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Friday 4 March 2016


Sokoto Caliphate
Usman Dan Fodio is an Fulani man whose brand of Muslim religion and radical statements has brought mayhem to this expired country. Prior to this man's emergence, African religions were not by force. It was this man that originated the Hausa/Fulani born to rule manifesto. He was proclaimed Amir al-Muminin or Commander of the Faithful in Gudu. This gave him the authority to declare and pursue a jihad, raise an army and become its commander in 1804; a widespread uprising largely comprised of the Fulani, who held a powerful military advantage began in Hausaland. Through this war, they conquered and forced Islam on all the neighboring States. Hence, forming a federal theocratic state called the Fulani Empire/Estate.

On October 12, 1960 the then Sardauna of Sokoto, Sir Ahamadu Bello is said to have reiterated the believed and proven mindset of these Islamic Hausa/Fulani's through this statement;

“The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate from our great-grand father Usman Dan Fodio. We must RUTHLESSLY prevent a change of power. We must use the minorities of the North as willing tools, and the South as conquered territories and never allow them to have control of their future"
The Dynasty of Sokoto Caliphate
The above statement by Ahamadu Bello have been in execution through historic play of events, starting from the Fulani herdsmen killing of northern minorities and other communities, to the abduction, forceful conversion, rape and impregnation of a 13year old (now 14), Ese Oruru from Bayelsa by the same Islamic Hausas, including the Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi who's palace the abducted minor was kept for months. One can clearly tell that another Jihad war is on course, this explains Buhari's desperation for the Presidential seat and his visits and bilateral affiliations to countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey etc. They are set to stand on the plane of power to forcefully conquer, subdue, abduct, convert to Islam and RUTHLESSLY PREVENT A CHANGE OF POWER  in accordance with their set goal.

The question is, what is the northern minorities like the Agatu community in Kogi, and the entire communities that comprise of their target doing about this. Obviously nothing! Doing nothing and waiting on a Fulani led government to intervene for an action deliberately orchestrated, is another way of helping the mission of these Islamic Hausas/Fulanis.

The only people doing something about this Jihad war is the Igbos. Having seen the commitment to which these Islamic Hausas/Fulanis are chasing the goal set by Ahamadu Bello, the only solution becomes self determination. Any clan or kingdom with half of a brain would know that this the time to join the Igbos and Niger Deltans in stopping these Islamic Hausas by dissolving and breaking free from this expired country called Nigeria.
Insane people who would abduct, rape and impregnate a 13year old should not be allowed to share a country with sane people. Biafra is the only solution I see.

written by;

Ken Pat.

1 comment

  1. I hope that the so-called Igbo leaders serving the Nigerian State will read this piece. It has been 100 years since Britain amalgamated the variant groups and empires into a nation called Nigeria. That amalgamation expired in 2014 and for hundred years, all we have seen is rape, violence, killings, war, and systemic marginalization of Easter region. When will Igbo politicians realize that Nigeria cannot work and will never work. You cannot miss water and blood and you cannot serve two masters, or live side-by-side with these blood thirsty group. God and Allah are not the same. Do you want to stay in Nigeria until your land and children are totally marginalized and enslaved. Please let us arise and support the leader and prophet that God has called this season to free us from this satanic marriage, bondage, and hopelessness. Ignoring this opportunity will spell doom for the entire SE/SS region for eternity.


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