I have been reading so much on Kyari; the former super cop allegedly found neck-deep in drug-related businesses. Unbeknown to many, if the other security agencies were probed, Kyari’s case will be a tip of the iceberg. Secondly, Kyari is already facing karmic law, and logically, we must now focus on the Kyaris in all arms of our security agencies and the public service, which is why PMB’s fight against corruption and insurgencies are suffering setbacks. Now that PMB knows that the wicked are increasing, transgressions are growing everywhere; this is the time to cleanse the Aegean Stable. If he couldn’t, then we are just in serious trouble.
Again, I have no regrets saying that I empathize with Kyari because he is a product of our society that eulogizes those who have ‘made it’ without knowing the sources. Secondly, I do not celebrate anyone’s downfall because it is not our righteousness that we worked and retired from public service. It was the mercies and grace of God that covered us. Anybody with thirty-five years of service will agree that only a few will look back and thank God they did not have a dark stain on their white robes of service.
Some are still in service today because they falsified their ages. Many are into serious supply and carry businesses, over-invoicing, forging documents to collect dead people’s benefits, doing contracting businesses, and denying genuine businessmen and women the opportunities to make a living. Several others are taking money before passing files to the next stage. Some refuse to move files until one commits to a certain percentage of the contract sum, while some defraud pensioners who have served Nigeria with their sweat and blood, etc.
One thing is sure about Kyari, the dark-alleyed billionaires he made will be there for him. Those guys do not forget each other. In contrast, those he sent to jail will rally to destroy him further. Now that he shall soon come face to face with the Lady blindfolded with the scale, let him have the courage to take responsibility instead of blaming conspiracies or others for his travails. Such is life.
For the Kyaris still in the public service, I appeal to them to kindly turn around and stop siding with men and women of shady characters. They should know that promoting drug trafficking is part of what has led the world to the level of decadence we are witnessing. Drugs kill the future of youths and countries. They should stop covering evil for the whiff of money.
Suppose they don’t control their appetite for illicit and unpatriotic businesses and still conspire with the enemies of Nigerians; they shall pay a supreme and painful price when caught and become a shame to friends, family, and allies. For example, in death, a Late Brigadier General who used his position to enrich himself illicitly has lost almost all he had to the tune of over N10 billion. While soldiers were fighting in hot zones, he was busy amassing wealth from purely blood money. If alive, the seizures could lead to instant stroke.
Even in death, he has brought ridicule to his family, children and friends.
Think about that.
Grace and peace!!!