Common Sense 32 On the 31st October 2018, the Sudanese ambassador to Nigeria (Ibrahim Mohamed Ali) visited the INEC Headquarters in Abuja purportedly to understudy the Nigerian Electoral system and seek ways by which the two countries could cooperate on electoral matters. Interesting!


On the 31st October 2018, the Sudanese ambassador to Nigeria (Ibrahim Mohamed Ali) visited the INEC Headquarters in Abuja purportedly to understudy the Nigerian Electoral system and seek ways by which the two countries could cooperate on electoral matters. Interesting!
Recall in Common Sense 31, we established the sudden interest of the Sudanese government in the affairs of the Nigerian Federal Government. What's with the sudden interest when rumours are rife on the presence of a Sudanese national masquerading as the Nigerian president? Well, that's left for people to decide.
Dear Readers, there are numerous unanswered questions on the happenings in Aso Rock. There's sufficient doubt on the occupant of the presidency. Recall the infamous statement you Babachir Lawal "who's the presidency?". There is a litany of evidence that something is not right. The presidency has blatantly refused to engage and at least 50% of the citizens of Nigeria believe that there's some truth to the allegations.
What surprises us all is the almost absolute silence of the National Assembly, the Regional Pressure Groups, and the rest. Seems there's a code of silence. Of course, the national Assembly couldn't care much; why should they? With 29m per month as emoluments, would any of them really care? The governors wouldn't care much; with billions in monthly allocations, they've got nothing to lose. You see why the 1999 Constitution shouldn't stand?
The pressure groups like Afenifere, Ohaneze, NSDSM, PANDEF, Middle Belt Forum and the rest of them are a giant disgrace! None seems to be asking questions yet they want an improved Nigeria where the basic question of the whereabouts of the president cannot be answered?
And yes, the PDP! A giant load of disappointment of gargantuan proportions. In fact, recall during the presentation of Momentos (1-10) on this wall, we discussed the evolution of the political parties and their control as a single party of different nomenclatures by the 1999 Constitution. Never had that been more visible than what the PDP portrays now. The PDP has refused to identify with the restructuring as the majority of the people desire; they have refused to identify with the questions around the seeming disappearance of the president, they have refused to identify with the injustice of arresting folks like Segun Onibiyo, they seem very detached from the need to engage the Nigerian citizens! All they want is POWER!
The PDP is a giant disgrace! The national assembly is a very disgraceful organization for their refusal to nip this perilous rumours in the bud. The judiciary is non existent, the NBA is a joke, the pressure groups of the South and Middle Belt are are a huge joke!
This country is a joke! A giant joke! We should quit paying lip service to "let's build the country"! We are simply not ready! The country is a loot and most of the elite are looters and hypocrites! This country does not deserve to exist! We are a comedy!
We must #restructureOrBurst...or allow the Sudanese to continue ruling us! Dammit!!!
We lack common sense!!!.
By
Baron Roy

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