Stratification of One-Nigeria According to the 1960 Mission Statement & Battle Script of Alhaji Ahmadu Bello
The Devil is most successful amongst people who believe he does not exist. That is the situation around this debate of whether or not there are masters and slaves in today’s Nigeria.
Those who reduce everything to spurious academic arguments and vacuous postulations are at liberty to amuse themselves. But there are some of us who already have the monster enslaving Eastern Nigeria and its peoples in a chokehold and there will be no letting up until that beast is dead and interred, thereby freeing its many captives, starting with the East.
That monster is called “One-Unitary Nigeria”.
HERE ARE THE FACTS:
In the very week of Independence in 1960, as the rest of Nigeria popped champagne, especially in the South, the then Premier of Northern Region, Alhaji Ahmadu Bello, declared to his lieutenants as follows:
“The new nation called Nigeria should be the estate of our great-grandfather, Uthman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent the change of power. We use the minorities of the North as willing tools and the South as a conquered territory and never allow them to rule over us, and never allow them have control over their future.” (Reported in the Parrot Newspaper of 12th October 1960)
Those who did not know or understand how both Nigeria and its Eastern Region got to where we are now should take the quote above as the oracle and then proceed to decipher same.
Nigeria as currently defined and configured under the unitarist 1999 Constitution, is the private estate of the political descendants of Ahmadu Bello. That estate was the very one bought by the British Crown from George Taubman Goldie’s Royal Niger Company in 1900 for the sum of £865,000.
It was the same estate that Secretary for the Colonies, Lord Harcourt, through Lugard, handed over to the well-behaved Northern “youth” in the 1914 annexation of the South to the North in an exercise tagged the Amalgamation.
It was that 1914 grand bequest to the North that Ahmadu Bello was celebrating with his lieutenants in October 1960.
It is the protection of that private estate that has been the central target and theme of all the decrees-turned constitutions by which Nigeria has been defined and managed since 1966.
Those from the East, especially the intelligentsia who claim to be proffering solutions to a problem they do not understand, are very much like a medical doctor who seeks to cure a life-threatening ailment that he has not properly diagnosed. The patient will die. It is that simple.
The master-servant Nigeria we have in place now resulted directly from the full execution of that 1960 mission statement and battle script of Ahmadu Bello.
The 3.5 million deaths in the battlefield of “Biafra” (1967-1970), including the over 2 million children who were starved to death, died from the ruthlessness that was required to prevent any change of power.
The willing-tools of the Middle-Belt, deployed by the Caliphate, to go and do the bulk of the killings in Biafra included such yamheads as Yakubu Gowon and Theophilus Danjuma, whose ancestral homes are today being occupied and put under siege by their erstwhile Caliphate principals and partners in the crime of Biafra genocide.
The conquered territory is the East and West of Southern Nigeria.
From the East, 3 million barrels of crude oil are taken daily and we now know, from the Nigerian Senate’s official allocation list, who and who own the oil acreages.
From the West, proceeds from the Lagos Ports, which today sum up in excess of N2 Trillion annually, is collected strictly by the Fulani “owners” (or does anyone here think it is by accident that from Independence till date, not one substantive Comptroller-General of Customs could be found from anywhere else outside the Caliphate North?). The landlord collects his rent.
The road that runs from the front of Bonny Camp to Eko Hotel is called “Ahmadu Bello Way”. Has someone not dipped his Quran into the Atlantic Ocean from Ilorin where their British partner-in-crime had encountered them a century earlier?
Let those who wish to learn endeavor to find out when, how and who collaborated in the naming of that last piece of tarred land access abutting the Lagos Atlantic shores after “Alhaji Ahmadu Bello”.
The making of what we now bandy around as “1999 Constitution” between 1966 and 1999 was done by compilation of various decrees issued by the political scions of Ahmadu Bello – with every one of them playing their exact roles as envisioned in the October 1960 Ahmadu Bello’s battle script.
