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JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by tyokunbo(m): 5:48pm On Jan 31, 2017
Source: http://towncrieronline.net/2017/01/31/jtf-officials-manhandle-community-members-in-bayelsa-hold-them-hostage/

A Facebook user shared this post earlier in the day. A community chairman and 9 others were held hostage by JTF in Ogbotobo in Ekeremor LGA area of Bayelsa State, accused of stealing by Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).

Here is the post of the Facebook user:

Happening Now: Community chairman and 9 others have been hold hostage by JTF in Ogbotobo in Ekeremor LGA area of Bayelsa state.


Eye witness called our publisher this morning around 11am said that, the chairman of AGBAYAMA community and 9 others were beating to death point and have been held hostage for no reason by the JTF who is guarding the Oil Flowstations in the community.

According to the source They are being deprived of employment changes of 109 and 18 sub-contracts made for the communities in a FTO Freedom To Operate an agreement between the communities and SPDC covering the AGG Project of one saipem construction company but since 2014 spdc refused to employed the persons as agreed but carrying out the construction and the communities have reported the case to the relevant government offices and the Governor through the Office of the Special Adviser to The Governor oil and gas have advised SPDC to follow as agreed also spdc pointed two individuals that they only obey the directives of the two individuals which led the chairman to go and stop the operation also said the soldiers confirmed to their victims said spdc have call their boss to threat you and write against you as thieves hence the maltreatment to our community youths who seeking for their own jobs in their villages and the chairman who wants his agreed with SPDC be giving effect as been beating and portrayed as criminals as reported.

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by tyokunbo(m): 5:49pm On Jan 31, 2017
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Godknowsbest: 6:02pm On Jan 31, 2017
Serious students concentrating lol

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Blakjewelry(m): 6:08pm On Jan 31, 2017
Security agent treating people like animals

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by seXytOhbAd(m): 8:33pm On Jan 31, 2017
Sigh . TO the bros above, you for try summarize your epistle.

Anyway, naija, I hail oh. Land where the haves oppress the have-nots. In a sane country, the oppressed would have cried out to their government, but in naija, na the government dey oppress. That's why niggas call Nigeria a ZOO!

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Chidex2442(m): 8:33pm On Jan 31, 2017
This shit ain't right
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by LordAdam7: 8:35pm On Jan 31, 2017
Newbiee:
I just read an article by Tony Okoroji and it makes a lot of sense to me. It reads:
SATURDAY BREAKFAST with TONY OKOROJI:

BUHARI IS NOT DEAD BUT THEY ARE KILLING HIM ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

