WE ARE UNDER ATTACK BY TERRORISTS AND INVADERS. DEFEND YOURSELVES

The latest edition of the Global Terrorism Index (November 2019), produced by the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), ranks Nigeria as the third most terrorised nation after war ravaged Iraq and Afghanistan. 
The onslaught of Boko Haram extremists and armed cattle herdsmen is largely responsible for this protracted situation.  While the North East of Nigeria remains the epicentre of untold mayhem, other regions in the South and Middle belt continue to experience frequent brutal raids by armed herdsmen and terrorists.

 
It is public knowledge that under the guise of animal grazing, peaceful communities have been plundered mercilessly for decades by herdsmen from the Northern parts of the Nigeria and foreigners from the Sahel region. While open animal grazing on private property is obvious trespassing, the federal and state governments have refused to uphold the law and prosecute offenders.


We therefore note with deep concern, the unprecedented covert influx of thousands of men from the North into the Middle Belt and Southern parts of Nigeria, especially amidst a nationwide lockdown.

 
These men, as seen in several verifiable videos, have been confronted and questioned by security forces. We note that in most cases, these men do not have any identification. While some Northern governments dismiss these men as Almajiri (young boys, often destitute, seeking Islamic knowledge), we have strong doubt based on precedent and emerging facts.

 
Firstly, these migrants are often physically fit, able-bodied men of fighting age.  
Second, they present no identification and often have very poor command of English or the native language. 


We call on the people of the South and the Middle Belt to be vigilant….


SELF DEFENSE IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE 


A calamity of mammoth proportion is unfolding before us, our homeland and families soon would be invaded and violated; yet most of the so called political leaders seem to just sit and watch without offering any resistance or at least raise a protest against the acquiescence of the President of Nigeria.

 
We actually wonder what are we to do?


As if under some sort of spell, we happily engage in inconsequential arguments on various social media platforms as a convenient excuse for our cowardice. We continue to pretend that it will fizzle out on its own, while others simply want to mentally wish away the obvious. 
Kindly note that these imminent calamities are part of a script, which was written years ago to be played out today. 


It is called planning, strategy, and execution.


We have, with shock, been following the debates since the Covid 19 lockdown, the dramatic exportation of fulani trained militias disguised as vagrants from the North to the Middle Belt and the South of Nigeria; and the unimaginable consequences that would flow therefrom.  
To wait for these fulani militias to begin an onslaught that we can prevented is unconscionable.


The Yoruba security network Amotekun is on standby in Yorubaland for any eventualities, but the Middle Belt, the South East and the South South have no similar security networks.


Therefore  we need to mobilize our people to all the border areas, to be very vigilant, and to man the border posts. Push back now. 

In the absence of any meaningful intervention by the federal government and the state governments (Governor Wike of River State not included), we are left with no choice but to rise to the challenge, it is also part of our civic responsibilities to defend our sovereignty. And that we must do.

 
With the exception of Governor Wike of Rivers State, the other Governors are only interested in lining their pockets with the security votes they collect on behalf of their indigenes. We wonder what they do with the money meant for our collective safety and security?


We have very serious problems on our hands. On a daily basis, scores of battle ready young men are trucked into our land. We need to start asking hard questions.


1. Who sent them?
2. Who owns the trucks that will travel all the distance to end in the Middle Belt, South East, South West and South South.


Where do they disappear to when they arrive their destinations? 
How did they evade the security posts and roadblocks all the way from the North to the South if not that they were aided by the same fulani security personnel?


There are things we look out for when confronted with situations like these. We want everyone to take note of the following: 

1. These men are not economic migrants. Why?
In all the videos we have seen so far, we have not seen the following: families, a shred of personal belongings, and no despair when apprehended.


2. These men are trained soldiers.It takes a certain amount of discipline and training to stay huddled and hidden, with minimal oxygen for such a long journey. No breaks, no stops, no eating, no socialising.

 
3.The vehicles conveying them are very sound and sometimes almost new. They carry a highly reduced freight, if any at all. Who is bearing the cost of these movements?


