So folks. I have been accused of defrauding my followers to the tune of millions. It started yesterday but saw it as silly joke. Its gotten worse today. Now they want my full name and address, professional pedigree, what i intend to do with the "MILLIONS " It is startling
..to see that some people believe the motivation behind this platform is to SCAM my followers. I dont play that game. I have turned down many business offers. I dont mechanize. All i have done was out of the love for country. To clear my name and dispell any notion of fraud i am
..releasing the names of donors and amount received. This is not to disrespect the donors in anyway, its just that i am a principled and never play with integrity.

@taramasalata001 N5,000
@kayking77 N50,000
@Epiqb1 N10,000
@Imediatv_NG N25,000

Thats a total of N90,000
..not N2 million, not 5 million. N90,000, and i will be refunding every bit of it with screenshots of transferred made. I do not, have never and will never EVER defraud my followers. This one hits hard, not necessary because its a new phenomenon, i have been called
.. a propagandist, a paid shill, mentally ill, government agent..etc. What i never expected to make the list is SCAMMING. It is heartbreaking to be frank. Its just hard to wrap my head around it. Wow !!

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7 Jan
So 48 hours after Bandits were officially designated as a terrorist organization, the U.S government has issued a stern warning to Nigeria as the NAF prepares to bombard Bandits.
The West can sometimes be jittery when it comes to plight of terrorists.

The standard A-29 from Embrae Brazil has a price tag of less than $150 million per Squadron. Nigeria spent $500 million on 12 A-29s because it wanted the best smart bombs money can buy to
..minimize the risk of civilian casualties. They want us to believe that Nigeria went through all this just for the opportunity to use a $35,000 GBU -12 laser guided bomb on civilians. Go too hard on terrorists Human Rights Groups will come for you.
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5 Jan
Came across a piece by weekly magazine - The Economist. A British based Magazine that claims to be insightful and fair minded. We all know that western media focuses on negative coverage of Africa. The presentation of African news by Western media convinces the audiences in
the West that the entire continent of Africa is hopeless, poverty and disease stricken. 

They focus on human interest and emotional stories rather than presenting the larger social or economic issues involved. The Economist is an embodiment of this bias.
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When violence erupts, the Nigerian government does nothing or cracks heads almost indiscriminately. The Nigerian military is demoralized. Its soldiers afraid to fight. Insecurity is at it's worse since the insurgency began in 2009 "

- The Economist
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4 Jan
So someone is asking why we are against Emmanual Macrons proposal for a Franco-Nigeria security framework in the Lake Chad basin and greater Sahel region. The question is, WHERE these threats are emanating from?
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December 23, 2019.

France carried out a drone strike killing 40 terrorists in central Mali. The drones were launched from Niamey Niger, where France has three drones and a Squadron of Mirage fighters.
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3 Jan
Few countries in the world can legitimately lay claim to be a Bastion of Democracy than Nigeria.

Even when Nigeria was under a military junta, Nigeria still used its military power in reinstating the ousted civilian government of Sierra leone and restore democracy.
As the premier and principal military power in West Africa, Nigeria is the only country eligible and capable of doing so without a hidden agenda compared to others.

When compared with French military intervention in the region the difference is like night and day.
Every country Nigeria have intervened in militarily ( Liberia, Sierra-Leone, Gambia) are all free, functioning and thriving democracies today.

Compare that with French intervention in francophone West Africa. Mali for example was a democracy when the French intervened.
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But there will be a hostile takeover in 2022. ImageImageImageImage
The CH-4 and Wing Loong II UAVs will be the stars of 2022 due to their numerous battlefield advantages over manned systems.

They will be the most valuable asset of the NAF in achieving a variety of strategic and tactical objectives, including ISR and kinetic strike operations. ImageImageImageImage
The capabity to hover above an area for 30+ hours is helpful in gathering more data or attacking enemy targets more efficiently on a scale no other platform in the NAF can hope to replicate.
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HISTORY that deserves to be Remembered.

The Lagos Agreement of August 1979. An accord demanding the withdrawal of French troops in Chad, be replaced by a multinational African peacekeeping force. This accord was dead on arrival. ImageImageImage
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Nigeria was put in a position where she had to monitor and react to day situation of the Chadian crises. The Nigerian government did not favour the presence of foreign troops on African soil in general and around Nigeria in particular, as a way of ending all forms of colonialism
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