ORIGINAL LETTER TO GOD

Lord, are these guys for real?

Dear Father:

You know, people often say that politics make strange bed fellows, but what they don't add is that politics can make grown men and women sometimes behave like kids. It makes very responsible people talk dirty. They talk at one point as if there is no tomorrow. And they go about not knowing their ratings in society has dropped.

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Lord, have they not seen the signs yet?

Dear Father:

Hahaha, oooh, hahaha! So what the Rooster and the Handshakes up to now? Haven't they seen the signs in the backyard of the Oldman they have anointed to captain them? Haven't they seen how he has recorded two prominent disasters? So, this story my step dad used to tell me is true?

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Lord, is this assertion really true?

Dear Father:

You know, the other day I was sitting in a gathering with a couple of friends discussing several issues which affect our day to day activities here as town criers in this village. At that meeting, we all raised several burning issues, but there was one friend in that gathering who spoke and his point strikes me because it sums up the problems , which solution we were seeking.

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Lord, "They Say" is a serious problem in this our village

Dear Father:

You know when I came from Charlie Land about 10 years ago, I had the opportunity to meet with the man that was representing Charlie Land in our village at the time. In fact, it was even a "They Say that prompted me to go there to clarify some things.

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Lord, why the noise, the chiefs did nothing wrong

Dear Father:

Have you heard the noise the Chiefs from the Traditional Council are making around here?

What are they saying my son?

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Lord, are they telling us one thing here and saying something else out there?

Dear Father:

Hmmm, you know the other day I was reading something sent from a far away country where the people were having a big meeting on school business and from the way the Big Man for our school business spoke at that place about our school business here, I thought it was a different person talking about their own village school business until I read the paper again.

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Lord, Taryonoh na do it again ooh

Dear Father: Have you heard the news, they say Tarnyonoh na do it again oh!

What has she done again my son?

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Lord, they say when your house don't sell you, the street will not buy you

Dear Father:

You know there is this saying that goes like this: "When your house don't sell you, the street will not buy you." This is one of the challenges facing the Old Lady from the day she stepped her foot into our village Castle and surrounded herself with people, many of whom are personal fortune seekers.

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Lord, I'm proud to be a son of this village-no matter what

Dear Father:

You know the other day I was invited at Uncles Sam's residence here to go and eat some free food and welcome some of our brothers and sisters that had just returned from Uncle Sam's Village-the book people called this kind of get together a reception.

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Lord, If chieftaincy is giving this man hard time, then that President job he able?

Dear Father:
I say wonders shall never end for true ya. So our man, the Footballer says to be a Chief at the Traditional Council is not an easy job  ehn?  Hmmmmm, so if to be chief for just a small area in our village is a very difficult task for him, then what will he say about the entire village that he has been fighting tooth and nails to  become  the Oga proper?

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