Allahu akbar! There goes Nigeria….

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Pamela Geller:

Obama’s Nigerian election jihad: Muhammadu Buhari set for victory

Recently, I warned of Obama’s meddling in the Nigerian Presidential election. The article describes Obama’s perfidy and treachery in Nigeria is devastating. There has been a very deliberate, systematic campaign to deliver Nigeria into the hands of the jihadists, the same stealth jihad Obama has been engaged in Syria, Iran, Egypt, Israel, Iran, Afghanistan and beyond.


Obama backing Nigerian’s presidential challenger Muhammad Buhari, a “ruthless ex-dictator”  ousted from power in the 80s, is no different from backing Muslim Brotherhood terrorist Morsi in Egypt, Rouhani in Iran, etc.

And now Buhari is poised to win.

Buhari supports imposing Sharia, islamic law. And PDP members have questioned why Buhari was picked by Boko Haram as part of the team to have talks with the government of Nigeria in Saudi Arabia.

Rest assured, Obama will respond quite differently to Buhari’s win then he did with Netanyahu.

buhari for change

Opposition presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari, of the All Progressives Congress, speaks during the Nigeria Labour Congress in Abuja

Nigeria election: Muhammadu Buhari set for victory, BBC, March 31, 2015 (thanks to Ari)

Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari is on the verge of a historic victory over Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, with most votes counted.

Gen Buhari, a former military ruler, is ahead by almost three million votes, with results still to come from just three states.

Analysts say it is hard to see how Mr Jonathan can overcome this lead.

The opposition has never won a presidential election in Nigeria, Africa’s most populous state.

Observers have generally praised the election but there have been allegations of fraud, which could lead to protests and violence.

More than 800 people were killed in protests after Mr Jonathan beat Gen Buhari in the previous election.

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