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What If Buhari is Not the Real PMB in ASO ROCK?– Femi Fani Kayode Explodes!

What If Buhari is Not the Real PMB in ASO ROCK?– Femi Fani Kayode Explodes!

Former Minister of Culture, Olufemi Olukayode has taken to Facebook to buttress Nnamdi Kanu’s claim of President Buhari being substituted with a double who now parades himself as the President.

He highlighted some observations to support the claim.

See the observations below. . .

  1. Buhari went for surgery in January.

  2. The story was that he didn’t quite make it and was brain-dead.

  3. Aisha came back crying in April.

  4. Aisha was later barred by Mamman Daura and Abba Kyari from seeing Buhari.

  5. In June/July, Buhari started receiving visitors in London.

  6. Story was that he was always laughing

(me, thinks his double was still learning the ropes and was always laughing to hide what he didn’t know).

  1. Buhari supposedly arrived Nigeria in July.

  2. The Buhari wasn’t holding meetings or seen in public.

  3. The Buhari became more vicious (even beyond his own evil threshold).

  4. Ango Abdulahi had earlier alleged he was a

double Buhari.

  1. FFK had a private interview alleging it was a double (buhari’s look-alike, Jubrin from Sudan) masquerading as president buhari.

  2. AIT was threatened with calamity should the interview be aired.

  3. The interview was docked and AIT paid.

  4. Nnamdi Kanu alleged he was Jubrin, buhari’s look-alike from Sudan and not Buhari.

  5. The Army was sent to attack Nnamdi Kanu

and kill him so that the information will be buried, unfortunately for the Army Nnamdi Kanu disappeared and appeared in Israel.

  1. The attack was most unwise and was too risky to the country, yet it happened (the cabal wants the story dead by whatever means).

  2. The IPOB attack backfired, even Orji Uzo Kanu who was contracted to execute Nnamdi Kanu’s assassination now dumped by APC and barred from traveling out of Nigeria because of the failed contract.

  3. The world powers commenced asking

questions.

  1. The London surgeons are being questioned.

  2. America, UK, France are smelling blood and

seek engagements.

  1. Buhari or Jubrin/Cabal are vulnerable and

pull out of most global organizations.

  1. The alleged double (buhari’s look-alike,

Jubrin from Sudan) doesn’t look up the few

times he’s in public.

  1. The alleged double seems 15yrs younger.

  2. The alleged double is somewhat shorter than the twin.

  3. The alleged double has a different earlobe.

  4. The alleged double has a hairline a distance away from the ears.

  5. The alleged double is darker brown.

  6. No one undergoing chemotherapy would have facial hair intact at the time.

  7. The new Buhari sees without glasses.

  8. The new one has a different nose; beaked

like an Arab’s.

  1. Remembered the Rat invested President’s office saga that made him stay away from his office ??…. It was all a cabal lie! The real reason was because the fingerprint of the new Buhari couldn’t open the door of the Real PMB, the Cabal cooked the story in other to buy more time and use the avenue to remove the old security doors and replace with new ones.

You could remember that everything in the president’s office was removed and replaced with new one before the fake Buhari entered.

  1. Zahra complains to the minister that the thing in abuja is not her “father”.

  2. The Army is suddenly very powerful and

extremely dumb!

  1. All Buhari children and his wife are no more in Aso Rock, the wife is under Oath not to say the truth or she will be killed by the Cabal.

  2. UK and USA know the truth but used the opportunity to negotiate for more economic interest with the cabal.

  3. In other to satisfy external interest and embezzle more money by the Cabal, Nigerian economy is now the Headquarters of poverty in the world according to global rating index.

The Cabal is not interested in improving the economy of Nigeria, they are like Yahoo boys or a kidnapper who has kidnapped the entire economy.

Since the fake Buhari entered, have you witnessed a major project going on in Nigeria. You only hear of promises and 1000 lies from Lai Mohammed, you will discover everything here to be true.

Femi Fani-Kayode React to Northern Presidential candidates Sentiments 

Femi Fani-Kayode React to Northern Presidential candidates Sentiments 

An old friend of mine, who is now a Governor in the North-West, once told me that “the Christians of the north are nothing”.

Another old friend of mine, who was once a leading and respected figure 8n law-enforcement and who is from the North-East once told me that, “when we say the Presidency must come to the north we are talking about the Hausa-Fulani north and no-one else”.

Another old friend of mine, who was in the Senate and who is from one of the North-Central states once told me that, “I do not think any southerner ought to attack or criticise Buhari or his policies”.

