R.I.P. Caroline Smith: wife of Harold Sean Smith, who featured in the video “A FATHERLAND INTERVIEW – RIGGING NIGERIA”

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Mr. Harold and Mrs. Carol Smith, as featured in the video “A FATHERLAND INTERVIEW - RIGGING NIGERIA” Caroline Smith, wife of Harold Sean Smith 18TH March 1931 – 8th January 2021 Fatherland Group regrets to announce the death of Caroline Smith, wife of Harold Sean Smith, on 8th January 2021. Carol was the second half of the formidably courageous and principled couple who dared to speak truth to power, to Nigeria’s Governor General in the run up to the country’s Independence Elections, Sir James Robertson, to the British Government and to the world, over the rigging of Nigeria’s Independence Elections. They sacrificed what would have been a comfortable life to ‘Soro Soke’ (Speak up!) about the British colonial government’s foul play with democracy which led to Nigeria’s sorry record of military coups, the Biafran War, corruption and the general state of retarded development and…

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Subject: Armed raiders capture people in Niger state - still think this is about faith and cattle??? Date: 17 February 2021 at 11:33:40 GMT To: africalive@bbc.co.uk Cc: fcocorrespondence@fco.gov.uk, diane.abbott.office@parliament.uk, wallaceb@parliament.uk Further to my recent email on the subject of BBC coverage of deaths and injuries in Ibadan, please see attached video, released by the armed Fulani raiders who have captured a number of souls in Rafi village area of Niger state. These kind of events are happening with monotonous regularity in Nigeria now. I trust the BBC will live up to my expectation and that of the thousands of Nigerian-British licence-fee payers that the BBC will do justice to the truth of what is happening in Nigeria - beyond Boko Haram and beyond any kind of known conflict that can be said to originate in misuse and abuse of religious principles as the BBC…

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Subject: Africa Live: 21-22 January 2021To: <africalive@bbc.co.uk> Re: Buhari calling for calm after incident in Ibadan In light of the prevailing amount of credible evidence from inside and outside Nigeria, I am concerned that the BBC World TV service continues to repeat the line that 'There have long been tensions in Nigeria between the mainly-Muslim north and the Christian-dominated south'. Such a reductive description of the background to the prevailing organised armed Fulani incursion into Nigeria is so inadequate that I invite you to drop it and find a better one or leave it out altogether before you do any more disservice to the likes of Prof Soyinka and many many others on all sides of the situation. I further suggest you take a wider perspective on the issue of Fulani plans for Africa and factor in what is happening to East and West…

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