Fayose and God's response

FayoseFayose and God's response 

By Okey Ndibe 



Embattled Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti presumes to know something the rest of us don't. Faced with a notice of impeachment signed by twenty-four members of his state's legislature, the governor affects an unflappable disposition. Addressing a small crowd a few days ago, Fayose waxed with combative words. Though charged with bilking his state of billions of naira, the governor came across as unperturbed. His utterances were far from contrite.  

If the man is at imminent risk of toppling from grace to the murk, indeed of receiving the Alamesiegha treatment, he is not letting on. Instead, he is wroth. He openly disdains the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and its "mountain" of evidence against him. And he makes no secret of loathing the legislators determined to dislodge him from his gubernatorial perch with immediate effect. He is huffing mad, his manner is gruff, curmudgeonly. Why, you may be wondering, is this seemingly outmatched man pouting at his formidable foes, beating his chest as if he were invincible? 

Well, to have him tell the story, he is exactly that: invincible. Fayose claims, in effect, to know God on a first name basis. He has served notice to his traducers that he has a direct line to God, a lien on the battalion of angels. He insists that he has God on contract to fight for him, to mix it up with his antagonists if it ever comes to a brawl. Invoking his divine connectedness, he has spoken as if intrepid. He has not abandoned his accustomed swagger. Who would begrudge the man his air of confidence? If God be for us, who born the monkey that would be against us?  

Fayose's fighting stance was captured in the October 2, 2006 edition of The Guardian. The governor, according to the paper, "boasted that no power could remove him from office as he has the mandate of God…" No, this was not a case of misrepresentation by the newspaper. The report continued: "Quoting from the Bible, Fayose who claimed that he had never lost any battle, said the Assembly members would fail because they were not fighting him but God." Then the paper offered us the governor in his own vintage words: "I want [those plotting to remove me] to know that the God I serve would definitely put them to shame because their gathering is not of God and it would be scattered."  

It is a familiar refrain, this invocation of divine accreditation by men accused of behaving badly. It was Alamesiegha's mantra when he was caught in London with an obscene cache of cash. And when he wangled an escape back to his Bayelsa base, why, he told his perplexed audiences that he hadn't the foggiest idea how he sprung free from British law. "I assure you that it was God," intoned the fugitive, touting that well-worn line. The implication was that God approved everything Alams did, including deploying millions of public funds to private use.   

Word reaching me lately is that God is no longer willing to remain mute in the face of these heretical concoctions. I can report authoritatively that, upon hearing Fayose's recent claim, God immediately instructed His press office to fax a disavowal to the Nigerian and international press. The opening words of the divine statement went like this: "God wishes Nigerians and the world to know that anybody fighting Fayose is fighting Fayose and not God. As a matter of fact, anybody fighting the governor is fighting him and the Devil. Fayose recently told an audience that the god he serves would certainly put his enemies to shame. Let it be clear that the governor doesn't serve me. If anything, he has been behaving as if he were some kind of god. But no matter." To disabuse the minds of those who believe that anybody who quotes from the Bible is of God, the press release reminded people that Lucifer himself was adept at regurgitating biblical passages by rote.  

It was not all. The divine press release warned that God was close to losing all patience with Nigerian public officials who drag His revered name into their iniquitous deeds. It warned them to desist from the scandal of ascribing their toxic behavior to divine inspiration or approbation. "Politicians who act evilly only worsen their certain damnation when they allege that their impunity has God's imprimatur." The press release then offered a litany of examples where Nigerian public officials, having conducted themselves in ungodly ways, turned around to besmirch God's name.  

"When Nigerian politicians rig elections," the statement bemoaned, "they fearlessly proclaim it God's doing. Let it be clear that there is no condition whatsoever under which God welcomes or condones rigging or hanky panky of any kind. Many Nigerian public officials pilfer public funds, but then claim that God has blessed them. Let it be clear that all stealers and embezzlers are cursed. They maim and kill their opponents in a mindless bid for power, only to profess that only God gives power. For the avoidance of doubt, God refrains from meddling in elections, leaving it the business of registered voters. That's why many atheists have won, and most likely will continue to win, elections. Any man who ascribes his electoral victory to God invites close investigation. Often such meretricious sentiments are an indirect confession to stealing an election. Day and night, Nigerian politicians work perversely hard at destroying their nation. Then they tell their pauperized citizens that only God can solve their problems. This is a blatant lie. The task of addressing a nation's maladies lies in the hands of its citizens. For proof, just take a look at China. It is officially a godless nation, yet its citizens and leaders are sweating to transform it into one of the strongest economies in the world. Examine the nations that now boast buoyant economies - Japan, Singapore, South Korea, even the nations of old Europe. Are they by any stretch the most devout nations? Far from it! 

