Top Ghanian Economist Calls Jonathan A Joke And Of Unsound Mind

One of the World’s foremost economists, Professor George Ayittey has lashed out at the President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ), describing him as “a joke” and a mediocre President after his (GEJ’s) encounter with the media last night.
According to Professor Ayittey, Nigeria “deserves a better leader”, judging by GEJ’s poor, almost unfortunate responses to some of the questions posed to him by the Nigerian media last night.
The Professor indicated that GEJ’s refusal to declare his assets and his failure to tackle the Boko Haram crisis suggest that he is of an unsound mind.

He therefore called on Nigerians to rid themselves of GEJ as soon as possible.
He said: “Nigerians should not put up with such mediocrity and should mount a RECALL GEJ campaign. They should check Chapter VI of their Constitution. See Sections 143 and 144 about removing the President and Vice-President from office other than through elections”.
“137; 1c: “A person shall not be qualified for election to the office of President if under the law in any part of Nigeria, he is adjudged to be a lunatic or otherwise declared to be of unsound mind.”

Professor Ayittey, a Ghanaian economist, author, president of the Free Africa Foundation in Washington DC, professor at American University, and an associate scholar at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, made this known on twitter this morning.
Read the entire tweet below:

“Look, this GEJ guy is a joke – a meretricious mediocrity. Nigerians deserve a better leader. Fancy his statements and responses to questions in a media chat on June 24, 2012:

• He has not visited Borno state, the center of Boko Haram attacks, because the airport there was not functional at the time he planned to visit. “And we did not want to land somewhere and fly in to Maiduguri with a helicopter for obvious reasons.”

[Why is the airport not functioning? Why hasn’t it been fixed? And are there no ROADS into Borno State?]

• Asked why he had not declared his assets, Mr. Jonathan replied in an impatient tone, stating “I don’t give a damn” about declaration of assets. He related that he had gone to the late President Umaru Yar’Adua to caution “that we should not play to the hands of some people [by openly declaring their assets].” Mr. Jonathan added, “That is a matter of principle and I am not going to declare. It is not the president declaring his asset that will end Boko Haram.”
• The president said it’s a matter of principle and whether he is criticised from “head to toe” he will not declare his assets. “It is not right,” he said. “I didn’t want even want to declare my assets as VP” but was forced by the then president, Umara Musa Yar’Adua. He said asset declaration is “not the right thing to do.”

[Damn it, it is a constitutional requirement to declare your assets, Mr. President. See Chapter VI, Part 1, Section 140 of Nigeria’s Constitution: “Declaration of assets and liabilities, oaths of President.” And what the hell has Boko Haram got to do with declaration of assets?]

• Agriculture: The president said his government is revolutionizing agriculture in Nigeria.”We are giving cotton seeds free in the North” he said.

[This is the most crass definition of an “agricultural revolution” – by providing free seeds.]

• The President said the government is doing very well in railway construction. “You may not know, but we are working,” he said. He added that his government has made a “significant progress” in railway construction. “You should commend us,” he adds.

[What “significant progress” has been made in railway construction? How many Nigerians are working on railway construction with the contract given to Chinese firms?]

• UNILAG name change: The president said what he did, in terms of law, was correct. You change the name first, then send the bill to the National Assembly later, he argues. “What we did, was the normal procedure,” he said.

[No, Mr. Presient, you had it backward. Before you change the name of University of Lagos (UNILAG), you consult with the university and the student body, which you did NOT do.]

• Crude Oil Theft: “The stealing of crude oil is a Nigerian phenomenon,” the president said. He adds that it has gone cancerous. “We will stop it, but it is like allowing a cancerous cell to grow into a major tumor.”

[Mr. President, theft of crude oil is a CRIME, not a “Nigerian phenomenon or a disease afflicting Nigerians. Describing it that way means you are CLUELESS about how to solve it.]

Nigerians should not put up with such mediocrity and should mount a RECALL GEJ campaign.
They should check Chapter VI of their Constitution. See Sections 143 and 144 about removing the President and Vice-President from office other than through elections.

