PUNCH INTERVIEW: Revolution Looming In Nigeria — Makinde

Methodist Church Prelate, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde
By Leke Baiyewu

In this interview with LEKE BAIYEWU, the Prelate of the Methodist Church Nigeria, Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde, speaks on the planned levy on religious organisations and leadership in Nigeria.

What’s your reaction to the recent calls for taxation of religious organisations?

People calling for the taxation of churches are like people calling for the sale of their mother. The Christian church is the architect and the mother of Nigeria’s achievments. I don’t know what Nigeria would have become without Christianity; we brought civilisation, education, even publication – the first publication started in Abeokuta by the CMS. We brought hospitals. Those who fought Church Missionary Society for the independence of Nigeria were products of missionary schools.

So, those who are making the call for taxation are saying, “Sell my mother, I don’t care.” And it’s an action that is impossible. I am re-emphasising it, it is an impossible task. Those who fight the church are fighting God. The first leprosy centre in Nigeria was established by the Methodist Church Nigeria, followed by the Catholic Church. The killing of twins was stopped by Mary Slessor of the Presbyterian Church in Calabar.

There is an exception- We have the Wesley House in Lagos built for commercial purposes. If you want to tax that, it is good. If we are getting an income from it, as we put tenants there, it is taxable. We are paying tax on the commercial buildings we have. But if you want to tax our tithes and Sunday collections, you cannot because the church is not for commercial purpose. And we plough what we have back into the society.

The churches are in partnership with the government. For example the hospitals and schools built by the Methodist, Catholic, Anglican, Seventh Day Adventists, etc, are a way we plough our money back into the society.

They think we were making profits in our schools; it started with Lateef Jakande in Lagos, they took over our schools and destroyed everything. Products of those schools are the armed robbers of today; they are the area boys, the militants and the ‘Boko Harams’ because they were given education without morality and the fear of God. It serves us right because we are lying on the bed we spread.

But critics argue that missionary schools are too expensive and out of the reach of a common man.

If knowledge is expensive, try ignorance. The one they (government) are doing is not free. Education is not free, somebody is subsidising. We are now establishing our universities where there is no cultism and no strikes. When it is four years, it is four years. But look at our government-owned universities, they are glorified secondary schools. You can’t compare them with mission universities. I know a cousin who went to the Lagos State University and spent eight years for a degree because of strikes. Even with the argument that our school fees are high, we are still subsidising.

Where did the country get it wrong that people refer to the independence era as better years?

We are the architect of our problems. One, there is no fear of God again in the land, and the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom. Islam preaches fear of God, Christianity preaches fear of God but there is no fear of God anywhere again. When there is no fear of God, there will be no love. Once there is no love, corruption sets in.

The love between the Hausa and the Yoruba; the Yoruba and the Igbo; the majority and the minority are orchestrated and counterfeit love. We have politicised everything. And the root of all of these is corruption.

In the sixties, when people took contracts to construct roads and other infrastructure, they didn’t give or take percentage (bribes). The Ibadan-Ijebu Road, which was constructed by Gen. Yakubu Gowon, is still solid because bribes were not given. When you award contracts and you take percentages, the works will not be solid. It is not a spiritual problem; it is a physical problem that boils down to corruption and lack of the fear of God. People no longer work with conscience. And conscience is the inner voice of God in you. Most Nigerians don’t have conscience again; their conscience is dead. And when your conscience is dead, you do wrong things. I served this country for about 40 years and I retired with no pension or gratuity, and you want me to die for Nigeria? I can’t.

Some people have said a revolution is looming. Do you agree?

I agree seven times. When you keep people unemployed for a long time, you are asking for a revolution. And let me tell you, Boko Haram has become a revolution; they don’t kill only Christians again, they kill Muslims now. They go into their homes while they are praying and shoot them. They are going beyond religion and it is becoming a revolution. The Niger Delta militancy case is a revolution. You can’t take resources from our place and develop the North, while you neglect us. A councillor is earning more than a vice-chancellor of a university or a professor and you say there will be no revolution. There will be revolution.

Nigeria is bleeding. We must try as much as possible not to make it anaemic. Everyone is guilty; don’t apportion blames to the politicians alone. The church is guilty because some people have commercialised religion and that is why some say churches should be taxed – because they see religious leaders living above their means. When you are too flamboyant as a man of God, people will talk. But we cannot use isolated cases to judge the church. The judiciary is not left out, in fact, it has disgraced the nation. What about the police? They are licensed to kill through accidental discharge. Everybody is almost lawless in this country.

