A DANGEROUS TREND IN THE NIGERIAN ARMY

The Nigerian Army

The Nigerian Army

There is a new dangerous trend in promotions and recruitment in the Nigerian Army, which should be firmly and promptly checked before it destroys the military and the country. This trend is clearly visible in the manner in which the current Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Azubuike Ihejirika is handling these two important aspects of running an effective army institution, which is very critical to the survival of any state. It appears that the Chief of Army Staff is on a specific mission, most probably, sponsored by some sinister dark forces bent on destroying the army and setting the country on the path of serious conflagration. From all indication General Ihejirika is deliberately and recklessly pursuing a plan to destroy the career of senior non Igbo officers while at the same time embarking on a massive recruitment of soldiers of Igbo stock in order to eclipse all other ethnic groups in the Nigerian Army. This is raising serious concern within the army.

Let us, first, examine the promotion exercises carried out in all the formations since the elevation of Lieutenant General Azubuike Ihejirika to the office of Chief of Army Staff. We begin with the Ordinance Corps.

THE ORDINANCE CORPS

In 2010, the Ordinance Corps presented the following brigadiers for consideration for promotion to the rank of Major General:

  1. Brigadier Kachallah of NDA Course 22
  2. Brigadier Oginni of NDA Course 23
  3. Brigadier Martins of NDA Course 24
  4. Brigadier Ugwu of NDA Course 25

It is instructive to note that of these four officers it was only Brigadier Ugwu, the most junior who was promoted. As is well known Brigadier Ugwu was of NDA Course 25 but was eventually relegated to course 26. This promotion was cynically effected in order to elevate Brigadier Ugwu above the others who by this act, automatically lost their seniority. Thus Brigadier Ugwu is today, Ordinance Corps Commander ahead of all his seniors.

THE ARMOURED CORPS

The situation was no different in the Armoured Corps. In 2010 the following officers were promoted.

  1. Brigadier Oshonowo of NDA Course 24
  2. Brigadier Nwaogbo of NDA Course 25
  3. Brigadier Awala of NDA Course 25

In appointing the Corps Commander, Lieutenant General Ihejirika sacrificed the vaunted military tradition of respect for seniority and competence. He by-passed Brigadier Oshinowo, who was the most senior and the overall best in NDA Course 24. Instead, General Ihejirika appointed Brigadier Nwaogbo Corps Commander. Obviously this happened because Nwaogbo is Igbo. Let us examine the Supply and Transport Corps.

SUPPLY AND TRANSPORT CORPS

A similar situation presented itself in the Supply and Transport Corps which recommended the following Brigadiers for promotion in 2011:

  1. Brigadier Baidon of NDA Course 25
  2. Brigadier Magaji of NDA Course 26
  3. Brigadier Nienger of NDA Course 26
  4. Brigadier Agha Okoro of NDA Course 28

It is astonishing that of these officers, only their junior Agha Okoro of NDA Course 28 was promoted. Clearly, this was done in order to give Brigadier Okoro undue advantage to take over from Major General Gana as Corps Commander.

CORPS OF ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS

This dangerous trend was also noticeable in the Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. In 2011 the following Brigadiers were presented for promotion.

  1. Ariende ( of Edo State)
  2. Labaran
  3. Amao
  4. Adekanye
  5. Chioba.

Since Labaran was already in the Defence Industry Corporation of Nigeria (DICON), where a Major General vacancy existed, he was lucky but Chioba was also promoted. Chioba’s promotion was to pave the way for him to emerge as Corps Commander of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

NATIONAL DEFENCE COLLEGE COURSE 18

Let us also consider the case of officers of the National Defence College Course 18

Of all the officers of NDA Course 33 who attended the National Defence College Course 18, only one officer was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General. His name is Duru. The Igbo boy. This officer’s grade on the course was a High C. Many other officers on the course came out with C+ grades but were not promoted last year.

Col Oyekan who was outstanding in the course and even had an award was not promoted. Similarly Col Shodunke who also got an award, was not promoted. He only got promoted this year having lost seniority by one year. The scheme was to deliberately slow down Col Shodunke to give Duru seniority. What is even more diabolical about this terrible scheme is that the award-winning Col Oyekan is still languishing for a second year without promotion. The treatments meted out to these two officers become even more disturbing given the fact that both Shodunke and Oyekan were Directing Staff (DR), at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, an appointment reserved for only the most outstanding officers. The question that arises from all this, is, what should an officer do in the Nigerian Army led by General Ihejitika to get recognition? Mediocrity?

