Goodbye Akinwumi Adesina, Goodbye GMO, Goodbye NWO By Peregrino Brimah

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Buhari Has No Right To Promise Jonathan, Others They Are Safe With The Loot By Peregrino Brimah

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Abdulsalami’s ‘Peace’ Committee: Another Amnesty For Terrorists By Peregrino Brimah

No secret, ex-president Abdulsalami Abubakar is chief cabal amnesty negotiator. The cabal are lining up in droves, from Jonathan through Dangote to Diezani; Abdulsalami negotiates amnesties aka, ‘peace’ deals. If Abdulsalami did not negotiate – according to those who speak for the committee while not realizing the implications of their words – there will be war, terror will be unleashed.

If Abdulsalami did not negotiate an amnesty for Jonathan, Jonathan would have waged a war. There would have been no peace. If Abdulsalami does not negotiate for all the other cabal, Nigeria will face the full wrath of their terror. All praise to Abdulsalami, and also to Jonathan for agreeing to the deals else Jonathan would not have retired after 8 years in Aso rock but would have unleashed terror on Nigeria.

We were warned by Jonathan’s men of the consequences of him losing. From Akpabio to Jimi Agbaje to Nuhu Ribadu to Dokubo the warnings were the same: you must re-elect Jonathan else there will be terror unlimited; else Nigeria will be blasted to smithereens. So of course as Jonathan was voted out in spite of all antics played by him, the NSA, MoD and Service chiefs, an amnesty had to be negotiated.

It is a pity that Nigeria loves negotiating amnesties with terrorists. The nation is where it is today for this very reason. The amnesty negotiated with MEND led to the explosion in oil theft and pollution in the Niger Delta with the certification of shameless terrorists who continue to openly threaten the country and even its neighbors with foul utterances from their putrid cavities. Jonathan begged to sign amnesties with Boko Haram and kept postponing the war till the terrorists took over half of Adamawa and our patriotic local hunters had to step in and save the day. The current amnesty Abdulsalami is spearheading with these economic terrorist cabal is no different: a sin, an abomination and a curse on Nigeria.

No thanks Abdulsalami, they should have done their worst. Some of us were prepared to fight. Perhaps it is time we fight that war for the pride and dignity of the common man to finally be restored in this land. I have never been a fan of Abdusaalami; I hold him for the death of a friend and father to me, late Brigadier General Tunde Idiagbon related to the transfer of Nigeria to the cabal in the fourth republic sham.

Cabal led by Abubakar Abdulsalami meet president-elect to discuss impunity

Abdulsalami, dictator Bagangida’s brother, the founders of the PDP, willfully handed over Nigeria to these vultures and as I see him again spearheading an unconscionable amnesty for terrorists who have destroyed the hope and promise of our nation, who have cemented the masses in desolation; who have plundered money they will only eventually lose in Swiss banks, to the death of our elderly and the unleashing of deadly terror on our defenseless, I hate him even more. Hate is a strong word, I know. But people like this that never give up but always continue to negotiate for terrorists against the interests and dignified survival of the masses deserve no less. Why are masses not invited to the amnesty table to choose as is their right and theirs only? We will not back down.

#BringBackOurMoney #BringBackOurDignity

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian

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Dear General Buhari: Here Is My Shopping List By Peregrino Brimah

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Dear General Buhari: Here Is My Shopping List By Peregrino Brimah

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Meet Africa’s New Chiefs By Peregrino Brimah

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Four Critical Outcomes Possible As #NigeriaDecides By Peregrino Brimah

Situation 1:

Goodluck Ebele Jonathan concedes defeat and hands over to President Muhammadu Buhari and Pastor Yemi Osinbajo of the APC.

This outcome holds the best promise for Jonathan who at least will be credited to have done one last thing right. This outcome may be tested with pockets of agitation from terrorist/militant lords. These will be easily controllable by a honest Jonathan presidency.

In this outcome Goodluck Jonathan will be able to “enjoy” two more months at the seat of power; with the keys to Nigeria’s billions.

Situation 2:

Goodluck Ebele Jonathan refuses to concede defeat and rigs all the way, then announces himself as the winner.