Those who are calling for a revolution have also faulted the 1914 amalgamation, saying the regions should go their separate ways. Do you support this?

Revolution can come but it cannot lead to a division. The revolution will not be restricted to any region because we have all got it wrong. I will not advocate fa break-up. Going our separate ways is not the answer to our problems. Getting it right and returning to God is the answer. The spirit of those who died during the civil war will not forgive us if we divide as a nation. Let me emphasise this: the spirit of those who died, the innocent ones, during the civil war will not forgive us if Nigeria divides. To jaw-jaw is better than to war-war.

There is nothing President Goodluck Jonathan can do, except we pray for him. We are insatiable; nobody can satisfy Nigerians. I pity him as a leader. I am a leader and I know what leadership means. He cannot satisfy everybody. Even those who are not as knowledgeable as he is are condemning him. It is easier to condemn than to offer advice.  This is the right time for all of us to pray for our country, our leaders and offer constructive criticism and have good political leaders.

What baffles me in Nigeria today is that the enemies of Nigeria are in the same party. Those who criticise the Peoples Democratic Party bitterly are the members of the party. Most of those who do not see anything good in Jonathan are members of the PDP. The party is a house that is divided against itself and cannot stand. What I want is a formidable opposition, not to gang up. What I want is a party with discipline; a party with manifesto. The only way out is for politics to be less lucrative. We are not civilised and experienced enough in politics to run a presidential system of government. It is too expensive; our economy is not good and we depend on only crude oil. All the local councils and states go to Abuja for federal allocation. How can we grow?  States cannot generate funds for themselves and they think they can generate funds to run their states through taxation of churches. They are deceiving themselves. We will pray and they will collapse because God can fight for himself. Let them diversify. I am praying to God to let oil dry up even during my lifetime so that we will learn a lesson of not putting all our eggs in one basket.  We have a long way to go and that is why I say it is a general failure, not Jonathan’s failure. I pity him. Jonathan is suffering from the penalty of leadership. To me, it is a collective failure. We are all making Nigeria to bleed. We all need attitudinal change.
 

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An oil-less revolution in 9ja? from Yoruba, Fulani and Ibo lead?

Those who claim to know 9ja enough and often predict that all sorts of revolutions will take place because the AWUF oil from the SS, can no longer feed 150m parasites, need to re-examine their evil plans against GEJ. Is the so-called revolution going to be led by Fulani, Yoruba and Ibo leaders from the 3 old regions of 9ja? I begi make I hear better word! The Arab Spring which took place in the Middle East and Africa, were engineered by the USA and Israel! Already the move to sack Assad via Nato bases in Turkey, has led to the murder of over 60,000 Syrians-In Egypt and Libya the revolution has not been able to bring about d needed changes 2 d lives of the masses. What 9ja needs is devolution of power at d centre to the 6 geo political entities-so that the poverty stricken states whose leaders have nothing but curse 4 d SS, which has been feeding them for over 52 yrs, can begin to fend for their boko haramic leaders-when d SS goes away!

MAKINDE COMES TO UYO GOVT. HOUSE WEEKLY TO COLLECT BRIBE MONEY.

Prelate Sunday Makinde comes to Uyo every week to collect ' BLOOD' money from Akpabio. He and Prelate Mbang are virtually living in the Uyo Government House with Godswill Akpabio.

Last month, Makinde sold the Methodist Knighthood of St. Wesley to Godswill Akpabio despite the fact that Mbang and himself know all the atrocities that THE CROOK (Godswill ) has committed in AKS.

Shame on these fake men of God. The impending REVOLUTION will catch up with them. They have polluted the politicians since 1999 and commercialised the gospel.

99% of these fake men of God and Nigerian Court Judges are foundation members of PAPA DECIEVE PIKIN PARTY ( PDP ) that that destroyed Nigeria.

Makinde SHAME ON YOU!!!!

DERI THE LOSER

@DERI: You seem to be one big loser, whose only hope in life is in the oil in your fondly called "SS". Even after a successful seccession of the Niger Delta and her complete ownership of the oil resource, what guarantees an improvement in your deprived life?. Believe me, hapless noise-makers like you still get marginalized. When that time comes, you will begin another round of hopeless noise-making to rally your fellow losers for another seccessionist movement. Animal.

