Afo Tuesday 12 January 2021:
The vice president of Nigeria is professor Yemi Osibanjo. He has an intimidating credentials to his kitty. He is a professor of law, a pastor of the Redeemed Church of God, bla bla bla.
But he is a far cry from what a real man should be. His lousy belief is that the role of the second-in-command is simply to play the second fiddle.
But let him borrow a leaf from his US counterpart, Mike Pence, who called in the national guards to quell Trump’s insurrection at the Capitol.
But if the Uncle Sam’s example is too alien to him, he can follow the foot steps of Uche Mefo who was the deputy leader of IPOB.
This activist was the second in command to Nnamdi Kanu for a time. But when he discovered that his principal is a crook, he quickly beat a retreat.
But our vice president is behaving like a robot. He kow tow to this tyrant that is ruling us, expecting to succeed him, not knowing that this is just a wishful thinking.
So Osibanjo should man up now or . . .
The Teacher of The Igbo Revolution