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David Hundeyin Biography

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin is a Nigerian Freelance journalist who operates on his own and gathers reliable, well researched facts and information which he shares to his thousands of followers and readers.

David Hundeyin has worked with various News outlets and online platforms where rare, insightful information are shared and read. His work spans across various reputable media firms of both local (Nigeria) and international print and broadcast platforms including The Africa Report, CNN Africa, Channels Television, Business Day, PlusTV Africa and Yahoo Finance.

David Hundeyin Quick Facts

NameDavid Hundeyin
Date of Birthunknown
Marital StatusSeparated
OccupationFreelance Journalist for NewsWireNGR, Investigative Journalist
EducationBachelor’s Degree, Creative Writing and Media, Culture & Society (2008 – 2011)
NationalityBritish, Nigerian

David Hundeyin Career

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin began his career with Business Consulting and Marketing before he delved into writing. His writing has amassed a huge following and readership because of it’s detailed nature, accurate reportage and professionalism. He is also the founding voice and brain behind ‘The Other News’ which was Nigeria’s first prime time political satire TV show with nearly 2 million weekly viewership. David is fully involved with his journalism and is currently working with NewsWireNGR where has been working as a Freelance journalist since August 2019.

David Hundeyin Education

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin graduated with joint honours in Creative Writing and Media, Culture & Society from Hull University and also became the first overseas student in the history of Hull University to complete a joint English and Media programme. He holds a bachelor degree in Creative Writing, Culture & Society. He completed the course in 2011.

David Hundeyin Journalism

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin is very much involved in investigative stories that are known to break the net when released or revealed. His work has been highly influential in bringing important stories to light and has helped in influencing legislative and judicial outcomes that are for the general good.

His account of illegal raids and intimidation of suspected sex workers in Abuja was cited in a landmark Federal High Court ruling in November 2019, effectively decriminalizing sex work in Nigeria’s capital city.

In May 2020, Hundeyin took time to look into Nigeria’s proposed Quarantine Act and publicly revealed that the bill was 98% plagiarised from a 1978 Singaporean bill. His revelation exposed the government who were surprised at the apt revelation by the Freelance Journalist. David noted that the Act was rife with unconstitutional clauses. This story was central to the bill being referred to a public hearing, after which it was dropped from consideration. In February 2021, Hundeyin was awarded the People Journalism Prize for Africa 2020 in recognition of his work on this story.

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David Hundeyin Analysis on Hiny Umoren

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin Analysis on Hiny Umoren says, [PARAPHRASED]

A 26-year-old woman left about 1 p.m. on Friday, April 29, for a work interview in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. She was searching for a way to support herself before being called up for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) scheme, having just finished her university program after losing both parents.

Instead of a work interview and optimism for the future, what she would really face on that day would become one of Nigeria’s most surprising stories ever.

After her friend Umoh Uduak issued an urgent plea, Iniobong “Hiny” Umoren became the subject of a desperate nationwide search led by Nigerian Twitter users. Although she was finally located, the worst had already occurred. She was later discovered dead, having been abducted, killed, and buried in a shallow grave, according to the police.

Frank Uduak Ezekiel Akpan, a prime suspect, was also arrested after a crowdsourced social media sleuthing operation revealed his name.

The Akwa Ibom State Police Command quickly declared that it had secured a confession from Akpan, and also established his motive – he was a convicted rapist and serial killer working alone, which is uncharacteristic of Nigeria’s elephant-paced justice system. The plot has come to an end, and the task has been completed.

Naturally, many people believed that Akpan might not have acted alone, and that the police were complicit in some kind of cover-up to shield important people who may have been implicated. Rumors started to circulate that Hiny’s family had received death threats, and that the perpetrator had boasted of his connections.

However, aside from whispers, there has been no evidence to support the notion that simply imprisoning Frank Akpan would not be sufficient to bring Hiny Umoren to justice. In general, sources able to speak out to offer facts about this case have been few.

Before now, that is.

Information that can change the game
Any phone call made over a GSM line leaves a permanent record with the cell service provider, which cannot be tampered with or deleted under the rules. The date and time the interaction was initiated; the type of interaction (voice or SMS); the duration of the interaction; the number initiating the interaction; the number receiving the interaction; and the location of the nearest mobile towers to both parties.

Some networks often document the actual communication (voice note), and depending on the type of signal band and cell device, it might also be possible to catch both parties’ precise location, reliable to just a few meters. Anyone with access to the call data from Frank Akpan’s line will be able to easily determine if he was behaving alone – which is where my source comes in handy.

