The Courts Must Declare Atiku As Nigerian President (1), By Femi Aribisala ..

If Buhari and the APC are allowed to get away with this kind of daylight robbery, then every future election in Nigeria will be decided by daylight robberies. What Atiku did, therefore, was to provide some forlorn hope for democracy to survive in Nigeria by resorting to the courts.

survive in Nigeria by resorting to the courts.

In January 2019, President Obasanjo burst again on the political scene in Nigeria with a 16-page broadside which he entitled: “Points for Concern and Action.” In this, he alleged that the upcoming 2019 presidential election was already shaping out to be nothing more than a self-succession project for President Buhari: “They have started recruiting collation officers who are already awarding results based on their project to actualise the perpetuation agenda in which the people will not matter and the votes will not count.”

He noted further that the president’s henchmen: “…are working round the clock in cahoots with security and election officials to perfect their plan by computing results right from the ward to local government, state and national levels to allot him what will look like a landslide victory, irrespective of the true situation.”

Only God knows where and how Obasanjo got this information. However, it has since been confirmed by what actually transpired during the 2019 elections. Altogether, the elections were one big sham. No Nigerian needs to be told that they were characterised by massive voter fraud, voter-suppression, ballot-snatching and crude falsification of results. By design, victors were vanquished and losers declared winners.

The most glaring of this falsehood was the declaration of President Buhari, not only as the winner of that election but, as Obasanjo warned, as the winner by an even bigger majority than he had when he was so much more popular in 2015. Between 2015 and 2019, President Buhari and the All Progressives Congress (APC) had become major embarrassments and disappointments. Obasanjo himself was one of their chief supporters in 2015. But Buhari’s dismal performance in office led him and many others to the conclusion that Nigeria would be far better off without him.

Under the circumstances, I, for one, predicted time and again, that the only way President Buhari could win in 2019 was by massively rigging the vote. Let’s face it, the wheel of politics cannot be re-invented in Nigeria. A bad government can only expect to get a comeuppance at the polls. Bad governments don’t get re-elected in free and fair elections. That magic only takes place when the votes are rigged.

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APPENDIX TOTAL REMOVAL

ITEMS
Lemon
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Tomatoes

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ITEMS
Lemon
Snail water
Tomatoes

PREPARATION
Crushed tomatoes, lemon
with blender. Break the pointed end of the shell of the snail there is a liquid that will flow, you collect this liquid and you make a good mix with the blender tomato + lemon +this juice collected from the snail.
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Kwara college of education call off strike.

Kwara College of Education calls off strike*

Kwara State College of Education (Technical), Lafiagi has today called off their strike and announced resumption of normal academic activities.

It’s expected that on or before Thursday all state owned Colleges of Education would have called off the ongoing strike which they commenced under the previous administration in their respective colleges.

The strike was called off due to Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq prompt release of N250m for payment of salaries and re-accreditation of courses in the Colleges which is not just in line with his commitment to restore standards in the education sector but also his convenant with Kwarans to secure the future from today.

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BUHARI STEPS DOWN AS ECOWAS CHAIRMAN

ECOWAS heads of states and governments have elected President Issoufou Mahamadou of Niger as the chair of ECOWAS for a one-year term.

Mr Mahamadou was elected at the 55th Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS leaders on Saturday in Abuja, taking over from the outgone President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria.
A communiqué read by Mustapha Suleiman, permanent secretary of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the leaders lauded Mr Buhari for his commitment to regional integration.
ECOWAS also agreed to hold its next ordinary session on Dec. 21 in Abuja.
The presidents of 13 of the 15 heads of state were in attendance for the session.
They are the presidents of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Togo.
Cabo Verde was represented by Julio Cesar Lopes, Minister of Regional Integration and Senegal was represented by Amadou Ba, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Senegalese Abroad.
The session was also attended by the president of ECOWAS Commission Jean-Claude Brou and Mohamed Ibn Chambas, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel.
Others in attendance were president of the International Criminal Court, Justice Chile Eboe-Osuji and Mr Abdallah, president of the Commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union.
(NAN)

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BUHARI STEPS DOWN AS ECOWAS CHAIRMAN

ECOWAS heads of states and governments have elected President Issoufou Mahamadou of Niger as the chair of ECOWAS for a one-year term.

Mr Mahamadou was elected at the 55th Ordinary Session of the ECOWAS leaders on Saturday in Abuja, taking over from the outgone President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria.
A communiqué read by Mustapha Suleiman, permanent secretary of the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the leaders lauded Mr Buhari for his commitment to regional integration.
ECOWAS also agreed to hold its next ordinary session on Dec. 21 in Abuja.
The presidents of 13 of the 15 heads of state were in attendance for the session.
They are the presidents of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Togo.
Cabo Verde was represented by Julio Cesar Lopes, Minister of Regional Integration and Senegal was represented by Amadou Ba, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Senegalese Abroad.
The session was also attended by the president of ECOWAS Commission Jean-Claude Brou and Mohamed Ibn Chambas, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel.
Others in attendance were president of the International Criminal Court, Justice Chile Eboe-Osuji and Mr Abdallah, president of the Commission of the West African Economic and Monetary Union.
(NAN)

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Fortunate slave: story of Diallo Ayub sulaiman

tragedy. Enjoy and
TaqabbalalLahu minna wa minkum! Till next year, in sha Allah.

