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Written by JOHN ODEY ADUMA, PUBLISHER AND BRITISH CHEVENING SCHOLAR, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM
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SERIES: UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL

Link to Part 11 OF THE FOOLS OF THE SOUTH AND THE MIDDLE BELT…THERE WILL BE WAR AGAIN, BUT A DIFFERENT WAR (vigilance-securitymagazine.com), published NIGERIA WATCH INTERNATIONAL, POSTED ON MONDAY, 13 JULY 2020 01:44

Please click here to read my “Strategies” and “Hypotheses” for insight into and a deeper understanding of what have been going on in the polity after these STRATEGIES and HYPOTHESES - NIGERIA WATCH INTERNATIONAL

POSTED ON WEDNESDAY, 24 MARCH 2021 00:42: OF THE FOOLS OF THE SOUTH AND NOKBEKWARA…THERE WILL BE WAR AGAIN, BUT A DIFFERENT WAR (PART 17) (vigilance-securitymagazine.com)

SERIES: SOCIAL WELL BEING, HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY OF THE POOR IN THE CORE NORTH OF THE WEST AFRICAN STATE OF NIGERIA

(PART 19): Porous borders and national security in times of national emergency and unparalleled adversity.

Although this espousal has come with various titles, it is basically the same ‘one’ and ‘toro’!

Since July 13, 2020 when the 11th espousal on the current Nigerian tragedy, particularly the grave threat to national security, the looming famine beyond Biblical proportion, population explosion, intractable flooding, plight of the IDPs, the tragedy that is the children of Allah (the Almajirai), rape, youth violence, the danger of having kingdoms in kingdoms, terrorism, etc, JOHN ODEY ADUMA has been hibernating and incubating for ideas at his incubation/philosophical laboratory, and the result of that withdrawal from the crowd in search of the deeper things and meanings of life is what will be cascading from his intellectual Niagara Falls, and you would do well to enmesh/soak/saturate yourself in the falls.

And worried by the current state of reportage in the nations of the world, particularly in Nigeria, totally lacking in depth and investigation coupled with the usual resort and retreat to kinship or clannish journalism, the non-existent anonymous “authoritative source/s”, Aduma, whilst at the Daily Times of Nigeria Plc as its Editorial Board Chairman, had had to intervene to refocus the dumbing down of professionalism by propounding a theory he had then called Pyramidal or Tripodal or Triangular Criticism or Analysis, and in this series, you are going to read his latest media theories – The John Aduma Newsroom Boxes, the Dodecagonium; including political theories such as OMU, Nigerianistic Equality for the self-same reason, aimed at journalistic excellence and international best practice and in the furtherance of his vision of Nigerianism, Nigeriatopia and Nigerian exceptionalism.

You are, therefore, welcome to read, drink, soak yourself therein, debate, dissect and analyse, chew it, swallow it up, and become wiser and reflective, but you are not to plagiarise, copy and paste to claim its ownership, nor regurgitate it, nor lift up ideas from this treatise, interview your usual captive interviewees and turn round to attribute my ideas to them, giving the global audience the wrong impression that these ideas of mine were those of these your captive interviewees. You should therefore give credit to the author if you must refer to, quote from it or you are fascinated by any word, phrase/s or idea, and failing will this time round lead to litigation.

As a teenager at Aladura Comprehensive High School, Anthony Village, Lagos, the age that the G-IBB have chosen to join cultism and youth gang, it was Aduma’s dream to propound theories, be the most quoted intellectual on the planet earth and the greatest theorist and philosopher ever. And regarding that boyish dream, he is today widely quoted in academic journals and scholarly theses across the globe.

No doubt, you are already salivating and don’t want any further ‘traffic’ from the author on your way to his fountain of wisdom and knowledge, but before you are set loose, Mr Aduma ‘d like to ask you these questions: what is your dream?

Just what are your life’s dreams and goals?

Happy reading!

(PART 19): Porous borders and national security in times of national emergency and unparalleled adversity

In this series -

Preamble:

Ethnic Cleansing and the Tides in the Affairs of Nigeria: How to tackle the Fulani’s 217 Years of Slaughtering the Indigenous Peoples of the Upper and Lower Niger.

And now is the time for the Sultan of Sokoto, Brigadier-General Muhammadu Sa’adu Abubakar IV to lead his Fulani ethnic nationality and all their collaborators in all of their atrocities across centuries to atone, apologise and pay reparation  for these centuries sins against humanity by his forebears (all the Fulanis, particularly those of the lineage of UTHMAN DAN FODIO, their Hausa, Kanuri, the Shuwa Arab and Arab collaborators from the East) - all the killings, destructions, maiming, raping, mass abductions and subsequent enslavement of the indigenous people of the Lower and Upper Niger across centuries since 1804 till the very present.

