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THE FULANISATION OF NIGERIA AND THE PERFIDY OF THE BRITISH (PART 1)

Mr. Gwnfor Evans MP, the great Welsh politician, lawyer and author and the leader of Plaid Cymru, the Welsh nationalist party, for no less than 36 years before he passed on in 2005, made the following historic and profound observation many years ago. He said,

” ‘Britishness’ is a political synonym for ‘Englishness’ which extends the English culture over the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish”.

As a student of English and European history and one that was not only trained and educated by the British from the age of 7 but that is also highly conversant with their system and their ways, I can confirm that Evans is absolutely right.

His words are relevant to our situation in Nigeria as well and, in many ways, has some application here. Read more…

VAMPIRE BY NIGHT, WEREWOLF BY DAY

This message is for the Believers, for the Christian Faithful and for the Body of Christ.

I chose to share it today because it is Ash Wednesday and the beginning of the annual Lent fast.

May the Lord open our eyes, may He deliver us from evil and may He hear our prayers.

More than at any time in the history of our nation this is the time to fast, pray and call on the name of our God who is the Lord of the Universe, the God of All Flesh and the Creator of All Things.

I say this because the fight against evil in our nation and the struggle for good governance is not just political but it is also spiritual.

As a matter of fact it is even more spiritual than political because the spiritual CONTROLS the physical and indeed all things political.

Sadly our plight is a pitiful one and unless we call on the name of God and invoke His power nothing will change and it will get from bad to worse.

Consider the following.

Cowhari is a blood-sucking vampire by night and a flesh-eating werewolf by day. Simply put he is a demon in flesh.

All the blood that is being shed and shared by the Fulani terrorists every day all over the country is not for nothing: it is an offering to satan. It is black magic.

It is a ritual blood sacrifice designed to keep one man alive and to keep him in power.

That is what the foul Canaanite demon-god Molech demands and requires and in return he offers fleeting wealth and corrupting power.

That is why the Fulani terrorists “pray”, make incantations, invoke demons and cast spells on the borders of the communities that they are about to attack and before they proceed with their slaughter

Many leaders secretly worship Molech in
Nigeria and many covertly and silently bow at the feet of Baal.

They have turned their backs on the Holy One of Israel. They have poured their scorn on the Ancient of Days.

They have expressed their contempt for the Lord of Hosts. They have sought to thwart the counsel of the Living God for our nation.

They have rejected His love and His mercy choosing instead to wallow in the filth of murderous carnage and to be guided by corrupt, reprobate souls and dark, blood-lusting carnal minds.

We have a leader that has entered into a Faustian pact with the devil and, at the end of the day, like Christopher Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus, he will pay the price, suffer the consequences and regret it deeply.

Like a ravenous vulture, even now, the demon Mephistopheles waits at his door to take his pound of flesh and drag him to hell.

May the Lord deliver our nation from that leaders evil clutches and may the innocent blood that has been shed on his behalf cry to God in Heaven for justice and for vengeance.

Happy Ash Wednesday and happy Lent.

FULL TEXT OF FFK’S INTERVIEW ON THE FULANI INVASION OF NIGERIA, THEIR HISTORY, THEIR INTENTIONS, MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND UMAR MUHAMMED LABDO (PART 3).

QUESTION 13.

When you said ‘originally not part of us’ in your essay, who are the people that you meant by ‘us’? Which tribes should be considered as original owners of Nigeria?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 13.

Every single tribe in the country apart from the Fulani can be considred as the original owners and I said that only in the context that the Fulani only arrived in our shores 220 years ago. Read more…

FULL TEXT OF FFK’S INTERVIEW ON THE FULANI INVASION OF NIGERIA, THEIR HISTORY, THEIR INTENTIONS, MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND UMAR MUHAMMED LABDO (PART 2).

QUESTION 9.

What do you think about their leadership qualities?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 9:

There is something very interesting that Napolean Bonaparte, the greatest Emperor and leader that France ever had, once said about the British cavalry.

I believe it was at the Battle of Waterloo. He said that the British had “the best cavalry in Europe” but that it was “the worst led”.

This describes the Fulani very well. They are a wonderful people who are courageous in battle, fearless and disciplined. They are also deeply loyal to their friends and bitterly ruthless and ferocious with their enemies, never forgetting a favour or a slight. Read more…

FULL TEXT OF FFK’S INTERVIEW ON THE FULANI INVASION OF NIGERIA, THEIR HISTORY, THEIR INTENTIONS, MUHAMMADU BUHARI AND UMAR MUHAMMED LABDO (PART 1).

