Birthday Reflections!

Posted on July 11, 2024

One day, our Universities will begin to add the names of people on the graduating students list based on “court order”. You don’t need to write exams or even pass any exams. Just show proof of admission and graduate by “court order”.


How on Earth should INEC ever accept that an Impostor, whose purported National Convention they never monitored as a regulatory body, would all of a sudden become a National Chairman and then go ahead to upload such a person’s name on their portal on the basis of a thoughtless “Court Order?”


This is exactly why I think soon, Schools will begin to add the names of students on the graduating list by “court order” whether or not they have been certified in character and learning.


It is my birthday, and one lesson for me as I age along the political queue is that DELIBERATE IGNORANCE is an institutional strategy in our Criminal Justice System. Sadly, those waiting to exploit this are much more than those standing firmly against it. My advice, just know the two — how to use it and how not to use it.


— Isiedo 👑

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