Friday

Funny post from a blog reader: Lesson from Buhari certificate.

I have learnt a lot from the Gen Muhammad Buhari's certificate monomania. Since the saga began, I have started looking for all my certificates.

In fact, I have in safety now the slate I used during my kindergarten days, Primary 3, 4, 5 and 6 certificates. My JSS3 certificate is also in custody. The receipts for my JAMB and POST-JAMB forms are intact.

My first degree results are as well intact. My lecture notes, textbooks, exam slips and photocopies of ID cards are now in the bank.

The photographs I took during my formative years are now been pounded. You wouldn't believe it if I tell you that I have filed my past questions and marked answer scripts.

Who knows, anybody may request for it if I decide to go into politics.

If someone who schooled before independence can be asked to present his certificate, who am I?

If you are lucky enough to still have your secondary school uniform and sandals, please keep it. Who knows, any clueless person can ask for it.

Presently, I'm searching for the sharpener I used in Nursery 2... It's high time you started compiling yours.
#SkylYarning

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