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Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by BabaRamota1980: 3:23am On Jan 15, 2020
In the news, Ibrahim Babangida stated that before organising and launching Amotekun, SW Govs should have approached and obtained funding support from FG.

If SW had to do that it is counter purpose to our demand for restructuring and true Federalism.

The reason NPF is incapable of securing the nation adequately is because they are under-funded.

To suggest that SW Govs should involve FG is pretty much suggesting that we need FG to sustain security of our region.

We have said continously that FG is a burden to SW. We are slowed down from progressing because we cant use our own capacity for growth unless it is first authorized by an incompetent FG.

We have done more than cry to FG to secure our region and it has shown it does not have capacity to do so. Now that we have initiated our own solution for security Babangida, a non-entity in SW is suggesting we must again get the financial ok from FG to sustain it.

This is SW security, not North security. What concerns him in this? What an evil man! Very short sighted.

My leaders in SW must proceed.

Maybe GOD want butter Biafran bread and make everywhere scatter so they can finally get their sovereingty before 2023.

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Re: Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by oyatz(m): 5:40am On Jan 15, 2020
The Nigeria that IBB, Obasanjo, Buhari, Gowon ,Abacha, T.Y Danjuma and most of their Generation saw and are still seeing is the Nigeria of today in which there is a very strong Central Government dictating the pace of development of the Country.

The problem however is that their prescribed model has seriously failed to meet the needs of the Country, the greater problem is that they are resisting every attempts to change the unworkable system.
Re: Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by helinues: 5:48am On Jan 15, 2020
I am waiting for Osibanjo's stand on this..

So Fg relocated to Mars when SW governors were making preparation for the launching of Amotekun?
Re: Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by NimrodEndOfDays(m): 5:52am On Jan 15, 2020
I don't mean to disrepect, but the Yorubas who have made advanced achievements during the era of Awo have retrogressed badly.If only they can understand where the Igbos are coming from the better for them. The man babangida works for two forces. The British force who have sworn that we would continue to slaves and lesser humans in this world. The second force is the caliphate. These people are not interested in progress. They are here to slow our development so that we cannot be critical in our thinking enough for us to challenge the status quo. What I want to inform the Yorubas who actually want the best for their people is to start now to prepare for the inevitable. We all are in chains. What this babangida talk means that you do not have a say. That we the slave master's would determine your future. The SW has always believed that the alliance with the North was a partnership but it's not. Whatever they Northerners would do to the Igbos is what they would do to you. And this security outfit is a classic example. We just have to force ourselves out of this union or our children will have no future.
Re: Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by MelesZenawi: 5:54am On Jan 15, 2020
BabaRamota1980:
In the news, Ibrahim Babangida stated that before organising and launching Amotekun, SW Govs should have approached and obtained funding support from FG.

If SW had to do that it is counter purpose to our demand for restructuring and true Federalism.

The reason NPF is incapable of securing the nation adequately is because they are under-funded.

To suggest that SW Govs should involve FG is pretty much suggesting that we need FG to sustain security of our region.

We have said continously that FG is a burden to SW. We are slowed down from progressing because we cant use our own capacity for growth unless it is first authorized by an incompetent FG.

We have done more than cry to FG to secure our region and it has shown it does not have capacity to do so. Now that we have initiated our own solution for security Babangida, a non-entity in SW is suggesting we must again get the financial ok from FG to sustain it.

This is SW security, not North security. What concerns him in this? What an evil man! Very short sighted.

My leaders in SW must proceed.

Maybe GOD want butter Biafran bread and make everywhere scatter so they can finally get their sovereingty before 2023.


You don't need to add biafra to make sense just because FG said Amotekun is illegal.

Face the issue and stop looking for who to drag.

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Re: Babangida's Statement On Amotekun Is Short Sighted by Bringback9ja: 6:59am On Jan 15, 2020
Malami needs to explain if we can't provide security for our region.

In the coming weeks and months, we will know our stand on this country. If we can't provide safe life for our people under Nigeria law, we will have to pull out

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