Monday, November 28, 2011

Quote of the Day: Patrick Obahiagbon on EFCC Boss` Sack

The vaudeville of ratiocinations as to why Farida Waziri was committed to Presidential harakiri is not of the moment to me hoc loco.
It suffices for me to reiterate for the upteenth time that for any serious pugilism towards cleansing the Augean stables and cesspool of corruption to succeed in Nigeria, our major anti-corruption armada-the EFCC- must per force be extricated from executive suzerainty which renders it susceptible to odoriferous and harum scarum paternalistic intervention.
Save and until this is done in the mode of appointment of the anti-corruption czar, a guaranteed tenure and an unmanacled modus operandi, i dare posit that the fight itself suffers from an institutional thalidomide, abovo. Res Ipsa Loquitur.

13 comments:

  1. This man needs deliverance, no pun intended

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  2. So this is for us to understand, Mr grammatical errors. Mr Patrick is only addressing himself

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  3. I tell you, how can he make a statement for Nigerians, and we don’t understand. lol

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  4. He needs to publish his own dictionary. As simple as abc

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  5. This is not a post jor, ladun pls stop giving us things that will turn our brains upside down, lol. HE NEEDS HELP

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  6. That you don’t understand this man does not make him need help please, lol

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  7. I read him all the time to test myself. This one isn't that bad. The funny thing is that my Dad said he does it to intimidate people. Hon. Pat said the NASS was full of illiterates so he was going to go there to show people he's educated. LOL. In real life, he speaks normally.

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  8. Ginika, do you see where his pants reach in this picture? How can anyone be intimidated by that? All this bekee is not necessary biko

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  9. Me again; ha! ha!! I called him an educated illiterate and my Dad said "stop it, don't say that!" I said no one speaks like that and my Dad now gave me the story. The trouser thing i think is all part of his personae too. He thinks he's very English. Duh!!! He should try speaking to the Queen or Prince Charles, then he'll know what English is all about. I think people are over him but as long as he makes the news i guess he's happy (especially now that he's no more in the NASS.)

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  10. b4 i use to think dis man was talking blunders but ALAS! i sat down to cross check the meanings and interpretations of his grammer men ....... the man know what hes saying ... hes many atimes 98% right in his sayings

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  11. Let me say to all Nigerian, the man you are talking about is well read, so if you want to understand him you have to read like him,.

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  12. This man is an omnivorous reader.

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