137; 1c: “A person shall not be qualified for election to the office of President if under the law in any part of Nigeria, he is adjudged to be a lunatic or otherwise declared to be of unsound mind.” Link: ”

Professor Ayittey holds a B.Sc. in Economics from the University of Ghana, Legon, an M.A. from the University of Western Ontario in Canada, and a Ph.D. from the University of Manitoba. He has taught at Wayne State College and Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.
He held a National Fellowship at the Hoover Institution in 1988-89, and then joined The Heritage Foundation as a Bradley Resident Scholar.
He founded The Free Africa Foundation in 1993, to serve as a catalyst for reform in Africa.
In 2008 Dr. Ayittey was listed by Foreign Policy as one of the “Top 100 Public Intellectuals” who “are shaping the tenor of our time”. He lives in Lorton, Virginia.
What do you make of his comments? Is Professor Ayittey justified in his criticism of GEJ?

By Samuel K. Obour


  1. I knw nigerians will rush and support a useless preffesor who is out othe soil of african a. Proffesor in anuther man land and an outcast in ghana. Nigerians hope u guys re aware that d ghanania authority. Has mad a degree to targeted. At nigerians in ghana not to have a small. Scale bussiness in ghana useless outcast proffesor. A celebrated slave in usa

    • MHEN……if u got sound mind, u wud recognize that the response GEJ gave aint appropriate for a university graduate…talk of the commander in chief…..& why do u call him useless…u think being a Prof in the US is gotten on a platter of gold…dont be silly, he know of your constitution more than yourself in it….hiss..

  2. Well, am less concern about the opinion of the professor but my worry is our own president who never sound as a leader both in action,words and steps. I guess we should really look and assess these whole administration critically because they act like a joker and it obvious they are confused.

  3. Statements like this would typically be seen as an act of aggression (even war) by Ghana to Nigeria.

    However, I 100% agree with Professor George Ayittey on this one…

  4. i very much agree with the prof. Look, let truth b told, this gej admin act n sound confused. Analysising his comments on telly, i just felt ashamed.

  5. @Kelvin, a *useless* professor wit dat portfolio?! U really amaze me! Wat has d prof’s opinion got to do wit d Ghana-Nigeria economic rift? If we have leaders of sound minds, do u thunk dat Nigerians will flock to Ghana to make ends meet? Ghana!! It’s now another paradise and they now give us conditions, but I won’t blame them, cos they used their potentials and ran a transparent government. I listened to GEJ’s speech (I’m not sure u did) and he sounded like a fisherman on his 6th cup of stale palm wine. And if u still think that Jonathan has a sound mind, then yours should be examined. I speak as a clinical psychiatrist. (I hope u know wat dat means)

  6. Kelvin its very obvious you are not sound. You can’t even spell ordinary professor correctiy but u can insult d prof who tells d obvious truth. Its a shame that d people in charge of phone calls fulstrated our effort to ask the president real technical question which he won’t be able to ans. Shame ifthe nos 1 line in Nigeria can’t receive call then God help us.

  7. This just too revealing, this is enough to show you how clueless and pointless GEJ is, ‘Declaration of assets’ he links boko haram in his answer, “Crude oil theft’ he calls it a habit and phenomenon, meaning its something thats in the blood “naija man must tif crude oil now”… Very Stupid Answers!!

  8. We Nigerians are problem of Nigeria, please professor you should had give advice on issue on ground, not adding salt into wound, professor I disagree with you, tell us how to bust our economic or how people will start mini business not talking rubbish here, problem of Nigeria is Nigerians, let put hand together to help out government. Long life federal republic of Nigeria.

  9. There’s no need been sentimental about this, the Professor is very right. We all feel something is wrong with the man. I’ve found ways to support or even defend him but his moopiness and cowardice is making that very difficult, we need a president and Jonathan is not it; he’s an embarrassment…distributing cotton seeds! HAHAHA

  10. hey! hey!… u guyz should slow it down on mr president.(GEJ) Nigeria is not Ghana nor a small backyard entity, GEJ Might not be a c0nvincing speaker but i belive he meant no mediocrty in his media responses. i know his naivity is somehow obvious but then its more easier for you guyz to unleash your venomous comment from behind the scene. GEJ migth not be so elloquent in selfexpresion but he remains our president(whom u probably elected @ the poll) i think encouraging the dude will go a long way in…..

  11. @Idris, I marvel at your ignorance, the professor should come and teach you what your president has failed to teach you? He should come and teach you how to establish small businesses? You can as well ask him to come and become Nigeria’s president because we don’t know how to utilise that position. Narrow-minded people like GEJ.

