Nigerian Diaspora GCSDN reject Buhari’s election; it was a bloody coup!

When Zimbabwean soldiers freed their country from the dictatorial hold of Robert Mugabe, our soldiers used the gun to intimidate and kill Nigerians during elections as a way of enforcing Buhari’s second coup against the unarmed Nigerian people. Now that elections are over, we shall see whether Nigerian soldiers and police will attend a different market from other Nigerians. We are in the same boat. So as a trained soldier, if a public servant tells you to shoot a Nigerian during election, you will just shoot? Fela Anikulapo Kuti was right afterall. Is election war? Is that your training? For any Nigerian you kill for any baseless reason, that is how another soldier like you will kill a member of your family in another part of the country. Whatever comes around goes around. Whenever you use soldiers for elections, you are executing a coup to either forcefully change a government or to remain in office. 47 Nigerians were killed in that election excluding the unreported cases in remote areas. That was not an election it was a war without enemies.Where is the often flaunted integrigity of Buhari? Votes at gun point?

As long as we continue with this ballot box and ballot paper nonsense, Nigerian elections will continue to be theatres of war. We must quickly develop electronic voting system for the 2023 elections where data in our PVC are transferred to our telephone sim cards that will enable us to vote from the convenience of our homes. Nigerian elections will continue to be theatres of war unless we reduce the salaries of politicians strictly according to the law as stipulated by the Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission. A Senator must not be earning more than a Permanent Secretary and no former governor must receive pension. Politicians kill Nigerians not because they want to serve us, but because they want to serve themselves and their families through looting and receiving mind blowing salaries. Yet our country is highly indebted.

Mamood Yakubu has gone down in history as the master minder of the worst election ever organized in Nigeria. Any foreign leader that stretches forth his hand to congratulate Buhari will equally have the blood of slain Nigerians in his or her hand. We are not surprised that somebody like Paul Biya of Cameroon congratulated Buhari. Birds of the same feather. He equally has the blood of Cameroonians in his hands. The other few countries congratulating Buhahi are the same ones benefitting from the fortunes and misfortunes of Nigeria. Rigging is worse enough but Buhari and his agents superritended over the killing of Nigerians in a desperate move to retain power. The Section 14 subsection 2b of the Nigerian Constitution (As amended) states that the welfare and security of the citizens shall be the primary purpose of the government… Instead of securing Nigerians, you kill them. Chapter 1 article 4 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights states: Every human being shall be entitled to respect for his life and the integrity of his person. Article 3 of The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations affirms: everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person.

In the light of these, we Nigerians in Diaspora under the platform of the Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria, hereby declare that the Nigerian Presidential election held on 23 February 2019 was neither free nor fair. It clearly made a mockery of elections. We cannot accept an election result where the sitting President used the ammunitions of state to terrorize and kill Nigerians. You cannot keep your children at home, deploy soldiers to your Minister of Transportation, kill Nigerians in Rivers state and you want us to recognize you as a President. You are a killer President. You have ignored the many deaths of Nigerians before now therefore, more deaths mean nothing to you. Any foreign leader that stretches his or her hands to congratulate Muhammadu Buhari equally has blood in his hands. We refuse to address Muhammadu Buhari as His Excellency since he rode to power with the blood of Nigerians

Britain is daily profiting from terrorism; Return Nigerian artefacts now!

What you called slave trade is what I call colonial terrorism. You stole and seized our people into forced slavery at gun point. That is history. That is forgiven, though no genuine apology or restitution was made. Till date, the British government continue to benefit from acts of terrorism and this must stop. Your Cambridge English dictionary simply defines terrorism as threats of or violent action for political purposes.

