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Salako Drags Wife Foluke Daramola: You Want To Snuff Life Out Of Me, Because I Mistakenly Got Married To You?

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Foluke Daramola‘s husband, Kayode Salako may have finally given up on his marriage  with his actor wife, after months of futile efforts to deny report of  the technical breakdown of the union.  
The Page News reliably gathered that Salako does not believe in the workability of the union any longer following Foluke’s allegation that he is involved with her (Foluke’s) mother’s nurse, one Ife and because he has ”been living under the nuances of  your wims and caprices since  I got married to you with nothing to show for it, except for your one day peace and 5- day trouble matrimonial jargons”
A source quoted Salako to have described the wife  during a confrontation recently as a Margaret Thatcher, telling her that ”peculiarly natured woman like you shouldn’t be thinking of living with anyone, let alone with a man in marriage any more”
In the heat of the confrontation, Salako said her wife’s character can only live with ”yourself or animals, but not normal human beings.
’You can hardly live in peace with anyone or sustain relationships for too long.
Not done, he said ”you will just continue to move from one ‘babalawo’ to another as you have always done.
”Abori ma bowa Oshi!
”You want to be the one dominating the lives of  everybody around you.
”Have you been able to help your own life?!
”You want to continue to harass me with Ife’s issue, when most of the people you have ever slept with in your life are married men?!
”Did Ife tell you I slept with her?!
‘The local government chairman you were dating, was he not a married man?!
”Or when Tunde Ojo and co. were sleeping with you, were they bachelors and single men?!
”Or did you marry me inside a Deeper Life church?!
”But now, ‘I can’t breathe’ again because I am married to you.
”You want to snuff life out of me, because I ‘mistakenly’ got married to you?!
”For over 7 years, I have been in the cage of your stupid, gra! gra!! wonran! wonran!! jaujau! Jabajaba! Balabala! disorganised and matrimonially dirty way of life.
”A visit to any good part of your home – your kitchen; your car; your sitting room and bedroom as Foluke Daramola would always prove me right.
”Or If we have a family of four now in our home as a guest, do we have the plates, cups and cutlery to host them dignifiedly with pride?!
”I have been living under the nuances of your wims and caprices since I got married to you with nothing to show for it, except for your one day peace and 5- day trouble matrimonial jargons.
”You are so rude, self-centered, proud, arrogant, daring, shameless, careless, carefree, wild, assaultive, pompous, egocentric, mentalcentric and highly troublesome.
”You are always quick to want to tell people what their own problems are, but the ones in your life are massive and heavy.
”Foluke, I might not be your husband again tomorrow, but go and write it down, if you don’t change that your  peculiar nature and violent  social attitude, you would just continue to struggle with it, you won’t attain it.
”Go and see, where most of the girls, who met you in your industry are, it is rather more about their attitudes and abilities to relate well with people, but not necessarily about their fucking expeditions you always talk to justify yourself.
”Your character and wild animal nature et cetera are your main problem, Foluke.
”Living with you, is like living with a mentally deranged woman and a wild animal.
”You have a very good heart; good destiny; good star; good education; good brain; good physical endowments, but terrible nature; crude attitude and repugnant character.
”I am simply fed up and tired of your madness.
”I can’t continue to be in this bondage and matrimonial stupidity for long anymore.
”I am thinking about my life here seriously. Now, you have issues with your mother’s nurse, because you are already accusing me of planning to sleep with her.
”That is your new song in the house. You had the effrontery to say it openly to me, “Kay, I know you want to fuck her! That is what I know!
”I want to fuck a woman, who has been treating your mother like her own mother?!
”I want to sleep with a married woman, who just came to do her job of saving your mother’s life?!
”So poor and silly you! And I keep asking: how many women have I slept with around you like that, that you know?! But, you have refused to name them. If you can name one, then I will willingly walk out of the marriage in shame with an open apology.
”Foluke, you don’t want to see my family members; staff, friends and anybody around me.
’You will always complain and have issues with them.
”Now, I am practically alone.
”Nobody comes to look for me anymore, except your life threatening, frustrating  and shortening troubles.
”Well, that I want to fuck your mother’s nurse is what is in your head now, because that is what you have been doing with the husbands of other people’s wives.
So, I don’t blame you.99% of the people I know or around me feel I am just wasting my time and life with you”

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Why FG Lacks The Gut To check Bandits, Farooq Kperogi Exposes Malami

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Naming and shaming of sponsors of terrorism is unconstitutional but the naming and shaming of the “sponsors” of Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho isn’t.

 

 

On July 18, 2021, so-called bandits shot down an Alpha Jet belonging to the Nigerian Air Force on the boundary between Zamfara and Kaduna states. Then on October 7, 2021, the Wall Street Journal, whose news section is adjudged one of America’s most credible, got a scoop that the Nigerian Air Force paid N20 million to bandits to buy back “an antiaircraft gun” that the bandits had seized from the Nigerian military in a clash.

