Monday, August 8, 2016

APC condemning Goodluck Jonathan for sponsoring militants' sabotage of oil pipeline?

The reformed niger delta avengers accuse former president good luck jonather of sponsoring militant pipeline explosion
Deja vu: MEND joins APC in blaming Goodluck Ebele Jonanth for all the problem affacting Nigeria.





Although the Minster of (mis)Information has not yet officially commented on the matter, his image was used to convey the habit of the present Nigeria government which is to blame the previous government for everything that is not working. In fact they perpetually remain in campaign-mode going on two years after winning the election.



Even Adolf Hitler said; “Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it”. So if you tell a lie frequently enough, eventually the public would believe it and the lie would itself evolve to fit the circumstance. The reason why I insinuated the involvement of the APC political party (in the cartoon) is because it was a government that came into power with the aid of expert propagandist. Even the present president cloned his political campaign to look exactly like that of Barak Obama of the USA. Another thing that seems suspicious is the fact that the online news media SaharaReporters was the one to break this news. This is a news media that has strong links to not only APC but have insiders in the terrorist group Boko Haram which gives them the privilege of numerous exclusive reports. Their links to the APC is so strong that, if you ‘like’ the Facebook page of President Muhammadu Buhari or All ProgressiveCongress Party (APC), Facebook algorithm automatically suggest you also ‘like’ Sahara Reporters’ page because it is usually the same type of people that follows such pages. At the peak of the Boko Haram insurgency, when Sahara Reporters are reporting a terrorist attack in the North, it is usually just a plot that they have prior knowledge of. So I don’t think they have retired in their political schemes. Nevertheless, even at the original post, they were careful to put a quotation mark when referring to the alleged “sponsors”.



It’s a pity that it has come to this. Below is a breakdown of what has been reported:

Allegedly a splinter group of the Niger Delta Avengers who calls themselves the RNDA (Reformed Niger Delta Avengers), claimed that the Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan and some other politicians from the Niger Delta regions were sponsoring the activities of NDA.

NDA stands for the Niger Delta Avenger, which is a militant group that has been sabotaging the oil dependent economy of Nigeria by blowing up oil pipelines.

Jonathan denied the accusation claiming that it was a desperate attempt by another militant group (MEND: Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta) to assassinate his character and person. The irony is; Cynthia Whyte, the spokesperson for the splinter group RNDA is alleged to have been a former spokesperson for MEND (a group that has always had conflicting interest with the NDA form the start).

He then offered to be a medium of dialogue between the government and the agitated NDA. The diplomatic Jonathan was being ‘politically correct’ and refuse to accuse the ruling party APC who has done nothing other than offering blames, excuses and more empty promises since they came into power May of 2015 (not a single goverment project has been successfully started and completed). Although, in a statement released yesterday (8th August 2016) by his media aide, Ikechukwu Eze, the former president said the list by the splinter group was political. Even expressing concern that his life was threaten.













List Of Accused:

Apart from president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, the so called RNDA group also listed the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, and the Bayelsa State Governor, Seriake Dickson, as sponsors of the NDA.

Others mentioned in the list were Chief Edwin Clark, a former Governor of Akwa Ibom State, Senator Godswill Akpabio; ex-militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo (alias Tompolo); the founder, African Independent Television, Raymond Dokpesi; Kingsley Kuku; Kimi Angozi, and Patrick Akpobolokemi.

The group further went on to name NDA sympathisers are Daniel Alabrah; Tony Uranta, Daniel; Ms. Annkio Briggs, and a former spokesman for the Peoples Democratic Party, Olisa Metuh. Oyege Nimi Brown, VIP Timothy, Joshua Macaiver, Paul Bebenimibo, among others, was named as the main operatives of the NDA, and the President of the Ijaw Youth Council, Udengs Eradiri, aka Brig. Gen. Murdoch Agbinibo, served as the NDA’s chief spokesman.

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