This knowledge is, understandably, designed to be difficult to obtain without the permission of law enforcement. With this in mind, I’ve gone beyond and above by manually reproducing it in a spreadsheet to secure my source by deleting any potentially identifiable details. To make sense of the situation, I spent several hours last week poring over several days’ worth of stolen call data from Frank Akpan’s mobile provider.

The information contained in this story is the nearest thing to objective proof that:

1.) Frank Akpan is being blamed for the murder of Hiny Umoren by far bigger fish; and 2.)

2.) Although Frank Akpan is undoubtedly the main perpetrator and was personally involved in the assassination, other suspects are still at large, and the Akwa Ibom Police Command has deliberately bungled what should be a straightforward investigation.

Frank Akpan, who is he?
Apart from a few tidbits gleaned from social media pages, very little is known about the prime perpetrator, Frank Akpan. The timeline leading up to his arrest starts late on April 29 in the afternoon, when Umoh posts Hiny’s phone number in the hopes that someone may be able to locate her ex.

The first mention of “Frank Akpan” as a key character in this story comes from Umoh, who names the owner of the Airtel number +2348127530092 as the guy who invited Hiny to the alleged interview.

Truecaller returns the name “Ezekiel Akpan” after a short search. Surprisingly, this person’s Truecaller profile has the occupation name “Political.” It’s important to remember that Truecaller obtains high-quality data for an individual’s “age” and “occupation” fields from a variety of sources, including Facebook profile details and review of the individual’s Facebook friend networks – so this minor detail could become relevant in the future.

Shortly after being the subject of national attention as a result of Umoh’s tweet, Akpan tries to mislead the public with the Facebook post below. In doing so, he unintentionally reveals that the phone number in question belongs to him, confirming that “Uduak Frank Akpan” and “Ezekiel Akpan” are the same guy.

He then deactivates his Facebook profile and appears to disappear before the Akwa Ibom State Police Command releases a release three days later, announcing his detention and ultimately declaring him the sole suspect in the case.

So far, according to the official version of the plot, there is just Frank Akpan and the unfortunate Hiny Umoren. He has been labeled a serial rapist by the police, and therefore a sole actor. The problem is officially resolved, and there is nothing else to see here. It was just a hideous monster, and a lady who was unfortunate enough to fall prey to him in the most heartbreaking of situations.

So far, the only counter-story consists of a few unsubstantiated social media rumors that would not hold up in court, as well as what might otherwise be compelling information from Akpan’s crime scene, which has been tainted and made almost worthless for the purposes of a criminal investigation.

The Akwa Ibom State Police Command has caused vital evidence from Akpan’s hideout to be trampled underfoot by hundreds of interested onlookers and social media content producers, either by intentional malfeasance or negligence. The proof used to establish a case for something other than a single Frank Akpan conviction has been lost or made inadmissible as a result of this.

One form of proof, on the other hand, cannot be physically lost or tampered with in any manner. This data has a permanent digital archive that is stored in cloud servers free from the Nigeria Police Force’s incompetence or malfeasance, and it proves without a shadow of a doubt that Frank Akpan did not act alone.

Organ trafficking to fuel the worldwide black market for donor organs? Ritual assassinations on behalf of leaders who engage in occultic rituals?

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Let’s have a look.

The Smoking Gun: Leaked Network Records
A brief explanation is needed to fully comprehend and contextualize the information presented below. Call date and time, originating number, receiving number, form of interaction (call or SMS), duration of interaction (in seconds), and originating/receiving cell tower are the six types of telephone activity details that service providers often register.

Per cell tower on the planet has a special positioning code that looks like this: MCC (Mobile Country Code)-MNC (Mobile Network Code)-LAC (Location Area Code)-CellID is a combination of MCC (Mobile Country Code)-MNC (Mobile Network Code)-LAC (Location Area Code)-CellID. Nigeria’s mobile country code is 621, and the country’s four main network operators, MTN, Glo, Airtel, and 9Mobile, have MNCs of 30, 50, 20, and 60, respectively. You can locate the exact cell tower nearest to where the call in question was made or received by combining this detail with the LAC and CellID shown in the call records below.

For eg, if the MCC is 621, the MNC is 20 (Airtel), the LAC is 00784, and the CellID is 20565, you can use free public access cell site locators like cell2gps.com to find a cell tower site in Uyo near the intersection of Ikot-Ekpene Road and Ikpa Road.

