Nigeria Is In Serious Crisis Which May Escalate Uncontrollably At Anytime.

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While the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is being insinuated to be dead in a London hospital since about a week ago, the northern cabal has been running the affairs of government undermining the acting president Osinbanjo, who is from the south west of the country.

Some northerners have been quoted as saying that there will be civil war in Nigeria if Buhari dies and then then the acting president Osinbanjo is a Christian from the south west is made president. It also being rumoured that the military who are predominantly northern muslims are planning to stage a coup de etat and oust the acting president as soon as he is made president.

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Meanwhile there is an on-going  massive protest against the present administration in the country. On the other hand the Biafrans are getting ready for a referendum to restore the sovereignity of Biafra. The European Union has been giving massive support to the agitation for the restoration of Biafra.

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However, the leader of the Indegenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been in incarceration since october 2o15. He has been released on bail twice and was discharged and acquitted on another occassion but the  Gestapo-styled Nigerian department of State Security refused to obey the court order and release him, saying that Buhari has ordered that the court orders should not be obeyed.


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There has been serious suffering among Nigerians since the inception of this present administration. Inflation has been in double digits while hunger has been ravaging the country. Children are dying of protein-energy malnutrition (kwashiokor and marasmus) in the north.

These and more are the reasons why the tension is so high in the country right now and hostilities may escalate at anytime.

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