Thursday, February 5, 2015

2015 Presidential Election Issues (3)

By Chinweizu

Part II of “2015-- Between Liberation and Slavery (3)”
Copyright © by Chinweizu, 2015
 31jan15
A contribution to the Abuja symposium on “NATIONAL CONFAB AND THE 2015 GENERAL ELECTIONS” on MONDAY, 2ND FEBRUARY  2015
VENUE: LAGOS/OSUN HALL, TRANSCORP HILTON HOTEL
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2015 Presidential Election Issues
After that historical backgrounder, I shall now examine 4 election issues, the two on everybody’s mind —Corruption and Insecurity, with insecurity in the two forms of Boko Haram and The Fulani militia, plus two others that are not but should be on everybody’s mind namely, the 1999 Constitution—hereafter referred to as the Constitution; and Candidate Buhari.  So all in all I shall examine 5 distinct election issues: Corruption; Boko Haram; The Fulani Militia; the 1999 Constitution; Candidate Buhari.
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1] On Corruption, I submit that, under the Constitution, no President of Nigeria can tackle corruption without inviting impeachment, simply because corruption is encouraged and protected by the constitution which he is sworn to enforce.

2] On Boko Haram, I submit that it is partly funded through the structures of the Constitution and can’t be extinguished without first discarding the Constitution. I also submit that a military solution to Boko Haram is not possible under the Constitution.

3] On The Fulani Militia, I submit that it is an ethnic cleansing and land grabbing instrument of the Caliphate and a mortal danger to all other Nigerians, and that it can’t be curbed under the Constitution.

4] On the Constitution, I submit that it is the godfather of corruption, as well as the codification of the sources of all the vices that plague Nigeria, and that Nigeria cannot be reformed without discarding it. Though ostensibly democratic, its frauds make it a fake-democracy constitution.

5] On Candidate Buhari, I submit that he has neither the will nor the ability to discard the Constitution but has every reason to perpetuate it. Accordingly he can’t solve any of the problems whose solution requires discarding the Constitution. So, those who expect him to change Nigeria by solving these problems are taking themselves for a ride.
From these submissions I argue that because these top problems—Corruption, Insecurity in its Boko Haram and Fulani Militia forms--- can be solved only after scrapping the Constitution; so, the principal election issue becomes the Constitution itself and how to replace it.  Hence, this election should be decided by the answer the candidates give to just one question: What’s your program for replacing the Constitution?
I shall now discuss these submissions one by one.























*President Jonathan
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1] Corruption;
On Corruption, I submit that, under the Constitution, no President of Nigeria can tackle corruption without inviting impeachment, simply because corruption is encouraged and protected by the constitution which he is sworn to enforce. Here is why.
First of all, let’s get terminologically accurate. What we call “corruption” in Nigeria is actually lootocracy—the government of the people, by organized crime syndicates or mafias a.k.a. political parties, for the looting of the treasury.

Secondly, the 1999 Constitution has entrenched and institutionalized lootocracy. The constitution, by its so-called security vote together with its immunity clause for the top office holders, effectively invites them to loot with impunity. And, naturally, what the top officers of the state do, their subordinates emulate.
During the National Dialogue, in my piece in the Guardian titled “Four reasons to scrap the 1999 Constitution”, I pointed out that the 1999 Constitution is the godfather of corruption, through the immunity clause 308. (1), which protects, and thereby implicitly invites, looting by the highest officials who have brazenly set the terrible example that the rest of society have emulated. However, it ostentatiously declares in Section 14. (5) that ‘The State shall abolish all corrupt practices and abuse of power’, thus giving the impression that it is for fighting corruption. But it then surreptitiously annuls Section 14. (5) by section 6. (6)(c), its ouster clause. It is a fraud for the godfather of corruption to give the impression that it is against corruption, and the fraud is compounded when it empowers the state to fight corruption but then surreptitiously discourages it from doing so. That’s double duplicity!
Because of this fraud of an ouster, which makes non justiciable its provision that “The State shall abolish all corrupt practices and abuse of power”,  so long as we have that constitution, nobody can end lootocracy.

That fraud aside, the cost of seeking office  under the system created by the 1999 Constitution is so high that only looters or those sponsored by and beholden to looters (godfathers) can seek election to any public office at any level—LGA, state, or federal . And Nigerians expect them to end looting after they are elected? You got to be out of your mind or just fooling yourself!

