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Saturday, December 31, 2011

No More Mr. Nice Guy

Hi Y'all,

Good to know you made it through all the hullabaloo of 2011 including but not limited to BH, The Jonathan Family comedy show, fuel subsidy, April elections and all it's attendant crises, killer phone calls, ISP downtimes, bleak Xmases, retrograde governmental policies like Lekki tolls, Lagos Ibadan PPP ish, Benin-Ore  Express Road to Heaven/Hell(if you believe the Holy Book), Sovereign Wealth Fund( Nigeria's own trust fund but for who, You and I or for them), winch for Jesus, Super Eagles's not playing Nations Cup, ABSU rape, LASU rape etc.

But 2011 was not so bad personally and collectively. For instance, we all now know we( I did not vote but i did not voice out my reservations loud enough, maybe the youths will not have fallen for the " I am voting Jona not PDP scam) voted in a LAMEDUCK to be our thief chief security officer. We also now know that if a Man of God says you will die, then you go die unless you go and beg him asap. For me personally, 2011 was a watershed. It was the year i finally said good riddance to the salary trap and crap. While it was particularly difficult financially, i go into 2012 knowing fully that my future is in my hands, literally! I also had time to work on myself thereby becoming a better person for my significant other(being single is a gift, not a curse, use your single-hood well) as well as for myself.

With all the drama and whatyoumaycallit that 2011 brought, we saw it through..... I met so many interesting people during the course of the year whether in reality or cyberlity and i am indeed hopeful that N I G E R I A S H A L L B E G R E A T again whether the comedians above or the FEE DEE FEE likes it or not. BH or No BH, there shall not be a Nigerian spring as being postulated in certain quarters as the religious fault line BH is trying to explode shall not come to pass for the simple reasons given by the late sage, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti in the late 70s. If you don't know, better ask somebody"hint" Nobody wants to die

Watch this hilarious clip from Sahara Reporters while i settle down to what promises to be a Saturday morning staple in years to come, fresh ijebu garri soaked in ice cold water with milk and akara or moin-moin. See you all in 2012.

P.s. The title of this post is just to reflect on my 2012 state of mind regarding this blog. If you like nice guys, sorry, you are on a long thing.
P.P.S. watch the video especially at 2:00 -3: 00, absolutely hilarious. had me in stitches.  


  1. LMAO @ The Jonathan Family Comedy Show. Now that was a classic line for me. It would make for a very nice home movie or comedy show (for anyone with enough liver to do it). :-D. All the best in whatever you chose to do. Have a fabulous year ahead of you.

  2. Congrats on taking your future in your hands!! I have faith that your planned staple diet will not last that long. I miss akara shaa.

    Meanwhile that video is annoyingly hilarious. Those who support the removal of the oil subsidy, may God remove the subsidy in their life..Amen!
    I noticed on Youtube that the Oyedepo fans are out in full force in the comment section..lol. How I wish they would use all that energy to engage BH!

  3. @Che, Happy New Year to you too, dear..

    @Ginger, i have gone a year without earning a salary so i have removed subsidy in my life since 3rd of January 2011.... Meanwhile, that staple has been around in my life for long o.. I am only substituting pap with garrium sulphate....Lol. Happy New Year..


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