By: Larry Iloh –

Over the weekend, the news was all over the place that the Alafin of Oyo, arguably the highest traditional institution in Yorubaland, has bestowed on Gani Adams the title of Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland (the war Lord or field marshal of Yorubaland). The last person that held that position was late Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, the Nigerian president that never was.

So, who is Gani Adams and what does he stand for?
Well, I did not know so I googled him. And according to Google, “Gani Adams is a political and social activist. He is a faction leader of the Oodua Peoples Congress, a SECESSIONIST organisation based in Nigeria, which supports a sovereign state of the Yoruba people”. So, the new field marshal of the Yoruba people is a forty-something year old man who champions the secession of the Yoruba people from Nigeria. He was in and out of prison for organising Yoruba youths against the annulment of June 12 1993 election, which the man he now sits on his title won. His organisation, OPC, wants Oodua republic. Since his new title, there has been a litany of congratulations to him from friends and foes alike from the Yoruba people. He is now their traditional warlord.

Now, turn to Nnamdi Kanu and his Igbo folks. He is doing the same thing Gani Adams did. He is championing the struggle for a sovereign state of Biafra. He is up against the militocratic regime in Nigeria, which treats Igbo people as a conquered people after the war. Kanu wants freedom for Ndigbo. This was seen as treason and terrorism by Buhari govt.
They threw him into detention on trumped up charges. This Buhari govt breached due process and refused several court orders to release him. Even when they eventually allowed court bail under impossible conditions, the govt still sent the military to invade his home and kill some of his supporters… Kanu has been missing since that invasion.

And what did the Igbo leaders and high chiefs do? Like cowards, they cowered; they proscribed Kanu’s organisation. Went on global campaign to kotoo Kanu and his organisation, called Kanu a boy (it is only in Nigeria they call a 50 year old man a boy). Then went to Buhari to lick his ass and showcase to the world how idiotic they can be.

Yeah, ‘Buhari spoke frankly’, they said. He told us we are not marginalised because he gave us 4 substantive ministers. We shouldn’t mention the absence of Igbo man as head of any security agency because it is a no go area. If he stopped the money they are stealing from oil, he would look into the East West Road, the 2nd Niger Bridge, the dilapidating Enugu International Airport, bla bla bla. Meanwhile, the govt continues to borrow money to invest in the North. The world bank continues, under govt instruction, to focus on developing the North. No mention of Kanu or any of his political detainees in kuje prison. No mention of those unarmed youths murdered by the Nigerian army in Abia state. No mention of the Fulani herdsmen who are killing local farmers and villagers at random in Igboland. No mention of any reparations for Biafrans for the destructions and deprivations they suffered during the war, and the institutional neglect of the South East by Nigerian govt after the war. Instead, they must unite to demonize any agitation for Biafra…

Tomorrow, we cry marginalisation. Who will even waste time to listen to us, when they know that Igbo leaders are wimps?
Shame on you, Igbo leaders and governors… ‘Idiots of no comparison’

Well done, Alafin of Oyo and Yoruba leaders. Congratulations, Gani Adams. The Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland!


By: Andy Akporugo Jr –

If I wasn’t a Nigerian I would look closely and make certain intelligent deductions as people of other civilizations would do, on the evaporation of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

I would adjudge the total silence of his kinsmen [for whose benefit he apparently agitated] and indeed every Nigerian, as regards his whereabouts, as indicative of their comfort over his well-being or conversely as proof of his rejection as a human being with rights, even if they are those which he appeared to disapprove of, so far as they lay in the Nigerian Constitution; and in either situation, I would worry that there is a loud conspiracy to break the law or silent connivance following it.

It doesn’t just make any sense. How can people who so loudly question the naming of IPOB as a terror group simply lose their voice over the sudden disappearance of its leader a whole 30 days since!

But I am Nigerian and we have our ways which majorly do not offer much intelligence to the rest of the world!

Na wa ooo!


By: Andy Akporugo Jr

Nnamdi Kanu worshipped his own voice and winked at the mirror each time he saw his own image. He loved the way the grey hairs that ran densely underneath his chin glistened when the klieg lights touched them – especially when he spat curses on a country whose only sin is that it exercised a choice two years ago and only brings out its negotiation table when it sits on the other side of slippery looters.

Mazi Kanu is fiercely narcissistic and talks because he lives – and this is why I worry. It is the 4th day since, and no word from him still, no view of him yet. Is he all right? Is he alive? I miss him already!

