Atiku Abubakar: Another Fulani Replacing A Fulani In Aso Rock? It’s A Shame (2)

Continue from yesterday

Perish the argument that what have been listed above are being perpetuated by the All Progressives Congress (APC) government. That is nonsensical. Fulani have one common agenda; to overrun Nigeria, an agenda they vowed to implement with the last drop of their blood.

They tried it in Central African Republic and failed. They tried it in Ghana and were routed out. And now want to implement this evil agenda (of having a homeland, a country of Fulanis in Nigeria where other ethnic groups will either be exterminated or place as second class citizens like they did to the Hausas) in Nigeria. Meanwhile, they are foolishly assuming that they will succeed.

Though, Nysom Wike is not a better option (because of his irrational behaviour), PDP should have elected a Southerner (an Igbo) as its Presidential Candidate and not Atiku Abubakar. Leaders of PDP should go back and overturn the charade they did in Abuja last weekend. Devise a method of retrieving the ticket from Atiku Abubakar before Nigeria goes to the polls next year, 2023. How on earth would anybody allow the North to preside over two major positions in PDP?

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When would Southern politicians learn? Would Northern politicians behave the same foolish way? If the Presidency has domiciled in the South for eight years, would the core North allow the South to continue in the office for another eight years no matter who is being fielded from that zone? How was Goodluck Jonathan treated? Recall that even members of his cabinet from the core North worked against him. They secretly worked for Buhari. Gen Aliyu Gusau did his openly and got away with it.

How would the UN, the West or any bloc or country believe you when you complain that the Fulanis are on rampage in Nigeria when you keep electing and re-electing them into positions of authority?

The current PDP National Chairman, Iyorchia Ayu is from the North. Now, the party’s Presidential Candidate is also from the North. Where is the so called Nigerian unity? Where is the much touted zoning that ought to be the roadmap for electing or appointing political or economic managers and ultimately binds the North and South together? Where are Equity, Justice and Fairness in all this? Where is the famed rotation the party’s leadership touts about every now and then?

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Iyorchia Ayu shamelessly worked for the emergence of Atiku Abubakar during the PDP Convention to the extent that he openly congratulated Tambuwal (for betraying Wike?) immediately after the event, calling him the hero of the Convention. A centre referee that celebrates when a team scores a goal is not worthy to be a referee. This partisanship was glaringly idiotic.

Ayu’s ass should be kicked out of the PDP National Chairmanship seat, that’s if he fails to resign any moment from now. He is not fit to be a national chairman of any party, not even the “You Chop and I Chop Party”.

To Tambuwal and all the retrogressive forces in PDP and in Nigeria, the day of reckoning will soon be here. Nigeria cannot continue to go one step forward and three steps backwards. If you fail to change, the political hurricane will soon sweep you off the pontoon. Hee-haw! Tambuwal, you have shown that you are a true Fulani man, a perfidious being. Time will come when you will shout blessed is he that will help me, but a voice will respond, thou son of a betrayal, thou shall perish in thou own perfidy.

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I keep wondering what the PDP would give to the South in exchange for this one-sided and lopsided leadership, assuming it wins the Presidency in 2023? What? The President of the Senate, Speaker of House of Representatives, Secretary of the Government of the Federation?… What! What!! What…?


Uche Nwosu is a two time Shell Petroleum PLC award winner in the year 2000;
He won the Shell Award on Investigative Journalism and Environmental Cleanliness.

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