Has any person seen shame, ridicule, mockery, disgrace, rejection, and repudiation face-to-face before? Then, look at the face of the lady in this picture very well.

This is Gbemisola Saraki, the daughter of Olusola Saraki, the direct sister of Bukola Saraki, who is the immediate past Senate President of the British fraud and graveyard, called Nigeria.

Gbemisola Saraki was lured by the gangsters and bandits at Aso Rock, led by Abba Kyari and Mamman Daura, to stand in opposition against his brother, Bukola Saraki, so that they would use her to edge her brother out, and compensate her with governmental appointment.

She was indeed used to uproot her brother, and was compensated with the governmental appointment, as promised. She was made the junior minister in the Ministry of transport.

Today, the very government in which she is a minister, has gone to her father's house and demolished her home. That is why you are hearing different pitches and colours of wailings.

When you betray your brother, sister, mum, dad, friend, kinsman, associate, or any close person, for the benefit of the outsider, how do think that outsider will perceive, regard, assess, or trust you? Of course, treachery begets treachery. (Those that Igbo has rejected, but they are still pretentiously wondering whether Igbo has agreed or not, must read between the lines).

Now, does this remind you of one Onagoruwa and Sani Abacha? Does it recall vividly to your mind the miscalculation and treachery of Afonja? Does it set off any alarm in your head concerning the tomfoolery and the recalcitrant malignancy of the moronism of one Amoda from Osun State, who later became Tinubu in Lagos?

Is it not very clear that the spell of the Fulani upon the greedy Oluwale Yoruba, can never ever be neutralized, irrespective of the enormity of the catastrophe that come upon the Yoruba, by reason of their subservience to the Fulani?

So long as the Yoruba keep their eyes on, and make stagnating Biafrans their ultimate ambition, so long will the Fulani continue to use Yoruba to spice their “abacha”, (the common Igbo delicacy generally referred to as the African salad).

Until Yorubas wake up to pursue their Oduduwa Republic, it remains irrefutable that the Yoruba will wake up one day to see that there is nothing like Yoruba land anymore. This may not take long in coming upon the Yoruba.

Biafra has come!


Written by:
Okwunna Okongwu
For: Lagos State Media

Edited by:
Lolo Oby Mboma
For: Lagos State Media

Published by:
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Lagos State Media

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