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April 20 2020 | The Biafra Restoration Voice

"Abba Kyari's illness may collapse Nigeria"
~John Campbell

Nigeria has been without a president since the death of Muhammadu Buhari three years ago. It must be remembered that at the time of Buhari's death in 2017, Aso Rock was on lockdown for three months, due to the dismantling of the security doors that bore his biometrics, to ensure access to the presidential office, and replacing them with that of "his Chief of Staff" in 2017.

No Presidential media chat was held over the period in question, and no meaningful explanation was given for anything, quite unlike when Buhari was alive.

Many Nigerians attributed this rare development to the highly challenging health situation of the late President Mohammadu Buhari. But, it turned out that the shove metamorphosed into a push, when stranger-than-fiction occurrences began to be an integral part of the daily experience with the young Buhari Administration, which prompted a number of people to look inwards, and make certain observations.

It was then established that the usual practice of comprehensive address on the state of the nation was no longer existent.

There has never been any live interaction, or even close contact with the president, rather, it has been an endless cycle of deceit, including, but not limited to one disgraceful Photoshop or the other of the late President, as supervised, or directed by "the Chief of Staff", while the world watched in amusement.

Nigerians have been raped and their Commonwealth looted with such impunity and reckless abandon unknown to human history. It has been Fulani terroristic conquest and expansionism, coupled with reign of terror.

The fight against terrorism has become a huge economic conduct pipe to drain the nation of her scarce resources. The country has been bled to a point of no recovery.

She staggers under the heavy burden of foreign and domestic debts and her foreign reserve almost completely depleted. Unarmed civilians are shot and killed at will by the Nigerian Military and Police Forces.

Forced disappearances are a common place. Thousands of women are forced into widowhood while millions innocent children of are made fatherless. The war against terrorism has become a war by the government terrorists against the populace.

The killer Herdsmen, Boko Haram, ISIS West Africa, Al Qaeda in the Maghreb, etc do not only have a free ride across the length and breadth of the land, but are heavily sponsored, motivated, rewarded, and applauded by the government for killing and pillaging measurelessly and mercilessly. Members are handsomely rewarded.

Constantly, these killers are given Presidential treats, and recruited into the Nigerian Military and Police Forces, to continue their mindless massacre against the defenceless and innocent citizens. Hunger and diseases have continued to ravage the land.

Millions of indigenous people have fled their homes and are presently refugees in their own land, on the account of their faith.

Women are raped, children not spared by the Jihadists sword while Aso Rock not only gives a nod, but tacitly applauds.

Ministry of Finance and Office of the Accountant General of the Federation have been burnt down even under lockdown, just to cover up all the unimaginable lootings.

Nigeria has won the "prestigious honour" of being the World's Capital of poverty, Corruption, most dangerous place for a Christian to live, according to global rating.

The continuous existence of Nigeria is obviously a threat to her citizens and humanity at large as she has become the official breeding grounds for terrorism, criminalities, poverty and religious extremism in the world.

For the second time after three years Aso Rock is on lockdown again. The Chinese are dismantling Abba Kyari’s biometrics to install that of the new "Chief of Staff", Kingibe.

What's the use of a government that doesn't protect lives and properties of her citizens? What is the legitimacy of a government that flourishes in lies and deceit? What is the essence of the existence of a government that pursues and facilitates the mass murder (extermination) of certain parts of the country, for the benefit of foreigners, who are of the same religious inclination with the imposturous gangsters and bandits at the helm of affairs?

Shall we continue in this endless cycle agony and slavery? Shall we not say enough is enough? Where is the conscience of the media? Why the criminal silence?

When will the constituent regions rise up to take charge of their regions? Shall we wait until we are all dead? Why the seeming conspiracy across board? When will enough be enough? Let the people rise up and march against the reign of terror and anarchy, being perpetrated in the name Late President Muhammadu Buhari!

Is it not time for the entrapped nations to fly the flag of freedom? Is it not time to end this mess called Nigeria?

If we do not rise to retrieve what belongs to us, now that we still have some breath left in us, is it when we are dead completely that we shall possess our possession?

It is clear that the reference made by John Campbell to Abba Kyari as the Chief of Staff, was beyond the ordinary, as the diplomatic world knew that Abba Kyari was indeed, the "secret president" of Nigeria, whose death was bound to tip the apple cart of government in Nigeria, as we presently see it doing. Of course, "the zoo has fallen".

Written by:
Mazi Elekwachi Ude
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

Edited by:
Okwunna Okongwu
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: The Biafra Restoration Voice - TBRV

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