Sunday, May 5, 2019
Bonn, Germany

Buhari and Atiku (Courtesy: COSCON)

Continued from Part 2

The darkness always lies (Anthony Liccione)

His lies were so exquisite I almost wept (Dave Eggers)

The least initial deviation from the truth is multiplied later a thousandfold (Aristotle)

Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools, that don't have brains enough to be honest (Benjamin Franklin)

n 2015, when Atiku donated a huge sum of money to Buhari's campaign, he was then a Nigerian. When he made available one of his private jets to be carrying Buhari all over Nigeria, during his campaign in 2015, nobody complained that Atiku was not a Nigerian. But now that he has contested against Buhari, and is on the verge of pushing him out of power, he's seen as a Cameroonian. Incredible!

Let me end this article with these words:

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian; then, all those who were born before 1960 are not Nigerians, because Nigeria started being in existence as from 1960.

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian; then, the Sultan and all the Fulani are not Nigerians, because, the Sultan's great, great, great, great grandfather, Othman Danfodio, came to the place called Nigeria now, in 1804, and that was when all the other Fulani emigrated from Guinea, their original homeland. We might as well say that Buhari, being a Fulani, is not a Nigerian.

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian; then, all those born from 1967 to 1970, in the former Eastern Region, are not Nigerians, because, within this period, that Region declared its independence, and was known as The Republic of Biafra.

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian, because he's from Adamawa State; then, Buhari's wife, Aisha, is also not a Nigerian. She's from that state.

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian, and if his local government area belonged to Cameroon; then, the election, Buhari claims to have won, should be voided, as long as a vote from that local government was tallied for him, as there was not part of Nigeria in 1960. Getting votes from Adamawa and Taraba, the states Buhari claims were in Cameroon, disqualifies him as the "president-elect".

If Atiku Abubakar is not a Nigerian; then, INEC and the DSS have failed woefully, as always, because, they shouldn't have allowed a "foreigner" to be on the ballot papers.

If Atiku Abubakar, who's the highest private employer of labor in Nigeria, is not a Nigerian; then, many Nigerians, including yours truly, would prefer such a "foreigner" to be Nigeria's president. After all, the man calling himself the president, and who claims to be a Nigerian, is not creating jobs; rather, he's killing the ones, "foreigners", like Atiku, created.

If Atiku Abubakar, who's not a Nigerian, can build one of the best private universities in Nigeria, investing in education, while Buhari's government is shortchanging the education sector; then, I and many other Nigerians would prefer Atiku as the president.

If Atiku Abubakar, who's a "foreigner" can do all his schooling in Nigeria, and has presented all his certificates to INEC, as a prerequisite to contest the presidency, while Buhari, the Nigerian, has no certificate or has presented any; then, we would prefer Atiku, with verifiable Nigerian certificates, as president.

If Atiku Abubakar, who is a de-tribalized human being, can forget all the beautiful women in his "native Cameroon" to marry wives from a foreign land - from the eastern, western, central and northern parts of Nigeria; then, we will give him the presidency and Nigerian nationality automatically, for making our sisters happy. Ironically, Buhari who claims to be a Nigerian, married from Adamawa, the area he claims did not belong to Nigeria.

If Atiku Abubakar had risen from the ranks to become Deputy Comptroller of Customs, even when Buhari was the military head of state, and he, Buhari, did nothing to detect his "un-Nigerianess", and to deport him to Cameroon that time; then, we're ready, now, to have him replace Buhari, because, Nigerians would prefer this "foreigner", as the president, rather than the clueless Buhari, the so-called Nigerian.

If Atiku Abubakar, the "foreigner", can be the Vice President of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007, and we allowed him to be; then, he's also free, now, to be the president of Nigeria. Let's talk about his nationality after he must have put Nigeria in better shape for us, since Nigerians, elected as presidents, found it hard to sort our problems out. In other words, let Atiku Abubakar become our new colonial master, and let's see if Nigeria will get better.

In God, we put our trust; and in the Election Tribunal/Courts, we put our last hope. The stolen mandate must be reclaimed. Failure is not an option here!


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Continued from Part 2