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Opinion: Buhari’s Enlistment Of Nigeria Under Islamic Nations A Direct Islamization Agenda

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April 27, 2016 – Opinion: Buhari’s Enlistment Of Nigeria Under Islamic Nations Is A Direct Islamization Of Nigeria – John Emeka

The present day Turkey was once a christian dominated country. But today Turkey is an islamic nation.
This was as a result of direct & indirect jihad.

In Nigeria today, we see the direct and indirect jihad in the guise of boko haram, we see direct jihad in the guise of cases like Ese oruru and many of such uncovered stories.
We see direct jihad in the guise of the president enlisting nigeria amongst an islamic nations.

However the current indirect islamic jihad in nigeria is the NATIONAL GRAZING COMMISSION BILL presently at the national assembly.

This bill empowers the commission to take over lands in any part of the country(southern Nigeria Inclusive) & establish graving fields on them.

Now what we should know about the undertone islamic jihad behind this is that FOR EVERY GRAVING FIELD there are settlement/hamlets around it with ATLEAST FOUR MOSQUES and these mosque will be headed by IMAMS– your daughters will be kidnapped and hidden in those places. That is how they indirectly come in; enlarge with four wives to one man then sorround you with AK47s in 30yrs to come.

May be you should ask the plateau state indigenes about their ordeal in the hands of the jihadists, Since after there forefather’s allowed them to settle among them.

If the senators and rep member’s especially 4rm south should allow this bill to see the light of the day, they have succesfully sold off the generation next and the generation yet to come

Opinion article by John Emeka, ONE OF THE TOP NG COMMENTATORS



  1. Metu Nyetu

    April 27, 2016 at 7:08 AM

    This grazing thing, if well managed, would solve the problem of reccuring herdsmen attacks on communities. Such things like having to slow down your vehicle for cattle, and the countless accidents they have caused, would all become things of the past. This I believe.

    But I don’t want to hush my misgivings about it all. Buhari could use this as a subterfuge to foster an evil agenda. It has always been the intention of those blood-thirsty jihadists to win the whole of Nigeria by force. Of course that is the meaning of Islam: subjugation. Those who say that Islam means peace are deceived and are, in turn, deceiving others.

    Wars are won by winning the battles. And they are winning the battles in the subtle manner they penetrate us and establish their strongholds amongst us.

    Buhari has on countless occasions denied that he intended islamising the country. I do not expect him to accept it, anyway. And again, Pastor Tunde Bakare had avowed in favour of Buhari that he(Buhari) is a tolerant moslem; that even amongst his domestic staff are Christians.

    Well, that may be true. But those behind the scene, are they equally tolerant? Again, Buhari’s registeration of Nigeria as a Moslem country, is that tolerance? Shouldn’t tolerance mean representing every other major religion in the country?

    All I can say is let Christians be prepared. We shall not be like Turkey that caved in. We shall meet them physically if it comes to that. I hope that those schemers are wise enough to know that any open attempt to realise this agenda in a full-scale would quickly lead to the disintergration of this country. Biafra would split. Oduduwa Nation would follow suit.

  2. sola olaniyi

    April 27, 2016 at 7:13 AM

    Am tired of this fake change


    April 27, 2016 at 7:16 AM


  4. mulikat

    April 27, 2016 at 7:23 AM

    yes Biafra will split and we Oduduwa will have our own nation, let the rest can be under sharia islamic boko haram country,will not allowed any of them enter our country,only by visa for those who are marry to our children only.100ys of force marriage produce nothing gud,only backward, blood ,killing innocent people and force to be their way,we have nothing in time to let all fulani herdmen out of our area, if we go to norther part we settle peacefull with them go to our daily business,but if they move to our area only blood.afterall they have more land than all S-W,S-E and S-S together, why grazing land in our small place,they should hand over all sambias forest to the fulanis herdmen. no country have moveing nomadic again , God we are in 2016,not 2000ys back ward.they are take over other people place, look at Plateau tribes dieing every day in hands of fulanis, we dont want ogun, oyo,enugu, abia,delta all blood of innocent in hands of fulani destorying farm lands, their animals feed on poor people farms, if u say why, is death, cos all have AK 47.

    • rukkyjohn

      April 27, 2016 at 1:24 PM

      I agree with you Mulikat

  5. fifelomo

    April 27, 2016 at 7:35 AM

    ……and this is called ‘CHANGE’

  6. abdulwahab

    April 27, 2016 at 9:05 AM

    plis, nigerians we should think and move forward.our religions,culture should serve us better rather than creating chance to politicians to get more wealth.we should think wisely.

