#EXPLOSIVE! #Fredrick_Lugard Created #Nigeria to Last for 100 Years Only – #IBB” #SECRET #DOCUMENT #EXPOSED

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By #Lugards 1914 #Amalgamation #Document, Any
Region Can Secede in 2014 – Shuluwa”
Most of the nations with ethno-religious and
inter-ethnic disagreements and failed to do a
Sovereign National Conference, are either in
armed conflict (Congo DR) or have since
disintegrated – Yugoslavia, Sudan, Eritrea (from
Ethiopia), and even Scotland, from the UK, was
on the verge of opting out of an unpleasant
union and had a failed referendum.
December 31st 2013 – January 1, 2014, was the
last 24 hours for an amalgamated Nigeria
according to records trumpeted by significant
Nigerians, not excluding ex-military ruler Ibrahim
Badamosi Babangida (IBB).
Perhaps that was why we heared things like: ”A
Northerner Must Emerge in 2015 Or Nigeria Will
Divide – Lawal Kaita”
But long before then was this quote: “Since
1914, the British Government has been trying to
make Nigeria into one country, but the Nigerian
people themselves are historically different in
their backgrounds, in their religious beliefs and
customs and do not show themselves any signs
of willingness to unite … Nigerian unity is only a
British invention” – Alhaji Sir Abubakar Tafawa
Balewa who was reported by the TIME
MAGAZINE of October 10, 1960 to have said
there was no basis for Nigerian unity and it was
only a wish of the British.
Photo: Alhaji Abubakar Tafawa Balewa on TIME
cover
The word NORTH (AREWA), in Nigeria, is the
most echoed in the polity. It must have be
echoed a zillion times since January 1914 when
allocation of political and economic resources in
this vast land with vast opportunities and
natural endowments, began.
“The British needed the Railway from the North
to the Coast in the interest of British business.
Amalgamation of the South (not of the people)
became of crucial importance to British business
interest. He said the North and the South should
be amalgamated“.
“What is critical and important are the reasons
Lugard gave in his dispatches. They are as
follows: He said the North is poor and they have
no resources to run the protectorate of the
North. That they have no access to the sea;
that the South has resources and have educated
people“
“When the amalgamation took effect, the British
government sealed off the South from the North.
And between 1914 and l960, that’s a period of
46 years, the British allowed minimum contact
between the North and South because it was
not in the British interest that the North be
allowed to be polluted by the educated South.“
Photo: Alhaji Ahmadu Bello | The Sarduana of
Sokoto & founder of NPC.
Chief Richard Akinjide (SAN) recounted not long
ago, “I entered Parliament on December 12,
1959. When the North formed a political party,
the northern leaders called it Northern Peoples
Congress (NPC). They didn’t call it Nigeria
Peoples Congress. That was in accordance with
the dictum and policies of Lugard. When Aminu
Kano formed his own party, it was called
Northern Elements Progressive Union (NEPU) not
Nigerian Progressive Union. Northern Peoples
Congress was, back then, still exists in one form
or another in 2011- not without a Northern-
prefix! Sometimes, you still read Northern
Elements Political Forum! Indeed, these elements
have not changed! 50 years later, we are still
being confronted with a Northern Consensus
Candidate. Yar´Adua´s purported message to
Nigerians from his death bed via Hausa BBC in
Hausa language! Northern this, Northern that!
Not Nigerian!
Various anecdotal records also show why the
need for a SOVEREIGN NATIONAL CONFERENCE
is imperative for peace and development.
Late Harold Smith apologized to Nigerians with
this landmark confession:
“Our agenda was to completely exploit Africa.
Nigeria was my duty post. When we assessed
Nigeria, this was what we found in the southern
region; strength, intelligence, determination to
succeed, well established history, complex but
focused life style, great hope and aspirations…
the East is good in business and technology, the
west is good in administration and commerce,
law and medicine, but it was a pity we planned
our agenda to give power “at all cost” to the
northerner. They seemed to be submissive and
silly of a kind. Our mission was accomplished by
destroying the opposition at all fronts.
The west led in the fight for the independence,
and was punished for asking for freedom. They
will not rule Nigeria! Harold Smith confessed
that the Census results were announced before
they were counted. Despite seeing vast land with
no human but cattle in the north, we still gave
the north 55 million instead of 32 Million. This
was to be used to maintain their majority votes
and future power bid. He stated that the West
without Lagos was the most populous in Nigeria
at that time but we ignored that. The north was
seriously encouraged to go into the military.
