#SUNday

‪#‎SUNDAY‬ THE DAY OF RA 
Chief Priest the people are yet to understand. Some pipo no like our preaching of the RA Gospel. Dem say Jesus Christ died for our sins(SCENES) We know Life na film made up of many scenes (SINS).
Okay think that one well well.
‘Fela believed that Jacqueline was the Egyptian Goddess Isis his eternal opponent as the Egyptian Sun God Ra. For the past 750 million years another Kalakuta lore. She has reincarnated and transformed many times that is why ‪#‎Fela‬ was surprised to find that she recognised him back in Glover Hall in the 60s. Fela said he reincarnated into this present life to regain his powers he lost 750 million years to Isis (Jacqueline). During seances with Jacqueline in his room. Fela discovered that to regain his powers he must discover his powers which were hidden in words like cathedRAl RAdio, cameRA, photogRAph, or in places IRAq IRAn or in names RAnsome, RAshid, RAji or KudiRAt’.
From the book ‘The Ikoyi Prison Narratives. The Spiritualism and Political Philosophy of Fela Kuti’ — in Ikeja, Lagos.Image

The Zimmerman Acquittal

‪#‎OJSimpson‬ and ‪#‎Zimmerman‬
Parallel worlds one Black and one White Hispanic.
‪#‎CNN‬ PRODUCER NOTE DesireG told me, ‘The Prosecution has done a decent job of showing Zimmerman’s account to be questionable but they have not done the job “proving” that he intended to kill Trayvon before they fought, which leaves room for reasonable doubt. I have to think about the Zimmerman case in legal terms because if I don’t it would hurt too much. As a teen I remember the irrational support many Black people gave OJ Simpson just because they didn’t want to see a “influential” Black man behind bars. I remember thinking, why are we supporting a man who may have murdered his wife? Over time I’ve come to realize that people weren’t so much supporting Simpson as much as they were supporting an “idea.” The idea of a Black man finally getting over in a system that was designed to work against him.’
– hhanks, CNN iReport producer
In the cartoon substitute Casey Anthony for George ZimmermanImage

DISCLAIMER IRIKEFE JEFFREY EDUWA

#Non-appearance #Corruption #Forgery #WAEC #NECO #JeffEduwa

Still parading himself as staff of Tenderland College after his dismissal. This man used his position as the Mathematics and Physics tutor to collect $250 from prospective WAEC and NECO candidates so that the prospective exam candidates could 1. Hire a graduate to write their exams 2. Allow cheating in the exam hall in collusion with exam officials. He was fired in order to stop the spread of the cancer. He is using the ill-gotten bribes to finance his post graduate studies at the University of Lagos.

Lets hope IRIKEFE JEFFREY EDUWA does not use #corruption, #forgery and #exam malpractice to gain his MSc in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering from the University of Lagos. 

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NIGERIAN ARMY MARKS 150 YEARS

NIGERIAN ‎#ARMY MARKS 150 YEARS
We say not yet a people army. Because it was formed in 1863 to attack Nigerian people as an instrument of Colonial power. The Nigerian Army laid the foundation of Nigeria when the nation was formed in 1914. In our Political Statement No 6 we advocate
6. ALL NIGERIANS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18 AND 55 TO BECOME COMPULSORY MEMBERS OF THE NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES AND ASSIGNED TO VARIOUS TRADES ACCORDING TO THEIR COMPETENCES IN REGULAR/VOLUNTEER ROLES 6 TO 17 YEARS OLD WILL BE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL YOUTH CORPS.
The history of the Nigerian Army dates to 1863, when Lt Glover of the Royal Navy selected 18 indigenes from the Northern part of the country and organized them into a local force, known as the “Glover Hausas”. The small force was used by Glover as governor of Lagos to mount punitive expedition in the Lagos hinterland and to protect British trade routes around Lagos. In 1865, the “Glover Hausa” became a regular force with the name “Hausa Constabulary”. It performed both police and military duties for the Lagos colonial government. It later became “Lagos Constabulary”. On incorporation into the West Africa Frontier Force (WAFF) in 1901, it became “Lagos Battalion”. In addition to this force, the British Government included the Royal Niger Company (RNC), Constabulary Force in Northern Nigeria in 1886 and the Oil Rivers irregular in 1891.
In 1889, Lord Fredrick Lugard had formed the incipient body of what was to be known in 1890, as the West Africa Frontier Force, (WAFF), in Jebba, Northern Nigeria. The new unit expanded by absorbing the Northern Nigeria-based elements of the Royal Niger Company (RNC) Constabulary. By the end of 1901, it had incorporated all paramilitary units in the other British dependencies into its command, thus fully meriting its designation “WAFF”.
The establishment of West Africa Frontier Force (WAFF) led to the merger of all units into regiment in each of the dependencies. The merger in Nigeria produced the Northern Nigerian Regiment and Southern Nigerian Regiment.
The First commanders of the Southern Regiments of WAFF were Lt CHP Carter (1899-1901) and Col J Wilcox (1900-1909) respectively. The two regiments were later used for expeditions during the annexation of Nigeria by Lord Lugard between 1901 and 1903.
With the amalgamation of Nigeria in 1914, the unification of the Northern and Southern Regiments came into being and this witnessed the birth of the Nigerian Regiments.
President Goodluck Jonathan in Field Marshal uniform takes the salute during Army Day celebrations July 6 2013 at the Eagle Square AbujaImage

