November 18, 2006
Re-looting is a process by which an African Dictator that once usurped power by Military force or election malpractice comes back to power again, to impose a second-round rule of misery. Nigeria’s Dictator-General
Babangida, in deciding to contest in Nigeria’s upcoming elections has decided his ambition to re-loot Nigeria. The marauding beast once again, wants to pounce on Nigeria by the throat. Like vulture return to unfinished carcass,
Dictator-General Babangida wants to rule Nigeria again.
Dictator-General Babaginda wants to re-loot Nigeria, because he is a Dictatorial-Shylock that wants to bleed Nigeria to the final death of failed State. From 1985 to 1993, General Babangida plundered Nigeria. He bastardized every Nigerian institution, leaving behind a trail of feces, death and decay that continues to foul up Nigeria up to today.
Dictator-General Babangida was Nigeria’s political power-drunk Lucifer, the head of a government malicious to the freedom of its own people.
The Dictator-General soaked Nigeria in economic agony, bombed a journalist, and used bribery as a tool to reward like minded usurpers. Any opposition in his path, meet with aggressive bodily damage or intimidation. Nigerians lived in fear! The Dictator-General amassed wealth till he got fat in the neck, while taking Nigerians to economic latrine.
During his reign as President, Dictator-General Babangida swindled Nigeria like a bully swindle candy from a child. He bribed Intellectuals and Priests, executed men who dare portrayed opposing views, and played mockery of a Democratic process which he himself initiated.
The question; what gives this former Nigerian Dictator, the audacity to dream of contesting for Presidential seat again? What makes a Terrorist, Journalist killing Dictator; want to via for Political power again? What gives a historically low-life Nigerian General and Anti-Democracy tyrant the right to want to contest in an election?
The answer is simple; Dictator-General Babangida has no moral right to uphold a Nigerian civic calling. He has no right to any Nigerian civic duty; he has nothing left to contribute to public office. The Dictator-General has no right to taste Nigerian democratic process, and he has no right to usurp Nigeria twice.
But the Dictator-General is a usurper for-life, and can not resist re-looting temptations. With tendencies of a power-drunk glutton, the urge to usurp power is ripe. He gloats because, Nigerian Debt has been forgiven or paid, Oil prices have skyrocketed, banking consolidation has given Nigerian Banks more wealth, the Telecommunications industry has witnessed unprecedented industry growth. Oil price increases has also swelled the Nigerian foreign reserve purse. The Dictator-General gloats and wants to be President again. Usurper with a new calling to usurp!
The re-looting opportunities have ripened, the Dictator General knows that if he becomes president, he can inject cancer once again into the soul of Nigeria, he can accrue more foreign debt and once again paint Nigeria with the leprosy of foreign indebtedness. The bulging eye Dictator-General has seen the Nigeria’s foreign reserve swell, and If he becomes President again, he knows there is a larger loot awaiting.