Anomalous anti-authoritarianism has risen – Paul Alao FADDA the grammarian

Anomalous anti-authoritarianism has risen – Paul Alao FADDA the grammarian 

 

The king of all grammarians in Africa has raised his voice in the recent happenings in Nigeria.

 

Check out his lattest Facebook Post below:

 

I proclaim lachrymosely as some historical events are never fugacious, yes. We all remember how the anomalous anti-authoritarianism rouse up to a clamorous remonstration when the late President Umaru Yar’adua was off the grid… just for the purpose of honorificabilitidunitatibus, self acclamation and testimonial. Still fresh in my memory!
Today, our commander in chief is in a compendious laconic lacuna…the administration’s failed promises and the violation of the rule of law kicking us in the face, the entire country is in a financial bantingism, economic discombobulation and other debilitating lemma…
The same Soyinka, Falana and others have chosen to remain tight-lipped, reticent and uncommunicative over these odoriferous and nefarious lemmatas.
To me it’s an irreparable relegation, not just a boo-boo, but, a bringdown, despondency, fraux pas, fiasco and a blind alley.
Do not kowtow in their powwow!!

 

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Paul Alao FADDA the grammarian 

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