PRELATE, THANK GOD THAT YOU KNOW NIGERIANS ARE SUFFERRING!!!

Prelate, do you and Sultan, Adebooye & co so called men of God don't know about all the killings, kidnappings, rape and other atrocities committed against the Akwa Ibom people directed and supervised by occupant of the Uyo Govt. House?

Just last month you, Prelate Makinde sold the Knighthood of St. Wesley to a Higest Bidder, an occupant of a government house in the South South. And that occupant is a certified 419/Cultist who was foisted on the people by Obasanjo, the DO-OR-DIE HERO IN 2007 AND MADAM UMBRAALLA IN 2011 using the Army & the Police.

Prelate, It's true Revolution WILL certainly come but do you the 1% think it won't consume some of you in the pulpit? Most of you have commercialised and politized the WORD OF GOD?

The Bible has even confirmed that judgement shall start from the Church.

Divide Nigeria into FIVE Republics! (5)

If the STEVE JOBS, the ZUCKERBERGS, the BILL GATES the HONDAS of the world were from our part of the earth they would die without the world knowing about their ideas and inventions.

After the Second World War, the world led by the US came together to rebuild Germany and Japan. They did not abandon them to their fate. For Ndi Igbo, the world left them in the lurch, at the whims of a cunning military leader called Gowon whose phantom mantra was "no victor, no vanquished" foisted in the global arena while domestically, the greatest subjugation of a people's will at economic survival was perpetrated.

If Nigeria devolves into five republics today, the healthy competition among the republics would enable each to decide whether to follow the examples of Japan, Israel or to allow the hawks produced in Nigeria to lead them to destruction to become what is today's Syria or Mexico. For the good of the next generation of the Nigerian people, we MUST divide into FIVE republics now. END.

PRELATE, WHAT OF YOUR NEW CONVERT IN UYO GOVT. HOUSE?

Prelate, do you and Sultan, Adoboye & co so called men of God don't know about all the killings, kidnappings, rape and other atrocities committed against the Akwa Ibom people directed and supervised by occupant of the Uyo Govt. House?

Just last month you, Prelate Makinde sold the Knighthood of St. Wesley to a Higest Bidder, an occupant of a government house in the South South. And that occupant is a certified 419/Cultist who was foisted on the people by Obasanjo, the DO-OR-DIE HERO IN 2007 AND MADAM UMBRAALLA IN 2011 using the Army & the Police.

Prelate, It's true Revolution WILL certainly come but do you the 1% think it won't consume some of you in the pulpit? Most of you have commercialised and politized the WORD OF GOD?

The Bible has even confirmed that judgement shall start from the Church.

Divide Nigeria into FIVE Republics! (4)

They tell you that arid Kano is more populated than savannah Lagos. If the Igbo boy or man has a patent that can be developed and approaches a Federal Minister of Industries from the North, the first question that agitates the mind of the Minister is "who does this 'nyamiri' think he is?" When Biafra fell, over 200 patents that could be developed by the FGN were systematically and deliberately dismantled and destroyed. Ask the UNN what fate befell Professor Njoku-Obi's cholera vaccine? PRODA that was established to develop some of these patents was systematically starved of needed funds until it went under even before the death of Prof. Ezekwe, the founder.

Some pedestrian thinkers from Igbo land ask what prevents Ndi Igbo from developing the patents and that the Igbo man is the enemy of himself! These fools are those who will go to great length to see to the success of their children but for the community, the bigger family, he belives he has no contribution to make.

The misunderstood Boko Haram

"And let me tell you, Boko Haram has become a revolution; they don’t kill only Christians again, they kill Muslims now. They go into their homes while they are praying and shoot them."

Makinde is typical of most southerners. Boko haram decided to start targeting christians in 2011, but they have been killing muslims long before they were attacked in 2009. Prominent Imams that oppose them were slaughtered in 2007. Going by Makinde's tone at the end of interview he is a GEJ adviser and "prayer warrior". With his advice there is no end to Boko Haram.

