The Zenith Of Suffering : Nigerians Declare War Against “Sabos” As Emefiele , Zenith Bank
In theological circles, Beelzebub is another name for Satan. Beelzebub is one of the seven deadly demons or seven princes of Hell, embodying greed and envy.So, when you hear someone refer to someone else as Beelzebub, know that they have been through hell in their hands and most likely have little hope of ever returning.
To say Nigerians are in hell is an understatement, and it’s all due of a harsh policy pushed on the public with political undertones from inside saboteurs who believe they can manipulate the system to their electoral advantage.
Nigerians are taking to social media to demand the removal of the “Sabo’s,” who they allege is represented by the CBN governor.
Sabo is the short term for saboteurs, who are considered infidels in local parlance.The gist began when Kaduna State Governor Mallam Nasir Elrufai said that there were saboteurs in the Villa working against the APC by using the Naira crisis and the fuel crisis to stir the masses against the party.
As if to unlock the gates of critical thinking, more Nigerians began talking in the direction of the Sabo’s. Delta State billionaire, Ayiri Emami was among the first to launch the war against the Sabo’s.
The social media is already swamped with calls to bring down the SABOs; they accuse Emiefele of conspiring with his brother, Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, and by extension Atiku to incite Nigerians to vote out the APC.
The assertion that the regulation will prevent vote buying and harm the APC’s chances is false; every political party engages in some type of vote buying, hence it impacts every single political party and can never be limited to one.
The only reason for subjecting Nigerians to such hell, which has resulted in numerous deaths and even adults, in fact, people’s parents, going naked in public and in front of cameras (imagine how demeaning and traumatic such scenes can be to the victim even years later.) is to incite public opposition to the APC.
There have been numerous conspiracy theories relating the policy to a specific cabal utilising it to return power to the North; nevertheless, the machinations have begun to receive pushback from the general public.
Some people are referring to Emiefele and Zenith Bank as Beelzebub, the ALLEGED “saboteurs” who are putting Nigerians through anguish by the minute.
Zenith Bank has been the worst bank from the beginning of the crisis, fuelling speculation that the bank is aware of what they are doing.
Their app is not functional, and their branches are not open to any type of transaction.The bank branches in Abuja that were monitored yesterday were not even open for business, upsetting thousands of citizens.
This footage is allegedly from a Zenith Bank branch in Delta, where employees were seen scaling the back fence to escape the wrath of the populace.
So, what are your opinions? Are Emiefele and Zenith bank deserving of the moniker Beelzebub? Please share your thoughts in the comment section.
Osigwe Omo-Ikirodah is the Chairman and CEO of Bush Radio Academy.
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