Video: Buhari, Tinubu and Mahmood: As history beckons

Buhari, Tinubu

AFTER listening to the attached, spur-of-the-moment song, I concluded that Nigeria is already bursting at the seams with revolutionary consciousness. After the daylight robbery of Nigerians by the trio of President Mohammadu Buhari, Sen. Ahmed Bola Tinubu and Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, the reflexes of Nigerians point to the common belief that the slavery of Nigerians by some Nigerians must stop. It is only a deluded person as surely some of them are, would not have noticed that the youth are presently speaking in revolutionary language. They are already transposing revolutionary songs to Nigerian reality.

If not for the calm intervention of Mr. Peter Obi, Nigeria would be burning by now. However, Nigerians are looking fretfully to the judiciary to do the right thing, otherwise, as our people say, “ohu na ngada eke nsi.” The coming flood will sweep away many nonsense happening in this country and quicken the growth of a new nation.

Are you still wondering why Nigeria has not made progress? We have a nation where elders purposefully see the right to be done, but prefer to do the wrong things. Is the last presidential election not enough testimony of the elders’ predilection?

President Buhari is certainly becoming the undisputed worst President Nigeria has had. Here is a man who is supposed to be an elder statesman setting the country on fire and pretends not to be part of the fire..

Dear Buhari, Tinubu and Mahmood, have you studied the history of any country, including ours, how coups (Which no sane person wishes for the country) commence and how they are carried out? Have you observed by what a fatal chain of circumstances the wisest men are driven far the limits of moderations and by what impulses an enraged people is precipitated into excess at the very thought of which they would have shuddered?

As our dear Governor would say, “history beckons”, a time to define if we prefer a nation built on falsehood and injustice or one built on truth and justice.

The other day, my mentor, Prof. Okey Ikechukwu, after analyzing the situation in the country with the afflatus of his fevered eloquence, thanked the youth for remaining calm. He further appealed to them to remain so. However, such appeals, we must concede, and going by the situation of things, have their own expiry day.