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Buhari’s priority is
Genocide-for-oil, not Boko Haram,
or corruption or the fuel and power shortages etc. that he claimed.
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In his Inaugural speech on May 29, 2015, Buhari told the world:
President Buhari’s inaugural speech

http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/05/read-president-buhari-inaugural-speech/

At home we face enormous challenges. Insecurity, pervasive corruption, the hitherto unending and seemingly impossible fuel and power shortages are the immediate concerns. . . . We can fix our problems.

The most immediate is Boko Haram’s insurgency. . . . But we can not claim to have defeated Boko Haram without rescuing the Chibok girls and all other innocent persons held hostage by insurgents. This government will do all it can to rescue them alive. . . .

For now the Armed Forces will be fully charged with prosecuting the fight against Boko haram. . . . We shall improve operational and legal mechanisms so that disciplinary steps are taken against proven human right violations by the Armed Forces.

Boko Haram is not only the security issue bedeviling our country. The spate of kidnappings, armed robberies, herdsmen/farmers clashes, cattle rustlings all help to add to the general air of insecurity in our land.

The amnesty programme in the Niger Delta is due to end in December, but the Government intends to invest heavily in the projects, and programmes currently in place. I call on the leadership and people in these areas to cooperate with the State and Federal Government in the rehabilitation programmes which will be streamlined and made more effective. As ever, I am ready to listen to grievances of my fellow Nigerians. I extend my hand of fellowship to them so that we can bring peace and build prosperity for our people.

Muhammadu Buhari
President Federal Republic of NIGERIA and Commander in-chief-of the Armed forces


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Then (just 3 weeks later, even before announcing his cabinet)
this!!!


War against oil thieves:Buhari Orders Attacks in AkwaIbom Creeks, Kills 350

http://www.elombah.com/index.php/special-reports/33408-buhari-orders-attacks-in-akwa-ibom-creeks-kills-350

hind heli

It has been confirmed that Nigeria Air Force, under the directives of the Buhari-led administration, raided IkotObiokut, a border community in Cross River state for reasons not yet clear to observers.

An anonymous reporter confirmed that raid by Hind helicopter gunships using incendiary bombs massacred over three hundred villagers and about twenty militants!

survivor 

Survivors of the attack

One observer who wish to remain anonymous said: “It seems the present Federal Government is avenging for the killed Boko Haram terrorists.”


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Is this massacre of Niger Deltans what Buhari regards as “[extending] my hand of fellowship to them so that we can bring peace and build prosperity for our people.”

But Why is he doing this? Here’s why:
“What is happening in the Niger Delta is pure criminality of the highest order, arising from total disregard for constituted authority.

In Iraq, thousands of people lost their lives because of an insurrection against the government during the reign of former Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein. We can do away with 20 million militants for the rest 120 million Nigerians to live.” (emphasis added)

–2009 An incitement to genocide by BalaIbnN’Allah of Kebbi State, a Caliphate member of the Nigerian House of Representatives. (The Guardian, Thursday, May 28, 2009).

For a historical backgrounder to all this, go to Caliphate Colonialism-The taproot of the trouble with Nigeria (Shekere)
http://rhythmsofshekere.org/contributors/chinweizu/caliphate-colonialism-the-taproot-of-the-trouble-with-nigeri/
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Buhari’s mantra of “change” turns out to be change from fighting Boko Haram to napalming defenseless villagers in the oil producing Niger Delta. In 2005, Boko Haram was adopted and sponsored by Buhari’s fellow Caliphate politicians as their Jihadist army for reconquering power in Nigeria. Having retaken power with help from Boko Haram, they have swiftly resumed their interrupted project of making war on the people of the Niger Delta whose oil the Caliphate insists does not belong to the people of the Niger Delta but to “the North”—i.e. the people of the Caliphate’s home territory.

Bugaje Says Nigeria’s Crude Oil Belongs To The North
http://www.channelstv.com/2014/03/11/bugaje-says-nigerias-crude-oil-belongs-to-the-north/
Posted by: Channels Television Posted date: March 11, 2014 In: Current, Headlines |

That’s like saying that the oil in Texas belongs to North Dakotans, and not the Texans.

Before Jonathan became president, the Caliphate used the Nigerian armed forces to destroy communities in the Niger Delta, as in the 1999 sacking of Odi by the Caliphate-loyalistObasanjo Government. Under Jonathan, peace returned to the Niger Delta through an Amnesty program. That was unacceptable to the Caliphate, and they used Boko Haram to carry out their threat to make the country ungovernable for Jonathan. With Jonathan finally out and Buhari in, they have swiftly resumed their interrupted project of destroying the people of the Niger Delta. And as BalaN’Allah revealed, their aim is to seize the oilfields by genocide. Kill off 20million of Nigerians in the Niger Delta so that the rest of Nigerians, under Caliphate rule, can enjoy in peace the oil of the exterminated Niger Deltans.

With all his sanctimonious talk of “disciplinary steps [to be] taken against proven human right violations by the Armed Forces.”Buhari should be reminded that napalming alleged thieves violates their human right to a free and fair trial. His war on oil thieves is a human rights violation by the armed forces of which he is the Commander-in-Chief. What disciplinary steps will he take against himself for ordering this human rights violation, this war crime, this crime against humanity? But more to the point and realistically:What disciplinary step is the world, through the UN and the ICC, prepared to take against Buhari?