Divide Nigeria into FIVE Republics! (3)

Prelate Makinde should face reality that this country currently exists because of oil. Those like IBB and David "Telephone is not for the Poor" Mark can die for Nigeria because for IBB, he may lose his 7 choice oil blocks in the Niger Delta Region. But it is IDEAS that grow a nation and not oil or mineral resources. It is ideas, research and development on science and technology and the maximization and utilization of the products of these ideas that grew the economies of the United States, Japan, South Korea, et al. Japan became an automobile and electronics global giant from IDEAS and not oil after the Second World War. South Korea's KIA and HYUNDAI Industries are forging the economic boom in the country.

In Nigeria of today, every aspect of existence and governance is politicized. To know the actual population of the country in order to plan for economic developmet and meet the challenges of safety and security, it is politicized.

The only way out of Nigeria

The only way out of Nigeria situation is both political and economic revolution.

Divide Nigeria into FIVE Republics! (2)

"The spirit of those who died during the civil war will not forgive us if we divide as a nation." The few soldiers who died on the Nigerian soil or the millions who died for the survival of Biafra? I do not expect a man of God to talk this way. Prelate, what is the fate of the Biafran souls who died to sustain Biafra but now see their kindred forced into Nigeria and subjugated thereafter?

Attitudinal change does not begin with the man on the street who is even oblivious whether state or federal government exists. As a public policy analyst, I conducted a detailed research of the challenges of Nigeria and reached the conclusion that the BEST THING to happen to the entity called Nigeria is for us to go our separate ways. Nigeria should devolve into FIVE REPUBLICS; namely, BIAFRA, O'DUA, NIGER DELTA, UNITED MIDDLE BELT AND AREWA. If this happens we will see the actualization of rapid enconomic development as we never imagined.

Divide Nigeria into FIVE Republics! (1)

The take-over of missionary schools in Nigeria did not start with Lateef Jakande who came to power as Lagos State Governor in 1979. It started in Igbo land in 1970 as a policy decision implemented by the Nigerian authorities to punish Ndi Igbo for fighting the civil war. I agree though the take-over of schools bred immorality and indiscipline among the students that now our high schools and universities have become training grounds for cultists, kidnappers and armed robbers as well as pen robbers in the civil service and the corporate sector.

What we call Christianity in Nigeria today is the pseudo fundamental Pentecostalism that preaches and ennobles wanton greed and prosperity. Hence, a Cashier at Sheraton Hotel Ikeja, Lagos, would misappropriate N22 million of the hotel and hand N20 million to a Pentecostal "Bishop" and the man who knew very well the Cashier's employment status still collected the stolen money as "tithes."

THE ADVICE BY THE PRELATE ON

THE ADVICE BY THE PRELATE ON THE NEED TO DROP THE EXPENSIVE IS THE COUNSEL OF AN ELDER. ALL THE LEADERS MEANT WELL HAVE SAID THE SAME THING. WE CANNOT RUN A PROSPEROUS NATION WITH HUGE EXPENSES ON POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS. THE PRESIDENT SHOULD PLEASE TAKE THIS COUNSEL TO THE COUNCIL OF STATE AND THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC COUNCIL. NIGERIA'S BLEEDING SHOULD STOP.

Femi Falana VS The Church.

Many of us attended missionary schools and received treatment in hospitals founded by churches. The fees were largely cheap and affordable. But today, the secondary schools and universities established by prosperity churches charge tuition fees on commercial basis. There is nothing religious in those centres of commerce. It is so bad that the children of poor members of the congregation, who are even exceptionally brilliant, are driven away from such institutions on ground of poverty -Femi Falana on the need to tax the commercial churches.

OLA MAKINDE

My only disagreement with Ola Makinde is his attempt to protect Jonathan. Why should you pity some one who protects corruption as in oil subsidy saga,nepotism as in retiring Military officers who are Muslims/Hausa Fulani and ethnoreligious cleansing of Muslims/Hausa Fulani as in Plateau state.He could not deal with his co politicians in the PDP who created political thugs in the North east like Ecomog, Yan Kalaare etc that later on joined fanatics in the fringe of the society and emboldened them to kill while some became big time criminals menacing the society.

OLA MAKINDE

This is a true clergy not like those clergy in the South who use peoples wealth and compete with one another in buying jets.He is also not like the hypocritical clergyin the North who use the pupit to fan embers of tribalism so that their tribesmen can justify nepotism or ethno religious cleansing.

FINALLY A MAN OF CLOTHES THAT MAKE SENSE!

well said! I can not add anymore. Those who have ears should hear.