The 68-Item Federal Exclusive Legislative List, which seizes and confiscates all major economic assets and the right to work them from their historical owners and arbitrarily vesting same in the so-called “Federal Government”, is a blatant act of conquest.
The 36-states/774-LGs structure of Nigeria, which effectively reduced the Igbo from the over 70% control of Nigeria at Independence to the negligible political minority of today, was wrought by the decrees of the political scions of Ahmadu Bello.
Ironsi and Abiola got killed because it was an abomination in the sight of the Caliphate for the slave to rule over the house of his master.
Goodluck Jonathan was saved by God after committing the same “sacrilegious” crime and we all saw how he was hounded out by the political descendants of Ahmadu Bello. The slave must know his place. That seems to be the overall message.
The adamant refusal of the Caliphate hawks of the North to accept the lifesaving prescription of geopolitical restructuring for a terminally-ill Nigeria is in keeping with the “NEVER-ALLOW-THEM-TO-HAVE-CONTROL-OVER-THEIR-FUTURE” injunction from Ahmadu Bello.
There are some untrained eyes here who would say “Oh, but was it not Obasanjo that did this and that in the long list of the evils being enumerated?
The answer is that there is the office of the “head slave” which takes the scrutiny of a trained eye to distinguish from that of the slave master or his princes.
Obasanjo had been holding that office and I have had to point this out in public a number times when our confused compatriots, who have great book knowledge, come pointing towards Otta instead of Sokoto.
They fail to recall that on a certain day in February 1976, shortly after the “Butcher of Asaba”, named Murtala Mohammed, then head of the Nigerian state, died most deservedly from the hail of hot bullets at the peak of his glory, there was a Lieutenant-Colonel, named Shehu Yar’Adua, who was promoted straight to Major-General and made Chief of Staff at the Supreme Headquarters and who was, on behalf of the Caliphate (the effective power behind the throne in the 1976-1979 interregnum), the real overseer of the fronted head slave, Olusegun Obasanjo.
Today, this moronic jester of a head slave leads a column of other mockers, including the husband of a she-Awolowo (who pretends to hold the rudder of the Nigerian State as Acting President), to go to Shehu Yar’Adua Center in Abuja to dance on the graves of the 3.5 million Biafra dead in celebration of their unpunished genocide, 50 years after their heinous crime.
It is atrocious that there are Igbo sons and daughters who promote this desperate and despicable attempt to publicly bury Biafra just as resurgent ghost of the Biafra dead seem to be on a ferocious gyration around the country tormenting the guilty genocidists (of which Obasanjo is surely one) and tearing the dying Nigeria apart at the seams.
I recall that the day this “Abuja” edition of Biafra@50 was first advertised, I raised a red flag where I had suggested that I would not be surprised if Gowon and Danjuma turn up to be the chief celebrants at the event. Is that alarm not vindicated now?
Regarding the motives behind this very “Abuja” Biafra@50, I had, in support of my red flag, given the parable of the burning market and the variegated missions of those who rush to the scene. All pretend to be sympathizers and helpers seeking to put out the fire and salvage goods for the owners. In reality, however, some go in to loot vaults and safes; some go in to salvage goods for themselves; while some go in to ensure complete raze down by stoking the inferno.
From where I stand in the raging debate over the Nigeria question, I say without equivocation that the “Abuja” Biafra@50 event happening today, May 25, 2017, is not a celebration of Biafra as the organizers dressed it to look. It is a desperate enemy action, aimed at exorcizing the ghost of Biafra for final burial.
But I also assure the Abuja celebrants that the real soul-lifting and forward-looking celebrations are going on amongst the millions of the survivors of Biafra genocide. The gathering in Abuja today is also being mocked across the length and breadth of the Lower Niger at the funeral of the dead Nigeria which Britain and its local slave masters tried in futility to erect on the pool of the blood of 3.5 million Biafrans.
By the time the dust settles from these two different celebrations, millions of the real celebrants will join the Great Griot, Chinua Achebe, to declare that “THERE WAS A COUNTRY”.
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