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Terrorism: Group condemns senseless killings by ISWAP in Lake Chad region, charges supranational bodies to rise in support of Nigeria

Terrorism: Group condemns senseless killings by ISWAP in Lake Chad region, charges supranational bodies to rise in support of Nigeria

By Dansu Peter

Following series of heightened attacks by the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin, the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre (SHAC) has called for the intervention of the international community.

With the Nigerian military effectively chasing out Boko Haram leftovers, the sect switched focus to the Lake Chad region , wrecking havoc on helpless women and children.

Remnants of Boko Haram elements dislodged from the north-east region had converged  around the area forming an alliance with displaced terrorists from Syria, Iran and Mali.

The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has condemned in strong terms the activities of these radical Islamic fighters whose only nemesis appear  to be the Nigerian Government and her  military.

SHAC Executive Director, Grace Akatu made this known at a world press conference on Sunday in Abuja.

To avoid further horror, however, the SHAC has appealed to countries around the world to join forces with the Nigerian authorities  in combating the menace of ISWAP.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, a civil society organization, devoted to the entrenchment of sustainable peace and development in Nigeria is alarmed with the nefarious activities of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin,” the statement began.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has reviewed the operations of the Nigerian authorities in the fight against terrorism and wishes to commend the Nigerian government for the commitment in the fight against terrorism.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre appreciates the way and manner the Nigerian authorities have tackled the Insurgency in North East Nigeria in the past four years. This was evident in the reclaiming of local government areas in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe States that were once under the control of Boko Haram terrorist.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre is however alarmed with the activities of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin region and the consequent risk this has posed to harmless women and children.

“ The activities of ISWAP around the Lake Chad Basin region is a source of concern given the way and manner it has continued to maim, harass and kill innocent people that consist mainly of women and children.

“ The activities of ISWAP has constituted an enormous threat to the economies of countries around the Lake Chad basin such Cameroon, Niger, and Chad, hence the need for urgent intervention in a bid to address the menace that activities of ISWAP have posed in the Lake Chad Basin region.

“ The Nigerian Authorities cannot address the ISWAP challenge alone; it consequently behoves on all well-meaning countries to join forces with Nigeria in confronting this terrorist organization.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre consequently calls on all the countries in the world to see the threat posed by ISWAP as a global threat rather than a regional threat because of the support it enjoys from international terrorist networks around the world.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre also calls of international humanitarian organizations such as the United Nations and its affiliates to rise to this challenge posed by ISWAP in a bid to ensure that the world is a better place and women and children are protected from harm.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre reiterates that the efforts of the Nigerian Authorities must be complemented in a bid to rid ISWAP out of the Lake Chad Basin region in the overall interest of peace. 

“ We consequently believe that the urgency of now requires that all the necessary support the world can avail Nigeria should be given in the quest to defeat terrorism in Nigeria, as well as the Lake Chad Basin region. The world must indeed act fast.”
By Dansu Peter

Following series of heightened attacks by the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin, the Save Humanity Advocacy Centre (SHAC) has called for the intervention of the international community.

With the Nigerian military effectively chasing out Boko Haram leftovers, the sect switched focus to the Lake Chad region , wrecking havoc on helpless women and children.

Remnants of Boko Haram elements dislodged from the north-east region had converged  around the area forming an alliance with displaced terrorists from Syria, Iran and Mali.

The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has condemned in strong terms the activities of these radical Islamic fighters whose only nemesis appear  to be the Nigerian Government and her  military.

SHAC Executive Director, Grace Akatu made this known at a world press conference on Sunday in Abuja.

To avoid further horror, however, the SHAC has appealed to countries around the world to join forces with the Nigerian authorities  in combating the menace of ISWAP.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre, a civil society organization, devoted to the entrenchment of sustainable peace and development in Nigeria is alarmed with the nefarious activities of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin,” the statement began.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre has reviewed the operations of the Nigerian authorities in the fight against terrorism and wishes to commend the Nigerian government for the commitment in the fight against terrorism.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre appreciates the way and manner the Nigerian authorities have tackled the Insurgency in North East Nigeria in the past four years. This was evident in the reclaiming of local government areas in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe States that were once under the control of Boko Haram terrorist.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre is however alarmed with the activities of the Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) around the Lake Chad Basin region and the consequent risk this has posed to harmless women and children.