In February 1897, the British troops in terrorist fashion committed a despicable violent act against Nigerians. They traveled without invitation, from their natural habitation in London- 3,140 miles or 5,054 kilometers away, to invade and terrorize our people in the great Benin Empire of Nigeria. They ruthlessly burnt the empire to the ground, tortured and killed thousands of us, forced the King to flee his palace, looted our treasures of bronze and ivory artefacts and desecrated one of the richest cultures of ancient Africa. Till date, Britain daily celebrate the many symbols of that genocide and terrorism as they continue to house and commercialize, with brazen effrontery, our cherished and price-less artefacts caged in the British museum on the British soil. People have been paying money for many years to see the objects of terrorism caged and put in your museum. You continue to use the proceeds of your terrorist act to develop your economy. You have been re-investing the proceeds of your terrorist act in renovating the British museum periodically in order to attract more visitors. The British museum is the most visited attraction in Britain. It was visited by 5.9million persons in 2017. Visitors who came to see our looted treasures. Whoever pay or donate money to see the looted artefacts of Nigeria stolen with the instrument of the gun and torture by the British people, is supporting and investing in terrorism. In that bloody invasion of the Benin empire, children were slaughtered like chickens, pregnant women were burst open and our men were massacred before entire villages were burnt, flat to ashes. Many women and young girls were allegedly raped and many others were displaced and never reunited with their families. The blood of our people is on every penny you count as profit today in the British museum. Our eyes are still very red, but we refuse to cry by the actions of your forefathers against humanity. We know you are innocent of the crime but as long as you continue to keep and commercialize our cherished artefacts, you are equally guilty. You turned our blood into your gain



THEY invaded and terrorized our people in the great Benin Empire of Nigeria. They ruthlessly burnt the empire to the ground, tortured and killed thousands of us, forced the King to flee his palace, looted our treasures of bronze and ivory artefacts and desecrated one of the richest cultures of ancient Africa.

In that bloody invasion of the Benin empire, children were slaughtered like chickens, pregnant women were burst open and our men were massacred before entire villages were burnt, flat to ashes. Many women and young girls were allegedly raped and many others were displaced and never reunited with their families. Many, many died without graves. These actions and the eventual looting of artefacts from Nigeria are clear cases of terrorism. Cambridge English dictionary simply defines terrorism as threats of or violent action for political purposes.

Till date the British government continue to commercialize the products of terrorism by keeping our artefacts in the London museum where people pay money daily, to see the proceeds of terrorism.

Africans, British citizens and good people of the world, if you are genuinely interested in the fight against terrorism, against injustice, against oppression and in support of human rights, this is the time to show it. The Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria respectfully invite you to kindly join us in our WORLD PROTEST AGAINST TERRORISM in London by 11.30 a.m on Saturday the 9th day of March 2019 as we take a solemn protest march to the British museum in London based on my political ideology of revolution without ammunition.

Meeting point is London: Paul”s Station by Cheapside Exit in front of Tesco Express ( 14-16 St. Martin”s Le Grand, London EC2V 6BJ). From there we shall together, walk peacefully to the British museum. There we shall hold prayer sessions in honour of those that were terrorized and massacred in Nigeria before the artefacts were forcefully looted. Thereafter, we shall sing for the return of our artefacts. We shall continue to do this from Saturday the 9th day of March 2019 till the artefacts are returned. Please share this message. Come with your placards and banners. See you in London at the WORLD PROTEST AGAINST TERRORISM. Thank you in advance for coming.







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INEC is a huge National embarrassment…

Today Nigeria is a mockery in the world in various ways because of irresponsible persons in office. All the problems created around the election has been intentionally orchestrated to provoke Nigerians into taking laws in their hands. We refuse to react in any violent way inimical to national security, democracy and development. The Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria hereby call on all Nigerians to remain focussed and steadfast towards participating in the elections by voting for total change as history is about to be made. Do not be disappointed or frustrated for the effort you have put in so far. Good things don’t come easy. Please go back and vote as scheduled. God is only creating disorder and confusion in the midst of the forces of darkness that has held our country down for too long. This is Go din motion. We strongly believe in one indivisible and progressive Nigeria. Nigeria must overcome. Our prayers and efforts are not in vain.

