Monday, January 28, 2019

Just a wish: Patrick Mabushi

Patrick Mabushi


JUST A WISH.

I wish politics where more than manifesto, vote buying and a game of majority, so that all political aspirants, from federal to state levels will be grouped and send to  search
for the  abducted Nigerians.
The group to fetch the abductees from their abductors will automatically be sworn in as political leaders, no need of further politicking.

I wish politics where a relay race, so that aspirants and their running mate will each be given a track to run. The first team to reach the finish line are declared winners.

I wish politics where a sport of wrestling, so that aspirants will entertain their electorate and the winner is rewarded.
Like in royal Rambo for instance, all aspirants will in one ring contest at different intervals, so that the last man standing becomes the winner of a particular office.

I wish politics where a puzzle, then aspirants will be asked to puzzle out how possible it was for the snake that swallowed 65 million naira, and to puzzle out how lazy it will be for the youths to vote out a people of deceit in any administration.

I wish politics was a game of soccer, where dribbling is not a function of winning, but that winning is dependent on goals scoring, so that politicians will start scoring by getting job done, instead of dribbling their followers with just pen and papers.

I wish that politics where like the formation of a conceptus, where the sperm and the ovum are interdependent.
Hmmmmm, we need each other Die.

I wish that politics is  what it was meant to be from the beginning where leaders are saddled with the responsibility to exert an overwhelming guiding influence over her subject so as to better improve their wellness  in all facet of life and not to take advantage of her followers.

My one last wish is that,

ELECTION NO BE WAR, VOTE NOT FIGHT.

STOP ANTAGONISING AND START      ORGANISING

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