These are definitely interesting times in Nigeria, with outlandish revelations about state larceny followed by even more outlandish revelations. No one knows who is going to be “outed” next. It is a grand parade of fallen idols of the tribe. You never know what will do it for you, whether it is unreceipted free lunch or a casual bulge under flowing agbada robes after a chance meeting which you never know was being faithfully videoed. In order to forestall any untoward eventuality, snooper sent Okon to the market to buy a strong and durable shredder.
The crazy boy had hardly departed when Baba Lekki took up position blabbing insensate nonsense while waiting for his juvenile accomplice.
“Ina dogo?” the crazy old man began with a savage sneer. “You mean say dem Buhari man go try all dem old people, Tanko Yakassai, Mr Fix am and dem Yoruba chief? Dem mortuary go get work ooo”.
“Listen, I am not a politician, I am a policy analyst”, snooper snapped in utter irritation.
“ Weeereeee!!!”, the crazy old man screamed as he jumped at snooper. “Policy ko, publicity ni. If you no be politician why you dey send for shredder? Wo, waa gbaa !” Before snooper could regain his composure, the ancient agitator began singing a cruel parody of an old classic