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AS A CURSE

It appears that it is a curse for an officer to perform outstandingly and professionally in the Nigerian Army headed General Ihejirika. This can be exemplified by the case of Colonel Soleye, one of the finest officers of his generation.

Two officers from the same state , Ogun, attended the National Defence College, Course 18. Both of them hail from Abeokuta. They were Colonels Soleye and Fadunsi. The former came out of that course with C+ grade. He had a High C in his Senior Division Staff Course and C+ in his Junior Division Staff Courses. The other officer, Fadunsi had a High C grade in the NDC Course and a C grade in both his Senior and Junior Staff Courses. Yet this officer was promoted ahead of Soloye who has a National Honour for Gallantry in Liberia as a platoon commander. Col Soloye also had various awards from the then Chief of Army Staff. But he is now languishing for a second year without promotion.? Reason? His outstanding personal and professional records. The plan here, just as in the case of Oyekan, is to slow down this rising star who might get in the way of Igbo officers “destined” by General Ihejirika to rise above him. By the way, Soleye’s type of gallantry in Liberia was not the cash and carry type. He almost lost both of his legs in trying to save his soldiers’ lives. Investigation has also revealed that he has so far no disciplinary case against him. Lieutenant General Ihejirika is still not done. He pursued his fiendish scheme with NDC Course 19.

NDC COURSES 19 and 20:EXCELLENCE AS DAMNATION

Let us again examine the case of NDC Course 19. Two officers excelled in that course: Col Unuigbe and Adefarati. Col Unuigbe not only came third, but also had an award for his performance. He was also given a commendation by the Chief of Army Staff and recommended to return as Directing Staff. He is still a Colonel!! Colonel Adefarati was also outstanding. Although he came 5th in that course, he was also denied promotion.

This deliberate destruction of the careers of diligent officers has continued with NDC course 20.

Col Olu who came 1st in the course, was for some strange reason not promoted. Of all the officers on the course who were due for promotion, only two were promoted. These are Colonels Egbudon and Okonkwo who coincidentally happen to be Igbo.

The most shocking was the case of Colonel John Enenche who is Idoma. Enenche had two Chief of Army Staff commendations, one National Honour and very strong C+ in the course. Yet he was denied promotion in order to, just like in the case of Col Soleye, to slow him down for General Ihejirika’s kinsmen to catch up,with them in the Corps of Engineers.

CRUDE MANOEUVRES

Let us go back to the Corps of Supply and Transport where two Brigadiers were retired, thus creating two vacancies for promotion. The two officers retired were Magaji and Baidom. The Corps had only one officer to present for promotion to Brigadier. This officer is Colonel Jidda who is a former Directing Staff at the Command and Staff College, Jaji. Col Jidda also graduated from the National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies Kuru with a B Grade. Colonel Jidda was not promoted in the last promotion exercise. The point here is that there were vacancies for two but only one was available. A good officer at that, but he was denied promotion. The only reason for this is that the other officer , Col Anene, an Igbo, who could have been presented alongside Jidda for promotion could not be presented because he was in NIPPS, Kuru on a course. If Jidda had been promoted, he would have automatically gained seniority over this Igbo officer. The idea is for Jidda to wait for the Igbo boy to graduate from NIPPS so they can be presented next year with other officers from NDC course 21. Most likely, some Igbo officers would then edge out Jidda who will then suffer the faith of Col Oyekan and Col Soleye.

Similarly in the Finance Corps, a Brigadier General was retired thereby creating vacancy for promotion. So far only one officer has been presented for promotion for two consecutive years without success. This officer is Colonel Rufus Adejoro who graduated from NDC with a C+. It is obvious that Col Adejoro who is on his last lap is being deliberately kept for age to catch up with him, so that when next he is presented along with a suitable “Kith and Kin” he will be edged out.

Furthermore, there is the case of Brig. Gen M. L. Raji of the Artillery Corps. This officer was wrongfully accused of releasing a Boko Haram terrorist from detention. Although Raji was court martialled he was cleared of all charges and acquitted. As is well-known, this officer’s record has always been outstanding. He was clearly heading to the top but had to be slowed down for others. Having been cleared of all charges, he was presented for promotion in 2011 but was denied . The idea was to stigmatize him. He was again denied promotion in 2012. This means he is now in a precarious situation.

PROMOTING MEDIOCRITY AND NEPOTISM

In some instances it appears that Gen Ihejiriaka is not only interested in advancing the interests of his kith and kin but is also hell bent on promoting mediocrity in the army. We can illustrate this by taking the case of NDA Course 29. This course has many outstanding officers but pre-eminent amongst these is Brigadier General Oyebade.

