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The gospel according to Bill Gates 1 BY Femi Fani-Kayode


Buhari will do well to listen to the words of Dangiwa Umar- Fani Kayode

“The world cannot return back to normal until every single person on the earth is vaccinated” – Bill Gates.

This is the ‘gospel’ according to Bill Gates and it is a ‘verse’ from the satanic bible.

Permit me to begin this contribution with a portion of a news report from an American newspaper. Consider this.

“End Times broadcaster Rick Wiles’ hatred of vaccines led him to threaten to confiscate all of Bill Gates’ wealth during last night’s episode of his “TruNews” program.

Last month, Wiles attacked Gates as “an enemy of the human race” over the latter’s support for vaccines and technology that could be used to determine who has and who has not been vaccinated. Wiles returned to the topic again last night, warning that if Gates continues to support such measures, Wiles and millions of other Americans will rise up, demand that he be stripped of his wealth, and run him out of the country.

“Bill Gates wants to get a microchip in your body, he wants a microchip in your baby’s body,” Wiles said. “If Mr. Gates and other billionaires continue to push their agenda, then they are going to push people like me to call for the confiscation of their wealth. I mean it. If these guys continue this talk of requiring mass vaccinations, immunity cards, immunity passports, microchips, buddy, you’re starting a fight you’ll wish you never started because the American people will rise up, and we will strip you down to your tighty whities.”

“Christians had better get ready for a confrontation with these people,” he continued. “They’re coming after us and our families. They have an evil agenda and the government needs to know there will be an uprising if they try to do it. There will be blood in the streets if Bill Gates pushes this agenda … The American people, we will rise up and we will march on your mansion in Seattle, we will sink your yacht that you just bought.”

“The American people need to get riled up and ready to defend the sanctity of their lives,” Wiles declared. “Don’t be like the Jewish people who marched into the gas chambers.”

He also said that Gates “is building Lucifer’s Anti-Christ system”.

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In response to Mr. Wiles’ views, Mr. Patrick Silver wrote the following.

“To the ignorant, Wiles sounds stupid and unrealistic and even alarmist but any true Bible student knows he is telling the truth. He is also talking about mobilising the people to resist this tyranny. A thing that is impossible in Nigeria. The people actually support their own destruction and defend their oppressors while our clergymen pray for and bless them. God is this how You created us or are we just a people who have lost our moral compass?”

I share Mr. Silver’s views.

Those who are still hopelessly mesmerised and inexplicably enamoured by Bill Gates’ “generous contributions”, “philanthropic gestures” and “humanitarian acts” would do well to find out what his vaccines did in India over the years and why he has been banned from doing anything in Russia.

They would also do well to find out what American Congressman Robert Kennedy Jnr., Dr. Judy Micholvitz, Nobel Laureate Vandana Shiva, Roger Stone, David Icke, Brian Rose, Pastor Paul Enenche, Alan Jones, Shiva Ayyadurai, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, Del Bigtree, Dr. Rasheed Ali Buttar, Joseph Okechukwu, Senator Dino Melaye and countless other public figures and leaders in the political, intellectual, medical and scientific spheres throughout the world have to say about the dangers posed to humanity by Bill Gates’ vaccine and his world depopulation agenda.

Our beloved continent Africa is his starting point because most of our people are vulnerable, poverty-striken, desperate, naive and easily manipulated whilst most of our leaders are shallow, gullible, weak, ignorant, tyrannical and corrupt.

Most disturbing of all is the fact that millions of Africans have literally deified him and see him as a demigod and modern day saviour.

They have been swept off their feet, thoroughly bewitched and put under a deep and debilitating spell by his raffish charm, innocent and humble mien, warm smile, nerdish looks, vast resources and supposed commitment to wiping out diseases throughout the world with his vaccines and through the auspices of his Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Yet the discerning and spiritually sensitive see him differently and a deep look into his cold, dark, unfeeling, soulless and cruel goat-like eyes tells a different story.

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This is clearly a man who lacks compassion, who does not have the ability to empathise with the suffering and pain of others and who displays the symptoms of the classic cold-hearted control-freak and psychopath who sees himself as the all-knowing messiah.

Sadly the majority of the African people, as far behind as ever, simply see him as a Father Christmas who doles out free gifts and goodies with roaring laughter and a happy smile. They are so fixated with the gifts that they refuse to adequately assess or consider the true nature and accurate record of the giver.

They have no idea what Gates really stands for and what he has in mind, they do not appreciate the fact that he has a dark and sinister side and agenda and they have done next to no research about him other than reading little snippets and well-funded articles about his vast wealth and “humanitarian efforts” throughout Africa on the internet.