You better believe it, Nigeria is at war. I am not talking about the Boko Haram war in the North. I am also not talking about the never-ending skirmishes in the Niger Delta that threaten to bring to a halt whatever little income we still generate from crude oil.
Nigeria is at war over the control of the minds of our young people and the millions of our vulnerable citizens. The war is fierce. There are no rules in this crazy war. The Geneva Convention does not apply. Religion is in play. Tribe has become a major weapon. Genocide soon will be okay. Torture will be allowed. Right now, every crude propaganda tactic is being deployed as tribal, religious and ethnic hatred is being incubated in our land.
My biggest worry is whether the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria fully understands that our nation is at war and that if we do not do what we need to do and do it fast, Rwanda may once again be repeated in Africa.
I can hear a chorus of ‘God forbid!’. That is part of the problem. Somehow, we Nigerians have convinced ourselves that God loves us so much that we can do very stupid things and there will be no consequences Yea! We believe that what applies to the rest of God’s children do not apply to us. For some reason, we have begun to believe that we are such a special breed that we can consume all our seedlings, sow nothing and yet reap a bountiful harvest. Let me ask: did the Almighty step down from His throne while the horrific tragedy of Rwanda occurred? Was He not there while brothers and sisters butchered themselves in Sudan? Right now, in Syria and Iraq, unspeakable mayhem and suffering are taking place but God is still on His throne.
Let someone show me that chapter in the Bible or the Quran that says that God loves His children in Nigeria but hates his children in Rwanda, Sudan, Syria, Iraq and the other places where the incubation of hate has led to indescribable human suffering. Was God not on his thrown when Nigerians slaughtered each other during the Biafra war? Why is today different?
Everywhere in Nigeria people are praying from dusk to dawn. Everywhere you look, there are new churches and mosques being built. Pray, how can we love God so much, that we hate our brothers and sisters, children of the same God so much?
During the week, I accidentally ran into Femi Adesina, President Buhari’s chief spokesman, in Lagos. Femi probably would tell you that I was very upset with him, his team and their tactics in what has clearly become a war of attrition. I accused his team of leaving our president naked to be shot at and made fun of by all kinds of characters. Femi is clearly one of the finest journalists Nigeria has produced in recent years. He has grilled me in a memorable interview at the Sun. Practically, everyone who knows Femi will tell you that he is also a very decent gentleman. I like him. I am however asking myself whether Femi is not too decent to lead a critical part of the war that President Buhari must wage to prevent Nigeria from going the way of Rwanda or Sudan.
The war I speak of is not in Sambisa Forest or the creeks of the Delta. The war is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat and all over the internet. At this point, millions of Nigerians are being recruited to despise their President, to despise their fellow countrymen and to despise their country. History tells us that the ongoing recruitment has huge consequences for every Nigerian, man woman and child. Times are hard for a lot of Nigerians and that makes it even easier.
As has been clear in other places where foot soldiers of hate have been unleashed, a lot of the people being recruited do not even know that they are being recruited. How did Al Qaeda begin? How did the Hutus and Tutsis of Rwanda who had existed together for hundreds of years wake up one morning and start butchering each other? How did Boko Haram grow under our eyes and become the terror machine that has traumatized the Nigerian people?
Let’s face it – Buhari has stepped on Big Toes. Big Toes are fighting back with vengeance. Big Toes are incredibly cunning. A hungry man is an angry man and the story being craftily told the millions of hungry Nigerians is that Buhari is responsible for the biting hunger in the land. Big Toes will not tell you that they stole Nigeria’s common wealth, bought mansions across the world with the money budgeted to fight Boko Haram and sent our young men without weapons to go and die in Sambisa Forest. They will not tell you that they are responsible for the hunger in the land.
Sadly, while they are telling their story in a very co-ordinated way, no one appears to be telling the true story of Nigeria in a manner that makes sense. While Big Toes have an army deployed on every social media platform tugging on the hearts of our young and vulnerable, the president’s men are sending press releases to NTA and Daily Times. Please, when was the last time you got your news from NTA or Daily Times? If anyone still believes that social media is a joke, he needs to be reminded that Donald Trump just became the most powerful man in the world using a smart phone.
Many of those who had supported our president and his determination to eliminate the virus at the heart of our nation’s sickness, have even become too scared to even be associated with him. They are badly outgunned on social media. The many crazy stories that went viral recently about the ‘death’ of our president is a new level of the war. Big Toes want to totally demystify, discredit and destroy Buhari so that they can regain control of the purse strings of Nigeria. They cant wait for 2019. That is why they are killing our democratically elected president on the social media. Where is the guy responsible for clothing the President?
Let me state here that I have never met Muhammadu Buhari. I have never spoken with him directly or indirectly. I have not benefited from him in any way. I am not even sure that he has ever heard of me. I do not belong to APC or any political party. But I remember what happened in Nigeria after Buhari was taken out of power the first time. 419 took root in Nigeria and our values collapsed. The War Against Indiscipline died and madness took over the land. Buhari’s medicine might be very bitter but Nigeria’s sickness is that severe. If for any reason we no longer want Buhari, please let us wait for 2019 and not kill him on Facebook.
The truth is that our nation is at war. It is time that those who truly love Nigeria and want a tomorrow for our children fought back.
See you next week.

Nigerians and amnesia.

So, you have forgotten how you guys "outgunned" anybody with contrary opinion in the social media in 2015 and even threatened to run a parallel government if you guys lost?