Brigadier Oyebade not only had a B grade in his Senior Staff Course in Pakistan, he achieved an A Grade in National Defence University in Pakistan. Brigadier Oyebade was a Directing Staff (DS), in both the Staff College, Jaji and Defence College, Abuja. However the officer was denied promotion in the just concluded exercise.

Still on NDA course 29. Brig. Odunukwe of the Corps of Signals had to be promoted at all costs during the last promotion, otherwise age would have caught up with him on the rank. He just had to be promoted. This explains why he was promoted alongside two other signal officers. Out of the three promoted, two are Igbos, the other being Brig Orji. Again for Orji, he was in a tight spot. This was his last chance, but because Ihejirika did not want his calculations to appear obvious, he inserted a Yoruba officer, Ologundudu, to smoke up people’s vision.

It should be mentioned that many Igbo officers who have an age problem were not presented with letters of retirement unlike others who have since been eased out without a chance to progress. A case in mind is that of Brig Gen U.M Danko from Bauchi who was never presented for any promotion board since he was promoted in 2008. Nefariously, the officer was blocked from being presented three times so that age will catch up with him.

In course 30 of NDA, four (4) officers were presented but none was promoted. These officers include Brigadier P.A.T Akem, S. Abubakar, Ebenebe and Okoh. The reason is that if any were to be promoted, it would have to be an Igbo officer. It would difficult to drop Akem, a Tiv officer or, Abubakar an Igbirra officer, both with very good records. General Ihejirika therefore preferred to sacrifice Ebenebe and Okoh, who in any case did not have age on their side, for officers from junior course (SS 26). The idea again being that for every promotion he must insert an Igbo. For example, he picked Duru from course 33, leaving behind Akem whose records are outstanding or Abubakar who did very well in NDC.

SINISTER MOVES

Gen Ihejirika’s entrenchment of mediocrity and nepotism in the Nigerian army becomes clearer when we consider the promotion and postings of Brigadier Onoeveta. This officer was the ADC to the late President Umary Yar’adua, who was central to the scheme to deploy soldiers at the airport when the late Yar’adua was flown into the country from Saudi Arabia. He did so by disobeying the Chief of Defence Staff, National Security Adviser and the acting President. He prevented Acting President Goodluck from functioning until the death of President Yar’adua. Curiously after the death of President Yar ‘adua, Brigadier Onoeveta’s colleagues were summarily retired or denied promotion. For example, Brigadier Mustapha, the Commander Guards Brigade is still a Brigadier years after the death of President Yar’adua. However, not only was Brigadier Onoeveta a crafty never – do – well Officer promoted, he has also been elevated above all his seniors who are known in the army to be far more solid and diligent officers than him. Mention should also be made here of Brigadier S.D Bala, Dadan Garba, D.E. L Yakubu, Oyekan, Akem and S. Abubakar, Soleye, Adefarati, Olatunde and Jidda, Marmoni, A.M Aliyu etc all officers who have made their mark in the army as we mentioned above. The question that arises is, what explains the retention and the preferential treatment being given to Brigadier Oneveta, who is notorious for mediocrity. One plausible explanation for this elevation of mediocrity is that it is a calculated attempt to achieve certain sinister or diabolical objective perhaps known only to General Ihejirika and the dark forces behind his actions.

DISREGARD FOR ARMY COUNCIL DECISIONS

The pursuit of General Ihejirika’s evil agenda also manifest themselves clearly in his disregard for decisions of the Army Council. As the table below shows the Army Council approved the retirement of 11Major Generals but General Ihejirika retired 12. Similarly, 26 Brigadiers were retired instead 25 approved by the Council while 13 Colonels were retired instead of the 12 approved.

Analysis of Retirement in the Nigerian Army

Rank Retirements Approved by Army Council Retirements Carried Out

  • Major General 11 12
  • Brigadier General 25 26
  • Colonel 12 13

Total 48 51

The unauthorised officers retired were:

  • Major General O. Akinyemi N/6071 South West
  • Brigadier General U.M Danko N/7178 North East
  • Col F.C. Adaka N/8876 South South

IHEJIRIKA’S IGBO ARCHITECTURE

General Ihejirika’s Igbo architecture becomes very clear when we look at the disposition of Brigadiers holding strategic positions in the Nigerian Army today. Just consider this:

  • Brig OKORO is the sector commander in UNAMSIL( Liberia).
  • Brig DURU is the Director of Logistics in NDC, being prepared for a higher position.
  • Brig CHIOBA is the de facto oga in AHQ Policy and Plans.
  • Brig EGWUAGU is the Director at AHQ in charge of recruitment, positioning and promotion of all soldiers in the NIgerian Army!
  • Brig EBENEBE is the Director of operations in AHQ.
  • Brig OKOH is the Acting Chief of Logistics in AHQ. His three Directors are all Igbos.
  • Major General BUZUGBE is the Military Secretary in charge of postings, retirements etc.

