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  • Is Nigeria a free nation or a conquered vassal state?
  • I freed a thousand slaves. I could have freed a
    thousand more if only they knew they were
    slaves”- Harriet Tubman.
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as a free
    nation when Sheik Othman Dan Fodio, the hero
    of the core Muslim north, the father of the Fulani
    Caliphate and the first Mahdi of Nigeria, once
    said,
    “Allah has bestowed on me and my people the
    historic duty to spread the holy faith of the
    Prophet throughout the Caliphate and convert
    these pagans. If they refuse to accept Allah and
    his Prophet we will wash the earth, the forests,
    the mountains, the rivers and the streams with
    their pagan blood. Ours is a holy and righteous
    calling. We are doing the work of Allah”.
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as a free
    nation when Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Saurdana of
    Sokoto, the Premier of the Northern Region and
    the second Mahdi of Nigeria, once said,
    “The new nation called Nigeria should be an
    estate of our great grandfather Othman Dan
    Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of
    power. We use the minorities in the north as
    willing tools and the south as conquered
    territory and never allow them to rule over us
    and never allow them to have control over their
    future”.
    What portion do those of us that are southerners
    and Middle Belters have in this so-called “free
    country” and why have we been consistently
    denied the right to decide whether we wish to
    remain in it by having a referendum?
    Were we born to be slaves whilst others were
    born to rule? God forbid it. My Christian faith
    teaches me that I am the head and not the tail.
    Permit me to share some bitter truths here.
    I repeat, Nigeria is not a nation. As a matter of
    fact she was NEVER a nation. She is and has
    always been a monumental fraud and a
    manifestation of colonial Britain’s doublespeak
    and deceit.
    In 1947 she was rightly described as a “mere
    geographical expression” by Chief Obafemi
    Awolowo but since then she has degenerated
    even further.
    Today she is is no longer a “mere geographical
    expression” but instead a fully-fledged and
    dysfunctional vassal state and a colony of timid
    slaves that is owned lock, stock and barrel by
    the all-powerful, all-seeing and all-knowing
    Fulani hegemonists. Yet in their pitiful delusion
    and blissful ignorance some still claim that we
    are a free modern nation-state where all are
    equal. My questions for those that actually
    believe this nonsensical assertion and that
    espouse this erroneous notion are as follows:
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    Christian Religious Knowldge (CRK) is removed
    from the curriculum and Islamic Arabic Studies
    (IAS) is made compulsory?
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    the words Christ, Church, Christianity or
    Christian are not mentioned ONCE in the
    Constitution and when the word Sharia is
    mentioned 73 times, Grand Khadi 54 times,
    Islam 29 times and Muslims 10 times?
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    the Federal Government refuses to arrest the
    recalcitrant Arewa youths and lock them ALL up
    for their implicit threat to commit genocide
    against the Igbo if they don’t leave the north by
    1st October?
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    the Arewa youths can send an open letter to the
    Acting President describing the entire Igbo race
    as ingrates who have “not learnt their lessons
    from the past” and who “ought to be thrown out
    of the north” and “out of Nigeria?”
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    the the Northern Youth Leaders Forum (NYLF)
    can tell the Federal Government that “Nigeria
    will boil”, that there will be “a crisis that will
    spiral beyond control if the Arewa youths are
    arrested” and that “the Presidency will not be
    allowed to go to the South under any
    circumstances in 2019?”
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    well-armed militants and herdsmen commit
    genocide against whole communities and yet
    not one of them has been arrested?
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    cows (yes cows!) drive children out of their
    classrooms in Edo and drive worshippers out of
    their churches in Benue?
    How can anyone describe Nigeria as free when
    those in power today together with the entire
    Hausa-Fuani ruling class have consistently said
    no to restructuring?
    I could go on and on. What those that
    continuously threaten others with violence and
    carnage fail to appreciate is as follows: For
    every mujahadeen there is a crusader. For every
    tyrant there is a deliverer. For every oppressor
    there is a freedom fighter. For every globalist
    there is a nationalist.
    For every integrationist, there is a separatist.
    For every lily-livered and chicken-hearted
    coward there is a courageous and valiant hero
    and for every Goliath there is a David. Yet
    despite our collective and pitiful servitude there
    is a silver lining on this very dark cloud. The
    demand for restructuring or, failing that, self-
    determination and full-blown independence is
    now very strong amongst the progressive forces
    and the long-oppressed ethnic nationalities in
    the land.
    This, coupled with the demand by the leaders of
    the three southern zones that the Arewa youths
    must withdraw their threat to the Igbo, is
    commendable and historic.
    They have also issued a timely warning that an
    attack on the Igbo would be deemed as an
    attack on the entire south. This gives us hope.
    Simply put, the yoke and affliction of slavery and
    bondage shall soon be broken and Nigeria shall
    soon be free. The first Nigerian civil war was
    about keeping Nigeria one. The second will be
    about winning our freedom.

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