Miffed with the article written by the special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina against his principal, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the last presidential election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Mr Segun Showunmi, spokesman to the later, has replied Adesina, asking if he (Adesina) and Buhari can stand before the throne of judgment to answer authoritatively if the seat upon which Buhari is sitting, genuinely belongs to him.
Adesina had in his article published by Vanguard, made a satirical statement against Atiku. He opined that Atiku’s followers gave him (Atiku) false hope during the election, after the election and when their case was at both Tribunal and Supreme Court.
His words, “Who were those that paltered with Atiku in a double sense? Who were the people that lured him into a losing battle? Who were those who told him he was on a giant horse, not knowing that he was riding on a cockroach?”
. Irked with the statement, the outspoken Showunmi averred:
Shakespearean Femi Adesina A fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool. (William Shakespeare, As you like it)
In this season when the Villa has become dangerous to the men of your tribe, with the man known as VP now minimized, you have in an unprofessional and despicable manner tried to do a revisionist explanation full of sycophancy on your warped reading of things around the 2019 election.
Why would any sane person even consider there is anything to gloat about in one of the most disgraceful, and embarrassing sham of an election, also adjudged to be the worst in our history by those not drunk on filthy crumbs from the table of Buhari. Mister Adesina, will you keep quiet and let serious-minded historians speak some sense into you and by extension the nation.