According to him, they believe that the south
may attend western education, but future leaders
will always come from military background. Their
traditional rulers were to be made influential and
super human. The northerners were given
accelerated promotions both in the military and
civil service to justify their superiority over the
south. Everything was to work against the
south. We truncated their good plan for their
future.
“I was very sorry for the A.G; it was a great
party too much for African standard. We planned
to destroy Awolowo and Azikwe well, the west
and the east and sowed a seed of discord
among them”. We tricked Azikwe into accepting
to be president having known that Balewa will
be the main man with power. Awolowo has to
go to jail to cripple his genius plans for a greater
Nigeria. ‘’Looking at the northern leaders now ,
If they have any agenda in Nigeria at all, sadly it
is only for the north, and nothing for Nigeria….’’
Now this same census figures, very important in
allocation of positions and power within the
Sovereign called Nigeria, have been disputed
historically:
” On the conduct of the census in the East, Dr.
M.I.Okpara ( Photo smile emoticon says he gave strict
instructions that the figures were to be
absolutely true to the actual population and he
is sure that this was done. To those who tried
to ridicule him by saying that he had announced
the discovery of a new village in the course of
the census so as to inflate the figures in Eastern
Nigeria, Dr. Michael Iheonukara Okpara says, ” It
as a little fishing village in Eket that had been
overlooked. It was not discovered and it was a
village of only sixty people or more, which could
not have made much difference in our overall
population. The real test was that when the
exercise was repeated, our figure was the same
and the figure for the North had almost doubled.
” ~ Dr. M.I. Okpara—a biography ( C. Offodile)—
in Eket, Nigeria.
And recently we have heard, ”No credible census
in Nigeria since 1816 –NPC boss”
We thank God for technology, 95% geographic
facts can be ascertained with use of satellites…
”Jonathan declared support for National
Conference, mentions limitation”
The former president said his administration
was reviewing the possibility of convoking a
national conference.
President Goodluck Jonathan has
declared that his administration is not opposed
to dialogue among Nigeria’s various ethnic
nationalities and is reviewing the possibility of a
national conference, Mr. Jonathan said he was
not opposed to Nigerians coming together to
discuss how they would continue to live together
in peace and unity.
Speaking after receiving a memorandum from
The Patriots, led by Ben Nwabueze, on the need
for a national conference, Mr. Jonathan said that
the issue of Nigerians coming together to
discuss their future should not be out of place.
He told the group that there has been constant
discussion within government on how to create
an acceptable platform for a national dialogue
that will reinforce the ties that bind the
country’s many ethnic nationalities and ensure
that Nigeria’s immense diversity continues to be
a source of strength and greatness.
“The limitation we have is that the constitution
appears to have given that responsibility to the
National Assembly.
“I have also been discussing the matter with the
leadership of the National Assembly. We want a
situation where everyone will key into the
process and agree on the way forward,” he said.
Photo: Nigeria’s founding fathers in the 1960s
(left to right) | The Rt. Hon. Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe,
Alhaji Ahmadu Bello & Chief Obafemi Awolowo.
He thanked the Patriots for acknowledging the
Federal Government’s efforts to implement his
administration’s agenda for national
transformation.
“As a government, we are totally committed to
transforming this country, Positive things are
being done and by the grace of God, we will get
to where we ought to be as a nation,” he said.
The Patriots’ delegation included Ayo Adebanjo,
Solomon Asemota, Chris Okoye, Bola Kuforiji-
Olubi, Dan Suleiman, Kimse Okoko, and Michael
Orobator.
President Jonathan also welcomed the group’s
call for the moral re-orientation of Nigerians,
saying that he shared their belief that ongoing
efforts at national transformation and
development will be greatly enhanced and
facilitated by the cultivation of better national
ethics and attitudes.
Speaking to journalists after meeting with the
President, Mr. Nwabueze, a Professor of
Constitutional Law, said the convocation of a
national conference was the fastest way to
achieve the most needed transformation in the
country.
“We have done our own research; and we are
not perfect. But our own review is that we have
in this country 389 ethnic nationalities. We need
to bring these nationalities around a conference
table to discuss how we are going to live
together as one country in peace, in stability in
security as one country with the aim of
achieving national unity,” he said.
Mr. Nwabueze said Nigeria was not yet a nation
but a state and the convening of the national
conference should be seen “as a matter of
priority as soon as possible, in any event before
2015 general elections”.
The Patriots is among various pressure and
rights groups that have demanded the
convocation of a national conference to discuss Nigeria’s future.
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