Given that the Constitution has entrenched and institutionalized lootocracy by these devices, if a president--who is sworn to uphold the constitution--attempts to fight lootocracy, he would be breaking his oath of office and inviting impeachment.

The fact of life is that Nigerians live by “corruption”, they grow rich by “corruption”, or aspire to do so whenever they get the opportunity. At donation time, they celebrate the looters who donate to their causes. And, contradictorily, they can’t do without the pleasure of complaining about “corruption”. That daily ritual is part of their daily entertainment and frustration reliever. For these reasons, any anti-corruption talk in Nigeria is either a joke or a scam.

















*Gen Buhari 
As far as the political charade is concerned, anybody who wants to get into office and loot the state coffers knows that the easy way to excite and dupe the voters is to pose as an anti-corruption fighter. But when he gets there, as he already knows, he can’t do anything about it because the constitution has entrenched and given protection to “corruption”. Because of the constitutional obstacle to eliminating “corruption”, it should not be an issue in any Nigerian election. It is a false issue, a problem that no candidate or party can do anything about. Their making an issue of it is like cripples boasting about which of them can run a mile in four minutes. In election contests, it should be removed and replaced with the issue of what to do about the fraudulent constitution that protects “corruption”.

The tragedy is that even those who want a True Federalism Constitution, TFC, didn’t do enough, especially during the National Dialogue, to make the 1999 Constitution the main issue in the public mind. So, “corruption” continues to obsess the public, and regardless of who Jega’s INEC proclaims the winner, the lootocracy is safe, and the looting will go on, and on and on, and so too the clamor against “corruption”, until Nigerians get tired of the charade and face the reality that the 1999 Constitution must be removed as the first step if lootcracy is to be tamed.

Hence, anybody who thinks that, under Nigeria’s 1999 Constitution, any government, party or president can eradicate corruption is like a man who expects a worm to give birth to a lion, or who wants to go to heaven but doesn’t want to die.
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2] Boko Haram
On Boko Haram, I submit that it is partly funded through the structures of the Constitution and can’t be extinguished without first discarding the Constitution. I also submit that a military solution to Boko Haram is not possible under the Constitution.
 Who gave Boko Haram to Nigeria?
In 2012, we got this statement from Mustapha Jokolo, the former No 2 man in the Caliphate system:

Northern politicians created Boko Haram – Mustapha Jokolo, former Emir of Gwandu

The Constitution helps to support the Boko Haram insurgency. How?

The Constitution helps to fund Boko Haram through the federal funding of the Shariya states and their governors. Being the governors of Shariyaland states, their sympathies are with Boko Haram which is campaigning for implementation of Shari’a. How much of these funds end up in Boko Haram hands needs to be investigated.

Can Boko Haram be defeated under the Constitution? Probably not, because by the structures and provisions of the Constitution,

1: the governments of the Shariyaland states will get statutory budget allocations which the Boko Haram sponsors among them can divert to their terrorist agency—Boko Haram.

2: The fifth column of Boko Haram sympathizers from those states will remain part of the Nigerian military, and will continue, from the inside, to sabotage military operations against Boko Haram as in this report by London based EAGLE EYE REPORT WORLDWIDE:
The apprehension and detention of 9 northern generals for supporting the northern insurgents has grave implications for Nigeria that makes irrelevant all talk of any election by the politicians for April 2015. The Nigerian Army can't last as a cohesive organization for much longer.
The Junior northern officers are actively planning a coup because they know that the courtmarshal process of those 9 Gambari generals will invariably affect them also as they will be implicated for following direct orders of those generals.
The punishment for charge of mutiny, sabotage, treason etc charges laid against these 9 courtmashaled generals in military tribunals is usually firing squad just like coup.
--THE ECDYSIS OF BOKO HARAM MODUS OPEREANDI ANOTHER MIRAGE; EAGLE EYE REPORT WORLDWIDE Tuesday, May 20, 2014

