If not for the rottenness of the country

Former Minister of Education, Obiageli Ezekwesili, has said that if it were not for the “rot of the Nigerian Judiciary”, the President of the Senate, Godswill Akpabio, would not have been a senator, let alone the President of the country’s Senate.

Ezekwesili stated this in a post shared on his X on Wednesday, November 22, while reacting to the clash between some members of the minority group in the Senate with Akpabio on Tuesday, November 21.

In her words;

”Our sharply declining Nigerian democracy was apparently further attacked by @Senator_Akpabio, who should never have responded to the title of senator let alone “President of the Senate” if not for the rot in the country’s judiciary


who obviously threw caution to the wind and allowed himself to be corrupted and captured by decadent politicians.

Mr Akpabio is regrettably caught in the web of arrogance.

We should remind him and his group of Democracy Destroyers of the wise and legendary words of Marianne Williamson:

“Empires always have the arrogance to think they are indestructible, when in fact they are always unsustainable.”

However, there was hope to see the voices of the Opposition Party finally doing what Democracy demands of them. Congratulations to

@SenatorNwoye, @ireti_kingibe and other Labor Party senators.

Raise your collective voice on all matters affecting the citizens who elected you as legislators


It’s what we expected from you in those notorious luxury SUVs you’ve collected or are waiting to collect.

You people with the People’s Mandate can still lead the way out of the trap of this “monopoly democracy” of political class trickery that is now exemplified by Mr. Akpabio and his ilk.”

Source: www.lindaikejisblog.com

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