This situation is most favored by the heads of service who are interested in holding power as evidenced by their interference in all stages of the electoral process including their prompting its postponement.

If Goodluck Ebele Jonathan rigs to victory and refuses to concede defeat, there will be predictable turmoil in the country and within days the military will over throw the government.

As mentioned, the military prefer this option as they will have officially sat on the throne and they will then pretend to be saviors. Goodluck Jonathan does not like this option so much, as his name and record will be forever tarnished even more with this and he may be jailed even by this very military before they are ousted or hand over to civilians.

Situation 3:

The military takes over before results are announced. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan prefers this option as it will save him conceding defeat and being held responsible ultimately, by the cabal hawks who have been pressing him to fight to finish to save their empires, hold on the nation’s treasury and corrupt, impune lifestyles.

However the military does not like this option as it will predictably deny them of any credibility and support locally and internationally. This approach will also predictably lead to quick military power changes.

Situation 4:

The Military and Goodluck Ebele Jonathan go it together; either delaying the election results, cancelling them all together or announcing the rigged results with the military standing by Jonathan.

In all world history except in Iran (due to the 1,000,000 strong, Basij paramilitary civilian army), every instance an incumbent denies a strong opposition his mandate rightfully or wrongfully, turmoil has almost always soon sacked the incumbent.

Situation 4 will lead to days to weeks to months of bloody civil and military disturbance in Nigeria which will ultimately predictably end only by the toppling of the Jonathan-Minimah government.

In all scenarios the people are implored to exert patience, be organized and united, and use peace as a weapon, ignoring all evil provocation. Not one innocent Nigerian must die. All eyes must be trained on the enemies of the state only.

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian

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My Letter to the Cabal: Game Up By Peregrino Brimah

Dear Cabal,

It is time for you to give up. It is time for you to abandon ship. Dear unscrupulous cabal, enough has surely been enough. We have had it with you… your time and grip of treasury is done; your choking of this nation is over. This letter is addressed to you. You know you are a cabal if you have cut up a slice of the paupers’ loaf that you fondly and atrociously call the ‘national cake.’ Yes that is you. You lazy godawful, who earned what you did not work for and made us suffer. You thief.

According to the latest report by the EFCC you cabal have from 1960 to 2005 looted $20 trillion dollars. 20 Trillion Dollars! That is over 100 yearly budgets put together! And in the last ten years with Nigeria earning more than ever before, you have looted no less than another 7 trillion dollars. That is final. This election you see here is a coated revolution. We are compiling a list of your names and all your benefactor family and friends. None of you will ever again near the corridors of power. It is our time. It is time for the Nigerian masses. APC cabal sef who helped this revolution will not near power. We promise you this. We thank you but it is time you retire. It is time all you cabal retire. Nigeria is about to experience a new day where our oil yield, 100%$ of it is for the masses; where our land is owned by the people and not cabal; where we farm natural seeds and not cabal GMO’s, where the masses decided and achieve in totality; where hooligans are no longer paid and political or military brute, brainless thugs no longer hold sway.

Some of us sat back and watched you puerile thieves steal for decades, but when your thieving lost total control and we could no longer simply live in our poverty in peace; with your Boko in the north, MEND in the south and Ombatse in the Middle we decided that it was enough. You have looted and now you are bombers and assassins of the masses, the only causality of terror sponsored by your nefarious reckless idiocy. Dear cabal. You are now late. Disappear for the masses are coming. We will not stop.

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian

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Historic Election: Nigerians Go To Polls To End Three Decade oOf Babangida Hold On Nation By Peregrino Brimah

In the historic election scheduled to hold on Saturday the 28th of March, Nigerians will be coming out en-mass to break a 30 year hold on the reins of power by a former military dictator, Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida.

Babangida came to power through a military coup that toppled one of Nigeria’s more promising regimes, that of ex-general Muhammadu Buhari and Brigadier Tunde Idiagbon in 1985. Since then Babangida has maintained hold of the reins of power directly and by proxy. The ex-president promised as he “stepped down,” “I will be back,” and he was.

