The faith of Nigeria is confusion and anarchy-Family Writer Press

A critical review of the events of today shows that Nigeria as a
country is heading to no peace time, but to an eventual breakup.
Since after the first civil war that saw determined Biafran side
decimated by a less determined Nigerian side, maybe due to the
massive supply of weapons and man power they got from the
British government. Those that were Nigerians then have not failed
to remind the South East and South South of today about what
happened to their fathers in those days. They remind them how
their hospitals, schools, farm lands and markets was bombarded.
They tell them how their territories were blockaded leaving millions
of Biafran children dead. They are always quick to ask a Biafran
to ask his father how he suffered during that genocide. A typical
Northerner and South Westerners has refused to understand that
things have changed with the cause of time. It is on this note I
want to discuss about the ongoing war of confusion and impending
anarchy that is about to befall Nigeria.
The truth is that, it is only the blind that will claim ignorant of the anarchy that Nigeria is and will become sooner than expected. I
am not a party man, but I won’t fail to say that the coming of APC
is for a reason. It’s coming is meant to expose Nigeria for what it
truly is. The true image of Nigeria and the hopelessness of 1999
Constitution has been somehow hidden for sixteen years under
PDP. It took APC just three years to expose it all. Who would have
believed that Nigeria has a constitution that aids tyranny? Who
would have believed that a group can kill more than 6,000
Nigerians in 3years without a single arrest. It is now known to all
that Nigeria is not one and has never been one. People thought
they saw rigging under PDP, but APC has in three years proven
that PDP were indeed kids in rigging and corruption. The
President’s lopsided appointment and his ill- treatment of the
Easterners and other part of the country since he assumed office
is a sign that Nigeria is destined to divide.
The future is bleak for Nigeria. This writer sees an APC win come
2019, unless President Buhari decides not to contest or the
caliphate falls out with him. He sees the President increasing the
tempo of intimidation. He sees more Media clampdown, arrest of
journalists and even death of more civilians. Nigeria is heading to
anarchy that will look like war but not war. The government of the
day will be out to decimate every opposing voices. There will be
uprising in the middle belt, South South and South East. With the
South West having a relative peace as those benefiting in the rot
Nigeria is after the fulani. The ploy by the Fulani to fulanize their
Middle Belt will rise up. They will decode the intention of the
Fulani. They will understand that it’s about ethnic cleansing and
land grabbing. They will suddenly say no to the wanton killing of
their women and children by the government pampered if not
sponsored Islamic Fulani herdsmen terrorists.
South South and South East will take their agitation to expel Nigeria
out of their territory to a heightened level.
The king of the North will draft an army against the middle belt and
against Easterners. His order will be to crush every uprising. He
will completely forget a call for prayers. This will heighten tension.
It will lead to division in the army. The soldiers who are already
unhappy with the way things are going on in the country will start
deserting the one-sided justice barren Nigerian military. This will
mark the beginning to an end of what you know today as Nigeria.
Do not take my word for it, evidences are there.
Nigeria fought a civil war in 1960s and there won’t be any such
war again. Those thinking that Nigeria will fight another civil war
are mistaking. The question is who will fight who. The only group
that want to fight war in Nigeria now is the Fulani, but they can’t
fight alone. There will be anarchy. There might be killings, but it
will never degenerate into civil war. This is because Nigeria of
today has lost what it takes to fight a civil war. Nigeria is
completely disunited to fight a unity war. The uprising will happen
simultaneously. Unlike in 1967 the Middle Belt who provided more
than 50% manpower will be totally unwilling to fight a war of
uniting a Nigeria that slaughters them on daily basis. The Yoruba
who has been benefiting from the rot Nigeria is will never support
going to a war they will be the highest loser. They will guard Lagos
jealously. Without other regions supporting Fulani war mongers
they are moving into self destruction.
Interesting times lies ahead. Nigeria will surely hit a rock, but there won’t be any war.

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  1. True talk

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