3: The Boko Haram sponsors who are embedded in all levels of the Nigerian state apparatus will continue to obstruct efforts to politically defeat Boko Haram, and will supply intelligence to Boko Haram. As President Jonathan revealed back in 2012:
“Boko Haram is everywhere, in the executive arm of government, in the legislative arm of government and even in the judiciary. Some are also in the armed forces, the police and other security agencies,” Jonathan said. “Some continue to dip their hands and eat with you and you won’t even know the person who will point a gun at you or plant a bomb behind your house.”
President: Boko Haram has infiltrated govt, military, http://www.thenationonlineng.net/2011/index.php/news/32611-president-boko-haram-has-infiltrated-govt-military.html  09/01/2012; (Accessed Oct 2012)

Part of Nigeria’s difficulty in solving the Boko Haram problem is that Shariyaland has a pervasive fifth column within the Nigerian government and political parties. This fifth column is aiding and abetting Boko Haram; it consists of Shariyaland citizens who are holding positions in Nigerian governments and political parties, all the way from the Vice Presidency to party members in both the ruling PDP and the opposition APC. It includes the governors and NASS legislators from Shariyaland; it includes Shariyaland personnel in the security forces (Police, Army, Navy, Air Force, Intelligence Agencies, Customs, Immigration etc.) in the media, the economy, etc.
            













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*A church building is bombed 

Can you imagine Britain winning its war against Germany if it had in its cabinet, parliament, armed forces, media, banks, civil service, and every institution of British life, a huge fifth column of Germans loyal to Hitler and organized to assist Hitler?
Or can you imagine Abraham Lincoln winning the US civil war if his Vice President was a Confederate politician, his cabinet included Confederate men, the Congress still included Confederate legislators, and the Union Army was full of Confederate generals and soldiers?
That is the fundamental anomaly that Nigeria must rectify if it is to respond correctly to Boko Haram.  And that rectification requires abrogation of the 1999 Constitution.
A political solution is not possible under the Constitution because it would require the stopping of funding to the states of Shariyaland, and that would be unconstitutional.

Even a military solution is not possible under the Constitution.  Why? Under the Constitution, any army sent to fight Boko Haram will contain Muslim officers and men who have religious sympathies for Boko Haram, and who will see it as their religious duty to sabotage operations. To keep them out of the army would be impossible under the Constitution. Hence both a military and a political solution would require scrapping the Constitution.
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3] The Fulani militia
On the Fulani Militia, I submit that it is an ethnic cleansing and land grabbing instrument of the Caliphate and a mortal danger to all other Nigerians, and that it can’t be curbed under the Constitution.

