Proof that sometimes, those who hate evil understand it more than those who worship and practice it.
The man has been nursing a secret grudge against the judiciary.
Just like in 1984.
But none has been so brazen till date.
And our voices still continue to point out evils.
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.
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.
Osinbajo decided to try TraderMoni and it almost worked
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.
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.
And we see Osinbajo clearly as the enabler who shows them loopholes they can exploit.
This plot though, will fail.
So I congratulate Nigerians but I also urge that all of should stand steadfast: snakes are most dangerous when they’re most threatened.
But Nigeria will defeat them on Feb.16, the handwriting is clear: hence, the desperation.
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.
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.
Nobody should mistake this calm polity as a sign that all is well: people are angry.
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.
And from now till probably eternity: no single party can ever rule Nigeria for sixteen years straight unless you deliver results.
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.