  12. Mr prof…….I think we nigerians that wears the shoe knows where it pinchies….so keep ur advice to yourself ok if u cnt advice the country on the way forward then keep your prof lips shut.after all you are not a nigerian…..

  13. Shame on all u critics of GEJ. IF GEJ is whateva u call him, then u are even worse. U are all so dumb to the extend that u don’t know that leaders in Nigeria do not declare assets, pay taxes, utility bills, respect the or have the masses at heart. If a foreigner has to tell u this, all of u, like GEJ, are mentally unsound and need psychiatric examination.The question on our mind should be: how do we force our leaders to do the right thing? Arguing over who did this or did not do that is a waste of our precious time, and an indication that we are as clueless as we claim GEJ is.

  14. @isah,calling kelve a big fooooooooooool iz an under statement. he hz d president and founder of fool forum in the world, so he hiz d biggest fool. GEJ, he z indeed a JOKE AND a meretricious mediocrity as described by Prof. if we cant tell him let anoda person help us. tankz Prof.

  15. Our problem in Nigeria is its people never d authority.
    We have failed in most of duties and we always quick to blame others for our failures: A drunken driver overspeeding without using d safety belt and with very bad tyres will crash and want to blame it on bad road and Government. GEJ isn’t not an orator and it doesn’t make him clueless.
    From what d prof. said I guess he is out of touch with Nigeria and its constitutions and would be a waste of energy to address to him.
    Most of us opening our mouth so wide are more are corrupt than d people in power. If 50% of Nigerians can do d right thing then Naija will be heaven in Africa.

  16. The professor got something right and some wrong, the president declared his asset as part of the condition of declaring it with the commission before the election, what he said he will not do is public declaration as in publication in the various daily newspapers and i think that is optional. It is also wrong for the prof to quote the Nigerian constitution by telling us to declare our President insane and unfit to rule it is insulting our collective intellects as a nation. Ghana may is the most peace nation in Africa butvi cannot and will not swap my nationality as a Nigerian to a Ghanian, Nigeria maybe corrupt and unsafe, but it still gives us the previlage to what we want to be as profesdional, backward as we may consider ourselves, we are far better than all our neighbouring countries, i have worked and lived in some of them. Until you are their, you will never know how the people in those countries envy us. All we need to do is work harder on our system and one day we will make Nigeria great. No need to abuse kevin, and Dr fred clinical or not Medical Doctors in Nigeria are also part of the societal problems and that includes you. So before we start to call people names we should first look in the mirror.

  17. Seriously !!! This beyond prof or Gej we r just looking at all this in the physical is more than that .Let join hands together and pray for our dear Nigeria to be free from masterminders (Nigeria needs miracle)cuz at this junction we have own part to play.Pionting fingers at one another it will not work it has never work.Let stand up for what we believe equal right so we can rise as a great nation in this 21st century God bless Nigeria.

  18. i think GEJ is one of many lecturers,who were half baked in our universities.Many of them are still there just like GEJ,and if nt for OBJ,it would av bn hard for distintively n competively for him to become Nigerian President.Nigerians keep enduring,e go better!

  19. i think GEJ is one of many lecturers,who were half baked in our universities.Many of them are still there just like GEJ,and if nt for OBJ,it would av bn hard distintively n competively for him to become Nigerian President.Nigerians keep enduring,e go better!

  20. I don’t think there is any difference between GEJ and Kelvin after all GEJ said and all the professor wrote I don’t expect him to be writing all nonsense he wrote. NO apologies, your level of insanity is even worse the professor being a Slave or not the truth is STARING at us. and @IDRIS don’t you think its a shame for the captain of a ship(GEJ) to be clueless as to the direction where the ship should go?

  21. I am totally disappoint with my pple hw dey started abuse diaself on d issue of declaring d asset Okay if Mr President declare d asset is dat 1 we solve d problem of Nigeria.

  22. Kelvin, u don’t need to attack the professor. He said the truth. Whether he resides in africa or not is not d issue. Wat he said was d plain truth, even a secondary student knows this. D issue is we obviously have a leader that lacks wisdom in leading us and also unfortunately, does not surround himself with good advisers. I don’t know what you expected last nait, but I was not dissapointed in GEJ. He just proved himself to be GEJ again- if you get what I mean. The bible says ‘ Woe to you, oh land, if your leader is a child’ The only thing now is for us to pray that God should intercede in the affairs of this nation.