With sentiments like this is there any hope for Nigeria? Though they mask it well, deep down all three of these men are as arrogant, self-serving and racist as Buhari himself.

Worse still all three have presidential ambitions and they all give the world the impression that they are civilised, well-exposed, cosmopolitan, well-travelled and moderate.

Sadly nothing could be further from the truth. They are nothing but glorified peasants and little better than the terrorist primitive herdsmen.

Double-speak, deception, treachery and deceit runs in their blood and I am constrained to say, with friends like that who needs enemies!

Racism and ethnic subjugation in any form ought to be condemned. It is either all Nigerians are equal, regardless of tribe or faith, or there will not be a Nigeria for much longer.

No Nigerian was “born to rule” and none were “born to be ruled.”  This point appears to be lost to these three little blind mice.

LESSONS FROM NUREMBERG; Femi Fani-Kayode

By: Femi Fani-Kayode


LESSONS FROM NUREMBERG

What happened to my friend and brother Senator Ike Ekweremadu in Nuremberg, Germany at the hands of IPOB is an eye-opener and a clear signal to every political leader in southern Nigeria! The people of the south are getting angry and you either stand up and defend them or stand aside!

It takes courage to stand for those that have been unjustly killed in Nigeria. It takes courage to say “no” and to stand up against injustice in a jungle. It takes courage to identify and empathise with the enslaved, the oppressed, the poor, the vulnerable and the weak in a killing field and functional zoo.

Yet we must all do it or stop laying claim to being called leaders. When your people and kinsmen are being turned into worthless slaves with little hope for the future and when they are being slaughtered like flies simply because they are southerners and Middle Belters or because of their faith and you say and do next to nothing then somewhere along the line a price has to be paid.

What happened in Nuremberg yesterday marks the beginning of an awakening. Every southern politician, including yours truly, will be called to account to the people of the south about what he or she did to stop the genocide and ethnic cleansing of southerners in Buhari’s Nigeria.

If anyone believes that it is only IPOB or the people of the South-East that feel so bitter then they really do not know what is going on. The sons and daughters of the Niger Delta, the South-South and the South-West are equally aggrieved. The anger is palpable and it is spreading throughout the south.

As each day passes those of us, like Ike Ekweremadu, that have called for patience and restraint are being seen as traitors and sell-outs by our own people who demand a far more candid, courageous, proactive, dynamic, honest, protective and inspirational form of leadership.

Only God knows for how much longer those of us that are moderates and that believe in non-violent and passive resistance can hold the line. Our people are boiling and they are about to kindle a fire that may consumme us all if something is not done to appease them and give them hope.

I call on President Muhammadu Buhari to shed his cloak of partiality, to put Nigeria before his Fulani tribe, to stop the genocide, mass murder and ethnic cleansing, to remove the Fulani herdsmen from the south and the Middle Belt, to proscribe Miyetti Allah and the Fulani mlitants, to declare them as terrorists and enemies of the Nigerian state and to protect the lives of EVERY Nigerian from this great evil that has tormented our people and torn us apart.

The fact that Ekweremadu wore a shirt which was covered with the Nigerian Coat of Arms and that it was torn to shreds by those that attacked him is  instructive. It may also prove to be prophetic.

I say this because the assertion that Nigeris must and will remain one regardless of the humiliation, persecution, marginalisation, subjugation, barbarity, wickedness and torment that the south has been subjected to over the last 59 years and particularly over the last four years by those that believe that they were born to rule is, at best, misplaced and naive and, at worse, shallow and asinine.

How can Nigeria possibly remain one when every single one of the 17 security and intelligence agencies in the country and every arm of the Nigerian military except for the Navy is headed by a northern Muslim?

How can Nigeria remain one when the three arms of Government, namely the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary is headed by a northern Muslim?

How can Nigeria remain one when there is only one southerner in the top four positions in the country, namely the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and he is also Muslim?

Worse still his Deputy and every single one of the four principal officers in the House of Represenatives are northern Muslims.

How can Nigeria remain one when the substantive Minister of Petroleum and Gas over the last four years and every single key General Manager and Director at the nations state-owned petroleum corporation, the NNPC, are all northern Muslims?

How can Nigeria remain one when, for the better part of the last few years and up until one month ago, every single branch of the three tiers of the Federal Courts, namely the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Federal High Court, were headed by northern Muslims?

