I SUE AND CALL ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN HAGUE TO SEND ARREST WARRANT TO FORMER NIGERIA MOST TERRORIST MILITARY JUNTA DICTATOR HEAD OF STATE GEN. IBRAHIM BADAMASI BABANGIDA FOR GENOCIDE!

Dear Folks,
          I SUE AND CALL ON INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT IN HAGUE  TO SEND ARREST WARRANT TO FORMER NIGERIA MOST TERRORIST MILITARY JUNTA DICTATOR HEAD OF STATE GEN. IBRAHIM BADAMASI BABANGIDA FOR GENOCIDE!
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I Mr. Abdul-ganiu .Olamilekan Cole founder / Global Cordinator and the rest members of the movement groups Campaign for Migrants Rights (C-M-R) Worldwide , a vibrant and non-profit international NGO and also a substantial international member of Amnesty International USA / UK , Human Rights Watch USA, Reform Immigration For USA, Immigrant Solidarity Network USA (ISN) and the rest NGO'S Worldwide.Thus, I am using this media as opportunity to sue and to call on International Criminal Court in Hague to send international arrest warrant to Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida ( IBB) former nigeria most terrorist junta dictator head of state for genocide he committed during his regime tenure as dicator junta head state of Nigeria .And moreso, I call upon Nigerians home and those residing in aborad to organise union because there's power in Union rather than divided in places in order to make international campaing rally both ( HOME & ABROAD) to stop the presidencial ambition of sycophant Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB) 2011 that was backed and supported by US pupet President Barack Husein Obama and few crooked US and Britain Governments . Nigerians should ignore US and British to desicide nigeria political sagacity.For Campaign for Migrants Rights(C-M-R) Worldwide. Abdul-ganiu. Olamilekan ColeTel : 00212655866156
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President Babangida 2011: Forces line behind ex-military president to succeed Yar’Adua
By VINCENT UKPONG KALU Saturday, March 6, 2010 Within the week, when the leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) publicly declared that the North will occupy the Presidency till 2015, the coast was cleared for aspirants from that part of the country to oil their political machinery for the 2011 electoral contest. Babangidaadvertisem ent One of those who may be the direct beneficiaries of that policy is former Military President, General Ibrahim Babangida, especially since it is almost foreclosed that President Umar Musa Yar’Adua will not seek re-election. Saturday Sun gathered that in the last three months, as Yar’Adua’s health problem rocked the nation, many forces, within the country and outside, have been shopping for his likely replacement in 2011. Sources revealed that the choice has been narrowed down to Babangida, a member of the PDP. It is generally believed that the death of his wife had put a stop to his ambition of returning to Aso Rock but a close IBB confidant said that, the manner Nigerians sympathised with him during his trying period has humbled him the more and if given the opportunity he wants to reciprocate by giving Nigerians quality and good governance. The message of appreciation he sent to Nigerians conveys his emotion on the love Nigerians showed his family. In the message, he stated, “my dear compatriots, you have once again stood by us at a time and moment when my family and I are need your support, consolation and prayers. No amount of gratitude and appreciation I could offer to you could convey succinctly how deeply touched and grateful my family and I are to all of you… my family is most humbled by these kind words and expressions you conveyed to extol the virtues of my late wife during your visits.� Last September, three months before the death of his wife, he said he would make consultations before taking a position on the 2011 presidential elections. He then admitted that not only his aides and associates, but various interest groups were mounting pressure on him to return to partisan politics. Now that the pressure has included the US, would he take a position? Time will tell. Some elements in the North believe that he is not only qualified to occupy the highest political office in the country but is also popular, having been head of state for eight years. Also, foreign countries, which want stability in the country are said to have equally penciled down Babangida for support, ahead of 2011 elections. The US connection It was gathered that the United States has indicated interest in Babangida and has actually reached out to him on its thinking. Sources said that the recent visit of a strong US delegation to Nigeria, comprising Jonnie Carson, the country’s assistant secretary of state for African Affairs and Robin Sanders, its ambassador to Nigeria is part of the plan to draft Babangida to the 2011 race. It was gathered that even though Babangida has not come out openly to declare his interest for the 2011 presidential election, the pressure on him is high. Sources said that due to the calibre of forces urging him to join the race, he would buckle eventually. A source maintained that the US has followed the political situation in the country and has come to the conclusion that Nigeria needs a president who would restore confidence and leadership. It said that many people have been considered. Sources said that among those considered is Brig-General Buba Marwa, former Nigeria’s military attaché to the US and current Nigeria’s Ambassador to South Africa. He was said to have been dropped because the US group believes that it may be difficult for the former governor of Lagos State to be accepted by other parts of the country. It was gathered that Babangida eventually got endorsement after people like Mr. George Bush Sr, who was president in US when Babangida was military president in Nigeria put in words. The Bush Snr. support, it was gathered, informed why immediate past US president, George W. Bush, wanted to meet with Babangida when he visited Nigeria for the ThisDay awards. Before the President Barrack Obama’s delegation to Babangida, the US and European Union had lamented the uncertainty in Nigeria, caused by the absence of President Yar’Adua. In a joint statement signed by US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, British Foreign Secretary, David Miliband, France’s Foreign Minister, Bernard Kouchner and European Union High Representative, Catherine Ashton, the US and EU noted: “Nigeria is going through a period of uncertainty because of the prolonged illness of President Musa Yar’Adua. Nigeria’s stability and democracy carry great significance beyond its immediate borders, given its importance as a global oil producer and stabilising force in West Africa.