During the weekly review of Nigerian affairs by the AZATA/NEPU Party of honest, patriotic and thinking Nigerian men and women, the following observations were recorded.
1) That time and tide wait for no-one and a stitch in time saves nine.
2) That the NASS “leadership” crisis exposed the weak under-belly of the APC as a party that did not design a sociocratic architecture for Nigerian governance.
3) That the Nigerian people, encumbered by the burden of bad governance by proxy, intrigues, subterfuges and borrowed brains, voted for Muhammadu Buhari because of his integrity and honesty and NOT for the APC, as a party that did not produce a convincing CHANGE agenda.
4) That the new members of the APC must vow that all old things have passed away. Can they?
5) That some party men are an amalgam of very honorable and very dishonorable politicians, who are riding on the coat-tails of the manifest integrity of a Muhammadu Buhari.
6) That Nigerian politics is still dominated by the monetized conscience syndrome and that this has seriously dampened and damaged the people’s enthusiasm for vibrancy, decisive actions against wreckers of the Republic.
7) That justice delayed is justice denied.
8) That to vow action is incomplete, but I have taken action is more credible.
9)That the promise of the judgment of erring people in the state is waning. lukewarm and overtaken by procrastination, which is a lazy man’s apology.
10) That age is the greatest enemy of courage, but cannot be an impediment to executive firmness.
11) That Nigerians are long-suffering, patient to decimal points, at times docile in geometric progression. Their illogical thinking is the result of opiate religious beliefs, ethnic bigotry and a little learning. The pursuit of illicit gains has robbed literacy of the pre-imminence, it once had and has catapulted exuberant mediocrity to heights, it does not deserve.
Speaking the truth is abhorred as perpetrators of national and crimes against humanity show their wriggled faces everywhere behaving important and constantly reminding us of their past criminal acts, political assassinations, aiding and abetting criminal brigandage and satanic occultism.
12) AZATA/NEPU( Nigerian Elements Progressive Union) considers as anomalous legislative rascality, the hurried passage of 46 bills by the last Senate and calls for a nullification of the inchoate legislative eyesores and expunge them accordingly. That is what a nation that has little regard for high quality education in the relevant field gets. It must suffer occasional degradation.
13)The AZATA/NEPU Party recommends the building of a sociocratic state in Nigeria, if the change is to last. Knowledge-based policy formulations and implementation, revenue-monitoring and strict budget control, so absent in the last sixteen years, must hold sway.
14) Virtue ethics, rights and justice can restore confidence in governance. In Nigeria, subservience for gains, favour-seeking, fortune seeking, notice-seeking have produced a nation of groveling nabobs, who visit the seat of power, with untiring ebullience looking for one favour or another from the President.
I have a record of 1300 able-bodied men, who have turned the Presidential Villainto a Stock Exchange, as reported by ONE WORLD INTELLIGENCE AGENCY and OEP Press Agency.
The President must free himself from the despotism of the party oligarchy, especially those, who cannot rule their spirit of greed, influence-peddlers and neo-colonial manipulators and controllers of Nigeria, who ruled by proxy, intrigues and subterfuges, who dealt harshly with our compatriots, while in power.
All the tingling cymbals and brass-sounding political demagogues have nothing to say. Eternal vigilance is the price of our liberty. It is well.
Nigeria is in the crucible of KARMA and REBIRTH and in the maelstrom of political colloquy.