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The Nigerian politician

04 September 2013, 15:34 Fredrick Nwabufo

He is rotund,
His tummy is heavy,
Mounds of flesh in all regions,
He is well fed,
From the poverty of the plebs.

He has concupiscence,
Yes, that over the max desire to “poke” mercilessly,
His “poking” is original!
He does it,
As often as the meals he takes,
Four times a day!
He is very knowledgeable in the act,
Yes, in practical terms and not in theory.

He has a species,
A special species of damsels,
Hardly can one call them ripe,
But that is how he likes them,
13, 14, 15 and 16,
Those are the years of his species,
Young enough to hold is rabid ‘turgidity’,
And to cure his perversion.

How does he get them?
He gets them from the wretched families,
Who would obsequiously let their daughters go,
For some cursed token from him,
Others he gets using is connections;
The politicians are well connected in matters of booty procurement and delivery!

After exerting himself profusely,
On the object of his fleshly desires,
He then begins,
To think for the nation,
How to move it forward,
Forward into his bedroom where he has just had nasty one.

He guffaws,
One Nigeria!
To keep Nigeria one is my duty!
This he says not out of patriotism,
But out of narrow self preservation;
He fears what will become of him,
If there is a break up,
He does not want to lose the cheap pleasures,
He gets.

He likes the status quo,
The sham federalism,
It benefits him greatly,
He will do everything to keep the ship in one direction,
He still wants to be getting “some”,
The Nigerian politician is an epicurean.

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