Worst of all they cannot comprehend or appreciate the age-old notion that says “all that glitters is not gold” and they forget that the Holy Bible teaches us that the devil comes “as an angel of light”.

The fact that he is, at best, a self-confessed atheist and unbeliever and, at worst, a closet satanist and a leading light of the Illuminati in their evil quest for the establishment of a New World Order, speaks volumes and the fact that he is publicly committed to reducing the population of the world by at least 15% says far more.

They say “beware of the Greeks when they bring gifts”. I say there is only one thing that is more dangerous than a Greek gift and that is a free lunch and a free ride from Bill and Melinda Gates.

I have said it before and I say it again, the GATES of HELL and the servants of Lucifer shall NOT prevail against the Church or indeed humanity no matter how much money they throw around or how many paid lobbyists and slick media practitioners and writers are on their pay roll and do their bidding.

Permit me to add this. The curious thing about African leaders is that a cure for Covid 19 has been found and mass produced in Madagascar already and it is herbal-based. This means it has no side effects.

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Such is the efficacy and success of the cure that Madagascar is now Covid 19-free. Sadly instead of African leaders patronising this cure and ordering it for their people they would rather do nothing, sit on their thumbs and lick Bill Gates’ posterior whilst their people are dying like flies.

They are prepared to worship Gates, tickle his fancy, feed his ego, fan his vanity, bow at his feet, tremble at his call and wait indefinitely for his evil vaccine which will undoubtedly result in even more death and destruction.

This is not normal behaviour. There is something wrong somewhere. There is a dark force at work which has distorted the thinking and sensibilities of our leaders and our people and that has beclouded their judgement.

The truth is that there is a bigger and wider agenda unfolding which is so evil, so sinister, so dark, so callous, so terrifying, so frightful and so unabashedly malevolent and satanic that it literally beggars belief.

Though clothed in the deepest secrecy and subterfuge it is, nevertheless, real and those that view the reality of this agenda and veracity of these assertions with skepticism and unbelief are part of the problem.

The web is so complex and the puzzle so well constructed that only deep thinkers and those that are gifted with divine insight and a heavy dose of revelation knowledge can possibly comprehend it.

May the Lord open the eyes of those who have been blinded by the god of this world and mesmerised by the charms and satanic seduction of this modern-day dark angel called Bill Gates whose sole purpose is to systematically decimate and crush humanity as we know it and pave the way for satan’s New World Order.

For those that have no idea what this dark-eyed, cold-blooded, shape-shifting reptilian and Luciferean beast really stands for and that still have doubts about his evil agenda permit me to share a significant portion of a well-resersched essay written by the brilliant American columnist Ray Jason and titled ‘Philanthropist Or Monster’.



Now is the time to set yourself up for the future of best practices BY Dr. Ibrahim Abduba



It has been said over and over by a multitude of business systems experts. One of the greatest barriers to digital transformation is not technological. It is human resistance to change. Within an enterprise, a wholesale culture shift is needed for digitalisation to take hold and be used to its full efficiency-boosting potential.

Of course, enterprises are now operating in a context of forced, unprecedented change beyond the scenarios covered in most business continuity plans. Who projected that we would one day be in a situation where essentially everything would close at the same time, crippling supply chains? Or that a company’s workforce would be mandated to stay home, with no access to on-premise systems? Businesses need new solutions to ensure business continuity in the current economic climate, recover quickly and ensure operational resilience in the “next normal” beyond COVID-19.

The time is ripe for change, but it demands a greater embrace of new perspectives. These newer attitudes have been slowly taking root in Africa. First, there was the move from manual to automated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) ( applications. This led to the realisation over the past decade that cloud-based systems drive greater operational agility than their on-premise equivalent, allowing enterprises to operate efficiently and securely, even across borders.

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As an example, Bank of Kigali Plc in Rwanda has leveraged cloud-based functionality such as end-to-end process automation to reduce costs, improve scalability and innovate customer offerings.

Despite such success stories, many companies continue to cling to the mindset of “I have my own customised ERP, and it works for me; I’m not giving it up.” That attitude is understandable, but current challenges prove traditional ERPs lack the flexibility to overcome them efficiently. Rigidity is simply not contemporary best practice.

Even before the current crisis, Steve Cox, Oracle’s Group Vice President for ERP EPM Product Marketing, referred to the future of best practices as being one of less work, more automation and better outcomes. The wider business context has, of course, shifted, but evolving technology remains key to unlocking business benefits, such as greater speed and cost savings.

