Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Dear President Olusegun Obasanjo


Dear President Olusegun Obasanjo,
Compliments of the 45th Independence Anniversary of Nigeria.
We thank God for His infinite mercies in our lives.
Because, God has been ever faithful amd ever merciful.

I watched you leading the chorus of praise in the 45th Independence Anniversary Thanksgiving service in Abuja last Sunday.
You were even dancing cheerfully in your characteristic dramatic manner. Of course, you know how to amuse yourself and others since your days in the village square.
I said that you would have been a comedian like "Baba Sala" if you did join the Army. You are a natural comic. And I prefer the comic to the demonic.
Thank God you are not Idi Amin of Uganda.

You know I have said the President lied when I questioned the honesty of your anti-graft policy. Because, I know that your sons are engaged in the oil business and I was wondering how you have been able to arrest the graft in the importation of petrol when the whole world knows that since you came to power over six years ago, you have failed to fix our refineries and your cronies are praying that our refineries should never work so that they can continue to import petroleum products from overseas and continue to rip us off till thy kingdom come?

Then these criminal oligarchs later donated billions of naira for your so called Presidential Library Project when all the universities in Nigeria cannot boast of any good library or science laboratory. But, you and your cronies don't care if our universities are now recreational centres for our youths who just want to claim that they went to the university as a status symbol and don't care if they have been educated or fooled. Because, the lecturers themselves are only academic opportunists teaching opportunists, because pirating foreign textbooks and selling the photocopies as handouts are now more lucrative than wasting time on academic researches and writing books for our empty libraries. Your own children are not schooling in Nigeria, but in America and Europe where you are paying their school fees in thousands of dollars to acquire the white certificate and green card to step into your shoes once you retire to Otta Farms to guzzle your palmwine and chew your bushmeat.

Now that you have masterminded the arrest of the Governor-General of the Ijaw Nation in London, what of the kinsman who bought jets recently?
I mean where did he get the millions of dollars to buy these expensive jets?
Another loot from our oil revenue allocation?

I have said it that these governors in the Niger Delta are the real enemies of our land and not the so called multinational oil companies that are paying their taxes and still giving out scholarships to the citizens of Nigeria. You cannot deny these facts, because you know the truth will always come out one day. For better or for worse. Murder will out.

What of the private universities you and your VP are establishing in your hometowns?
You saved for them?
From your civil servants salaries or from the shares you received from the contracts you gave out to your contractors for the White Elephant projects in Abuja, Ajaokuta and other parts of Nigeria. How much did your VP make from the COJA Project?

The other issue of your questionable anti-graft campaign are already published here and are still there in the archives for the records including the scandals in "Owners of Nigeria". Please, find time to read them whenever you are on the Internet or you are still too tired to even check your romantic emails from the other women?

Haba, Uncle Sege! Don't play the Pastor to me. You know that you have soft spot for the fairer sex just like me. You and I know that Stella Abebe is not the real First Lady! Mama Segun is the real First Lady! And the sooner you reconcile with her the better. God knows the truth.

Let me stop here until further notice.

God bless you and your family.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Yours faithfully,
Orikinla Osinachi.
N.B:
Lest, I forget.
Mama Iyabo said I should greet you oh!
That Christmas is not far away oh!

2 comments:

Nneka's World said...

True that!,
Well said

Orikinla Osinachi. said...

Nne,
I am forwarding this letter to Uncle Sege.