ANOTHER TALE OF THE UNDEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED TYRANT
The victims are different (Dasuki, Dadiyata, El Zakzakay, Sowore etc) but the game is the same! In his evergrowing tea party of rebels, lawless despots, shameless looters and undignified ass wipers, there is zero tolerance for criticism. The mission is simple: "This cash cow called Nigeria must be cowered into a dumb dog so it can be milked hitch-free." For a nation blessed with great people yet cursed with bad leaders, Nigeria is only a few threads away from being ripped off her badly bruised and battered democracy to reveal the deadly dictatorship that lurks and leeches from within, all thanks to man at the helm of affairs, President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) – the "tyrannus superior".
The desecration of the hallowed chambers of the Federal High Court, Abuja, over the weekend in the case involving Omoyele Sowore and the Department of State Secret Service (DSS) is a clear manifestation of the crass tyrannical incivility that gained popularity with the ascension of the nation's ruling party the APC to the corridors of power. There is no longer any respect for rule of law and whoever critic is resistant to bribery and corruption is made to face a barbaric form of life threatening violence.
At the spate of things, growth, peace and meaningful development is far from Nigeria . If her senior advocates, honorable members, elder statesmen and people of significant influence are unable to speak with a mouth full of 'government money', then there's truly no hope for Nigeria.
Mr Buhari must be pressured to rescind on the high level of tyrannical incivility that emanates from his very being and has poisoned the democratic space of Nigeria.
POWER BELONGS TO NIGERIANS AND MUST REMAIN SO.
Muhammadu Buhari Ahmed Lawan Freedom of Speech Occupy Nigeria Empowerment Initiative African Independent Television DEPARTMENT OF STATE SECURITY SERVICE(SSS-DSS) THE NIGERIAN JUDICIARY Nigerian Communications Commission Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, Nigeria National Orientation Agency, Nigeria. Sahara Reporters