The typical Nigerian Politician never frowns or looks away at any and every opportunity at getting one award, two degrees, several chieftaincy titles and multiple commendations, he includes in his CV several countries he has visited even if some of those nations are those he passed on transit, and he cares less. He adds his boys scout achievements and church and mosque donations as leadership credentials. Allah save us! I love Nigeria, wish I had a choice, but happily I do not, my nation gives me so many reasons not to, I am sure it is the only nation where all I have to do to have the prefix Dr. added to my name is to smile towards the pockets of the ÔÇśright' people, embark on one project and gbam, the next convocation I will certainly be assured one of the many papers with ribbon called degrees. And the next day I would award a contract to the government printer to reflect the new status.
Not that I lost sight of these mad development of degrees for sale and buy, but the recent madness of Abdullahi Adamu of Nassarawa and the probing of one of my readers made me decide to take another swipe on our psychiatric patients called leaders.As of the last court there were ninety-four pages of ad in four major newspapers congratulating the
In Nassarawa, it is easy for the Governor to continue to beat his chest about setting up a University, to me the truth is that if you provide education that is unaffordable and you have education without health, roads, infrastructural development, then it is just showmanship because nothing will cahnge.On a good note the