  23. I watched it, I think we have a good, sound President. I didn’t agree with his decision to integrate the BH into society though, they are criminals and should be treated as such. I also feel declaring his assets will make Nigerians trust him more, but he said it isn’t compulsory, and he had already done that in the past. He’s positive of the improvements in agriculture, he spoke of just the cotton but said the minister of agric would in time speak of the rest, he meant declaring his asset wouldn’t solve any problem when he used BH as an example. I think this professor is a hired pawn, quoting Nigerian law that we should kick out our president? Sick freak. What was his opinion when a corpse was ruling us? I feel sorry for all these Nigerians being cynical and condescending about everything GEJ does. I’m optimistic, and will only start judging him in 2013. Most of these critics can’t even organize themselves in traffic or keep a clean street, but are quick to criticize our president. Go and impeach him now, let me see!

  24. Guy, at least speak English, make yourself coherent. Shouldn’t Nigerians listen to reason? Isn’t it the case that we have set the bar of leadership so low?

    Your response is the exact reason we’re not making progress as a country – we are too satisfied and comfortable with intellectually crippled leaders who are only smart when it comes to ways to favour themselves and a few puppet masters that control them.

    Look at what’s going on in the Middle East and have some understanding!

  25. We are doomed in this country when some one who is not fit to be a councillor in his ward is the president. As long as god fatherism continues to flourish in this country we are yet to see the worst.

  26. Kelvin is a drunk, unintelligent. He is a disgrace. The professor didn’t have to say all he said on our leader, but in a situation where Nigerians cannot see the moss in the eye of Nigerians and another, a neighbor, sees it and says or removes it, does it matter?

  27. Most times, when I consdier the weakness of my president (GEJ), I tried to put myslf in his will understand that no ruler in Nigeria has ever experienced such national and economic crisis except that of GEJ so we should not try to compare him with our past rulers in terms of peace cos Nigeria has never been peaceful..I would say, we have the right to blame Mr. President for his ways of addressing issues but don’t forget too fast that solving problems like that of Nigeria is not just what even God can solve in a day(with due respect)!..let’s keep faith on our leaders cos I believe faith maketh all things..God is seeing our pains and surely he will give us happiness..most Nigerians voted GEJ as president, so we should be blaming ourslves if he is performing..let’s support him..His weakness might just be the perfect way of solving our problems..(I knw many won’t belv dat) please let’s support ourselves, we will come out glorious. Am happy to be a Nigerian. God bless Nigeria. God bless all of us

  28. All we need is God’s intervention. Badmouthin our country n mr president wont help us. We already knw hw bakwod we are. Prayes changes wat arguments can NEVA change.

  29. our president lack the strength to lead and also we need to remove him bcos he is clueless. To crown it all he does not know how to answer question. No probs we need to investigate how he badge P:HD in his field of study

  30. GEJ…Lacks wisdom, and refuses to go to the source (God alone)…thus his folly is made more obvious with each passing day. He has only himself to blame.

    Its also a lesson for us all to stop playing sentimental politics and mortgaging the future of our children with politicians who have corrupt agendas (in varying degrees).

    Each election time we find ourselves constantly having to choose between the devil and the deep blue sea. Now that we have tasted the deep blue sea, we really need to ask ourselves what we are planning to do to avoid this situation in the next election?

    Pray tell??

  31. Patriotically, it’s sad to hav such comment directed at the No.1 of our country(Nigeria). We all however hav fundamenta right to our opinions. Prof., hav only shown bitter concern on a live program we all watched. If ECOWAS and Nigeria must grow un-interruptedly then truth must be said, accepted and respected not minding who is behind it or who it affects. ECOWAS and Nigeria will steadily grow if only Africans/Nigerians avoid mediocrity and hypocricy. Nigeria must survive bad leadership!

