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The Blood Of The Innocent Agom Adara, Maiwada Galadima, Still Crying For Justice, One Year On

The Oasis Reporters

October 26, 2019

Late Agom Adara, Dr. Maiwada Raphael Galadima (J.P.), 1954-2018,

Oh, how time flies. It is one year after that ignoble plan to kidnap and subsequently murder you was executed. After the perpetrators had taken the decision to appropriate the Adara nation for whatever reasons, they failed to provide for the aftermath of their treachery. Everyone knows exactly why they needed to put you out. You did exactly what any patriot would do in the circumstance which was to stand up for the nation of which you were leader. If they thought they were going to put out the light of the Adara people and nation, they have failed.

After you, they went for the leadership of the Adara, arresting and consigning them to prisons under trumped up charges. They failed abysmally to see or know that whilst prisons hold people within their walls they cannot hold back ideas and so the Adara nation lives on today. We continue to mourn your brutal murder but with the conviction that you fought a good fight for your people.
Long Live the Adara Nation.

From the on set, the conspirators sought to mask their evil under or behind the usual thick carpet of UNKNOWN GUNMEN. Not being successful, they sought also to advance a number of hypothesis in an attempt to explain away this murder. Yet again they failed. Even as their hands continue to drip horribly with blood, they must be placed on notice that justice is coming to them one way or another. The dubious conspiracy which eventually led to the tragic loss of the Adara monarch was intended to put the Adara nation to strife but they have failed abysmally.

Surely, the Adara episode may have been intended as an experiment, the outcome of which, if successful would be implemented on the other ethnic nationalities. The outcome has been a catastrophic failure on account of the fact that those behind it were and likely to continue to be on the wrong side of history.

This is the 21st Century, but they are still living in the past. The Adara experience was intended to benefit the feudal system which has been comatose in the face of new ideas and the advent of time.

Late Maiwada Raphael Galadima the Agom Adara, even in death, we continue to remember you today being the anniversary of your departure. We shall continue to mourn you.

May the Adara nation continue to wax stronger in the face of the prevalent tactics of divide and rule.. We are not unaware of the ignoble roles fifth columnists played and are still playing in advancing the interest of detractors. If any of those involved in the conspiracy which has brought all of us to this sorry state delude themselves over the 30 pieces of silver which they collected to facilitate the betrayal of their peoples and nation, let them recall the story of Judas Iscariot.

Written by Col. Dauda Gora (rtd)

He writes from Kaduna, North West Nigeria.

Greg Abolo

Blogger at The Oasis Reporters.

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