 

The antiaircraft gun, the paper said, “posed a threat to President Muhammadu Buhari, who had been planning to fly to his hometown….”

 

On October 20, 2021, the bandits, whom the Wall Street Journal says have “collaborators inside the army” and who are “better equipped with larger-capacity advanced weaponry than national security agencies,” detonated explosives on the Abuja-Kaduna rail tracks and caused the indefinite suspension of rail transportation between Abuja and Kaduna.

 

What has become transparently apparent in the last few months is that the plague of so-called Fulani herdsmen banditry is way deeper and more complex than we have persuaded ourselves to believe. The menace we self-deceptively and simplistically attenuate as mere “banditry” is nothing short of well-oiled, deep-rooted, well-practiced, and well-organised mercenary terrorism whose tentacles have spread to unthought-of social territories of the Nigerian society.

 

Early this month, I had a lengthy conversation with a well-placed Nigerian government official on a whole host of issues, including the escalating, never-ending scourge of mass abductions for ransom in vast swathes of the country. In the course of our conversation, he casually shared with me a disturbing story that, for me, strikes at the core of why terroristic banditry won’t go away anytime soon.

 

He was involved in negotiations for the release of abductees some months back. The multi-million-naira ransom paid to the “abductors,” he said, went through a tortuous chain of command that finally ended up with some armed, well-nourished, out-of-state individuals. In other words, although the kidnappers were bucolic Fulani, the people who finally received the ransom weren’t.

 

In any case, as most people know, most of the cattle that the Fulani herders rear don’t belong to them; they belong to wealthy city dwellers (and some prosperous rural folks) from all over Nigeria.

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Well, the anecdote that the government official shared with me recalls a viral video of a “bandit” in one of the northwestern states swearing in Hausa that “bandits” aren’t independent actors, that they are armed and financed by well-placed people in the society who take advantage of their poverty and disaffiliation from mainstream society to recruit them.

 

To be clear, I am not by any means absolving Fulani herders from responsibility for kidnapping. I just want to transcend the surface on which we have dwelled for far too long.

 

I also connected the dots between what the government official told me and a message that trended in Nigerian social media circles in May 2019 about a woman who was threatened with abduction but given the option to pay N5 million into a bank account to avert her kidnap.

 

A portion of the narration is worth reproducing without authorial intervention: “She took it up. Went to the bank with some assistance from influential friends. They asked that the account be flagged…. Bank did checks. Bank said the account cannot be flagged else they will lose influential clients How so? The names attached to the account are powerful names. That the kidnap ring pays some top persons percentage from the ransome [sic] paid. She was advised to jejely goan [sic] pay her POTENTIAL KIDNAPPERS. I was speechless for over 5 minutes.”

 

If you think this is a made-up story, read Daily Trust’s July 28, 2021 story titled “Kidnappers in FCT Begin Collection Of Ransom Through Banks.” When a Mrs. Aminat Adewuyi was kidnapped in Niger State, the kidnappers threatened to slaughter her if her relatives didn’t deposit N5 million naira into an Access Bank account.

 

The amount was later scaled back. “The ransom payment slip, a copy of which was obtained by Daily Trust showed that Adewuyi’s husband paid N500,000 into an Access Bank account with number 1403762272 and the name Badawi Abba Enterprise,” the paper reported.

 

Also recall that late last month even the National Youth Service Corps advised youth corps members posted to abduction-prone roads like “Abuja-Kaduna, Abuja-Lokoja-Okene, or Aba-Port Harcourt” to let “family members, friends and colleagues to have someone on hand to pay off the ransom that could be demanded” in the event of their abduction. This piece of advice was frozen in a handbook distributed to corps members.

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It’s easy to explain away the NYSC advice as merely an organisation being pragmatic and making peace with the ever-present reality of mass abductions in the country. But the listless capitulation to mercenary terroristic bandits by almost all segments of the Nigerian government, including security outfits, points to high-profile complicity, in my opinion.

 

The Daily Nigerian reported on October 21 that security agencies had intercepted communication between “a notorious bandit” and his “associate.” “The report, dated October 19, 2021 and entitled ‘PLANNED ATTACK ON TRAIN AROUND RIJANA, KADUNA STATE,’ said the terrorists were heard discussing about the planned attack by Darul Salam terrorists in concert with two bandit kingpins, Danlami and Lawan (not real names),” the news site reported.

 

It quoted the security report to have said, “Baffa informed Bala that members of Darussalam (Boko Haram) in collaboration with bandits led by Danlami and Lawan are currently on their way to plant a bomb at a bridge on the railway in Rijana to hijack a moving train and kidnap the passengers. Baffa said he decided not to participate in the operation because it is risky but believed that DANLAMI and LAWAN will blow up the bridge.”

