January 14, 2010 at 10:36 am (Inspiration, Thought, Family, Motivation)

To every Rule there is always an exception; the only problem is that unlike every other person that is bound by the rules.
Nigeria happens to be an exception.

Every Nation has a ruler, a Lord, a King, a President, a Prime Minister; there is at least someone in charge. Wait a minute….

Who is in control of the affairs of Nigeria is it Vice President Goodluck Jonathan or The President Umaru Musa Yar’ Adua (Dead or Alive).

Actually, if the truth must be said Nigeria lacks Leadership at this present time, because the seat of the number 1 man in the nation is vacant.

Worse of all is not the fact that the seat is vacant but that the person occupying the seat has refuse to relinquish power whether dead or alive (nobody knows, at least no one is talking).
Nobody knows for sure whether Yar Adua is dead, however there is a major truth in all of this occurrence and that is that Nigeria lacks truthful and credible leaders in power.

To say that Nigeria does not have truthful and credible leaders would be a fallacy of hasty generalization, however those occupying our political posts, those who you and I see every day in position of political authority, have made us to give up on ourselves and even on the Nation at large.

A practical example of such is the recent headline that was on the web.

The headlines of read, below is an extract from the site….

“Monday, January 11, 2010
at 2:29 PM •

By Hodderway Books
January 11, 2010

Nigerian President, His Excellency Umaru Yaradua is dead according to authoritative sources at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre.

He died on the 10th of December at 3.30pm at an Intensive Care Unit at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Jeddah Saudi-Arabia. Sources at the Hospital say that the First lady wants to keep the news secret for the next few days for personal reasons.

At the time of his death he was surrounded by his wife, Turai and a childhood friend, Nigerian Member of Parliament,

The president left Nigeria fifty days ago after complaining of Chest pains. Sources at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center in Jeddah say that the president suffered among many other things, kidney failure, stroke and massive brain damage.

The President has been bedridden ever since. Nigerian officials had previously lied to the country that the president’s health was getting better while his situation got worse. The president was conspicuously silent regarding the Christmas day bombing in which a 23-year-old Nigerian, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to detonate a bomb on an aircraft that carried nearly 300 people.” culled this news from, a couple hours before I visited, I had visited following a link provided by Deolu Akinyemi.

Two hours after I checked AllAfricannews, I went back to the Chronicles only to discover that the news was no longer there.

Fellow Nigerian’s I have this question to ask you all:
Where is Yar ‘Adua?
Who is deceiving who? Join me as we continue the search and unleash the mystery behind the Presidents where about I will keep you posted.

Abraham Omotayo


1 Comment

  1. visionthought said,


    Umaru Musa Yar’Adua & The Number 13

    Umaru Musa Yar’Adua

    (August 16, 1951-May 5, 2010)

    Umaru Musa Yar’Adua President of Nigeria, made his transition on May 5, 2010 after a long bout with poor health. Yar’Adua was 58 years old at the time of his passing. The announced cause of his passing was pericarditis.

    In his short tenure as president, Umaru Yar’ Adua made important strides to have greater transparency and curtail corruption. He has the distinction of being the first Nigerian Head of State to publicly declare his assets. Yar’Adua’s rationale for doing so as he explained, was that the people would be able to see if he used his position to illegally enrich himself.

    His brief tenure was not without controversy as evidenced by the potentially damaging decision by Yar’ Adua to retain power (in title at least) rather than formally relinquish power and allow his then Vice President Goodluck Jonathan to assume the presidency before his death.

    In the life of Umaru Yar’Adua, we notice numeric patterns that appear with repeating occurence.

    One number that appears frequently in the life of President Yar’Adua is 13.

    Consider ther following:

    Yar’Adua was the 13th elected Head of State of Nigeria.

    He was elected on April 21, 2007, using the year and the month we get: 2+0+07 =9 +04=13.

    We get the number thirteen from the date of his passing May 5, 2010 or expressed as 05-05-2010: 5+5+2+0+1+0=13.

    Yar’ Adua’s age at the time of his passing was 58, which when added to itself 5+8=13.

    This December would be the 13th year since Yar’Adua’s brother Sheu Musa Yar’Adua died. Sheu Ya’Adua was sentenced to prison by military tribunal, after calling for the then Sani Abacha military regime to return to civilian rule.

    January 13, 2010, a Nigerian federal court handed then Vice President, Goodluck Jonathan the power to carry out state affairs while President Umaru Yar’Adua received medical treatment in a Saudi Arabian hospital.

