The United States House of Representatives declared Nigeria as the most dangerous place for Christians to live in the world last year.
Professor Ango Abdullahi is the spokesman and de facto leader of the Northern Elders Forum.
His notorious mendacities and constant submissions and assertions remind me of Shakespeares’s profound words in his classic play titled ‘Macbeth’ where he spoke of “a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing”.
The child dedication ceremony of Aragorn Lotana Joshua Olufemi Emmanuel Fani-Kayode, FFK’s first son, took place at the Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly Church (COZA) in Abuja yesterday.
This essay is about one of the most horrific events that has ever taken place in our history and one of the most graphic examples of ethnic cleansing that took place during our civil war.
It is an event which mortified the civilised world and which brought our nation and Armed Forces opprobium, disdain, contempt and shame.
Permit me to share a scholarly, revealing and I daresay disturbing intervention which was sent to me by a friend. The author wishes to remain anonymous.
He wrote as follows:
“The disruptive power of the Hausa-Fulani cabal is a structural reality and will only get worse, no matter where the President of Nigeria comes from. It is a seven-fold yoke which we must break for the sake of our children.
Meanwhile, just as their counterparts are doing in Nigeria, the racial integrationists, the champions of globalisation, the apostles of a new world order and the advocates of mass migration continue to test the waters by attempting to place obstacles in the path of the true believers and ethnic nationalists all over the world.
In 1941 during the course of the Second World War, the most famous alumna of my old school Harrow and the Prime Minister of Great Britain, Sir Winston Churchill, said the following words to General Bernard Montgomery, who was also known as the “Spartan General”, the hero of the Battle of Alamein, the Commander of the famous British Desert Rats and the Field Marshall of the British Armed Forces. He said,
“Monty, never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or small, large or petty—never give in, except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force. Never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy”.
Four hundred people were killed by meningitis in our country in the last few days.
Twenty two girls were abducted by Boko Haram in Borno state four days ago.
Ten people were killed by Fulani herdsmen in Cross Rivers state three days ago.
Two more people were killed by another set of Fulani herdsmen in Kwande, Benue state two days ago.
Apart from Afenifere, the OPC and a number of noble and courageous elders and leaders hardly anyone else from the south west has spoken up publicly for the Ifes and the Yoruba in this matter and that is a crying shame.