As a result, it’s time to go over the leaked call record details and draw some conclusions. First, here’s some information I gleaned from my source, highlighting key bits of Frank Akpan’s call and SMS history on the day Hiny Umoren was murdered.

I run all of the numbers through Truecaller for clarity and placed the names in brackets next to them.
On April 29, at 1.17 p.m., Frank Akpan made a 124-second phone call to Hiny Umoren. It’s reasonable to assume that this was a call during which he gave her directions to the alleged interview location. He then made a 147-second phone call to a Blessing Godwin at 1.21 p.m. Was he talking up another possible work interview snare victim? For the time being, it is difficult to predict.

Hiny Umoren then made a 106-second phone call to Frank Akpan at 3:38 p.m. Since the tower positioning does not change by comparing the mobile tower data here to that of his past phone calls, it is apparent that he was already at the alleged venue waiting for her. She was most likely calling to inform him that she had arrived for her interview. This call was likely the last time anybody ever heard Hiny Umoren alive, except for a 2-second WhatsApp voice message that Hiny later managed to give to Umoh.

David Hundeyin Analysis on Isa Pantami

David Hundeyin Biography – David Hundeyin Analysis on Isa Pantami says, [PARAPHRASED]

Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, is a chameleon with one view on the past and one on the future. He may come off as a cosmopolitan technocrat with a clear intellectual history depending on the case or who is interested in it. He may also transform into a knuckle-dragging troglodyte spewing parochial religious and micro-ethnic sentiments.

It’s always been difficult to pin down Isa Pantamis to a single persona, perhaps because of the sheer disconnect between the various Isa Pantamis known to different people. To those who work with him or see him on TV giving speeches about Nigeria’s broadband masterplan in his signature reedy accent, the thought that this heavily built guy with the gold-rimmed prescription glasses may be one of Nigeria’s most powerful men right now may be very disorienting.

Even after thorough study into the angry and unrepentant religious militant that lurks under Isa Pantami’s friendly shell, many people find it difficult to acknowledge. How is it likely that a man with a PhD from Aberdeen and certificates from some of the world’s most reputable universities is both an Al-Qaeda and Taliban member and an instigator of deadly religious crises in Northern Nigeria?

After reading Sheikh Pantami’s mealy-mouthed effort to separate himself from his own utterances during a Ramadan service on Saturday, April 17, 2021, I determined that the best way to crack through his fabricated genteel posturing and raise the curtain of denial was to let Pantami do the job for us, rather than writing another extensively-sourced 2,000-word deep dive.

Pro-terrorist rhetoric and a cameo by Buhari
Isa Pantami, also known as “Sheikh,” “Imam,” “Mallam,” and “Dr,” was born on October 20, 1972, in the Pantami Ward of Gombe State. Pantami Ward is known for being the last stronghold of the 1980s Maitatsine Islamic uprisings. Some claim that these uprisings were foreshadowings of the Boko Haram crisis, which would occur two decades later.

It’s hard to say if the Maitatsine-style Islamic cult that grew in Pantami Ward and resulted in a violent confrontation with authorities on April 29, 1985, had some theological impact on the teenage Pantami. What we do know about Pantami is that he became the Chief Imam at ATBU and a prominent public figure in Bauchi after graduating with a BTech in Computer Science from the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) in Bauchi in 2003.

Pantami gave a now-famous public lecture in Bauchi on September 12, 2006, a month before his 34th birthday, titled “Suwaye Yan Taliban” (“Who Are The Taliban?”). This was only one of the incendiary sermons and public lectures given by Imam Pantami in Bauchi over the course of nearly a decade, but it has since become viral due to its appearance on the internet. Dr. Andrea Brigaglia of the University of Cape Town Centre for Contemporary Islam first released a paper in 2019 with a transcript of the question-and-answer section of ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban.’ Then, mysteriously, a 54-minute audio recording of the lecture appeared on a Nigerian Islamic group website.

On Dawah Nigeria, ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’
Both by chance or arrangement, ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’ has been Isa Pantami’s proverbial bone in his throat. At first, he flatly denied making those statements. Then, when the audio recording of his distinct voice surfaced, he said that Dr. Brigaglia’s translation was incorrect, implying that whoever translated it either didn’t understand Hausa or didn’t like him. Several powerful friends of the house jumped right into this story, hoping to capitalize on the fact that most Nigerians who are interested in this story are not (native) Hausa speakers.

