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Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by Hunter2009: 1:40pm On Jan 21
NIGERIAN ARMY AND THE WAR AGAINST DISINTEGRATION

Yabo Chris Ephraim

The year 2020 will forever be a historical reference point for every country around the globe. Every country had a share of the challenges that 2020 came with or at worst felt it impact. In Nigeria, it was not just the global pandemic and its ravaging impact, it was a year the Nigerian Army had a date with history. It was tested in many fronts, but it core mandate of defending our sovereignty, unity and democracy was tested in no small measure. Like Abraham Lincoln said; "only the test of fire makes fine steel". The Nigerian Army has earned itself a place in history for standing up to the enemies of our nation both internally and externally

In the year 2020, precisely around October, there was an uprising that culminated in the killings of scores of our security personnels by our own citizens, massive and wanton destruction/looting of public and private properties. This uprising was disguised as a peaceful protest, but it was not aimed at pursuing any genuine reforms or good governance. The stated objective was to end police brutality and bring reforms, but the organizers only used that as a smokescreen to lure unsuspecting Nigerians to join the uprising and give it more publicity. The grand design was to topple the government in power by creating and sponsoring chaos and anarchy in the fashion that was used in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Tunisia and Sudan.

The strategy is to sow strife and disaffection among citizenry, which will engender a fertile ground for the evil machination of Western power in collaboration with some of our brothers in Nigeria. Once this is achieved through a combination of propaganda and incitement, then the real bloodthirsty masquerades will surface in the name of democratic institutions and organizations such as Amnesty International, ICC and their propaganda apparatus CNN.

Nigerian Army through intelligence, discovered this devilish plan by unscrupulous elements and planned a counter strategy to quell the uprising peacefully and without contravening the constitution of our country which guarantees the right of the citizens to protest. On 14th October 2020, it issued a statement to the effect that it will not allow subversive elements destabilize our country. It equally reaffirmed its commitment to protect our democracy at all cost.

Those who masterminded atrocities that ousted the legitimate government of Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya chose a different strategy of accusing the leaders of harboring and sponsoring terrorism which has not been proven till this day. The case of Egypt was plain animosity by the Western power against the Moslem Brotherhood and the government of Mohammed Morsi which started as a protest at Tahrir Square that eventually led to his ouster and death. The other cases were through economic sabotage and perpetually organized insecurity which brought these countries to their knees

Nigeria as the biggest player in Africa with so much potentials became the target of this unscrupulous elements from within and without. Through economic sabotage, relentless recruitments of terrorists, training, arming and funding terrorism, they have clogged the wheels of progress in Nigeria. With the prediction of the disintegration of Nigeria in the year 2020, it was hoped that this government wouldn't last beyond their projected date for its disintegration. With the support of some international organizations, they project an image of democratic ideals and protection of human rights on the one hand, while fuelling terrorism and insecurity on the other. These Western powers have largely refused to cooperate with the Nigerian government in the fight against insecurity by outrightly delaying or refusing to sale arms to Nigeria, but have continue to supply more than enough arms to the enemies of Nigeria. Many may not quite understand the full scale of the grand design by this satanic forces. With this government surviving more than five years after the said prediction, they have in recent times intensified their effort to keep a date with their prediction of Nigeria's disintegration, with the collaboration of some political jobbers willing to trade our peace and stability for their selfish ambition.

Despite the setbacks and towering challenges, the Nigerian Army and other security agencies have sacrificed their lives, blood and sweat to manage these internally and externally engineered insecurity, to keep Nigeria standing after their due date. The Nigerian Army has maintained utmost discipline, valour and patriotism even in the face of provocative propaganda, and has continue to ensure that Nigeria's case did not spiral out of control as is the case with countries mentioned earlier.

We, as a people, must resist the plan to destabilize our country by refuting and disregarding all the negative propaganda against our government and the security agencies. We must be resolute and united in supporting our security agencies particularly the Nigerian Army that is at the forefront of this war and keeping our democracy. We must keep the faith knowing that darkness cannot overcome light and evil cannot triumph over good. I salute the courage and determination of the leadership and all personnel of the Nigerian Army and other security agencies for their sacrifices and doggenes.
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by wakaman: 1:54pm On Jan 21
Most Nigerians don't know what the country is facing as a state from war mongering and collaborative states, individuals, institutions and enterprises.
Some Nigerians are in tandem with these machinations and have decided to fuel it by tribal, religious and even geographical incitements they use propaganda, outright false news, inciting opinions, preaching and other channels to spread disharmony and mistrust in the land.
By their emotional gauge Nigeria should burn for all they care.
Nigeria go survive.
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by SoBright101: 2:16pm On Jan 21
Buhari body language says it all.

