US: Susan Rice Refuses To Answer Nigerians on Reparations Crusader MKO Abiola’s “Tea of Death”

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June 13, 2013

NewsRescue-The United States Ambassador to the UN and newly appointed National Security Adviser, Susan Rice unbeknownst to many, has a deep and death linked history with Nigeria. Susan Rice is believed by Nigerians to have taken the death tinged “poisoned tea,” to Nigerian election hero, late M.K.O Abiola. M.K.O Abiola died “shortly” after the visit by Susan Rice, and having “drank” the tea she brought.

MKO Abiola won the most treasured democratic election in Nigeria’s history, with a landslide victory cutting across ethnic borders.

Advocate for Reparations

MKO Abiola was known for his advocacy for reparations for African nations, from the western world for slavery. General Babangida on the other-hand, under whose watch Nigerians were denied his victory, is recognized to have been a CIA agent in Nigeria. Babangia’s tenure had Nigeria submit for SAP and IMF policies that destroyed the nation. The west consistently refuses to address Africa’s reparations issues, without which “African nations can never recover fully due to significant human and resource losses,” the theory states.

Abiola had just taken a traditional title, “Are Onakakanfo,” with which “death is never natural.”

See: NewsRescue-Nigeria’s ex-president Babangida, CIA, ruthless murder, loot and more

Susan Rice to Nigerians: ‘I won’t talk on MKO Abiola’s death’

Abuja – Following inquiries by reporters representing the Nigerian media, Susan Rice has declined to comment on allegations that she served MKO Abiola, winner of Nigeria’s 1993 presidential election, a poisoned cup of tea. According to the Nigerian Leadership media, its reporter sought comments from Rice, who, as the US assistant secretary of state for African affairs, was part of the US delegation that visited Nigeria on July 7, 1998, and met with MKO Abiola for a meeting during which he suddenly began gasping for breath and died of a heart attack, after taking a cup of tea Rice allegedly served him from a “multidimensional” flask.

According to the Leadership, its reporter called Rice’s number and her secretary who picked the call said Rice would not comment on the incident and related allegations for “personal reasons.” The Leadership also contacted Thomas Pickering, former US ambassador to Nigeria, who led the delegation to the meeting with Chief MKO Abiola. Pickering also declined to comment on the allegations. According to Leadership, Pickering’s aides at his Woodrow Institute office, said he would not like to speak on the matter for “security reasons.” The aide also refused to give the reporter the ambassador’s cell phone number.

The Leadership reporter made several unsuccessful attempts to contact Rice by placing calls to her office at the UN. Leadership reports that the secretary of the US Mission in New York, Ms Herrera Kathleen, said Rice would not accept a telephone interview. Kathleen advised that the reporter send an email of questions. However, she could not guarantee that Rice would respond, after the reporter had sent the questions. –DigitalJournal

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    Kayode Olaide 14 June, 2013 at 20:51 Reply

    I would not expect that you expect them to talk, that is called being diplomatic in a leadership role. Instead of pointing accusing fingers at outsiders why don’t we just look inwardly to find solutions to our internal problem.The more you get outsiders involved, the more they treat us as a second class group of people, in fact what will their talking on it do for us as a people? Let’s be objective with ourselves for once, if we are not prepared to fight for a course, they let’s leave the sleeping dog to lie, instead of just wanting to know about an issue for knowing sake. So many killings had been done in Nigeria that up till today we don’t know how or by who, what are we doing about them all? Why is anyone not asking questions about Sanni Abache’s death? Is it justifiable to kill anyone without being sentenced to death by the court of law? The truth is that there is more to MKO Abiola’s and Abacha’s death than is exposed to those of us outside their clik, that is outside the corridor of power, they are all one of a thing. Those in power then and the ‘international politicians’ sense that the only way to bring political stability back and move Nigeria forward was to get both of them out of the way, so they did what they did. I am supporting them, but let’s be objective and not just raise an issue where are not prepared to do anything about or a course we are not prepared to fight for, other than talk on it and waste time and energy on people we are not prepared to face head on and fight; in fact there is more to June 12 among those who had brought Nigeria to it present ‘sorry’ state including MKO Abiola himself-“no sinner will go unpunished”. Our concern should be about the conditions of the masses and let’s be prepared to truly fight a just course in that regards, instead of talking about what happens or had happened among those who all have millions of skeletons in that wardrobes that if let loose will cause Nigeria to explode.

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    ben 15 June, 2013 at 20:44 Reply

    Am shamed oh. How can we accuse Susan Rice, that she killed
    MKO because she served him tea.

    Is Tea harmful again? Na wa oh. I thought after these years the PRO June 12 supporters should have come up with the name of the chemical that was in the tea. Arafat’bobdy had to be exhumed to prove that he died of polonium oxide. The case of a witch crying in the night and a baby dying in the morning those not hold water her at all. Rice has nothing to answer as long as we keep mentioning tea.

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      Mengistu Hailemariam 7 July, 2013 at 21:31 Reply

      Tea could be harmful if sweetened if sweetened with a special substance.Does that help? I hope it does.

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      segun musa 3 August, 2013 at 13:36 Reply

      Ben you sound like a baby with your comment and i laugh at your message. You truly sound like clown and an uninformed person.

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    Maka Vveli 23 June, 2013 at 11:29 Reply

    Hey Fellas.. The CIA Killed M.K.O.. they killed ABACHA and lot more .. Something about propaganda.. there are people that make efforts for a better Africa.. Africa should be a Country.. NOT A CONTINENT… Have you read the book “how THEY underdeveloped Africa?”.. They spent and sacrificed a-lot to make sure Africa is not United and “they” will make sure it remains that way.. WE ARE ALL BLIND TO THE STRATEGIC AND STUPENDOUS ACT OF THE WEST BECAUSE WE ARE NEVER CURIOUS TO UNCOVER THE GIZMO COMPILING FROM THE OBLIVION. (keep your mind open and be the judge).

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