 There is a tide in the affairs of men.

Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;

Omitted, all the voyage of their life

Is bound in shallows and in miseries.

On such a full sea are we now afloat,

And we must take the current when it serves,

Or lose our ventures.

  • Brutus in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar.

 

  • SADA’S HYPOCRISY AND HOW THE FULANI, THE HAUSA AND THE KANURI ELITES HAVE BEEN CANNIBALIZING AND KILLING THE DESTINIES OF THE CHILDREN OF THE TALAKAWAS ACROSS CENTURIES
  • THE TALIBANIZATION OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: THE RATIONING AND CONTROL OF KNOWLEDGE IN NIGERIA, PARTICULARLY IN NORTHERN NIGERIA.
  • THE SUBTLE CONQUEST AND SUBSEQUENT INVASION OF MODERN OYO… MUHAMMADU BUHARI, MUHMMADU SA’ADU ABUBAKAR IV AND THE REVIVAL OF THE FULANI EMPIRE IN MODERN NIGERIA
  • A LAMENT TO UNICEF, UNESCO, MOTHERS IN NIGERIA AND WORLD LEADERS ABOUT THE RAPE PANDEMIC IN NIGERIA
  • CAN THE NORTH EVER SAY TO THEIR DAUGHTERS: “BE LIKE NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA?”
  • THE NEW NORTH/NORTHERN RENAISSANCE: MOON SIGHTING Vs. MOON EXPLORATION
  • AND WHO SHALL THE YORUBAS TELL THEIR CHILDREN/WARDS TO BE LIKE: OBAFEMI AWOLOWO OR BOLA AHMED TINUBU?
  • BOLEKAJA ‘MESSIAHS’: AWOISM Vs. AGBEROISM
  • AWOISM Vs. JAGABANISM
  • JIHAD IN NIGERIA AND WEST AFRICA – WHETHER IT IS CAMOUFLAGED AS TERRRORISM OR EXTREMISM OR ISLAMISM OR INSURGENCY OR FULANI HERDERS OR BANDITS OR RAPISTS OR PAEDOPHILES OR PURPOSEFUL CATTLE RUSTLING SO AS TO GO ABOUT KILLING THE SO-CALLED “PAGANS,” OR THE SO-CALLED UNKNOWN UNIFORMED MEN, JIHAD IS JIHAD AND A JIHADIST IS A JIHADIST, NO MATTER THE MODE OF THEIR CLOTHING…AS IT WAS IN THE BEGINNING - FROM THE 6TH CENTURY AD…IS NOW, AND EVER SHALL BE!
  • NORTH: FROM GROUDNUT PYRAMID, HIDES AND SKINS EXPORTATION TO EXPORTATION OF TERRORISTS/EXTREMISTS/ISLAMISTS/JIHADISTS/WAHABIS/SALAFISTS/RAPISTS/PAEDOPHILES/KILLER HERDSMEN/CATTLE RUSTLERS/KIDNAPPERS/ARMED ROBBERS/MASS ABDUCTORS AND ALL EVILS IN THE WORLD
  • But who will the Yorubas tell their daughters to be like: Hannah Idowu Dideolu Awolowo or Pastor/Chief/‘Distinguished’ Senator/ ‘First Lady’ Remi Tinubu?
  • THE FHKSA’S FRANKENSTEIN MONSTERS – BOKO HARAM MEMBERS, AL-SHABAAB FIFLE, ISWAP, ISLAMISTS, INSURGENTS, JIHADISTS, ARABISTS, BANDITS, FULANI CATTLE HERDERS, KIDNAPPERS, ARMED ROBBERS, RAPISTS, ARSONISTS, DRUG MULES, DRUG ADDICTS THAT HAVE NOW FILLED EVERY LITTLE CORNER OF THE NIGERIAN FEDERATION IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT –

MY REDICATION AND PLEDGE TO OUR NIGERIA

NIGERIA: WORK IN PROGRESS IN SPITE OF

“Lord God Almighty, please divine for me the future concerning my relationship with Nigeria and let me know ahead of time if there's ever going to be a time and day in which for one reason or another I will deny Nigeria, disbelief and give up on her, and if there's to be such a time and day - then don't let me live to see them, as I'm resolved more than ever before to believe in, love Nigeria eternally and as the trumpet sounds enquiring: who's on the side of Nigeria? Without hesitation, I reiterate my earlier pledge announcing again that I'm on Nigeria's side, and having so rededicated myself to her, I hereby once more recommit myself to the unfinished work, even as I proclaim to my fellow Nigerians, the world and posterity that as for me and my house, we 'll serve Nigeria and do our utmost duty to her, the world and all of humanity. So, help me God.”

