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Martin Luther King Jr, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Malcom X, Beko Ransome -Kuti, Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti,Prof. Wole Soyinkan, Gani Fawehimi, SAN Femi Falana, Chief . M.K.O Abiola.
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This is a dirty and a monekey slap on nigerian face both homa and abroad ...Pls say Big No to USA envoy!

Dear Folks.....I 'm calling you all to action now to say 'BIG NO ' to USA envoy private vist to IIB.. 'This is a monkey slap on Nigerian citizen face both home nad abroad' ....the reason is that the US President Barack Husein Obama envoy arrivaled nigeria to pay a visit to former crooked dictortaship military junta president Ibrahim Gbadamosi Babaginda in order to disccuse the political sagacity of Nigeria and some vita issue concerning nation Economic . Well, i do tell my friends and wishiers that its this so called Westerner(European) and USA that aiding our corrupted politician crooked elites to safone Nigeria Public fund. Plsease send your comments widely.Thanks
For Cmapaign for Migrants Rights(C-M-R)Worldwide.
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Please join and support the new Nigeria Acting President Jonathan Goodluck to Inject and subhuman Dr.Riliwan Lukuman from Nigeria Cabinet and also from Nigeria Petrolum sector.
Your excellency sir, ...Mr .Acting president Jonathan Goodluck........Firstly, i wanna use this medium to champion your face to the problems that boisterous the people of Niger Delta since Nigeria got her independent from their Mafia master British colonial and this Mafia british colonial master trade and sold the rights of the people of Niger Delta to the Northerners .Inaddtion, The Niger Delta has been subgraded blessed naturally with nature resource ,.But, ever since Nigeria got her independent from their Mafia master colonial British who subhuman people of South-south to the quack northerner leaders(Alimajeris) and some of our crooked corrupted politician leaders who safone our public treasury and made . Sir, you need to injected Riliwan Lukuman out from nigeria minister and also from petrolum sector and also you need to re-address and to educate Nigerians both home and abroad about the project of University of petrolum . Sir, i will love you react now and reject the commission of Nigeria Insitutde of Petrolum in North because they don't have right to build nigeria insitutde of petrolum and technology otherwise nigeria will contiune facing disasterous .
God bless Nigeria...Amen !!!
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SW Radio Africa (London)

Zimbabwe: UN Refugee Agency Accused of 'Xenophobia' over Migrants
Alex Bell
12 February 2010

A refugee rights group in South Africa has accused the United Nations refugee agency of 'xenophobia,' for not affording Zimbabwean refugees the same treatment as other refugees in South Africa.

The group, People against Suffering, Suppression, Oppression and Poverty (PASSOP) has this week said that Zimbabwean refugees in South Africa are victims of a form of 'selective assistance' by organisations meant to help them. The group's Braam Hanekom said that these organisations, often funded or mandated by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), have refused to help Zimbabweans, who have been accused of being 'opportunistic.' Hanekom said, because Zimbabweans are usually classed as 'economic migrants,' they are not afforded the same rights as other refugees. He said such prejudice is "just another form of xenophobia."

Hanekom further accused the UNHCR of being deliberately 'malicious' towards a group of Zimbabweans still living in a refugee camp in the Western Cape. Last year, almost 2000 Zimbabweans from the De Doorns farming town were forced to flee their homes after angry locals went on the rampage, burning down shacks belonging to foreigners. The Zimbabweans fled to a makeshift refugee camp that was set up to house them, but more than three months later than camp is still at full capacity.

Research by migration experts has recently shown how the 'humanitarian nature' of the exodus of Zimbabweans to neighbouring Southern African countries has blurred the distinction between a 'refugee' and an 'economic migrant.' According to a report released late last year by the Forced Migration Studies Programme at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Zimbabweans fit neither category perfectly and instead fall between the cracks.

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"Official responses to Zimbabwean migration in Botswana, Malawi, Zambia and Mozambique are still premised on this distinction, and so are failing to protect both Zimbabweans and [their own] citizens," noted Zimbabwean Migration into Southern Africa: New Trends and Responses, a report released last December. The report detailed how those crossing the border were not refugees as most did not even apply for refugee status while, given the extent of economic collapse in Zimbabwe, were not considered to be 'voluntary' economic migrants either.

"Lack of protection of migrants in the region is based on a false distinction between a forced and an economic migrant, instead of focusing on the real and urgent needs some of these migrants have," the report said.

