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My Family, the Igbokwe family of Uruagu Nnewi, Anambra State is one of    the largest families in Igboland and Nigeria. It is made up of 19    families with each man having not less than three wives. My father had    four wives with 23 surviving children. The family has become so large we    now hardly recognize all Igbokwe kids. Few years back we had the need to    elect a new chairman to run the affairs of the big family and pilot it    to greatness. A decision was taken and somebody was picked. When the    news filtered into our families concerning the choice we made one    elderly woman screamed to high heaven: “Is that what you men can offer    us? Is there no one else you can find? Did you not ask questions?    Don’t we have men any longer?” and the mama concluded: “If that    this what you can find to lead the family at a time like this, then    Igbokwe is finished. You have picked a blind man to lead the family.    Disaster beckons!”

Few days ago PDP Governors gathered to elect the loquacious Governor,    and low thinker Fayose of Ekiti State as the new chairman of the PDP    Governors forum. At first I thought it was a joke but it came out to be    a reality. At once many questions hit my head: how can a blind man lead    a blind man? How can the crippled be the last man standing for PDP? How    can you use shoes for hammer? How can a car move forward when the gear    is on the reverse? How can a man who does not know that 4+4 is 8 be a    professor of mathematics? Can iron turn to gold? Can a goat give birth    to a lion? Can you give what you do not have? Can someone jump from    Ikoyi to Victoria Island across the Lagoon? Can a carpenter become a    pilot overnight? Can one hand cover the sun? Can a wood sharpen iron?    Can a car move without tyres or engine?

Now do you know what? I suddenly realized that there is no man in the    house of PDP to think properly again. There is no wise man left in the    house to encourage PDP to live. I shed hot tears that after 16years in    power with all its resources, with all the governors they paraded and    still parade today, and with all their connections and deed pocket,    Fayose is the only person they can pick to lead the PDP’s Governors    forum. I concluded that PDP has lost everything. PDP has entered the    bottomless pit and reached the point of no return. PDP dies!

How can a liar from the pit of hell heal PDP? Fayose lied against Buhari    and others. Fayose did not win the Governorship election in Ekiti State.    Fayose lies about everything. He speaks before he thinks. Fayose lacks    common sense, simple elementary knowledge of diplomacy and training in    social graces. Fayose was involved in the Dasuki Armsgate scandal.    Government business for Fayose is on the roadsides, markets, mechanic    workshops, food canteens, okada parks, so long as there are TV stations    and photographers to record the shows.

The truth is that I know that PDP will go down but what I did not know    is that it is going to be too soon. I know that PDP will be desolate,    decimated, and desecrated in Nigeria but I did not know that it is going    to be soon. I have known that the looters, the plunders, the scavengers    and the unconscionable thieves in PDP will go down but I did not know it    is going to be too soon. Ah, ah, the final undertaker, Fayose is here    and hope is lost for PDP.

Fayose is a roaring lion that kills no game. I am told that a State or    Country dies when you elect an incompetent person to occupy an important    position. George Bush tells me that the loudest person in the room is    not always the strongest. Now who removed PDP’s thinking cap? Who    stole their brains?  Who did this  to PDP? Who bewitched PDP?

Now who will rescue PDP? Nobody. Who will help PDP to stand? None. Can    PDP rise again? No, not when Fayose is the pilot. Case Rested!

Written by Joe Igbokwe

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