Nigeria: [June 12]: The Shambolic Snail Democratic Renaissance In Nigeria Politics

Written By Kelechi Okorie | Biafra Reporter | June 15, 2020

The dubious rebirth of snail democracy in Nigeria politics over military rule in 1999 may have cause Abraham Lincoln, founder of democracy to cry out loud in his grave for extending the modern system of government to Nigeria. Yes! Europe no doubt has their own share of blame on their bastardized roles for Africa underdevelopment more especially, medieval era of colonialism and imperialism. As the case may be, in reality every man is the architect of his fortune. Underdevelopment of Africa by Europe was caused by few self-centered Africans.

Historically, contemporary world politics has proven beyond reasonable doubt that Fulani hegemony with conquest ideology remains the major reason West Africa at large and Nigeria in particular is dummy and deliberately non-functional with unintelligent Fulani ventriloquists as political elites at the helms of affairs, it impedes the region to neither moves right nor left whereas, many democratic nations of the world are perfectly flourishing, advancing in science and technology unlike deceptive Nigeria civil military democracy.

Democracy is a government of the people by the people and for the people. In terms of comparative political analysis, democracy in Nigeria is a government of Fulani terrorists by the nomadic Fulani kleptomaniacs and for the deceptive Fulani Photoshop against the masses. Nigerians thought transition from military rule to quasi civil military rule will somehow, elevates the standard of living; on the other way round, eradicates maladministration in Nigeria politics; but little did they know that snail cannot walk more than its coiled shell as a hermaphroditic slow animal. It is insulting comparing Fulanized backward democracy with European advanced democracy. In fact, Fulanis' are naturally born kleptomaniacs, only good at looting the nation treasuries dry than good governance. Shameful, twenty-one [21] years after a brutal sadist Nazism in guise of democracy, Nigeria cannot be proud of decent democracy and her rule of law under siege.

Fear of  the Yoruba race to stand tall against adversities remains the major obstacle why Nigeria is crawling. The long history of military rule in Nigeria and Ibrahim Badamosi Babagida’s [IBB], dribbled systematic power toppled from Chief M.K.O Abiola of Social Democratic Party SDP, against peoples mandate ought to have been a sufficient warning that Nigeria stand as a failed state, is impossible to survive decent democracy. This can easily be trace back when the tragedy of the Interim National Government was also toppled. M.K.O Abiola misunderstood the danger parleying with Fulani dangerous customers like Gen. Sani Abacha and Babangida, before he could know what happened he is more or less riding on the back of tigers.

The Fulani political deception against the Yoruba political juggernauts has not been forgotten, June 12th 1993 election is one of it, known as the "Third Republic Election" annulment was caused by Chief M.K.O Abiola’s conspiracy against his own brother Chief Ernest Shonekan then head of interim national government that was also toppled. M.K.O Abiola’s series of indoor meetings where he pledged allegiance to Gen. Sani Abacha to take power over from Chief Ernest Shonekan. The plan was to handover the reins of government to him the next day to which also backfired against him, it remains the same game of deciet the Fulani political class played against the Yoruba political puppets as elites.

The same Fulani political gimmicks M.K.O Abiola worked for against his brother Chief Ernest Shonekan killed him. Yet, the Yoruba race seems not to have learnt any lesson for allowing similar political history to repeat itself again. Fulani did same to Chief Obafemi Awolowo and later charged him with treason. The current Vice President of Nigeria Prof. Yemi Osibanjo currently is missing in action and events, who knows maybe the Fulani oligarchy have ordered for his murder or maybe have even murdered him so as to pave way in order to concentrate political power within their region perhaps. The Yoruba nation is either afraid to speak up or maybe due to their long aged loyalist to the Fulani Supreme Sokoto Caliphate.

It would have been far better had Nigeria remains in military rule than a quasi theory democracy, while practically military decrees is viable contrary to democratic norms. From civil military democracy to undemocratic widow’s succession system militates against the lay down democratic structure and code of conduct, it pins Nigeria down and from moving forward. Without the Yoruba race to wake up from her slumber, Nigeria would not see the light of the day, her social contract to remain Fulani stooge always triggers the backwardness of Nigeria as a failed state. Fulani deception against Yoruba has been a political culture in Nigeria politics, the deceit called June 12  democracy day speech delivered by a young look alike cat impersonating late Gen. Mohammadu Buhari, was a broad-day light rape of democracy courtesy of Yoruba media preponderant.

First did Nigerian people or government ever swear or sworn M.K.O Abiola in as the authentic President of Nigeria in the annals of history? So Fulani wants to immortalize a man that they - the Fulani openly robbed of his mandate and poisoned him with tea, same Fulani through Mustapha killed the wife of M.K.O Abiola - Mrs. Kudirat Abiola in order to make sure that nothing called the Abiolas' will ever ask for their mandate to be restored. The sham June 12th broadcast by Aisha Buhari's boyfriend simply depicts that Nigeria does not have both President and Vice President. Gullible Nigerians cannot revolt but were seen protesting against the untimely tragic dead of George Floyd, who was murdered by US racist policemen, but are incapable of doing same against series of atrocities committed by her own government. Hypocrisy and deceit either by government or people is unhealthy detriments to advance democracy.

Edited by Ndubuisi Eke
Twitter Handle: @NdubuisiEke07

Published by Chinwe Korie
Twitter: @ckorie17


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