  7. John Emeka

    April 27, 2016 at 9:31 AM

    Dat is one of the thing we pray it never come to pass

  8. Tee

    April 27, 2016 at 9:32 AM

    Why is everything has to be about religion, why? counties make deals and pacts with each other, there is memorandum of understanding and cooperation in framework of every country’s foreign policy, countries come together for unity of purpose to confront threats that impacts on their economy and their citizens. There is Nato alliance,Brics,OAU.Arabic Alliance,you have the Fair Trade agreements between nations, there coalition against poaching and there is cooperation among nations for preservation endangered species, the list is endless even USA UK Germany, Russia et all has treaties and pact with many Arab countries does that make them Islamic?the list is endless. why in this day and age we can’t focus on development and advancement of our nation. we cannot even produce our own staples food Gari and rice en-mass it is only being done by little pockets of individuals in villages. it only by interaction with other nations that we can move forward,that adage: ESHIN IWAJU NI TEYIN NWO SARE comes to mind , we need to focus on betterment of the nation, the idea of the ranch is a good one and a step in the right direction at least it will take of the heat and reduce the impact of clashes among communities, if you go to advance countries you will see acres and acres of grazing fields along the major motor ways and rail tracks all fenced off to prevent any accidents, they are strategically located for easy access to transportation and distribution, our main focus now should be development.we lack in the mist of plenty. religion is personal relationship with ones God and can not be forced on people. Its only the two major religions that have caused untold destruction to human race,it is high time we look at the problem from evidential perspective not dogmatic rationals.

  9. betty

    April 27, 2016 at 9:33 AM

    I knew something like this will come up. The bill has not be pass look @ what Fulani are doing. Nigeria can never be Islamic country that bill will never see the light of the day

  10. John Emeka

    April 27, 2016 at 9:39 AM

    Buhari silence on the attack and killing of people by the fulani herdsmen across the country is suspicious..
    Sooner or later d whole secrets will come 2 light

  11. Danti

    April 27, 2016 at 11:42 AM

    If we could join all that worldly organizations such as The UN, Ecowas, world bank, IMF and so on; why not Islamic organization? Do they( Muslims) not represent Nigeria at Mecca every year? We Christians are part of something, so let others enjoy their rights. There is no need to complicate non- issue, economic development is of utmost importance and we use all knowledge applicable to succeed and not dwelling on rudimentary issues.

  12. J.J

    April 27, 2016 at 12:16 PM

    I can’t believe anyone would ever be so gullible to believe this ***** write up. So, all the instances you give are attempt to Islamize Nigeria? Smh. It’s people like you that fuel the vehicle for intolerance and terrorism. Grazing land meant for cattle would be used to build mosque and imams would be appointed? And the imams would have no other jobs than to kidnap people’s daughters? I was expecting to see sensible and informative replies under the post. But I’m ashamed most people who replied fell for the ******.

    • Tee

      April 27, 2016 at 7:00 PM

      @JJ please tell them.let us keep enlighten ourselves, their attitude is just fueling the already tensed atmosphere, this issue of religion is now bordering on fanaticism,it is a shame that ‘christians’ are now presenting themselves as obstacle to peace and progress of Nigeria, what i like to ask some of these people is this:
      1.can religion put food on your table?
      2.can religion put fuel in your car?
      3 can religion put electric in your house
      4 can religion provide good train system?
      5 can religion pay your pension when you get old?
      6 can religion give you blood transfusion when you are sick?
      7 can religion put satellite into orbit for tv and communication systems?
      8 can religion make cars?
      9 can religion make phones
      10 can religion make mammogram and cancer scanners for hospital?
      11 can religion make computers
      12 can religion pay your school fees ?
      13 can religion provide good roads?
      14 can religion make aeroplane ?
      15 can religion make ship?
      if the answer to these questions is yes then why is Nigeria not heaven on earth? why is Nigeria in dire straits in this day and age? our people have been conditioned to look for mana from heaven. we need to look critically at ourselves. Nigeria can only be great if we focus on real issues that will bring real prosperity and peace to our nation; strategic Planning is the key , followed by legislation, regulation, implementation and good audit systems. then we can start to see the gradual change, all other nations that are doing well now have had to plan and strategize for the benefit of their nation.though i dear say that the impact of all these religious issues and sentiments is deep and young generation that suppose to take up the mantle have been indoctrinated and it will take big effort to undo the damage already done, so we are in for a long haul.At the end of the day religion is personal relationship with ones God and not with man.let just do good for the sake of our nation and future generations.

  13. James Brown

    April 27, 2016 at 12:28 PM

    All christians should be wise and NOT be too logical and educated to see the reality on ground that they want to turn Nigeria into an Islamic State. So all Christian should ready to face them eye for an eye. IGBO, YORUBA AND MANY OTHER TRIBES IN CANT GOTO KANO OR SOKOTO TO ASK FOR SUCH NONSENSE . If you have ever live in the far north you appreciate what am saying.

