Written by Ogah C.S. Maduabuchi
1st June 2020
The statement that Aso Rock is empty, forms part of many revelations being made by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, calls for serious attention and comprehensive investigation. This should be so if the alleged over two hundred (200) million people forcefully annexed in to the Nigerian enclave, amongst whom are the intelligentsia, do not want to be seen by the civilized global community as being disgustingly ignorant, foolish and cowards.
It has been tremendously trending in virtually all social media platforms that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the astute leader of the most formidable freedom fighting group globally, has since 2017, claimed knowledge of the death of the Nigerian elected President, Muhammadu Buhari who was secretly buried in Saudi Arabia. One Jubril Aminu was contracted from Sudan as a body double to beguil gullible Nigerians. Kanu has consistently made available, verifiable proofs to justify his claims but none of the family members of the dead President nor the Nigerian government has boldly challenged it in the contrary.
Recently, the IPOB leader, came up to yet assert that even the impostor has equally died in Cuba due to the deadly coronavirus infection. He maintained unequivocally, that Aso Rock is presently empty with even the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, no where to be found. These revelations were further supported by his explanation of the prevailing developments within the Nigerian seat of power. The governance of the country has plunged for the rocks, quite in contrast to all that would have been happening with the presence of an elected President.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu commenced his latest launch of attacks on the Nigerian presidency on Radio Biafra live broadcasts precisely two weeks back following the death of the defacto Nigerian President cum Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari. Kanu had predicted that late Buhari's widow, Aisha, was gradually assuming power albeit from the back door, as the Nigerian President. The IPOB leader claims that Alhaji Abba Kyari has since early 2017 when Buhari died, been manipulating Aso Rock to the advantage of the Fulani cabals. In his last radio broadcast on Wednesday 27th May 2020, he reiterated that Aisha Buhari has taken over the office of the President with her boy friend and is presently holding executive meetings. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu intelligently argued that if the elected Nigerian President in the real person of Muhammadu Buhari, a retired Army General, were yet alive and in office, his wife Aisha, would under no condition whatsoever, be the one calling the shots.
Nigeria is supposedly an independent state that is well known globally for it's vantage position in the African continent as "The Giant of Africa". It consists of divergent ethnic nationalities from where men and women of different calibres and intectualism holding sway around the world emerged. The President's office in Abuja, Nigeria's federal capital, is doubtlessly the strongest office in the country and does not stand to play down this high profile allegations as raised.
Considering the class of personalities in Nigeria in different fields of endeavor moreover, it completely amounts to cowardice to act ignorant of such a classical information because it is on record that Nigerians elected their President into office in 2015. They have the inalienable right to really verify if the person they voted into power is still the one in charge and that he is not dead, with convincing evidences. Failure to do this, is a confirmatory pointer to the world that Nnamdi Kanu's assertions are true.
This can only be carried out by strongly and determinedly pressuring those presently at the helm of affairs in Abuja, to publicly present the old man to address Nigerians live and take questions from uncompromised media practioners. This will in no small measure, disapprove of the ongoing insinuations/campaigns being carried out by the IPOB leader. Otherwise, it will be reasonably accepted that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's alertment to the world all this while, has been correct after all.
Written by Ogah C.S. Maduabuchi
Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International