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In a letter converned by the leader of the group Dr Idris Ahmed to our newsmen reads:


In a shameless show of banditry and treachery that looked more like a broad daylight gang-rape or armed robbery of a nation than lawmakers passing bills, the Bukola Saraki Mafia cabal at the Senate, presided by Ike Ekweremadu, hastily passed the Code of Conduct Bureau Act (CCBA) and the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) amendment bills through their second readings in just three days! This is the fastest for a bill, in recent memory.

Insiders at the Senate reported that 36 Toyota Landcruiser V8 engine Sport Utility Vehicles were allegedly purchased and distributed as bribes to the Mafia cabal, to facilitate the hurried amendment of these two bills, which directly affect Bukola Saraki’s pending court cases for forgery, false declaration of assets, grandeur theft and money laudering. This is what happens to the laws of the land when a criminal gangster like Bukola Saraki fraudulently becomes the Senate President.

The shambolic theatrics of the bills amendment was initiated by Senator Nwaoboshi. His motion was supported by Dino Melaye, who thought that the proposal was justified. The Senate Chairman of Ethics Committee, Sam Anyanwu, also supported the amendment. Other traitors who supported the bill during the debate include Senator Biodun Olujimi, who said “if you don’t support your neighbour when his house is burning, it will extend to yours!”

Senator Yahaya Abdullahi supported the bill, but added insult to injury by urging the Senate to be “mindful” of public perception, due to wrong timing of the bill! But his hopeless statement was rendered even more useless by Senator Abu Ibrahim, who supported the bill and unashamedly said that “the time is right!”

The CCBA and ACJA amendment bills have therefore fraudulently passed their second reading today. They are now forwarded to the Senate Judiciary Committee for review, which will report back to Senate in two weeks time.

Fellow compatriots, let us give the fraudulent Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, who presided over this show of shame, a dose of our mind. Let us call or text Ekweremadu on +2347034033888, +2348075757000, +2348065290996. If the traitors have balls to bastardise our constitution in broad day light, we must have the courage to react lawfully. This is a bad day for democracy in Nigeria.

Finally, please note that 26th April in the new date for #OccupyNass to #ReclaimNigeria from the traitors.

May God save Nigeria and Nigerians. Amen.

Please circulate generously. Together we can stop these thieves!”

Dr. Idris Ahmed.


— Okorochukwu Ikechukwu (correspondent)

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