RECRUITMENT OF SOLDIERS INTO THE NIGERIAN ARMY DEPOT, ZARIA

This attempt to Igbonise the Nigerian Army becomes clearer when we look at the pattern of recruitment of soldiers into the Nigerian Army Depot, Zaria, under General Ihejirika. As the table below shows, there has been a massive recruitment of soldiers from his ethnic group to the disadvantage of others.

For example, Abia state, the home state of General Ihejirika, with a population of only 2.8 million has so far had the largest share of recruits, 450, far above Kano with a population of 9.3 million and Lagos with a population of just over 9 million and Kaduna with a population of just over 9 million. These states have so far had 259, 255 and 382 recruits respectively. The case of Ebonyi is also symptomatic of this glaring lopsidedness in the recruitment figures. Thus although 377 were recruited from Ebonyi with a population of just 2.2 million, Oyo State with a population of 5.6 million had only 282; Katsina with a population of 5.8 million had only 248; Lagos State with a population of just over 9 million had only 255 and only 271 was recruited from Plateau state with a population of 3.2 million.

When the same table is analysed on zonal basis, General Ihejirika’s bias in favour of his zone also becomes patently clear. The South east geopolitical zone with a population of 16.3 million has so far had the highest recruits – 1925. The North West, which is the largest geopolitical zone with a population of 35.8 million, double that of South East, has only 1949 recruits. Similarly, the South west geopolitical zone with a population of 27.6 million, has only 1561 recruits. Thousands of qualified recruits from these states have had their applications turned down by a kangaroo selection group set up by General Ihejirika.

GEOPOLITICAL ZONES /STATES POPULATION 66 RRI 67 RRI 68 RRI TOTAL

SOUTH EAST

  • ABIA 2,833,999 155 143 152 450
  • ANAMBRA 4,182,032 93 105 115 313
  • EBONYI 2,173,501 126 141 110 377
  • ENUGU 3,257,928 114 129 110 353
  • IMO 3,934,899 153 129 152 432

TOTAL 16,382,359 641 647 639 1925

SOUTH SOUTH

  • AKWA IBOM 3,920, 208 90 101 116 307
  • BAYELSA 1,703,358 67 144 105 316
  • CROSS RIVER 2,888,966 128 115 152 395
  • DELTA 4,098,391 85 122 121 328
  • EDO 3,218,332 90 103 108 301
  • RIVERS 5,185,400 72 102 95 269

TOTAL 21,014,655 532 687 697 1916

SOUTH WEST

  • EKITI 2,384,212 52 87 93 232
  • LAGOS 9,013,534 65 102 88 255
  • OGUN 3,728,098 66 98 96 260
  • ONDO 3,441,024 68 100 99 267
  • OSUN 3,423,535 71 98 96 265
  • OYO 5,591,589 77 102 103 282

TOTAL 27,581,992 399 587 575 1561

NORTH WEST

  • JIGAWA 4,348,649 68 82 101 251
  • KANO 9,383,682 76 72 111 259
  • KATSINA 5,792,578 71 80 97 248
  • KEBBI 3,238,628 91 77 99 267
  • KADUNA 6,066,562 138 100 144 382
  • SOKOTO 3,696,999 67 92 90 249
  • ZAMFARA 3,259,846 72 117 94 283

TOTAL 35,786,944 583 620 736 1939

NORTH CENTRAL

  • BENUE 4,219,244 112 105 145 362
  • KOGI 3,278,487 103 81 128 312
  • KWARA 2,371,089 69 112 99 280
  • NASARAWA 1,863,275 75 107 114 296
  • NIGER 3,950,249 78 79 110 267
  • PLATEAU 3,178,712 76 78 117 271

TOTAL 18,861,056 513 562 713 1788

NORTH EAST

  • ADAMAWA 3,168,101 95 72 113 280
  • BAUCHI 4,676,465 79 76 100 255
  • BORNO 4,151,193 87 88 101 276
  • GOMBE 2,353,879 77 98 94 269
  • TARABA 2,300,736 85 101 94 287
  • YOBE 2,321,591 77 99 94 270

TOTAL 18,971,965 500 534 596 1637

F.C.T Abuja 1,405,201 78 54 51 183

Nigeria 140,003,542

Is this not a scheme for the eventual total takeover of the Nigerian Army by one ethnic group? Does this not give a hint of some sinister moves by the Chief of Army Staff and some dark forces outside the the Nigerian Army? Is this an attempt to repeat the 1966 agenda, according to which all non Igbo senior officers were eliminated and replaced, as shown below, by Igbo officers appointed by General Ironsi, on 17th january, 1966?