� In the quest to help Nigeria get stability, the US therefore, wants a leader it thinks would build institutions, as President Obama earlier suggested. However, apart from the US, it was gathered that Nigerians, especially power brokers in the North are also putting pressure on Babangida to join the race for next year’s presidency. Maryam death angle It was gathered that the death of Babangida’s wife, Maryam, last December 27, served as a rallying point for some politicians, who want Babangida back at the presidency. Within the period when Maryam was buried and her 40th day fidau, paraphernalia of offices of state governments across the country literally relocated to Minna. At Minna even though politicians came for mourning, there were reconciliation of political foes and realignment of political forces. Initially, there was the belief that the death of Maryam would sound the death knel on Babangida’s comeback hope, but the goodwill that came with it boosted the confidence of the retired general, it was gathered. Babangida’s confidant said that the manner Nigerians, from all walks of life sympathised with him, during his trying period, humbled Babangida the more and made him to hope that an opportunity would come for him to reciprocate by giving the Nigerian people quality and good governance. The message of appreciation he sent to Nigerians conveyed his emotion on the love Nigerians showed his family. In the message, he stated: “ My dear compatriots, you have once again stood by us at a time and moment when my family and I need your support, consolation and prayers.� The North’s thinking It was gathered that the northern political elite, believing that it gambled and lost out with the Yar’Adua presidency, thinks that with a candidate like Babangida the geopolitical zone will bounce back to political reckoning, just as General Olusegun Obasanjo brought back South West to political relevance at the federal level. Sources said that the declaration that no serving or former governor from the North will succeed Yar’Adua was part of the signal to draft Babangida into the race. Indeed, a frontline northern critic and retired Army Major, Abubakar Umar, had warned that the northern governors, who are nursing the ambition of succeeding Yar’Adua should bury such plans. According to him, none of these northern governors is competent to rule the country. He said that some of the governors, apart from their dismal performance, were found wanting when the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) checked their books. Considering the offer It was gathered that Babangida is considering the offer to succeed Yar’Adua. He is said to be examining the various forces angling for his entry into the race, to ascertain if they mean well or just want to drag him out and disgrace him. Also, he wants to be sure that Nigerians would accept him. Sources close to him said that one of the ways the former Head of State wants to find out how Nigerians feel about him was for his associates to commission a research to find out how Nigerians would receive his entry into the presidential race. It was gathered that this move is preparatory to him officially declaring to replace Yar’Adua next year. Former national treasurer of PDP, Dr. Godwin Daboh, who is among those putting pressure on Babangida to join the 2011 race, had said that result of research conducted in the six geopolitical zones showed that over 70 percent of Nigerians want Babangida in the presidency in 2011. This seems to have buoyed the confidence of the group, which are surreptitiously revving their political structures. With such finding, associates of Babangida have subtly started making comments to prepare the ground. One of his former aides and ex-military intelligence officer when Babangida was in power, Captain Sagir Mohammed (retd), recently said that the constitution is clear on who could be presidential candidate. According to him, “the Nigerian people who decide who becomes the president have not, in any way, foreclosed his possibility of becoming the president and we have no proof that those few who want him not to contest, represent the view of Nigerian people.� He remarked that General Babangida holds the record as one of the greatest leaders that have ever ruled the country, since the period of amalgamation, adding that he has a record of achievements unsurpassed by many Nigerian leaders before and after him. The former military officer said Nigerians now have the unique opportunity of comparing the Babangida regime with what the country has had after him. Resurrecting political structures It was gathered that Babangida has refused to disclose his political activities for fear of being accused of contributing in heating up the polity and destablising the Yar’Adua government. Sources said that he wants to meet with President Yar’Adua, to ascertain his plan for 2011 before making a public declaration on his intention. In the meantime, it was gathered that his political associates have started resurrecting his political structures secretly, preparatory to his declaration. One of them, who pleaded anonymity said: “We are now resurrecting our structures because it is evident that going by the internal and external pressures mounted on IBB to run for 2011 presidential election, he would succumb. The unity and progress of this country is very uppermost in his mind.� His clout Events have proved that Babangida is a force to be reckoned with in PDP and the polity. In 2006, many people picked nomination forms for various offices because Babangida was expected to run for the president. Some of them, especially those who wanted to be governors, had actually paid the non-refundable N2m to pick nomination forms. They, however, dropped their aspirations when it became clear that Babangida was no longer interested in the presidency, following the aspiration of Yar’Adua. Babangida had put what happened into perspective then when he said that he pulled out because he did not want to go into a contest with any member of the Yar’Adua family because he saw them as his brothers. He revealed that Yar’Adua’s father had told him not to ever do anything that would put him on collision course with any of his children, as they grew up together. http://odili. net/news/ source/2010/ mar/6/500. html