CRISPUS ATTUCKS FATHER OF THE 4TH OF JULY

‎#4thofJuly ‎#CrispusAttucks
The Spirit of 1776
‎#LIFE ‎#LIBERTY ‎#PURSUITOFHAPPINESS
The United States Declaration of Independence, which was primarily drafted by Thomas Jefferson, was adopted by the Second Continental Congress on July 4, 1776.The text of the second section of the Declaration of Independence reads:
‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.’
Cripus Attucks a Black man was the first to die for American Independence. So show some respect.
Crispus Attucks (c. 1723 – March 5, 1770) was an American slave, merchant seaman and dockworker of Wampanoag and African descent. Many people think he was the first person shot dead by British redcoats during the Boston Massacre, in Boston, Massachusetts.
Little is known for certain about Crispus Attucks beyond that he, along with Samuel Gray and James Caldwell, died “on the spot” during the incident.Two major sources of eyewitness testimony about the Boston Massacre, both published in 1770, did not refer to Attucks as a “Negro,” or “black” man; it appeared that Bostonians accepted him as mixed race. Historians disagree on whether Crispus Attucks was a free man or an escaped slave; but agree that he was of Wampanoag and African descent.
While the extent of his participation in events leading to the massacre is unclear, Attucks in the 19th century became an icon of the anti-slavery movement. He was held up as the first martyr of the American Revolution along with others shot dead. In the early 19th century, as the Abolitionist movement gained momentum in Boston, supporters lauded Attucks as a black American who played a heroic role in the history of the United States. Because Attucks had Wampanoag ancestors, his story also holds special significance for many Native Americans.Image

WHY MORSI WAS OVERTHROWN

#MORSI

‘Soldiers cannot be President because dem be like robbery. If armed robber come meet you for house. Zombie’ Fela Kuti in ‘Music Against Second Slavery’

‘Democracy na craze demonstration’ Fela Kuti in ‘Teacher Dont Teach Me Nonsense’

In the Kalakuta Spirit world GENERAL  means Spirit of Ra. Ra is the Egyptian Sun God.

Craze World.

MORSI CALLED FOR HOLY WAR IN SYRIA.

Army concern about the way President Mohamed Morsi was governing Egypt reached a tipping point when the head of state attended a rally packed with hardline fellow Islamists calling for holy war in Syria, military sources said.

At the June 15 rally, Sunni Muslim clerics used the word “infidels” to denounce both the Shi’ites fighting to protect Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the non-Islamists that oppose Morsi at home.

Morsi himself called for foreign intervention in Syria against Assad, leading to a veiled rebuke from the army, which issued an apparently bland but sharp-edged statement the next day stressing that its only role was guarding Egypt’s borders.

“The armed forces were very alarmed by the Syrian conference at a time the state was going through a major political crisis,” said one officer, whose comments reflected remarks made privately by other army staff. He was speaking on condition of anonymity because he was not permitted to talk to the media.

The controversy surrounding the Syria conference pointed to a crippling flaw in the Morsi presidency: Though the constitution names Morsi as supreme commander of the armed forces, the military remains master of its own destiny and a rival source of authority to the country’s first freely elected head of state.

The army’s dramatic ultimatum demanding Morsi and other politicians settle their differences by Wednesday afternoon caught the presidency completely off guard. Triggered by mass protests against Morsi’s rule, it amounted to a soft coup by a military that has been a major recipient of U.S. aid since the 1970s, when Egypt made peace with neighboring Israel.

The army has cited the need to avoid bloodshed as its main motivation. It also is worried by other major problems facing Egypt, including an economic crisis that has wiped out more than one-tenth of the value of the currency this year, making it harder for the state to import fuel and food.

Speaking on the eve of the protests, the president had dismissed the idea that the army would take control again.

If Morsi was aware of irritation in the army, he chose to ignore it, believing his mandate as Egypt’s democratically elected leader gave him license to make policy the way elected leaders do elsewhere in the world.

For the army, the Syria rally had crossed “a national security red line” by encouraging Egyptians to fight abroad, risking creating a new generation of jihadists, said Yasser El-Shimy, analyst with the International Crisis Group.

At the heart of the military’s concern is the history of militant Islam in Egypt, homeland of al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahri. The military source condemned recent remarks made by “retired terrorists” allied to Morsi, who has deepened his ties with the once-armed group al-Gamaa al-Islamiya.

Speaking privately, officers in the secular-leaning military have said Egyptians did not want a religious state. Though the Brotherhood never said it wanted to set up a theocracy, such concerns reflect the army’s long-standing suspicion toward a movement banned by army rulers in 1954.Image