    Umaru Musa Yar’Adua joins other noteworthy Nigeria political personalities that passed away in the month of May. They include:

    Sir Herbert Macauley (November 14, 1864 – May 7, 1946), Obafemi Awolowo (March 6, 1909-May 9, 1987) , Nnamdi “Zik” Azikiwe (November 16 1904 -May 11 1996).

    How should we view the occurrence of 13 given the fact that Umaru Musa Yar’Adua as a practising Muslim?

    According to Dr. Rashad Khalifa:

    “When the Quran was revealed, 14 centuries ago, the numbers known today did not exist. A universal system was used where the letters of the Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek alphabets were used as numerals.The number assigned to each letter is its “Gematrical Value”.”

    Dr. Khalifa goes on to add:

    The initials A.L.M.R (Alef Laam Mim Ra) prefix one sura,- that is 13th sura . This sura is known Al’ Ra-ad or The Thunder in English. The website Gate of Islam states:

    “It is a thirteenth surah of the Holy Quran in order. Surah Ar Rad “The Thunder ” was revealed in Mecca, Arabia on Prophet and Messenger Muhammad (peace be upon him). This Surah of Holy Quran has taken its name from a word in verse 13.The subject is a divine guidance in relation to the law of casue and effect, it being explained here, as else where in Quran that there is no partiality or aversion on the part of God Almighty but the reward or punishment are the result of your actions.”

    In the Quran the word land,according to one writer appears 13 times.

    The letter the 13th letter in the Arabic alphabet (the language of the Quran) is given the gematrical value of “40″. The Arabic alphabet is the letter “M” in English.

    The Makki Sura was revealed in 13 years.

    The number 19 is very important in the Quran and the number 19 according to, is the 13th integer in the Quran.

    The Moslem.Org website also points out:

    “If we continue counting the number of verses where the verse number is prime up to the end of chapter 60 (60:13), we find that there are 1343 such verses. Note that sura 13 has 43 verses. Such is GOD’s Design, Creator of all things.”

    First Revelation Sura 96 Ayeh 1-5 consists of 76 letters (19 x 4). 76=7+6=13.

    In the occult tradition, the number 13 are reflected in the following manner:

    1.) 13 is the number of months in the lunar calendar. Each month has 4 weeks, giving us 52 weeks for a complete year.

    2) There are 13 lunar cycles in a year.

    3.) The moon moves 13 degrees each day across the heavens.

    4.) There are 13 cards for each suit in the Tarot. The “Death Card” is numbered 13.

    5.) The final step on the ladder before the souls of the ancient people of Kemet reached eternity was the 13th step.

    6.) The human body has 13 major joints.

    7.) The 33rd degree Masonic Temple is located just 13 blocks north of the White House.

    8.) According to the Jewish Cabalist, the number 13 represents the Snake, the dragon, Satan.

    “In the Kabala, at number 13, arises the Emperor, completely armed to gain his empire. In fact, the occult school says,’ ‘He who understands 13 hath the keys of power and Dominion.”

    9.) The thirteen gates of the human body of the woman: 2 eyes, 2 ears, 2 nostrils, the mouth, 2 breasts, the navel, the anus, the urethra and the vagina.

    10.) The relationship between the volume of the Earth and that of the Sun is approximately 13 times a power of 10, that is to say 1 / (13.01 x 10E5) to be precise.

    11.)The number 13 is used 28 times in the Old Testament and it is never used in the New Testament.

    12.) The card deck includes 13 hearts, 13 spades, 13 squares, 13 clovers.

    13.) The number 13 brings the test, the suffering and the death. It symbolizes the death to the matter or to oneself and the birth to the spirit: the passage on a higher level of existence.

    There are many more examples of 13 symbolism such as the founding of America as was in many pre-western religions and societies. According to many Christians “The number ’13′ signifies rebellion against God’s constituted authority!”

    But we are informed by one writer:

    “The occultist assigns ‘6‘ to represent the number of man, and the number ‘7‘ to represent the number of divine perfection. Thus, as a person climbs that “Jacob’s Ladder” toward self-perfection in the realm of the occult, the number ‘13‘ represents the state of divine perfection, self-achieved perfection, and Illumination (6+7 = 13).”

    As stated elsewhere :

    “Numerology puts significance on the number thirteen when the equation 1+3=4 is considered, four being representational of the circle of life.

    While modern superstitions place negative meanings on the number thirteen, in older belief systems, now considered to be linked to the occult, 13 is a number of transition and change. One ending becomes a beginning, continuing the sacred cycle of life.”

    Copyright © VisionThought 2010.

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