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Guy, do you even know the meaning of Genoside?
Helloo Kiriji,
Hahaha....!!!!hmmm!!!!...Well, first and foremost, thank to you for visiting my page and also being courageous to reply me back Kiriji. in a nutshell, i will simply answer your above question in form that whether i know the meaning of "Genocide? " ....firstly, i want you to know that the word term "genocide" did not exist before 1944. It is a very specific term, referring to violent crimes committed against groups with the intent to destroy the existence of the group. Human rights, as laid out in the U.S. Bill of Rights or the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, concern the rights of individuals. Ok? then, the meaning of Word Term " Genocide" itself is ... means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: (a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group. Thus, tell me your own view on nigeria economic, politics and the current situation in Nigeria?
In addition, Kiriji, could please express youreslf and thoughts about US Puppet president Barack Husein Obama playing political relationship game with the ex- most terrorist junta dictator military head of sate of federal republic of Nigeria ...Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IIB) the man who killed Dele Giwa with letter bomb and 135 nigeria / ghana briliant young military officer via crash plane in Ejigbo-Ikotun, Lagos state, Nigeria. Please Answer me..Ok? Thanks!
For Campaign for Migrants Rights (C-M-R)Worldwide.
Abdul-ganiu.Olamilekan Cole


Kiriji1 said:
Guy, do you even know the meaning of Genoside?
Mr Abdul-Ganiyu, you are very strong O! somebosy will soon send Virus to your computer if you keep writing like this.

I am not a Babangida apologist, but I believe he is bestowed a lot of importance he doesn't warrant or deserve. Anyway the less said about him the better

Where I really have a problem is you calling Obama a puppet. why is he a puppet and who is pulling his strings?
Thanks so much for your great contributions my dear fellow patriotic Nigerian. Infact, i am pleased and honoured .
Well, Kiriji, i will love you to read my confirmation reports below in order to understand my stand ....Ok?
Dear Folks,
I do say it confidently time to time to you all that "WHITE POWER IN BLACK FACE" US FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA CONFIRM HILLARY CLINTON PRESIDENT IN OVAL OFFICE IN WHITE HOUSE , WASHINGTON DC 10, USA.

Quote...." As Michelle Obama launched a State Department commemoration of International Women's Day, she ...briefly stumbled over Clinton's job title. "Let me thank my dear friend, Senator - Secretary Clinton. I almost said, 'President Clinton,' " said the first lady to laughter and applause. "But let me thank you for that kind introduction, and most of all thank you for your friendship, thank you for your support, and thank you for your indispensable advice in getting me through this first year and helping me figure out how to get my family settled in our new life in D.C."
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In a fitting show of solidarity for International Women's Day, First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made light of the brutal 2008 battle Clinton conducted to defeat Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination. As Michelle Obama launched a State Department commemoration of International Women's Day, she briefly stumbled over Clinton's job title. "Let me thank my dear friend, Senator - Secretary Clinton. I almost said, 'President Clinton,' " said the first lady to laughter and applause. "But let me thank you for that kind introduction, and most of all thank you for your friendship, thank you for your support, and thank you for your indispensable advice in getting me through this first year and helping me figure out how to get my family settled in our new life in D.C."