The report suggested that a better term would be 'forced humanitarian migrants,' who moved for the purpose of their and their dependents' basic survival.
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Your Excellency Sir……..Mr.President Jonathan Goodluck, this is my opion and advise to you overthere that you should please never listen to the crooked gang of nigerians elite politicians that are bed-bugs that sucking wealth and blood of citizen of nigerians by safone nigeria public treasury fund through the back-up of European and USA . Thus, sir, i send this words as advise and lecture to you mr.president Jothan Goodluck that you please try to play and always listen to one and only Prophet of living Lord God of host that came in form of man to this Earth planet ….our father, uncle, brother, mentor, activist, human rights, Black President Late Lengend Fela Kuti, the music track you need to listen to are this :
Confusion Break Bone , ITT , Sorrow tear and Blood , Teacher Don’t Me No Nonsense , ColonialMentality and last but not the least Beast Of No Nation(BONN). Sir, all this tracks will give you the result of future of nigeria. Prophet Abami Eda the man who saw the future has said all in his music song . Thanks!
Fela Kuti…Forever You Lives !…..God bless Nigeria..Amen !
Note : Sir …Nigerians both home and abroad vote (Big No ) to Stop designing or building all nigeria govt house in mosque structure or Islamic desing becos nigeria is not belong to muslim or christians alone… Ok? I warn !
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Jonathan fires NSA over Jos mayhem
Headlines Mar 9, 2010
Sympathizers at the site of the mass grave for victims of the Dogon Na Hauwa mayhem in Jos, yesterday.
*Aliyu Gusau is new Security Adviser *400 victims get mass burial *UN, Vatican mourn, appeal for calm
By Taye Obateru & Emmanuel Aziken
ABUJA— THE Jos crisis which led to the death of about 400 people on Sunday, has led to the sacking of the National Security Adviser, Sarki Mukhtar, by the Acting President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan.
To replace him is Aliyu Gusau, a one time National Security Adviser to former President, Olusegun Obasanjo.
Meantime, about 400 corpses of the victims of Sunday’s massacre were, yesterday, given a mass burial at Dogon Na Hauwa village in Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State amid tears and wailings.

This emerged as, former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon, said there was no alternative to dialogue in resolution of conflicts. He spoke at a peace conference on the recurring crisis in Jos.

From right, Acting President Goodluck Jonathan; the National Security Adviser, Alh. Seriki Mukhtar while the Chief of Defence Staff, Air Chief Marshal Paul D*** and the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Ibrahim Danbazau (l) watched at the opening of a crucial security meeting at the State House, Abuja. Photo by Abayomi Adeshida
Strong stench of decomposing human bodies permeated the air as the bodies were removed from the truck which conveyed them to the burial site. An elderly man collapsed and had to be revived on sighting the bodies lined up in the mass grave. He was later led away from the scene by some of his relations.

The burial was preceded by a funeral service at the village square where various clerics preached on the need for all to accept what has happened as the will of God.

State Commissioner for Works and Transport who headed the Rescue and Recovery Committee said three mass graves were dug for the bodies.

Sarki Mukhtar
He said about 380 were being buried at Dogon Na Hauwa while about 36 corpses would be buried in the two other graves. According to him, some of the bereaved made their own burial arrangements.

Police arrest 96 over the massacre

Meanwhile the Plateau State Police Command said that about 96 persons had been arrested over the massacre, with the Police spokesman, Mohammed Lerama, indicating in a statement, that four of the fleeing Fulanis were shot dead by the security men.

Speaking at the workshop on peace organized by the Institute for Governance and Social Research, Gowon lamented that the peaceful nature for which Plateau was known had been disrupted. He said the issues must be addressed honestly to resolve the problem.

While reiterating his commitment to one indivisible country, Gowon recalled that it was this commitment that made him resort to the use of force to keep the country one during the civil war.

He said: “Those who know me know that I have been on the side of peaceful resolution of all conflicts. If you will recall, as head of state, I did all that was possible to secure a peaceful resolution of the Nigerian crisis in the second half of the 1960s. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond my control, I had to use force to preserve the unity of our nation.”

Second Republic President, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, regretted that present leaders of the country were not doing enough to sustain the unity of the country which former leaders stood and fought for.

aliyu Gusau
He lamented: “if past national leaders fought to keep the unity of this country like Gowon did and late J.S Tarkar fought to keep the Middle Belt one, what are the present leaders doing to sustain the unity of Nigeria and Middle Belt?”

The conference was almost disrupted by pandemonium in the town following rumour of an outbreak of violence in some parts. This led to shut down of business houses and schools as people ran helter-skelter and scampered to their homes. However, there was calm after a while as people went about their businesses with most shops remaining shut throughout the day.

Troops deployed

Authorities deployed troops to arrest the marauding gangs that rampaged across villages near the city centre, where hundreds died in clashes early this year. Under fire for failing to prevent another outburst of sectarian violence, authorities said they had arrested scores of people in connection with the attacks.

Agency reports said that Muslim residents of the villages had been warned by phone text messages, two days prior to the attack, so they could make good their escape.

