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The Leaked Video Of Gen. Diya Oladipo Pleading With Gen. Sanni Abacha – Oputa Panel



The Leaked Video Of Gen. Diya Oladipo Pleading With Gen. Sanni Abacha – Oputa Panel

A piece of Nigeria’s history. The Oputa Panel’s hearing. Leaked video

Gen. Diya was crossed examined at the Human Rights Violation Commission (HRVIC) on the coup plan 1997 to overthrow Gen. Sanni Abacha, He bluntly denied the fact that he was part of the plan but he admitted he knew about the plan. He further explained that he was afraid of being killed by the Coup Master Planner if he revealed the plan.

He denied pleading with Gen. Sanni Abacha but was shocked to see the video where he truly knelt down before Gen. Sanni Abacha as tendered by the Lawyer.

Gen. Diya Oladipo then was appointed as Chief of Defense Staff. He was appointed Chief of General Staff in 1993 and Vice Chairman of the Provisional Ruling Council in 1994. In 1997 Diya and dissident soldiers in the military allegedly planned to overthrow the regime of Sani Abacha. The alleged coup was uncovered by forces loyal to Abacha, and Diya and his cohorts were jailed. Diya was tried in a military tribunal, and was given the death penalty.

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The Messenger KILLED!



Eighteen years ago, on November 10, 1995, “the military junta of late General Sanni Abacha, via a military tribunal, sentenced to death by hanging, Mr. Ken Saro Wiwa and nine other Ogoni activists over their struggle against deprivation and environmental damages meted their ancestral land and heritage.

This verdict, was hastily implemented, without provision for an appeal, even when local and international humanitarian organizations pleaded with the head of state, Gen. Sanni Abacha, to spare their lives.

Less than three years after snuffing out their innocent lives, Sanni Abacha died in inexplicable circumstances, on the 8th of June, 1998.

Below is a tribute, by Kreative Kay, in honour of Ken Saro Wiwa and nine (9) other Ogoni activists, who paid the supreme sacrifice for standing up for the truth:

The writer cannot be a mere storyteller; he cannot be a mere teacher;

He cannot merely X-ray society’s weaknesses, its ills, its perils.

He or she must be actively involved in shaping its present and its future.”

Ken Saro-Wiwa

He wasn’t a mere LEADER, He was actively involved in the OGONI struggle;
And the Niger Delta Activism!

It is 18 years today, but One DAY, an AVERAGE Ogoni Son or Daughter will
realize the much GOOD you did for US!

And for you who don’t know, “You may kill the MESSENGER but you cant kill

MUCH RESPECT, Sir Kenule Saro-Wiwa!

By Kreative KAY
Empowerment Strategist
Kobah Koate Initiative


Facebook: Inspiring Kay
Twitter: @kreativekay11
Change is not Beautiful Structures in Beautiful Places. Change is
Beautiful Minds in Ugly Places…

The Truth Inspires!

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Happy Fathers’ Day



Happy Fathers’ Day

He knows them all by name, their date of birth, character and the circumstances surrounding their birth. 

Their welfare and comfort is his priority.

He toils daily to ensure there is food on their tables, a shelter over their heads, clothes on their bodies and a chance to acquire quality education.

Their happiness and joy is a delight to his eyes.

He is willing and happy to make personal sacrifices to ensure they go places he wasn’t privileged to. 

He looks forward to his spare times, to spend quality times with them. 

His deep love for them causes others around to love them too. 

He always prays for them to outlive him, preferring to absorb whatever calamity that could befall them.

He loves, respects and adores the woman that helped bring these bundles of joy to life. 

Even when ugly circumstances forces a separation, his love, commitment and sense of responsibility to these innocent hearts remains steadfast.

He gradually goes grey, watching with joy and pride as the once little creatures become fully independent adults.

He is human, every inch of it, with feelings, and yes shortcomings and human weaknesses.

He is called “Dad“, “Father“,  “Papa“, “Daddy“, and to someone very special, “Husband“.

He is “The Man“.

The Pillar of the Home and the “Shock Absorber”.

To the innocent souls looking up to him, He Is The Solution To Any Inexplicable Circumstance.


The world is a better place because of you, so rock on…


Frank Ogu for


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One Term Agreement Wahala



Walahi, Wonders Shall Never End !!!



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President Goodluck Jonathan Grants A State Pardon To Former Bayelsa State Governor



President Goodluck Jonathan Grants State Pardon To Diepreiye Alamieyeseigha And Other Ex-Convicts.

The National Council of State headed by President Goodluck Jonathan, has granted a state pardon to the former Governor of Bayelsa State, Diepreiye Alamieyeseigha and other ex convicts.

Others granted state pardon include former Bank of the North head, Shettima Bulama, former Chief of General Staff during the Abacha regime: General Oladipo Diya (rtd.); former Chief of Staff Supreme Military Council and brother of late President Musa Yar’adua: Major General Shehu Musa Yar’adua (Post Humous); ex-Major Bello Magaji NA/6604, Mohammed Lima Biu; Major General Abdulkareem Adisa (Post Humous) and former Major Segun Fadipe.

Diepreiye Alamieyeseigha, as Governor of Bayelsa State, embezzled state funds. He was convicted, after he pleaded guilty to a six-count corruption charges before a Nigerian court and was sentenced to two years in prison for each count.

While in the United Kingdom, Diepreiye Alamieyeseigha was charged with money laundering, after the London Metropolitan Police found in his London home, cash amounting to about two hundred and fifty three million Naira ( N253,000,000).  In 2005, he jumped bail and absconded by disguising himself as a woman. Notwithstanding the state pardon, Alamieyeseigha still remains a wanted man in the United Kingdom.

With the presidential pardon, Diepreiye Alamieyeseigha and the other ex convicts will no longer be addressed as “ex-convicts”.

Present in the meeting were three former heads of state, and some state governors.

The council of states is composed of the President, Vice President, all state governors, former presidents, the Chief Justice of the Federation, the Senate President, Speakers among others.





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