To see if there was any merit to this story, I worked with a reliable source who was born and raised in northern Nigeria and speaks Hausa fluently. I entrusted him with removing four portions of the 54-minute audio recording that affirm or contradict Brigaglia’s translation of what Pantami said 15 years ago. For the first time since the news broke, I am able to show four excerpts from ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’ that say a very straightforward story about who 33-year-old Isa Pantami was.

Pantami praises the Afghan Taliban in the first excerpt below, saying that they have faced “trials from Allah” when grappling with kafuri (“infidels”) from the Western world who want to smear the Taliban’s “good name.”

The below is the transcript for the chapter above, which runs from 2:50 to 3:57 in the complete recording:

“In response to inquiries/clarifications on this matter, I agreed to answer promptly in order to emphasize the topic’s relevance to the public. One of the most interesting thoughts that came to mind are that what our brethren-Al Sunnah (Salafists) want to know is how Allah tested the Talibans in Afghanistan on this planet. Trust and passion are put to the test.

Furthermore, there was a community of individuals, Infidels from the Western World, who had no other goal in existence but to kill the Taliban’s good name in the eyes of their Muslim brothers, and in the eyes of the Infidels themselves, by accusing the Taliban of acts that they had not done.

The following excerpt is taken from the complete recording between 13:14 and 15:19.

“Until the Monarchy, or Kingship System, was abolished around the year 1978 Christian Era, Afghanistan was in a horrible condition. If you did the math, you’d see that almost 30 years have passed. Afghanistan had devolved into chaos, to the point where infidels began to plot invasions and take control of the country. This is because our enemies, the Infidels, particularly the United States of America, are always distressed when you are religiously devout, patient, worshipping God, and reading the Quran. As a result, they are always on the lookout for an opening to mount an assault against you. They are now pretending to be superpowers, while the USSR was once the world’s superpower.

The United States invaded Afghanistan under the guise of fostering reconciliation. Their arrival into the country was marked by their opposition to one party and support for the other. Right now, who do you think would be the first to invade Nigeria if Allah were to send a test of faith to the country? AMERICA, AMERICA! Who do you think they’d help if they invaded? Muslims or non-Muslims? INSULTANTS! They intend to practice in this manner. This is why, according to Islamic law, it is forbidden to act without first making preparations (Istidhad). This is God’s Religion’s path.”

Apart from Pantami’s frequent use of the term “kafuri” (infidel) to refer to non-Muslims, the most interesting point to remember about this excerpt is that the conclusion in the second paragraph is that Muslims are at war with the United States by nature, and that the only reason they do not “take action,” i.e. a violent jihad, is that if the United States intervened, it will side with non-Muslims. This is an important argument because it fits in with Al-“gradualist” Qaeda’s ideology, in which the focus is on planning, typically by diplomatic means, rather than simple combat, as ISIS and Boko Haram advocate.

Pantami makes a nudge-wink reference to “Mr.” in the next chapter, which runs from 17:28 to 17:51. As a “real Muslim,” Zero Zero (a northern Nigerian reference to Rt. Gen Muhammadu Buhari) is his favorite candidate in the forthcoming (2007) elections.

“They have a plot to invade and dominate Afghanistan in order to force their will on the country’s government. This has been their tactic across the world, where every strong nation of infidels can force itself on any other government. This is why we have been pleading with Almighty Allah to put Mr Zero-Zero to power in Nigeria as soon as possible. May Almighty Allah grant us a real Muslim who reveres Him. I’m sure you all know who I’m talking about, so I won’t go into detail.“

“Yes!” says the audience. “

In the 2007 general election, the leading contenders were Umaru Musa Yar’adua (PDP), Muhammadu Buhari (ANPP), and Atiku Abubakar (AC). Yar’adua prevailed with 24.6 million votes, compared to 6 million for Buhari and 2.6 million for Atiku. This is the first hint in Isa Pantami’s tale that she has had a long friendship with Nigeria’s new president.

Pantami’s audience is directly incited against the Nigerian state in the fourth and final quote, which runs from 52:35 to 53:21, in a manner close to that of Boko Haram founder Mohammed Yusuf.

“As a result, we are praying to God for a day when the photos on the notes in our pockets will be erased, based on our interpretation. No Muslim cleric has ever condemned these photographs as prohibited. Can we become self-sufficient and no longer need this currency. Even including pictures of the Prophet’s Companions on the currency is against the religion. Can Allah guide us to the day when the Gregorian calendar, also known as the Calendar of the Infidels, is deleted from the banknotes. And the day will undoubtedly come that it will be removed.”