"God wants it underlined that at no time did He direct Nigerian leaders to siphon their nation's oil wealth to private bank accounts. The habit of stealing, God wants to assure you, is encouraged only by the guy who runs the show at the infernal address. I'm talking of the Devil himself. Look at Nigeria's tattered state. Its leaders (by the way, they prefer being called rulers) steal unconscionably. Their greed leaves little for health care, road construction, a sound educational system, and clean streets. Please stop fasting and praying and start holding your leaders accountable. God is not in the business of building hospitals or roads, equipping libraries and laboratories, and taking trash off streets." 

There was a lot more in God's press release. "Nigerian leaders fly abroad for routine medical check-ups," it said, "but they prod the suffering masses to take their ailments to "miracle" crusades at the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. If these leaders believe that pastors ought to replace medical doctors, how come they themselves don't submit to the ministrations of ‘powerful pastors?'" It continued: "Your leaders ask you to fast and pray even when you are famished, your stomachs empty. Yet, they themselves never practice what they preach. God sees through their turpitude. When they withdraw to their splurgy redoubts, they neither pray nor fast. Instead, they immerse themselves in unbridled hedonism. They quaff expensive liquor and choice wine until they take a leave of their senses. They cavort with lithesome belles young enough to be their granddaughters. They flaunt paunches and swollen necks that betray their gourmandizing excesses. 

"Nigerian prisons teem with impoverished citizens incarcerated for small crimes. Thousands are languishing in jail for picking pockets in order to put food in their hollow bellies. Yet, when public officials contribute massively to their nation's economic backwardness by stealing billions, they are garlanded. Universities compete to confer honorary degrees on the knaves. Traditional farters (yes, some of them fart a lot!) rush to bestow titles on them. Even some church leaders crown them "elders" or make them knights! Their names make the list of candidates for the highest national honors. The press seeks them out for quotes on national issues, flattering them with the name of "stake holders." They are baptized as political "godfathers" instead of the more fitting satanic fathers. Oil blocks are allocated to them, and they bask in opulence. 

"In the rare event that they are charged with any crimes, their fellow collaborators-in looting gather in nocturnal congresses with the single aim of saving them from the sanctions of the law. Self-styled "statesmen" begin to lobby on behalf of the indicted miscreant. They coat his crimes with sugary lies, calling them the machinations of political enemies or the fabrications of ‘disgruntled elements.' They insist that the privileged criminal deserves not the harsh retribution of the law but some species of ‘soft landing.' This ritual of evasion, equivocation and mendacity is playing itself out in the Fayose case. It is entirely up to you Nigerians what you decide to do with the man. But let it be known that anybody who fights Fayose fights Fayose. God is not sending any troops to fight for the beleaguered governor. He may have enough money to buy the services of a few "pastors," but that, God wants it known, is as far as his lucre will carry him."



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Re: .Thanks AfroCynic
AFUAA posted on 10-04-2006, 08:41:42 AM
Afrocynic
Do you realise your statement on this site could actually help in further revealing the true nature and character of this Vermin called Fayose or is it Oluwayose or b*stardyose as he has even fallen out with his father.

In the early Days when Fayose was selected by the PDP as the governor of Ekiti, he claimed he had never been out of the country and has only recently obtained a passport in 2001, so who used to come to your house to get drunk and tell lies.

People who know Fayose claimed he died in London and his next of kin benefited from the life insurance policy which he took out then perhaps his insurance company might like to have Ribadu's number.
I want to believe that the Fayose who died in London is the same one that used to down a bottle of Hennessey (ororo) at your family residence in London and not the Governor of Ekiti state who prior to being selected had never been out of Nigeria.

I am not ruling out the possibility that Late Peter Oluwayose has resurrected in Nigeria to as Fayose abi na case of Abiku or Ogbanje? villagers please help before I die of confusion. Maybe that na why the spirit dey demand strong human sacrifice as I am positive this Vermin is not human.

