Jul 15, 2017

Fani-Kayode’s Aide Mocks Aisha Buhari Using Poem [READ]

In the trending flow of figurative descriptions of President Buhari, Nigeria and her many present circumstances, aide to the former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has joined the train of bigwigs in the Nigerian politics to posit Nigeria a country in the soon-to-come posterity.

Jude Ndukwe, Fani-Kayide’s aide is however throwing a shade at the president’s wife, Aisha Buhari using parody in his poem.
Aisha Buhari earlier this week replied Senator Shehu Sani, expressing the return of the Lion King to save the weak hyenas and jackals in the kingdom figuratively described by Shehu Sani before then.

As the Supreme Court, on Wednesday declared Ahmed Makarfi as the national chairman of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Jude Ndukwe tweeted a poem written by himself to throw a shade at the opposition party. It’s an illustration of Aisha Buhari’s parody of hyenas and jackals.

Read poem:

Go, tell them

That for every lion there’s a Samson

For every bear, there’s a David.

Let them know that

For every Pharaoh, there’s a Moses

For every famine, there’s a Joseph

Go into the Rock

Tell them

That for every broken wall of our nation

There’s a Nehemiah

For every wickedness, there’s an Esther

Let them know that for every Red Sea

There’s a rod

For every lion in the den

There’s a Daniel

Go, tell them. Let them know

That for every prophet of Baal

There’s an Elijah

And for every Judas there are eleven others

Go, tell them, let them know

That there are still many prophets of

The Living God who haven’t

And will never bow to Baal

Go, run quickly, tell the lion king

That Elisha is around

And that Joshua is ready

Fully apparelled for battle

To take the nation back to the people

The people of God

Go, tell the hyenas and the jackals

Those who called their citizens dogs and baboons

That about this time in 2019

‘A seah of the finest flour will sell for a shekel and two seahs of barley for a shekel at the gate of Nigeria.”

Tell them that faith will replace fear

And rejoicing will replace weeping

That justice and peace shall reign again in the land.

You, yes, you, just go, go and tell them

That come 2019, Nigeria will rise again

Because PDP is back, power returns to the people.