Set a thief to help a thief!

Adeola Aderounmu.

Stealing Drama is unfolding in Nigeria.

The majority of the masses in Nigeria are still suffering. Power supply has not improved, water is not yet flowing in our homes, the roads have not been repaired, the children are still angry at the failures of their parents and the general conditions of living is still very pathetic.

The first female speaker in Nigeria has turned out to be a very big disappointment to the hard working mothers in Nigeria. One way or the other, she and her sponsors have turned to the usual dirty politics and old tricks in Nigeria.

It looks like in this illegitimate government, everybody is a thief afterall. Still, there is no Nigerian politician with a sense of decency. It would have been nice to see only one man or woman demonstrating and insisting that Madam Patricia should resign or be sacked. No voice has been heard in public! Not one!

Instead, indications are emerging that will justify how 628 million naira can be used to refurbish or rebuild a house. This is Nigeria, our beloved country!

Where is shame in our dictionary? Where is decency in public offices? Who cares?

“Let the people suffer first while I put my house in order. I am the Speaker and I want the best house and the best cars. Did anyone vote for me? Was it not Baba that approved my position? I will fight this allegation to the last. I will lobby and negotiate my way out. The people before me got away with their mess, why shouldn’t I? ” When I have finished decorating my house and building 36 houses across the country, then I will start attending to legislative matters! Right now, I am busy and on course…”

These people are just crazy. When they die, I want all their houses and cars to be buried with them. If they cannot take their houses and cars with them, they are eternally stupid.

Nigerians are soft to the core, would it be worng if 1 million out of 140 million demonstrate against this vice.

Please Madam, go back to your village or to your old business, stop stealing our money. Go away. If you can steal 628 million in 100 days, how much will you steal in 1000 days? You are destroying the lives of the unborn generation!

Illegitimate government, pack your loads and go! Thieves! 

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3 thoughts on “Set a thief to help a thief!

  1. Like many Nigerians I was outraged when the scandal was brought to light. Especially at the fact that she is a woman. But as further unfolded it became clear she didn’t do it on her own – she had loads of help from the people she surrounds herself with. She must have known what was in store when she put her hands in it for that I don’t feel sorry for her!

  2. Please, let madam speaker enjoy her tenure, i wonder why you are so bothered about the manifestation of ingenuity by a woman to challenge the thiefing skill of men. What a man can do, a woman can do even better, or you don’t agree with me. On a more serious note, can you imagine that a leader in this country, where people die because they cannot afford to pay N10,000 hospital bill, is using over N600M to renovate a house that was renovated less than 24 months ago, the person who lived in the house must have been a vandal, maybe he had Adedibu’s thugs living in the house with him. Deola, this is just a terrible situation. Am scare, am not our children’s children will meet anything in the treasury when they finally show up.

  3. We are in the era of the winner takes it all, Ette’s case is a child’s play if we really want to look into the operational strategies of the state governors in this fraudulent dispensation, this may not be the best medium to express all, but the fraud that will be discovered at the end of this dispensation will never be rivaled in the history of Nigeria, check out AKS and the rest, is it not time we reach ourselves, deliberate on this issues and form a front to fight this rubbish, Gani and the likes of him are tired, this is our time, and we must salvage this country from this hawks. I am available for people with like minds.

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