Our problems will be over when we realise we are not dealing with humans but ghouls in our political establishments, has any one heard these corrupt politicians quote the Bible? Really their dexterity with bible verses should not amaze any of us since the devil was a witness to everything that happened in the Holy book from Genesis to Revelation and as such his disciples should also have a good grasp of the events in which they played very active parts.

Fayose is a gangster and he has already started mobilising people to start burning houses and unleash mayhem on the indigenes of Ekiti, but the Ori of the Ekitis will for ever stand up to JA (fight) for them.

Lastly to the warring parties on NVS Docky and Auspy abeg make you sheath your swords or better still freeze your keyboards because the kin Epe (curses) wey one of una throway on top this site fit cause the site to explode.
And a stern warning to both of you, make una no rack reach this side o as this page still clean well well.
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Abraxas posted on 10-04-2006, 08:53:06 AM
Hi, folks!>>
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Let me, just for the heck of it, now proceed to violently perturb the serenity of the Nigerian Village Square by deliberately concocting an ethno-religious brouhaha. Here goes:>>
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It has just come to my notice that, to date, ALL of the victims of General Okikiolakan Aremu Mathew Olusegun OBASANJO's anti-corruption crusade have, more or less, exclusively been from the South, and are mostly Christians. If OBJ was not AFRAID of Northern Moslems, why has he not dealt with ATK and DARIYE yet, even if for a start? He is afraid of them. Period!>>
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I hereby cordially invite all our erudite, and distinguished ethnic and/or religious warlords in the Square to please proceed with maximum zeal, and overheat cyberspace accordingly with their respective vitriolic verbiage and venomous thoughts on the above assertion. Cheers!>>
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Man no fit tall pass the cap wey 'im dey wear.>>
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A goat that walks with dogs will surely eat shyt.>>
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Dog say the reason why he dey follow man wey get big belly be say, the big-belly man go either shiiit or vomit>>
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Tales of hunting expeditions would always glorify the hunter unless the animals produce their own historian.>>
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Weda wota pass garri, or na garri pass wota, na di same t'in ni-o-o-o-O!>>
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Since, fly been done dey chop sore, and nobody talk, or make noise about am. The time wey the person wey get the sore go want kill the fly, make people no start to dey cry. >>
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Because say you cut your head com'o't no mean say you don cure the headache.>>
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The breeze shall blow and the fowl's nyash shall be fully exposed to the whole world.>>
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Anyway, sha, please do not remember to forget that we have precisely 7 months, 24 days, 21 hours, 17 minutes, and 16 seconds more to go, before our Messiah, who art in Aso Rock Villa, Asokoro District, Abuja, Nigeria, makes his FINAL exit at 12:00 noon sharp, on Tuesday, 29 May 2007!>>
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Hip! Hip!! Hip!!! Hurray!!!!>>
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Glory be to GOD Almighty Most High! God no dey sleep, at all-at all, rara!

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Muchas gracias. >>
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Don Juan Carlos ABRAXAS (III)>>
(Director of Operations, Logistics, Tactics & Strategy, Special Task Force on the Effective Evacuation of OBJ from Aso Rock Villa to Owu)>>
(Director of Propaganda & Enlightenment, Global Coalition for the Impeachment of OBJ & ATK, and the Total De-Militarization of Nigerian Politics, post-OBJ)>>
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Re: .Fayose and God's response
Cdimkpa posted on 10-04-2006, 09:22:05 AM
Word reaching me lately is that God is no longer willing to remain mute in the face of these heretical concoctions. I can report authoritatively that, upon hearing Fayose's recent claim, God immediately instructed His press office to fax a disavowal to the Nigerian and international press. The opening words of the divine statement went like this: "God wishes Nigerians and the world to know that anybody fighting Fayose is fighting Fayose and not God. As a matter of fact, anybody fighting the governor is fighting him and the Devil. Fayose recently told an audience that the god he serves would certainly put his enemies to shame. Let it be clear that the governor doesn't serve me. If anything, he has been behaving as if he were some kind of god. But no matter." To disabuse the minds of those who believe that anybody who quotes from the Bible is of God, the press release reminded people that Lucifer himself was adept at regurgitating biblical passages by rote.
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This is a very laughable claim by our own now tottering Fayose. It is the god of rituals (as I read from a different thread a while ago) that he serves, not the living God. Fayose, please keep GOD out of your troubles and face it like a man. Afterall, you saw it coming when you opted to steal instead of to serve. I hope all other leaders like Fayose get this Fayose treatment.

