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“The Supreme court did not raise a dead PDP, they only brought out the rotten corpse of a dead PDP for all to smell the bad odour”- Alhaji Lai Muhammed, Minister of Information, Daily Post, 15th July 2017.

I am trying my best to remain magnamonious in victory and to remain restrained but this diaper-wearing, foul-breathed, big-nosed and lying APC Minister of Information has once again brought out the worst in me.

Not only has he told yet another dirty and collosal lie but his deeply offensive and disrespectful characterisation and depiction of our great party the PDP is as inappropiate as it is provocative.

The truth is that it is the APC that are the stinking corpses and the rotting cadavers and not the PDP. They smell like rotting Chinese fish and a Calcutta brothel all rolled into one.

They stink to high heavens and they have fouled up the Nigerian space with their compelling and overwhelming stench and their fecal aroma.

They should bury their heads in shame. They sought to bury the PDP but by the grace and resurrrection power of the Living God we have risen again.

They commited blasphemy and heresy by bestowing divinity and infallibility upon their ailing leader and by deifying themselves.

They came to believe that they were all-seeing, all-knowing and all-powerful. They thought that they were omnicient and omnipresent and they equated their power with that of the God of Heaven.Image result for Femi Fani-Kayode pictures

They sought to turn us into a nation of quislings and slaves. They attempted to cage and impose their will on the Judiciary, the Legislature, the fourth estate of the realm (the media), the civil institutions, the opposition parties and groups and indeed all of their perceived enemies and detractors by the most violent, crude and aggressive means and through the usage of naked tyranny.

They attempted to crush, with an iron fist and steely will, all those who refused to remain silent and continued to opppose them with a lethal display and cocktail of abusive power, impunity, arrogance, brutality and propaganda.
If there were ever such a thing as a civilian dictatorship in Nigeria this was it.

They became blinded by their own delusions yet the bitter truth is that they are nothing more than a rabble-rousing gathering of incompatible bedmates, wandering spirits and vagrant souls.

They are a misguided association of pernicious liars, confirmed Luciferians, practising satanists, accursed corpsocrats, blood-sucking ritualists, unrepentant beasts, godless coprophiliacs, gruesome undertakers and unconscioble necromancers who have a deep-seated and unbreakable covenant with the spirit of death.

They are not a political party but a satanic lodge of devil-worshippers and a cult of death. They bring nothing but death, decay and destruction.

They thrive on death, they feast on death, they wait on death and they worship death. Everything they touch results in death. It is no wonder that they have cut out the heart of our nation and almost killed Nigeria.

It is no surprise that their leader and our President has vanished into thin air for the last 70 days.

It is no wonder that his office is evidently in the grave and that, for the better part of the last two years, he has been attending a prolonged and turbulent meeting in hell, struggling with the angel of death.

What a tragedy these misfits have proved to be and what a terrible affliction and spiritual plague they have brought upon our country.

Yet it does not stop there but rather it gets worse as they become emboldened by their madness and insatiable lust for even more power.

I say this because the APC spokesman, one Bolaji Abdullahi who I gather used to be a PDP Minister until he decamped to the APC, added his own brand of disjointed verbiage to the discourse when he advised the PDP “not to push their luck too far” by thinking that they will come back to power in 2019.

One question os relevant here: is this faceless, conflicted and strange little man God? Can he tell us what will or will not happen tomorrow with any precision or certainty? Is he led and guided by the Holy Spirit or by his own carnal delusions and lust for everlasting power.

What a cheeky, self-serving, self-righteous and intellectually dishonest young man this is. What a nerve he has.

Let him be warned that the game has just started and now that the PDP has reclaimed its soul again we shall provide the kind of relentless and unspairing opposition that will keep them on their toes and that will give him and his other party members grey hairs and sleepless nights.

He mocks those of us that are facing politically-motivated criminal charges and malicious prosecution and he seeks to indict us for, according to him, “failing Nigerians for 17 years”.

He forgets that his mentor, the Senate President, has just been through a similar ordeal and barely escaped it by the skin of his teeth.

He forgets that when they are kicked out of power in 2019 both he and virtually the entire APC Federal Government will most certainly be called to account, prosecuted and sent to jail for the monstrous atrocities that they have committed in the last two years.

