12 April 2019

Nigeria: Buhari Plotting to Hand Over to Another Muslim, MASSOB Alleges

The Movement for the Actualisation of the Sovereign state of Biafra, MASSOB, said yesterday that indications have emerged that President Muhammadu Buhari would hand over the government to another Muslim after his tenure.

MASSOB leader, Comrade Uchenna Madu, in a statement in Awka said that going by the body language of the president, there were already moves to actualise the plan.

He said: "We have seen the handwriting on the wall, which is as a result of the secret pact reached and agreed by the Hausa/Fulani representing Arewa and Yoruba representing Oduduwa, against the people of old Eastern region on the platform of the All progressives Congress, APC. It is very obvious that President Buhari will hand over the relay baton of APC to a Muslim Yoruba man after his tenure, unless the judiciary sacks this government.

"They are seriously working on this Islamic agenda, which no APC bigwig from old Eastern region can stop.

"With President Buhari's body language and Osibanjo's consistent defence of his master, the appointments of all security service chiefs from Buhari's Islamic kinsmen, his continuous defence and protection of his foot soldiers popularly known as herdsmen, his insensitivities against non-Muslims and inability to protect the citizens, are all clear signs and evidence that Buhari is executing an arranged and planned agenda that is detrimental to non-Muslims in Nigeria.

"There are rot, imbalances and inequalities in the education sector where there are special and preferential academic laws for northern citizens against the southern citizens; and harsh economic policies against the people of Eastern region."

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