The exchange stood as another rebuke to a favored theme of the Beltway pundit set: that tensions between the Obamas and the Secretary of State still run high. More than that, though, the series of events that the first lady presided over drew wider attention to the stubborn lags in gender equality beyond the developed Western world. Both women stressed this issue in their respective speeches. As Secretary Clinton put it, the world "can't solve problems of financial crisis, climate change, disease and poverty if half of the population is left behind."

Monday marked the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. The day doesn't get a great deal of attention within the United States, but many other countries honor it with a national holiday. Nations that officially honor it are far flung, ranging from China and Russia to Macedonia and Vietnam. Some countries will encourage men to lavish gifts on the women in their lives, in the tradition of greeting-card holidays like Father's Day and Mother's Day. Other countries promote women-only commemorations of the day, with all-female parties and dinners.

The first lady also picked up on these ideas of stronger public recognition for women in her remarks on Monday, when the White House hosted its own event marking the importance of the March 8th holiday. "I get to speak while he stands and watches," the first lady announced, as the president looked on. She then told the president, "Look at me adoringly," to laughter from the crowd. He obliged with the reply, "I can do that"-whereupon she mock-chided him with the follow-up command, "With sincerity."



Still, as the more sober event at the State Department drove home, International Women's Day is still an occasion of danger, rather then levity, in some parts of the world. In 2007, numerous men and women were beaten and arrested by government officials in Iran for merely planning to celebrate the holiday.


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Kiriji1 said:
Mr Abdul-Ganiyu, you are very strong O! somebosy will soon send Virus to your computer if you keep writing like this.

I am not a Babangida apologist, but I believe he is bestowed a lot of importance he doesn't warrant or deserve. Anyway the less said about him the better

Where I really have a problem is you calling Obama a puppet. why is he a puppet and who is pulling his strings?
Thanks so much for your great contributions my dear fellow patriotic Nigerian. Infact, i am pleased and honoured .
Well, Kiriji, i will love you to read my confirmation reports below in order to understand my stand ....Ok?
Dear Folks,
I do say it confidently time to time to you all that "WHITE POWER IN BLACK FACE" US FIRST LADY MICHELLE OBAMA CONFIRM HILLARY CLINTON PRESIDENT IN OVAL OFFICE IN WHITE HOUSE , WASHINGTON DC 10, USA.

Quote...." As Michelle Obama launched a State Department commemoration of International Women's Day, she ...briefly stumbled over Clinton's job title. "Let me thank my dear friend, Senator - Secretary Clinton. I almost said, 'President Clinton,' " said the first lady to laughter and applause. "But let me thank you for that kind introduction, and most of all thank you for your friendship, thank you for your support, and thank you for your indispensable advice in getting me through this first year and helping me figure out how to get my family settled in our new life in D.C."
For Campaign for Migrants Rights (C-M-R)Worldwide.
Abdul-ganiu.Olamilekan Cole
Tel : 00212655866156
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ynews/ynews_ts1241
YES IT TIME SOMEONE GET THAT PUNK ASS DIRTY IDIOT FOR ALL HIS CRIMES!
Dear Mr Olamilekan

Do you have any facts or figures to support your claim?
Or are you looking for attention?

I dont think you will become famous by writing defamatory article about the former head of state (IBB).
I believe that every Nigerian who meets the requirements set by INEC/His Party should be given the right to run for the presidency unless proven otherwise.

Please we are in the so called "Democracy".

Until you can provide evidence to support your claim.. please desist or the so called "law of karma" may come to you :-)

Yours Sincerely

Ed
Mr. Abdul-Ganiy,I salute your courage to launch such a call and I want to believe you have done your homework and fully harmed with convincing and substantial facts.