And if his contention is that the PDP failed Nigerians he, together with virtually all the key stars and players in the APC Federal Government, APC-controlled Senate and amongst the APC state Governors, were part of that failure because virtially all of them used the PDP platform to serve our country in one capacity or other before decamping.

They not only abandoned the PDP ship after benefitting from it and using it to come to national prominence but they also sought to scuttle and destroy it by demonising its key players and actors and using the coercive organs of the state to criminalise, humiliate and attempt to destroy each and everyone of them.

Honestly this little Bolaji Abdullahi should keep his mouth shut and bow his head in shame and he should meditate on the fact that the day of reckoning is surely coming. It is just a question of time.

After 2019 he and his party will pay a heavy price for their evil ways and sheer insolence and the Nigerian people will get to know the bitter truth about how they rigged the 2015 presidential election and who was really behind the mysterious and gruesome death of the INEC Commissioner for Kano and his entire family.

After 2019 the Nigerian people will also get to know the true story about the Chibok girls and those who were really behind their abduction.

They will also get to know who is behind Boko Haram, who sponsored it and what its real purpose is.

They will also get to know the names, nature and identities of the evil cabal that has highjacked the Federal Goveenment and that runs the affairs of our nation.

They will also get to know who gave the order to butcher over 1000 Shiite Muslims and thousands of IPOB youths and bury them in mass graves.

They will also get to know who the forces are behind the Fulani herdsmen and why they unleashed them on the good people of the Middle Belt and the south.

They will also get to know why the Federal Government sat back silently and refused to arrest even one Fulani herdsman after they murdered 808 innocent Christians in the sanctity of their homes last christmas eve and last Christmas day.

They will also get to know why the APC Federal Govenment was hell-bent on implementing a hideous religious and ethnic agenda which has divided Nigerians and pushed us to the very brink of conflict, civil war and disintegration.

They will also get to know what the secret to the gross incompetence of the APC is and where they got the demonic inspiration for their well-documented ineptitude and their chronic failures.

They will also get to know why the so-called “war against corruption” of is subjective, vindictive, malicious and selective.Image result for Femi Fani-Kayode pictures

They will also tell us why they have turned our nation into the joke of the century, the laughing stock of the African continent and a virtual pariah on the international stage in the space of just two years.

They will also tell us why they pamper, protect and encourage merciless and ruthless terrorists and hardened criminals in their ranks.

They will also tell us why they are obsessed with silencing and intimidating members of the opposition and indeed all their perceived enemies.

They will also tell us why the wife of their leader and our President saw fit to call Nigerians animals and why she likened our people to “hyenas and jackals”.

And finally they will also tell us why they would not allow their ailing party leader and President to resign even though he vanished into thin air for much of the two years that he was in power and they will tell us about what really incapacitated him and what finally knocked him out.

The truth is that the APC has many questions to answer and in spite of whatever weaknesses the PDP may have had whilst in government they never treated Nigerians with the brutality, impunity and disdain that the APC has done over the last two years.

And most importantly they never brought us to the brink of conflict, civil war and disintegration.

Bolaji Abdullahi and the party he speaks for should prepare themselves for a very rough ride in the next few months because the Nigerian people will call them to account and the new PDP will give them hell. Of that they can be rest assured and all the grandstanding and veiled threats in the world cannot stop it.

Permit me to conclude this contribution with the following.

As if the scurrilous commentry of the lying Minister of information and the weak and tepid purring of the APC spokesman were not bad enough, a celebrated and notorious APC mole also felt that he had to jump into the fray and kick the PDP in the teeth as well.

This ugly, uncontrollable and bloodthirsty beast, whose name is not worthy of mention by my lips and who called the PDP all manner of names after we won the case at the Supreme Court, is the biggest fraud and thief that has ever held public office in Nigeria.

When he was in that office he did not build one school or construct one road but instead he put all the money that was made available to him into a fixed deposit account and collected a monthly commission.

When he left office he carried all that money with him, left his successor with nothing and left his people in stark poverty. His only legacy and the only thing that he left for them was Boko Haram. Sadly his evil did not stop there. It goes further.

Apart from being a political prostitute who can be used to harm and destroy his own people and his own party by any government in power,
he is also a merciless murderer and a callous psychopath.