Abiola was arrested and died in prison for declaring himself a president, something you guys vowed to do. If we are to be honest, the DSS should have locked up a lot of APC henchmen including Buhari and Amaechi for their inciting comments. But they didn't.

Now you guys are at the receiving end, it is no longer okay.

GEJ was maligned, insulted, and castigated yet he killed less protesters than Buhari, oversaw less price hikes than Buhari, and oversaw less job loss than Buhari. If GEJ was as sick as Buhari is now, it is conceivable to believe that APC supporters then would have been praying for his death. After all they said a goat is better than a sitting president.

But now that Buhari is at the receiving end, it is now war. It wasn't war in 2015?

You guys should continue with this hypocrisy, Nigerians are ready for you guys.

Anyhow una 1 play the game, we set dey look una.

Or if Rwanda genocide happen, how many of una go survive? People have been dieing and getting buried in shallow graves or left to rot in the open. Those people have one head. You too have one head. They died, the earth is still rotating. If you die, the world will not end.

The biggest threats to peace in Nigeria are APC supporters that applaud the killing of protesters, mock people for having contrary viewpoints, blame and insult Nigerians for any number of reasons, call for arrests of anyone who opposes the government or unwanton killings, and deflect campaign promises they were not forced to make.

You guys would raze the country in fire and we will all burn together. Exactly the same way we are all feeling the recession together.

The rain falls on the just and the unjust. Remember that!

-Lord

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by nabegibeg: 8:35pm On Jan 31, 2017
Na wa oooo
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by dhardline(m): 8:35pm On Jan 31, 2017
This country Don tire me... Problem here and there undecided

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by nabegibeg: 8:36pm On Jan 31, 2017
Na so dem go disappear
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by repogirl(f): 8:37pm On Jan 31, 2017
Who write this kind thing wey no get full stop or comma. I didn't understand squat and I read it five times, had to stop before I jumble my brains up.

From the little I understood, the oil company didn't keep to their end of the agreement and the soldiers are treating these people like criminals because they stopped the ongoing work.

Well, hope they get justice, this is Nigeria afterall. Sighs.

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by dogstyle007(m): 8:38pm On Jan 31, 2017
Hmmmmm
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Nobody: 8:39pm On Jan 31, 2017
The iniquity of the buhari regime is not yet complete

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Vickiweezy(m): 8:39pm On Jan 31, 2017
Waaaah!!!!!! shocked

Nigeria don cast finish, so tey dem no fit send money from some locations in US to Nigeria via western union.

$1 = #500

#FreeBiafra

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Nobody: 8:39pm On Jan 31, 2017
Observing
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Dinirojones(m): 8:40pm On Jan 31, 2017
I weep for my country nigeria ....The way these military men treat civilians ehn....coming baq frm work today saw some custom officers flogging an okada rider just becos he accidentally hit dere oga's car , ordinary custom officers o"......

Sometimes am forced to agree with our brodas from the other side of the niger, Nigeria is no longer a zoo buh an Evil forest......

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Arewa12: 8:40pm On Jan 31, 2017
Abuse of power
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Nobody: 8:42pm On Jan 31, 2017
Hehehe

I don't wanna imagine what will become of this country by December if things continue this way

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by CXLVII: 8:47pm On Jan 31, 2017
Photo-shopped pictures
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Naijalabel(m): 8:50pm On Jan 31, 2017
Serious
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by brainpulse: 8:50pm On Jan 31, 2017
you goats forgot when communities were destroying government properties and taking laws into your hands. you aint sheen shomtin

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Paschal55(m): 8:52pm On Jan 31, 2017
Hit like if you have nothing to say like me!

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by onunwa21(m): 9:12pm On Jan 31, 2017
GEJ people

Buhari why!!!!!!
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by 40kobo77: 9:18pm On Jan 31, 2017
Wike why?

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by AntiWailer: 9:34pm On Jan 31, 2017
Lol.

When they are boasting, they say they are untouchable.

