In a state of lawlessness the most lawless becomes a hero. That was how a certain Fulani migrant from Niger Republic shot himself to power in December 1983 in a coup that cost Brigadier Bako his life, suspended democracy, jailed politicians up to 125 years in prison. Killed the economy, education and sent many people on exile. Three decades later, Nigerians went to dig him out of the dunghill of misery, excavated the mannequin from the graveyard of bitterness and hate and branded him a Superman for ruining lives and society in 1983. This time they branded him Super Integrity for hating money and for not being able to buy a house as a military man. The criminals who saw virtue in this evil man even contributed money to buy his APC form while the moral conman sat back in his Katsina ranch, flanked by his unproductive cows, laughed them to scorn for their monumental idiocy.
COPIED FROM DELE MOMODU'S PAGE, ANOTHER VIEW OF DCP ABBA KYARI