Buhari: The robot
By Tim Tochukwu
For Biafra Choice Writers

Now, it is making more sense, that saying which indicates that “half education is a disease”; even its twin variant, which states that “lack of education is dangerous”, also makes clearer sense.
Without any iota of doubt, Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian (robotic) president, currently typifies those two sayings. Or how else can one explain it that a man will rise from his sick bed (a place he has been for three months), then come to the public to declare a national consensus on a subject that was beyond him?
Without a referendum; without any research; he declared that the consensus of “Nigerians” were to stay in “unity” as one country. Meanwhile this declaration, from a warped mind, was coming at time when sections of the country were making it known to the world that they were no longer interested staying in the evil contraption called Nigeria.
Interestingly, his idea of consensus was a meeting he claimed to have had with Chukwuemeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu, the late head of state of the republic of Biafra. In his illiterate mind, that was a reason to declare that “Nigeria’s unity is settled and not negotiable.” He did not know that he was talking about an Ojukwu who, few months to his death, declared it loudly in public for the whole world to know “Let my people go!” A year following the year Buhari claimed to have agreed with Ojukwu (September 13, 2004 to be exact), the late Biafran leader was featured in a Newswatch (magazine) interview declaring his full stand on Biafra. Now, we know that Buhari has always been a habitual liar, but that he would lie against a dead man shows how low he could go.
Ojukwu declaring support for Biafra
Meanwhile, lying Buhari’s idea of unity – as is the case with majority of his Fulani folks – is to subjugate others and kill-off those who refuse their hegemony. While his military – Army, Navy, Airforce, and even the Police – are killing Biafrans at every given opportunity, the Boko Haram (he helped to form) is killing Biafrans to drive them away from Northern Nigeria; and simultaneously, his fellow Fulani herdsmen are killing indigenous Biafrans in their own land.
Buhari’s illiteracy knows no bounds. That was why he address his fellow citizens as “My dear citizens”, meaning he believes he owns them as their emperor. No wonder he believes he is doing them a favour by squandering their money on treating himself on exile in Britain. Shame on who call themselves Nigerians! Even Britain was ashamed that such despicable character was in their country and bringing odorous commentary on their country; they forced him out. But gullible and foolish Nigerians were celebrating his home-coming with some governors declaring public holiday for him.
Like the shameless Nigerians, Buhari is shameless to call others irresponsible when he is the embodiment of irresponsibility: “We shall not allow irresponsible elements to start trouble and when things get bad they run away and saddle others with the responsibility of bringing back order, if necessary with their blood. This is not to deny that there are legitimate concerns.” How shameless can people be? Buhari is shameless to call others, who he agreed had legitimate aspirations, to be irresponsible. An irresponsible old man who left the country he was elected to govern for three months (without any nagging conscience) is the one branding others irresponsible.
Buhari and his foolish countrymen have become the new shame of the world. The first shame was Yakubu Gowon, who declared that “Our problem is not money, but what to do with it.”

I say again “Shame!”
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