It’s a known fact of life that the only sphere of activity where “something can be made to stand on nothing” is only within the realms of “hocus pocus” with the scope of “phantasmagoria” where the rule of the game is “…the more you look the less you see…”Iyke Nwanbie
Still choosing to meddle in the affairs of political god heads of a country that begs for sound and right minded people.
Was going through the supposed certificates of General Muhammadu ‘Mohamed’ Buhari and am in shock as I look at that complete forgery …or is it getting to see most of the supporters of the APC presidential candidate never knew his ‘real’ name.
Despite the fact I am coming up hard against the only real threat to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, just because I have always wanted a continuity of the feats and outstanding achievements of Mr president …until today I still had respect for General Buhari for holding his grounds on wanting to taste power again, till I saw this certificates.
Listening to the on-going arguments on the forthcoming Nigerian presidential elections, as it concerns the school certificate qualification of the presidential aspirant of the APC, General buhari.
You would hear loads of comments that settles in the sphere of “absurd”, “funny” and “complete ridiculousness”.
It’s painful to see absolute porosity in the speeches of a few Nigerians …the cognitive skills of analysis when it comes to this Nigerians choosing a president could be compared to that of a little kid told to choose between a cone of ice cream and a blank cheque.
Hearing one good friend of mine say “Even if general Buhari present a Nepa bill as a school certificate result, I would still vote for him”, shocked me a little bit, as I understand the level of political literacy in the country.
Some go the length to say: “A school certificate is not needed as the experience is what’s important”
I ask my question: would citizens of Canada, Russia, United State et al, make such statements?
What are the heights we really want to reach as a country, if choosing backwardness excites a few of us this way?
Do I put pen to sheet with an attempt to to deceive or mislead?
What do I have to gain by misleading people that have chosen to follow sound minded leader?
Do we prefer this silly standards and careless statements that has made Nigeria a stature of ridicule and mockery in the face of world politics?
As I let this questions slip into your reveries …I come up with another question: Why is General Buhari allowing his sponsors and supporters sell the toga of impunity to the world, while he dodges questions surrounding his certificate …when he could, for the sake of protecting the little relevance Nigerians politics has at the moment, give us the truth concerning his certificates.
Imagine a Putin or an Obama having issues with their certificates, don’t mind my excesses. I just want the best for this country, it’s what a real Nigerian should do.
Are we clamouring for growth or just letting the world see how ignorant ‘those black monkeys’ are? …are we not the ones giving them those words?
The Nigerian army spokes-person coming out to say with accurate specifics, that General Buhari was admitted into the Nigerian army on the basis of his school principal’s testimonial recommendations. In other words this general of ‘integrity’ had from the start shown he is below per in intellectual abilities, having “padded” his admission process into the Nigerian army, one that gave him the chance to be referred to as a general.
I use this medium to asking the presidential candidate of the APC, to drop all those annoying scripts he is presenting as certificates.
Come Up clean sire and let’s know where we are actually headed.
© CelonaCharles 2015