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Sudan Should Recall Her Citizen Imposer In Aso Rock

Azubuike Nwadei

As palpable tension and voracious revolution loom in Nigeria over the Sudanese impostor doubling as President Muhammadu Buhari since January 2017, it becomes necessary that the Sudanese government immediately recalls it's citizen, Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud from Aso Rock. This is aimed at saving his life from the looming danger that will soon envelope Nigeria. This impostor should be asked to immediately vacate Aso Rock which is the Nigerian seat of power to escape the brewing chaos and anarchy that the leadership of Nigeria defunct federation has criminally brought upon the country. The consistent revelation of the true identity of Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud, a Sudanese, by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide, is really rattling the cabals camp in the presidency, who are aimlessly scampering for irredeemable solution. It could be recalled that since this Sudanese infiltrator commenced presiding over the affairs of Nigeria, following the death of President Muhammadu Buhari on the 27th of January 2017, there has been an unrelenting exertion on the citizenry, the most tragic and devastating policies ever known in the 21st century history. His inept disposition on the Nigerian seat of authority has resulted in unprecedented lawlessness and blunt measures of impunity in Nigeria. His tutelage under the Fulani Caliphate led by the Sultan of Sokoto, His Royal Highness (HRH) Alhaji Abubakar Sa'ad III, Alhaji Abba Kyari and Lieutenant-General Tukur Yusuf Buratai (Nigeria Army Chief of Staff), has led to a cacophony of deaths, destruction and uncertainty.

In the meantime, the good people of Sudan and government are advised to nip in the bud, all tendencies of looming catastrophe by timely rescuing their citizen who out of wickedness and morbid crave for frivolities, stupidly entered into a disastrous contract with the bloody Fulani cabals in Nigeria. The global community must stand witness to the IPOB Intelligence Unit that this olive branch was extended to the government of Sudan, to duly accord respect to the sensitivity of the Nigerian people. Sudan has to wade into this organized fraud masterminded by the Nigerian Fulani oligarchy and Jubril Aminu Bin Mahmoud in this subversive act of impersonation. This has with it, corresponding damning consequences.

Majority of Nigerians are now aware that the person occupying Aso Rock is a cloned Sudanese and not the Muhammadu Buhari they gave mantle of leadership to, as their President in 2015. It is important therefore, that the Sudanese government fully comprehend the magnitude of civil unrest that will erupt in Nigeria should this impostor continue to preside over the affairs of the country. It must be held accountable in the event of any breakdown of law and order. The only available alternative left for the Sudanese government is to diplomatically and expeditiously too, approach the Nigerian government and place demand for a hand over or recall of her citizen, presently occupying Aso Rock under the guise of President Muhammadu Buhari. This should be immediately and conscientiously driven otherwise, let the international community be put on notice should there be any ignition of destructive revolution within the West African sub-region and of course, the entire continent of Africa, in the event of delay or negligence. This mess has to be cleaned up and instantly too.

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze

Edited by Peter Oshagwu

For Family Writers Press

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