  14. JAMOON(GBS Forever)

    April 27, 2016 at 12:44 PM

    When people were shouting change i jamoon definition saw the handwriting on the wall but people thought i was playing politics but now what is happening? beside i miss Naijagist and fans i love u all.

  15. rukkyjohn

    April 27, 2016 at 1:23 PM

    Good opinion at MULIKAT, the bill must not stand. Sambisa forest should be their base

  16. UGO

    April 27, 2016 at 3:39 PM

    Dear Fulanis please is it that you don’t have space in your land to graze
    your cows. why can’t you allow us have peace of mind. Those people you are
    killing might be forced to take laws in their hands. there is God ooooooo

  17. Maryf

    April 27, 2016 at 4:09 PM

    The bill thing is useless, because is not going anywhere in this country.

  18. Metu Nyetu

    April 27, 2016 at 8:50 PM

    @JJ, there is no point continuing to lie. If you’re sincere about your refutation, then tell us why Nigeria should be registered as a moslem country when we are not. Or is it not the long-term plan of your people, which you are fully aware of, but have chosen to confuse those who do not know? What Usman dan Fodio could not accomplish in his life time because he was defeated in Kwara State, your people have sworn a blood-oath to still carry on with. God will never let that happen, or Nigeria would break up. That is even better. I hate being yoked together with peaceful murderers.

    @Tee, I don’t just understand your bearing. You have simply left the main issue to ask questions that run off at a tangent.

    • Tee

      April 28, 2016 at 8:56 AM

      @Metu Nyetu, You don’t understand What? it is written in english not latin. Please open your mind. stop the pretense! the computer or phone you are using now is it made by religion ? The people that gave us the religion have finished with it because it has served the purpose for which they set out to gain at the onset,(resources and to disparage our innate abilities) and is/was a tool for is a pity that we are now using the same tool to further keep ourselves in bondage. Give you a few example:
      1-In 1886, the first petrol- or gasoline-powered automobile, was invented by Karl Benz
      2- Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone, made the first call on March 10, 1876
      3- First phone invented by J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly
      4- Alan Turing first digital computer
      5- First apple computer -Steve Jobs.
      were these people doing religion ? the answer is capital NO they set out to find solutions to world problems to improve living standards for entire humanity. like i said previously the answer to most of our problem is strategic planning and good legislation backed up by will to enforce the law. even if you are a christian it is said ; where there is no law there is no sin.Romans 5:13. the people the gave us the religion used it as basis for their laws and the machinery for the enforcement is in place and the law is upheld in the courts.This so called ‘opinion’ is a scaremongering and bordering fanaticism, it will only further instability in the country. Remember this is a democratic government, and the government is arbiter of law and is working to maintain peace by finding solution to issues affecting its citizen, the proposed land grazing bill is a step in the right direction, let all abide by law and you will see dramatic change in the every aspect of our lives. What we need now is to work for peaceful coexistence then progress in all aspect of life can slowly manifest.All these christian /Muslim squabbles will only lead to destruction and instability; it is said where there is will there is away.
      lets work for betterment of our motherland.
      I love Nigeria so much it beyond words!

  19. Omokehinde

    April 28, 2016 at 2:19 AM

    I still believe with my whole heart that anyone can make a point without false accusations, misrepresentation, and lying. There is no proof that PMB has enlisted Nigeria as Islamic Republic of Nigeria with aNY islamic group or organization. One thing is to hate him just because he defeated your benefactor in the last election, and the other evil is to tell uninformed Nigerians a big lies. Some even dislike him with a passion because he is a practicing Muslim from the Hausa/Fulani tribe in the northern Nigeria. But falsely claiming that president Buhari as listed a circular nation like Nigeria as Islamic Republic is wicked, unpatriotic, straighr lie and total insanity. Thousands of Buharis cannot Islamise Nigeria because Nigerian people are not dumb, stupid, and unintelligent. Rumors have a serious destructive effect on a nation, and those that know this fact stay away from carrying lies and rumors. Brother John Emaka, we can talk about the president’s mistakes and bad policies if the need arises, but we should not dwell on falsehood to make the president look bad just based on hatred, sentiments, and religious intolerance. I’m a Christian, and I will kick against anyone or group trying to enforce any religion on Nigerian people. This is nothing but false propaganda of the highest order.

  20. Metu Nyetu

    April 28, 2016 at 7:08 AM

    Please check out this link@Omokehinde:
    ****link removed***

  21. Metu Nyetu

    April 28, 2016 at 11:18 AM

    Haba! Naijagist, I may understand others. But this one beats me.

  22. sharon stone

    April 30, 2016 at 1:24 PM

    those Dat embraced dis change are yet to see more of dis. change my foot

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