A big fight occurred in one of the Apc group on Sunday, 22nd September, when it was intimated that some Buharist youth followers had started campaign for 2023 election in favour of the elected President of Nigeria.
The Buharist Reporters movement, for the Approval of Third term, demand constitutional amendment to enable President Buhari run again for 2023 presidential election, as initiated by Mamuda Ya’u Dan’sarki.
Though this interest was started by most Northern youth, but a surprising note from a Southern youth was posted in the group by some Southern youth supporter named Mayiwa Ojo.
Hmm! I can see people’s comment in favor of Rwanda. What a good one. We all like the RESULT of Rwanda but we don’t like the PROCESS that produced the result. Can we stand the dictatorship of Kagame? The President, a former military man who led the Rebel front that stopped the genocidal war of 1994, is a dictator with no nonsense attitude. But he is a Benevolent Dictator. He changed their constitution to allow and accommodate him to continue in Government as President. Can that happen in Nigeria? Any opposing views are dealt with instantly. Can that happen here. I love Kagame, he behaved like late Le Kwan Yu of Singapore, who ruled for more than 30 years but turned the country to a developed country.
PMB is trying to lock us inside and produce all we consume in order to be independent and create jobs, we all know how we antagonized many of his policies of change by carpeting it under ethnic and religion cover.
By the way, Rwanda population is not up to Lagos. We are complex nation and everyone is a Special Adviser to the President through social media. To get Rwanda’s kind of results, we must be willing and ready to cooperate with the leaders to go through the process.
Just two tribes of Hutus and Tutsis you just talked about. Rwanda actually has three tribes in the whole country i.e. HUTUS, TUTSIS and the TWAS … The Twas are in minority of less than 2% of the population.
Nigeria has over 300 Tribes and two major religions. You need to do a research about Rwanda like the way I did … You will discover that what caused the genocidal war that claimed close 1million people had happened in Nigeria several times and today we are still standing strong against many people’s wish of breakup.
Are you aware that Kagame has been ruling since year 2000 making it 19 years on the throne. Can that happen in Nigeria of today? Look, HATE nearly destroyed the whole country. They killed themselves bcos of HATE between the Tutsis and Hutus. Hutus went after the Tutsis to eliminate them completely. What happened to Rwanda made them to go against anything HATE … So after the war, it was easy for them to let go their differences, forgive themselves and move on. First thing Kagame did was to remove tribe in their ID Card or any other official form. They are simply called Rwandans now, no more Tutsis, Hutus or Twas. Do you know Hutus were more than 80% of their population just like Burundi too … they had no choice than to allow peace to reign after the massive destruction of lives.
Look, it is politicians (APC and PDP) that caused our problems. They are corrupt and looted our treasury bad. PMB came and said no more looting and you must account for all you have looted in the past. Gbam! Hell was let loose. That is the genesis of our problem. When they were eating our cake, they were united at the top. But when accountability came, everyone ran to their people, started crying marginalisation or ran under religion and ethnic cover, just to seek their people’s support and cover … And bcos they know that average Nigerians are sentimental and emotional, they turned the mind of the people against a leader who meant well for the nation and the people, using the media and heavy conspiracy to promote HATE. That is what we are battling now. Lack of trust has set in bcos of religion and ethnic sentiment. No one is ready to see and appreciate great work going on underground. But you know what, all ethnic and religious walls must come down first … that is where we are right now. That wall that divide us must crumble first and foremost. See how Nigerians fought RUGA Project to a stand still, something that will create millions of jobs and make us independent. See how Christians were supporting El-Zakzaky who wanted to Islamized Nigeria and he has been working towards it since about 40 years ago with the support of IRAN. The same Islamization and Fulanisation agenda they cried against PMB, they now embarrassed with both hands when El-Zakzaky started attacking PMB’s government and they even protested for him. You can now see that the ISLAMIZATION and FULANISATION accusation is a mere fluke. The bottom of it is the FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION and Importation ban on some items that some people were making cool money from before now.
Our case in Nigeria is very complex and different from that of Rwanda. But we will overcome them gradually. Let’s just keep hope alive and wish the country the best .
A non-Buharist says, “One would think these group of youth ain’t sure of what this society needs but on the other hand, the society gives right to freedom of a lot of things”.