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As the general elections approached in 2019, the same individuals who had inflicted incalculable chaos on the Nigerian nation now regrouped and sparked personal disagreements to wage a seamless feast over the Nigerian carcass. Obviously, the Nigerian carcass was the overarching target that forced the two men to meet in Abeokuta on October 11, 2018, where Nigerian cyberspace was flooded with images of the meeting. What was never revealed to the Nigerians, who were rendered superfluous by the same people, is that the meeting was called to complete the preparations for the funeral of the Nigerian state.
Granted, President Buhari was such a disaster that in 2019 he should no longer be attacked by anyone who really believes that Nigeria should be on the path of progress and economic prosperity. However, it will be an absolute suicide and a betrayal of our education to choose Atiku Abubakar of the PDP in 2019. He is one of the protagonists of the 16-year disregard for PDP, which has now been consolidated by their cohorts in the APC.
The Nigerians must forcibly reject a conglomerate of political criminals and SMEs whose compelling motive to hold political office is the privatization of public wealth. It is this desire to privatize public wealth by all means when aspiring political officials in Nigeria spend more than they can legitimately earn during their four-year term. For example, it has been learned that former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar has seized N42 billion to bribe the delegates during PDP's presidential primary elections in Port Harcourt to emerge as the party's flag bearer. Assuming Atiku becomes president in 2019, his total salary in four years will be N72,000,000 if he earns N1,500,000 per month.
With this arithmetic before us it is therefore hallucinatory to think that a man who has spattered such an elephantine sum of money is required to face Nigeria's long challenges, rather than focusing on his "investment" – with a sizeable Regain profit.
Nigerians must beat the desperate attempt of the APC and the PDP to beat them Atiku Abubakar or Muhammadu Buhari, two catastrophic individuals who can not get a single vote in the developed worlds of America and Europe, where the ability of a political candidate to lead a country It tests the depth of their intellect and their ideas, not the size of their bank accounts.
As the Nigerians now roar in the "Atikulate" cyberspace, it is recalled that the deep traces of nepotism, incompetence, economic rot and corruption inflicted on Nigeria by "Febuhari" or "March4Buhari" have not been wiped out and are likely to remain indelible the event that another ruinous mistake is committed in the 2019 elections.
In order to activate Nigeria's full potential as a nation, the African Action Congress (AAC) has joined the hard struggle for the Nigerian soul to liberate our great country from the grip of those whose primary interest is to ruin and underdevelop the country Afterwards, travel abroad, where you will be guaranteed high quality healthcare, education and other amenities. A mere look at the characters around Atiku and Buhari is enough to say exactly what is to be expected in 2019.
In fact, when we grew up back home, we had a saying that nothing brings the owl and falcon to the same dining table at the same time. One goes to the dining table while the sun rises, the other does it in the middle of the night.
Likewise, one can not claim to have real intentions for a country and to fraternise with those who have pulverized it and do so to infinity. In the present case, Buhari and Atiku are not only surrounded by the destroyers of this country, they are themselves part of those who have helped decorate the Nigerians with the garments of indiscretion and utter misery.
The world is developing at an extraordinary speed, and if Nigeria were to embark on a journey to a First World country, the ideal choice would be to choose a candidate with the passion, innovative ideas and intellectual ability that is a 21st century country That's why Nigerians should accept the candidacy of Omoyele Sowore from the African Action Congress (AAC). After 58 catastrophic years, led by those who should have no relation to political leadership, afflicted and anxious Nigerians have been left in a situation in which they have no alternative but to dance to the songs of liberation.
There was a flood of books written under the title "How Europe is Underdeveloped". I consider myself a very humane person, but every time I read the lame and intellectually insulting arguments in such books, I reflect on the following thoughts: Let the authors of these books naked, whip them with their seventy-two strokes on their naked ones Buttocks and then send them back to school to learn about postcolonial African history.
It is my sustainable argument that Europe or America can not currently be held responsible for the ubiquitous poverty and underdevelopment in Nigeria and the rest of Africa.
This claim is corroborated by a scientific essay published in September 2015 by Cornell University on "Postcolonial African conflict". The essay reads in part:
"Although nineteenth-century European imperialism was a major factor in African political weakness, the solution to Africa's ongoing political, economic, and social conflict lies in the hands of the Africans themselves."
I could not agree more. For example, I believe that Nigerians have repeatedly chosen thieves as public officials. These thieves were not superimposed on us by the British who left our country 58 years ago. The thieves were chosen by the Nigerian voters who were cheated and continued to be deceived by the gang of political criminals in the APC and the PDP who turned Nigeria into their private business venture.
Next year, Nigerians will have the rare opportunity to choose a competent, visionary, credible and well-informed leader in Omoyele Sowore, a nightmare for those who have held Nigeria hostage since independence and want to do so after 2019. Another mistake from the Nigerian electorate will be extremely fatal.
Elias Ozikpu is a professional playwright and member of the African Action Congress (AAC).
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