Serial Name Command Ethnic group

  • Lt Col George Kurubo Chief of Staff Nigeria Airforce Ibo, East
  • Lt Col Njoku Commanding Officer 2nd Brigade Ibo
  • Major H. Igboba Commanding Officer 2nd Battalion Ibo, East
  • Major. G. Okonweze Commanding Officer, Abeokuta Garrison Ibo, Mid West
  • Major Nzefili Commanding Officer 4 Battalion Ibo, Mid West
  • Major Ochei Commanding Officer Federal Guards Ibo, Mid West
  • 7 Major D. Ogunewe Commanding Officer1Bn Ibo, East
  • 8 Lt Col Bassey Commanding Officer 1 Brigade East Non Ibo
  • Major Okoro Commanding Officer,3 Battalion Igbo, East
  • Major F Akagha Commanding Officer Depot. Igbo, East

CONCLUSION

What is the ultimate Igbo agenda that General Ihejirika is pursuing? Is there a plan by these dark forces to recklessly pursue some form of vengeance for perceived Igbo loses of the civil war? Is it therefore not a mere coincidence that Chinua Achebe’s unashamed fabrication of Nigerian history in the book,”There Was a Country”, appeared at this point in time? Has President Jonathan, on the advice of the late General Azazi, unwittingly created a Frankenstein monster, by appointing Ihejirika to the position of COAS and retaining him even after he was due to have retired? The President, the National Assembly, the Minister of Defence and the National Security adviser should know that the actions and inactions of General Ihejirika portend great danger for the army and the country at large. A disgruntled officer corps is a recipe for disaster. It means the army will lack unity, cohesion and purpose. It will be pre- occupied with fighting itself, as our terrible experiences of 1966 -67 showed. Already, information filtering out of the barracks indicate rising tension which is unconnected with the injustices discussed above. There are even reports of officers moving their immediate families out of the barracks, away from harms way.

President Jonathan needs to act and act NOW. He must not allow himself to be a pawn in a grand design to destroy his government by brewing the kind of discontent within the Nigerian Armed Forces which could become contagious and eventually engulf the entire society?

Source: Kabiru Danladi Lawanti

Nota Bene

The views expressed in this article are not necessary the views of naijainfoman. However, the article contains serious allegations that should not be ignored by those who are interested in a one Nigeria. The Nigerian Army is the only remaining unifying factor of Nigeria, this is despite their growing atrocities against Muslims in some Northern States under the guise of fighting the Boko Haram militancy. Secondly, and most importantly, the admin of this blog have a deep profound respect and admiration of the Igbo People of South-Eastern Nigeria and thus has no desire to vilify or disrespect them.

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  1. The design of the Lt A.Ihjirika is very glaring and accompanied by well know tactics employed by the Igbos. The nation is being piloted by a weak man and nobody to stop him. It always start with the Igbos and they are not going to stop. They believe all the country wealth is there possession, they will drink there oil very soon and hunger will bring sense into there cranium, just wait and see.

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  2. This is no different from Gen Danbazoos attempt to northernise the armed forces. I remember reading a similar article about him on Tell magazine a few years back. Just wait and see what a yoruba man would do. I think the best people for such key positions are the minorities. We should drop our petty sentiments and think about the common good for our country. God will not do that for us.

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  3. With due respect to my Igbo compatriots, this ethnic group have the most glaring and deep-rooted bigotry compared to other peoples. Its shows in all they do not only in the Army.
    I think this the reason why almost every other tribe would not be comfortable with prospect of having an Igbo president.
    One can only imagine!

    Ps: By my comment,i meant not to castigate nor wander into the ‘borderline of bigotry’.My intention is to set the wheel rolling towards a remedy In sha Allah.

  4. With due respect to my Igbo compatriots, this ethnic group have the most glaring and deep-rooted bigotry compared to other peoples. Its shows in all they do not only in the Army.
    I think this is the reason why almost every other tribe would not be comfortable with the prospect of having an Igbo president.
    One can only imagine!

    Ps: By my comment,i meant not to castigate nor wander into the ‘borderline of bigotry’.My intention is to set the wheel rolling towards a remedy In sha Allah.