Obasanjo, I planned to call you on phone, but I can already ask you here and now if it is true that you have a problem ''probing'' northern governors. I ask this question following Abraxas' observation to that effect.
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Gwobezentashi posted on 10-04-2006, 09:36:53 AM
@ Don Carlos Abraxas Sadeeq dey Fcuk
Point of correction! Joshua Dariye is not only a christian, he is apparently born again though not averse to major quaffing, bail jumping and congo shining of the indiscriminate type. We hear for Radio Roforofo say him big big sin na be say, he tamper with Baba's ever dearest Lamide 607. Now that is a cardinal sin with any garrison congo shiner.

As for other Northern transgressors, we have Boni "forever loyal" Haruna(christian), Jolly "young is best" Nyame(christian reverend), Sani "sai Allah" Yerima(muslim), Adamu "annointed but calender problem" Muazu(muslim), Ahmed "me too annointed but..." Makarfi(muslim), George "how much?" Akume(chriatian), Gov. Dr Prof Alh Rev Chief Eze Abdullahi "was annointed, any more titles?" Adamu JP MD DS PSC DSC LOL(christian), Abdulkadir "maradona lapdog" Kure(muslim), Attahiru "sleek" Bafarawa(muslim), Bukola "SGBN" Saraki(muslim). All except the last were named by Nuhu but that is probably because he is already where they want him. In the Society Generale Bank arm lock.

So your theory or attempt at ethnic volcanic eruption no get breeze for there. At least this is one wey get true federal character. Indictment! One big barawo is missing from Nuhu's list though. Wonder who.... and it's not the worlds biggest looter but close.
Re: .Fayose and God's response
DaBishop posted on 10-04-2006, 10:14:17 AM
Is the one who refers to himself as the 'evil genuis' also among the prophets? Or is it a case of media re-invention.
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Daily Sun
IBB speaks on NAF plane crash
Wednesday, October 4, 2006


Although he ascribes the tragedy to fate, former military president, General Ibrahim Babangida, has faulted the decision of the Army to allow 10 Generals to fly in one plane.


-Babangida
Photo: Sun News Publishing


The former Head of State was a study in sadness as he appraised last month's Dornier 228 military plane crash at Benue State, and said the decision to put some of the nation's best and brightest in one plane ran counter to the principle of tactical doctrine which is held sacrosanct by the military.

Babangida, who fielded questions from a top team of The Sun editors at his hilltop mansion, in Minna, the Niger State capital, upper Thursday, also spoke for the first time on insinuations that his government might have sabotaged the C130 Hercules plane that perished in the Ejigbo swamps with over 80 young military officers.

Below is the final part of the exclusive interview:

What went through your mind when the airplane that carried the Generals went down?

Exactly 14 years today, on the 26th of September 1992, I found myself in the position that the president found himself on the 18th of September, this year. September 1992 came back to me when I was sitting down there (at the National Cemetery , Abuja) looking at the caskets bearing the Generals. Mine was a crop of bright, young officers. And I did what I never did for a very long time that day. I shed tears. I wept. I never shed tears before then. It's not part of me. I was standing there up till about 2a.m. till everybody paid his/her last respects to the fallen young men.

The first thing that got my attention (at that funeral of the C130 victims) was a young widow holding the hand of her young son. The son was about eight years old. He was in military uniform. My eyes just went straight to the chest of that boy and he had my middle name, Badamasi. He didn't strike me because of the name but here was a young boy whose father was just buried there. And my mind went straight to my own situation, my agonies when I was 14 and they had to bury my own father too.

The following day, I had to ask the Brigade Commander to bring the boy and the mother to my office. He brought them and I found the boy to be a very brilliant boy. I told him that 'yes, you lost your father in the unfortunate accident but that should not be the end of your life.' I told him that when I was about his age, I lost my father, and I wanted him to know he had a life to live. He must go to school. He must study hard to surmount whatever obstacles might come his way. I talked to the mother too and she assured me she was going to give him the best education. So, when this tragedy (the Dornier 228 crash) happened, some of these feelings and emotions kept on coming. I knew these boys very well to such an extent that some of them barely missed coming under my tutelage when I was an instructor at the Nigerian Defence Academy. Then, gradually through work process, I had interacted with some of the boys. Like Bamali, he was my ADC. I got to work with them. Then, suddenly, they were no longer there.