“ The activities of ISWAP around the Lake Chad Basin region is a source of concern given the way and manner it has continued to maim, harass and kill innocent people that consist mainly of women and children.

“ The activities of ISWAP has constituted an enormous threat to the economies of countries around the Lake Chad basin such Cameroon, Niger, and Chad, hence the need for urgent intervention in a bid to address the menace that activities of ISWAP have posed in the Lake Chad Basin region.

“ The Nigerian Authorities cannot address the ISWAP challenge alone; it consequently behoves on all well-meaning countries to join forces with Nigeria in confronting this terrorist organization.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre consequently calls on all the countries in the world to see the threat posed by ISWAP as a global threat rather than a regional threat because of the support it enjoys from international terrorist networks around the world.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre also calls of international humanitarian organizations such as the United Nations and its affiliates to rise to this challenge posed by ISWAP in a bid to ensure that the world is a better place and women and children are protected from harm.

“ The Save Humanity Advocacy Centre reiterates that the efforts of the Nigerian Authorities must be complemented in a bid to rid ISWAP out of the Lake Chad Basin region in the overall interest of peace. 

“ We consequently believe that the urgency of now requires that all the necessary support the world can avail Nigeria should be given in the quest to defeat terrorism in Nigeria, as well as the Lake Chad Basin region. The world must indeed act fast.”

OBJ, GEJ as villains of Nigeria’s democracy

OBJ, GEJ as villains of Nigeria’s democracy

 By Anthony Kolawole

Nigeria recently celebrated 20 years of uninterrupted democracy. As usual, it was a time for sober reflections on the journey that started in 1999. Even as we celebrated, we forgot that there were events that led to what we are now celebrating. Some individuals made sacrifices, and some also paid the supreme price with their lives.

One of such individuals is the late M.K.O Abiola on whose mandate some persons rose to limelight in the democratic dispensation in Nigeria. But guess what? They would never admit this fact because they see themselves as gods who must be worshiped at all times, not minding that the bulk of the challenges we encountered in the past twenty years were caused by the ignorable role they played and have continued to play in the democratic governance in Nigeria.

I stand to be corrected. Olusegun Obasanjo remains one of Nigeria’ undoing since the advent of democracy in Nigeria. He has constituted the bulk of the anomalies that Nigeria witnessed since we began the journey in 1999. From the fact that he wanted a third term in office after eight years in power to bequeath to the country an arrangement he knew would do the country no progress.

One thing suffices. Olusegun Obasanjo still hasn’t gotten over the fact he is no longer president and courtesy demands that he conducts himself in public with decorum. But his posturing in recent times negates all that is expected of a supposed former president of the federal republic of Nigeria.

Olusegun Obasanjo has not carried on well since he left power. He has attempted to constitute himself as the messiah Nigeria needs. All others after him are deficient according to his standards as Olusegun Obasanjo, the almighty messiah.

This brings me to the recent utterances by Olusegun Obasanjo on the democratic experience in Nigeria. He has done what the rational mind would term unbecoming of a former president. He has constituted himself as the villain of democracy in Nigeria. In truth, the annals of Nigeria’s democratic history would have it that Olusegun Obasanjo is indeed a villain of Nigeria’s democracy.

As a flashback, when he failed to get his infamous third term bid, he vowed to ensure that Nigeria experiences no meaningful leadership. With great regards to late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Olusegun Obasanjo knew quite well that Nigeria was at some point going to be faced with a crisis of immeasurable proportion. And he had his way with the unfortunate death of Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. That period saw the emergence of a Goodluck Jonathan whose tenure as president of Nigeria was nothing to write home about.