For the record, one month ago a Christian from the Middle Belt took over at the Federal High Court and that helped to balance the equation but the point remains valid.

How can Nigeria remain one when the first and fourth most deadly terrorist organisations in the world, namely Boko Haram and the Fulani militants, are wreaking havoc and committing the most heinous and barbaric atrocities all over Nigeria with the help and support of ISIS?

Worse still the Fulani militants have made a sport of targetting and killing southeners and Middle Belters and occupying their land with the tacit support of the Government who have refused to call them terrorists or to arrest, prosecute and bring them to justice?

How can Nigeria remain one when it is clear that a Fulanisation and Islamisation policy is being implemented by the Buhari administration before our very eyes?

How can Nigeria remain one when groups that have not killed anyone and that do not carry arms like IPOB and the IMN have been proscribed and declared as terrorist organisations whilst their leaders are subjected to inhuman treatment and hounded?

How can Nigeria remain one when the Coalition of Northern Groups, with the backing and support of the Northern Elders Forum, openly and publicly threaten the lives of southerners that live in the north and give them ultimatums to leave and consistently threatenen to target southerners if RUGA is not implemented in the south?

How can Nigeria remain one when Miyetti Allah appears to be above the law and when the Fulani herdsmen are allowed to carry arms and appear to be untouchable?

How can Nigeria remain one when the most senior Presidential spokesman says we must either give up our land to the murderous Fulani terrorist herdsmen or give up our lives?

How can Nigeria remain one when our quisling Vice President says that we must pray for the Fulani herdsmen that kill us on a daily basis, that take our land and that rape and abduct our wives  and children?

How can Nigeria remain one when the Vice President also says that the number of killings are “exagerrated”?

How can Nigeria remain one when Christian leaders and clerics are being singled out and targetted for slaughter all over the country?

How can Nigeria remain one when more Churches have been burnt and more priests and Christian clerics have been killed in the last four years than at any other time in our history?

How can Nigeria remain one when more Nigerians have been killed in the last four years than at any other time other than during the civil war?

How can Nigeria remain one when over 3,500 MASS murders and MASS killings have taken place in Nigeria this year alone?

How can Nigeria remain one when our people are more divided on religious, ethnic and regional lines than at any other time in our history?

How can Nigeria remain one when southerners and Middle Belters are treated like scum and are regarded as nothing but slaves and, at best, second class citizens in their own country?

How can Nigeria remain one when Mr. Omoyele Sowore is abducted from his home in the middle of the night like a common criminal, dumped in a DSS cell, treated like a terrorist, detained for a minimum of 45 days and will be charged for treason or treasonable felony simply because he wanted to organise a peaceful demonstration against the reckless, inept, incompetent and dangerous policies of the Buhari Government?

How can Nigeria remain one when a courageous young lady by the name of Miss Leah Sharibu was not released and allowed to come home with the other Dapchi girls simply because she refused to renounce her Christian faith?

How can Nigeria remain one when southerners and northerners regard one another with increasing suspicion and contempt and with growing disdain?

How can Nigeria remain one when Fulani nationalism and supremacy is engendered and encouraged by the Buhari administration whilst the ethnic nationalism of the Yoruba, Igbo, Ijaw, Tiv and other indigenous tribes from the South and the Middle Belt are frowned upon,  outlawed and treated as a crime?

Given all this, it is not surprising that when those that attacked Ekweremadu saw him wearing a shirt with the Nigerian coat of arms emblazzoned all over it at an Igbo yam festival in distant Germany they simply lost control of themselves, allowed their fury to take over  and tore it to shreds. I do not seek to justify or condone their behaviour and neither do I support it: I only seek to explain it.

They are in pain and that pain has turned into a palpable and dangerous rage.

Those of us that lay claim to being southern leaders would do well to recognise that fact, accept it and resolve to rise up to the challenges that our people are facing.

The bitter truth is that the Nigerian Coat of Arms and the Nigerian flag itself, to a sizeable number of people from the South, has now become a symbol of tyranny, terror, subjugation and oppression.

As unpleasant and distasteful as this may be and as difficult it is to accept, that is the bitter and plain truth and the ugly events at Nuremberg have proved it.

The biggest miscalculation that the President could possibly make is to believe that this matter can be contained or that it will go away with time. The more the killings, the greater the build-up of anger and the greater the chance that things will soon explode.

We must do all we can to stop this and to restore love, peace, equity, justice, trust and mutual respect to our people and our land. That is the only way to ensure that what happened to Senator Ike Ekweremadu does not happen to other southern leaders some time in the not too distant future.

