When a man gets older and crosses age 70, his sense organs
begin to wane and malfunction. The brain articulates slower.
It is normal to hear old men complain of ear, eye and joint
problems. Human body is like a car. It gets older by each day. It
also needs frequent medical checks.
A young wife of an old man seldom gets a full ration of s-x. She
gets excuses while the husband bores her with stories of his great
days as a young man. It’s like a history class.
The old man only has early morning half or feeble erection or no
erection at all. He keeps promising and promising with little or no
results the nightmare of his expectant wife. It’s frustrating if the
wife is a faithful one. Like Nigerians who are forced to live, work in
and consume Nigeria
The best of a man is when he can do what real men can do. That
is, when he can transmute part of his s-xual energy to create new
things or to transform his environment. When he can dream
dreams and live his dreams.
Once a man is past his prime, no promises could be kept.
Privately, he rues the loss of his youthfulness.
By 2019, Buhari shall be 76+. If he were a judge or a professor, he
would have retired. If he were any other civil servant, he would
have also retired 16 years before.
But the job of the president is more tasking than that of a judge,
professor or any other civil servants. He works 7 days a week and
every hour.
Is it not an irony that people retire due to declining performance or
old age only to take up a more tasking job and expect to excel?
In the absence of strong institutions, the President of Nigeria is
saddled with onerous responsibilities enough to bend the back of a
a willing septuagenarian. That’s why everything in the country is
going slow to the frustration of those who believe that we could
have progressed faster.
How many files can President Buhari read and treat at his current
age? How long can he sit in meetings? What quantum decibels of
voices can his ears take? How far can an old man run without
breaking down? What happens to productivity while the vehicle is
being fixed, in a country where everyone waits to be directed by
the president before acting.
Many developmental economists and genuine business people who
have serious investments in Nigeria don’t want this nightmare to
continue. They got Bill Gates to help them speak truth to power.
The disillusioned business people can’t complain aloud lest their
previous sins like unpaid taxes are remembered. They speak
through reductions in their workforce.
We all know that as a man gets older, he makes no hasty decisions
and would surprised if anybody pushes for urgency. Didn’t we wait
for about 7 months for ministers to be nominated in 2015?
“Most people dancing over the president’s re-election
announcement are happy because they would retain their
privileged positions not minding whether the president can still
carry the weight or not. Unlike Simon of Cyrene, they are willing to
help carry the presidential cross for their own benefits”.
Also dancing are those other Nigerians who believe that Maradona
or Pèle can still reenact the heroics they were known for. They
wanted to watch the president perform his action film IBB aborted
in 1985 forgetting that there can’t be “with immediate effect”
again. He also doesn’t have the “Idiagbon factor” anymore.
The hailers want all looters dealt with but they have a misplaced
hope. It will take legal reforms and investment in human resources
and technology to make criminal justice more effective and faster.
You cannot travel from Lagos to Abuja by a bus and expect to
arrive in an hour. Governance outcomes are products of deliberate
actions or inactions.
However, few of the initial hailers are smart enough to have
realized that they misplaced their hope. They want the “change”
Strikingly, many hailers have aged parents at home; the former
powerful parents they no longer allow to take decisions for them.
But, they want Papa Yusuf to be deciding for them and their
numerous millennial kids in Nigeria.
*”If Buhari wins in 2019, our grandfather president would continue
to be a meal ticket to those around him who would be exercising
the presidential powers by proxy just like drivers, cooks, maids and
other domestic staff control the old men they are meant to
serve”. All the old men are not known for disciplining young children and
domestic servants living with them. They indulge them. We have
seen it happen in this presidency.
Nigeria as a country is like a nymphomanic
Imagine a 77 years old man appealing to an energy sapping
nymphomaniac Nigeria saying: choose me, I will make you
moan, I will make you want me some more, I will satisfy you
beyond your imagination!. It is the same Nigeria, the old man has been sleeping with for the
past three years without making her wet as his feeble phallus has
refused to rise to a hopeful strength.
It is sheer madness to expect a pregnant sheep to give birth to a
baby elephant. That’s the illusion of the backers of this re-election
Let someone name a 77 years old man who is efficiently running
any cooperation or a multinational in Nigeria 7 days a week.
It is wicked to abuse an old man just as it is very atrocious for any
child to allow his or her father to be abused by those who derive
their relevance or existence from the such abuse.


  1. Hmm

  2. Honestly

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