The recent furore over the creation of Amotekun and the caliphate Fulani’s bull dog reaction to its existence is a clear demonstration of their unhidden agenda to keep south western Nigeria under perpetual captivity, slavery and domination. The brouhaha that trailed Amotekun has also brought about so many polemical resistance to the idea of our future debate into our coexistence, or if you prefer, separation.
Amotekun is perceived as disservice to our unity. Each argument supporting our unity seems persuasive to its adherents. The only one realm we are afraid to explore critically is the idea of what will happen if Nigeria dissolves into different nationalities in the next few years? Arrogant, selfish, greedy and hypocritical patriots often blur or collapse the potential gains, equity and freedom of separate nationalities by speaking simply of our shared bloodline and the strength of unity among competing nationalities.
In a nation of grosser and grosser inequalities dictated by a complex amalgam of internal Fulani colonialism, tiny elite domination, resource cleansing, clannish authoritarianism, unending corruption, impunity, tribal jealousies and distrust, a time must come when there would be a pre-emptive mobilisations of millions of aggrieved Nigerians whose paradise is perpetually in suspension. By who? The usual suspect of tiny, cabal-affirming, backward-looking and change resisting caliphate Fulani parasites who are in arm lock with Nigeria’s manifest destiny of greatness.
Some years ago, Prof. Ango Abdullahi, a veteran of many political combats and polemical skirmishes of his own, casting himself as tribune of popular liberties, reminds me of great souls who could fight their own battle and lend their wisdom at a time when their nations are going through manic crisis of co-existence that requires desperate solutions. He spoke of the few mileage still left for our unity. He spoke of our corruption, impunity and the excessive waste of new breed politicians who have no patriotic and moral compass to guide their actions. He must be so assured of his wisdom when he said that Lord Fredrick Lugard made a mistake in 1914!!! Our amalgamation, to Ango Abdullahi, had been tragic!!
We have to give it to this sage of a seer. Professor Abdullahi talked with the admonitory wrath of a headmaster. He talked like a honey eating prophet. He believed that too much national conferences are blinding our senses to the right solution. He said that conferences had been going on in Nigeria before our independence and countless others after independence and nothing to show for it. He was himself a national conference member in 2005 where voluble document was presented, but till date, our paradise remained postponed. He supported the quest for a fair, decent and homogenous republics for those nationalities angling to break away from failed unity we had practised for 100 years.
However, former President Goodluck Jonathan, a caliphate Fulani captive, relapsed into primitive apologetics in his own pre-emptive sortie when the national conversation initiated by him was going on. The core pledge in his address to the committee was in dissonance with Professor Abdullahi’s noble sentiment and that of millions of forward looking, rational, change-driven and progressive minded Nigerians.
Jonathan said: “I will therefore like to allay the fears of those who think the conference will call the unity of Nigeria into question. This National Discourse will strengthen our union and address issues that are often on the front burner, and are too frequently ignored. Today, we are taking historic and concrete steps that will further strengthen our understanding, expand the frontiers of our inclusiveness and deepen our bond as one people under God.”
That was cowardly Jonathan in his subservient element. Rather than crack the fundamental-driven caliphate Fulani that had held back Nigeria from the path of greatness through false rhetoric of unity, ex-President Jonathan subverted our future emancipation in his narrow quest to protect caliphate Fulani and their northernisation agenda on Nigeria.
Ex-President Jonathan’s political illiteracy foreshadowed the barbaric brute along with the cabal we have in power today. There is urgent need to unhinge Nigeria from a baleful marriage that had remained sour, barren, unhappy and dead. Our separation has to be fought in the realm of reason and not the stockpiling of arms and ammunition to start a shooting war. The South has allowed stupidity, greed and complacency to stymy their own freedom from the domination, tyranny and dictation of caliphate Fulani to the eternal alarm of our growing millennial on the social media fringe who have vowed to uproot, fight and collapse the injustice going on in Nigeria.
The fight is on in the digital stratosphere. Omoyele Sowore, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and their followers have colonised the social media fringe and are recruiting more willing followers to their noble call to disband what Kanu called the zoo.
