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FIRE: A TRENDING CRIMINAL; Coincidental fire outbreaks and high profile fraud cases in Nigeria

A country where people  don’t take responsibility for their actions, A country where FIRE is made an accomplice of high profile frauds, blamed for tampering evidence. A country where anything goes and no one sees anything wrong with it….  This is Nigeria where everyone seem petrified, and can no longer speak.
The trending fire outbreaks have left me wondering if brains of our great Nigerians have been on auto pause, or are we just void of reasoning, that we no longer ask questions or react to the LIES BEING TOLD in the STORIES BEING SOLD by the media? I am sure there is one or more persons who see these things but are scared of raising their voices.
Hear the WHISPERS in your ears from the mouth of reality, about a country where FIRE is put on a stand, accused of every crime taking place in these  Offices where fire starts shortly after probing on how funds disappear. Who will defend the accused, whose name has become so popular in the past for months? Who will clear her name and bring justice to the culprits? Who will give account for all the fire outbreaks on ;
  • 8th April 2020 – The Treasury House.
  • 15th April 2020 – The Corporate Affairs Commission.
  • 17th April 2020 – The Independent National Electoral Commission.
  • 21st April 2020 – The Jos branch of The Central Bank of Nigeria.
  • 3rd July 2020 – The Gombe branch of the Central Bank of Nigeria.
  • 13th July 2020 – The World Trade Centre Abuja .
Permit me to say that fire did not hold a meeting to go after Government Offices, however, been set on purpose. But who can boldly say it when there’s no proof? From where I’m standing, this looks like the story of the snake swallowing millions and disappearing with no trace of evidence. It hurts to see that everyone can’t see how small this once great country has become.
Those MIGHTY EAGLES that once lived have lost their wings and have become  Vultures sitting in high places and scavenging on leftover funds, at the detriment of the masses, leaving this country with a strong stench of corruption by their morbid reactions.
I say it is time to wake up the Eagles in us and take down these vultures around us, otherwise, we’ll have more primitive people handling our offices and making camp fires in the midst of their offices to help cover their tracks when money in their possessions begin to grow legs….
We deserve a Country with green fields and a fresh smell…
We deserve a Country filled with happy people…  We deserve more…
We deserve a Life…
We deserve Nigeria!!!

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