Attacks by these well-armed Fulani herdsmen have been reported in Oyo, Ogun, Plateau, Benue, Abia and other states. The cows they are rearing belong to the Caliphate magnates including the Sultan, emirs, governors, ministers, senior military men and high government official. The Sultan of Sokoto is the Chairman of the Board of trustees of MACBAN, the Cattle Breeders Association which is behind the Fulani herders and their Militia. MACBAN has invoked the freedom of movement sections of the Constitution to support the freedom of its cattle herders to trespass upon and destroy farms in their search for pasture for their cattle. Furthermore, there is a bill—the National Grazing Routes or Reserves bill, which seeks to carve out grazing lands for Fulani herdsmen in each state in Nigeria. Even while the bill is yet to become law, the Fulani Militia is already unilaterally enforcing it.  The Fulani Militia is Nigeria’s equivalent of the ethnic-cleansing Janjawid of Darfur.
The Fulani Militia cannot be curbed under the constitution whereby their grazing reserves are to be set up. So long as the Constitution remains, the menace of the Fulani Militia is unlikely to be curbed.
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4] The Constitution:
On the Constitution, I submit that it is the godfather of corruption, as well as the codification of the sources of all the vices that plague Nigeria, and that Nigeria cannot be reformed without discarding it. Though ostensibly democratic, its frauds make it a fake-democracy constitution.
As I showed during the National Dialogue, in my piece in the Guardian titled “Four reasons  to scrap 1999 Constitution”, it contains at least four frauds and is probably the most fraudulent constitution in the world. These fatal frauds are: the “We the people” fraud; the “Federation” fraud; the “Fighting corruption” masquerade/fraud; and the “Socially responsible State” masquerade/fraud. That piece can be consulted in the Guardian of November 6 and 7, 2013. I further submit that Nigeria cannot be reformed without discarding the 1999 Constitution.   That’s because these frauds make it impossible to legally compel the Nigerian state to execute any of its duties to the citizens. Any measure to reform Nigeria would require legally forcing the State to implement constitutional duties that it is already licensed to ignore.
You need to find out who cooked up and imposed this constitution and why. Now, this 1999 Constitution is the mature version of the 1979 constitution. Its 1979 prototype was cooked up by two Caliphate agents, the now late Chief Rotimi Williams, a.k.a “Timi the Law,” and Prof Ben Nwabueze. The mature version of 1999 was finalized and polished up by a Caliphate man, Prof Yadudu, and imposed by Decree by another Caliphate agent, Gen. Abdusalami Abubakar . Why was it cooked up with so many frauds and other devices that serve the Caliphate?  The Caliphate hates democracy, hates free and fair elections, that’s why. It only likes elections that it rigs in advance, so it is sure to win and hang on to power. That was why Sultan Dasuki organized the annulment of the June 12 election--the most free and fair election in Nigeria’s history.  And after aborting democracy in 1993, the Caliphate cooked up this fraudulent Constitution so it can avoid any real democracy in the future. It is very cleverly fixed up so the Caliphate can use it to dominate and loot Nigeria forever.
Like most Nigerians, you probably think that IBB annulled the June 12 election. He didn’t, Sultan Dasuki did. MKO Abiola, the winner of June 12 and IBB, the organizer of that impressive transition program, were both victims of June 12. One of the Caliphate agents who helped to get the annulment accomplished was the then General David Mark who is now Senator David Mark, the Senate president.  He was the one who threatened and said “ I’d shoot Chief Abiola the day NEC pronounces him the elected President.”  Go and ask him. If he denies it, call in Prof Omo Omoruyi and IBB to expose him. The Caliphate’s idea of democracy was summed up by Aminu Saleh, a Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, under Abacha, who told Prof Omoruyi: “Professor, my vote is not the same weight as the vote of the Emir of Bauchi and the vote of the Emir of Bauchi is not the same weight as the vote of the Sultan of Sokoto” He then said “that is why we are not going to accept the mandate which Chief Abiola is claiming”. . . . Abiola’s mandate was, of course, based on the principle of one-person-one vote which the Caliphate hates like the devil hates holy water. If you want to be educated on the Caliphate’s incurable hatred for democracy, the book to read is Prof Omo Omruyi’s The Tale of June 12. I am bringing up all that just to indicate how much the Caliphate hates democracy and hates free and fair elections, and to give you the reason why they cooked up this fraudulent anti-democracy constitution. And when you gather to draft a True Federalism Constitution, make sure that the likes of “Timi the Law”, Prof Nwabueze and Prof Yadudu are far from the hall, lest they pollute the Peoples ‘ True Federalism Constitution with clever anti-the-People frauds.
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5] Candidate Buhari:
 On Candidate Buhari, I submit that he has neither the will nor the ability to discard the Constitution but has every reason to perpetuate it. Accordingly he can’t solve any of the problems whose solution requires discarding the Constitution. So, those who expect him to change Nigeria by solving these problems are taking themselves for a ride. Why?

We shall consider two questions about Candidate Buhari:  His posturing as a born-again democrat, and his ability to fight Boko Haram.

After he lost the 2011 election, Buhari told the world that should he be declared the loser in 2015, monkey and baboon will be soaked in blood. That is to say, if the voters do not elect him he will unleash violence on them. Now is that a democrat’s position?  Consider an election where the voters go to the polls with one of the candidates holding a gun to their heads and saying “vote for me or you are dead”. Would such an election be free and fair? The wonder is that INEC went ahead to approve a candidate who has publicly threatened massive violence if he is not declared elected.  The second wonder is that the International Community has passed over Buhari’s threat without taking any action. What has Jimmy Carter and his Carter Center said or done about this threat to a free and fair election?   Why is Buhari not in the dock in De Hague facing trial for making threats of post- election violence?  If Gbagbo was taken to De Hague, and Uhuru Kenyatta too, why not Buhari? Is the International Community not interested in preventive action? Is it waiting for people to be slaughtered before feeling obliged to do something? Given his tyrannical actions when he was military Head of State in the 1980s, and now his threat of post-election violence, Buhari can’t be the democrat he is pretending to be. Anybody who is inclined to accept Buhari’s posturing should be reminded of the Chinese saying: Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice shame on me.