He has snuffed out more precious souls and butchered more innocent lives than ANY other politician in the history of Nigeria. That is the beast that is now talking. Truly Nigeria has suffered.

Truly the APC and all their friends, moles, associates and agents need to be swept from power and buried alive in 2019. It is duty for us to do this and to pull our nation back from the brink.

This is solemn promise that we have made and this is an obligation that, by the grace of the Living God, we shall honor and keep.

Anything less would be utterly catastrophic and would plunge our nation into the gates and fires of hell.

Restructuring: Take your case to National Assembley, Northern leaders tells agitators

Image result for nigerian flagStrong denunciation of the collaboration between the Middle Belt and the South came from the core North, yesterday, with a challenge to advocates of the restructuring of the country to use the National Assembly to push their case. In the same vein, the spate of laws by State Houses of Assembly prohibiting open grazing of cattle was flayed in the same quarters as an infringement of the freedom of movement of herdsmen which they affirmed would sooner than later be annulled by the courts. The Northern insistence on the status quo was rebuffed by advocates of restructuring from the Middle Belt and the South who affirmed that Nigeria cannot continue on the present framework which they said was discriminatory and oppressive. Northern leaders, including Tanko Yakasai, Balarabe Musa and Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, spoke in open rebuke of the Southern and Middle Belt leaders who were also accused of lacking the democratic platform to speak. Southern leaders from all three geopolitical zones, last Saturday, took a position with Middle Belt leaders during which they canvassed the immediate restructuring of the country to reflect fiscal federalism, and the prohibition of open grazing among others. Reacting, yesterday, Kano-based elder-statesman Yakassai, who served as adviser on National Assembly Affairs to President Shehu Shagari, in dismissing the collaboration of the South and the Middle Belt said:  “None of them was elected by their people to speak on their behalf. To the extent that this country guarantees freedom of speech, they are entitled to their opinion. “My quarrel with the people who are advocating this restructuring is that they failed to give the details of the restructuring. If Nigeria is restructured, every Nigerian will be affected. So it is incumbent upon anybody who is campaigning for this to spell it out so that Nigerians can look at it. But to just go about shouting slogans without giving the actual details is nonsensical. “Every one of them is represented in the state assemblies or the House of Representatives or the Senate. Every one of them knows that the way to change our Constitution is defined in our Constitution and our Constitution empowers our legislators, federal and state, to change the Constitution the way they deem appropriate. “So I challenge them to sponsor a bill through their elected representatives so that the bill can take its natural course. If the majority support it, it will be implemented. “I don’t know why they are ignoring the democratic institutions that we have? Why can’t they make use of the democratic institutions? Why are they avoiding the legislature? “Why do they think that press conference is a substitute for our elected representatives? In a democracy, you channel your views through your elected representatives if you are serious.” Yakasai responding to the position of the Southern and Middle Belt leaders on the rampage of herdsmen, said:  “The problem of herdsmen has been with us, even long before the British came and there was a process of handling it. If they strayed into your farm and destroyed your crop, usually, the local authorities would get them to compensate the victim. The right to move freely “As long as they are Nigerians, the Constitution of this country has guaranteed their right to move freely. The only thing is that where their livestock stray into other people’s land and damage their crops, they should be made to pay. “Any state assembly that makes a law to stop people from moving their cattle about is attempting to deny people their constitutionally guaranteed rights, and once the matter is taken to court, it will be declared a nullity,” the elder-statesman said. Alhaji Balarabe Musa, who served as governor of Kaduna State at the commencement of the Second Republic, on his part, was dismissive of the gathering. He said: “I have already said enough on this, and I don’t want to waste my time talking on this again. How different are they from those rascally northern youths who gave the southerners the quit ultimatum? How different are they from them, so I don’t want to waste my time.” Tsav, a retired commissioner of Police from Benue State in the Middle Belt, on his part, dismissed the Southern and Middle Belt leaders as opportunists. He said: “They are opportunists because they are trying to create a situation that will benefit them. Their coming together seems as if they want to go into Biafra. “The ordinary man does not know the meaning of restructuring. It is the politicians who are pushing for it. When there is a government that favours them, they don’t do anything but when they are not getting anything they embark on the type of thing they are doing. “I don’t agree with their demands. Some of these people are vying for the Presidency, and they feel they can get supporters from the South by supporting calls for restructuring.” The Yoruba socio-cultural body, Afenifere, which was strongly represented at the Southern-Middle Belt summit in reiterating the call for restructuring, said through its spokesman, Mr. Yinka Odumakin yesterday:  “That call was made by a majority of Nigerians. It behoves on the Federal Government to listen to the requests, so it does not appear to the world that it is serving the minority like the apartheid regime in South Africa. “The polity is so fragile at the moment, and the government must promote inclusiveness to restore some level of confidence.” Mr. Akin Osuntokun, who served as Political Adviser to President Olusegun Obasanjo in his second term said:  “It is consistent and valid, but I would have wished that the coalition encompasses the whole of Nigeria, including the far North. “The consolation is the weighty and open support and identification of eminent political leaders like Ibrahim Babangida and Atiku Abubakar. Bias, nepotism, and discrimination are inherently built into Nigeria, and until the country is restructured, it will continue to be plagued by this dilemma. “The meaningful solution is devolution and decentralization of power which divests the centre of its oppressive and over-centralized powers.” Mrs. Esther Gonda, a retired permanent secretary in the Federal Civil Service from Plateau State, who was also a member of the 2014 National Conference on her part, said restructuring was inevitable on account of the structural dislocations in the polity. “Restructuring is a positive word, you restructure an organization to make it more efficient, and I think it is time that we did that in this country, given the agitations that are all over the place to look at what needs to be done to make it workable. “Nigerians all over the place are excelling, but for some reasons, as we are configured, there is a lot of vices that are being generated. So it is good to face it squarely and see what we need to do. “During the national conference, we talked about so many of these items, and we know it is time for us to sit down and face our dragon squarely.”

