THE GOVERNORSHIP RACE
Part one of the much awaited election in Nigeria is finaly here. The Feds on Wednesday declared Thursday and Friday a public holiday, literarily at the very last minute. Many people including myself were rather ticked by this because we didn't get the opportunity to rush to the banks to load up for the long and ominously questionalble weekend. Yes, people are scared about what's going to go down. It has already started as some people were talking about an incident in the Ikorodu road area. Anyways Saturday is D-day number one. You guys can be a part of the fun by just logging on to www.jumptv.com to watch the coverage on Silverbird TV. It'll start at 8am Nigerian time with Me and Jacob Akinyemi Johnson (J.A.J). I am not looking forward to it because I am totally clueless about Nigerian POLITRICKS and don't want to be a part of it because you can say something now and the next thing you know is the S.S.S looking for your head to chop off. So for anyone who will be watching, if I sound a bit to bubbly please don't be upset because my strategy is to do the 'RAH!RAH! DO YOUR CIVIC DUTY AND GO VOTE' thing and go look for some election misbehaviour afterwards.
Well while we are on the topic. The race in Lagos state is one to watch. The candidates Babatunde Fashola, Musiliu Obanikoro, Femi Pedro, Jimi Agbaje and Uche Ibukun-Ohimai are creating...shall we say PURE WATER CONVERSATIONS since we don't have WATER COOLERS here. If you are following the race, who would you like to be the winnner for Lagos state. Is there any other state that you are watching. I was interested in Imo State because my old school mate's dad was running but with a recent court ruling ol'boy is out of the race. Let me know what you think and don't forget the questions I asked from your in the post below. I am at Cool Cafe looking for 'B-S-ING' points to use on Saturday. ARRRGGGGHHHH!!!! I am so not looking forward to waking up at freaking 5am and I tried to get out of it but no luck. Pray for me that time should fly. Lol.