By Comrade Olaah
The present state of insecurity in Nigeria has given rise to way more horizontal violence such as kidnappers who are ready to collect huge ransom in exchange at the expense of affected victims family, friends or relatives. The sellouts in power have failed to act and protect innocent lives and the lands of our people
This unrest has created conditions for horrific events such as the Zamfara kidnapping (or Jangebe kidnapping) to occur. This was the abduction of 279 female students aged between 10 and 17 from the Government Girls Science Secondary School, a boarding school in Jangebe (also rendered as Dengebe), in Zamfara State, Nigeria, on 26 February 2021. The students were kidnapped in a raid by armed bandits.
Seven years since the devastating 2014 Chibok kidnappings, the government has still completely failed in protecting the people’s children. Since then, there has been no accountability for the crimes against children by Boko Haram and other gunmen.
Over 600 schools have closed in the aftermath, and authorities have repeatedly failed to protect schools despite several subsequent abductions. Five more cases of abductions have been reported between the months of December, 2020 and March, 2021.
The government and security forces have largely been unable to stop the attacks as they struggle to contain worsening violence and crime across the country. This has given birth to local regional militarized presence, such as the Nigeria Armed Forces who have continuously failed to guarantee safety of life and land.
However, no sellout government can take care of the people more than the people can take care of themselves.
Cattle herdsmen livelihoods are being threatened as disunity spreads and the system of colonialism pins us against each other with some destroying farm land, kidnapping locals, cases of rape increasing and loss of innocent life across the region—with the main goal of white power being keeping the Nigerian people confused and disunited. The Yoruba and Igbo are now finding it difficult to co-exist with the Northerners.
This brings to my mind once again:
“If you collect 100 black ants and 100 red ants, put them together in a glass jar, nothing will happen, but if you shake the jar violently & leave it on the table, the ants will start killing each other. The Red ants believe that the black ants are the enemy while the black ants believe that the red ants are the enemy. However, the real enemy is the person who shook the jar.
The same in our Family or other set ups, some groups of people are setting us up.
Husband against wife
Brother against sister
Clan against clan
The poor against the rich
Children against parents
Before we fight each other, we must first ask ourselves:
Who shook the jar?
Some Nigerians be either of the ants. They respond only to occurrences and events but never taking time to look beyond and behind them.
Who Shook The Jar?
Colonized people as a whole have spent centuries divided up by the colonizers and the neocolonial sellouts (those who work for white power that are not white) of our Colonized nations. The situation in Nigeria is no different in this case and now more than ever should we unite as Colonized people (including Africans) regardless of gender, sexuality, age, skin tone, body type, location, religion, language, mental/physical differences and/or bi/multiracial identity.
Some of us have been able to identify the problem, but we still must urge the Colonized masses to change their outlook so that they leave behind the colonized mindset—the mindset that the colony has taught us which pins us against each other and creates individualism.
Instead we must realize the sellouts in power are making our people go hungry while being incapable of making material changes against these acts of terror.
Our leaders are more focused on their next election year 2023 than with the safety and cries of the Colonized masses. It is time for Colonized people everywhere to plan ahead and prepare for the inevitable collapse of the sellout state and the governments that amerikkka has control over all around the world.
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