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Best practice is also continually being disrupted and redefined by emerging technologies. We see artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) well entrenched in Oracle Cloud applications now, producing insights from big data, automatically maintaining systems and underpinning chatbots. Becoming similarly commonplace in enhancing everyday work processes are the likes of blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) and augmented reality (AR), with the first two having special advantages for supply chain management (SCM).

Even with expensive IT upgrade cycles, old on-premise platforms may battle to integrate with such new solutions. By contrast, through cloud, enterprises can instantly leverage the latest best-in-class technologies, which connect seamlessly because of already considered integration capabilities. The cost of continual upgrades goes away, and it becomes easier to predict spend and calculate budgets.

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With continual cycles of disruption the new business “normal,” the ability to accurately predict and prepare has become the best practice for enterprises. Cloud ERP offers users the ability to effortlessly pull together data sets across a business for better insights that drive scenario planning and optimisation strategies. At the same time, an organisation’s human talent is liberated to focus on innovation instead of losing their workdays to mundane manual tasks like report generation and transaction processing.

Leveraging these capabilities, and more, does not require reinventing the wheel. To make an enterprise truly future-ready, and minimise unpredictable risk, starts with overcoming attitude barriers.

Dr. Ibrahim Abduba, ERPM Strategy and Business Development Leader – East & West Africa at Oracle

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Simi, the ‘Tiff’ that stole the show



Popular Nigerian Musician, Simisola Ogunleye professionally known as “Simi” since breaking onto the Nigerian music scene in 2008 has had a smooth ride and an impressive and enviable career run.

The 32 years old songstress started her career as a gospel singer, releasing her debut studio album in 2008, titled “Ogaju”, produced entirely by Samklef.

Simi then had her breakthrough in 2014 with her amazing singles, “Tiff”.

Born in Ojuelegba, Lagos, She is the last born child of the Ogunleye family. Although her parents separated when she was 9, Simi graduated from Convenant University, where she studied Mass Communication.

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The amazing and talented star grew up dancing and singing as a member of her local church’s choir. She wrote her first song at age 10.

In 2014, Simi released an EP she titled Restless. The EP earned her a record deal with X3M Music, but she left the label in 2014 following the expiration of her contract.

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At present, Simi is arguably one of the best female musicians in Nigeria. Simi is also enjoying the smash success of her recent music release, “Duduke” which has virally taken over the social media space.

The single, Duduke was inspired by her pregnancy, as the lyrics of the song depicts the expectant mother singing for her unborn baby.

Surprisingly, Simi isn’t just a singer and songwriter, the expectant mother is also a sound engineer as she is credited for mixing and mastering her husband, Adekunle Gold’s debut album, “Godl”, released in 2016.

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Simisola has released three studio albums and has featured in one movie. She made her acting debut in “Mokalik”, a movie directed by Kunle Afolayan.

Simi has won over 10 awards including; Headies’ Best vocal performance (Female), Best Recording of the year, NEA’s Most Promising act to watch and many others.

She is indeed the “Tiff” that stole the show

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Dangiwa’s Letter: my two cents BY Femi Fani-Kayode



“At this time and in the light of all that have happened since you took office, any conversation with you Mr. President cannot gloss over the chaos that has overtaken appointments into government offices in your administration. All those who wish you and the country well must mince no words in warning you that Nigeria has become dangerously polarized and risk sliding into crisis on account of your administration’s lopsided appointments which continues to give undue preference to some sections of the country over others. Nowhere is this more glaring than in the leadership cadre of our security services. Mr. President, I regret that there are no kind or gentle words to tell you that your skewed appointments into the offices of the federal government, favouring some and frustrating others, shall bring ruin and destruction to this nation”- Col. Abubakar Dangiwa Umar (rtd.)

Col. Abubakar Dangiwa Umar is a former military Governor of Kaduna state and a Fulani Prince from the ruling house of the Gwandu Emirate who has had the courage to speak out against Buhari’s “Fulanisation”, “Islamisation” and “northernisation” policy.

He is one of the heroes of the June 12th struggle and he lost his Commission in the Nigerian Army for insisting that President-elect MKO Abiola should be given his mandate and allowed to lead Nigeria after winning a free and fair election in 1993.

He is an old friend of mine who used to be my Polo captain at the Lagos Polo Club many years ago and who I have known and admired since 1983. He openly opposed Buhari’s military regime as a young Major at the Lagos Polo Club between 1983 and 1985 and he often spoke against him whilst Buhari was military Head of State.