  5. this writeup was obviously d handiwork of a disgruntle officer. u have some fact wrong here. brig nienge was promoted to maj gen and is d comd NACST. Maj Gen Akinyemi retired voluntarily from service and didnt army council approval. brig gen onovieta is not a mediocre as u said. as a lt col he was d engine room of DAOPS, For cryin out loud when he was ADC, Gen Ihejirika was not favoured if wat u said is thru he would have being earmarked for retirement. finally wat gave u d impression that jaji HC and C+ is below foriegn B and A. there is an officer dat got an A from jnr div in china and has not being able to pass his SSCQE to enable his promotion to major however his collegues with AFCSC Jaji C have cleared d exam

  6. i’m not suprised& offended.bcos when a nothern is there,they favour the northern muslim more instead of admission to be based on qualification.i’m a notherner but i donot kick against d south-east its their time.they shld maximise it.

  7. I must comment on this colunm before the worst happen to our beloved country. Hausa man, pls nobdy will join you to fight any civil war again. I am from the middle belt. Boko Nononsense write up

      • i think you (naijainfoman) was part of the disgruntled group who made up dis write up just to cause problem. well if u claim u re just publishing why dont you publish the state of appointments and the ranks in the nigerian security extablishment from 1979 till 2010. what the northerners failled to realize is that no matter what an igbo man will always come triumphed. why will u call him a foolish boy,may be u want to go to war,maybe its about what boko haram is doing and u tink u can fight, u ppl have started again when the chips are down ,bamako will call u a foolish man.

      • Write an article and disprove what was allege with valid points without wide and stupid allegations and assumptions and I promise to publish it. The article did not accuse the whole of Igbo race, what it does was accuse a person of favourtism and nepotism.

        One thing you must know about naijainfoman man is that he is not a nationalist. I have no special love for Nigerians as against a Ghanian or a South African for example. I see no different between nationalism, racism and tribalism, to me they are all evil concept that should be rejected. I’m just a Nigerian by nationality.

        And I’m not from the north of Nigeria either. So don’t be careful when you make assumptions base on your stupidity.

  8. There is this piece circulating online on army promotions under General Ihejirika. The author, apparently sponsored by faceless failures, alleged that Ihejirika was promoting his Igbo brothers over Northerners to achieve an “Igbo agenda”.

    Here is what I know.

    Unlike other past Army Chiefs, Ihejirika insisted on competence and merit as a basis for promotion to very senior positions in the Nigerian Army. To give teeth to that policy and engender competence and professionalism, he invited an external body to administer promotion examination for those within the relevant cadres.

    If Igbo or Yoruba man passed that exam and the author’s sponsors fail to make it, should we promote the olodos and sacrifice competence and professionalism? All the while “federal character” and “we we” were used as basis to promote all manner of misfits in the army, how did Nigeria benefit? Apart from coup plotting induced pot bellies and class looting of the nation, what did we gain from past promotions?

    Let the author of that vile piece summon the courage to publish all promotions made in the Army from 1979 to date. It will help the whole world see why everything is wrong with Nigeria. Don’t forget that even out of power, militicians replaced themselves with their civilian minions made up of slightly more incompetent people at all levels. Even then they still find themselves retiring and contesting elections to continue the suffocation of Nigeria to death. To them, merit is haram.

    For Christ sake people should also stop insulting our sensibilities by flaunting fake population figures in public discussions. We are not in the dark ages and anyone who cares to know the truth about Nigeria’s population should simply go to google earth and see how many buildings are there from Abuja to Sokoto. Even the British have long accepted complicity in this census fraud. I challenge any living Nigerian to swear that those figures we bandy about as census figures truly represent Nigeria’s population distribution. If you lie let your story be Nigeria’s story. Great potentials but negative growth for 52 years.

    Let it be known that any system that is based on merit will favor the Igbo man and competence driven Nigerians, naturally. If the rest of the country is not ready for merit based progress let them reconsider keeping Igbos in Nigeria. It is wrong to force them to remain in Nigeria while living in mortal fear of them. Like I’ve said severally, a key reason Nigeria is not moving forward remains her fear of the Igbo man. That mind set have led to a situation where every single national system must have a viral program that says “keep Igbos down”. A country committed to keeping one section down will remain down to keep that section down. It is better to seat down and tell them to go and form their own country so that those who choose to remain will progress (or retrogress) without Igbophobia.