Dissembling, Dishonesty, and Disingenuousness in Action
Pantami’s strategy has evolved since the audio recording surfaced, making it more difficult to refute and obfuscate. Pantami said during a Q&A session during his regular Ramadan lecture at Annor Mosque in Abuja on Saturday, April 17, 2021

Dr. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, is a chameleon with one view on the past and one on the future. He may come off as a cosmopolitan technocrat with a clear intellectual history depending on the case or who is interested in it. He may also transform into a knuckle-dragging troglodyte spewing parochial religious and micro-ethnic sentiments.

It’s always been difficult to pin down Isa Pantamis to a single persona, perhaps because of the sheer disconnect between the various Isa Pantamis known to different people. To those who work with him or see him on TV giving speeches about Nigeria’s broadband masterplan in his signature reedy accent, the thought that this heavily built guy with the gold-rimmed prescription glasses may be one of Nigeria’s most powerful men right now may be very disorienting.

Even after thorough study into the angry and unrepentant religious militant that lurks under Isa Pantami’s friendly shell, many people find it difficult to acknowledge. How is it likely that a man with a PhD from Aberdeen and certificates from some of the world’s most reputable universities is both an Al-Qaeda and Taliban member and an instigator of deadly religious crises in Northern Nigeria?

After reading Sheikh Pantami’s mealy-mouthed effort to separate himself from his own utterances during a Ramadan service on Saturday, April 17, 2021, I determined that the best way to crack through his fabricated genteel posturing and raise the curtain of denial was to let Pantami do the job for us, rather than writing another extensively-sourced 2,000-word deep dive.

Pro-terrorist rhetoric and a cameo by Buhari
Isa Pantami, also known as “Sheikh,” “Imam,” “Mallam,” and “Dr,” was born on October 20, 1972, in the Pantami Ward of Gombe State. Pantami Ward is known for being the last stronghold of the 1980s Maitatsine Islamic uprisings. Some claim that these uprisings were foreshadowings of the Boko Haram crisis, which would occur two decades later.

It’s hard to say if the Maitatsine-style Islamic cult that grew in Pantami Ward and resulted in a violent confrontation with authorities on April 29, 1985, had some theological impact on the teenage Pantami. What we do know about Pantami is that he became the Chief Imam at ATBU and a prominent public figure in Bauchi after graduating with a BTech in Computer Science from the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University (ATBU) in Bauchi in 2003.

Pantami gave a now-famous public lecture in Bauchi on September 12, 2006, a month before his 34th birthday, titled “Suwaye Yan Taliban” (“Who Are The Taliban?”). This was only one of the incendiary sermons and public lectures given by Imam Pantami in Bauchi over the course of nearly a decade, but it has since become viral due to its appearance on the internet. Dr. Andrea Brigaglia of the University of Cape Town Centre for Contemporary Islam first released a paper in 2019 with a transcript of the question-and-answer section of ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban.’ Then, mysteriously, a 54-minute audio recording of the lecture appeared on a Nigerian Islamic group website.

On Dawah Nigeria, ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’
Both by chance or arrangement, ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’ has been Isa Pantami’s proverbial bone in his throat. At first, he flatly denied making those statements. Then, when the audio recording of his distinct voice surfaced, he said that Dr. Brigaglia’s translation was incorrect, implying that whoever translated it either didn’t understand Hausa or didn’t like him. Several powerful friends of the house jumped right into this story, hoping to capitalize on the fact that most Nigerians who are interested in this story are not (native) Hausa speakers.

To see if there was any merit to this story, I worked with a reliable source who was born and raised in northern Nigeria and speaks Hausa fluently. I entrusted him with removing four portions of the 54-minute audio recording that affirm or contradict Brigaglia’s translation of what Pantami said 15 years ago. For the first time since the news broke, I am able to show four excerpts from ‘Suwaye Yan Taliban’ that say a very straightforward story about who 33-year-old Isa Pantami was.

Pantami praises the Afghan Taliban in the first excerpt below, saying that they have faced “trials from Allah” when grappling with kafuri (“infidels”) from the Western world who want to smear the Taliban’s “good name.”

The below is the transcript for the chapter above, which runs from 2:50 to 3:57 in the complete recording:

“In response to inquiries/clarifications on this matter, I agreed to answer promptly in order to emphasize the topic’s relevance to the public. One of the most interesting thoughts that came to mind are that what our brethren-Al Sunnah (Salafists) want to know is how Allah tested the Talibans in Afghanistan on this planet. Trust and passion are put to the test.