4. The frequency, and the upsurge in their desperate push to get in and in place is unbelievable.


We do not think they are only spreading a disease. We think they are part of a strategy. They want to come in, take advantage of the protective masks meant to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, and them attack innocent people, leaving us no chance of identifying them.

 
We must accept and wake up to the fact that we are confronting a people with a historical strategy to get what does not belong to them.
They have a script.


Check it, all the so called almajiris/vagrants are men of fighting age. 
All the so called almajiris, like their Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram counterparts are men without females. 
These men are men and have feelings like men. That exposes every woman in our region. 

 
Already, the danger is there. Our mothers, daughters, and sisters are going through horrendous times. On the average hundreds of rape incidents happen daily but the victims keep quiet and lick their wounds. But that is just the start of the game for our traducers.

 
Our political leaders are not being of help, we must rise in defence of our lives and homeland. 


My people, the yam we are standing to harvest has broken. It is time for us to sit down to dig up the bottom of it. It is urgent.

Austin Okeke Esq (Igbo Board of Deputies) 
Prof Justin Akujieze (Ekwe Nche – USA)


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5 Comments

  • I believe in totality the position of this script. The extremely annoying reality is the Sustained looting of the funds of the Southern states by Chief executives in the name of security vote.
    We need to strike now and hard against the governors of the Southern states. We are facing existential threats and these criminal executives are only mortally concerned with lining their pockets.
    The centre will not hold. Things have fallen apart.

  • Austin my brother, thank God that people like you have seen, what our Infatigable leader Mazi Nnamdi kanu, has been sounding for many years, it is now hapuning befor our eyes. is big time to give all our support to Ipob, we biafrans. there no other solution, our so called gouvnors are fulani pupets. in exception of Gouvnor of river state. other gouvnor in that biafra land is an animal. take a look at the so called Gouvnor Hopeless uzodinjo a disgrace to biafra land in imo state, or the obiakpo in Anambra state 5% Gouvnor the shermless drunkard, or Enugu state woman or man gouvnor with fulani boyfriend, or the Ebony state with ambition of Vp 2023 or 2099 in his animal dreams, that make him prefer been a slave for fulani all his generation. tell me biafrans with this hopeless situation we found ourselves as a people, i strongly belive that only solution is our unification as a people, all our village vigilant groups must checkmet all fulanis activity in our biafran land. ones more we biafrans lets give all our support to IPOB for our survival as Biafrans. our life as people is in a big danger. wakeup biafrans.

  • my dear brother you make a good point, that is exactly what our Infatigable leader Mazi Nnamdi kanu was sounding for the hold zoo called nigeria. people see him as someone that want to bring war. but today all of us are seen his prophecy comes to its fufillment.
    befor our eyes our so called gouvnors are nothing , but ordinary pupet, look at the fool in imo state, or the 5% gouvnor in Anambra state, or the woman man gouvnor of Enugu state ,or is it chief fulani slave boy boy looking for vp 2023 or2099 in his animal brain, all this animals called gouvnor dont care about our survival as a people. is a big time we the people need to standup. let our village local vigilance be reinforced to checkmet all this fulani activity , to avoid the danger that is about to be fall all of us. is only a fool will said nothing will hapund. the fulani is coming down with special agenda, what we are seen in benue and in kaduna will be a childs play with the agenda for yoruba land and biafran land. all we need

  • I noticed one thing in this write up. And that is: our leaders are under a spell. Bcos they lend themselves to affected by their inordinate ambitions and selfishness. They also wallow in self deception that thier families would not be affected when these guys strike. I have a feeling that the western countries will even sit back and relish the thought of Africans turning on themselves. How ll they dispose their worn out arms and ammunition and other ones that they might want to see tested. I’m at a loss, a big loss on our eastern govs and leaders. May God help us.

  • I noticed you omitted the name of the company that owns and operates the trucks used conveying these people to the Southern and eastern region. DANGOTE owns them. I don’t know if this is a coincidence or deliberately planned, but DANGOTE owns majority if not all of the truck. They earlier we start detaining these trucks and pressing charges against the owner, the better.

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