants to test the Indigenous People of Biafra resolve, Mrs Ezediara Maria Chiaka, who went to deliver food to the illegally Biafran detainees in Imo State security command Owerri, was reported to have been detained, alongside the Ikeduru women leader who was separately arrested by Imo State CID, till the time of filling this report they haven't been release to their family members while Sheikh Gumi who knows bandits in and out is walking freely, this injustice might reverse IPOB peaceful approach to be violent should time not taken and once that is done something deadlier than monster will definitely sprig up from the east.

Edited by Ndubuisi Eke
Twitter Handle: @NdubuisiEke07


Published by Anyi Kings 

Reach Anyi for your article via 

Twitter Anyikingsl 

Facebook Anyi kings 

Istagram @Anyi_Best 

E-mail  anyikings57@gmail.com

Biafra post

 



FRANKLY SPEAKING

Sir, there are many nationalities in the cooked-up country called Nigeria; non likes to take over others’ land. ONLY the Fulani want to take over other people’s land. So where is Fulaniland so that we too can go and live there? Thanx” – Regular SUNDAY VANGUARD reader, February 21, 2021



As someone who had lived and worked in all the four corners of Nigeria, as well as places in between, I had long been puzzled by one astonishing fact which is often ignored by everybody when discussing our current ethnic conflicts. I have travelled all over the country, visiting, on average, twenty-eight states a year during a ten-year-period.


Still, the same fact keeps staring me in the face. Yet for one personal reason – to which I will get shortly – my mind refused to acknowledge this vital but inconvenient truth. And, the truth is there is no place in the whole of Nigeria one can call Fulani land. None.



Go state by state, zone by zone, and you will discover specific parts of the Nigerian territory which are recognised as land belonging to particular ethnic groups – no matter how small in size and number. Before and while working on my book IBRAHIM B BABANGINDA 1985-1992: LETTING A THOUSAND FLOWERS BLOOM, I had taken a keen interest in documenting ALL the ethnic groups in this country.



It has taken me over 30 years to gather the list on page 373 of that book. From A-Z, starting with Abonema and ending in Zuru, 85 ethnic groups have so far been identified, including the Adara people of Kaduna State. Despite a few trips to various areas of the state, the Adara, whose presence was revealed to me recently by Obadaiah Mailafia, escaped my attention. I am sure there are more to come – otherwise we have been deceiving ourselves about the number of nationalities we have in Nigeria.



About one thing however, nobody can fool me. All the other people known to me have a definite geographical location in this country they and others call their own. It is easy for most Nigerians to identify Yoruba, Ibo, Ijaw, Tiv, Kanuri, Berom, Efik, Igala and Ibibio etc lands – among the large ethnic groups. What most people, however, cannot know is how even some small nationalities have very strict historical geographical territories they call their own. Two examples will help to illustrate the point.



From Keffi to Toto in Nasarawa State, less than 60 kilometers apart, about three or four ethnic groups have occupied that territory from time immemorial. Indigenes of those places, including those who have never been there, still claim the places as their own.


Till his death, our late Prince Tony Momoh, as well as others like him, claimed to be from Afemnai – despite the fact that he spent less than one percent of his time on earth in that place. He never claimed Lagos where he spent the vast majority of his time in this side of the grave. About 45 kilometers separate Auchi, the headquarters of Afemnai people from Oke and Sabon Gida Ora – where some of the Ishan people call home all their lives – even if they don’t know where they are.



Remarkably, nobody disputes (or has disputed) the ownership of these places with their ancestral owners. Most conflicts, including violent ones, occur at the boundary of two groups. There is never any disagreement between Beroms and their ethnic neighbours about the core territory of each group. The single national exception to everything written above is the Fulani. To be candid, there is no Fulani land in Nigeria.


The lack of an ancestral territory has forced the Fulani to spread all over the country in search of parcels of land to grab. It cannot be otherwise. Usman Dan Fodio, 1754-1817, started it all. And briefly, here was the history of how we started on the long journey which has brought us to the brink of an all-out-war today. Just remember what a great historian said.



