February 18, 2017
I was pondering over the possibility of Prof. Yemi Osinbajo towing the path of Buhari's dictatorial policies and this has propelled me into researching about the person of the ersthwhile Redeem Christian church of God pastor. After going through the profile of the acting President of Nigeria since the departure of Muhamadu Buhari, who is now presumed dead, i am tempted to believe that a man with such a high profile will discard Buhari's evil policies and chart a new course aimed at restoring the decayed human right and justice system in Nigeria.
From 1975–1978, it is recorded that Yemi Osinbajo studied Law at the University of Lagos, where he was awarded LLB Law degree. From 1979–1980 he attended Nigerian Law School. In 1981, he was awarded a Master of Laws after attending the London School of Economics.
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In 1981, he was employed as a law lecturer at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. From 1983 to 1986, he was Senior lecturer of Law at the University of Lagos. From 1988 to 1992, he was an Adviser (legal advice and litigation) to the Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Bola Ajibola.
From 1997 to 1999 he was made Professor of Law and Head of Department of Public Law, University of Lagos. From 1999 to 2007, Osinbajo was Member of Cabinet, Lagos State Ministry of Justice, also Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice.
From 2007 to 2013 Osinbajo was once again employed as a Professor of Law, Department of Public Law, Faculty of Law, University of Lagos. In 2007, Osinbanjo was made Senior Partner, Simmons Cooper Partners (Barristers and Solicitors), Nigeria.
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Osinbajo was also a Senior lecturer at the Lagos State University. He was a Staff Member, United Nations Operations in Somalia, Justice Division, UNOSOM II and Member, United Nations Secretary General’s Committee of Experts on Conduct and Discipline of UN, Peacekeeping Personnel around the globe, Member, 2006.
Going by the above highlighted records, i must unequivocally say that acting president Yemi Osinbajo has no excuse to allow the unlawful detention of Nnamdi kanu and others who are held extra-judicially by the Nigerian government to continue.
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Nnamdi Kanu is the leader of the new emerging African nation, Biafra. He is still in detention on the order of dictator Muhammadu Buhari who has violated every human rights known to man. He has made himself the law and above the judiciary by going against the order of various courts of competent jurisdiction to release Kanu and others unconditionally.
It is very obvious that Muhammadu Buhari will only return to Nigeria as a corpse, so there is no need to continue waiting to right all his wrongs. The power to undo all of Buhari's evil is now in the hands of Osinbajo and the time to act is now. He has to prove to Nigerians and the world at large that his high profile on Wikipedia is not just a fluke but was well earned. He should understand that the international community is keenly monitoring Kanu's case and he should seize this opportunity to write his name in the Sands of time.
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It is time to release Nnamdi Kanu as earlier ordered by Justice Shuaib Ahmed and Ademola Adeniyi. Should Prof. Yemi Osinbajo choose to do the bidding of the British government and Hausa Fulani oligarchy, then he should get ready to face the doom that will come with such ungodly action; for it said that he who fetches ant infested firewood shall be visited by the lizard.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide are making it clear to Osinbajo that we will not relent in the pursuit of the restoration of Biafra and the unconditional release of our leader Nnamdi Kanu who was sent by God to salvage Biafrans from marginalization, subjugation and total annihilation by Britain and Nigeria.
As a lawyer and pastor, Prof. Osinbajo is urged to do the right thing and practice what he has been teaching students in the university and also what he has been preaching on the pulpit in church. I am sure he knows that every human rights must be obeyed, including self determination and Biafra question is not an exception.
By Chijindu Benjamin Ukah
Edited & Published by Nwosu C.S
For Biafra Writers