PEPT judgment is reflection of wishes of majority of Nigerians –Ngwu, South-East APC stalwart

Chief Hycienth Ngwu, former South-East Publicity Secretary of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), says that “Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT) judgment is a reflection of wishes of majority of Nigerians”.

Ngwu said this to journalists in Enugu on Thursday while reacting to the PEPT Judgment which reaffirms the victory of President Bola Tinubu as the winner of the Feb. 18, 2023, Presidential Election.


The wind that blew Dapo Abiodun’s rump


Festus Adedayo 

Prof Akinwumi Isola’s Efunsetan Aniwura (1981), his first play written in 1961-62 while he was a student at the University of Ibadan, is highly celebrated. It is a historical drama which reflects proceedings of the 19th century reign of the heroine, second Iyalode (Queen of women) of Ibadan, Efunsetan Aniwura. Aniwura – one with a surplusage of gold – a fiery, Egba-born but wealthy Ibadan slave owner and merchant, held the title from 1867 – 1874. The unwritten law among the coffle of slaves she kept was that no female slave must get pregnant. Thus, when Adetutu, one of her female slaves was audacious enough to get impregnated by a fellow slave called Itawuyi, upon hearing the news, Efunsetan’s immediate but fierce retort was, afefe ti fe, a ti ri’di adiye! Translated, it means, the wind has blown and the hidden rump of the fowl has been exposed.


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