Buhari and Boko Haram
Candidate Buhari is creating the impression that he will fight, and knows how to fight, Boko Haram. But will Buhari really fight Boko Haram?
 I think not. Because, (a) Buhari is the Boko Haram candidate ; (b1) Buhari’s agenda and Boko Haram’s are the same—Islamizing all of Nigeria; and (b2) their attitude to the Sultan and emirs is the same. And (c) Boko Haram and Buhari are sponsored by the same Northern politicians.
        
      (a)   Boko Haram is supporting its candidate Buhari by escalating its attacks in the run up to the elections, so as to demonstrate that the Jonathan administration hasn’t succeeding in ending the Boko Haram insurgency, and implying that Buhari, therefore, should get a chance to become President and try. They are trying to shape opinion in favor of their preferred candidate for President.

(b1) They both want Shari’a in all the states in Nigeria. Buhari said so back in 2001,
Buhari Calls for Sharia in All States http://allafrica.com/stories/200108270355.html ; and

 Boko Haram said the same in 201: Boko Haram to FG "Total Shari'a in Nigeria or no Peace"
...Says Qur'an is Above Nigerian Constitution
Written by Alaba Johnson (Reporter for NaijaPundit) on 03 October 2011.

(b2) Buhari and Boko Haram have the same view of the Sultan and the emirs. In his October 2011 email, Boko Haram’s Abu Qaqa declared "our position is that the Sultan is just a traditional ruler who revolted against the teachings of his ancestors and put the Nigerian Constitution ahead of the teachings of the Holy Qur’an and the traditions of the Prophet.”
      
NaijaPundit had earlier published a leaked wikileaks cable in which the Buhari team had told American Embassy officials that they had no confidence in the Northern Traditional rulers in general while naming the Sultan of Sokoto and the emir of Kano specifically as people who had tried to corrupt the judiciary.

(c) Buhari is the candidate of the sponsors of Boko Haram. The Arewa Consultative Forum and the Arewa Elders’ Forum, which have both endorsed Buhari as their candidate, are leaders of the Northern politicians who, according to Major Jokolo, the former Emir of Gwandu, are the sponsors of Boko Haram.

Given that their aims, views and supporters are the same, will Buhari have the will to fight his jihadist Boko Haram comrades? Does a politician fight his constituency and supporters? Does a jockey stab the horse he is riding?

Nevertheless Buhari claims he can end the insurgency. How? Let’s figure it out.
As a political or military solution is not possible under the Constitution, the only way Buhari can end the Boko Haram insurgency is to defuse it. And for that he would have to appease them by destroying the democracy that Boko Haram loathes, and then turn all of Nigeria into a Shari’a country. In other words, Buhari, if he became president, would have to become even more jihadist than Boko Haram and become their de facto political leader. But will the rest of Nigerians, those who want democracy and loathe Shari’a, put up with that?  That means that Buhari will defuse the Boko Haram insurgency only to ignite a much bigger civil war between the Jihadists and the rest of Nigerians. Then the war that’s been confined to the NE zone will be fought everywhere, Muslim against non-Muslim, neighbor against neighbor. If you are a Nigerian and desire that, then Buhari is your man.

But let me sound a warning. Buhari and his Boko Haram supporters would do well to remind themselves that Jihadists have no monopoly on fanaticism. The historical record shows that Christians may be slow to be provoked to a Crusade, but when they finally get going, they are unstoppable. It is then “Onward Christian Soldiers, marching off to war, with the cross of Jesus going on before.” Buhari and his cohorts should recall how, after the routing of the Turkish jihadists on Sept 12, 1683 at the siege of Vienna, the Christian crusaders drove those Jihadists steadily back for centuries till they not only recovered all the lands previously taken in Eastern and Central Europe by the Jihadists, but ended up destroying the Ottoman Caliphate sponsor of that Jihad and, as extra, conquered all the Arab lands, including the Hejaz, by the end of World War I. That relentless push back ended two and half centuries after it began in Vienna. Similarly, in the earlier branch of the Crusades, the one which began after the Arab Jihadist armies were defeated by Charles Martel at Tours/Poitiers, the Christians ended up conquering all the Muslim lands in the world, from Morocco to Mindanao in what became the Philippines.

