…between a nation’s two most objectionable alternatives – Judas of Daura and Barabbas of Adamawa



"Every General in Nigeria, whether serving or retired, whether war General or a Disco-Brukutu-Pepper Soup General such as Tukur Buratai, who has been jumping about with a band of treacherous officers and men, deceiving himself, the nation and the world that he has been fighting terrorists – should all hang their heads in shame for collectively allowing our nation’s strategic defence to be so exposed as very, very weak, grossly deficient and inefficient, hence very incapable of withstanding any form of external aggression as just a band of miscreants has held the Nigerian nation to ransom for upward of 15 years now."

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 16:01

Police Abuse

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Photo: Nigerian Media

Cross River State governor, Professor Ben Ayade, inspecting formation by men and officers of the Nigerian Police in Calabar, Cross River State. Photo: Nigerian Media

So you wanna hire police for your next party? Go see the DPO, give him 2p and take as many police as you can!

There is no country on the planet earth where police abuse by every LAGBAJA & JALAGBA is prevalent as in Nigeria. Police officers in Nigeria do not merely suffer verbal abuses in Nigeria hurled at them by most ungrateful Nigerians who think the business of policing is as cheap and easy as a man selling pepper soup (a Nigerian delicacy) and Ogogoro (Nigerian gin) at AJEGUNLE REPUBLIC.

Sunday, 19 July 2015 18:47

Kai, Mallam, stop running one-man GONMENT

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Executive Editorial which is intended as a summary of burning national and international issues is the brain child of the EDITORIAL BOARDS OF VIGILANCE AND SCORPION to draw the attention of the nation's rulers to sensitive national issues in a concise manner and as the two Boards' inputs to the governance of Nigeria.


Mr President booking on with all seriousnes that BUHARISM & THE FIERCE URGENCY OF NOW deserves!

The new President addresses the nation..."Beneath our night a sun awaits us," - Otto Rene Castillo.

23"Take away from Me the noise of your songs; I will not even listen to the sound of your harps. 24"But let justice roll down like waters And righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. Amos 5: 23-24.

...The Mai Kunu-Ngbati Alliance From 1817 Till The Present And The Scramble for Nigeria Under Bad Loser Muhammadu Buhari

(Part Two)

The Plot is on: Forces of neocolonialism thinking of the right time to reposition themselves at the heart of the Nigerian matters...despite its sovereignty as they lost out during the Goodluck Ebele Jonathan's inglorious years, courtesy of GEJ's stupidly of adhering to the Africa-China Alliance spirit without putting on his thinking cap...Military Base/s, Strategic Defence, Gay rights...marriage amongst others. Oga Buhari na Times Influential Person now...more baits such as addressing Parliaments, Congress, UN, Nobel Prize nominations? Country people, make una just keep these in view, don't be in a hurry, just hold your peace bo...

More Dogs' and Baboons' Blood...? Forces of jihadism, Arabism, theocracy and neofeudalism - the very forces fueling religious crises in Africa since the 7th Century and in Nigeria, especially since Uthman Dan Fodio till the very present...BOKO HARAM and Others.

....The Mai Kunu-Ngbati Alliance From 1817 Till The Present And The Scramble for Nigeria Under Bad Loser Muhammadu Buhari

(Part One)

Ethnicist/Regionalist Muhammadu Buhari contested to rule Nigeria whilst being a Co-Patron of the regional assembly Arewa Consultative Forum with four other former Heads of State/Presidents such as Yakubu Gowon, Shehu Shagari, Ibrahim Babangida, Abdulsalami Abubakar and Atiku Abubakar...do you think an arch ethnicist/regionalist/religious bigot like Buhari will be fair to all Nigerians? But why was his candidature not voided when it is well known he is a highly partisan and divisive figure?


“Justice is the constant and perpetual wish to render to every one his due”

Justinian I

The Message of the Almighty God to the Caliphate delusionists and their cronies, North and South of Nigeria.



Against all odds, the 2015 Presidential election initially billed for February 14, but rescheduled to March 28, has come and gone. General Muhammadu Buhari, the APC candidate secured a total of 15,424,921 million votes (53.95%) to defeat incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan who garnered 12,853,162 votes (44.96%). Wall Street Journal says, "Buhari’s upset of incumbent President is arguably the most consequential political event in Africa in the last decade”.


Envisage Nigeria in the mould of a profit-oriented business concern where the CEO headhunts, assigns specific tasks to the staff. Staffer boasts s/he will deliver results within record time but several months, even years down the line, geezer starts finger pointing and buck passing. In the aforementioned context, a typical CEO wastes no time before firing, replacing such flippant employee(s).


For the interest of the uninitiated and to further appreciate the subject, a definition and brief introduction suffices. Simply put, a foundry is an industrial unit where metal castings are produced, usually in large quantities. The process basically involves casting metals into desired shapes by melting them in a furnace (generally at very high temperatures) and by pouring the metal into a mold and removing the mold material or casting after the metal must have solidified as it cools. Two major types of foundries are: jobbing foundry and captive foundry. The first is a foundry that creates a wide variety of castings, in small quantities for a range of customers. The second type i.e. captive foundry is a foundry that that is wholly incorporated into a larger manufacturing operation. Captive foundry only produces castings for the operation that it is a part of. Commonly processed metals include : aluminum, cast iron, bronze, brass, steel, magnesium, zinc etc.

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