Dictator Babangida had handed over in 1993 to a civilian stooge, Ernest Shonekan, shortly after Babangida’s second in command, General Sani Abacha retrieved power from their stooge. After Abacha died or was killed in August of 1998, Babangida’s cousin, and adopted brother, General Abdusalami, both Gwari people (As children, Abdusalami Abubakar’s dad adopted orphaned Babangida) was made president of Nigeria. Notice the “i” at the end of the names, Abdusalami and Badamosi.


Abdusalami Abubakar immediately prepared to transfer power to civilians. Together with Babangida and other members of the dictator’s inner circle, they planned a transition. Babangida and Lieutenant General Aliyu Mohammed Gusau, the Director Military Intelligence, DMI during Buhari’s time who together with Babangida plotted the coup to sack the Buhari/Idiagbon government, again together founded the People’s Democratic Party, PDP and in 1999 decided to hand over to a former soldier and pal, General Olusegun Obasanjo.

When Obasanjo was invited to rule again by the Babangida-Gusau crew, he famously asked, “how many president’s do you want to make of me.” Babangida installed Obasanjo through a rigged election process conducted under his brother, Abdusalami Abubakar. Thus Babangida retained power in the fourth republic.


It was decided that Idiagbon had to be killed and he was allegedly poisoned in a visit he was summoned to in Abuja. Brigadier Tunde Idiagbon threw-up throughout his journey back to Ilorin and died shortly after to pave the way for the PDP. [As regards this particular narration, I was a physical eyewitness.]

Obasanjo’s regime was handled and monitored by Babangida and his men with Babangida’s right hand man, Aliyu Gusau as the nation’s NSA, National Security Adviser throughout the Obasanjo tenure. NSA Gusau is noted to have supervised the founding of MEND in the south and Boko Haram in the north.

Obasanjo later handed over reluctantly to Yar’Adua/Jonathan of the PDP Babangida party; later when Yar’Adua passed in 2010 (or perhaps was poisoned for as some say, for betraying the interests of the founders of the PDP party) Goodluck Ebele Jonathan took over the reins of power with a promise to continue to deliver the nation to Babangida and co.

Under Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Babangida’s men were quickly restored to all chief positions of government: Aliyu Gusau was immediately restored the the most sensitive security office, the office of the National Security Adviser, oNSA. Sambo Dasuki (Gusau’s foster brother with the duo inheritors of Babangida’s wealth by blood and marriage — Gusau married to Jamila, late Dasuki’s widow) … Sambo Dasuki, who was the Aide-de-camp to president Ibrahim Babangida was soon made NSA after Gusau resigned from the post to contest against Goodluck Jonathan and his replacement Gen. Andrew Azazi had been resigned (Azazi was killed in a helicopter crash later the year he had implicated the Babangida PDP party in Boko Haram terror).

Colonel David Mark who was minister of communication under Babangida’s regime and is popularly remembered for allegedly saying, “telephones are not for the poor,” was soon made the nation’s senate president. David Mark supervised the senate and nation’s oil industry ensuring oil blocks remained within the Babangida club and the illegal kerosene subsidy with $100 million in paupers’ funds transferred to cabal pockets every month remained unhindered.

After Gusau’s presidential ambition was defeated in the notorious PDP primaries that Azazi had commented of, Gusau was soon returned to the nation’s defense office as minister, to supervise the “war” against Boko Haram.

Other Babangida boys like Jones Arogbofa were also returned during the Jonathan regime as chief of staff, to keep a tight control on Nigeria.

It appears all Babangida’s boys simply hung their military fatigues and put on civilian garb to resume the Babangida dictatorship, civilian style via the PDP.

ibb one foot in

So as Nigerians go to the polls this Saturday, they are not only desperate to try a change in government and let go of a PDP party that has supervised the establishment of terror across west Africa, compromised one of Africa’s best armies, mismanaged and subsequently privatized all public assets, gifting these to the cabal, and watched over the gradual impoverishment of the people and the enthronement of the cabal, now recognized as the world’s top private jet club; the people are also going in earnest to vote out the Babangida 30-year hold on power.

Nigerians are excited at the prospects of a new dawn.

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian

Opinion expressed on this page is solely that of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of and/or its associates.