    Even our national football team is now a victim of this “I love, I no love” attitude towards Igbos. One so called activist recently posted thrash on how the match allowance paid to the national ogbono team mean enriching the Igbo nation. The emergency activist forgot that the glorious USA 94 team was also an “Igbo team”. With the exception of Yekini and 2 others,, the rest of those who made up the first team were of Igbo Origin. I can tell anyone without fear of contradiction that the team excelled because Westerhoff made his team selection based on merit. All the coaches after him were forced to operate under the “national agenda”.

    Not long ago, we saw similar propaganda being circulated against the former head of immigration. She was sacked two weeks ago. It was also deployed against Barth Nnaji and he lost out. Such propaganda is hardly deployed against the locust and cankerworm of the Nigerian nation. They can steal N37b police pension money and get 2 years with option of N750k fine. Billions of new naira notes can disappear at CBN and nobody will talk about the CBN governor but EFCC will look for Soludo over N750m contract awarded by Obasanjo.

    Sincerely, if Nigeria is not ready for merit based growth and development, let’s sit down and talk. Lord Luggard’s 100 years expires next year, 2014. If because of hypocrisy we cannot shake hands and say “you are still my brother no matter your new republic” let us agree a regional government where each region pursues the type of development suited to it. While some might choose the Sharia model, others will be free to pursue Awolowo style development socialism or apply the American Capitalist model based on merit and competence. If one region is making progress others will copy or at least visit that region to borrow wisdom. Who knows, after AD 2140, our great grand children might decide to come together and propagate and pursue merit as a basis for reward, promotion and appointments..

    God forbid that my children will belong to a country where merit and competence are punished.

    Make una respect una self with Ihejirika. To avoid “in those days when Igbos were here”. BY John Okiyi Kalu (JOK 1/2/13)

  9. One question where were all these complainers when the Nigerian army was manipulated with outright mediocrity for over thirty years with Northern domination. Why are you just complaining now, case of sour grapes.

    This system has been warped for a very long time and is still warped, manipulated, deceitful and misrepresented, the open lies passed as truth, is in a sense the Nigerian way.

    A system that enthroned mediocrity in the name of Federal character, educationally disadvantaged states, consider this rubbish Kano has a larger population than Lagos.

    I am not Ibo but south south and all that General Ihejirika, is doing if there is any truth in these allegations is writing the wrongs of 40 years of abuse by the Northern caliphate and its various mafia type allegiances.

    Wake up its payback and yes its a B****

    • Stupid Akpos, that is why jokes are being told about your foolishness everywhere. If not for the fact that I’m from the south south too I would have assumed that the region is made up of irresponsible and unintelligent people like you (akpos), Jonathan, Asari and Edwin Clark.

      Only a moronic idiot will refer to Kano as “rubbish Kano”. Who are you to refer to Kano as rubbish? Even with the Boko Haram crisis, Kano has less crime that Port Harcourt, Warri, Benin and some other major cities in the south south. Your sons are prostitutes and armed robbers and your politicians are the worst of human beings. And you dare call Kano rubbish?

      Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges of Education has become a breeding grounds for prostitutes and morons who will come online to run their mouths like imbeciles. And here you are referring to Kano as rubbish. May God Almighty punish your mouth.

      If the northerns dominates the army, it is because they have more states and obviously more population. These are people that are polygamous, they marry early and have very large families. How on earth won’t they have more population than us down south?

      More so, even if we assume that northerners wrongfully dominates the Army at a time, so we should fold our hands and allow another region to repeat the same wrong?

      This failed method of reasoning is what is disturbing most southern Nigerians. Hatred has built a permanent resting place in your hearts, and it will eventually consume you if you don’t amend your ways.

  10. please don’t use this kind of ur hullabaloo write up to cause hullabaloo in the army,Mind ur business and do what is profitable,Okay…………………………

  11. @naijanfoman. u once asked me to provide an article to show the truth,well u can have it now. if u claim u are an impartial jurnalist ( which i doubt) please go to the junglejornalist.wordpress.com and read a more detailed article on this, and do well to post it on your site for your readers- which u will never do.

      • u will not do it not because i dared u, but simply bcos it runs atitetical to ideas your blog seeks to promote ; that of hatred , islamic projection and false. naijainfoman, for not promoting a contrary opinion to an article you have actively promoted yourself betraying your neutrality,have exposed you to who and what you really represent.

      • Where did I say I am neutral? I present alternative views and I do not pretend to be neutral.

        And I clearly stated as NB to the article that it doesn’t represent my views on this matter. I do not like the Nigeria Army or Police or other Nigerian securities. So how did I promote hate when I clearly express my respect and admiration for the Eastern people?

        So you can assume what you want, that’s your cup of akamu.