The irony of it all of that Goodluck Jonathan, who by all indications was not prepared for governance saw himself as president, and as they say, the rest is history. The same Goodluck Jonathan that superintended over a corrupt and indolent administration has joined forces with his benefactor to constitute a wheel in the of progress in Nigeria.

The eight years of Olusegun Obasanjo and the five years of Goodluck Jonathan were some of the darkest ages in the history of Nigeria. Under Obasanjo, political killings were rife; corruption reigned supreme and political persecution was the order of the day. Under his protégée, Goodluck Jonathan, good governance eluded us. It was a rudderless journey Nigerian embarked on in five years. But today, these two individuals are busy making irresponsible statements on the state of affairs in Nigeria. Utterances that are devoid of logical reasoning and a well thought out process.

In the case of Olusegun Obasanjo, I am most disappointed. For the eight years he held sway as president, he refused to acknowledge the fact that the death of his kinsman M.K.O Abiola indeed paved the way for him to emerge as president. He also refused to give credit to the sacrifices of M.K.O Abiola in the journey to democracy in Nigeria. The rational mind would have thought that he would have acknowledged M.K.O Abiola. But he didn’t. Goodluck Jonathan, in his wisdom, toed the line of his benefactor and was also consumed by his misdemeanour.

Nigerians must realize that these two individuals must never be taken seriously in Nigeria. They have carried on like drowning individuals forgetting the fact that their administrations indeed set Nigeria back donkey years. And to think that they have the moral right to make uncomplimentary remarks in recent times is most despicable and a shame indeed.

For Olusegun Obasanjo, it has been a way of life right from the Shehu Shagari era. Wanting to dominate public discourse by peddling negative narratives and inciting the public against the administration of Muhammadu Buhari. But this time around, he has been demystified, and Nigerians know better.

The recent actions by the administration of Muhammadu Buhari towards setting Nigeria of the path of progress are what they cannot come to terms with. And in the attempt to stay relevant in the scheme of affairs in the country, they have taken to irrational behaviours.

But the good news is that Nigerians have realized that the intentions of these individuals are not in the national interest but selfish interest borne out of an insatiable desire to see that Nigeria does not experience sustainable growth and development. I won’t mince words. These individuals are rejected souls that are not rational in their thinking and their actions and inactions.

It is therefore my considered opinion that Nigerians should continue to disregard the duo and concentrate on the journey ahead of us. Nigeria is bigger than individuals, and that is sacrosanct. I could go on nonstop because I am happy with the giant strides of Muhammadu Buhari since he assumed leadership of this country. The 15 years of Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan cannot be equated with the four years of Muhammadu Buhari.

Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan do not have the moral right to stand up to be counted as one of those that stood in the interest of Nigeria when it mattered. They are villains of Nigeria’s democracy, and so shall it remain. They can cry wolf where none exists. They can write open letters. They can make inciting and delirious statements about the state of affairs in Nigeria. But for all we care is that Nigeria is on the path of greatness. The indices are there for all to peruse. Nigerians are wiser. And Nigerians know better than what Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan want the world to believe. A word is enough for the wise and the discerning.

Kolawole PhD a University teacher wrote from Keffi.
 By Anthony Kolawole

Nigeria recently celebrated 20 years of uninterrupted democracy. As usual, it was a time for sober reflections on the journey that started in 1999. Even as we celebrated, we forgot that there were events that led to what we are now celebrating. Some individuals made sacrifices, and some also paid the supreme price with their lives.

One of such individuals is the late M.K.O Abiola on whose mandate some persons rose to limelight in the democratic dispensation in Nigeria. But guess what? They would never admit this fact because they see themselves as gods who must be worshiped at all times, not minding that the bulk of the challenges we encountered in the past twenty years were caused by the ignorable role they played and have continued to play in the democratic governance in Nigeria.

I stand to be corrected. Olusegun Obasanjo remains one of Nigeria’ undoing since the advent of democracy in Nigeria. He has constituted the bulk of the anomalies that Nigeria witnessed since we began the journey in 1999. From the fact that he wanted a third term in office after eight years in power to bequeath to the country an arrangement he knew would do the country no progress.

