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Note: First published on April 22, 2020. The “published” date on the tab is the date that it was uploaded on this new site. Though some issues in this piece may still be current (depending on…), this info is to avoid mistaking the piece as current news.

This is “No Bullshiting,” by Harry Agina.

Greetings, folks!

If I said it once, I said it a gazillion times, that Nigeria’s leadership is pure madness sometimes!!! Even in death, the lawless legacy of President Buhari’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, persists. His power-drunk associates have continued to keep his flag of lawlessness flying. They are breaking every law in the book to bury Abba Kyari, their fallen mortal god, meeeeeen!!!

Nigeria has an covid-19 order, which states that the corpses of covid-19 victims are not to be released to their families for burial. I will call the order a law here, for the reason that I am talking about the lawlessness Nigeria’s leaders under President Buhari. So, yes, the covid-19 law says that no funerals will happen anywhere around Nigeria, in order to curb the spread of covid-19. The law also encourages “social-distancing” by avoiding the gathering of crowds everywhere in the country. It also discourages movement from one location to another outside one’s immediate community. I saw our Information Minister, Mr. Liar, sorry, I mean Lai Mohammed, announcing this law several times on TV.

Now, who is breaking this law more than anybody in the country? The same Buhari cabal that made the law, that’s who!!! Why? Because the members of the cabal are effectively Nigeria’s mortal gods, and they are above the law, that’s why!!! With utmost insensitive and insulting impunity,” they broke the element of the covid-19 law that prohibits the release of corpses to the relatives. They released Abba Kyari’s corpse for private burial. And next, they created huge crowds at the venues of the burial and funeral rites of their fallen god. By this, they violated both the “no-movement” and the “social-distancing” elements of the covid-19 law. Once upon a blog, my theme was “The Two Sides Of The Law In Nigeria–One Side For The Rich, The Famous, And The Politically Powerful; And The Other Side For The ‘Ordinary’ Nigerians.” This Kyari funeral that runs murderously contrary to the law, is the ultimate example, meeeeeeeeeeen!!!

Nigerians are vehemently condemning this lawlessness. And, watch out, when some Nigeria’s mortal gods and their media propagandists respond to the public outrage, they will do so with more impunity. They will, characteristically, literally, bark at us and condemn us for condemning the lawlessness of our mortal gods and slave masters. Yap, that’s exactly what they are likely to do, sooner than later.

Before some Nigerians condemn my use of the word ‘god’ to describe Nigeria’s leaders, I preempt the critics to say that this is what they are–gods indeed. And we all made them so. We are predominantly Christians and Muslims, but we fail to pay attention to an important relevant verse in the Bible and Qur’an. It says that “evil triumphs when good men keep quiet, or do nothing” (paraphrased)–Timothy 5:1-2 & Ezekiel 3:17-21. I will tell you what would happen if Nigeria had just ten thousand, or even five thousand popular bold critics. If there were 5 thousand like Femi Fani Kayode (FFK), Femi Falana, and Ahmed Issah of “Human Rights Radio,” evil would not continue to triumph. And, Nigeria would not get this bad if our evil politicians and political leaders stop to triumph.

I have to say, though, that I was thrown off balance when I read a eulogy to Abba Kyari, which is attributed to FFK. My confusion is that FFK is a consistent and vehement critic of Buhari’s government. Yet, he eulogized the man that championed the bad government that he criticizes with great passion and alacrity. But, don’t get me wrong or misquote me, I don’t mind stating the good qualities of Abba Kyari. But his bad attributes that seriously threatened “One Nigeria” should also be mentioned–sincerity, meeeeeen!!! If I was to do a documentary film on the late Kyari, I would definitely dig out and extol his great achievements in life, but I must also highlight his terrible attributes and acts. I would pay particular attention to his attributes that virtually destroyed my country. Any saintly eulogy to Abba Kyari is definitely hypocritical, period!!! I titled my previous blog about Kyari “a eulogy,” but, relative to the content, it is obviously a sarcastic title. They say that one should not speak bad about the dead. I think it is stupid! When a person is evil, I say in on a roof top when he/she dies, and that’s exactly what I did with the evil Abba Kyari. You may want to read; here’s the link to it: https://nobullshiting.com/the-death-of-president-buharis-chief-of-staff-abba-kyari/

