“They Want To Start A Civil War By 2022, They Are Already In The South” – ex-CBN Deputy Gov - Nicole Kaima's Blog


Tuesday, August 11, 2020

“They Want To Start A Civil War By 2022, They Are Already In The South” – ex-CBN Deputy Gov

A well-known Nigerian banker and development economist, who served as a former Deputy Governor of the
Central Bank of Nigeria, Obadiah Mailafiya, on Monday, August 10, revealed what he discussed with some of the high commanders of the killers terrorising the whole nation.

According to him, the Bandits and Boko Haram terrorists want to start a Civil War in Nigeria in 2022, for the single reason of dominating.

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Obadiah made this known during a live radio interview at Nigerian Info, while reacting to the recent killings in the country.

Here's what he said;
“By 2022 they want to start a Civil war in Nigeria, don’t joke with what I am saying, I have a PhD from Oxford university. I am a Central banker, we don’t talk nonsense. Don’t joke with what am telling you. I have it from the highest possible authority of some of the commanders of the killers.

“They are already in the south, in the rain forest of the south, they are everywhere.

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“They told us that when they finish this rural killings, they will move to phase two, the phase two is they will go in to the Urban cities, going from house to house killing prominent people. I can tell you this is the game plan.”

He also stated that, during the lockdown, arms and troops of killers were stretching to different part of the country without restrictions from any authority.

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