A thief will always be a thief-whether you would steal a pound sterling, or billions. You are a thief and you are just as culpable as those who have stolen more money. The illusion of the president of Nigeria being a saint in comparison to his predecessors can fool the rest of the world but not the Nigerians. For we are currently attending the constant pillage of Nigeria from the regions of Lagos all the way to those of Abuja. We want restitution (whether by peace or by force) of all those billions of pounds, dollars, or naira. Since we cannot punish the dead, we shall recover the dirty money of these depredations. However it is necessary to pursue all the survivers, from the State of Nigeria until that of Adamawa, while passing by the States of Abia and Ogun, all of them who have pillaged the petrolium treasures of Nigeria. We must also force all of the evil minds of this oligarchy-the most corrupt in the world- who continue to steal Nigeria''s riches, to attempt justifying the loss and theft of billions-worth of capital. If the late general Sani Abasha stole 2 - 4 billion pounds, how much would be left? Where would be the rest of the booty? And who owns the banks accounts that contain these stolen billions of pounds and dollars?Before pursuing swiss banks and other occidental banks who hold only some of the stolen sums of money, our president should send forth arrest warrants against those looters whom he knows very well and of whom most belong to his party to power. We must cease this political hypocrisy: first take away the straw from his eye before hoping for him to see better, then take away the power in the eye of his neighbor.
This evil beings are always in Nigeria and we must lead them in front of the Anti-Corruption Commission to get answers on their implication in the loss and theft of mass sums of money. The General Sani Abash is dead and cannot defend himself. However, he wasn''t alone in power and from others who diverted him or badly used our monetary funds. We must put an examination and lead to the bar all of those who took part in his leading team and who have concluded these contracts for the white elephant projects. The president of Nigeria turn the family of General Sani Abasha the scapegoat of his vendetta. We must put an interview the friends, parents, and first military leaders first and then the rule of General Sani Abasha. As long as this isn''t done, the president might as well be the accomplice and protector of criminals like this famous military leader of Liberia, Charles Taylor, research by the police but benefiting in Nigeria under the protection of our president as he tends to affairs with a corrupt oligarchy of the power party of Nigeria. Our president is already involved and must tell the truth to Nigerians and the rest of the world. In face a thief will always be a thief. We must force the Head of State, Olusegun Obasanjo, our actual President of Nigeria, to tell us the truth