When they touch themy, they ask bet why smiley


These are criminals in the community

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by DonCortino: 9:45pm On Jan 31, 2017
CXLVII:
Photo-shopped pictures
Anybody don call u goat for this thread yet?

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by sunnymighty(m): 9:46pm On Jan 31, 2017
Newbiee:
I just read an article by Tony Okoroji and it makes a lot of sense to me. It reads:
SATURDAY BREAKFAST with TONY OKOROJI:

BUHARI IS NOT DEAD BUT THEY ARE KILLING HIM ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

You better believe it, Nigeria is at war. I am not talking about the Boko Haram war in the North. I am also not talking about the never-ending skirmishes in the Niger Delta that threaten to bring to a halt whatever little income we still generate from crude oil.
Nigeria is at war over the control of the minds of our young people and the millions of our vulnerable citizens. The war is fierce. There are no rules in this crazy war. The Geneva Convention does not apply. Religion is in play. Tribe has become a major weapon. Genocide soon will be okay. Torture will be allowed. Right now, every crude propaganda tactic is being deployed as tribal, religious and ethnic hatred is being incubated in our land.
My biggest worry is whether the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria fully understands that our nation is at war and that if we do not do what we need to do and do it fast, Rwanda may once again be repeated in Africa.
I can hear a chorus of ‘God forbid!’. That is part of the problem. Somehow, we Nigerians have convinced ourselves that God loves us so much that we can do very stupid things and there will be no consequences Yea! We believe that what applies to the rest of God’s children do not apply to us. For some reason, we have begun to believe that we are such a special breed that we can consume all our seedlings, sow nothing and yet reap a bountiful harvest. Let me ask: did the Almighty step down from His throne while the horrific tragedy of Rwanda occurred? Was He not there while brothers and sisters butchered themselves in Sudan? Right now, in Syria and Iraq, unspeakable mayhem and suffering are taking place but God is still on His throne.
Let someone show me that chapter in the Bible or the Quran that says that God loves His children in Nigeria but hates his children in Rwanda, Sudan, Syria, Iraq and the other places where the incubation of hate has led to indescribable human suffering. Was God not on his thrown when Nigerians slaughtered each other during the Biafra war? Why is today different?
Everywhere in Nigeria people are praying from dusk to dawn. Everywhere you look, there are new churches and mosques being built. Pray, how can we love God so much, that we hate our brothers and sisters, children of the same God so much?
During the week, I accidentally ran into Femi Adesina, President Buhari’s chief spokesman, in Lagos. Femi probably would tell you that I was very upset with him, his team and their tactics in what has clearly become a war of attrition. I accused his team of leaving our president naked to be shot at and made fun of by all kinds of characters. Femi is clearly one of the finest journalists Nigeria has produced in recent years. He has grilled me in a memorable interview at the Sun. Practically, everyone who knows Femi will tell you that he is also a very decent gentleman. I like him. I am however asking myself whether Femi is not too decent to lead a critical part of the war that President Buhari must wage to prevent Nigeria from going the way of Rwanda or Sudan.
The war I speak of is not in Sambisa Forest or the creeks of the Delta. The war is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat and all over the internet. At this point, millions of Nigerians are being recruited to despise their President, to despise their fellow countrymen and to despise their country. History tells us that the ongoing recruitment has huge consequences for every Nigerian, man woman and child. Times are hard for a lot of Nigerians and that makes it even easier.
As has been clear in other places where foot soldiers of hate have been unleashed, a lot of the people being recruited do not even know that they are being recruited. How did Al Qaeda begin? How did the Hutus and Tutsis of Rwanda who had existed together for hundreds of years wake up one morning and start butchering each other? How did Boko Haram grow under our eyes and become the terror machine that has traumatized the Nigerian people?
Let’s face it – Buhari has stepped on Big Toes. Big Toes are fighting back with vengeance. Big Toes are incredibly cunning. A hungry man is an angry man and the story being craftily told the millions of hungry Nigerians is that Buhari is responsible for the biting hunger in the land. Big Toes will not tell you that they stole Nigeria’s common wealth, bought mansions across the world with the money budgeted to fight Boko Haram and sent our young men without weapons to go and die in Sambisa Forest. They will not tell you that they are responsible for the hunger in the land.
Sadly, while they are telling their story in a very co-ordinated way, no one appears to be telling the true story of Nigeria in a manner that makes sense. While Big Toes have an army deployed on every social media platform tugging on the hearts of our young and vulnerable, the president’s men are sending press releases to NTA and Daily Times. Please, when was the last time you got your news from NTA or Daily Times? If anyone still believes that social media is a joke, he needs to be reminded that Donald Trump just became the most powerful man in the world using a smart phone.
Many of those who had supported our president and his determination to eliminate the virus at the heart of our nation’s sickness, have even become too scared to even be associated with him. They are badly outgunned on social media. The many crazy stories that went viral recently about the ‘death’ of our president is a new level of the war. Big Toes want to totally demystify, discredit and destroy Buhari so that they can regain control of the purse strings of Nigeria. They cant wait for 2019. That is why they are killing our democratically elected president on the social media. Where is the guy responsible for clothing the President?
Let me state here that I have never met Muhammadu Buhari. I have never spoken with him directly or indirectly. I have not benefited from him in any way. I am not even sure that he has ever heard of me. I do not belong to APC or any political party. But I remember what happened in Nigeria after Buhari was taken out of power the first time. 419 took root in Nigeria and our values collapsed. The War Against Indiscipline died and madness took over the land. Buhari’s medicine might be very bitter but Nigeria’s sickness is that severe. If for any reason we no longer want Buhari, please let us wait for 2019 and not kill him on Facebook.
The truth is that our nation is at war. It is time that those who truly love Nigeria and want a tomorrow for our children fought back.
See you next week.