It is my duty as a historian to remind the world, and all Jihadists in particular, that the drive that, by 1918, culminated in Western Europe’s conquest of the whole world had its remote beginnings in Christian Europe’s response to the Jihadist invasion of Spain, through the Straits of Gibraltar in 711. Some 20 years later, in 732, Charles Martel defeated those invaders of Europe at the battle of Tours/Poitiers, and stopped that jihadist push into Europe. But it was not until 1095, nearly four centuries after the jihadists entered Spain, that  Pope Urban II launched the First Crusade. Strengthened by the crusading spirit, the faltering Christian reconquest of Spain from Islam was renewed with determination and ferocity. When the momentum of the Reconquista brought Christian power to Ceuta in 1415, the Reconquista morphed into Western Europe’s enterprise of expansionism that, by 1918, had conquered the whole world, including all of Dar-al-Islam, from Morocco to Mindanao.  That’s a crusading drive that lasted from 1095 to 1918, all of 8 centuries!
           
 On 9/11 Bin Laden’s gang began a fresh jihad against the West. The West has responded with its War on Terror and is still uncertain and divided on how to respond. But it is still early days. When they finally organize a coherent counter-attack, the consequences for Islam could be dire. It could bring about the liquidation of Islam, its total and final extinction from the face of the earth. So these 21st century jihadists should warn themselves.  In particular, Buhari and his Caliphate and Boko Haram cohorts, if they are wise, should desist from provoking in Nigeria the Christian crusader spirit of ‘Onward Christian Soldiers!
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From the examination of the above election issues, can anyone solve the problems of corruption, Boko Haram and the Fulani Militia?  Can Jonathan or Buhari or the APC or the PDP or any other party or candidate?

Because these major problems can be solved only after scrapping the Constitution, the principal election issue becomes the Constitution itself and how to replace it with another that can facilitate solutions to these problems.  If we are sensible, this election should be decided by the answer the candidates give to just one question: WHAT’S YOUR PROGRAM FOR REPLACING THE CONSTITUTION?
Whatever answer he gives, can Buhari replace the constitution? I think not.  Since the prime interest of his Caliphate constituency is to keep its fraudulent fake–democracy constitution in operation and use it to dominate and exploit Nigeria, can you see Buhari honestly proposing or accepting to scrap the Constitution? As he can’t do the key thing—scrap the constitution-- required to solve these problems of Nigerians, if you vote for Buhari in the hope that he can and will solve these problems, you are just a mumu who expects a pig to fly. That’s my submission, my argument for asking you to vote against Buhari. Are you a mumu? No? I don’t think you are. But prove it to yourself and the world: go out in your millions and VOTE AGAINST BUHARI.
Knowing how much the Caliphate hates democracy, you should be on alert for Caliphate pro-democracy politricks and conmen. So when a Caliphate man with a track record as a bloody tyrant is put forward by the Caliphate party, APC; and is publicly backed by the Caliphate political leadership in the Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, and the Northern Elders’ Forum, NEF, you should enjoy their clown show. And when the candidate starts play acting and posing like a superstar or pop idol of democracy, you should know to also do a playact support for him, like some tell me they are doing at his rallies. But when you step into the polling booth, you stop play acting, get real, and vote against him. Use your votes to keep this conman Buhari in Daura to enjoy the well-deserved retirement into which IBB sent him in 1985.

If you are not a mumu please spread the word to vote against the Caliphate and its conman Candidate Buhari. Spreading the word to VOTE AGAINST BUHARI is a vital task of public enlightenment today.
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And as my own contribution to this effort of public enlightenment, I hereby release my 2013 booklet, “Caliphate Colonialism” from copyright. I thereby waive my author’s royalties so as to help keep its price low and make it affordable to most Nigerians. That’s my contribution to the liberation of the New South from Caliphate colonialism. And I specially invite the members of the Nigerian Book Pirates Association to publish and distribute it widely, starting yesterday, so every Nigerian household can buy and read its own copy. Any publisher or person in Nigeria can do the same. The essay can be downloaded from the Shekere Africa website through this link.


However, if any of these publishers should later on wish to contribute towards my medical expenses, that’s a separate matter, and for their generosity I shall be grateful.

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