Dozens of university students, yesterday, carried placards outside a Jos hotel where several former heads of state and the state government held a peace conference.

Placards read: ‘We want peace in Plateau State’ and ‘Say no to genocide’.

In Bukuru and Dadin Kowa on the fringes of Jos, police fired warning shots to disperse protesters and rounded up youths trying to demonstrate, according to a police source.

Witnesses meanwhile described how victims in Sunday’s three-hour systematic orgy of violence, mainly women and children, were caught in animal traps and fishing nets as they tried to flee attackers who hacked them to death.

Vatican expresses sadness, concern

The Vatican, yesterday, lamented “horrible acts of violence” committed by machete-wielding gangs. Vatican spokesman, Federico Lombardi, told a news agency that the church reacted with “sadness and concern” to the violence in Jos, blaming it on Muslim pastoralists.

Asked to comment on the nature of the conflict, Lombardi deferred to Nigerian church authorities. The Archbishop of Abuja, John Onaiyekan, told Vatican Radio, yesterday, that the violence was rooted not in religion but in social, economic, tribal and cultural differences.

Ban Ki-moon appeals for calm

The United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, also appealed for “maximum restraint” amid revulsion at the slaughter of more than 500 Christians, as survivors told how the killers chopped down their victims.

Survivors said the attackers were able to separate the Fulanis from members of the rival Berom group by chanting ‘nagge’, the Fulani word for cattle. Those who failed to respond in the same language were hacked to death.

One report said the gangs shouted Allahu Akhbar before breaking into homes and setting them alight in the early hours of Sunday. Churches were among the buildings that were burnt down. Ban told reporters he was “deeply concerned,” adding: “I appeal to all concerned to exercise maximum restraint.”

200 hospitalized after attack – Plateau govt

The Plateau State Information Commissioner, Gregory Yenlong, who gave details of the attacks said more than 200 people had been hospitalized in Jos.

He said: “Most of the survivors are … receiving treatment. Over 200 are admitted in hospitals in Jos. People were attacked with axes, daggers and cutlasses – many of them children, the aged and pregnant women. Churches, houses and food stores were torched and crops were slashed with cutlasses.”

Atiku seeks improved intelligence gathering

Meantime, former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has tasked security agencies in the country to improve their intelligence gathering mechanism to be able to prevent the frequent massacre of innocent people in internal conflicts in the country.

Condemning the weekend killings in Jos, Plateau State in a statement, yesterday, Atiku called on the government to bring the perpetrators of what he described as a massacre to book.

He said: “Such horrific massacre of innocent people, especially women and children, has assumed a disturbing trend in the country and all those behind it must be prosecuted. Such killings dehumanize all of us. Nigerian security forces must review and overhaul their intelligence gathering capability to be able to nip in the bud this sort of wanton loss of lives and property.”

Atiku who said he was worried by the culture of impunity and brazenness with which these crimes were being committed, stressed that both the Federal Government and the Plateau State Government must do every thing possible to protect the lives of the people.
My Comments :
Dear Folks,
I am not astonish to see this horriable tragedy that committed by so called lunatic Hausa / Fulani muslim terrorist in Jos because they were backed and supported by so call Ret.Gen military men in North in Nigeria . Because , i do say it confidently all time that -is …’ Nigeria is nation of shadow of fear and a ‘ Edge of Darkness nation among the World .’ Beacuse, Nigeria leaders are just power dunker and moreso because there’s no electric power in the country and no security.
Thus, the great icon and the man who saw the futu…re of Nigeria, Africa and the rest of Continents ,late Afrobeat king Fela Kuti popularly called Abami Eda …Ele ni yan was truly human rights , activist and prophet . In nutshell, i say to you all that this great late lengend Fela Kuti is a prophet in human skin who turly sent from kingdom of heaven to this World to minister to the bad peple who are humanising and oppressed unprivilegde one and commiting big crime .
Please listen to this music via this site : 1, Army Arrangement, 2, M.O.P( Movement of the People), 3, O.D.O ( Overtake don Overtake Overtake), 4, Power Show. 5, Shuffering &Shimiling. 6, Just Like That.
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God bless you and perfect you soul in peace Fela Kuti ….Amin ooo!!!!
Fela Kuti…forever you live on ! I love you .
God bless Nigeria!!!!!!….Amin !
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At 10:30am on December 3, 2010, akinleye bolaji said…
At 10:08am on March 20, 2010, Edwin Aka said…
Dear if .. one kill a person.. its not a Genocide.. but a murder.. right?
At 5:39pm on March 15, 2010, Titi Bello said…
Thanks 4 ur hand of friendship and also, my pleasure to make the comment. I do enjoy informative and intellectual talks. May Allah guide us rightly and may He continue to be your shield in ur course of righteousness!

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