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EDWIN CLARK: The Masturbation And Ejaculation Of An Elder Statesman

 

I am constrained to lend my voice on the recent masturbation and
ejaculation on Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan due to his alleged
weakness to fight corruption by a self-imposed elder statesman, Chief
Edwin Clark.

Few days ago, Chief Edwin Clark made headlines in
most National Newspapers, wherein in his usual posturing, threw hard
stones on former President Goodluck Jonathan. He accused the
ex-president of lacking the Will power (Political Will) to fight
corruption. Edwin Clark also announced his disengagement from politics
and from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
At over 85 years of
age, Edwin Clark should be respected, but unfortunately this man has
constantly made himself available to be insulted by “small boys” who are
young enough to be his grand children. It is said that an elder does
not stay in a house or place where a goat is entrapped. It is the duty
of an elderly man to advice, caution and rebuke his children when they
are doing the wrong things. An elder who supports corruption and corrupt
practices is not worthy to be respected. An elder who encouraged a
sitting president to go against his commitment with major stakeholders
in the country, and later turn around to blame the President, is not
worthy to be respected.

We were all in this country when all
these happened before our very eyes. Today, because political power has
changed hands, someone is now making an attempt to re-write history, and
thereafter warm his way into the heart and mind of the new man who is
currently in-charge in the country. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo
was the “Original” godfather to President Goodluck Jonathan. It was
Obasanjo who made Jonathan Governor of Bayelsa state. It was Obasanjo
who made Jonathan Vice President of Nigeria. It was Obasanjo who ensured
that Jonathan became President, when it was obvious that President
Umaru Yar’Adua was terminally ill. Other eminent Nigerians played major
roles as well.

Then suddenly from nowhere, perhaps due to ethnic
consideration, Chief Edwin Clark emerged and dislodged Obasanjo by
“cutting off his hands” (apologies to Joe Igbokwe) from the Presidential
seat occupied by Jonathan, and effectively took over as the new
godfather. Edwin Clark reportedly relocated to Abuja from Delta State.
He set up an “Office” and became the centre of attraction for
politicians, bootlickers, sycophants and Businessmen who allegedly came
to seek audience with President Jonathan. To book an appointment to see
President Jonathan was a multi-Billion Naira business. Regrettably,
Edwin Clark was reportedly “Chairman and Managing Director” of that
business empire. This is corruption of the highest order.

President Jonathan is a gentleman per excellence. He reportedly signed
an undertaking that he would not contest the 2015 Presidential election.
He even made a public declaration to that effect. But it was Chief
Edwin Clark who persuaded and encouraged Jonathan to go against that
commitment, and he went ahead to declare his intention to contest the
2015 Presidential election. The resultant effect was that Jonathan was
dumped by political gladiators who would have delivered him at the
polls. It was Edwin Clark who was insulting, assaulting and threatening
to deal with every “Okeke, Okafor, Okorie and Okonkwo” in this country
if Jonathan was not allowed to continue in Office. It was Jonathan’s god
father (Edwin Clark) who made it clear to every “Shehu, Mohammed,
Ibrahim and Adamu” that there was no corruption in the government of
President Jonathan. With his current vituperations against his godson,
Edwin Clark has exposed himself as a man not worthy to be called a
leader. Edwin Clark was there when “Drivers were building palatial
mansions”, yet he did nothing, he said nothing and could not even
caution his son, Jonathan. Perhaps because he too was benefiting from
the “Oil Well” flowing from Aso-Rock.

On the issue of corruption
proper; some notable Nigerians including Obasanjo had accused the
immediate past government of corrupt practices and lacking the Will to
fight the monster. But it was Chief Edwin Clark who openly declared that
Jonathan was his son and free from Corruption. Infact, Obasanjo and
Edwin Clark were constantly at each other’s throat, with their
nonsensical open letters which they used to pollute the sensitivities
and sensibilities of Nigerians.

I remember when I was the Senior
Special Assistant on Media and later, on Special Duties at the Imo State
House of Assembly. I uncovered large scale fraud running into billions
of naira, involving the then Speaker of Imo State House of Assembly (Rt.
Hon. Benjamin Uwajumogu), his Chief of Staff (Kodichi Anamekwe) and
others. Chief Edwin Clark was one of those I contacted and informed of
the large scale fraud. I followed it up with a petition to EFCC exposing
in details, the fraud. Again I sent hard copy of the petition to Edwin
Clark in April 2014. Unfortunately after going through the petition and
enclosed documents, the elder statesman “lacked the Will Power to follow
it up” even though I also sent hard copies to Force Headquarters and
other relevant places. The question is; what moral justification does
Edwin Clark have to condemn and attack former President Jonathan? Is it
because the “Oil Well” has stopped flowing to him? It is indeed very
unfortunate.

I am happy that Eminent Nigerians including
Ex-militants have all come out to condemn Edwin Clark betrayal of
Goodluck Jonathan. This old man parading himself as an elder statesman
must be told that this is the time the former President need him most.
But rather than taking up this responsibility of being with the
humiliated Jonathan, who has become the first incumbent President to
lose an election:: Edwin Clark chose to publicly stab Jonathan by
masturbating and ejaculating on his face. Yes, Edwin Clark is now
frustrated, so he “POURED” his frustration on Jonathan’s face. Too bad.

It is high time leaders and elder statesmen weigh their speeches before
going public. Elder statesmen should be sources of blessings to this
country. They should be sources of blessings to the new generation of
leaders in this country. They should be sources of inspiration to the
Nigerian Youth. But most unfortunately, some of these old men are daily
disappointing us with their unguarded talks and selfish attacks on their
benefactors. If Jonathan had been re-elected, believe me, Edwin Clark
would have been the first person to congratulate him by telling us how
wonderful, mercurial and great his son is. Now that reverse is the case,
Edwin Clark has shown that he is an ingrate, desperado, senseless and a
glorified bootlicker.

If the likes of this so called elder
statesman are not called to order, they would continue in their
“Ejaculatory Outbursts” of constantly making unguarded statements.
Nigeria has changed, so have its youths. We will no longer condone
rubbish from Edwin Clark and his likes. They should visit National Icons
like Professor Anezi Okoro, Professor Chukwuemeka Ike, Dr. Alex
Ekwueme, Alhaji Shehu Shagari, Alhaji Balarabe Musa, Dr. Samuel
Ogbemudia, Dr. Nnanna Ukegbu, and Pastor Gbile Akanni etc. and have good
tutorials on how to be responsible and respected elder statesmen.
A word is enough for the wise.

I rest my pen.

Citizen (Dr) Ikenna Samuelson Iwuoha FCAI
Former Senior Special Assistant on Media
Immediate Past Senior Special Assistant on Special Duties
Imo State House of Assembly
07032934037
15th October 2015
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