The #Senator who stood as Surety for someone bent on dismembering #Nigeria should been in #jail – #FemiAdesina

    The #Senator who stood as Surety for someone bent on dismembering #Nigeria should been in #jail - #FemiAdesina

    Femi Adesina has been silent for a long while now, it is sudden but not weird to see him expressing his opinion on nothing but the Igbo Senator.

    Not surprising at all.

    from @lindaikejiblogofficial Presidential aide, Femi Adesina has said that the senator who stood as surety for someone bent on dismembering Nigeria should have been in jail.  

    Recall that senate minority leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe and two others stood as sureties for detained Indigenous People of Biafra leader,

    Nnamdi Kanu before he was granted bail by the Federal High Court in Abuja on April 25, 2017. 

    He however had court issues after the secessionist leader jumped bail the same year, and fled Nigeria because of an alleged extrajudicial attempt on his life in Abia in September 2017.

     In a Facebook piece titled ‘Weighty Matters About Our Country’, Adesina accused the lawmaker of allegedly using “foul language against those in leadership”. 

    The Presidential aide stressed that the Federal Government must have biceps and must be strong, and show strength for it not to be taken for a ride or become “a king sitting on an empty throne.”

     Adesina also berated apostles, pastors and bishops, sheikhs and mallams for saying “incautious, thoughtless, imprudent things that swell up” and lead to violence, sorrow, tears and blood. 

    The article read;  WEIGHTY MATTERS ABOUT OUR COUNTRYSeries of reactions have typically attended the October 1 broadcast by President Muhammadu Buhari to mark the 61st anniversary of our Independence Day.

    These include the good, the bad, and the downright ugly. That’s democracy in action, with its propensity and predilections for freedom of speech.

    My motive in this piece is to consider parts of the broadcast that look into our very essence, our raison-d-etre as a country, and how the ties that bind can be further strengthened.

    Okay, let’s go.“Fellow Nigerians, the past 18 months have been some of the most difficult periods in the history of Nigeria.

    Since the civil war, I doubt whether we have seen a period of more heightened challenges than what we have witnessed in this period.”Factual.

    Straight as an arrow. Deadpan. Our President is not one to mince words, speak facetiously or tongue-in-cheek.

    He says it as it is.We have, indeed, passed through the most challenging of times in the past 18 months: security-wise.Read more on

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