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Buhari Regime, Corruption and Power of Cognitive Conditioning, By Samuel Ajayi


ABUJA (Sundiata Post) The attached picture shows the mail sent to senior editors by Lagos lawyer, Femi Falana, SAN, requesting for information on the nation’s fuel import regime. Ibe Kachikwu, minister of state for petroleum, had directed the NNPC boss, Maikanti Baru, to furnish the lawyer the information he needed under the Freedom of Information Act.

Rather than comply, Baru got his PRIVATE lawyers to write Falana declining the information.

My Take:
The mind is so, so weak. When it is conditioned to believe something through massive INDOCTRINAL CONDITIONING, even if it sees EVIDENTIAL PARAMETERS to believe that that thing it had been made to believe is not ACTUALLY as it was portrayed, the mind is still always RESISTANT to assimilating a new IDEA of the subject.

Buhari and his regime, even before assumption of office, had been made to look as if it would be run by saints that won’t know how money looks like not to talk of stealing it. They will be FIGHTING corruption instead of being involved in it.

Now, even when incontrovertible evidences point to the contrary, the minds of those who swallowed the initial message without any interrogation have been conditioned to believe that under this regime, even a dime can never be stolen.

Unfortunately, these include those who are well educated and attended the best schools both at home and abroad.

(Note that I screenshot the mail to protect the identities of other recipients)

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