Now, where the hell is Nnamdi Kanu?!!

Primate Ayodele Releases Fresh Prophecies On Nigeria’s Breakup, Nnamdi Kanu

Primate Ayodele

Published by: Nigerian Bulletin

The General Overseer of the Inri Evangelical Spiritual Church, Oke-Afa, Lagos, Primate Elijah Babatunde Ayodele, has released new prophecies regarding the unity of Nigeria and the agitation for Biafra.

Ayodele predicted that Biafra will be actualized but not through the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu.

The clergyman, who made the prediction, disclosed that he sees Kanu having problems with the bail granted him which is due to his activities.

In his new book, “Warning to the Nation” Ayodele says he sees Nigeria breaking up by 2032 into five different countries.

Ayodele also disclosed that the Name Aso Rock and location of Aso Rock will change, while there will be shootings and death in the Villa.

According to Ayodele, “The voice of God says the name Aso Rock will be changed in the nearest future and the location may also change. Let us pray to rebuke death and shootings in the villa.
“I forsee that from 2032, Nigeria will not be one country again as I foresee five nations coming out of Nigeria. In 2024, there may be a natural disaster and in the nearest future, the name Lagos may change and Ibadan may become a state.

Noting that the second term bid of President Muhammadu Buhari is dicey, Ayodele predicted that power will still remain in the North come 2019.

He also stated that those close to Buhari will disappoint him and this will lead to a forceful change in government.

Ayodele said, “The spirit of God says power will still return to the North in 2019 and Nigerians will be shocked as regards who becomes president. The second term bid of President Buhari will be dicey. I foresee that the international community will gang up against him especially on issues of human rights and corruption.

“President Buhari needs prayers for his health as his health condition will be troubling him. People who are to help the Buhari government are the ones that will fight him. I foresee an unexpected change in the government of Buhari, he will be disappointed by close confidants.

“The spirit of God says Democracy in Nigeria may not last for the next 30 years. I foresee a referendum which may lead to reforms as so many things will be affected in the country.”

On the issue of agitaton for Biafra, Ayodele said, “I foresee that Biafra will be actualised but not now. Biafra is going to battle with Nigerian forces for they have done a lot of underground works.

“The current leaders clamouring for Biafra now may not be the ones that will make the dream come true. Nnamdi Kanu may not be the one to actualize this dream. I foresee that he will have problems due to his activities in relation to the bail granted him.”


Biafra: Nigeria Will Be In Trouble If Nnamdi Kanu Is Arrested Or Killed – Pa Okwu Kanu

Published by; Nigerian Bulletin-Metro News, 9th September 2017:

His Royal Highness, Isaac Okwu Kanu, father of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has vowed that Nigeria would be in trouble if his son is arrested or killed.

Pa Kanu said the recent move by the Federal Government to get his son re-arrested, warning that it would spell doom for the country.

Speaking with the Sun, Kanu, who doubles as the traditional ruler of Afara Ukwu Ibeku in Umuahia North Local Government area of Abia State also sent an SOS to the United Nations, alleging that the Federal Government planned to kill his son.

“Yes, of course, I’m a human being. When they talk of re-arresting him, it means they want to kill him, but God will not allow them because my son has done nothing wrong. I am using this opportunity to call on the United Nations to call the Nigerian government to order because they are planning to kill my son. My son did not do anything; government should go after those who have committed offence against Nigeria.

He said. “Why will they want to re-arrest him? Did he kill anybody? Did he flout the constitution? Some people are saying that my son, flouted the bail condition given him by a Federal High Court in Abuja, but the question remains, what type of bail condition was that? Is it possible that a person of my son’s standing in the society could stay without meeting up to 10 persons in a day or week?

“So, the said bail condition was against his fundamental human rights. But that not withstanding, I know what we are passing through in my palace; trying to stop people from coming here, but there is a limit to which we can do that. Initially, the major gate to my palace had always been open, but since he came back, that gate has always been shut and we did that to stop people from gaining access to the compound. So, I don’t know what they are talking about.”

Asked what will happen if his son is rearrested, the monarch said, “Yes, re-arresting my son will definitely cause more problems for the country. Why would they re-arrest my son; to kill him? God and our people will not allow that to happen. They should realize that Nnamdi has a boy he has not set his eyes on since he was born and it was out of respect for the laws of the land that made him not to go to London to see that boy.”