Saturday, October 02, 2010


'CIA asset' General Ibrahim Babangida, the man the CIA reportedly wants as Nigeria's president.

Nigeria would be a success story, if it was not for the CIA and other trouble makers.

Nigeria is being helped by high oil prices, a lot of foreign investment and the gradual liberalization of its economy.

But, certain people may be stirring up trouble.

There appears to be a war going on for Nigeria's oil.

Car bombs in Lagos. (AFP)

There have been talks between Nigeria and a Chinese oil company.

China hopes to grab certain oil blocks from western energy groups, Shell, Chevron, Total and ExxonMobil.

If the Chinese state-controlled oil company's bids are accepted this will double China’s oil reserves in Africa. (China seeks a sixth of Nigeria's oil reserves - Telegraph / China's oil talks with Nigeria: the unanswered questions FT ...)

Obama Senior. On 17 August 2010, at voltairenet, Wayne Madsen "documented the connections between Barack Obama, Sr. and CIA-affiliated operations in Kenya." (OBAMA'S FATHER AND THE CIA )

On 1 October 2010, Bombs rattled Independence day in Nigeria

The car bomb explosions killed eight people in Lagos, Nigeria's capital.

Former President, General Ibrahim Babangida, allegedly a CIA asset, was the only past Nigerian leader absent at the Independence Day ceremony. (IBB, Atiku absent at celebration)

UK VIPs pulled out ahead of the deadly Nigeria parade. "The Queen's representative was due to attend but did not. Ex-PM Gordon Brown cancelled his visit to the country."

MEND, Nigeria's Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, Nigeria's biggest rebel militia, reportedly warned it had planted bombs.

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan was quoted by AFP news agency as saying: "It has nothing to do with Mend."

MEND wants a greater share of oil revenues to go to the impoverished Niger Delta, home to Africa's biggest oil and gas industry.

Reportedly, MEND has struck at off-shore oil installations.

In 2009, an amnesty was agreed with rebels in the Delta.

MEND may have been infiltrated by a certain group.

Allegedly, in Nigeria, the CIA is "positioning Ibrahim B. Babangida to return to power." (CIA Agents & Nigeria.)

Orji Kalu, linked to a mysterious death. He may be Babangida's running mate.

The CIA may want Ibrahim Babangida standing as the presidential candidate and Orji Uzor Kalu as his running mate.

General Ibrahim Babangida ruled Nigeria from his coup against Muhammadu Buhari in 1985 until his departure in 1993.

Allegedly, Babangida is a CIA asset.

"The CIA cut a deal with Babangida, where Nigeria was used as a major drug transit and money laundering center for the proceeds of the CIA drug trade." (CIA Agents & Nigeria.)

Orji Uzor Kalu was a candidate for President of Nigeria in the April 2007 general election. [1]

(Maryland police cleared Orji Uzor Kalu of involvement in the death of a woman, Chinwe Masi at his residence in Maryland, USA.)

"Reports say, Kalu drives into CIA Virginia Headquarters freely, with little on no clearance required of him as expected of visitors at CIA headquarters; sources told RR that only CIA agents and its operatives can have such access in that CIA Virginia facility, others pointed that Orji Uzor Kalu is in proximity to CIA Virgina headquarters, ‘he is their boy’ another commentator who spoke on condition of anonymity added." (CIA Agents & Nigeria.)

Reportedly, Abdulmutallab, the 23-year-old Nigerian 'underwear bomber', bound for Detroit, was doing the work of the CIA and Mossad....

According to the writer at CIA Agents & Nigeria. :

Former dictator Ibrahim Babangida and Kalu may be CIA operatives (Moshood Abiola too) who assisted the US, with drug trafficking.

The CIA may want Ibrahim Babangida standing as the presidential candidate and Orji Uzor Kalu as his running mate.

Reportedly, the CIA did not want Chinwe Masi's mysterious death in Kalu’s Mansion to become a distraction to the “CIA Nigeria Roadmap”.

If Nigeria becomes balkanized (broken up along tribal lines) by 2015 or earlier as predicted by the CIA, the US will use its AFRICOM to protect the oil-wells....

In 1986, the Time Magazine reported that during the Reagan administration, the U.S had the elite commando unit, the SEALS, dispatched to several different countries for covert activities.

This unit was in Nigeria in August 1985, during the week that Babangida overthrew Muhammadu Buhari.

General Buhari

After the coup, the CIA cut a deal with Babangida, where Nigeria was used as a major drug transit and money laundering center for the proceeds of the CIA drug trade.

The phony or rogue bank, BCCI (Bank of Credit and Commerce International) was used to launder the proceeds of the drug business and take them out of the country.

Babangida’s loot left the country through this bank. Remember that branches of this bank were everywhere in Lagos and the North.

Journalist Dele Giwa stumbled on this information about drugs and was about to break the news when, in 1966, he was killed by a mail bomb.

Dele Giwa

Toward the end of 1986, or 1987, Babangida was given a “Strategic” award, by the Heritage Foundation.

There was an explosion of drug activities during Babangida’s regime.

It was during Babangida’s regime that most of the wealth was looted.

"Monumental kleptocrat and notorious dictator" General Sani Abacha, President of Nigeria from 1993 to 1998. He was trained at the Defense Officers cadet Training College in Aldershot, England.

Abacha and Abiola may have been killed with the assistance of the CIA.

The only leader that Nigerian people ever elected was Abiola.

Moshood Abiola (1937 – 1998) ran for the presidency in 1993, and won, but remained President-Elect till his death, as he was denied his mandate when the election results were annulled by the preceding military president Ibrahim Babangida.

Nigeria needs the likes of Nuhu Ribadus, Gani Fawhinmis, Tai Solarins, Mohammed Buharis and Babatunde Idiagbons.

Most of Nigeria's problems, especially the Niger Delta, can be traced back to LONDON AND WASHINGTON, through their multinational corporations.