Of course, General Sanni Abacha of horrible memory was a real hero. Is it not you guys who keep saying that there is no truth,

True to God: Sanni Abacha was a true hero

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Of course, General Sanni Abacha of horrible memory was a real hero. Is it not you guys who keep saying that there is no truth, but that it is all about perspective? Y’all need to make up your minds once and for all about this truth thing.

You can’t be doing selective application. It is either there is truth and it can be recognized or there is not and anything goes.

For now, the worst, blood-thirstiest and most heartless dictator that ever ruled Nigeria was/is a real hero. Perspective, people. Perspective.

2 comments

  1. Yes o….

    There are no truths.. Only perspectives.. And perception.

    What’s the difference between a Leader that kills the citizens surreptitiously , gradually , inexorably, by pauperizing…. while showing an amiable, jocular mien….

    … and another that kills directly by using his killers to snuff out lives.

    One is not necessarily better than the others in achieving his objectives..

    Depending on your perception, the Late Man in the Dark Goggles may deserve accolades rather than vituperative expletives…

    After all..

    //Mr.Abacha oversaw an increase in the country’s foreign exchange reserves from
    $494 million in 1993 to $9.6 billion by the middle of 1997; and reduced the external debt of Nigeria from $36 billion in 1993 to $27 billion in 1997.

    Mr. Abacha brought all the controversial privatization programs of the Babangida
    administration to a halt, reduced an inflation rate of 54 per cent inherited from the Ibrahim Bambang Ida administration to 8.5 per cent between 1993 and 1998, while the nation’s primary commodity, oil, was at an average of $9
    per barrel.//

    That’s one perceptive.

    I have a different, alternative perception..

    …. And ne perception, our point of view is not necessarily superior to the other..

  2. I don’t see any difference between the “blood thirsty” late Abacha and our present learders, how many political assassinations took place between 1999 and 2014? How many innocent Nigerians were killed by this administration during the occupy Nigeria protest? Agreed, Abacha was a dictator, blood thirsty and all that, but he achieved for Nigeria in five years what our present leaders failed to achieve in fifteen years of our democracy.

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