This was a very dangerous thing to do at that time because Buhari’s military Government was the most vicious and repressive that Nigeria has ever known. I used to listen to him with fascination in those days and I marvelled at his courage and his willingness to give up his life for his beliefs.

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I read his polite, well-crafted and well-researched letter to the President which was released yesterday and I was touched and moved that he had the decency, patriotic zeal and presence of mind to say the things that some of us have been screaming for the last 5 years about Buhari’s dangerous policies and divisive politics.

I called our mutual friend and brother Bashorun Akin Osuntokun, who is presently doing a stint at Oxford University, to express my deep appreciation for the efforts of a man that we have both come to love and learnt to respect over the years.

Akin was equally impressed with his letter and we expressed satisfaction at the fact that he had once again lifted our spirits and gave us cause for hope.

May God bless this gallant soldier known as Dangiwa for being fearless and consistent over the years and may he continue to be the light and inspiration that he has always been to those in our generation.

We have not always agreed on everything but his timely interventions, courage and consistency is as remarkable as it is uplifting. I urge him not to relent in his noble efforts to make Nigeria a better place for all regardless of tribe, ethnic group or faith. We need more of him.
To those that are too young to know I will add the following. During the coup d’etat against Buhari’s vicious, murderous and bestial military regime in 1985, it was Dangiwa Umar who effected his arrest in Dodan Barracks and took him into custody.

He is one of those that brought an end to that hideous and cruel nightmare which plagued our beleaguered nation for two long years and which led to the destruction of many lives and the death of many people.

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Dangiwa is a very tough and decisive man indeed both on the polo field and off it and just as he stood up to tyranny, injustice, wickedness, racism, nepotism and ethnic and religious bigotry in both in 1985 and 1993, he is standing up to it again today. That is the measure of the man and I am not in the least but surprised.

Yesterday I tweeted the following:

“When Col. Abubakar ‘Dangiwa’ Umar speaks the Government would do well to listen. He is a man of deep wisdom, profound knowledge and extraordinary courage. Like yours truly, he fears no man and bows before no mortal. He speaks truth to power and he makes tyrants tremble”.

I stand by these words and I stand shoulder to shoulder with Dangiwa Umar and millions of other Nigerians who have had enough of Buhari’s evil, injustice and tyranny and who are deeply concerned about the destructive course that he has set our nation on.
May God deliver our nation from this evil man and those that are supporting him and egging him on. May God raise more Dangiwa Umar’s to help us in this noble quest to save our nation.

Permit me to conclude this contribution with the following.

In his letter to Buhari Dangiwa Umar quoted the words of Sheik Usman Danfodio, the father and founder of the Fulani Caliphate, when he wrote the following:

“One of the swiftest ways of destroying a Kingdom is to give preference of one particular tribe over another or show favour to one group of people rather than another. And to draw near those who should be kept away and keep away those who should be drawn near”.

If Buhari will not listen to anyone else let us hope that he will at least listen to and learn from the words of his esteemed forefather and let us hope that he taps into the wisdom and draws from the counsel of the greatest and most revered leader of his Fulani race.

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More importantly let us hope that it is not too late. I will end with the following counsel.

President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was betrayed by General Zia Ul Haq. General Yakubu Gowon was betrayed by Colonel Joe Garba.

President Mohamed Morsi was betrayed by General Abdel Fatah El Sisi. Captain Thomas Sankara was betrayed by Captain Blaise Compaore.
Chairman Josef Stalin was betrayed by Marshall Lavrentiy Beria. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher was betrayed by Finance Minister Geoffrey Howe. Gaius Julius Caesar was betrayed by Marcus Junius Brutus.

President Robert Mugabe was betrayed by Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

I could go on and on. History is replete with such examples.

A leader’s greatest and most dangerous enemies are not those who speak out against him and oppose him publicly but rather those that are close to him and thet are plotting against him secretly.

They are those that are in his inner circle, Government or family that refuses to tell him the bitter truth, that desists from setting him on the right path when he has derailed, that decline to advise him when he is wrong and that egg him on in his manifest and unrelenting cruelty and injustice and encourage him to continue to perpetuate wickedness and to do evil.

Worse still it is those same people that will eventually discredit him, betray him and facilitate his fall from grace and removal from power.

I advise President Muhammadu Buhari to be wary of his ‘trusted’ friends and allies, to be careful of the cheerleaders around him, to change his ways, to watch his back, to do the right thing and to listen to selfless, honest and forthright men like Col. Abubakar Dangiwa Umar who truly have the nation’s interest at heart!

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