(SAN) wrote: "By the appointment of Yusuf Magaji Bichi as new DG of DSS

Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) wrote: "By the appointment of Yusuf Magaji Bichi as new DG of DSS, the entire security architecture and apparatchik of Nigeria is predominantly and wholly dominated by one section of the country.
Thus, about 16 out of 17 key security appointees hail from PMB's section of the country. From the Minister of Internal Affairs, IGP, DG, NIA, DG, DIA, Chief of Army Staff, Chief of Air Staff, to the Comptrollers-General of Customs, Immigration, Prisons, Federal Fire Service, Commandant-General of NSCD, Attorney-General of the Federation, the story is the same (North, mostly Moslems).

Let us add other key national positions such as acting Chairman, EFCC, SGF, Chief of Staff to the President, MD, NNPC, Minister of Petroleum Resources (PMB himself); Heads of DPR, PEF, NPA, FAAN, NCAA, NRC, National security, Printing and Minting company, AMCON, NDIC, NAICON, Nigeria has been totally northernised! Let us peep into NBC, NTA, INEC, FHA, FERMA, FRCN, NOA, NHIS, NTDA, TETFUND, UBEC, NPHDA, NCC, NACA, NIMET, BPE, NOSDRA, NUC, Accountant-General, NEMA, Budget office, NIRSA, and you wonder if we are in the “Northern Republic of Nigeria”, or “Federal Republic of the North”, or Republic of Northern Nigeria”. It is so ugly, so nauseating, so dirty. It means that those who determine the security direction and fate of Nigeria can hold a meeting of the security situation of Nigeria and speak only the language of Hausa, in a country of 374 ethnic groups (Otite onigu); or 480 ethnic groups (M. Onwuejeogwu), that speak about 520 languages, out of which 9 have become extinct."

Me: The Tribalist-in-Chief has become paranoid and deranged. Nepotism has been elevated to state policy under the embodiment of parochialism called Buhari. Nigeria has been reduced to ethno-religious enclave of a ultra-conservative, chauvinistic Fulani cabal in the Aso Villa, while the sophisticated morons and demented buffoons in the South, are busy justifying their own enslavement and domination.

Will Nigeria survive Buhari's re-election?
Capital- NO. We should now know where we are, either to still foolishly cast vote for him. A stitch in time---saves nine.

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