QUESTION 1.

How is your health now?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 1.

We give thanks to God. It was tough and I was out of circulation for about three weeks but I am much better now and I am getting stronger by the day.

I praise God for healing me, for preserving me and for protecting my life. The counsel of the ungodly shall not stand.

QUESTION 2.

How would you rate the handling of suspected Fulani herdsmen attacks in the country by the government and security agencies?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 2.

Shameful and unacceptable. I believe that the fact that the security agencies have not been able to apprehend and bring to justics even one terrorist herdsman means that they are complicit in it. Buhari has no interest in protecting the Nigerian people from the Fulani herdsmen.

Thousands of innocent people have been butchered and slaughtered under his watch and under his very nose genocide and ethnic cleansing is waxing strong.

I dont know how he can possibly sleep well at night. History and God will judge him harshly for his indifference to and complicity in this great evil.

QUESTION 3.

The Defence Minister, Mansur Dan-Ali, recently blamed the killings by suspected Fulani herdsmen on anti-open grazing laws and the blockage of grazing routes. Do you agree? What do you think about his comments?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 3.

He is a Fulani man himself and he has spoken up and stated a case for his Fulani herdsmen brothers. His comments simply confirms the view that many have that the Buhari administration are suoporting the terrorists and they dont care.

I think that his comments are reprehensible. Trying to justify genocide and etthnic cleansing and blame it on the victims rather than the perpertrators is unacceptable. The Minister of Defence should bow his head in shame, apologise to the people of Benue state and ask God for forgiveness.

QUESTION 4.

Do you the killings going on in places like Benue and Taraba are resulting from clashes as the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, once said?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 4.

No I do not agree with him. What is going on there are not clashes but carefully orchestrated mass murder, ethnic cleansing and genocide of the indigenous Christian population by well-armed and well-supplied Muslim Fulani militias which are being supported and funded by very powerful people.

QUESTION 5.

A number of states have passed anti-open grazing laws and some others are in the process of passing such a law. Do you think that will solve the problem of attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen or not?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 5.

It is good step in the right direction and it will certainly go a long way in returning sanity to the situation. However given the determination of the terrorists, the herdsmen and those behind them far more needs to be done.

For example Miyetti Allah should be proscribed and declared a terrorist organisation and its leaders ought to be arrested and charged for murder.

QUESTION 6.

The Federal Government, through the Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, talked about the need to have cattle colonies in states. Some states have said they are not interested and some have shown interest. Do you think the states that are opposed to it have good reasons to do so?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 6.

Yes they have a very good reason to oppose it and I am glad they have done so. The whole idea of cattle colonies is unacceptable and there is far more to it tham meets the eye.

It is a subterranean and covert attempt to establish not just cattle colonies but Fulani colonies all over the south and the Middle Belt.

10 years from now any state in the south or Middle Belt that accepts cattle colonies will wish they had never done so.

Find out what the root cause of the problem in Jos and Plateau state is between the indegenous Berom people and the Fulani settlers.

They will not just come with their cows but also with all their people. They will multiply like rabbits and after some time they will not only outnumber you but they will also claim the land as theirs.

Next they will insist on having an Emir then they will impose their faith, their ways and their culture on you and try to dominate and control your every day life.

They will arm themselves very well and after some time they will insist on political control of your entire community, act as if they are no longer guests and settlers but rather the original owners of the land and everyone else will be treated like second class citizens and filth. And if you attempt to resist them they will threaten you and kill you.

That is where this cattle colony thing will all end and that is what it is designed to achieve. It is simply a handy and subtle vehicle for Fulani expansion, assimilation and conquest and it is being promoted and encouraged by Buhari’s Fulani Government.

I say shame on this govermment and particularly on Audu Ogbeh for trying to introduce such a repugnant idea even when those that asked him to do so are slaughtering his own people in Benue state.

The proposed introduction of cattle colonies is a rubbish suggestion, of a rubbish idea, from a rubbish Minister, who serves a rubbish Government.

Audu Ogbeh was Minister in 1983. He is clearly too old for the job now, he has lost touch with reality and he no longer knows what he is doing. He needs to resign.

