In an address to Nigerians in New York, Vice President Yemi Osibanjo said, “With respect to general kidnapping which we have seen in parts of the country again, this is not entirely new. In fact, some of the kidnapping stories you read or listen to are simply not true anywhere. Some are fuelled by politics.”
Vice President Yemi Osibanjo is a professor of law and a pastor in Redeemed Christian Church of God. That a man of such standing should choose to lie about such matter defines the hopelessness of the Zoo called Nigeria.
Osibanjo wasn’t doing anything new, however. The entire leadership frame of Nigeria is built on lies. As a matter of fact, Nigeria as a country thrives on lies. Although the discussion between America’s vice president, Mike Pence, and the lying Osibanjo wasn’t made public, given Nigeria’s shameful antecedent, one can say for certain Nigeria’s vice president overfed his American counterpart with lies.
Osibanjo’s lie was intended to downplay the woeful security situation in the country before the International community. Yet, countries like Britain, Canada, Australia, Republic of Ireland and New Zealand, have warned and continue to warn their citizens to steer clear of Nigeria as the country is without any shred of security.
Recognizing Osibanjo’s lies, a USA opinion leader, Frank Gaffney Jr, described Nigeria’s vice president as a shameless liar. Expressing his disappointment, Frank said, “He lies shamelessly — including this weekend in New York – about the anti-Christian persecution his government is at least tolerating and, at worst, enabling. Osinbajo’s own tribe has sharply repudiated him for doing so”. Frank Gaffney Jr. is president of the Center for Security Policy (CSP), a columnist for The Washington Times, and host of the nationally syndicated program, Secure Freedom Radio.
Although Osibanjo’s visit to the USA is vended across as motivated by the desire to up Nigeria’s security apparatuses, the real reason for the visit is actually the rising heat of Biafra restoration. The terrorist government of Nigeria has been panic-stricken since the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, started his tour of the United States of America (USA). Osibanjo was sent to the US to see if, as a Christian, he could influence the US government to turn it’s back on Biafra restoration project.
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media