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  • Why is Obasanjo, IBB, Abdulsalam and other silent on the Biafra agitation? - Doyin Okupe writes
  • In a new article titled 'ABUJA: The City of the
    Emperor', Doyin Okupe writes on the growing
    agitation of the Nnamdi Kanu led IPOB Groopu
    and why elder statesmen are all keeping quite in
    the face of the looming disaster. Read his article
    below....
    There is indeed a "god" in Abuja. He is a very
    prideful and powerful god and his head office is in
    the Villa, the seat of power.
    Unlike Jehovah God, it does not give liberty to his
    subjects to exercise their will. He is captivating,
    imposing and compelling, forcing his will at
    random on his subjects and their subordinates.
    During President Obasanjo's tenure, a very senior
    minister and a distinguished gentleman, during a
    period of national crisis, got up and with all his
    weight slammed the Presidents table and retorted
    vociferously " Mr President, after God in this
    country, it is you,your word is law.!" When I
    heard that statement I knew it was god of Abuja
    that was speaking through the Hon. minister.
    Abuja itself is a Jerusalem of some sort. For as
    mountains souround Jerusalem, so they also
    souround Abuja, Also making it a naturally
    fortified city and giving a sense of comfort and
    safety to its Inhabitants . ( I pray my brother Femi
    fanikayode does not read this piece. if he does
    he will call me definitely to correct me about the
    comparison between the Holy city of Jerusalem
    and Abuja!!)
    The Abuja god and the water tight security of
    Abuja often times make the custodians of power
    make inadvertent misjudgements about the
    situations elsewhere in the country. And I should
    know haven been a victim and witness to such
    misjudgements several times while around the
    corridors of power.
    This morning I could not withhold the tears from
    my eyes when I saw the video of thousands of
    ibos, mostly youths, waving Biafran Flags and
    chanting in Nnamdi Kanu's compound "all we are
    saying is give us Biafra"
    I cried because I empathised with them and I
    wondered how we managed to push a people to
    such a position of hopelessness and despair. I
    also fearfully wondered if by any act of
    commission or ommission I have played any role
    in this ignoble act (s).
    Last week I wrote an open letter to the acting
    President . one of my recommendations was that
    the federal government meets with IPOB
    leadership and southeast stakeholders.
    unfortunately the God of Abuja speaking through
    the Ag. President said" the IPOB leaders are not
    members of the leaders if thought in the
    southeast".
    Yet in a country with a sitting government, the
    IPOB Leadership gives a sit at home order and it
    is obeyed in totality by the entire Igbo Nation.
    It has come to a sad point today that the IGBO
    and the actions or inaction of Prof Yemi Osinbajo
    will define the future of Nigeria.
    Yet I believe that there are still living legends of
    our time in this country who can move in to stop
    this dangerous insidious slipping into darkness.
    Why is obasanjo quiet? why is there no sound
    from IBB? What happened to soldier turned
    diplomat, Gen Abdusalam? Not a word from Gen
    Danjuma, Gen Gowon, Adamu Ciroma
    Alex Ekweme, Chief Akinjide, Alani Akinriade and
    others?????
    If all the above elders and leaders who know the
    ropes stand aloof, why can't the Ag. President
    take counsel from them privately and individually
    and deliver himself from the god of Abuja who
    always misleads his subjects until they are
    removed one way or the other.
    This is no longer an Igbo affair. It is a total
    NIGERIAN PROBLEM. Lets all put hands and
    heads together and find a solution, any peaceful
    solution before this impending National disaster
    overtakes our nation.
    In the meantime let the rest of the nation go on
    our knees and pray for Prof Osinbajo that the God
    of creation, who is greater than all other gods and
    who has saddled him, as Ag. President with the
    responsibility to lead the country at this time to
    give him the divine wisdom courage and genuine
    helpers to see our nation through these difficult
    times.

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