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Aug 26, 2018

"The blast of the trumpet of election has become resonant. Would you choose a crocodile to replace a shark or a shark to replace a crocodile?" – Charles Feghabo

This concise but educative article is connotative in meaning. It is a piece of advice to every Nigerian who is qualified to vote in the forthcoming election. He who has ears, let him hear. Read the article after the photo.
"The blast of the trumpet of election has become resonant. Would you choose a crocodile to replace a shark or a shark to replace a crocodile?" – Charles Feghabo

Blinded by the beautiful looks of shark, especially when his mouth is closed, the kingdom of fishes elected him to be their king. Before the election, a simple fish that had never escaped the teeth of shark had warned the other fishes of the peril in voting shark to be their king. They disregarded his warning, interpreting as sheer hatred for shark. The simple fish was however proven right when the king they elected become a nightmare to all of them. 

If you think, with such knifing  lesson, they would  vote for a gentle fish in the subsequent election. No, you are wrong ! They once again felt crocodile, with her ugly looks capable of sending fears down the spine of their enemies - human beings, would be better than their reigning king - shark. They forgot that shark and crocodile have the same frighteningly zigzag dentition. Their focus was on crocodile being a threat to their enemies - humans. They also forgot that they spend all their lives in water and so are more at the mercy of either of shark or crocodile, than they are in danger of their human enemies who visit the water only for few hours. The blast of the  trumpet of election has become resonant. Would you choose a crocodile to replace a shark or shark to replace a crocodile? I just want to make a common sense( my apology to the Common Sense Senator).

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