A WOMAN SCORNED............

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THE HAND WRITING ON THE WALL.......... President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan must go! Stella Damascus brought it. She was tantalizing. She was irritated. She was especially blunt and rightfully so. Nothing worse than a woman scorned. The extempore was inflammatory and unapologetic. If you have not seen the YouTube video you need to grab your copy now! It is a performance that is Oscar worthy, only this time Stella, wasn't playing. She had harsh words for the President and his bungling wife. Senator Ahmed Yerima and Nigerian politicians, many of them she called "shameless randy old men." But something interesting happened on the way to ANGERVILLE. The Senate did not succeed in removing the controversial constitutional clause. For a constitutional amendment to pass, you need a minimum of 72 votes ( one third). And the Senate voted 60 ayes to 35 nos to keep the section 29 4 (b) of the Nigerian constitution intact. So ladies and gentlemen "put your bright swords back in their sheaths or the dew will rust them." Percolating through the minds of Nigerians is the important question : where is the Government for a counterargument? Why did the Presidency not speak up against the Pedophile Yerima? Does GEJ ever speak to anybody not named Christine Amanpour? The Presidency's silence on this and other major issues gives an aura of fallibility. His antipathy to issues that matter to Nigerians is of great concern. A Presidency that began with stupefying euphoria has been reduced to a melancholic haze. His aura has turned into shit odor. The Government, should have used this golden opportunity to connect with the Nigerian people. Explain to them that the amendment did not pass! Contrary to wild spread rumor. Where is Reuben Abati and loud mouth Doyin Okupe, when you need them? But this is a Government, always inclined to sacrifice common sense on the altar of absurdity. This Yerima madness amplifies the disconnect between the Executive,Legislative and We The People. This has led to erratic fluctuations in commonsense. The President is obviously rattled by the spotlight. Our problems in Nigeria are myriad. Rotimi Ameachi and SEX are the least of them. Our security is so bad, that we are being compared to Iraq and Afghanistan (failed Nations) . Corruption? Please, I think we have better things to do than start on that. Nigeria, is second in the World on the list of gas flaring nations. The atmospheric level of carbon dioxide in our country is catastrophic. Meaning : untimely deaths for millions of Nigerians. Do we add AIDS? Death trap roads? Our problems are extraordinary. To tackle them we do not need an ordinary President. GEJ is incredibly naive. He has failed our expectations. We voted for him based on certain premises. Based on assurances. But what we have seen is an assortment of absurdities. A theater of catastrophe. President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan must go!! Thank God...for Stella Damascus. JAIYEOLA STREET approves your message. Her must see video is the ultimate testament that Nigerians have found their voice and are exuberantly speaking up. They are speaking up against the tetchy,manipulative, mendacious and money-grubbing Politicians. A Yoruba adage goes thus: it may take an eternity, but the stutterer will finally pronounce the word 'ba...ba'. The social media is our eureka moment. Prompting us to ask provocative questions like: who killed Dele Giwa? Who killed Pa Alfred Rewane? Who killed Bola Ige? Who killed Jide Dina? Who killed June 12? The furnace of our anger lights up Timelines daily. They called us thugs. The labelled us punks, jobless ragamuffin, who have nothing better to do with their lives. Guess who the opposition to PDP is now? The Social Media! Come 2015,Facebook, Twitter,Instagram backed by millions of Nigerians will unseat the Government of Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. Can't wait!!! This one for Oluwabamiwo Ajasa, Sighetu Edu'bane Edeke, Dele Ajaja. Ola Olukanni, Niyi Cole, Aolat Oluwatomi Sule, Oluwashola Kadiri Akeem, Theo Lawson, DEEDOC Ola, Wene Baba, Evbo-abel Ogbigbe, Bello Isiaka, Odolaye Aremu, Omoakin Olumi Oyelana, Joel Udoka and others too numerous to mention. Log in friends for ineptitude to log out. Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.- Martin Luther King. Jr. 1944Like · · Promote · Share

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