By Tim Tockukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers
Muhammadu Buhari, the evil President of Nigeria and master corrupter, continues to deceive Nigerians with claims that he is fighting corruption even judicial corruption. Part of his claims came from the action of his Gestapo, the Directorate of State Security (DSS), which operatives stormed the homes of some judges in commando style in the dead of night last week, abducted and dumped in detention.
They claimed the judges were corrupt, but facts are appearing, to show that they were just judges that rejected Buhari’s overtures to have them play tilt cases in his favour. These revelations continue, even as he has set up another intrigue to jail Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), on trumped-up charges.
The latest is his attempt to subvert judgment on the fundamental-human-rights-abuse case brought against him and Nigeria by Kanu at the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) Court. Trial on the case was adjourned to hold on November 8, 2016, at the ECOWAS Court. But Buhari’s plot is to influence the Chief Justice of the country, Mahmoud Mohammed, to fix the initial case against Kanu on that same day. This has been accomplished.
His intention was to use it as reason for the DSS to stay away from the court on the day. They did it before during that last sitting at the ECOWAS Court, when the DSS stayed away, claiming to be attending to another case in Northern Nigeria. In other words, they valued a local case (because it is one they could subvert) over an international case which they had no hope of subverting. After this, he would get down to the business of using Justice Binta Nyako, a Northern Muslim judge, to do his dirty job.
Before this time, he had tried to veil his intention by using a foolish middle-belt Christian judge, John Tsoho – who is without sense and logic – to do the dirty job. John Tsoho, was being used just as another foolish middle-belter, Yakubu Gowon, was used between 1967/1975 to kill Christian Biafrans.
People have believed Buhari’s lies and deception about fighting corruption. Now the truth is coming out that Buhari is the father of corruption in Nigeria, even the corruption of the Judiciary and judges.
One of the Supreme Court Justices, who home was stormed in the dead of night, John Inyang Okoro, just exposed how Buhari wanted to corrupt him, by using one of the most corrupt past governors in Nigeria, Rotimi Amaechi. As former governor of Rivers State, Amaechi, who is now Buhari’s Minister of Transport had approached the Judge on the orders of Buhari conveying president’s wish for him to help in delivering justice in his favour, the case on Rivers States election.
Justice Ademola was another of the judges abducted. He was the judge who struck off the case against Nnamdi Kanu, the IPOB leader. He has also stated that he was being hounded as a result of that judgment. Other lawyers have been coming out to give their own side of the story, and it all pointed to Buhari as the chief corrupter of the Judiciary.
Are you surprised? Well don’t be. This was the same evil Buhari that forced Justice Okoro-Idogwu to jail Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the Afro-beat musician in September 1984. Buhari’s junta had made a decree that Basic Travelling Allowance (BTA) for Nigerians on foreign travels was to be 500 Pounds, except an individual had evidence that he had earned foreign exchange more than that. Fela was found with 1, 600 Pounds at the airport for his 23 band members. But because the mean, petty and vindictive Buhari was looking for an opportunity to punish the musicians, who for his years had been singing of the folly of Nigerian soldiers and military rule, he ordered his arrest and arm-twisted the judge to jail him (Fela) for 10 years.
Months after evil Buhari was shoved out of office, the Judge went to apologize to Fela, informing him that Buhari forced him to give the sentence, from where the “my hands were tied” jargon started.
As a result of what is unfolding today, few people today are deceived that Buhari can or is fighting corruption in Nigeria.