189 billion naira was released to INEC for this election N53.2 billion was budgeted for security N310 million to feed security dogs and N7million to feed 50 horses.  Then we started hearing that 17 sacks of ballot papers impounded, Nigerians were intentionally frustrated by INEC from collecting their voters’ cards, result sheets found with one Gaius in Abia state; newspaper vans were allegedly used to distribute prepared ballot papers;  in Kaduna state 66 Nigerians were killed on the eve of the election including 22 children and 12 women with a new Inspector General of police and a Governor El-Rufai who receives huge monthly security votes. The same El-Rufai that promised to kill foreign observers and return their corpses in body bags. Now nobody is talking about those precious Nigerians that have been killed because some demons and looters must kill to get into office. A Special adviser to the Governor of Delta state was also shot dead. Why do web ring out the beast in us because of elections? In developed countries you will not even know that elections are ongoing because things go on normally. All the ballot papers for Niger state were stolen on election eve; in that same Niger state, one Mohammed Sani Musa  a.k.a Sani 313 who is an APC  Senatorial candidate for Niger East Senatorial district is the same person whose company Activate Technology Limited was allegedly contracted by INEC to supply the machine for the printing of  Permanent Voters’ Cards. So why has Buhari and INEC been telling us that there will be a free and fair election? Are these the indices for free and fair elections?

Nigerian do or die politicians are too demonic to be handled by today’s  weak and porous INEC.

Nigerian 2019 Presidential election is the final whistle

The time has finally come for us to decide as a people. Do we vote again for those that have ruined our country for 20 years? The world is watching to see if we are foolish. It is an election between the forces of light and darkness. It is between failure and promise. It is between a better tomorrow and the many sorrows of today.

“THIS IS A PDP STATE.”  “THIS IS AN APC STATE” “THIS IS AN APGA STATE” There is nothing like that!
UNTIL we free ourselves from this manipulative statements by self-seeking politicians, true change and development will not come. No state belong to any political party; neither does your conscience.
Break that yoke; it is political slavery.

Over 7000 Nigerians killed between January 2018 and today in a country where we are not fighting war. Death from Boko haram, herdsmen, and police brutality. 13.2 million children on the street. In 2021 our dear country will be the country in the world with the highest number of children that will die before the age of five. As blessed as we are, Many, many Nigerians can no longer afford a square meal. Bamboos are used as bridges and rickety canoes are daily used to ferry children to school.

Panties, hair and human parts are sold for ritual purposes. For 20 years the government of PDP and APC promised us electricity but we daily pay for darkness; they promised us clean drinking water but we drink unclean water and contaminate diseases. They promised us better education, but the sent their children to study abroad while our students have stayed at home because ASUU is on strike.

Nigerian students, the time has come for you to show how wise you are. Will you join the crowd vote for your oppressors or vote for Omoyele Sowore of the AAC who was a student Union President at the University of Lagos. The man that has fought for student well being will never, never allow the respected  ASUU to go on strike.

The time has finally come for Nigerian Youths to answer Buhari whether they are lazy or not. Nigeria is in your hands. It is time to either continue to say SAI BABA to a president that does not have the mental and physical capacity, or to say SAI BOBO with Sowore who has been driven by 30 years of strong passion for a new Nigeria where there is development, peace, security and room for all Nigerians. A Nigeria where there is plenty of food to eat and to share; where constant electricity will drive our economy and make  Nigeria great like developed countries. We have stayed on this valley for too long!  The dream of today’s Dubai started with one man and the will of the people to stand up and collectively build a country which has become the cynosure of all eyes. With your votes, it is possible. Nigerian workers! Enough of monkey dey work, bamboo chop. Get out of your N30,000 struggle and allow Sowore of AAC to give you a better life as he has promised. You deserve f-a-r more than this.

We must refuse their ritual money which they share during elections in order to stagnate your destiny. We must refuse their guns and cutlasses which they buy for us to kill ourselves because they are desperate to be in office. They never liked us. All through the campaign  we have argued and insulted ourselves on facebook but we never saw the children of Atiku, Tinubu, Buhari or Saraki campaigning for their parents. NO! Our mumu must die! Now the time has come to say NO! to their parents. We must all stand up as a people to speak with a common voice by changing the system that has held us down for too long. Politicians have marginalized all of us. Now is the time to break the chain from Kano to Kaduna  down to the hills of the Plateau and across the rivers Niger and Benue. Real change must come from Abraka to the to Abeokuta. Ondo must be proud and wake up as their erudite son Omoyele Sowore becomes our President. From the nook and cranny of Nigeria, we could make history by using our hunger and long years of deprivation to cause this change to happen. We have suffered loooong enough… rich as we are! See how Nigerians died in Libya and in the mediteranean just to escape from a country so blessed. Will you forget those that died by voting for your oppressors? Will you forget how they loot our economy and they are borrowing all over the world  so that our youths will pay the debts? No!! APC and PDP are the same. They cannot take Nigeria any where! We must not deceive ourselves.

