An Open Letter To AKHA Speaker Over Plans To Islamise A’Ibom
I am compelled to write you this letter for two obvious reasons. First is in line with the axiom that ‘the hottest place in hell fire should be reserved for those who keep quiet, and second is that those who do not learn from the past are doomed.
Mr Speaker, it has come to the knowledge of every well-informed Akwa Ibom son and daughter that the extremist Islamic group, ISIS, has allegedly wired money to some members of the House of Assembly led by Hon Nse Ntuen, through a certain agent at the Central Bank of Nigeria, to sponsor and pass into law, a bill that would designate certain areas of every local government area of the state to Fulani cattle rearers under the pretext of grazing and cattles.
Mr Speaker, while it is not out of place for the people of Akwa Ibom to help others who are in need, it should be emphasized that the principal cause of most of the ethnic and religious wars in the middle belt states such as Plateau, Benue, Kogi, etc, for which over One million lives have been lost since 1980 Maitesine Riots was the decision of the indigenous people to accommodate the Hausa/ Fulani herdsmen and traders in their ancestral lands.
These penetrating religious and ethnic bigots are in the habit of tripling their population through uncontrolled marriage, child birth and forceful migration etc which inevitably leads to colonizing any area they live within a space of 10 years.
At some point, Mr Speaker, these herdsmen would exterminate the indigenous people to take over the community. It is the projection of ISIS and other Islamic Revolutionarists that Islam would take over and dominate Nigeria (Akwa Ibom inclusive) in the next 50 years.
To perfect this plan, Mr Speaker, ISIS and some Islamic multi-billionaires in Saudi Arabia, Iran and Egypt have pulled resources to lobby relevant persons in authority in Nigeria to either pass laws in favour of the Islamization policy or vote in fundamentalists into positions of authority. Little wonder why the president of the federal republic of Nigeria and the Governor of Kaduna State remained silent in the face of the massacre of Christians in southern Kaduna few weeks ago.
In Akwa Ibom, we have on good authority that Hon Nse Ntuen, member representing Essien Udim, is said to have paid the initial sum of N500 million to lobby some members of the House of Assembly for the purpose of passing the grazing bill, which has passed through second reading in the house.
Mr Speaker, to save the lives of our unborn children, l most humbly call on you to stop the passage of this bill into law, as it marks the beginning of our servitude to the Hausa-Fulani Islamists in Nigeria. I also call on all well-meaning Akwa Ibomites to mobilize themselves against this obnoxious bill in its entirety, knowing fully well that it’s meant to destroy our future generation.
Thank you, Mr Speaker for your attention.
St Vincent’s Abode