We must all be ready to stick our necks out for our people and defend them as aggressively and vigorously as is necessary or, if we fail to do so, we must be ready to pass on the baton and step aside for those that will.

Leadership requires risk and sacrifice. We, as southern leaders, must be ready to take a courageous stand and resolve to do both. We must do whatever it takes and whatever is necessary to protect the lives and property of our people, to defend their honor and dignity and to safeguard their future.

This is a duty and obligation that we must pledge to uphold and a covenant that we must make before the Living God. I wish my friend and brother Senator Ike Ekweremadu a speedy recovery from the unfortunate events in Nuremberg, Germany.

(Femi Fani-Kayode, 17th August, 2019)

THE ORIGIN OF IGBO LAND; IGBOS BIBLICAL GENEALOGY

Republished by Theophilus Izobofolo


THE ORIGIN OF IGBO LAND; IGBOS BIBLICAL GENEALOGY

PLEASE KNOW YOUR ORIGIN, IT IS WISE AND EDUCATING TO KNOW YOUR HISTORY AND FAMILY TREE LINE AND WHERE YOU ORIGINATED FROM.

They documented some of our history in your bible but you don’t know.

IGBOS BIBLICAL GENEALOGY.

Let’s begin according to Genesis 29 vs 30: JACOB had twelve (12) sons namely:

#1. Ruben
#2. Simeon
#3. Levi
#4. Judah
#5. Dan
#6. Naphtali
#7. Gad
#8. Asher
#9. Issachar
#10. Zebulun
#11. Joseph
#12. Benjamin.

The 7th son was GAD. And according to Genesis 46 vs16.

GAD had seven (7) sons namely:

Ziphon
Haggi
Shunni
Ezbon
Eri
Arodi
Areli.

Sometime in Middle East, famine struck and Jacob moved with his family and about 70 other relations to Egypt. But before then Joseph (which was 11th son of Jacob) had already been sold to Egypt by his brothers, where he was made Governor General under a King Pharaoh.

As time goes on when the Pharaoh that knows Joseph died, they started suffering persecutions from the hand of Egyptians but ERI the 5th son of GAD foresaw the danger, persecution, and wickedness coming and he decided to leave in time with his two younger brothers, ARODI & ARELI with one of his half brothers.

They travelled through Ethiopia, Sudan and down towards West Africa through river nile and landed at a place known as AGULERI today through Omambala river in Anambra state, around 1305 BC.

(I) ERI established and lived close to the Omambala river. He was wealthy and wise like his great grand father (Abiama) Abraham.

That is why Anambra state has the highest number of rich people in Africa.

ERI; had five (5) sons:

(1) Agulu
(2) Atta
(3) Oba
(4) Hebrew/Ibo
(5) Menri.

(1) AGULU; as the first son stayed back and established in the place known as Agulu-ERI (Agulu son of ERI) in Anambra state.

(2) ATTA; moved to upward North and established a place known as “IGALA Kingdom” and that is why their overall KING is known as “Atta of IGALA” in Kogi state

(3) OBA; left and founded a place known as Oba Kingdom in Anambra state.

(4) HEBREW; which have been changed to mean Hibo or Ibo. He was very powerful spiritual man and that is why people from this area are always very spiritual.

He left and founded Igbo-Etiti, Igbo-Adagbe, Igbo-Eze (within Nsukka and parts of Anambra).

(5) MENRI left and founded a place known as “Agukwu-NRI”.

NRI-Kingdom.

(II). ARODI moved to a place known as “ARO- CHUKWU”. Very industrious and good at arts and crafts.

(e.g: Aba Ngwa people of Aba).

ARODI gave birth to:

(1) Nembe
(2) Ngwa
(3) Abakaliki
(4) Ogoni
(5) Afikpo
(6) Aro-Ikot Ekpene (Akwa Ibom )
(7) Aro- Echie (Rivers state)
(8) Arondizuogu.

During slave trade Aro spread all over the world. America, Cuba, Brazil and “ARO-festival” is always been celebrated in CUBA.

(III). ARELI was a man with a lot of Wisdom. The native tongue of his descendants is today known as “Central-Igbo”. And people from this Area have the highest number of graduates and professors in Igbo land.

