Monday, May 19, 2014

Nigeria Democracy Under Siege: Nigerian Military and Boko Haram Conspiracy

Nigerian Defense Chiefs
The Nigerian democratic experiment is under siege as never before in the last couple of weeks.  Democracy is the most successful political idea of the 20th. century. It has outlasted communism, monarchy, oligarchy and dictatorships all over the world.  Democracy has built the strongest economic and political superpower the world has ever witnessed.  For many years, Nigeria was marred in retrogressive policies by series of  mediocre administrations until May 2010. There were  corruption, high poverty rate, poor infrastructures, dangerous national insecurity and severe under-development in all facets of Nigerian spheres. Nigeria was ushered into a new and real democratic system in May 2010 with the inauguration of President Goodluck Jonathan. We expected a hard work to nurture this system of government, as the only hope to the full realization of the socioeconomic and political potentials of our nation.
There was never a political idea that was comparable in term of success and achievements to a representative democracy.  The social and political destruction and the economic staleness of Nigeria was created by many years of abusive and autocratic dictatorships and bad governance. There is no going back to that era.

The stiff resistance to our new democracy by the oligarchs and corrupt politicians including bloated politicians in uniforms, are being played out in many unexpected ways. Out of desperation, they have gone for the Nigerian jugular, our children.

Nigerian Military and Boko Haram Conspiracy
Shetima: Borno
It is on open secret that these insurgents have sponsors and covert blessings from evil politicians and corrupt and ambitious oligarchs.  We have questioned the sources of the funding and the weapons in the hands of these hoodlums. The filtered news have revealed that many Nigerian Army Generals who are in clandestine collusion with the militants are under investigation.  Some members
 of the  Nigerian Military making pacts with the militants to subvert our democracy is a treasonable offense.  The Nigerian Military also provide training for the insurgents to kill Nigerians.  
Nyako: Adamawa

This revelation easily explains the sources of the sophisticated weaponry that are being used by these militants to maim and to kill Nigerians. The same weapons that were supposed to protect Nigerians and to defend our territory.
Geidam: Yobe
The Nigerian military's failure to defend our territorial integrity and to maintain internal peace in concert with the Nigerian security services have exposed the danger that this nation faces.  These nefarious moles in the Nigerian military have mortgaged their souls. Sophisticated weapons in the Nigerian Military Armory have been shipped to the insurgents and are now being used to destroy our nation.
  • We want the names of these moles in the Nigeria military released to the public under the Freedom of Information Act.
  • We want to know the names of the politicians and the governors that provide breading grounds for these insurgents.
  • We want to know how each State in the Federation expend their security allocation funds.
  • Nigerians want this investigation conducted in public.
Truths About Nigeria Democracy:
  • Nigeria young democratic journey began in May 2010, under this presidency.  There is no going back.
  • Letting loose these vicious thugs and pedophiles on our children will never turn back the clock on our young democracy. These politicians will pay dearly for this crime at the ballot box.
  • Nigeria shall never return to the years of mediocre governance of abusive, autocratic and corrupt administrations that led us into this socioeconomic and political mess.
  • Nigerians at home and abroad will defend our democracy at any cost.  We will rally the international community to defend our democracy.
Democracy is a means for the people to choose their leaders and to hold their leaders accountable for their policies and their conduct in office. In a democracy the people, not insurgents or the oligarchs, decide who will represent them in parliament, and who will head the government at the national and local levels.  The people, not insurgents, do so by choosing between competing parties in regular, free and fair elections.

In a democracy, government is based on the consent of the governed.  Goodluck Jonathan is the Nigerian President by the popular consent through a fair and free election.

Those who aspire to subvert our young democracy must be prepared to face the wrath of the population. 

We will meet at the poll in 2015.

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