QUESTION 7.

Saturday PUNCH recently had an interview with Professor Umar Labdo of Maitama Sule University, Kano in which he described the Fulani people as being destined to rule Nigeria. What are your views on that? Do you think the Fulani were destined to lead?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 7.

May God guide and lead me by His Spirit and may He cause me to courageously speak nothing but the truth no matter how hard, painful or bitter that truth may be.

Not only is what Professor Labdo said false but it also an insulting view and a deeply offensive assertion. I say this because what he is in essence suggesting is that the rest of us are nothing but slaves that must bow at the feet of the Fulani and serve them in perpetuity. Such views are unacceptable. They have no place in a civilised society and they must be condemned by all men of goodwill.

If, as Labdo has suggested, the Fulani are “destined to lead” or are “born to rule” the logical deduction and clear implication is that every other ethnic nationality in the geographical space called Nigeria including the Yoruba, the Ijaw, the Igbo, the Tiv, the Hausa, the Kanuri, the Berom, the Idoma, the Urobo, the Isetkiri, the Isoko, the Efik, the Ibibiyo, the Kalabari, the Nupe, the Gwari, the Bachama and everyone else were “destined to slavery” and “born to serve” and that they were “born to BE ruled” by others.

I reject that notion and I find it deeply repugnant, obnoxious and offensive. I do not believe that that is God’s plan or purpose for any Nigerian or any of out numerous nationalities and such views are the closest thing to the Nazi philosophy and way of thinking that I have ever heard.

The Nazis believed that God gave the white ‘Aryans’ of Germany the earth and all of humanity to dominate and rule over in perpetuity and Adolf Hitler enunciated those dangerous views very well in his famous book titled ‘Mein Kampf’ (meaning ‘My Struggle’).

In a similar way Labdo believes that God gave the Fulani the nation and the people of Nigeria to lead, rule and dominate in perpetuiy and he has enunciated those views in his famous interview with the Satutday Punch Newspaper.

Both Hitler and Labdo and indeed all those that think like them are deluded and dangerous and they must be confronted and exposed for what they are: self-serving racists and ethnic supremacists of the highest order.

The white Afrikaans-speaking Boer settlers and farmers of apartheid South Africa, who were originally from Holland, also had those views and a few of them still do.

They believed that God had given them South Africa to rule over and dominate in perpetuity and that the black Africans that they met there when they arrived in the Cape in 1604 were, in Van Riebek’s famous words, nothing but “stinking black dogs” who were destined to be treated as the biblical “carriers of water and hewers of the wood”.

In other words they were nothing but slaves and even close to being sub-human. That is how people like Labdo see the rest of us that are not Fulani in Nigeria.

No matter how well-educated or prosperous we are and no matter what we may have achieved in life they see us as underlings, serfs and slaves that were ordained by God to live, serve and die for them.

They believe that we live for their leisure and at their pleasure. I believe this is unacceptable and that such thinking has no place in a civilised society. It is wrong, it is false and it is ungodly.

My full response to Professor Labdo was articulated and documented in great detail in my official rejoinder to him which is titled ‘The Dangerous Delusions Of Umar Muhammed Labdo”.

It was published in the Punch Newspaper itself and in numerous other mediums. I would urge all those that are interested to google it and read it so that when other Fulanis make such bogus claims they know exactly what to say to counter them and shoot down the reckless rhetoric and dangerous propaganda.

We must not allow Labdo’s lies and delusions to go unanswered and we must not make the grave error of assuming that he speaks only for himself or that his view is a minority view.

The truth is that he speaks for many of his people and his views are widely held even if not voiced out publicly by many Fulani leaders. That is the bitter truth and we must accept it.

We must also expose it, confront it, discredit it, overwhelm it, overcome it and finally bury it. We refuse to confront it or shy away from doing so at our own peril and at great risk to our collective future and the future of our children and generations unborn.

Unlike Labdo I believe that all men and women, regardless of their tribe, ethnicity, race, faith, color, gender or nationality were created equal before God and I believe that anything outside of that is evil.

QUESTION 8.

He said that Fulani people are saddled with the burden of leadership and that they have to shoulder that responsibility because they are more educated and qualified for it than anyone else.

He also said that the Fulani were reading books and ancient transcripts 500 years ago before any other nationality in Nigeria could read or write.

What do you think about these assertions?