As you prepare to vote, remember that it will be very unfair bequeath the sorry state of today”s Nigeria to our children or the future generation of Nigerians. No! Our votes can change that.

Our duty is very simple. Each of us must play our roles by voting for the party called AAC. Vote for Omoyele Sowore as President of Nigeria and we shall all smile again. Let us do something that will cause a huge celebration in Nigeria like never before. We live abroad. We have seen how governments use the wealth of their country to improve the lives of their people. Where children receive monthly salaries for being children. Where you receive salary because you have no job. Where free medical attention and education is free because you are a citizen. Sowore did not lie when he promised to change our coutry for better. He is in a hurry to develop our great country. Should we allow him? Yes!! Should we vote for him? Yes!! Everything happening in Nigeria is opposite. We cannot lie to you. We are comfortable here abroad  but North, South, East or West, home is the best. We want to partner with you to build a new Nigeria where all is safe, free and happy.

On the ballot paper, AAC will be in the third box or number three. That is where you will thumbprint. Just there. Only there. Do not change your mind on the last day for any reason. We are close to freedom. We refuse to return to Egypt.

…Do not say you do not know Sowore or AAC. You may be right because it is a new political party. They do not have the same money to bribe like APC and PDP who are only re-investing what they stole from you.

I do not wish to make you afraid, but I know, deep in my heart, that if we make the same mistake to vote any other party outside AAC, then the next level will be worse. Do not vote alone, if you are living in Nigeria, tell your friends and family to vote for AAC, Omoyele Sowore for President. If you are living abroad, please do not throw away this golden opportunity. Pick your phone now. Call 10 members of your family or friends. Tell them to vote for Sowore. Tell those 10 persons to tell 2 other persons each. The 10 that you will tell and the 20 that you will tell makes it 30 votes from you alone. There is an estimate of 17 million Nigerians living abroad. If just 6 million of us can make that special call and supervise it, then success is sure.  What we enjoy abroad is borrow-borrow. The day we finally return home to Nigeria is the day we shall drop what we have been enjoying abroad; right at the departure point of the airport. Then where are you returning to? To darkness, insecurity and poverty? To life of generator? No! We refuse to be reduced. When you ignore this message, thinking that others will make the call, that is how the others will be expecting that you will make the call. Then the result will be sad. God forbid. Somebody thought that somebody will do it but nobody did it because somebody refused to do it.

Remember this. The time has come for us to scrap the Senate in Nigeria. They do the same job like the House of Representatives. Let us keep only the House of Representatives. They break the law that they are supposed to make. They pay themselves 30,000million naira every month against the law. What they loot in four years is enough to build 18 standard hospitals in the 36 states of Nigeria. They cause our poverty. 86million Nigerians now live in extreme poverty. When they give you ballot paper for the Senate, just thumb print in many boxes. By doing that, that vote will become invalid. There cannot be Senators when there are no results. That is what we mean by REVOLUTION WITHOUT AMMUNITION.

The ball is in your court. Vote Sowore of AAC and scrap the Nigerian Senate. I am not campaigning to you. We are not members of AAC. I REPRESENT THE Global Coalition for Security and Democracy in Nigeria made up of Nigerians living abroad. We did an online election on 1st November 2018 among all the Presidential candidates and Omoyele Sowore won it. We strongly believe that he can change Nigeria once and for all. Will you allow a new and better Nigeria? Our answer is yes, yes and Yes.

Make we vote for the party wey get photo wey carry 2 hands. Nigeria dey our 2 hands.  Vote for 2 hands, Nigeria dey our hand o