INSECURITY: Coalition Of Northern Fine-Bara With Their Empty Threats Against Dictator Buhari, By Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed | Sahara Reporters

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INSECURITY: Coalition Of Northern Fine-Bara With Their Empty Threats Against Dictator Buhari, By Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed | Sahara Reporters

INSECURITY: Coalition Of Northern Fine-Bara With Their Empty Threats Against Dictator Buhari, By Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed | Sahara Reporters

The corruption of the political elite with the concomitant inequality and attendant poverty have polarised the two classes in Northern Nigeria.

 For decades Nigerians have been enduring the storm and thorn of uncertainty. With this economic El Dorado, religion and political palaver inflicted unhealed wounds on the two scrotum.  No doubt, Nigeria is bleeding, especially the Northern part of the country. In a country where religious leaders from the North are seen as the custodians of moral and virtue of uprightness, yet this is never seen in practice.

 Obviously, it would seem that the acclaimed religious and political leaders in the North are unconcerned about the killings and kidnappings that have turned to a lucrative business under their watch. The coalition of Northern Forum known as Coalition of Fine-bara is one of the most cowardly groups in the entire history of Northern Nigeria. It seems the group’s interest supersedes that of the common people from the region.

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  Unfortunately, after getting elected into office, most political office holders neglect the promises they made during the campaign period. They prefer to concentrate on activities that only enrich their families and cronies. The president’s remarks were despite persistent attacks on citizens in almost every part of the country. Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed For decades Nigerians have been enduring the storm and thorn of uncertainty. “We are of the firm view that elections are the most important process that gives Nigerians the opportunity to alter the course of development that can change their lives. With this economic El Dorado, religion and political palaver inflicted unhealed wounds on the two scrotum. Last week, between January 2-8, at least 218 people were killed in separate incidents across the country, compared to the less than 30 in the previous week.   It is indeed saddening when a country is seriously battling with different types of political and religious ailments.  Fredrick Nwabufo Doctored videos and photos rippled on social media purportedly showing the military dropping arms and supplies from helicopters to bandits.

In it all, the chances of surviving these political chaos are extremely narrow, alas, the country may likely be consumed by fire before 2023. The total tally of casualties for the week was compiled by PREMIUM TIMES from media reports. “We respectfully call on the President to review the choice of nominees and go for reliable and tested commissioners as reported by a newspaper that carried out investigation on why individuals like Prof.   The increased level of terrorism in the North has created untold hardship and exacerbated the sustained food crisis situation, sexual molestation/slavery, and increasing wave of Internally Displaced Persons [IDPs].     Majority of victims of political misgovernance who have expressed their grievances towards government’s failure, see terrorists as a better suited group that fights for social justice. Below are the recorded incidents: Seven in Kaduna confirmed dead in separate attacks in Igabi, Zangon Kataf and Chikun Local Government Areas of Kaduna State.   No doubt, Nigeria is bleeding, especially the Northern part of the country. He said the best practice worldwide is that where you find people of integrity and competence, you retain them and promote them to inspire others and grow and not remove them for people whose pedigree are not known by the public because perception is a key factor in election management. In a country where religious leaders from the North are seen as the custodians of moral and virtue of uprightness, yet this is never seen in practice. 200 in Zamfara About 200 victims were buried as of Saturday morning after the attacks by an army of bandits on rural communities in Zamfara State, earlier this week.  Azubuike Ihejirika, former Chief of Army Staff, who was the first army chief of Igbo extraction since the civil war of 1967-1970, was also accused of sponsoring Boko Haram as a way to exact vengeance for the perils the Igbo suffered in the war.

  However, they’ve seemingly shrank in their responsibilities and failed to speak the truth directly to the authorities. Their failure has resulted to the birth of several terrorist groups in the region. The bandits burnt down the five villages, killed many residents and mutilated their bodies. “Mr President should therefore diligently review the list of nominees to the Senate by making changes, that will restore the faith of Nigerians in the coming 2023 elections.   The genesis of insecurity in the north metamorphosed from poverty, drug abuse, school dropout and child marriage. Meanwhile, these became possible as a result of the failure of the Nigerian Government to rise to its responsibility. Three in Plateau killed on Sunday in Rafin Bauna community of Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau the state.   Obviously, it would seem that the acclaimed religious and political leaders in the North are unconcerned about the killings and kidnappings that have turned to a lucrative business under their watch. Quality journalism costs money. In September 2017, the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) claimed the government’s issuance of N100billion Sukuk bonds (an instrument of Islamic financing) was an attempt to pawn the country to Arab nations.

  Same Northern leaders who were unremorseful when the nomadic Fulani herdsmen killed, raped, maimed and slaughtered farmers on their farm land. Two in Niger. Then it was tagged as a ‘political gimmick’ because the perpetrators were their kinsmen.   The unchecked killers ‘Miyetti-Allah’ of yesterday have become today’s bandits because of the failure of the Nigerian government to proscribe them as a terrorist organisation..   The coalition of Northern Forum known as Coalition of Fine-bara is one of the most cowardly groups in the entire history of Northern Nigeria. It seems the group’s interest supersedes that of the common people from the region.  Instead of uniting against the bogey of kidnapping and banditry, Nigerians were divided – and some coloured the tragedies in ethnic complexions.

  People have been deprived of their livelihood; these same innocent people pay levies to bandits and terrorists in order to secure their farmlands and cultivate their farm produce. Yet the Coalition of fine-bara is unmoved with this stringent policies laid down by bandits and terrorists.   Hundreds of innocent people were abducted, while some were killed because they could not meet up with the ransom payment. Unfortunately, no one amongst members of this coalition came out publicly to condemn this act and call for a massive protests throughout the region.   If the eyes do not go blind, the legs can’t miss the way.   The Buhari administration is at its twilight, but Sunday is still a ‘’holy day’’ for Christians.

No doubt, religious and political leaders have failed to secure the region and protect all the subjects under their watch.   This reprehensible attitude of the Nigerian government often results to anger amongst people and leads to insecurity in many parts of the country.   Just a few days ago, a man from Katsina State took off his house’s roof for sale in order to raise money for the release of his son from terrorists’ captivity. Imagine Dictator Buhari’s home state is under siege by terrorists. Clearly the country is not safe in the hands of these imbecilic rulers. This is largely due to British colonialism.

  Things have fallen apart and the wildfire is catching up fast. If not confronted with caution, it will consume the whole country, except in the event that citizens wake up from their slumbering condition and demand for self-determination. .