ANSWER TO QUESTION 8.

Again this is false. Qualified how? As a matter of fact some would argue that in terms of history they are the least qualified and the least deserving to lead and rule. If it was simply about qualifications and not a brutal show of power and the force of arms they would be nowhere because there are many nationalities in Nigeria that are far more qualified to take the lead than they were or are.

The Fulani are not amongst the most educated in Nigeria and if the truth be told education came to them very late.

They were so uneducated and unenlightened that they were terrified of Nigeria gaining her independence from the British in 1953 when the first motion for Nigeria’s independence was moved because they knew that they could not compete with ANY of the southern ethnic nationalities in a newly independent Nigeria.

That is why they said 1953 was too early for our nation to have independence. Imagine someone saying it was too early to be free and to break the yoke of bondage and colonialism.

That is what the north, led by the Fulani, said in 1953. They walked out of Parliament when the motion was moved because they knew that they were not qualified or capable of leading and managing the affairs of a newly independent nation and they made it clear that they did not want southern leadership or domination and that they would rather have Brirish rule than southern rule.

That is why the British loved them so much and favoured them. Because of their fawning and servile attitude towards the British, because of their resentment for and aggression and hostility towards the better educated, more successful and more qualified south and because of their morbid fear of southerners, southern rule and southern domination they held up our independence for 8 years.

And even then the understanding and deal between them and the British was that the system would be rigged, the census figures would be cooked and the Armed Forces would be skewered all in their favour so that an independent Nigeria would be led by them and not by the far more qualified and far better educated south.

What the British did to us by giving them power and leadership and protecting and favouring them for all these years just to keep the south in bondage and to spite us was cruel and unprecedented and we have been paying the price and suffering the consequences of that cruel act ever since.

Labdo talks about education and I wonder what he and his people know about it? If not for Federal Character and the qouta system where would he and they be today?

Would he even be a professor? What was his father, his grandfather and his great grandfather in life? Were they educated or were they qualified in any way to lead?

I doubt it very much and I dont want to say the sort of things they may well hsve been doing. Compare that to the southern experience and their sourhern counterparts.

The Yoruba, for example, had people in the best universities in the world like Oxford and Cambridge as far back as the eatly 1800’s when Usman Dan Fodia was still learning to ride a horse and planning his jihad.

The Igbo also had many educated and enlightened people then. Do you know how many southern Nigerians were at the great Fourah Bay College in Sierra Leonne which was part of Durham University in the late 1800’s?

What do people like Labdo and his progenitors and forefathers know about that? Do you know how many people in the south were educated by the great Christian missionaries and the Anglican Church, including my great grandfather Rev. Emmanuel Adebiyi Kayode who was one of those that first brought Christianity to Ile-Ife after finishing at Durham University.

Do you know that his son, my grandfather, Justice Victor Adedapo Kayode was at Cambridge University just as his son, my father, Chief Remilekun Adetokunbo Fani-Kayode was many years later?

Where were their forefathers that were so qualified to lead educated and what was the nature of that education?

Does he know of places like CMS Grammer School in the late 1800’s and the great Kings College when it was really Kings College in 1901?

Does he know of great educated men in our history like Bishop Ajayi Crowther, Herbert Macauly, Sir Adeyemo Alakija, Justice Coker, Justice Adetokunboh Ademola, Justice Fatayi-Williams, Chief Rotimi Frederick Alade Williams, Chief Bode Thomas, Chief Sobo Sowemimo, Chief Ayo Rosiji, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Chief Nnamdi Azikiwe and countless others who went to Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, Yale, London and many other great universities all over the world?

What about Wole Soyinka, the Ransome-Kuti brothers, Chinua Achebe, Christopher Okigbo, Bola Ige, Abraham Adesanya, Ayo Adebanjo and so many others that came in the later generation of great educated minds and that went to the top Nigerian Universities when they were amongst the best in Africa?

How many of such people do the Fulani have? Not one. They knew nothing about western education till many years later. The first northern lawyer was called to the bar in 1955 which was over 100 years after the first Yoruba lawyer, Sapara Williams, was called to the bar.

And even that northerner was a northener of Yoruba extraction by the name of Ganiyu Abdul-Rasaq from Ilorin. Where were the Fulani throughout these years in terms of education? Even the Hausas who they conquered, the Kanuri and much of the north were far ahead of them.