  12. well that says it all, u present alternative views on boko haram that they are fighting for liberation, u present alternative view that ihejirika is destroying the nigerian army, u present the alternatiview that the christains wants to take over the north, an alternative view that nigeria sent troops to mali bcos its a christain government…an alternative view that it was not boko haram bombing the churches… “The Messiah will never be proud to reject to be a slave to Allah, nor the angels who are near (to Allah)”…. what an alternative view.

    i have seen you 4 all u are, u might as well call urself a conspiracy theorist, it does not change anytin.

    my cup of akamu is the hatered u all feeding ur readers, poluting their minds, and more especially against igbos- then u have crossed the line.

    • Chibuzu… I think the error I made was to assume I was having a discussion with somebody with a functioning brain. You people are very daft, to think you can blackmail me with your foolish allegations. As I said earlier, you can assume whatever you want, its your funeral.

      I’ve written and publish countless articles on Boko Haram, there is no where I or any other writer have referred to Boko Haram as fighting to liberate. There is nowhere I said Christians wants to take over the north etc. So when you can’t bend my hands to publish your nonsense, you have to result to lies and blackmail thinking that will help your case.

      I’m used to idiots like you crying foul and making scenes when you can’t have your way. So this comment thread is close for you. I will delete your next foolish comment.

  13. @naijainfoman. i have always have it in mind you will delete my posts, to be fair to you i am suprised you have allowed them till now,thank you for that and i think its beter for your readers so as to eneble them see an ALTERNATIVE VIEW which is your halmark.

    to be fair to you i have not in any way insulted you or stated anytin out of the blue.but everytin i have pointed out here i have gotten it from your blog which you actively promote and also from the your twitter threads like that about christ and allah.

    I am not bending your hands, all these are all in the purview of alternative views. except if you who promote this same idea cannot accomodate them.

    thank you.

    • The problem with some of you is that why you don’t understand something you don’t humble yourself to ask for clarification.

      If I condemned Jonathan Government for being insensitive to the feelings of Muslims when it send Nigeria troops to Mali, how does that translate to mean that I said Nigeria send troops to Mali because its a Christian Government? If I want to say what you allege I will say it very clearly, without mixing words.

      I’ve written several articles on Boko Haram, if I had supported Boko Haram in anyway, why not quote me? They articles I wrote stating that some Christians were involve in some of some acts of violence ascribed to Boko Haram, I gave facts that has never been contravented till date. So by calling me a conspiracy theorist doesn’t disprove facts.

  14. @NAIJAINFOMAN. i am not alleging anytin but stating the facts from ur blog,twitter,and facebook accounts which i have read extensively.

    first a blog is a personal site to promote ur ideas eg. alternative idea, so everytin that is posted in ur blog u bear a direct responsibilty to it.if u maen that nigerian government sent troops to mali bcos it is insesitive to d feeling of muslims – is it that of nigerian moslems or malian moslems? from my last check mali is a predominatly moslim country which practices a diffrent brand of islam (suffism), who of recently accussed arab countries of arabnisation of islam. is it not the people of timbuktu who poured to the streets to celebrate the liberation of thier town – are they not moslems- my problem with nigerian molems is that they have allowed themselves to be greatly influenced by internal islamic politics of shia and sinni islam which is making them an arm of iran and saudi arabia in our country,ta reason they can burn flags on things that do not concern them.

    what is my own? this is your blog after all, at my last check you have over a thousand followers on facebook. but these people nid to hear you preach peace tolerance and non violence, not the like of sheik gumi massage that gave reasons for armed islamic insurgency- i love alternative views.

  15. What u do not know, u do not say. I advice those complaining to read themselves into the criteria for promotion in the Nigerian Armed Forces. Misleading the public on mere selfish sentiment is not in the interest of this country. I think we deserve more than someone just waking up to whip sentiment because his friend did not meet the criteria for selection. There are orders, directives & extant regulations guiding the selection process. Afterall, the promotion boards were not composed of officers of Igbo extraction alone. Why was the person silent on the number of other officers promoted in each rank category? An informed analysis should be unbiased and be seen to give a clear & vivid picture with figures in details of those affected by the promotion by state & geopolitical spread. Why was he silent on the other requisite indices? He should also remember that the list for promotion was ratified by the Armed Forces Council. I don’t want to believe that the council comprise people of Igbo extraction alone. I advice that the running of the Armed Forces should be left to those bestowed with the responsibility without unduly politicizing the Services. The Armed Service is. Regimented Service & run purely on the provision of extant regulations. It is important we make efforts to learn and understand instead of carelessly misleading the public in ignorance.

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