March 5th, 2011
I am one of those who appreciate Omo Eko but
some actions and utterances now make me wonder if Omo Eko
has not been been sucked into the Jeun Soke Clan? Has Omo
Eko sold us out to the clan in order to secure a second
Lagos appreciates what Omo Eko has achieved and would love
to give him a second chance but are we sure he has not been
bitten by the bug?
The problem with our major political parties in Nigeria
today is the fact that a Ghadaffi will often rise up through
the ranks and begin to claim the power of life and death.
The Ghadaffis will begin to assert to themselves the right
to determine how you should be ruled. They will make
statements that make you wonder if you obtained a University
degree only to be messed around by nonentities.
Funny enough if you do not humor them they will take you as
their enemy. I begin to wonder how long we shall continue to
humor these people. What hope do we have when our man seems
to have succumbed to the powers of the Jeun Soke Clan. To
them the performance of our brother Omo Eko was not enough
for him to be given a second term unless he bows to the
wishes of a great Ghadaffi in Lagos.
So many politicians were told to forget their ambition
because a great Ghadaffi in Lagos said so. Whenever there is
reference to the success in Lagos we erroneously associate
it with a party that has for years been feeding fat on the
wealth of Lagosians. They do not refer to the determination
of Omo Eko to leave an enviable mark; Eko o ni baje.
Lagosians now know that they have been funding the ambition
of the great Ghadaffi.
Tell me what development did the common man see in Lagos
when the great Ghadaffi held sway except Jeun Soke; that is
the act of throwing money on the streets for hunger-
stricken people to fight for. Honestly it was an era when
you regretted being poor.
When the people of Egypt revolted to remove their Ghadaffi
many Nigeria politicians predicted that such could happen in
Nigeria. I am surprised they are yet to realize that they
are the ones who should start parking their baggage.
The snail boasts of its’ protective shell, forgetting the
shell could one day be broken. How soon? We can not tell.
Some of us who believe in Omo Eko are now worried that he
may have sold us out. Most of those who would have been his
support have been told to forget their ambition for those
who would be willing to obey the great Ghadaffi. Who says an
impeachment game is not in the offing? We are living
witnesses of the court actions that removed some honest
officers who refused to Jeun Soke.
I am happy that the Ghadaffis of this world are now
realizing they can no longer suppress the people’s will. One
day, they will vomit all they have swallowed. Are you a
Script by Femi Robinson.