  32. A drug must not be extremely bitter to be potent. That interview was not in its elements. Sometimes a mad man might have a message. Calling for Our C in C removal is way too far let’s leave the messenger . Our C in C must please listen now to the voice of Reason, Wisdom and Courage. The entire Nation routed for him like never before and are behind youe . The Nation is drifting and let’s offer advice and reduce criticisms. Ourw Cl in C should call up Prof Soludo National Planning. Grant minister for agric and another tenor. Retain petroleum. Make the highly exposed UN Lt Gen Obiakor special adviser on security matters. Give any other FCT milnister target of reactivating all FCT packed up Economic projects or quit. Peole like El Rufai, Ribadu etc look for peple with programmes, not political jobbers. Stay action on polittical patronages. Call up all proven and tested hands no matter their political bits, to salvag this situation while there is still time. There should be a chanel of reaching and passing suggestions to the Presidency. Curruption seem to be ragging unabated. Our fortunes are still within redeption.

  33. To be candid I have been saying the same thing this man said right from the night of gej manifestoe night that he was talking like someone of unsound mind the prof is very right gej should resign he has noting to deliver, is a great mistake for the electorates.

  34. Truth be told, i believe a lot of people, especially foreigners love to criticise Nigeria & point out our mediocrity but every country has her own worries. Though we’re the ones giving them the opportunity to do so, GEJ should work more on himself and listen to what the masses grieve about. The Professor is right but Ghana’s economy is sliding down daily with a constant increase in dollar & constant reduction in the , he should focus more on that and choose his words when addressing a president of another nation

  35. For so many years Nigeria has not had leaders that can speak publicly with confidence, swag, authority. We have had and still have leaders that only read from papers when they want to speak. They lack the ability to answer questions and the art of being courtesy. They over jesticulate and interrupt rudely. GEJ is a typical example of a President that doesn’t know how to speak publicly. However, that doesn’t give the Professor the right to insult our President even if we do not like the President. When it comes to Nigeria and anything or anybody that’s not a Nigerian I choose and stand with Nigeria. We are wise enough to know what our constitution says about removing the President. We don’t need the Professor to make us feel inferior or daff or cluesless as a people. He should take his opinion to Ghana. I’m sure thay have their own issues there the Prof can talk about.

  36. The so called Professor Ayittey must be a real daft not to ask himself where he was when Ghana was worst than Nigeria.Only Nigerian with unsound minds can support that lunatic called Ayittey insulting their President. A foolish beggar in another man’s Country can’t tell us how to rule our beloved Country. Ayittey, you can never be a President till you die. You are a disgrace to Ghana.

  37. The biggest problem that African man especially, Nigerians inherited from whoever bequeated it to them is our inability to accept the truth. Critics in its entirety is never a bad method of judgment but the sharpest and sure ways of redirecting one’s actions and call him to order. But in our own case, we see it as the work of enemies. The moment u see critics as this, is the same moment u will never take corrections. If u people can agree wit the saying that ‘power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely’. A man who refuses to declare his asset publicly says he wants to corruption. How if I may ask? Those who fathers him, dine and wine wit him are the mega corrupt individuals and he said he wants to fight corruption. That makes him the joker of the yr. One more thing, anybody who takes away the only food that a poor man has in his mouth and refuses to replace it wit another one, whether a better one or of the same sort will definately have a problem in his entire life. The removal of fuel subsidy especially the way and manners it waz removed will forever be the weakness of Mr. President. A hungry man is an angry man. Many lives were lost in dat struggle, and many more are still going down today because of the economic hardship that policy brought in our lives and the money which he promised heaven and earth to bring job opprortunity, infrastructural development, sound educational system, confident and sure security system, steady power supply etc. Nigerians, how many people have been employed? What is the state of our security? The money where is it? Is it not still in the hands and bellies of our corrupt leaders? A corrupt man can never fight corruption. Q.E.D. The prof, just reminded us what have forgotten for donkey yrs now. Impeachment. That is the only language weak and corrupt leaders can hear.

  38. KEJ is 100% correct. He will bring badluck to Nigeria the way things are going now. No 3 man has seen the hand writting of Nigeria brakes into what to be determined later. Jonathan is just buying time with statements, he has no solution to all these problems. Nigeria will be one the earlier he resigns from office.

  39. The prof is (100%) correct,your president is outrigtly confuse and has nothing more to offer for nigerian’s.the best solution for nigeria to move forword is the impeachment of that unsound so-call president.

