Friday, 28 November 2008

Long Time No Write

I’m just going to pretend as if everything is normal. As if I posted yesterday. Anyway, for Bumight, Vera, Isha, my sweetheart and my other fans this is just to tell you that I’m fine. The credit crunch has not led me to commit suicide (or maybe I have and I just hired a ghost writer to continue writing my blog). That’s the problem with blogging anon you don’t know who is who. I understand that Afrobabe has vanished into thin air just like that. Na wah O! Or maybe she’s just opened another blog. We kuku don’t know who she really is. Thank God for the Internet.

A lot has happened since the last time I was here O! I’m sure you must have figured out the two bloggers I was referring to in my last post who wouldn’t be blogging for a long time if at all you’ll ever hear from them again. Seriously, I need to write a post one of these days acknowledging the good work consistent bloggers are doing on blogville. I won’t mention names now but there are some consistent bloggers and they deserve my commendation. Yes, Vera, you’re one of them.

Like I was saying a lot has happened since the last time I was here. Have you heard that Barack Obama won the last US Presidential elections? Lol. Yes O, our boy Barack won.

I wanted to put up a post just before the elections explaining to people why Obama and not John McCain deserved to win the election. No, it’s not because it’s the turn of a black person to rule. If that’s the case then the US should be ruled by Native American Indians.

Obama was preaching a message of hope and unity while John McCain was instigating division and relying on scare mongering to gather votes. For me that was the deal breaker for the Democrats.

There are other reasons why the Democrats won but I won’t go into that just yet. When would this post end if I started going on about Sarah Palin?

I understand that Baba, Aremu of Sango-Otta wrote a very beautiful piece on Obama’s victory. In his article, he accused his former friend, Dubya, of spending eight years in office engaging in a senseless war and driving the economy into ruins. Na wah O! How time flies. Was it not the same Aremu who almost set up an annexe of Aso Rock in Washington DC considering the amount of times he travelled to the USA to see Bush?

You should have seen the way Gordon Brown and that mumu fine boy, David Cameron, were using Obama’s victory to score cheap points off each other. The truth is that deep inside them, those Oyinbos are afraid that what has happened in the USA may repeat itself in the United Kingdom. They are all afraid of the day a black man would become Prime Minister of Britain.

Forget about Britain for now. I would like to ask the question I asked in an earlier post again and the question is, ‘where is Nigeria’s Obama?’

21 comments:

bumight said...

YOU! you cant just come and waltz in here and start talking about Obama like you didn't disappear. Infact...

Shubby Doo said...

welcome back...

Femi B said...

welcome back ...as for naija's Obama...I'm right here...lol

aloted said...

welcome back.

Femi B has spoken!

NigerianDramaQueen said...

YOU EH! I agree with Bumight. So you just want to vanish, re-appear and then go on writing about Obama just like that?! You are not serious.

And why were u harrassing me on Bumights blog eh? The babe asked a question and I was only answering, so harrass her!You have come with your wahala eh?! LOL...You've been missed jare...but apparently the last time you checked was a minute ago: i'm no longer a 20 year old student in Paris. I'm a 21 year old student in America now:-)

Oh and thanks for the birthday wishes! Your right, i'll set a new deadline for my millionaire dream. Lets say 25? Gosh I gotta get on it now...

Standtall said...

long time indeed

Nigeria sure has it's Obama. In fact, a lot of Obamas. u r one and I am one. SSD is one, Vera is one, Afronut is one, Jaycees, Bumight, Aloted, Abbie, Rethots, Chari, Buttercup, NDQ and so on but are we ready to do what it takes to challenges the status quo ?

Are we ready to do all it takes to push away our bad leaders and take control. Are we all together?

musco said...

welcome back jare!

libvixen said...

great blog i really luv it

goodnaijagirl said...

Welcome back. Don't think your absence will be forgiven, mister!

NaijaBabe said...

Nigeria's Obama is still far away

SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

welcome back

wellsbaba said...

broda mi,sup now?uv bin gone4 too long o...im back on blogville o

Afrobabe said...

lmao@ ur comment...Afrobabe is back oh...open another blog? Babes I barely have the energy to keep up with this one and still read all the people I read....

SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

happy new year!

bumight said...

oya come back nau!

Jarrai said...

Happy new year xx

Knock knock...anyone there?

If u can hear this pls update :)

ShonaVixen said...

Happy New Year!!!You coming back anytime soon in 2009??

Afrobabe said...

Happy new year...

Geebee said...

Happy new year. I guess you've heard that already like 1 million times. What else has been keeping you off and on? Low battery? I don't think so but I bet it'd feel good to have you around again.

isha said...

ABC!!! Happy New Year o. Where are you now?

doll said...

hmm...welcome back