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LESSONS FROM UK’s RECENT EVENTS – Dr John Oni Gbolabo Writes.

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FOR THE CHOICE OF PRIME MINISTER THE UK PARLIAMENT STYLISHLY VOTED FOR THEIR OWN DAUGHTER OF THE SOIL::

A full house of potential candidates obtained forms and wanted to succeed Boris Johnson as Prime Minister of the Uk including our own Olukemi.

Gradually the candidates are dropped through public opinion polls of Tory members. Only 2 candidates were left.

Rishi Sunak was winning majority of votes and needed only the last Conservative members vote to become Prime Minister

Here is an Indian, who got married to the daughter of a multi billionaire, not our local Naira. Parki, that is what Nigerians call people from Pakistan and Indians have bought all that is buyable in England. They appear to now be the majority in England. It was becoming worrisome and the thinking is that these people will swallow the whole of UK.

With keen interest, the whole world was watching.

The second candidate is the daughter of the soil, original owners. She was not much reckoned with. Fear gripped every Briton that an Indian would become Prime Minister.

When the push come to shove, the owner of the land took over the process.

Election took place by elected Tory members in the country. The result; Liz Truss garnered 81,326 votes, a 57.4% of the total votes cast, while Rishi Sunak with all is money got 60,399 or 42.6%.

Liz became the Prime Minister at the critical time. Who owns the land?

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SMOOTH TRANSITION FOR THE MONARCHY:

The second event is the death of Queen Elizabeth 11 within the week. For over 70 years the whole world knew who the next king would be. But because Charles misbehaved, through the late Diana saga, there is the thought that he would be bypassed and the throne passed to his son Williams.

With pump and pageantry today, Charles was made the King and he kept talking about his beloved wife, Camilla and gave her a new post not minding the fact that they both committed adultery one time or the other.

Who owns the land?

Why am I writing this?

There are those who keep on saying that Lagos is a no man’s land. They want to appoint the governor from their own tribe very soon and initially share elective posts equally, appoint their own king to compete with Oba Akiolu.

We are all waiting to see what will happen in February 2023. Who really owns the land?

We will wait & see who will allow his ancestors heritage pass to a stranger. À coward will die before his normal time to go

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