Ayuba Suleiman Diallo was born in 1701, in Eastern Senegal. He was raised in a religious household which led him to memorise the entire Quran at a young age and familiarize himself with the Maliki Madhab (school of thought). Even from a young age, he was revered for his amazing intelligence and incredible memory.


He and his father were slave traders, however, he himself was captured and fell victim to the Atlantic slave trade. When the slaver traders successfully captured him, they shaved his beard and shipped him off to Annapolis, Maryland in 1731. He was then sold to a family-owned tobacco plantation. Although Diallo experienced tremendous difficulties, he still maintained his daily prayers and Islamic rituals. The family which owned him would humiliate him by mocking him and throwing dirt on him when he prayed. This led him to run away, however, he was soon captured and taken to prison.

While he was in prison he met an English lawyer named Thomas Bluett. Bluett was impressed by Diallo’s piety, literacy, intelligence and adherence to faith. Bluett wrote about Diallo in his book ‘Some memoirs of the Life of Job’

“His memory was extraordinary; for when he was fifteen years old he could say the whole Alcoran [Quran] by heart…”

Diallo wrote a letter to his father who had traveled from Annapolis to England. This letter eventually landed in the hands of James Edward Oglethorpe. James, who just so happened to be the founder of the Georgia colony. Because the letter was written in Arabic, James had the letter translated at Oxford.

James was touched by the struggles presented in this letter. In fact, he felt so touched that he paid money to purchase Diallo’s freedom and bring him to England. Additionally James arranged to have slavery banned in Georgia, however, due to economic pressures in Georgia, the ban was lifted.

When Diallo arrived in England in 1733, he was treated as equal to white English people. He would talk to them casually (which was uncommon for black people to do at the time). Black people were held in low regards in terms of their intelligence, being seen as inferiors to the whites, so when Diallo would engage in theological debates with Christian priests and Bishops, people were impressed with his intelligence, monotheistic beliefs, and piety.

Before he returned to his home in Africa in 1734, a portrait was made of Diallo.

This portrait by William Hoare is no doubt beautiful. It’s a realistic depiction of light and shadows reflecting off his face to make it look very realistic. However, that isn’t the reason why this portrait is so special. If you have a look at portraits or depictions of people from African descent during the 18th century you’ll find some things that may disturb you. They are often depicted in ways that exaggerate their facial features in unnatural ways and are often never the subject of any painting, reduced to the background leaving the white man or woman the center of attention.

If you look closely at this portrait and compare it to William’s other portraits you’ll find that Diallo is illustrated as an equal to white people. This portrait is the first to depict an African Muslim ex-slave that uses the conventions of British portraiture that were common around this time. This is represented in his posture and frontal direction in his position.

Also, another thing to note is that when Diallo agreed to the portrait, he said he’ll do it as long as he is depicted in his traditional garb. But Diallo did not have access to the garb at the time he simply described what the garb looked like, and so what you see is the artist’s interpretation of Diallo’s description. To complete his look, finally, Diallo had hung this red book around his neck for William to illustrate. This book is one of three Quran’s Diallo had written purely from memory.

What is so amazing about this story is that Diallo wasn’t concerned with beautifying himself for the portrait like any of us today would do when taking a picture, but rather he wanted to represent his culture, religion and himself through this image. He didn’t lose his true identity as an African Muslim over two hard years of slavery.

Reference: Dailytrust.com.ng

Reference: Dailytrust.com.ng
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Effect of high expectations!

Expectations! Expectations !! Expectations!!!

Too much expectations in life reduce part of happiness in life which sometimes leads to being frustrate and may lead to taken of one life..

When you expect too much in your life..you will automatically bring sadness to your life…you compare yourself to people who has been struggling for decades other than those who are below your standards ..thereby drafting out what cannot be aquire within 10years and you trying toachieve it just between a month..

If you desire to live a peace ful life of minimize your expectations.

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Wife of Dr Muhammed morsi wrote:

The wife of Dr muhammed Morsi wrote we have washed his honourable bodey in the prison’s hospital and we have offered his family members (2 Son and a lawyer) we’re allowed to pray on him and he has been buried in the graveyard of the leaders of Muslims brotherhood for the security agency (govt) rejected being buried in his family graveyard ..innali Allah wainnah ilahi rajiun..😢

So no royal buried for a whole president of a Nation? Million of people were prevented from praying on him to maximize the reward of the janazah the same way imam Hasan Al-banaa was treated unjustly.

Who did this to Africa? The ummah is sick.

Pls all masjid should observe a congregational salaatul Ghaaib (funeral prayer in absentia for the martyr may Allah continue to shower his blessings upon him and preserve all callers of truth on goodness , heal this ummah Ya Allah🤲🤲Amin.

Philosophy of too much

*PHILOSOPHY ABOUT TOO MUCH*
1. If you speak too much, you will lie
2. If you think too much,you will be depressed
3. If you cry too much, you will lose your sight
4. If you care too much,you will be taken for granted
5. If you play too much, You will not be taken serious often
7. If you work too much, You will die of stress
8. If you eat too much, You will be obsessed
9.If you sleep too much, You will be idle
10. If you spend too much, You will have no future
11.If you wear make up too much, You will lose your beauty
12.If you look too much, You will lose your focus
13.If you pursue life too much, you will lose everything.
BUT……….
* When you pray too much, You will have everything
*When you are patients too much, you will have the whole world
*When you invest too much, You will have your future guaranteed
*When you let go too much, you will have peace of mind
*When you are careful too much, you will be saved of many evils.