“History is, indeed, little more than the register of the crimes, follies and misfortunes of mankind” – Edward Gibbons, 1734-1794, VANGUARD BOOK OF QUOTATIONS, P 92.


Two among the crimes of mankind got us on the way to where we are. The British came from the South holding the Bible and guns to conquer the nationalities below the Niger and Benue rivers. The Islamic Jihadists came from the Middle East with Quran and also guns to subjugate the inhabitants of the parts of the North now called Northern Nigeria. Englishmen never laid claim to any land in the geographical space which in 1914 became Nigeria. They left in 1960.



The Islamic Jihadists, led by Dan Fodio, stayed, and after conquering the largest Northern ethnic group – the Hausa – forced them to help capture and subjugate several other nationalities. The only major exception were the Kanuri of Borno State. Under their traditional ruler, El-Kanemi, Kanuriland remains “the land of the unconquered” till today. No El-Kanemi will ever accept the Sultan of Sokoto as his superior.


The Fulani, as Dan Fodio’s descendants were called, immediately established an apartheid social and political system under which people of every other ethnic group were second class citizens; Fulani were first class. The amalgamation of North and South in 1914 and the British scheme to hand over to the Fulani-led North was the final step towards covert legitimisation of Nigerian apartheid; which was only a little bit better than the South African version.



Under Ahmadu Bello and Alhaji Shehu Shagari, the Fulani superiority complex was mooted. Power was shared fairly evenly with other ethnic groups. Other Northern leaders – Gowon, Mohammed, Babangida, Abacha, Abubakar and Yar’Adua – were enlightened benevolent dictators and they avoided rubbing salt on injury with even-handed distribution of power during their regimes. And, that explained why the resentment of Fulani domination of the North had not led to open confrontation until now.


Buhari’s election as President changed everything. With the first 40 to 60 appointments he made, Buhari had demonstrated that his own was going to be a government of the Fulani, by the Fulani and mostly for the Fulani. Without realising it, his response to the genocides in Enugu State and Agatu in 2016 was a wake-up call to all other Nigerians who had ignored a growing problem.



“Dan Fodio was a Fulani descendant of a Torodbe family that was well-established in Hausaland” -WIKIPEDIA


This brings us to the question asked by our reader above – “where is Fulani land?” The obvious and honest answer to that question is this. “There is no Fulani land in the whole of Nigeria. After first of all establishing the Caliphate in Sokoto, and from there capturing several communities, they failed to hold any particular geographical area as their new homeland.




Instead, they were contented to appoint Emirs and Serikis as rulers of the people and they demanded and received the right to graze their cattle anywhere. Until 1967, there was very little dispute about that. Even places which were not conquered by the Islamic Jihadists allowed them free grazing right down to the water front in the South.


“Anyone who controls the army controls the nation” – Ahmadu Bello



(IBRAHIM B BABANGIDA 1985-1992: LETTING A THOUSAND FLOWERS FLOW, Pg 22)


Until 1966, the Fulani had undisputed hold on power. The first coup changed that. The second coup in 1967 which ended with Gowon, an Ngas from Lur, a small ethnic group from Plateau State, who was surrounded by officers from other small tribes, was the beginning of the end of Fulani political power hegemony.


Ahmadu Bello, a descendant of Dan Fodio, had inadvertently shown young men from other nationalities how to reduce Fulani political power. Get armed. Alhaji Shehu Shagari, another Fulani, was tossed out by officers from minority tribes. They installed General Buhari, a Fulani; and again removed him 20 months after.



Yar’Adua, another Fulani, was imposed by Obasanjo – not his kinsmen. Finally, Buhari would not have defeated Jonathan even in 2015 if the progressives of the South-West had not led a coalition of political adventurers to persuade Buhari to run one more time. For all concerned, the decision to field Buhari was a monumental blunder. It has led us to where we are now.


But, remember this. Fulani now occupy every “forest” they can find because, unlike the rest of us, they have no land anywhere in Nigeria to call their own.



To be continued…


Published by Anyi Kings 

Reach Anyi for your article via 

Twitter Anyikingsl 

Facebook Anyi kings 

Istagram @Anyi_Best 

E-mail  anyikings57@gmail.com