Furthermore, there was a community of individuals, Infidels from the Western World, who had no other goal in existence but to kill the Taliban’s good name in the eyes of their Muslim brothers, and in the eyes of the Infidels themselves, by accusing the Taliban of acts that they had not done.

The following excerpt is taken from the complete recording between 13:14 and 15:19.

“Until the Monarchy, or Kingship System, was abolished around the year 1978 Christian Era, Afghanistan was in a horrible condition. If you did the math, you’d see that almost 30 years have passed. Afghanistan had devolved into chaos, to the point where infidels began to plot invasions and take control of the country. This is because our enemies, the Infidels, particularly the United States of America, are always distressed when you are religiously devout, patient, worshipping God, and reading the Quran. As a result, they are always on the lookout for an opening to mount an assault against you. They are now pretending to be superpowers, while the USSR was once the world’s superpower.

The United States invaded Afghanistan under the guise of fostering reconciliation. Their arrival into the country was marked by their opposition to one party and support for the other. Right now, who do you think would be the first to invade Nigeria if Allah were to send a test of faith to the country? AMERICA, AMERICA! Who do you think they’d help if they invaded? Muslims or non-Muslims? INSULTANTS! They intend to practice in this manner. This is why, according to Islamic law, it is forbidden to act without first making preparations (Istidhad). This is God’s Religion’s path.”

Apart from Pantami’s frequent use of the term “kafuri” (infidel) to refer to non-Muslims, the most interesting point to remember about this excerpt is that the conclusion in the second paragraph is that Muslims are at war with the United States by nature, and that the only reason they do not “take action,” i.e. a violent jihad, is that if the United States intervened, it will side with non-Muslims. This is an important argument because it fits in with Al-“gradualist” Qaeda’s ideology, in which the focus is on planning, typically by diplomatic means, rather than simple combat, as ISIS and Boko Haram advocate.

Pantami makes a nudge-wink reference to “Mr.” in the next chapter, which runs from 17:28 to 17:51. As a “real Muslim,” Zero Zero (a northern Nigerian reference to Rt. Gen Muhammadu Buhari) is his favorite candidate in the forthcoming (2007) elections.

“They have a plot to invade and dominate Afghanistan in order to force their will on the country’s government. This has been their tactic across the world, where every strong nation of infidels can force itself on any other government. This is why we have been pleading with Almighty Allah to put Mr Zero-Zero to power in Nigeria as soon as possible. May Almighty Allah grant us a real Muslim who reveres Him. I’m sure you all know who I’m talking about, so I won’t go into detail.“

“Yes!” says the audience. “

In the 2007 general election, the leading contenders were Umaru Musa Yar’adua (PDP), Muhammadu Buhari (ANPP), and Atiku Abubakar (AC). Yar’adua prevailed with 24.6 million votes, compared to 6 million for Buhari and 2.6 million for Atiku. This is the first hint in Isa Pantami’s tale that she has had a long friendship with Nigeria’s new president.

Pantami’s audience is directly incited against the Nigerian state in the fourth and final quote, which runs from 52:35 to 53:21, in a manner close to that of Boko Haram founder Mohammed Yusuf.

“As a result, we are praying to God for a day when the photos on the notes in our pockets will be erased, based on our interpretation. No Muslim cleric has ever condemned these photographs as prohibited. Can we become self-sufficient and no longer need this currency. Even including pictures of the Prophet’s Companions on the currency is against the religion. Can Allah guide us to the day when the Gregorian calendar, also known as the Calendar of the Infidels, is deleted from the banknotes. And the day will undoubtedly come that it will be removed.”

Dissembling, Dishonesty, and Disingenuousness in Action
Pantami’s strategy has evolved since the audio recording surfaced, making it more difficult to refute and obfuscate. Pantami said during a Q&A session during his regular Ramadan lecture at Annor Mosque in Abuja on Saturday, April 17, 2021:

David Hundeyin Biography – Awards

In 2018, David was nominated by the US State Department for the 2019 Edward Murrow program for journalists under the International Visitors Leadership Program. (IVLP)
In 2021, he received the People Journalist for Informed Community 2020 Award, which he received in 2021. David Hundeyin won the award for his report about the Nigerian House of Representatives debating the Infectious Diseases Bill during the COVID-19 lockdown.

David Hundeyin Wife

David Hundeyin Biography – Hundeyin is divorced.

David Hundeyin Net worth

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