Sunday, January 10, 2010

Nigeria's President Yar'Adua is MIA!

Nigeria's President Umaru Musa Yar'Adua is Missing In Action. He was last seen on the 23rd of November, 2009. America has finally got the message. But in a sarcastic manner. How sad. Nigeria is now an object of pun and ridicule in the American media. Should we blame them?

The Nigeria State Rework and Revolutionary Alliance (NISRRA) as a group, and as it is with other well meaning Nigerian groups and individuals, have been very concerned about the unknown whereabout of a serving President of our country. All we know was that the president took ill around that time of November 23, 2009, and has been very ill even before his coming to office as the President and Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief of Nigeria, through a very controversial election which bogged down his government with the issues of illegitimacy and immense ineptitude.

Following his disappearance, there have been massive calls, both in Nigeria and from international quarters for his resignation or outright removal from office by the National Assembly of Nigeria, a call that NISRRA fully supports.

However as a visionary and revolutionary group, our interest is beyond Mr Yar'Adua's resignation or removal from office as Nigeria's President. Rather, ours is composed of a vision to urgently recreate a viable sovereign state out of the present British colonial mis-creation called Nigeria. We are poised to launch the creation a new and truly African envisioned and willed sovereign nation state where people like Goodluck Jonathan, the current Vice President of Nigeria, other members of the current government of Mr Yar'Adua, and most members of the present National Assembly of Nigeria will be unfit to be even amongst the least public servants of the new Nation State.

(Written By NISRRA)