Dedication

This treatise is dedicated to all the military families in Nigeria, especially those families whose sons, daughters and other loved ones fought in the 30-month civil war – 6 July, 1967 – 15 January, 1970 to keep Nigeria one under the Gowonian slogan: TO KEEP NIGERIA ONE IS A TASK THAT MUST BE DONE!

This writer is a believer in the democratic right of all persons to self-determination. But it should not be expected such worthy clamour be trivialised by every Omaga and Omagu, revelling in infantile radicalism and hoping to achieve 15 minutes fame would launch into the streets of the Republic in an excited stupidity, absurdity, irrationality, irascibility and Okonkwoan impetuosity to heat our ever super-sensitive, supra-combustible, hyper-inflammable  and super-eruptive polity to disturb the peace of our Republic and subsequently spark chaos of unprecedented magnitude.

Also, these otu nu (Yala, for something that fans the ember of fire - a type of rose in which the wearer aims to challenge anyone to a fight or Ala wa nalo ge nu nu (Yala, for an invitation to a fight – come we fight/come make we fight/come and let us fight) must be made aware that treasonable felony is still the name for their mercantile misadventure, despite the present state of zero government and governance in Nigeria.

And whilst these Bolekaja messiahs hunting for ignominious headlines and short-lived fame use their dragnets to get unwary children and young people to the streets to holler everywhere like the Roman mobs, it is my candid admonition to them severally, that they need to spare a thought for all those who had laboured to keep our country together till the very present, especially the founding fathers and the families of all the 30, 000 victims of the 1960s pogrom/genocide/ethnic cleansing and that of all those who died during the referenced war on both sides still in pains, with some having their pensions seized till date, they and their financiers and the drummers behind the scene must all never fail to count the cost of their ignominious and embarrassing infantilism and agberoism (thuggery).

On this note, even whilst with the benefit of hindsight I know their response would be: YORUBA NATION: ORO DIE THE MATTER KO-O, I would yet go ahead and request the Nigerian people thus: will my fellow compatriots, home and abroad join me in telling these commercial separatists: DIE THE MATER! DIE THE MATTER?

Nevertheless, I hereby insist very magisterially: Olorun Oba gbo, ani ke DIE THE MATTER!

Theme: United We Stand, Divided We Fall:

  • One country
  • One people
  • One destiny.

“An old man had a set of quarrelsome sons, always fighting with one another. On the point of death, he summoned his sons around him to give them some parting advice. He ordered his servants to bring in a bundle of sticks wrapped together. To his eldest son, he commanded, "Break it." The son strained and strained, but with all his efforts was unable to break the bundle. Each son in turn tried, but none of them was successful. "Untie the bundle," said the father, "and each of you take a stick." When they had done so, he called out to them: "Now, break," and each stick was easily broken. "You see my meaning," said their father. "Individually, you can easily be conquered, but together, you are invincible. Union gives strength."

-      Aesop's Fable of the Bundle of Sticks.

 

12 And if one prevail against him, two shall withstand him; and a threefold cord is not quickly broken.

-      Ecclesiastes 4:12.

 

Author

The agonising plea of a (former) barracks boy…Nigeria shall be free…Nigeria shall prevail, and Nigeria will overcome some day.

Every Nigerian and friend of Nigeria should before reading this treatise, please take a pause and listen to the song, and after reading it, please do come back and listen to it again: we shall overcome [song for human being ] Original Music Pete Seeger Rearranged by Manmohan Panda - Bing video. Credit: Singer and Panda-Bing video.

 

Secession: “I have tried it and failed. And if anyone tries to divide this country, they too will fail just as I have.”

  • Eze Gburugburu Ndigbo, Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu.

Zik the Great: Father of Modern Nigeria.

“Gentlemen, softly, softly, don’t give up on Nigeria.”

  • Nnamdi Azikiwe.

“A broken bottle has no mekwatalism.” (“You cannot put together broken pieces of a bottle.”).

  • Nnamdi Azikiwe.

 

GO ON WITH ONE NIGERIA (GOWON):