Beware of Cameroun, Disu warns Eagles

Former coach of the Flying Eagles, Tunde Disu has warned Super Eagles coach Genort Rohr against wrong tactics against Cameroun in the Russia 2018 qualifiers on September 1. Gernot Rohr Disu told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos yesterday that the team’s tactical formation against South Africa in the AFCON qualifiers was wrong and should not be used again. He said that the Eagles loss to Bafana Bafana in the AFCON qualifiers was due to wrong tactical formation, adding that the Indomitable Lions of Cameroun would be more tactical. “The formation used by Rohr during the AFCON qualifier against South Africa is wrong tactics. He cannot use a supporting striker as an arrow head when using 4-3-3. “Rohr should know that Kelechi Iheanacho cannot spearhead attack, that is not his role and that is why he is roaming about during the match against South Africa without a shot at goal. “I want them to sit down and analyse the match themselves, that system is faulty because most teams can now predict the formation. If we use that selection and tactics, we will be embarrassed. “Rohr should align with the modern tactics of play rather than stick with the old play which will not benefit us. We are too predictable now. Disu said that the players at the disposal of Rohr were good enough to accommodate another formation which was less probable to opposing teams. “We cannot continue to use the 4-3-3 formation, it’s outdated and counterproductive. We should rather play 4-2-3-1 which is far better for the defenders. “The players determine the system and not the system that determines the players. It is better to have two defensive midfielders in front of the defenders, maybe if there is an overlapping one. “Playing 4-3-2-1 formation also means that we need intimidating strikers like the late Rashidi Yekini to torment the opposing teams. We have Gbolahan Salami before but I don’t know if he is not called. “The lone striker may be very tall and strong to hold the ball up as his midfielders while full-backs join him in attack. The striker could also be very fast.

Arsenal set to land Virgil van Dijk

Transfer news: The latest rumours from Man Utd, Chelsea, Arsenal and all the top teams

 Arsenal are preparing a £45 million bid for Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, according to report.

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is keen to keep improving his squad ahead of the new season, and is also targeting Celtic striker Moussa Dembele to replace Alexis Sanchez.

But report said Virgil van Dijk could still end up at Liverpool after making clear he only wants a move to Anfield, .

The Dutchman’s chances of joining Liverpool seemed to end a month ago when the Reds apologised for improper conduct in their pursuit of the player, but Van Dijk could now hand in a transfer request to help facilitate a £60 million move.


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