The earliest and most educated family in the north were the Atta’s and they were Ibiras from Okene and not Fulani. The earliest and best edicated family in the far core north were the Wali’s of Kano but even they were well behind the Attas and the Abdul Rasaq’s.

Most of the northern tribes, like their southern counterparts, had thousands of years of rich history, empire and kingdoms in their present locations long before the Fulani came and when they were still plying the trade routes with their camels to north Africa from Futa Jalon in Guinea and herding cattle.

The Fulani did not even appear in northern Nigeria until 1797 and the jihad was launched in 1804. They met us all here. They came from elsewhere and they came with the sword.

What they got in northern Nigeria they got by the power of the sword and through violence, bloodshed and conquest and not as a consequence of any qualification or education that they never had.

They conquered parts of the north, toppled old dynasties, destroyed ancient empires and imposed their Emirs by force on their new-found slaves and vassals. It was by force and not by qualification or superior knowledge and education as Labdo would have us believe.

And when they talk about education and you point these facts out they will say “oh we are talking about Islamic education and not western education”. But yet again they are wrong there because even in that they were very far behind most others.

I say this because Islam came to the Yoruba tribes primarily through the Turkish traders 400 years before Usman Dan Fodio put his foot in northern Nigeria and attacked the Hausa Habe Kingdom and fought King Yunfa of Gobir.

The Hausa hsd already accepted Islam as their faith then just as the Kanuris had done too. However in the whole of Nigeria no tribe knew Islam or was better educated in Islamic literature, the Koran and the hadith than the Yoruba Muslims.

So when Labdo talks about the Fulani being better qualified or better educated than anyone else it is simply a manifestation of his ignorance, his delusion and his arrogance of power.

He said that other tribes did not know how to read and write when the Fulani were reading transcripts 500 years before.

The truth is that the opposite is the case. They are the ones that knew nothing whilst others were far ahead of them and well advanced in matters of civilisation and governance.

He is wrong and we must set the record straight so that those in the younger generation are not misled. The Caliphate has only existed for about 220 years and before then the Fulani were barely educated, they were nothing and they knew nothing.

In terms of qualifications and education they are very far down the line when compared to the numerous ethnic nationalities that make up Nigeria. As painful as it may be this is the bitter truth.

THE DANGEROUS DELUSIONS OF UMAR MUHAMMED LADBO

USMAN DAN FODIO

“Nobody should try to remove Buhari in 2019. All Fulanis in Nigeria today our eyes are open. All of us are behind Buhari.We have seen that they want to destroy the Fulani because of Buhari. We would be ready to follow him and fight it”- Alhaji Bello Abdullahi Bodeji, President of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), The Sun Newspaper, 3rd February 2018. Read more…

PRESS STATEMENT ON FAKE “HEART DISEASE” REPORT BY THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER

“It has been brought to our attention that the Punch Newspaper of 31st January 2018 has reported, in a blazing and sensational headline, that the former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, “has heart disease”. This is false.

Worst still the story has brought a lot of fear and consternation into the hearts and minds of Chief Fani-Kayode’s friends, supporters and family members all over the world.

It is only in the world of the reporter of the Punch Newspaper that a “heart-related ailment” has suddenly become “heart disease”.

Chief Fani-Kayode’s lawyer, Mr. Norrison Quakers SAN, said that he had a “heart-related ailment” in open court and not “heart disease”. There is a world of difference between the two. He also said that he will be presenting a medical report to the court at a later date.

For the Punch Newspaper to misrepresent what was said in court is unprofessional and unexpected of a newspaper of such high calibre and repute and which we ordinarily hold in high esteem.

Secondly it is not true that Chief Fani-Kayode had asked the court and got two previous adjournments in this case. The court records are there for all to see.

Today was the first and only time that Chief Fani-Kayode has EVER been absent from the proceedings at the Federal High Court in Lagos or asked for an adjournment from this particular learned judge.

He looks forward to being in court at the adjourned date and he fully appreciates the fact that the EFCC did not oppose the application for adjournment and that the learned trial judge granted it expeditiously.

We feel it is important to make these clarifications for record purposes”.

SIGNED: Obiageli Nwachukwu, S.S.A. Public Affairs to the former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode.

A TIME TO LOVE AND A TIME TO HATE

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way”- Charles Dickens, ‘A Tale Of Two Cities’, 1859. Read more…