 

 

 

Why was the report, which the paper said was “circulated across security agencies,” ignored? Was this complicity, incompetence, or indifference? I am inclined to think it’s complicity, especially in light of the Wall Street Journal’s not-surprising revelation that mercenary terrorist bandits have “collaborators inside the army.”

 

 

 

Here are my own extrapolations based on the facts I’ve encountered these past few months. While uneducated, pastoral, semi-nomadic Fulani herders are the public face of mass abductions for ransom in the country, they are just branches of a tree whose roots are buried deep beneath the surface. The herders are mere expendable foot soldiers of people who have privileged connections to the government and the private sector.

 

 

Peasant, seminomadic Fulani herders who have lost their cattle have historically served as an inexhaustible pool of lumpen proletariat to conscript into all kinds of conflicts. In the early 1800s, for instance, they constituted a huge percentage of Afonja’s army in his fight against the Alaafin of Oyo. In “A Little New Light: Selected Historical Writings of Professor Abdullahi Smith,” the late Abdullahi Smith wrote that Fulani pastoralists who lost their cattle to tsetse fly bites in Yoruba land and “had nothing to lose” became Afonja’s mercenaries.

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The domination of abduction for ransom by Fulani pastoralists who have lost their cattle seems to me like the recrudescence of what happened in the 1800s—and at other historical epochs. Killing the abductors will do nothing to stop the problem because they are merely the branches of a tree. You don’t kill a tree by cutting off its branches because new branches will sprout in time.

 

 

 

You kill a tree by uprooting it. That means identifying the funders and real beneficiaries of mass abductions in the country. From the information I am privy to, they are elites who are not necessarily Fulani. They are a pan-Nigerian gang of ruthless buccaneers who are united by rapaciousness and vileness.

 

 

 

But instead of confronting this grave existential threat to Nigeria, Abubakar Malami, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, is obsessed with blabbering about who the “sponsors” of Sunday Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu are.

 

 

This is the same guy who refused to name and identify people who have been exposed by the United Arab Emirates as sponsors of Boko Haram terrorists because, according to him, “Naming and shaming of suspects is not embarked upon as a policy by the federal Government out of sheer respect [for] the constitutional rights of Nigerians relating to presumption of innocence.”

 

 

 

Naming and shaming of sponsors of terrorism is unconstitutional but the naming and shaming of the “sponsors” of Nnamdi Kanu and Sunday Igboho isn’t. That is all you need to know for why mercenary terroristic banditry will endure for as long as incompetent hypocrites like Malami hold and control the levers of government.

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Anambra Guber: IPOB Declares Sit-At-Home On Election Day

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Anambra state governorship election may suffer serious setback as the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has declared total lockdown in all states in south East from November 5 to November 10, to compel the federal government to release its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

The Independent National Electoral Commission INEC has fixed the Anambra gubernatorial election for November 6, 2021.

But in a statement issued by its media and publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, IPOB said, “Following the adjournment of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s court case to 10th of November 2021, by the Federal High Court Abuja, it demanded all lovers of Biafra and Biafrans to sit at home from 5 to 10 November to ensure that their leader is released.

“We the great movement and family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), wish to inform Biafrans, friends of Biafra and lovers of freedom that IPOB will lock down Biafra land from 5th of November to 10th of November except Sunday, November 7th, a day our people worship the Almighty God, if the Nigeria Government fails to release our leader unconditionally before 4th of November 2021” he stated.

IPOB said its leader Nnamdi Kanu must be released unconditionally on or before November 4, 2021 “because he has not committed any offense known to any law.

According to the group, “failure to release Nnamdi KANU on or before November 4, 2021 there will be one week Sit-At-Home beginning on November 5, 2021 till November 10.”

Kanu was arraigned at the Federal High Court, Abuja on treasonable felony and terrorism charges.

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The fresh seven-count charges against Kanu followed his arrest and extradition from Kenya after he jumped bail.

Kanu, however, pleaded not guilty to the allegations.

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Ghana Nollywood Boss, Others, Mobilise Nigerians against Black Queens In Accra Sunday World Cup Tie

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There is serious mobilisation of Nigerians living in Ghana to support the Super Falcons in their match against the Black Queens of Ghana today.

The supporters have agreed to troop out in numbers to the Accra Sports Stadium to support the Super Falcons in a World Cup qualifier encounter.

The mobilisation of Nigerians is spearheaded, among many others calling for massive turn out of Nigerians for the match is Mr. Destiny Omoh, Chairman of Nollywood Ghana Chapter, Chief Bayo Asaolu, former Acting President of All Nigerian Community in Ghana who is also the current 2nd Vice President of of the same Association.

Chief Asaolu disclosed that the match is a do or die for the Black Queen as they need outstanding win to qualify to the female World Football fiesta.

It would be recalled that at various occasions, Nigerians in Ghana have always come out to support the national teams.

Ghana will need to beat Nigeria by 2 goals to qualify. The Super Falcon beat their rival by two goals at the first leg in Nigeria.

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