“Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state has declared Monday, August 21 as public holiday to celebrate the return of President Muhammadu Buhari to Nigeria after 105 days in UK. The government said the day should be used by the people of the state as a day of thanksgiving and to pray for the president.”

Africastallestman is in 101% agreement with the Governor. Kogi State should declare an indefinite public holiday for President Muhammadu Buhari. He is not fully healed as he was driven from the United Kingdom by protesters. The Kogi State Government should retain Alfas, prayer warriors, babalawos, Okija priests, and maharajahs for continued fasting, praying, and seances to prevent a reoccurrence of the undisclosed illness. Atheists are warned not to pray for the President, as their prayers may worsen his undisclosed illness.

There are rumors that the President may leave for another country where there are no Nigerian protesters. The money saved by forestalling the third exit of President Muhammadu Buhari will pale compared to the money lost by rural Kogi State. When a state elects a governor without plans, the governor infuses his planlessness into the entire citizenry. With a well-established system of electoral rigging, anyone can be governor in Nigeria.

Africastallestman wonders about the effects of the financial compensation of these religious charlatans on Kogi State’s finances.

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