How sad can it get? How bad can it be? About 2 days to the end of his wasteful administration, this man called Olusegun Obasanjo decided to increase the price of petrol in Nigeria to 75 naira per litre.
Now, can any sane person do that? This man is absolutely foolish and stupid! After spending 8 years in power, and after increasing the price of petrol more than any other stupid person has done in Nigeria, this man found it worthwhile to increase the price just one more time at the eve of his infamous departure.
What does he stand to gain by doing this? Absolutely nothing! His programs and plans after 8 years ended in shambles. What can he gain in 2 days?! Isn’t this horrific? Now, this definitely set a tone for those who have failed to see the devil’s hand in the last charade called “election”. He helped Yar Adua to set the ball rolling! It is as simple as that. Some people need to make some quick money and it is only Baba that can make decisions without consultation. It is only Baba that is wise and no one dares question him.
So, he did it! He gave the last deadly dose of his evil administration. As far as I am concern, there is nothing positive about the government of Obasanjo, not even the so much talked about GSM. This is a technology that is expired. There was a golden opportunity to take us to higher grounds but this man left us in the deep valley.
The devil spoke to him one more time like he had always done in the last 8 years. Who is Obasanjo not to listen to the devil? Only one thing will teach other upcoming tyrants a lesson and that is, let charges of war crime be brought against Obasanjo and let him defend himself against the thousands of people that have died under his lethal stewardship. The ghosts of the Odi people will surely hunt him in Otta if no one takes up this charge against him.
Apart from the crime against Humanity, Obasanjo is one of the most corrupt leader ever seen on the African continent! I hope the books are been prepared already to land him in Jail.
One thing though, there is a momentary respite that this man is leaving. Millions of Nigerians home and abroad are celebrating the departure of another evil one. May 30 is going to be a new dawn in Nigeria. Whatever happens after then will depend on how Nigerians want their future to be shaped-good or bad.
There is time for everything and here is a golden chance for a non-violent positive change. Do I see Orange or Green Revolution?
Heaven help those who help themselves!