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2019: PDP Reps brag about chasing Buhari out of Aso Rock



9TH ASSEMBLY: Vote candidates of your choice, PDP caucus tells members

A select group of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) members in the House of Reps on Thursday appeared to predict the outcome of 2019 polls by claiming that they were poised to chase the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC), led by President Muhammadu Buhari, out of Power.

The meeting and subsequent briefing of the press were in reaction to Wednesday’s Supreme Court Judgment which affirmed Makarfi’s status as the duly recognized chairman of the party under the law.

House Minority Leader, Leo Ogor, who led other members of his party to the briefing, stated that the APC should see the PDP’s victory at the apex court as a quite notice towards 2019, owing to what he described as their failure to fulfill promises and make the situation in the country better than it was prior to their emergence.

Read also: Fayose dubs Osinbajo a liar, threatens to release 11 pictures on Buhari’s true state

The statements of these PDP members of the House of Representatives followed a similar pattern of responses from other PDP leaders and supporters who appear to have been reinvigorated by the ruling, and emboldened to make confident projections about the fortunes of the PDP.

It remains to be seen how the party will manage this landmark legal outcome, resolve all pending political disputes, while also addressing other issues that predated the protracted legal battle.


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  1. Olalekan Ajiboye Oyewole

    July 14, 2017 at 6:06 pm After the Nigerian civil war, some prominent Igbos gathered to proclaim the need to unify Igbos under a common umbrella body. This initiative was much welcomed considering maximum displacement of the Igbos during the war and its aftermath. An organizational assembly was created, referred to as the Igbo National Assembly (INA). This organization was later banned by the northern Hausa-fulani Boko Haram terrorist controlling the federal Military government of Nigeria at the time, the northern Hausa-fulani Nigerians controlling the federal government’s fear of a grand suspicious agenda, according to what seems or is stated to be real or true, when this is perhaps not the case being cultivated by the Igbos via the organization; hence, the creation of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, in 1976, the Gowon Backs Nigeria’s Restructuring fails, Says He Did Same in 1967 and over 2,000,000 Igbos lost their lives, but in actual fact for Federal Military Governments of Nigeria to avoid prosecution. The Igbo socio-political group, Ohanaeze Ndigbo, has thrown caution to the wind and dived for the leader Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, over his agitation for Biafra independence after the restructuring of Nigeria fails. The Gowon Backs Nigeria’s restructuring fails, Says He Did Same in 1967 and over 2,000,000 Igbos lost their lives.

    The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu advocated non-violent civil disobedience against Nigerian civil wars, On 6 July 1967, Gowon declared war and attacked Biafra, while over 2 million unarmed Biafrans died in Nigeria’s evil hands. For now, the war raged on by Northern Islamist Hausa-fulani Boko Haram terrorists-dominated federal government of Nigeria’s president Muhammadu Buhari-led government. In May 2017, Yemi Osinbajo, who is Nigeria’s acting president while President Muhammadu Buhari is absent on sick leave, declare Second Nigerian civil war and attack Biafra. The northern Hausa-fulani Nigerians controlling the federal government of Nigeria that were Muslim authorities under a Nigeria-imposed blockade during the ensuing stalemate led to severe exposure to a toxic gas that unarmed Biafra survivors said was dropped from warplanes by the federal government of Nigeria led by Gowon, an attack that sparked comparisons to the most infamous act of the Nigeria’s thirty-month war–—accomplished deliberately as a Nigerian civil war strategy. Hundreds of thousands of Biafran soldiers were gassed by the federal government of Nigeria in the War, while the genocide of more than 2 million indigenous people of Biafra, half of them children. The victims of air force bombings, and those who starved and suffocated to death during the blockade to include oil & gas garnered sufficient evidence for the genocide of over 2 million Biafran people, half of them children, were brought again to popular consideration in 2014 when Gowon was declared the tenth most lethal dictator. However, lethal weapon or dose such as sarin has been used in Northern Hausa-fulani Boko Haram terrorists- dominated federal government of Nigeria attacks and civil conflicts over the past several years. That notice is so reminiscent of the effective date of this June 7 Kaduna Declaration. Following the October 1 ultimatum issued by Arewa Youths Forum to the indigenous people of Biafra of South-East origin living in the northern parts of the country to secede from the Nigeria region. From June through October 1966, 29 September 1966, was considered the worst day, which is today; Tuesday, June 06, 2017, pogroms in the North killed tens of thousands of Igbos and caused millions to flee to the Eastern Region’s Biafra. Igbo massacres in Northern Nigeria have occurred so many times that it has almost become some sort of an annual sporting activity for blood thirsty Northern youths. All Igbo currently residing in any part of Northern Nigeria are hereby served notice to relocate within three months up to October 1, 2017 to the Eastern Region’s Biafra.

    Odùduwà Republic and/or Republic of Biafra represented nationalist aspirations of the Yoruba people and/or Igbo people, whose leaderships felt they could no longer co-exist with the Northern Hausa/Fulani Boko Haram terrorists-dominated federal governments of Nigeria. The Northern Hausa/Fulani Boko Haram terrorists-dominated federal government of Nigeria must respect the rights of Republic of Biafra sovereign State, and/ or Odùduwà Republic nation to conduct their own affairs. 6 January, twelve days after Aburi Accord, was reached between 4 and 5 January 1967, or the meeting before On 27 May 1967, Gowon proclaimed the division of Nigeria. this decree divided Nigeria into different three countries: North, majority tribe is Hausa-Fulani; East, majority tribe is Igbo; and West, majority tribe is Yoruba. On 30 May 1967, Ojukwu declared independence of the Republic of Biafra. Now the Igbos, concentrated in the Republic of Biafra, appears in the East, would not lose control over most of the petroleum, and thus defines that cardinal point/direction, and by it the East-southEast or South-southEast or South-east are located in the Southeast. oil, primarily from wells in the southeast lay of the East land of Biafra. Not only but also are resources from Biafra Republic. America received support from France in breaking free of England is a country that is seceded from the United Kingdom (UK) or Britain. It’s time for the UN and Western powers to do their part to free the indigenous people of Biafra while independence of Biafra is still possible without expanded bloodshed.

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