INCARCERATION OF OMOYELE SOWORE

INCARCERATION OF OMOYELE SOWORE

 

INCARCERATION OF OMOYELE SOWORE BY THE DESPOTIC AND TYRANNICAL GOVERNMENT OF GENERAL MUHAMMAD BUHARI: IGBOS AND YORUBAS, THE MOST EDUCATED, BUT FOOLISH SLAVES IN NIGERIA

Just like the Indigenous People of Biafra have been constantly slaughtered by the government of Nigeria for rightfully expressing, without arms of any form, their desire to have a separate state from Nigeria, due to gross subjugation, annihilation, persistent insecurity and hopelessness in the state of Nigeria.

Similarly, this same tyrannical government has continued to incarcerate Mr. Omoyele Sowore for asking Nigerians to rise up against the wicked and bloody government of Nigeria, under General Muhammad Buhari.

This same government has never condemned nor arrested any member or leader of the deadly Fulani Herdsmen who has slaughtered more than 100,000 Nigerians: men, women, children, priest, and Pastors and sacked many indigenous villages, burnt down churches including the congregations burned alive, and took over their ancestral home and the community.

The most interesting thing is that these killers are not hidden from the Nigerian security forces. The leaders, MIYETI ALLAH from the NORTHERN NIGERIA has never ceased to threaten and carry out attacks openly on Nigerians, and yet the Nigerian government never called them to order? Never sent the military to confront THEM, Never arrested their leader nor any of their members who are walking freely like Lords in Nigeria.
When would the SLAVES in the Southern parts of Nigeria, led by the YORUBA and IGBO come out of their perpetual slavish mentality and stand up for the total RESTRUCTURING OF NIGERIA TO TRUE FEDERALISM? When are the Yorubas and Igbos going to stop contesting for the crumbs from the Northern colonial masters and insist on equity, justice, equality, and fairness for everyone in Nigeria? For how long do they intend to remain slaves in Nigeria?

Why do they claim to be the most educated and most traveled and exposed, and yet, remain slaves to the perceived less educated and less traveled?

The more the years go by without any plan to change the zoo-like status-quo of the Nigerian state, the more I feel uncomfortable, especially for the future of my children.

– Jonas Udeji

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