See shocking evidences to Proof Obasanjo right on Islamization agenda claim – Archbishop Okogie

More shocking evidences have started popping up from various quarters across the country to further proof that Obasanjo was right on his claim on Islamization and Fulanilization agenda.

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More shocking evidences have started popping up from various quarters across the country to further proof that Obasanjo was right on his claim on Islamization and Fulanilization agenda.

Recalling that the former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo made a claim earlier that some elements are plotting to Islamize and fulanilize Nigeria, different public icons have been bringing up various evidences to support Obasanjo’s claim. Most recent evidence came from the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos Metropolitan Anthony Cardinal Olubunmi Okogie.

Archbishop Okogie has layed out evidences, recounting things that are happening to proof Obasanjo is right on Fulanization of Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari. In his words, he pointed at the state of the insecurity in the country as worse than deplorable in the history of Nigeria. He added, saying Obasanjo was “pointing to an open secret, and that there is a synergy between Boko Haram, herdsmen and ISIS.

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The Achbishop further made reference to various things that has happened to further back Obasanjo’s claim stating that “On a Monday in September 2015, former Finance Minister, Chief Olu Falae, was on his farm in Ilado near Akure when some armed men came looking for him.

“By 2018, herdsmen were wreaking havoc in the states of the middle belt of Nigeria.

“Then, a retired Chief of Army Staff, a veteran of military intervention in Nigerian politics, General Theophilus Danjuma, warned that there was ethnic cleansing in the middle belt.

“Having lost confidence in the government’s willingness or ability to deal with the situation, General Danjuma called on the people of the middle belt to take responsibility for their own security.

“The reaction of aides to the President of the Federal Republic was to insult him and call him names he did not deserve to bear.

“Recently, former President Obasanjo added his voice to those of Chief Falae, Gen. Danjuma and many others, voices warning us of heightened insecurity in our country. President Obasanjo spoke of ‘Fulanisation and Islamisation.’

“But in what has become a typical reaction from aides to President Buhari, President Obasanjo’s concerns were not addressed. What he received were gratuitous insults from President Buhari’s aides.

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“Nonetheless, it is highly significant that one of President Obasanjo’s most virulent critiques, Professor Wole Soyinka, urged the federal government to address the issues he raised

“The issue is neither the character nor the political affiliation of those who are speaking. The issue is insecurity and the government’s inability or unwillingness to address the issue.

“Our highways are unsafe. A major highway like the Abuja-Kaduna Road has become a theatre of operation for kidnappers.

“The northwestern states of Zamfara and Katsina have become utterly unsafe. They have been taken over by armed bandits. Yet, all that presidential aides have to offer concerned Nigerians is insolence.

“There were reports that arrests were made. But Nigerians no longer hear of any judicial process to which these importers are being subjected. The matter appears to have died. Little wonder we now live in a Nigeria saturated with ammunition.

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“How on earth can we claim to be living in a democratic polity when presidential aides forget or ignore the fact that the President was put in office by the votes of the people? “For if they knew the principles of democracy; they would not be disrespectful to Nigerians who happen to hold views divergent from those of government on how affairs of state are to be handled.

“One would have thought that, by now, four years since 2015, presidential aides would have grasped the difference between insolence and competence.

“One does not need to hold any brief for former President Obasanjo to know that his concerns on this matter are genuine. One only needs to read carefully the text of his intervention.

“One need not be his friend or political ally to observe that there are one-sided actions on the part of the government in matters of security.

“Well-meaning Nigerians express concerns that herdsmen are treated with kid gloves and allowed to get away with murder while some other agitators are called terrorists, proscribed and gunned down.

“A ‘technically defeated’ Boko Haram continues to hold Leah Sharibu in captivity while the federal government secured the release of her Muslim schoolmates and the release of Zainab Aliyu and Ibrahim Abubakar from death row in Saudi Arabia.

“Obasanjo is pointing to an open secret, and that is: there is a synergy between Boko Haram, herdsmen and ISIS.

“This synergy, leading to a gradual implementation of the Islamisation agenda of ISIS, is what is being referred to as Fulanisation and Islamisation.

“It is about the imposition by ISIS of its own version of Islam. Whoever opposes it, be that person Christian or Muslim or Fulani, is eliminated.

“If so, what type of leadership do we have? It is the responsibility of the president and his aides to address the situation in ways that are manifestly even-handed. There are fears that some people have taken over this country. We are held hostage on our land.

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“This country is in the hands of invaders, bandits, herdsmen and kidnappers. Nigeria is under attack. Will the President and Commander in Chief show leadership?”


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