ARELI gave birth to:

(1) Owerri
(2) Umuahia
(3) Diobu (River state)
(4) Okigwe
(5) Orlu
(6) Nkwerre
(7) Elele (Mba Ise)
(9) Mba Ano, etc…

ERI half brothers moved and founded IJAW nationality and some parts of Edo State and many other parts of Niger Delta.

EVIDENCES and SIMILARITIES:

Now to verify some of the things I have said above.

(1) If you get to Aguleri there is a particular house known as OBI-GAD (house of GAD).

Remember GAD was the 7th son of Jacob (Gen 29:30) and GAD had five (5) sons of which the last three (3) who were;

ERI, ARODI and ARELI and some of their half brothers left Egypt to (West Africa).

The OBI-GAD was the resting or relaxing place for ERI and his brothers and they named it OBI-GAD in order to honour their father (GAD, the 7th son of Israel).

This OBI-GAD was the first house built in Igboland. This is the reason why every Igbo man always build a place called OBI/OBU in his house in honour of his father and mainly for relaxation and in the olden days, there is always a family shrine or little oracle, and why they worship Oracle then was because they left EGYPT before GOD gave 10 commandments to Moses for the Israelites, of which one of the 10 commandments is against idol worship. (even though modern day Igbos now build OBI as outside BAR without any Shrine, while some Christians don’t build OBI anymore because of their beliefs). It can also be Called ERI TEMPLE.

The OBI-GAD also serve as a Consulting place for some royal fathers from other community that have Direct root to ERI.

ANOTHER EVIDENCE.

(2) At the Burial place of ERI, there is a TRINITY TREE standing on the grave site. These are three Trees but are strongly United and connected by Single Tap Root.

(3) “ADA” means first Daughter in Israel (Gen 4 vs 19- 20) and it means the same thing in Igbo language.

(4) Before an Igbo man makes a contribution in a public gathering, he will shout “Igbo kwenu” and the people will respond “Yah” and “Yah” is short form of “Yahweh”.

Yahweh is the name of Jewish GOD.

(5) STAR OF DAVID AND some bronze medals Encrypted with Hebrew Codes were found in many part of the Igbo land.

(6) Israelis (Jews) manufactures 80% the world weapons and 70% of USA weapons. Just like Igbos manufactured 80% of all the weapons used during Biafran. Which no other African nation has done.

Igbos were only defeated during the war due to Hunger policy. By now, we would have manufacturing war weapons for Africans, and no country will have to go outside Africa to purchase weapons to fight Insurgency, if not for the bad policy of Nigeria.

Igbos are the most highly technologically inclined people inthe whole of Africa. You will also notice that Igbos always handle the post of

science and technology and industry in most Nigeria ministerial post.

The first West African billionaire is from;

Nnewi: Chief Sir Louis Ojukwu.

The black Indigenous Vehicle Manufacturers eg:

INNOSON MOTORS AND COSHARIS MOTORS.

Indigenous MOBILE PHONE AND COMPUTER MANUFACTURERS eg:

(A) SLOK MOBILE (Orji Uzo kalu)..
(B) ZINOX COMPUTERS (Leo Stan Ekeh).
(C) SLOT MOBILE (NNAMDI EZEIGBO)
(D) Father of internet and founder of the fastest computer in the world (PHILIP EMEAGWALI) etc.

(7) We carry home our dead ones just like the Israelites (Gen 49 vs 29-50). (Just like the Israelites, we were led or ruled by Elders and Priest).

There was no King in Israel until Samuel appointed Saul as the King of Israel and that was why Israelites were led by Prophet Moses and so many other Prophets.

CONCLUSION:

Isreali Ambassador (Noah Katz) Confirmed that Igbos are Jews. (Check Daily Sun Newspapers 28th March 2004).

Therefore, Igbo are the Engine Block and Japan of Africa, no wonder an Author with international reputation, “Emefiena Ezennia” said that “In Biafra Africa Died”. We are good people, we love our neighbours, we accommodate anybody. We can live everywhere and develop anywhere. It is in our blood to develop. We need Igbos to develop Nigeria, Africa and even the world as a whole, we are God’s people, a chosen generation! Nigeria should stop the marginalization of the Igbos and the Biafrans or let them have their freedom.

For the Igbos we should know who we are, dream and think bigger, for you are the son of the most high God, the God of Abraham (Abiama) believe in yourself and work harder as it is in your blood, every Igbo parents should endeavour to teach their children Igbo language and culture all the time….

Mba nile nwere ihe ha jiri di EBUBE….

#EDUCATION_AND_UNITY_IS_WISDOM!!!!

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