(Adding all these up) I even told the president, 'I know how you feel for you to come back and participate in this. I told him I knew how he felt because I was once in a similar situation. It is a very tragic thing. I was at the National Cemetery then. Here was I again, for the second time, to witness another tragedy of a gargantuan proportion. My prayer is that there would never be a repeat of this tragedy.

What does this tragedy say about the Nigerian Airforce planes?

It confirms the existence of God. Quite frankly, I'm not a fatalist but if you ask me, I will tell you that long before this happened, God knew there were going to be 10, 12, 14 Generals in Nigeria. And God knew who they were. God also knew they would have very good career and that this is how they are going to end up. It's fate. And this gives us the courage to continue to hope.

What was the terrible thing they said during your time when the C130 accident happened?

The terrible thing is that I put a bomb there because I didn't like them. And I knocked the hell out of their lives. That was what they were saying.

The similarity or irony in this case is ...

(Cuts in...) No, I just think people have all sorts of permutations about this. I will tell you a story. I was chatting with the late Ukpabi Asika one day, and he said they have an interesting tradition in Igboland. He said if a man, aged 87, dies and his wife is 82, 83, still, some people would say that his wife is a witch (roaring laughter). So, the average Nigerian would not accept that God did this but somebody did it.

Still talking about public reactions to the crash story, some of the widows said some unprintable things about you going to pray at Bamali's graveside alone...

You know, somehow I didn't believe it (the report) for this simple reason: When the actual burial was to take place, I didn't want to get there (to the graveside). I was very emotional because of what I went through. So, when the ceremony was finished, I just decided to go there (Bamali's graveside). I believe that the prayer one said there was not just for one person. It was for all of them. You have to stand in a place. There is no way you can be with 13 caskets within that short period of time. So, that prayer was for all of them, including those who died and were buried there 14 years.

It was even said openly. We prayed for those who just died and those who died 14 years ago. My prayer was for the repose of the souls of all of them. But somebody said I went to pray for my ADC alone. But I can understand the feelings. I can understand the grief. But my emotion so touched me that I had no option but to pray for every person lying down there, about 200 of them.

When I was in TELL, and I anchored a story on the tragic C130 plane, we spoke to a retired Group Captain who was on the C130 fleet. He said two clear years before the C130 crash, he did a report on the state of the C130 fleet but that somebody somewhere sat on the report. In that report, he said he warned clearly that all the aircraft on that fleet were unserviceable.

Yes, the boy did.

And that if there were going to be any problem on any C130, everything would just go down. Why didn't you act? Or you didn't see the report?

We acted. In fact, he can also tell you that we took some of the C130 to Singapore to do all the necessary checks. What went wrong later is a different thing all together. But as a result of this report, we made concerted efforts to do what we were supposed to do. What I needed to do was for them to convince me. And once I was convinced, I provided the money.

Two questions in one: and still talking about the 2007 presidential race, Professor Jerry Gana is from Niger State. What do you make of his entry? Two, Nigeria has clocked 46 years of flag independence, what do you make of this too?

On you first question, I recall a funny scene: I was with Governor Orji Kalu at the Umuahia Airport and someone asked me: Aren't you tired? Aren't you getting old? You should allow our generation to contest. Fortunately, Orji was with me. I told him: look at Orji and me. We are brothers, he is contesting, I am contesting and I can't stop him. So, you can't stop me from contesting. If you like, you can go and work for Orji because you believe in this generational change thing. Let the people of my age also work for me. The same thing with Jerry Gana. I'm happy he's out.

He is a very bright chap. We went to the same school and I know him very well. So, it's not a matter of why should he. He has what it takes to be the president.

On the other aspect of the question, those of us who could tell what Nigeria was before 1960, and those of us who could tell what Nigeria has been since 1960, can conveniently come to one conclusion, and that is: we haven't done bad. We have really done very well because if you look around Africa, there are a lot of countries that got flag independence in the 1960s with Nigeria, and we have done much better than them. We have no cause to regret. I'm proud of what we have achieved.