Lawless society

God bless, Archpriest Dr. Sunday Ola Makinde for the wisdoms herein. May the Almighty God also bless the President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan. The president and his associates will only formulate the guiding laws for the society. It is the responsibility of the citizens to put their knowledge and innovation-spirit together to get the country going. However, majority of Nigerians are waiting for the president to even lay their beds for them before going to sleep. Everybody is almost lawless in this country. We have a long way to go, because this is a general failure, not President Jonathan’s failure.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaH0A6PMg10

Corrupt church men supporting corrupt politicians like bro Jona

This Makinde of a man is part and parcel of the very serious problems facing Nigeria today. Makinde is being both dishonest and contradictory when he claims that only a few church men are corrupt and money-hungry. Most churchmen and women are active supporters of profligate and clueless politicians like bro Jonathan. It's interesting to note how Makinde, instead of criticizing the sleazy and corruption-prone bro Jonathan and his crooked government, is needlessly trying to find silly excuses for bro Jona's woeful failure as president. With this kind of mentality, how can the average citizen trust characters like Makinde who wine and dine with the PDP horde of election riggers, thieves, embezzlers and fraudsters? Any revolution, when and if it happens, will consume the anti-people politicians and their wayward supporters in the churches, mosques and the rotten judiciary in particular.

Unbecoming of a leader of a protestant church

I am amazed that the Prelate of a protestant faith will be defending the anti-religious and anti-people educational policies of the pentecostal church. The Protestant Faith founded a lot of Missionary schools which I happened to be one of the beneficiaries. They were quite solid and affordable. They were the best of the bests. Nobody ever told us the children of the poor as at then that "if you say education is expensive, try ignorance". Such banal and uncaring statements are unbecoming of a man of faith. The Protestant faith is an embodiment of doctrines that inculcates hope to the poor, faith in and devotion to God, charitable gestures, heavenly reward for good deeds on earth etc and not the business-centered policies of the pentecostal churches he appears to be really defending.

PRELATE GAVE A BIASED OPINION

The Prelate of the Methodist church is giving a biased and one-sided opinion about his so-called believe in an imminent revolution. I'm surprised at how he passionately defended the church against taxing their earnings. He even unconvincingly defended the enormous and unaffordable tuition fees being charged by the higher institutions founded and run by the church. I guess he's forgotten that the majority of their members are the parents of those children who can not afford the tuition fees they charge. They are the ones who religiously pay tithes and offerings from their hard-earned meagre incomes. Now this Prelate forsees a revolution against government, but unforsees one against a church that is also in the same business of exploitation like the government.

Bishop Makinde's Interview.

For sure, major revolution is eminent. When, we dont know, but it s expected. Our so-called leaders are taking us for a ride.

We need what is happening to the Arab world in Nigeria. Our problem is not necessarily ethnicity and tribal divide, but the thieves called politicians. They should eliminated so that others can learn their lessons.

Sell My Mother, I Don't Care As Long As Nigeria Becomes Better

Dr. Makinde's opinion is his own therefore, one can not fault him for what he said.

Calling for the taxation of Churches is remotely not close to one asking for his or her mother to be sold. Please Dr. Makinde, stop putting fears in the minds of some gullible Nigerians. The Churches of old Nigeria did us good but the present day Churches in Nigeria are money making avenues PERIOD!!!!!!!
"Getting it right and returning to God is the answer" according to Dr. Makinde. China, India, Singapore and so many other developed countries don't have RELIGIOUS affiliations yet, they are way ahead of Nigeria. Dr. Makinde, keep deceiving some gullible Nigerians. Nigerians can either keep praying and sleeping in Churches/Mosques waiting for God to come rescue them from the grip of their acutely corrupt leaders or be proactive in seeking for a change.

We always pretend/act like we are Holier than the true owners of the Christian/Islamic religions.!!!!!!!!!!!!

More pain no Gain.

Welldon Prelate Makinde. You see the problem is that we keep talking, voicing our opinions to the extent that the veins from our neck are aching badly. Now we have relgious person giving out this, when they keep saying the truth these brainless politicians would be clamouring that what is the business with relgious leaders. Our esteemed Sheikh. Dr. Gummi was once made a notified speech beforehand, what was the reply of these goons, that the relgious leaders should keep there mouth out of Politics and you want to Tax the Church is that not involving politics with Churches..