Our growing willingness to compromise and the making of more allowance to compromise further still, has allowed the caliphate Fulani to take up the driving seat where this country is being taken on a daily ride into anarchy, endless bloodshed and unimaginable poverty. One thing that is absolutely assured is that separation will come and we can see the shadow of things to come in the rapidly unfolding impracticability of lumping different nationalities together and worse, they are crushed, shamed, humiliated and tyrannised by a caliphate Fulani central government that controls the armed forces which they deploy when it suits them to suppress other nationalities in its foolish wisdom to unite a bitterly divided people.
Nigeria in unity is a broken nation. Nigeria in unity is a wounded nation. The caliphate Fulani has built a false altar on to themselves. They want us to worship them and not bow down to other gods. But sad to say, we are not going to bow down to their crude false image of who they think they are. The south must serve its interest and its interest alone just as the caliphate had been doing since our independence.
The conjunction of the turbulent events since our independence are encouraging a new movement of nascent self-determination daily grounded in defiance, social media ambushes, protests and open call for separation. This time, the avowedly irrational politicians must yield to reason when push turns to shove! Millions of Nigerians have had enough of the myths, lies, sophistries and delusions of national cohesion divined for the furthering of avaricious accumulation of some small-minded and short term interests of cruel, careless, crusading and callous caliphate Fulani who give no dime for southern Nigeria.
We are on a disastrous course and the hour is getting late to fast forward the dissolution of Nigeria either peacefully or irruption into primordial chaos. We have to fight to remove social fetters, and from there, begin the belated journey to separate nationalities
Our unity has been a burden! Our separation is necessary. It is inevitable. Nigeria is bleeding from a million cuts: corruption, unemployment, nepotism, insecurity, feudal mind-set, kidnappings, banditry, highway robbery, judicial infamy, brutality, political impunity and moral emptiness.
The caliphate Fulani is not connected socially, spiritually and culturally with southerners. We in the south are different. We do not kill human beings for cow’s sake!! We love. We are metropolitan, urban, flexible, open and tolerant. Caliphate Fulani are Sharia-minded, cow-worshipping, insular, nomadic, conservative, primitive, vengeful, oppressive, rigid, dictators, unsubmissive, arrogant-in-power, self-gratifying, intolerant and self-hyping.
We have all been living in the dark for 60 years but a small spark of light is all we need to usher in the illuminating joy of separate destiny. Our political longitude, forever steered to favour the caliphate Fulani and their southern cronies needs to be re-navigated and the error corrected. We cannot continue to cohabit with duplicitous, conservative caliphate Fulani cabal that use intimidation, threat, propaganda, money and the use of force to deny Nigerians their right to self-determination. It is provocative when I observe a tiny, cow-loving, greedy, myopic, fear-driven, caliphate Fulani political cabal orate publicly as if Nigeria is their private fiefdom.
What we urgently require is more inclusive conversation beyond our narrow fear and prescriptive parameter, especially among caliphate Fulani ex-military officers that our unity is non-negotiable. Brexit is a shining light for us – anything can be negotiated! What is disengaging the whole raft of our national discourse is the caliphate Fulani stubbornness, dark vision, fear, greed, corruption and selfishness. It is time to wake up. We have to keep the momentum and pile the pressure and more pressure until we seize our moment.
If our unity is no longer desirable, then we have a right to go our separate ways. The narrative on the social media, on radio, editorial sounding board, studio discussions and living rooms all suggest that caliphate Fulani and southerners are no longer facing both ways. We both have to choose and make decisions, no matter how troubling.
The stronghold of our unity must come down this decade. Everything has to be renegotiated. This is the time to overcome the caliphate Fulani’s self-hyping narrative as the lord of this nation.
This time we have to reject the old habit of servility, conformity and obedience to caliphate Fulani evil manoeuvre of divide and rule. Again, the hour is getting late. President Mohammadu Buhari, get it now – our coexistence is a fraud that was concocted to empower and sustain caliphate Fulani who are enemies of separate nationalities. Our unity is a fraud. Amotekun has opened up a Pandora box of lies, deception and the crisis of our coexistence. There is a growing desire from millions of Nigerians who want separate destiny.
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