  40. @Kelvin & @Ade & others of like mind, its obvious that people like you may lack adequate knowledge about Nigeria’s current situation, the government inaction regarding so much pressing issues. The professor has spoken with an open mind and i really appreciate when he mentioned that Nigerian deserve a better leader. Bad-luck MyBele Yonathan (GEJ) is a disgrace to Nigerians & African. The professor also supported every single statement with a very open evidence of the weak leadership that GEJ is made up of. We should stop playing sycophancy and face the reality or go back to school if you are not schooled!!!

  41. Absentee Ghananian Professor insulting a constitutionally elected Nigerian Presidents. Was he not one of the millions of Ghananians trooping to Nigeria in the 70s and 80s as prostitutes and cleaners before Ghana must go exercise? Yes President GEJ is not acting as ex dictators IBB, ABACHA, RAWLINGS did because he is a democratically elected sensible President not a murderer like the above trios. Let Presido GEJ complete 8yrs and you will see what he will make of Nigeria. We allow him 2-3 yrs to learn and preside slowly and next 5-6yrs to perfect and move Nigeria to high places. The problem of Nigeria is not Assets Declaration but Extremism – Religious ISLAM and CHRISTIANITY and AFRICANISM mixing together ie OIL and WATER and AIR never mix well at all. Get Religion out of Nigerian/world politics and BOKO HARAM, AL-QADA, POVERTY, BACKARDNESS will disappear. Let Presido GEJ continue his go-slow presidency till 2013 as a learning process.We prefer him to crooks like ATIKU, TINUBU, extremists BUHARI killer RAWLINGS etc,

  42. NIGERIANS BE WISE. . . . Nigerians! Lets be wise o. Dont 4get dat Gadaffi opposd USA many years ago and they got him killed. Gadafi knew USA wantd to control Libya oil. He sent them away from Libya when he was still a young ruler. (Libya has oil). Nigeria refused to accept Obama’s samesex-marriage laws, (but Ghana accepted). Nw USA is trying to use Ghana’s influence to kick Jonathan out so that they will influence the next president and have control of our oil. Nigerians be wise. When an outsider encourages you to be against ur own brother, he wants to kill you. NIGERIANS BE WISE.

  43. Yes Nigeria is nt stable! It may be as a result of bad governance whc GEJ may be atributable. As far as i am corncernd, Prof. AYITTEY IS A BIG FOUL INDEED himself. Wat efforts has he made to help solve Nig. Problem oda dan being rude and use of vulgar statement?

  44. better keep mute when all u’ve got to say is trash! oh my country, never seen a successor better than predecessor… just like a doom. bt GOD in u we TRUST 4 delight at d end of tunnel. be thou merciful toward us ALL!

  45. That was a rash statement from a cruel and unreasonable professor,i think presidential aspirants eyeing d position of gej has bribed him.

  46. what effrontery does dis professor have 2 talk 2 d ”president of d giant of Africa” called Nigeria,thats lack of respect,Ghana that we helped several times 2 survive during their economic hardship and most of them are still here enjoying our resources,professor,its very hard 2 tackle d issue of terrorism,find out from USA what they faced in d hands of OSAMA BIN LADEN,talk reasonably.

  47. This is not Ghana. Ghana is a tiny country of just 20m people. And should learn to respect Nigeria with 160m people. Presidency is not for scholars. I hope his degrees are genuine? The dirty professor has no right to dictate to a country much more advanced than those of his fore fathers. Infact this Frankenstein is a disgrace to the ivory tower. Maybe we should consider him for Presidency in 2015. But he should be governor in Ghana first. What an insult. Without Nigeria, Ghana would have been wiped off the surface of the earth by now. These people are loud-mouthed ingrates.

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  50. The Bible says if the foundation is faulty what can a righteous do.Is all these rottennes Jonathan’ s fault? Where’s the Almighty knowing all so call Baba who knows Niger problems more than God himself that imposes Yar ‘ adua the one that his senior brother refused to make a katsina gov’nor during his lifetime due to his ineptude and subsequently imposes this one on usagain .we are all sleeping then we now woke up to see our collective foolishness and stupidity for our inainaction to act at the appropriate time . Yeah the president may not the absolutely right in saying stealing niger oil is in our DNA but all you lots ask yourself a conscience question if for any reason you manage to find yourself in the position of authority like being the director of NOPE or other lucrative source of Nigerian revenue today what would you have done? Am vry sorry for what professor Soyinka called a waisted generation.


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