Revolution or not every being will surely account to his deeds, thats for sure. Like I have written before and implying it again; the day of reckoning is quite approaching.

May Allah(SWT) lead us to the right path. Amiin.

Revolution in Nigeria?why not.

The call for taxing the churches and other places of worship is totally justified,looking at it from the Nigerian angle.Agreed that the early churches came with Christianity and made available the much needed social services for almost free hence no call for imposition of taxes on them however the situation has changed dramatically.
Majority of the Nigerian churches are participants of the politics of deceit that is the order of the day.
In America,Rev Martin Luther King used the pulpit to address the issues working against the betterment of African-Americans and in the continent Africa, Archbishop Desmond Tutu used his sermons to help dismantle apartheid.The church has a place in transforming the society.
The Jonathan administration has so far failed in all directions.The church should muster enough courage and let Mr President know his failures.

On Point Pastor

The revolution is really looming o.....the only 2 questions are:

1. When will it be?
2. Will it be peaceful revolution or a bloody one? God knows I am ready for either because I am tired of all the mess.

Thank you Pastor for saying it as it is, as against Pastors like their Redeemed GO and their CAN President Oritse.

How many jets does this one have...SR over to you

It's very glaring that some disgruntled elements are hell bent on sending GEJ back to the creeks. Everyone is now blaming a man who has just been president for two years for the woes we're facing as naijas. Naija is 52years old so what happened to those who were in charge for the other 50. Mullah IBB, Buhari and the Ota baboon are now saints. They are now beating the drums of revolution because an ogogoro drinker from the creeks is the president. Born to rule mentality twats.

Just for the records no Hausa-fulani or Yorubas will rule naija until 2027. If the ota baboon led naija for 8 years then why won't a man whose resources is still keeping naija one not have a 2nd term in office. An igbo president will emerge and rule for another 8 years by which time we may consider if we still want to be naija and allow the continue looting of the SE oil wealth. You can keep giving the dog a bad name just so you nail it for all we care. Cry cry babies.

Change In Attitude Needed Indeed

The whole land is full of selfishness, and we need a serious heart transplant. We need to give peace a chance. War, division or whatever being propounded will not save this land, all we need is a change of the individuals in Nigeria, both Christians, Muslims, Leaders, Followers, I mean, everybody. We have gone too far, far from God, far from each other, far from the truth that should help, far from the realities of the situations of this Nigeria. We need a total turn around. Let's fight for change and not war. One Nigeria we shall remain. God help us!

revolution without revolutionary ideas is madness-devolution now

Those who claim to know 9ja enough and often predict that all sorts of revolutions will take place because the AWUF oil from the SS, can no longer feed 150m parasites, need to re-examine their evil plans against GEJ. Is the so-called revolution going to be led by Fulani, Yoruba and Ibo leaders from the 3 old regions of 9ja? I begi make I hear better word! The Arab Spring which took place in the Middle East and Africa, were engineered by the USA and Israel! Already the move to sack Assad via Nato bases in Turkey, has led to the murder of over 60,000 Syrians-In Egypt and Libya the revolution has not been able to bring help to the masses. So what are we talking about here? What 9ja needs is devolution of power at d centre to the 6 geo political entities-so that the poverty stricken states whose leaders have nothing but curse 4 d SS, which has been feeding them for over 52 yrs, can begin to fend for their boko haramic leaders-when d SS goes away!

NO REVOLUTION WILL TAKE PLACE IN 9JA ITS DEVOLUTION

Those who claim to know 9ja enough and often predict that all sorts of revolutions will take place because the AWUF oil from the SS, can no longer feed 150m parasites, need to re-examine their evil plans against GEJ. Is the so-called revolution going to be led by Fulani, Yoruba and Ibo leaders from the 3 old regions of 9ja? I begi make I hear better word! The Arab Spring which took place in the Middle East and Africa, were engineered by the USA and Israel! Already the move to sack Assad via Nato bases in Turkey, has led to the murder of over 60,000 Syrians-In Egypt and Libya the revolution has not been able to bring help to the masses. So what are we talking about here? What 9ja needs is devolution of power at d centre to the 6 geo political entities-so that the poverty stricken states whose leaders have nothing but curse 4 d SS, which has been feeding them for over 52 yrs, can begin to fend for their boko haramic leaders-when d SS goes away!

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