Danger: Nigeria Is Sitting On A Keg Of Gun Powder Part 2

Danger: Nigeria Is Sitting On A Keg Of Gun Powder Part 2
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By: Odumodu Gbulagu

Buhari’s coming to power brought unnecessary hardship and untold terror to the citizens of Nigeria. He stifled freedom of speech, stopped obeying court orders, jailed journalists, yet people praised him and said Nigeria needs a dictator and not a democrat.

Now that he has won and Next level has fully commenced, things have taken a different turn. Some of the people that helped him to power are now in detention. He closed the Southern border and left open the Northern side

Theophilus Danjuma, Nigeria Former Minister of Defence and a retired Army General asked Nigerians to defend themselves against the murderous Fulani herdsmen and stop relying on the security agencies because they provide cover for the herdsmen and even facilitate their movements.
Still, people made light of his exposé.

Former Head of State Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has countlessly talked about Fulanisation and Islamisation agenda in Nigeria, but some people thought he was political.

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Amnesty International has on many occasions voiced out concerns about the happenings in our polity, but they were sacked by the military for daring to talk before the government brought them back because of backlashes.

Fulani herdsmen have been christened Bandits, and they are still on the prowl, the Buhari led government has refused to investigate, arrest and prosecute them, instead the security agencies have continued to give them guard to kill more.

The June 1, 2019, executive order signed by Buhari withdrawing from Nigerians the licence of all legally issued firearms and leaving automatic weapons in the hands of the Fulani herdsmen/Bandits is not for nothing.

Nigeria is a ticking time bomb, and if it explodes, Somalia and Afghanistan
combined will be a child’s play.

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