Thought provoking, Y not create a Topic/thread for this.

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Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by CXLVII: 9:46pm On Jan 31, 2017
DonCortino:

Anybody don call u goat for this thread yet?

No!
Re: JTF Officials Manhandle Community Members In Bayelsa, Hold Them Hostage (photo) by Lordsocrates: 9:51pm On Jan 31, 2017
Newbiee:
I just read an article by Tony Okoroji and it makes a lot of sense to me. It reads:
SATURDAY BREAKFAST with TONY OKOROJI:

BUHARI IS NOT DEAD BUT THEY ARE KILLING HIM ON SOCIAL MEDIA!

You better believe it, Nigeria is at war. I am not talking about the Boko Haram war in the North. I am also not talking about the never-ending skirmishes in the Niger Delta that threaten to bring to a halt whatever little income we still generate from crude oil.
Nigeria is at war over the control of the minds of our young people and the millions of our vulnerable citizens. The war is fierce. There are no rules in this crazy war. The Geneva Convention does not apply. Religion is in play. Tribe has become a major weapon. Genocide soon will be okay. Torture will be allowed. Right now, every crude propaganda tactic is being deployed as tribal, religious and ethnic hatred is being incubated in our land.
My biggest worry is whether the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria fully understands that our nation is at war and that if we do not do what we need to do and do it fast, Rwanda may once again be repeated in Africa.
I can hear a chorus of ‘God forbid!’. That is part of the problem. Somehow, we Nigerians have convinced ourselves that God loves us so much that we can do very stupid things and there will be no consequences Yea! We believe that what applies to the rest of God’s children do not apply to us. For some reason, we have begun to believe that we are such a special breed that we can consume all our seedlings, sow nothing and yet reap a bountiful harvest. Let me ask: did the Almighty step down from His throne while the horrific tragedy of Rwanda occurred? Was He not there while brothers and sisters butchered themselves in Sudan? Right now, in Syria and Iraq, unspeakable mayhem and suffering are taking place but God is still on His throne.
Let someone show me that chapter in the Bible or the Quran that says that God loves His children in Nigeria but hates his children in Rwanda, Sudan, Syria, Iraq and the other places where the incubation of hate has led to indescribable human suffering. Was God not on his thrown when Nigerians slaughtered each other during the Biafra war? Why is today different?
Everywhere in Nigeria people are praying from dusk to dawn. Everywhere you look, there are new churches and mosques being built. Pray, how can we love God so much, that we hate our brothers and sisters, children of the same God so much?
During the week, I accidentally ran into Femi Adesina, President Buhari’s chief spokesman, in Lagos. Femi probably would tell you that I was very upset with him, his team and their tactics in what has clearly become a war of attrition. I accused his team of leaving our president naked to be shot at and made fun of by all kinds of characters. Femi is clearly one of the finest journalists Nigeria has produced in recent years. He has grilled me in a memorable interview at the Sun. Practically, everyone who knows Femi will tell you that he is also a very decent gentleman. I like him. I am however asking myself whether Femi is not too decent to lead a critical part of the war that President Buhari must wage to prevent Nigeria from going the way of Rwanda or Sudan.