However, i implore you to tread softly cos "Igi to to kii pe nigbo" (Meaning: The righteous don't last)

While wishing all Nigerians well, I beseech GOD ALMIGHTY to rescue us from the shackles of the callous cabals that parade themselves as our leaders. Also, I reach out to fellow Nigerians to buckle up and decide the nation's fate come 2011. May God spare our lives beyond then. Let us liberate this nation from being run like a family conglomerate and let us refute any soul trading 150million people to compensate an ill fated family!
Thank to you Titi Bello, well, i wanna let you that its due time for us to stand up to fight for our rights from so call cabal and quack crooked nigerian politicians elites who are so heartless and greedy . In a nutshell, its due time to educate and re-orientate our youths , adults and elders who loves to sold their voting power rightsto all this quack cabal politicians. Thus, i wanna let you know that all conners of the south-west and south-south to form a Union and make a democracy campaign rally to change nigeria from slip rock to great salvation rock , thus, there's in ' UNIONISM ' there's great power in it and so collective in faith, spirit and strenght and it blessed by the living infinity Lord God of host and maker of heaven and earth .
Titi, Please always remember and try listen to what Fela Kuti has said about Nigeria , Africanism,and United Nations( UN) ... De Baba , Abami Eda, Ele ni yan have spoken in his music. Thanks! God bless nigeria...Amin ooo !!!
For Campaign for Migrants Rights (C-M-R)Worldwide.
Abdul - ganiu.Olamilekan Cole
Tel : 00212655866156

Titi Bello said:
Mr. Abdul-Ganiy,I salute your courage to launch such a call and I want to believe you have done your homework and fully harmed with convincing and substantial facts.

However, i implore you to tread softly cos "Igi to to kii pe nigbo" (Meaning: The righteous don't last)

While wishing all Nigerians well, I beseech GOD ALMIGHTY to rescue us from the shackles of the callous cabals that parade themselves as our leaders. Also, I reach out to fellow Nigerians to buckle up and decide the nation's fate come 2011. May God spare our lives beyond then. Let us liberate this nation from being run like a family conglomerate and let us refute any soul trading 150million people to compensate an ill fated family!
IT'S A PITY THAT YOU NOT FOCUSED.WHAT IS GENOCIDE MY FRIEND? PLEASE KINDLY STATE(S) THE AREAS WHERE IBB WENT WRONG WHEN HE WAS HEAD STATE?
Helloo Olisakwe Felix
Hahaha....!!!!hmmm!!!!...Well, first and foremost, thank to you for visiting my page and also being courageous to reply me back Olisa. I will simply answer your above question in form that whether i know the meaning of "Genocide? " ....firstly, i want you to know that the word term "genocide" did not exist before 1944. It is a very specific term, referring to violent crimes committed against groups with the intent to destroy the existence of the group. Human rights, as laid out in the U.S. Bill of Rights or the 1948 United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, concern the rights of individuals. Ok? then, the meaning of Word Term " Genocide" itself is ... means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: (a) Killing members of the group; (b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part; (d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group; (e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group. Thus, tell me your own view on nigeria economic, politics and the current situation in Nigeria?
In addition, could please express youreslf and thoughts about US Puppet president Barack Husein Obama playing political relationship game with the ex- most terrorist junta dictator military head of sate of federal republic of Nigeria ...Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IIB) the man who killed Dele Giwa with letter bomb and 135 nigeria / ghana briliant young military officer via crash plane in Ejigbo-Ikotun, Lagos state, Nigeria. Please Answer me..Ok? Thanks!
For Campaign for Migrants Rights (C-M-R)Worldwide.
Abdul-ganiu.Olamilekan Cole

olisakwe felix said:
IT'S A PITY THAT YOU NOT FOCUSED.WHAT IS GENOCIDE MY FRIEND? PLEASE KINDLY STATE(S) THE AREAS WHERE IBB WENT WRONG WHEN HE WAS HEAD STATE?
If u take IBB to court for Genociide, OBASANJO nko?
Odi, Ife-Maudakeke, Shagamu, OPC lagos, Zaki-Biam, Yelwan Shandam, Jos, Kaduna, Kano, Abia, etc or is it the cases of Bola Ige, Chuba Okadigbo, Marshall Harry, Dekibo, Funsho williams, Shiek Jafar, Rimi's wife, etc or is it Bell View airlines, ADC, etc or the bombs ignited in Ikeja.
You are just biased, sentimental and a bloody nonentity and as one said you dont even know what genocide is!!!!
Get your facts right pls and know who is to be reported

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