People tend to be alarmed when the Nigerian
Presidency takes certain decisions. They don’t
think the decision makes sense. Sometimes, they
wonder if something has not gone wrong with
the thinking process at that highest level of the
country. I have heard people insist that there is
some form of witchcraft at work in the country’s
seat of government. I am ordinarily not a
superstitious person, but working in the Villa, I
eventually became convinced that there must be
something supernatural about power and
closeness to it. I’ll start with a personal
testimony. I was given an apartment to live in
inside the Villa. It was furnished and equipped.
But when my son, Michael arrived, one of my
brothers came with a pastor who was supposed
to stay in the apartment. But the man refused
claiming that the Villa was full of evil spirits and
that there would soon be a fire accident in the
apartment. He complained about too much
human sacrifice around the Villa and advised
that my family must never sleep overnight inside
I thought the man was talking nonsense and he
wanted the luxury of a hotel accommodation.
But he turned out to be right. The day I hosted
family friends in that apartment and they slept
overnight, there was indeed a fire accident. The
guests escaped and they were so thankful. Not
long after, the President’s physician living two
compounds away had a fire accident in his
home. He and his children could have died. He
escaped with bruises. Around the Villa while I
was there, someone always died or their
relations died. I can confirm that every principal
officer suffered one tragedy or the other; it was
as if you needed to sacrifice something to
remain on duty inside that environment. Even
some of the women became merchants of Love
Machine because they had suffered a special
kind of death in their homes (I am sorry to reveal
this) and many of the men complained about
something that had died below their waists too.
The ones who did not have such misfortune had
one ailment or the other that they had to nurse.
From cancer to brain and prostate surgery and
whatever, the Villa was a hospital full of
I recall the example of one particular man, an
asset to the Jonathan Presidency who practically
ran away from the Villa. He said he needed to
save his life. He was quite certain that if he
continued to hang around, he would die. I can’t
talk about colleagues who lost daughters and
sons, brothers and uncles, mothers and fathers,
and the many obituaries that we issued. Even
the President was multiply bereaved. His wife,
Mama Peace was in and out of hospital at a
point, undergoing many surgeries. You may have
forgotten but after her husband lost the election
and he conceded victory, all her ailments
vanished, all scheduled surgeries were found to
be no longer necessary and since then she has
been hale and hearty. By the same token, all
those our colleagues who used to come to work
to complain about a certain death beneath their
waists and who relied on videos and other
instruments to entertain wives (take it easy boys,
I don’t mean nay harm, I am writing!), have all
experienced a re-awakening.
Everyone who went under the blade has received
miraculous healing, and we are happy to be out
of that place. But others were not so lucky. They
died. There were days when convoys ran into
ditches and lives were lost. In Norway, our
helicopter almost crashed into a mountain. That
was the first time I saw the President panicking.
The weather was all so hazy and he just kept
saying it would not be nice for the President of a
country to die in a helicopter crash due to pilot
miscalculations. The President went into a
prayer mode. We survived. In Kenya once, we
had a bird strike. The plane had to be recalled
and we were already airborne with the plane
acting like it would crash. During the 2015
election campaigns, our aircraft refused to start
on more than one occasion. The aircraft just
went dead. On some other occasions, we were
stoned and directly targeted for evil. I really
don’t envy the people who work in Aso Villa, the
seat of Nigeria’s Presidency. For about six
months, I couldn’t even breathe properly. For
another two months, I was on crutches. But I
considered myself far luckier than the others
who were either nursing a terminal disease or
who could not get it up.
When Presidents make mistakes, they are
probably victims of a force higher than what we
can imagine. Every student of Aso Villa politics
would readily admit that when people get in
there, they actually become something else.
They act like they are under a spell. When you
issue a well- crafted statement, the public
accepts it wrongly. When the President makes a
speech and he truly means well, the speech is
interpreted wrongly by the public. When a policy
is introduced, somehow, something just goes
wrong. In our days, a lot of people used to
complain that the APC people were fighting us
spiritually and that there was a witchcraft
dimension to the governance process in Nigeria.
But the APC folks now in power are dealing with
the same demons. Since Buhari government
assumed office, it has been one mistake after
another. Those mistakes don’t look normal, the
same way they didn’t look normal under
President Jonathan. I am therefore convinced
that there is an evil spell enveloping this country.
We need to rescue Nigeria from the forces of
darkness. Aso Villa should be converted into a
spiritual museum, and abandoned.