Beyond this fatalistic feeling that what would be would be, people have questioned the wisdom behind allowing 10 of our Generals to fly in one airplane. They thought we ought to have learnt our lessons after the C130 tragedy. What's your opinion on this?

Well, it's not the best thing to do but then I can understand, maybe the circumstances. But I think, from our military training, we avoid putting all our eggs in one basket. So, I can only say that we defied one of the principles of tactical doctrine. They shouldn't have been put in one plane, I agree.

So, it was an avoidable mistake?

Yes, but then like I told you, I believe very, very strongly in fate. And I will tell you how it affected me. You remember the plane crash in Equatorial Guinea during President Shagari's regime. It carried some ministers, top military officers and so on. I was to be on the flight but I was changed 48 hours to that flight. And the only reason was that I had to go the United States because I was late on a course and the information didn't come. I was to go on board that plane. But I had to change and somebody had to replace me. Aikhomu was to go on that plane. Something happened in the Navy, they wanted him and he too was replaced. The same thing happened to another man in the Airforce. So, I could have been in that plane. Aikhomu could have been there. Even in this latest tragedy, I was told a man who was supposed to be the secretary was to be on the plane. But at the last minute, they dropped him and somebody was asked to take his place. He wasn't happy, but he was dropped. But this thing happened; now he is thanking his God. So, I have some spiritual feelings about these things.

Lastly, what's your problem with Wole Soyinka's memoirs?

I appreciate it. I really do. He gave me credit.
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My Questions:
1. Who was he praying to?

2. "On the other aspect of the question, those of us who could tell what Nigeria was before 1960, and those of us who could tell what Nigeria has been since 1960, can conveniently come to one conclusion, and that is: we haven't done bad. We have really done very well because if you look around Africa, there are a lot of countries that got flag independence in the 1960s with Nigeria, and we have done much better than them. We have no cause to regret. I'm proud of what we have achieved."

In other words, in the land of the blind, the one eyed man has achieved so much. You see why you need to weep for these mo-rons? You got all the minerals, petroleum, educated human resources, large land mass and much diversity; yet you are listed among the poorest of the world. But the one who must 'rule' over our collective intelligence says 'we have done much better than them' - in what? looting the treasury? and some educated person would follow that?? (head shaking in disbelief...).

3. The issue of generational change is not just about 'age'. It is simply that the former political participants (some of whom had spent 8 years in power like IBB) were a bunch of failures. We need a new direction from fresh hands not tainted with the past lootocracy.

Abegi move jare!
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Abraxas posted on 10-04-2006, 10:18:11 AM
Hi, Alhaji J. GWOBEAENTASHI!

Thanks for the timely correction. In fact I have been so confused of recent, can you believe it, I even thought that Baba Gbenga
(i.e. General Obasanjo, or Baba Iyabo, or Baba Muyiwa, or Oko Stella, or Uncle Shege De La 607, or Balogun Okikiolakan) was a devout Moslem, when I heard that he retreated into his master bedroom for robust post-ramadan congolisation of the lower waist geopolitical erogeneous zone!

Please, correct me if I am wrong, I thought there are specific divine injunctions concerning horizontal expressions of vertical sensual desires during holy months of fasting and prayers.

All this while, I had wrongly assumed that Baba 3rd Term was a devout born again-and-again Christian. It appears I may be wrong. Now, I am not even sure anymore if Baba is ACTUALLY from Owu, or from Bida.


Jah Jehovah
Chineke God, Olodumare, Baba wa ti'nbe l'orun.

I am only curious.

Muchas gacias, mi amigo.

Don Juan Carlos Carlos ABRAXAS (III)

(Director of Operations, Logistics, Tactics & Strategy, Special Task Force on the Effective Evacuation of OBJ from Aso Rock Villa to Owu)>>
(Director of Propaganda & Enlightenment, Global Coalition for the Impeachment of OBJ & ATK, and the Total De-Militarization of Nigerian Politics, post-OBJ)>>
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Gwobezentashi posted on 10-04-2006, 13:06:50 PM
@ Don Carlos Abraxas
QUOTE:
Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen
Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen, Amen

Woh! Ahhhhh Ch! Ahhhh! Ch! Ch!

