Idlemindset / Satiric

IDLEMINDSET | NIGERIAN TWITTER RESPONSIBLE FOR CLINTON LOSS

FRESH FACTS have emerged indicating that Hillary Clinton’s loss to Donald Trump in Tuesday’s elections may not be unconnected with the lack of support from a number of Nigerians on Twitter. Divisions in Nigerian political twitter since 2014 have now gone global. According to some arguments on Nigerian political twitter, the Obama government had frustrated efforts by … Continue reading

Essays / Satiric

HOW TO CRITICISE BUHARI AND GET AWAY WITH IT | by Ayo Sogunro

Times are hard in Nigeria. A lot of us are physically, mentally, emotionally, and financially frustrated. Sadly, the only person anyone can kick in the shin right now is President Muhammadu Buhari. But kicking President Buhari comes with great damage to one’s feet. President Buhari is a saint. You have to contend with fanatical Buharideens … Continue reading

Idlemindset / Satiric

Power Outages– Femi Adesina gets stern rebuke from Nigerian Association of Vandals

The National Association of Vandals (NAVAS) has warned presidential spokesperson, Mr Femi Adesina, against further attempts to blame them for power failures. In a press conference held yesterday, March 31, in Port Harcourt, Publicity Secretary of the Association, Comrade John Idemudia, noted that this was not the first time Mr Adesina was blaming vandals for the passivity … Continue reading

Miscellaneous / Satiric

2016 BUDGET: A QUICK TIMELINE OF PUBLIC STATEMENTS

The Budget of Hopefully “We are determined to ensure that our resources are managed prudently and utilized solely for the public good. To set the proper tone, one of our early decisions was the adoption of a zero based budgeting approach, which ensures that resources are aligned with Government’s priorities and allocated efficiently.” President Buhari, … Continue reading

Dramatic / Satiric

THE BUHARI METHOD: A CONCERNED CITIZEN INTERVIEWS THE PRESIDENTIAL SPOKESPERSON | by Ayo Sogunro

This week, a Concerned Citizen caught up with—erm, Mr. Fe Made—the imaginary Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the Nigerian President, for an imaginary interview. Here, Mr. Fe Made shares imaginary opinions on the Nigerian political scene and the challenges of publicising a very reticent president. Continue reading