Should I become President of Nigeria tomorrow, I
will build a new Presidential Villa: a Villa that will
be dedicated to the all-conquering Almighty, and
where powers and principalities cannot hold
sway. But it is not about buildings and space, not
so? It is about the people who go to the highest
levels in Nigeria. I really don’t quite believe in
superstitions, but I am tempted to suggest that
this is indeed a country in need of prayers. We
should pray before people pack their things into
Aso Villa. We should ask God to guide us before
we appoint ministers. We should, to put it in
technocratic language, advise that the people
should be very vigilant. We have all failed so far,
that crucial test of vigilance. We should have a
Presidential Villa where a President can afford to
be human and free. In the White House, in the
United States, Presidents live like normal human
beings. In Aso Villa, that is impossible. They’d
have to surround themselves with cooks from
their villages, bodyguards from their mother’s
clans and friends they can trust. It should be
possible to be President of Nigeria without
having to look behind one’s shoulders. But we
are not yet there. So, how do we run a
Presidency where the man in the saddle can only
drink water served by his kinsman? No. How can
we possibly run a Presidency where every
President proclaims faith in Nigeria but they are
better off in the company of relatives and
kinsmen. No. We need as Presidents men and
women who are willing to be Nigerians. No
Nigerian President should be in spiritual bondage
because he belongs to all of us and to nobody.
Now let me go back to the spiritual dimension. A
colleague once told me that I was the most
naïve person around the place. I thought I was a
bright, smart, professional doing my bit and
enjoying the President’s confidence. I spelled it
out. But what I got in response was that I was
coming to the villa using Lux soap, but that most
people around the place always bathed in the
morning with blood. Goat blood. Ram blood.
Whatever animal blood. I argued. He said there
were persons in the Villa walking upside down,
head to the ground. I screamed. Everybody
looked normal to me. But I soon began to
suspect that I was in a strange environment
indeed. Every position change was an
opportunity for warfare. Civil servants are very
nice people; they obey orders, but they are not
very nice when they fight over personal interests.
The President is most affected by the
atmosphere around him. He can make wrong
decisions based on the cloud of evil around him.
Even when he means well and he has taken time
to address all possible outcomes, he could get
on the wrong side of the public. A colleague
called me one day and told me a story about
how a decision had been taken in the spiritual
realm about the Nigerian government. He talked
about the spirit of error, and how every step
taken by the administration would appear to the
public like an error. He didn’t resign on that basis
but his words proved prophetic. I see the same
story being re-enacted. Aso Villa is in urgent
need of redemption. I never slept in the
apartment they gave me in that Villa for an hour
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He said’ “I remember the first day he came into the camp. Then we reported to the camp for International duties, then he came straight at me and Vincent Enyeama, the goalkeeper, who also was very powerful back then.”
“He came straight at us and Elderson Echiejile, and he said a few things. He said he heard there was a lot of player power with us.
“Then Enyeama was like, ‘What’s wrong with you? Where are you getting all of these from? We are a nice group, and you just come in, and the first thing is to attack us?
“He was like ‘I heard about you guys.’ And then Enyeama stood up and told him he couldn’t say that because we had been here for so many years. They started arguing, and literally, they were going to have a fight.
“He took Enyeama out of the team, and he came at us saying he was going to take us out of the team. He said he was going to take us out of the team; he said he was going to make sure we didn’t play anymore.”
“Enyeama could not take it, and despite my pleas, he left the camp angrily and never came back.”
“He (Oliseh) had absolutely no clue of how a manager is. He was a fantastic guy in his playing days, but as a coach, he was very terrible. He had no clue what he was doing.
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“His excuse when he got fired was that the people and FA did voodoo on him not to succeed. He was easily the worst manager I played under.
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A Nigerian lady identified as Lioness Eze wrote: “Miracle is her name
She was a maid to me.
She’s here in Canada to do her first degree in IT innovation ( I’m her full sponsor). She’s 20
She took care of my son when I left to UK to put to bed to my twins. My son never for one day felt I wasn’t around him.
Each time my son asks of where the dad is, she’s always there for him to make sure no vacuum at all
When we relocated to Canada, I started pursuing her greener pastures.
I applied for her degree program into same university as mine in Ontario. She got the admission, I started applying for her visa, she was denied first time. But she was granted visa the second time and was given 3 years visa to study in Canada.
She has arrived😁😁 pictures bellow
She even traveled with us to UK for summer 😁
Isn’t her name speaking for her?(Miracle)
NB : she calls me mommy, ( her biological mother is late) she’s my older daughter now, anywhere U see her, tap her back and tell her she’s really a miracle to her generation
GRACE GOD has given me which is unique from others is, you can’t be around me and remain same. If you are around me and your life never changes, it means you need to change ur attitude.”
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