One thing suffices. Olusegun Obasanjo still hasn’t gotten over the fact he is no longer president and courtesy demands that he conducts himself in public with decorum. But his posturing in recent times negates all that is expected of a supposed former president of the federal republic of Nigeria.

Olusegun Obasanjo has not carried on well since he left power. He has attempted to constitute himself as the messiah Nigeria needs. All others after him are deficient according to his standards as Olusegun Obasanjo, the almighty messiah.

This brings me to the recent utterances by Olusegun Obasanjo on the democratic experience in Nigeria. He has done what the rational mind would term unbecoming of a former president. He has constituted himself as the villain of democracy in Nigeria. In truth, the annals of Nigeria’s democratic history would have it that Olusegun Obasanjo is indeed a villain of Nigeria’s democracy.

As a flashback, when he failed to get his infamous third term bid, he vowed to ensure that Nigeria experiences no meaningful leadership. With great regards to late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua, Olusegun Obasanjo knew quite well that Nigeria was at some point going to be faced with a crisis of immeasurable proportion. And he had his way with the unfortunate death of Umaru Musa Yar’Adua. That period saw the emergence of a Goodluck Jonathan whose tenure as president of Nigeria was nothing to write home about.

The irony of it all of that Goodluck Jonathan, who by all indications was not prepared for governance saw himself as president, and as they say, the rest is history. The same Goodluck Jonathan that superintended over a corrupt and indolent administration has joined forces with his benefactor to constitute a wheel in the of progress in Nigeria.

The eight years of Olusegun Obasanjo and the five years of Goodluck Jonathan were some of the darkest ages in the history of Nigeria. Under Obasanjo, political killings were rife; corruption reigned supreme and political persecution was the order of the day. Under his protégée, Goodluck Jonathan, good governance eluded us. It was a rudderless journey Nigerian embarked on in five years. But today, these two individuals are busy making irresponsible statements on the state of affairs in Nigeria. Utterances that are devoid of logical reasoning and a well thought out process.

In the case of Olusegun Obasanjo, I am most disappointed. For the eight years he held sway as president, he refused to acknowledge the fact that the death of his kinsman M.K.O Abiola indeed paved the way for him to emerge as president. He also refused to give credit to the sacrifices of M.K.O Abiola in the journey to democracy in Nigeria. The rational mind would have thought that he would have acknowledged M.K.O Abiola. But he didn’t. Goodluck Jonathan, in his wisdom, toed the line of his benefactor and was also consumed by his misdemeanour.

Nigerians must realize that these two individuals must never be taken seriously in Nigeria. They have carried on like drowning individuals forgetting the fact that their administrations indeed set Nigeria back donkey years. And to think that they have the moral right to make uncomplimentary remarks in recent times is most despicable and a shame indeed.

For Olusegun Obasanjo, it has been a way of life right from the Shehu Shagari era. Wanting to dominate public discourse by peddling negative narratives and inciting the public against the administration of Muhammadu Buhari. But this time around, he has been demystified, and Nigerians know better.

The recent actions by the administration of Muhammadu Buhari towards setting Nigeria of the path of progress are what they cannot come to terms with. And in the attempt to stay relevant in the scheme of affairs in the country, they have taken to irrational behaviours.

But the good news is that Nigerians have realized that the intentions of these individuals are not in the national interest but selfish interest borne out of an insatiable desire to see that Nigeria does not experience sustainable growth and development. I won’t mince words. These individuals are rejected souls that are not rational in their thinking and their actions and inactions.

It is therefore my considered opinion that Nigerians should continue to disregard the duo and concentrate on the journey ahead of us. Nigeria is bigger than individuals, and that is sacrosanct. I could go on nonstop because I am happy with the giant strides of Muhammadu Buhari since he assumed leadership of this country. The 15 years of Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan cannot be equated with the four years of Muhammadu Buhari.

Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan do not have the moral right to stand up to be counted as one of those that stood in the interest of Nigeria when it mattered. They are villains of Nigeria’s democracy, and so shall it remain. They can cry wolf where none exists. They can write open letters. They can make inciting and delirious statements about the state of affairs in Nigeria. But for all we care is that Nigeria is on the path of greatness. The indices are there for all to peruse. Nigerians are wiser. And Nigerians know better than what Olusegun Obasanjo and Goodluck Jonathan want the world to believe. A word is enough for the wise and the discerning.

Kolawole PhD a University teacher wrote from Keffi.

Rivers CSOs write Chief of Army Staff, hail conduct of Army personnel throughout 2019 polls

Rivers CSOs write Chief of Army Staff, hail conduct of Army personnel throughout 2019 polls

By Dansu Peter

The 2019 general elections may be a forgotten issue but the Nigerian Army’s translucent apolitical and uncompromising role is still fresh in the hearts of many.

The country's gallant troops stood to defend its democracy and integrity by successfully thwarting malicious intent of the opposition to rig and rain terror on innocent electorates, especially in the oil-rich South-South region.

The Coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) domiciled in Rivers State is the latest to shower encomiums on the military under the leadership of Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai.

In a letter addressed to the Army Chief, the Rivers CSOs reckoned that with their intervention, there was a near-zero electoral violence and killings during and after the last exercise.

According to the group, the singular initiative of establishing Army’s Situation Room averted the impending massacre.

Signed by Convener, Comrade Tamuno George, the CSOs were even more impressed by the Army's resoluteness in the face of pressure and conspiracy by Governor Nyesom Wike.

“ These CSOs are particularly bolstered into this open appreciation of your leadership of the Army because the 2019 general elections were scary for us and other electorates in Rivers state, Niger Delta region and the entire country. We least expected that Nigeria would come out of it unhurt as it is today,” the letter read in part. 

“ Sir, and for the first time, we saw and utilized the Army’s Situation Room under your leadership, which monitored and promptly responded to insecurity alarms from Nigerians in all parts of the country.

“ This singular initiative saved Nigerians from the planned electoral violence and killings. It averted the plots of electoral heist by demonic forces in Nigeria in 2019. We saw top military officers, especially in Rivers state, who stoutly resisted the numerous temptations of financial inducements by the incumbent Government of Rivers State to compromise the ballots. 

“ We applaud the good conduct of the Nigerian troops particularly in Rivers State, where a vicious Gov. Nyesom Ezenwa Wike who was so desperate for reelection by hook or crook, blackmailed, intimidated and undermined the Army with his executive might.

“ It has not escaped our memory that Gov. Wike attempted to tarnish the good image and reputation of the Nigerian Army under your leadership by severally approaching the General Officer Commanding (GOC), 6 Division, Nigerian Army, Maj. Gen. Jamil Sarham and other officers to compromise the electoral process. When the attempts failed, Gov. Wike went to bizarre extents in blackmailing the institution of the Nigerian Army.

“ We dare say, without the intervention of soldiers, Gov. Wike would have murdered a sizeable population of the people of Rivers state like he did in 2015 for the sake of political power.

“ But Gen. Sarham resisted his devilish overtures and he is greatly appreciated for his steadfastness to save lives and protect Nigeria’s democracy in Rivers state. Again, the Army under your command actually saved democracy in Nigeria and our experience in Rivers state amply attest to it.

“ And Sir, when we heard of the James Moore group, the  "UK Matters Most", protests in London  to  #10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace and delivered a letter to Queen Elizabeth II as well as the Westminster Parliament, compelling these  top government officials to kick-start action on Gov. Wike’s alleged $1 million bribe to the High Commissioner and consulate officials in the  British High Commission in Abuja, it was clear to us, Gov. Wike’s failure to monetarily influence the Army or compromise them compelled him to shift his devilry to foreign officials.