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I Told You Jonathan Was A Terrorist; Now You See He Is A Terror Grandmaster By Peregrino Brimah

All Nigeria’s terrorists are now formally under Jonathan’s employ. When the president of Nigeria brags about creating employment, it should be taken in context.

MASSOB armed and violent terrorists of the southeast have been hired by the president and his ruling PDP party to foment chaos and destruction of life and property to protect a Jonathan friendly administration.

OPC armed terrorists are doing same, paid by Jonathan, in the Southwest. We have images of them vandalizing public property and opposition billboards with the Nigerian police and army, now a terror appendage of Jonathan’s in full supervision.

The Vice president’s Boko Haram terrorists who are doing the same in the north were seen days ago holding him, Namadi Sambo hostage for nonpayment of their salaries for terrorism work done.

And we do not need talk about MEND and the Dokubo, Dickson, Boyloaf, Tompolo, Kuku dem assemblies where they rise up and threaten Nigeria openly, while warning voters to vote for the opposition ‘at their own peril.’

Among other things, the plan includes using armed terrorists and the state security to intimidate good and progress ready people away from polling booths next week.

Nigeria will never fully recover from this reign or terror. Good people have sat down quietly too long and now bad people and terrorists have been employed and empowered beyond imagination.

Do you still have doubts having seen how Jonathan sponsors all these terrorists to further his political ambition, that he did same and is the chief sponsor of Boko Haram? Little wonder he protected them as his ‘siblings’, and his beat buddy, PDP chair Bamanga Tukur said they were fighting for justice.

Nigeria is in soup. Rest in peace General Andrew Azazi. Reat in peace too UN, AU, ICC and co. You watched us die under a regime of Terror while pretending not to notice.

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian


Opinion expressed on this page is solely that of the author and does not necessarily reflect the views of and/or its associates.

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Why The APC Must Never Debate With PDP By Peregrino Brimah

The thought of APC debating with PDP is appalling to say the least. It is simply wrong and any and every time one has seen the two engage in any type of tirade, we are disappointed in APC for missing its stride and stooping. Why should human being talk to animal? Who is inviting APC to debate? Is it Reuben Abati? The guy who criminally slandered the person of Buhari and after being sued had President Jonathan beg Buhari to settle the libel case out of court? Or is it Doyin Okupe sending the invite, that uncouth hooligan who was shouting deludedly in Aso rock recently. Seriously who is sending the invite? Is it the bunch of criminals or the bunch of murderers? Is it Ayo Fayose or Omisore? Is it Koro or Fani Kayode? Is the invitation coming from a launderer or a thieving rigging looter?

And then who is to be debated? Is it any of the members of that rotten stinking carcass as Fani Kayode rightfully categorized it? Is it the president? Unless the debate is about the right consequence to be meted on him for his crimes against humanity, whether it be impeachment first or handing over to the ICC; whether it should be life in prison or the gallows, what is to be spoken to this space occupying lesion?

It is an insult for PDP to ask APC for a debate. It is a betrayal of our consciences as people if APC ever honors such request. What is happening in Nigeria though taking the appearance of a democratic transfer of power is actually a REVOLUTION. Buhari is simply the vessel and flag bearer of the people’s revolution for change and the sacking of a system that has crippled them for decades. Buhari does not have the right to debase us by indulging criminals with a debate. APC members do not have the right and reason to drag themselves in the mud and insult us as a people by standing on the podium with criminals and murderers; with people who openly defend corruption and embrace stealing; with people who steal the money for our army and lead to the death of thousands of soldiers and defenseless citizens alike. With governments who cause loss of Nigeria’s territory and billions in economy losses of parts of the whole; with animals who defend Boko Haram and regard themselves as not part of the Nigerian total union; with land polluters; with terrorist protectors. Buhari may die in power, but Jonathan is killing us. Which do we prefer? There is nothing left to talk about. He has done 8 years in Aso rock; it is enough. It is time to return to Otueke. There is no debate in that.

Let us open the real debate: what punishment should be meted out on this bunch of shameless criminals? jail or the gallows?

Dr. Peregrino Brimah; [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: Twitter: @EveryNigerian


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