The messiah of Nigeria and supreme anti corruption crusader who is friend to everybody and belongs to nobody (who cares what he said, he translated hausa to english and thought it would sound as good, it sounds better in hausa) has spent a year in office. We have had a year of the party who came onboard with the change mantra in power. I bet over this weekend we have read thousands of articles about this and I guess this is one more. Before I go ahead I would like to acknowledge that the PDP gave us 16 years of mediocre leadership and oversaw a kleptocracy which led to the limiting of the potential that is Nigeria. Whatever successes they might have had, Nigeria could have been a lot better; before someone enumerates the ways in which PDP succeeded I am neither a PDP nor APC voltron. My name is HRH SIR Farouk and I just want to make esoteric sense because obviously if I wanted to make common sense then what I would say would lack any insight and be the same with what any Tolu, Dike or Hassan would say. Anyway so a year after changing the party in charge and leadership, how do Nigerians feel?
*Cue Game of Thrones theme music* You know the saying that does who can’t do teach or postulate? I might write about setting P and so on but no one sets a more horrible P than yours truly. I also don’t know how to handle when people like me and tell me they do. I might say the occasional smooth word or words and might even succeed in getting my paramour excited and dripping with anticipation but the follow through, the great leap from toaster to the satisfier of konji for the most part eludes me. On another note, I would like to apologize to those I have offended of recent, I am a weird one. Now that my awesomely awkward monologue is out of the way. I will go to the topic at hand or perhaps musing at hand. These are the thoughts of a man on the porcelain seat of defecation the proverbial shit for thoughts and thoughts of shit. If you are on Nigerian blogsville, Nigerian twitter and so on you would have seen the two videos below, one named “How many boyfriends can a Nigerian girl have”, the other “How many girlfriends can a Nigerian boy have” making the rounds on le internet. If you haven’t, here is my early Christmas gift to you below Read the rest of this entry »