Dey there dey deceive yourself like say we are still in old days when government go dey use propaganda dey deceive it's citizens

wakaman:
Most Nigerians don't know what the country is facing as a state from war mongering and collaborative states, individuals, institutions and enterprises.
Some Nigerians are in tandem with these machinations and have decided to fuel it by tribal, religious and even geographical incitements they use propaganda, outright false news, inciting opinions, preaching and other channels to spread disharmony and mistrust in the land.
By their emotional gauge Nigeria should burn for all they care.
Nigeria go survive.

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Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by wakaman: 3:20pm On Jan 21
SoBright101:
Buhari body language says it all.

Dey there dey deceive yourself like say we are still in old days when government go dey use propaganda dey deceive it's citizens


What side are you on?
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by tit(f): 3:23pm On Jan 21
wakaman:


What side are you on?

On the side of the Nigerian people.
If you kill all the Nigeria people, who will inherit Nigeria?
Fulani from Niger?

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Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by wakaman: 3:39pm On Jan 21
tit:


On the side of the Nigerian people.
If you kill all the Nigeria people, who will inherit Nigeria?
Fulani from Niger?

Fulani from Niger? Are you saying Fulani from Niger are killing all Nigerians including Nigerian Fulanis, if so it means Nigerian Fulanis are also victims of these marauders. Then castigating all Fulanis whether indigenous or not is injustice! I am not absolving the criminal elements of Fulani stock cause criminals do exist amongst the Fulanis like every other tribe.
Also castigating people because of their lifestyle is discrimination, yes Fulani settlements in the forests should be investigated, and where no crime is evidenced and land mass has been duly and properly appropriated such settlements must be protected and provided for as guaranteed by the constitution for every citizen of Nigeria.
Vigilante styled operations and relationships would only lead to bad blood that is reciprocable.
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by tit(f): 3:44pm On Jan 21
So this is all about seizing land for the Fulanis?
So if the Fulani come and settle peaceably in my parlor, govt should assign the land to them?
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by wakaman: 4:01pm On Jan 21
tit:
So this is all about seizing land for the Fulanis?
So if the Fulani come and settle peaceably in my parlor, govt should assign the land to them?

You are making it trivial, look at the bigger picture if a tribe is ran out of town due to some criminal elements within them, then all tribes are prone to being ran out of towns vigilante style.
This would be chaos,given how fragile our tribal relationships are.
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by SoBright101: 7:56pm On Jan 21
You won't have been stressed this much defending present government if Buhari has checked his tribesmen from taking possession of people's land by force, kidnapping, killing and raping people, turning their self to nuisance.
Only chaos can stop all these nuisance your people are doing here so everyone would know their boundary

Now, let me ask you, can you tolerate the nonsense your people are doing in other regions in your own region?

It's so glaring Buhari govt encourage the Fulani killers. Have you ever hear him or any of his cabinet condemn the activities of the killer fulanis? His level of nepotism is out of this world
It shows in his body language.

wakaman:


You are making it trivial, look at the bigger picture if a tribe is ran out of town due to some criminal elements within them, then all tribes are prone to being ran out of towns vigilante style.
This would be chaos,given how fragile our tribal relationships are.
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by wakaman: 10:23pm On Jan 21
SoBright101:
You won't have been stressed this much defending present government if Buhari has checked his tribesmen from taking possession of people's land by force, kidnapping, killing and raping people, turning their self to nuisance.
Only chaos can stop all these nuisance your people are doing here so everyone would know their boundary

Now, let me ask you, can you tolerate the nonsense your people are doing in other regions in your own region?

It's so glaring Buhari govt encourage the Fulani killers. Have you ever hear him or any of his cabinet condemn the activities of the killer fulanis? His level of nepotism is out of this world
It shows in his body language.


My people, yes!
Nigerians, yes!
My tribe no, I am Yoruba.
If this expulsion is allowed to happen, other instances on other tribes would come up, tribal expulsion takes trend can you see that far.

Work with the law, not vigilanteism!
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by SoBright101: 10:44pm On Jan 21
Which law please? Are you in Nigeria?

wakaman:


My people, yes!
Nigerians, yes!
My tribe no, I am Yoruba.
If this expulsion is allowed to happen, other instances on other tribes would come up, tribal expulsion takes trend can you see that far.

Work with the law, not vigilanteism!

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Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by tit(f): 2:13am On Jan 22
SoBright101:
Which law please? Are you in Nigeria?


he is not Yoruba.
he is a fulani man trying to deceive people again
Re: Nigerian Army And The War Against Disintegration by SoBright101: 11:45am On Jan 22
I know, just playing along while trying to educate him.

Beware Nigerians. This is the time to know and understand the true identity of those who cause tribalism on here, they are paid agents, they are neither from east or west. They have more than twenty monikers, they would create tribal related topics and make tribal comments with different monikers to cause chaos between southerners. Though, they have no conscience but you can try to educate them or better ignore them. They are easy to identify, use your head brothers.
They dominate this platform. They are evil and restless until their aim is achieved.

tit:


he is not Yoruba.
he is a fulani man trying to deceive people again

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