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Saturday, July 14, 2018

Colonel Nyiam says APC is party of witches, wizards

A retired Army Colonel and a member of the Presidential Advisory Committee, PAC that packaged the national conference, Tony Nyiam, has given reasons Nigerians should not be surprised by the killings and other evils going on in the country under the All Progressives Congress, APC.

The retired Colonel said that President Muhammadu Buhari government officials’ tactics were consistent with the logo of the APC.

Speaking with Vanguard, Nyiam noted that Broomsticks which the ruling party uses as logo share similarity with covens of witches and wizards.

According to him, “What do Nigerians expect from a scarecrow-like figure carrying the symbol of witchcraft as the symbol of APC ?

“PMB should know he is a former head of state and a retired general and all these things happening under him make him incredible. They make his administration a security risk.

“One does not have to be a master interpreter of symbology to know that with such symbolism of APC, it is inevitable that we shall continue to have the bad omen we are experiencing today.

“Lest we forget, bad omen is phenomena or occurrences seen as a sign of future bad events. The broomsticks which APC members parade are means witches employ to achieve magical flight. Hence, you see depiction of witches riding broomsticks.

“The unprecedented killings of innocent Nigerians and loss of lives from national disaster are clear evidence of the bad omen.

“It could escalate to the South-East and South-South. A good example of the cruel irony of those who are taking advantage of PMB’s lack of attention to details is one recently exemplified by an aspirant to Edo State Assembly who openly campaigned for women’s rights while secretly engaging in child-sex trafficking and forcing young girls to swear to secrecy during witchcraft rituals.”

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