In this intriguing video, an old baba shares a remarkable story of his past. He claims that during Obasanjo’s reign, he and other retirees were given the opportunity to choose their pursuits, and he opted for farming on his farmland in Sokoto. However, three years later, soldiers invaded the area and prohibited him from farming there.
Despite their warnings, he persisted and planted millet, only to have it uprooted by the soldiers. Undeterred, he tried planting groundnuts, but they harvested most of it, leaving him with little. After recounting this ordeal twice, he approached the ordinary president seeking justice for his plight.
The Voice of the VoicelessOrdinary Ahmad Isah