The war I speak of is not in Sambisa Forest or the creeks of the Delta. The war is on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, WhatsApp, Snapchat and all over the internet. At this point, millions of Nigerians are being recruited to despise their President, to despise their fellow countrymen and to despise their country. History tells us that the ongoing recruitment has huge consequences for every Nigerian, man woman and child. Times are hard for a lot of Nigerians and that makes it even easier.
As has been clear in other places where foot soldiers of hate have been unleashed, a lot of the people being recruited do not even know that they are being recruited. How did Al Qaeda begin? How did the Hutus and Tutsis of Rwanda who had existed together for hundreds of years wake up one morning and start butchering each other? How did Boko Haram grow under our eyes and become the terror machine that has traumatized the Nigerian people?
Let’s face it – Buhari has stepped on Big Toes. Big Toes are fighting back with vengeance. Big Toes are incredibly cunning. A hungry man is an angry man and the story being craftily told the millions of hungry Nigerians is that Buhari is responsible for the biting hunger in the land. Big Toes will not tell you that they stole Nigeria’s common wealth, bought mansions across the world with the money budgeted to fight Boko Haram and sent our young men without weapons to go and die in Sambisa Forest. They will not tell you that they are responsible for the hunger in the land.
Sadly, while they are telling their story in a very co-ordinated way, no one appears to be telling the true story of Nigeria in a manner that makes sense. While Big Toes have an army deployed on every social media platform tugging on the hearts of our young and vulnerable, the president’s men are sending press releases to NTA and Daily Times. Please, when was the last time you got your news from NTA or Daily Times? If anyone still believes that social media is a joke, he needs to be reminded that Donald Trump just became the most powerful man in the world using a smart phone.
Many of those who had supported our president and his determination to eliminate the virus at the heart of our nation’s sickness, have even become too scared to even be associated with him. They are badly outgunned on social media. The many crazy stories that went viral recently about the ‘death’ of our president is a new level of the war. Big Toes want to totally demystify, discredit and destroy Buhari so that they can regain control of the purse strings of Nigeria. They cant wait for 2019. That is why they are killing our democratically elected president on the social media. Where is the guy responsible for clothing the President?
Let me state here that I have never met Muhammadu Buhari. I have never spoken with him directly or indirectly. I have not benefited from him in any way. I am not even sure that he has ever heard of me. I do not belong to APC or any political party. But I remember what happened in Nigeria after Buhari was taken out of power the first time. 419 took root in Nigeria and our values collapsed. The War Against Indiscipline died and madness took over the land. Buhari’s medicine might be very bitter but Nigeria’s sickness is that severe. If for any reason we no longer want Buhari, please let us wait for 2019 and not kill him on Facebook.
The truth is that our nation is at war. It is time that those who truly love Nigeria and want a tomorrow for our children fought back.
See you next week.


Bhroo d kind fight wey I dey fight ehnnn my goons dey tell me say PMB dey use Jazz for my head...

but I will fight on Bhroo, we will fight on...we are the last hope.

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