So, yes, too many Nigerians who are supposed to speak out so that evil does not triumph, are terrible hypocrites. And, generally, by the terrible complaisance of the masses, we do create and nourish monster-governments in Nigeria. How do they say it again? Yes, I got it now: “a people deserve the governance that they have.” America would never have an Abba Kyari type, because Americans would not accept an ordinary appointee to become de-facto or proxy president. Americans would never allow any motherfucker to damage the American democracy, as Abba Kyri has done to Nigeria’s demo-crazy. Again, too many Nigerians encourage bad leadership via their hypocrisy of extolling evil, meeeeeeeeeeen!!!

Do remember that several “ordinary” Nigerians have been shot to death by security officers for violating simple and lesser elements of covid-19 law. The damning infuriating result is that deaths by police shooting is competing with covid-19 deaths. Shooting murders by police and army officers were 18 at my last count. Some of the victims did not even violate the covid law, but they were murdered by some evil elements in Nigeria’s Security Forces. Some were shot just for stepping out of their homes, and some were killed for refusing to pay bribe exiting through their gates. My point is that the mortal gods of Nigeria are grossly violating our covid-19 law with utter insulting impunity. On the other hand, we, their slaves, are being shot to death for minor violations of the same law.

With his impunity, Abba Kyari infected several Nigerians when he was alive. Now in death, his cabal members of lawless impunity have likely spread the killer disease to many more persons. If indeed covid-19 spreads as experts claim, Kyari’s burial and funeral gatherings must have done quite a damage. This reminds me of the ancient, barbaric, evil practice of burying dead kings with living humans, and that’s a whole lot of bullshitting, meeeeeeeeen!!!


On a second thought, however, the release of Kyari’s corpse may not really be real, if the claim of an investigative journalist, one Ms Olunloyo, is to be take seriously. Did you ever consider this possibility? The lady swears that Kyari had died over a week earlier, but the government kept it secret. If it’s true, the question is: Why the stupid secrecy, meeeeeen!!! Maybe, the reporter was right after all; maybe there was no corpse in the package that we saw going into the ground in the name of Abba Kyari. And, therefore, maybe nobody actually broke the covid-19 law as far as Abba Kyari’s corpse was concerned. But then, that is where the issue of impunity comes into play again. I have to ask the players in this stupid drama: why all the hoopla to give us the impression that you are breaking the law? Is it that you don’t give a damn how we feel about the lawlessness of our government? Do you have to rob it on our noses that you can do whatever you want to do without negative repercussions to you, in a so-called democracy????

You know, that’s one thing I hate about lying. When you lie once about one particular thing, you have to remember to continue to lie in order to update the original lie. If the cabal lied about earlier death of Kyari, they unwittingly felt that they needed to give us a shameful show of lawless impunity. They felt that they had to give us a postponed burial drama, to convince us that the man had just died. That would be an update lie to cover the original lie. That would mean that they were willing to sacrifice the lives of more Nigerians, to cover their original lie. They brought those crowds together to spread covid-19, just to cover a lie, meeeeeeeeeen!!!

I ask: where do the cabal members and their propagandists like Lai Mohammed find the moral courage to announce to us the laws that they have no intention to obey. They force us at gun-point to obey them, while they flagrantly violate them. Do these people have any conscience at all? What do they say about those Nigerians who were shot to death by the police? Now, that’s what I call the height of “Two Faces of The Law in Nigeria,” and, that’s what I also call a whole lot of executive bullshiting, meeeeeeeeeeeen!!!

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