Through Jesus Christ, our Lord
[CHORUS] AMEN, AMEN, AMEN – [AFTER EACH LINE]
By the Grace of Almighty Lord
Through Jesus Christ, our Lord
By the Grace of Almighty Lord
Inspiritus Christus, Mass Christus, Mass Christus, Mass Christus,
Alla-hu, Waku-baru, Salaam Aleikum, Alla-hu
Through Jesus Christ, our Lord
By the Grace of Almighty Lord

Baba is born again only from waist up. Down below can do as it pleases without offending God, Allah, Chineke, Odumare, Jaja, Jehovah, Buddha or whomever he chooses to worship from one day to the next.

As President of a secular country, he has belatedly decided "against his personal wish and desire" to practise all the available religions to show that he is really the fada of the modern rigging party(sorry, nation). Bida or Owu makes no difference to him, he is still lord of the manor. His rampant and wanton "horizontal expressions of vertical desires" with all qualifying ministers and stray belles are allowed in his religious books given that he is a God himself who makes the law for others to obey. Congolisation at will while fasting, eating (or addressing the nation or any of his countless offsprings) or playing with Sadeeq or being blow glowed by a nymphet cleverly disguised as a shoe shine boy (hidden under the table) while attending to important matters of state such as FEC meetings, PDP NEC meetings, AU meetings, UN meetings is one of the priviledges of being a God and the right to abuse and disabuse at will is another right that no one can take away from him.

So to correct your impression, Baba can fast o, shine am o, sermonize o, chop o, yap o, fart o, pray o, lick am o or be blow glowed o, as he wishes without breaking any injunctions or "sinning" because he is the law and the law is him according to his spirituality and his harpless citizens can complain all they like or go to hell. He is the God that doesn't abandon projects. There you are.

Ahem.... I forgot to say that after retreating into his bedroom for post or pre erm... ehenn, that big snake that keeps appearing everytime just came and dabaru-ed the whole thing. Na so Baba pick race comot for dia. The trouble is try as hard as she could, Hajiya Bakassi could not see this snake that is always disturbing her collection of her democratic dividends. Na so we see am. More grease to the presidential soja abi na roja sef. No be for my mouth na him una go hear say king mess o.
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Pale-Rider posted on 10-04-2006, 16:54:12 PM
Please my people would any one tell me what's taking the Ribadu traffic from reaching Benin City, Edo State? How come he lost sight of the biggest catch? Please my NVS people, those who could should remind the right-honourable Uncle Riba to head for the frontline of endemic depravity wrongly understood in Nigeria as economic and political corruption.
Truly, God nor dey sleep!
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Profegee posted on 10-05-2006, 03:49:39 AM
Thank God for a time like this. You'll ask why? But for OBJ cum EFCC and Administrative panel that launched attack at Atiku's attrocity, it would have been very convenient for OBJ & co to sweep Fayose's scandal under the carpet of history.

Why is Bode George of this great interest in covering up for Fayose (Ifa would not do this for him), I am afraid apart from NPA's scandal that would naturally uncover itself, virtually all the South West Governors oil the palm of Bode George.
This explains to all politicians that no condition is permanent and that whatever has a beginning must surely have an end. This present era in Nigeria's political history could be called "THE RICH ALSO CRY"

Certainly, God loves Nigeria. As God did toppled the government of Abacha without our general effort, God is at work with OBJ and his ex- and present partners in crime to do the same in a more wonderful way. While death really covered up for Abacha, these present categories would be a subject of public shame and ignominy. In sha Allah! By the grace of God.

Stay tuned as events unfold itself.

Profegee
Re: .Fayose and God's response
Akuluouno posted on 10-05-2006, 06:27:42 AM
As fundmentalist/fanatical christian, and we are not many because our friends in the other side have outshone us with their 9/11 kamikaze and suicide bombing dispalys, I take serious exceptions to Mr Okey Ndibe quoting that the Almighty Yahweh condescended to reply to invocations by a fellow like Ayo Oyenusi Anini Fayose. Well, God may have in his infinite mercies decided to vouchsafe the man given that he is now in Limbo ie between heaven and hell and is gradually moving to the earthly version of the latter.
Having said that I wish to state that the comment from Abraxas that this anti-corruption is weighted against christian and southern governors is really worrying. Dariye is still on the pending table while the governors mentioned by Ribadu ( you know his name is now used to call a rowdy meeting to order, ie just say that Ribadu is coming and a pin drop silence can be got), are also just put on notice.
We fanatical christians are watching with interest.
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