Who will blame Goodluck Jonathan for the sentiments he is expressing when he says “Those seeking the disintegration of Nigeria are “lazy politicians seeking to be kings in tiny islands,” Perhaps Jonathan is confusing ‘disintegration’ with ‘restructuring’ and or ‘renegotiation”.
If you are sitting atop a cash pot of over 3-million barrels of crude oil per day and can spend the proceeds thereof without accounting to anybody but your henchmen for it;
If you get elected into the office of President by default;
if when your wife/kids/cronies fall ill, she/they will be flown to any hospital of your choice abroad for treatment at whatsoever costs all without a dime coming out of your pocket;
If your only qualifications to being president are your first name (goodluck) and your wife’s first name (patience) and you do not have to bother about such ‘frivolities’ as track-record, performance, intelligence or any other virtue for that matter;
If you have a convoy of several bullet-proof Mercedes Benz limousines (paid for by public funds) at your beck and call when the rest of the population have to dodge bullets and terrorist bombs as part of their daily routine;
If you once had no shoes and you now have a million and one shoes and are unable to account to even yourself how the ‘miracle’ came about.
Oh yes, Goodluck Jonathan, Yakubu Gowon, Ibrahim Babangida and others who have been opportune to fleece the cash cow known as Nigeria can jolly well castigate those of us who want a renegotiation and restructuring of the contraption called Nigeria but one thing they as sure as hell cannot do is to stop the tide.
Nigeria will be restructured and renegotiated! Those who dare to stand in the way will only find themselves restructured and renegotiated in the process!
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