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When in December 2017 I tweeted this, some people felt one was doing too much with the insinuation until Buhari himself confirmed it in his recorded interview earlier this week.

Proof that sometimes, those who hate evil understand it more than those who worship and practice it.
If you force yourself and listen well to Buhari in extended interviews, he always references how his case ended up at the Supreme Court everytime he lost elections and then insinuates that he didn’t get Justice.

The man has been nursing a secret grudge against the judiciary.
His disdain for due judicial process is not only a sign of his inability to work with either facts and figures or logic and proof, but a sign that he wants to arrogate to himself only, the power to make laws, accuse people of breach and find them guilty.

Just like in 1984.
When the DSS laid siege to the home of judges under this APC Govt, some of us warned loudly at the time but also pointed out that it was yet another attempt to intimidate the judiciary into following the whims of a dictatorial executive.

But none has been so brazen till date.
The attempt by the Buhari Govt to remove the sitting Chief Justice of Nigeria is not only unprecedented but audacious and reckless and totally unexpected. It is however in character with the APC modus operandi which they tried to use against Saraki also as Senate President.
In analysing Buhari since 2013, we have gone to great lengths of logic and common sense to such a point where those like Madam Oby who backed the reckless invasion of the home of judges have now been democratically educated.

And our voices still continue to point out evils.
Buhari’s desperation to hold on to office had a simple solution:

Deliver on the Promise of Change; but he instead turned it into a Change of Promise.

The laziest people do the hardest work because they leave undone for last, the works they should have done at first.
The desperate attempt to remove Onnoghen from office is a small victory for Nigerians:

It is evidence that Buhari knows he will lose on February 16 - all their rigging tactics have failed and their consultants have told them there is no mathematical-electoral path to victory.
They’ve added the numbers, they’ve observed the PDP campaign and candidate but most importantly, they’ve seen the resolute commitment of Nigerians to the #BackToDaura2019 Nat’l Project - and they’ve seen no path to victory.

Osinbajo decided to try TraderMoni and it almost worked
But we must thank the good people of that location in Abuja who booed Osinbajo and his bag of Moni and ensured that shamelessness gave way to shame.

As that has failed, they’re now looking to change CJN to help upturn the results when they go to Court after losing the election.
History will one day look at Nigeria and record Goodluck Jonathan’s tenure as the turning point for this country and not only because a sitting Govt was voted out, but because he has spoiled us with Democratic Freedoms that chains no longer look attractive to the majority of us.
Let us tell Buhari and Osinbajo clearly:

Some things that PDP did were only possible because of the times PDP started in, straight after the military - which was Obasanjo’s luck - and a time when digital media did not exist.

Ever since the time of UMYA, dictatorship has died.
They will soon deny and tell us that Buhari doesn’t have a hand in this matter of removing the CJN - but we know his signature moves as regard the judiciary.

And we see Osinbajo clearly as the enabler who shows them loopholes they can exploit.

This plot though, will fail.
APC is preparing for defeat: trying to pre-compromise the judiciary to reverse a result, yet to materialise but which everyone knows already.

So I congratulate Nigerians but I also urge that all of should stand steadfast: snakes are most dangerous when they’re most threatened.
More people will be arrested and detained like Deji and Dino, more people will be paid to come and bark on social media, the Tolus and Bashirs of this world would make more noise on here -

But Nigeria will defeat them on Feb.16, the handwriting is clear: hence, the desperation.
Those who dare to do the impossible will see the impossible.

The mistake Buhari is making is in thinking that Nigerians are docile: no sir, they’re only calm because PDP isn’t as reckless or bitter as APC.

They’re only calm because they’re waiting for you to handover on May 29.
People are going into Aso Rock to collect money and promise votes but getting to the gate, they’re already insulting APC.

The handwriting is clear already and that’s why Aso Rock is desperate.

Very soon, they’ll come and deny that Buhari is unaware - fave this tweet.
Hungry Nigerians are eagerly looking forward to May 29, 2019 as their second date of freedom from Insecurity, Division and Poverty - looking forward to voting our Buhari on February 16, 2019.

Nobody should mistake this calm polity as a sign that all is well: people are angry.
Those of you they send to monitor our tweets should tell them that we have spoken and our voice is strong:

Leave Justice Walter Onnoghen alone and call off your dogs.

If you are so desperate to retain power, maybe you should have performed instead of giving excuses.
Let me end this by saying to my party PDP - that I hope we are learning from this because the same fate will befall us if we fail Nigerians and I swear on my life, I will never take a job that will make me become another Tolu, neither will I come here and defend nonsense.
When PDP wins on February 16 and Atiku is sworn-in on May 29, let the party remember that it didn’t do too much because Nigerians did it all.

And from now till probably eternity: no single party can ever rule Nigeria for sixteen years straight unless you deliver results.
If I am sounding triumphant already, it is because I can sense the sheer desperation from Aso Rock.

And they will become more desperate in these final weeks - it will be up to Nigerians to resist them.

It’s not over, until it’s over - freedom comes, little by little.
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