“ We learnt Gov. Wike’s alleged $1 million bribe to British High Commissioner and Consulate officials in Abuja was meant to have the British election observers cook an incriminating report, which will implicate and question the partiality of the Nigerian Army, especially, the innocent Gen. Sarham and his officers in Rivers state.

“ But God intervened by exposing the innocence of the Nigerian Army under your command by leaking the secret deals designed against your troops in Rivers state. The “UK Matters Most,” group’s protest in far away London explained it all. “
By Dansu Peter

The 2019 general elections may be a forgotten issue but the Nigerian Army’s translucent apolitical and uncompromising role is still fresh in the hearts of many.

The country's gallant troops stood to defend its democracy and integrity by successfully thwarting malicious intent of the opposition to rig and rain terror on innocent electorates, especially in the oil-rich South-South region.

The Coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) domiciled in Rivers State is the latest to shower encomiums on the military under the leadership of Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Tukur Yusufu Buratai.

In a letter addressed to the Army Chief, the Rivers CSOs reckoned that with their intervention, there was a near-zero electoral violence and killings during and after the last exercise.

According to the group, the singular initiative of establishing Army’s Situation Room averted the impending massacre.

Signed by Convener, Comrade Tamuno George, the CSOs were even more impressed by the Army's resoluteness in the face of pressure and conspiracy by Governor Nyesom Wike.

“ These CSOs are particularly bolstered into this open appreciation of your leadership of the Army because the 2019 general elections were scary for us and other electorates in Rivers state, Niger Delta region and the entire country. We least expected that Nigeria would come out of it unhurt as it is today,” the letter read in part. 

“ Sir, and for the first time, we saw and utilized the Army’s Situation Room under your leadership, which monitored and promptly responded to insecurity alarms from Nigerians in all parts of the country.

“ This singular initiative saved Nigerians from the planned electoral violence and killings. It averted the plots of electoral heist by demonic forces in Nigeria in 2019. We saw top military officers, especially in Rivers state, who stoutly resisted the numerous temptations of financial inducements by the incumbent Government of Rivers State to compromise the ballots. 

“ We applaud the good conduct of the Nigerian troops particularly in Rivers State, where a vicious Gov. Nyesom Ezenwa Wike who was so desperate for reelection by hook or crook, blackmailed, intimidated and undermined the Army with his executive might.

“ It has not escaped our memory that Gov. Wike attempted to tarnish the good image and reputation of the Nigerian Army under your leadership by severally approaching the General Officer Commanding (GOC), 6 Division, Nigerian Army, Maj. Gen. Jamil Sarham and other officers to compromise the electoral process. When the attempts failed, Gov. Wike went to bizarre extents in blackmailing the institution of the Nigerian Army.

“ We dare say, without the intervention of soldiers, Gov. Wike would have murdered a sizeable population of the people of Rivers state like he did in 2015 for the sake of political power.

“ But Gen. Sarham resisted his devilish overtures and he is greatly appreciated for his steadfastness to save lives and protect Nigeria’s democracy in Rivers state. Again, the Army under your command actually saved democracy in Nigeria and our experience in Rivers state amply attest to it.

“ And Sir, when we heard of the James Moore group, the  "UK Matters Most", protests in London  to  #10 Downing Street, Buckingham Palace and delivered a letter to Queen Elizabeth II as well as the Westminster Parliament, compelling these  top government officials to kick-start action on Gov. Wike’s alleged $1 million bribe to the High Commissioner and consulate officials in the  British High Commission in Abuja, it was clear to us, Gov. Wike’s failure to monetarily influence the Army or compromise them compelled him to shift his devilry to foreign officials.

“ We learnt Gov. Wike’s alleged $1 million bribe to British High Commissioner and Consulate officials in Abuja was meant to have the British election observers cook an incriminating report, which will implicate and question the partiality of the Nigerian Army, especially, the innocent Gen. Sarham and his officers in Rivers state.

“ But God intervened by exposing the innocence of the Nigerian Army under your command by leaking the secret deals designed against your troops in Rivers state. The “UK Matters Most,” group’s protest in far away London explained it all. “

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