Award For Abacha?

Late Gen. Sani Abacha

Late Gen. Sani Abacha

Only a thief will give an award to a thief. Giving an award to a
thief is not only a national insult, it is treason. Our pledge is to
defend the nation’s honour. The nation has been dragged in the mud
once again with this centenary abomination. What just happened in
Nigeria is very serious. This is no longer an issue of ethnic
groupings or religious differences. This is sheer limitless wickedness
to the poor, the dead and dying. Nigeria has now been taken over by
frank evil. This is a battle between good and the hopeful’s and
supporters of good and evil and the aspirants and workers for the
grand commander of evil. The devil.

If the awards to Nigeria’s thieves of the past were given in error,
open public apology and public and private repentance is urgently
necessary. Stealing, and a thief is not defined by what is given, it
is defined by what is taken. Abacha was a thief…

There is no mincing these words. There is no room in our national
honour rolls for these thieves. This is not an example to be given to
our kids and an image to be broadcast of our nation. N300 million in
foreign media propaganda will never redeem Nigeria from this
abomination. This senseless political desperate patronage of the evil
men of Nigeria’s painful past.

The United States has already smashed their foot in our bloodied
wounds by seizing this moment of national disgrace to seize another
$458 million of Abacha’s loot. America has certified us as sub-human.
This was the conversation across America this week. Children of
thieves, like Sadiq have been given the gumption after years hiding to
come out and open their ‘gutters.’

The $3-6 billion dollars Abacha has been confirmed to have stolen was
not his right. It was money of the poor masses. Whatever ‘good’ the
Presidency publicized he did is not reason enough to celebrate a
thief, now or ever. Today it is clear to Nigerians who the President
and his team of rulers and friends see as a mentor–Abacha.

The Bible in 1 Corinthians 6:10 says: …nor thieves nor the greedy
nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of
God. In John 10:10 it says, “The thief comes only to steal and kill
and destroy…” And to those who partner with, defend, support and
celebrate thieves, the Bible says in Proverbs 29:24 (KJV): “Whoso is
partner with a thief hateth his own soul: he heareth cursing, and
bewrayeth it not.”

Those northerners, the family of Abacha and southerners who defend
Abacha are thieves. Those who defend this national insult by Jonathan
are thieves. There is no dillydallying on this. Many of us are not
saints, but we do not deserve honours if we are thieves. We steal and
are quiet about it. Nigeria must never celebrate thieves. By stamping
and accrediting thieves we have brought unmeasurable curse upon us if
we have not had enough curse already. These awards must immediately be
stripped. The nation deserves a national apology. Dear Nigerians, I am
sorry. I am sorry for you, I am sorry for me, I am sorry for this
nation.

Each penny stolen is amenities deprived and results in deaths. Each
kobo stolen means no health care will be provided at some corner, some
thief will be free, some road not built properly. They don’t steal
from the national cake. There is no national cake; on the contrary,
they steal from the pauper’s loaf. These government thieves are
assassins. Killers of the poor. It is a sickness, they are compulsive
thieves, this is why we see they steal more than they can ever use and
eventually lose our national income to foreign nations. Hell will be
filled with these.

For the Muslims who get carried away with thieves-in-power and
denounce their creed in defense of such thieves, a story of the life
of Hazrat Umar Bin Abdul Aziz, the celebrated Umayyad Caliph should
hopefully juggle them up a bit. In the early days of Islam, Caliph
Umar’s empire stretched from the shores of the Atlantic to the
highlands of Pamir (India). He commanded great territory and wealth of
the early Muslim state.

One day, according to the narration, the Caliph was sitting in his
private chamber examining a pile of State documents. The dim light of
the room was adding to the serenity and somberness of the place and
the Caliph could scarcely feel the arrival of his wife, Fatima, till
she addressed him, “Sire! Will you spare a few moments for me I want
to discuss a private matter with you.” “Of course”, replied the pious
Caliph, raising his head from the papers, “But, please put off this
State lamp and light your own, as I do not want to burn the State oil
for private talk.” [Find ref online:
http://www.renaissance.com.pk/novletfor95.html%5D

For the pious leaders, more was at stake and more was expected. They
slept hungry unless they were assured that all their subjects had
eaten. This was because they knew they will be held to account for
misappropriating the people’s food if they ate while their subjects
went to bed hungry. People used to run away and avoid positions of
power for this very reason. Today we sign-up for executive suits and
accommodation in hell by patronizing clear thieves, because they are
‘of our clan,’ or ‘did something.’

The only clan thieves and supporters of thieves belong to is the clan
of the burning hell fire, be they government thieves or armed robbers.
There is no honor here and nothing to defend, except among the thieves
themselves. So if you defend a thief because you believe he is your
‘brother’ or ‘clansman’ then know what brotherly and clan relationship
you share. The brotherhood of evil and clan of the doomed. It is a
shame that thieves are now celebrated. Let them steal but cower in
shame or hide away, but honour and awards for thieves only comes from
thieves because today there is great honor among Nigeria’s thieves.

These are now very evil times.

Written By: DR. PEREGRINO BRIMAH
http://ENDS.ng [Every Nigerian Do Something] Email: drbrimah@ends.ng Twitter: @EveryNigerian

Source: Olufamous

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