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Saturday, 19 February 2011

Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon explains why he speaks too much grammar (cp-africa.com)

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

I absolutely agree with the Rep. that a state of emergency should be declared for the unemployment situation in Nigeria. There has to be a job strategy for job creation and we don't have that at the moment.

This is the first time I heard a politician in Nigeria spoke on behalf of the unemployed. Our government is not responsive and nobody is the civil society is advocating for the poor/unemployed.He speaks too much grammar but he spoke with passion an that got me big time.

Drajke said...

Sigh...

Prism of an immigrant said...

Hahahaha....clowns

Anonymous said...

HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Ok I officially have fallen in love...buhahaha

Anonymous said...

Is this uncle married? and to whom?

Pointless Celebrity said...

Linda. Linda. Linda. U want make we vexxxx with u? I was already in bed n about to sleep. iPad wont play the video. Desperate to finally find out why dis cringe... ooo... Let me not curse him. I want nightmare free sleep.... Fetched the pc .....eager anticipation.... ready to (finally) sympatise with him. Again, left confused. I'd would have thrown my shoes at him if I had interviews him. He said nothing new than his usual stupid waffle. It's shocking to know that that fool actually went to university in Nigeria. How the he'll did he write and pass his essays, written and oral exams without, till this day, knowing how to get straight to the point? A victim of Naija's failed educational system or just a complete idiot? The worrying thing is not how he speaks, waffles or his mentality, but the fact that more than a thousand people in his constituency voted for him. How could anyone, educated or not, would have voted for this attention seeking whore that makes no sense? 

Hoped he'd say something like, ••• in his whatever - warri / edo / benin / sapele / togolese - ascent ••• "When I was a small child, I was attacked by my stepmother's cows. I suffered brain damage. I spent 20 years on life-support machine. My mental hardrive was eradicated. Though I read dictionary like tabloids, majority of the words I use are made up. I often confuse myself with my own grammar. I was discharged early from hospital because my loquacious medusoid oblanjective Greenwich meridian grammar was giving the entire hospital headache. Shortly after I was kicked out of my sickbed I came up with a fantabulous grandacious brain wave to join politics. Though I get paid as a legislator, I only joined politics to gain mass attention from the public. I have no life at home. My wife and children left. I love public adulation. I love mesmerising my audience. I am the international face of Nigerian politics. I am on YouTwo.com. A lot of my video is there. It's not called YouTwo? Oh, sorry. YouTube, YouTwo... You know the one I mean. I google myself everyday. Anyway, people know me all over the world. I have been interviewd by journalist from around the world. Although i am in good health and still here in flesh and blood, due to my 5 star international celebrity status,  I am the Michele Jackson of Nigerian politics. I am not some upsart who rolled out of bed and joined the political elite of this great nation. I have met mahatma Gandhi, Elvis Presley, Hitler, Mohammed Ali (the Muslim prophet), Jesus Christ of Nazareth. I am a well read loquacious wafflelicious attention seeking old fool, but not many people know. Some people have said that one should be locked up for breach of the peace. They said I give them headache and disturb the calmness in their brain each time I open my hippotamousious mouth. Some have argued that I should me in a mental institution instead of the House of Assembly. Well, Nigeria is a democratic society Everyone is entitled to their opinion."

••• Yawns •••

it's past 2am and im here commenting about this man. I cringe and feel embarassed each time I hear him speak. If that was my dad or uncle making an arse of himself, I'd undergo brain washing to forget them, change my last name so no one knows we related, and have plastic survey so when I look in the mirror, I'd see Michael Jackson (but, without the child / cradle -> issues /disease) looking at me, as the new physical me. Lol.

••• BD •••

Anonymous said...

Even in the English house of parliament they speak english that everyone can understand especially those they claim to represent. this man is just displaying symptoms of mild dementia. no wonder he had 3rd class and he lost the primaries.

Anonymous said...

Ok I know a girl that knows Hon. Patrick so well, she told me he speaks like this even at home. I also used to know a man when I lived in Nigeria that used to talk all this big big grammar. He got so used to reading encyclopedia you would think he is mad. But he gives me good entertainment.

Anonymous said...

Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon vs Pastor Chris Okotie
http://t.co/jHFnl2f via YouTube

••• BD •••

emepretty said...

hahahahahaha..did u guys just say "He explains y he speaks too much grammar?" I couldn't understand s**t of what he said there..lol..this man is a certified mombolosticbruhahaha..suitor,,lagbaja,,bumbum milipiede..

how about explaining this dr patrick..see u kumbruha..

Surprise said...

This Honorable member of House of represeNtaTHIEVES is suffering from unreciprocal rapporteur. His cerebrum and medula oblongata are not working pari-passu.

A comedian once said it's the grammar of Hon. Patrick that made the state of Benin-Ore road to remain in the same bad situation. This is because each time the hon. is complaining about the road, the members only hear Benin-Ore road and they don't understand the reast of what he's saying.

Plse help us ask cecilia Egele if she understands all the rubbish the main is saying during the interview.

Anonymous said...

SEE HOW EMPTY THE CHAMBER IS. WHERE ARE THE STUPID REPS? CHASING UNDERGRADS AND BUSINESS. ARSEHOLES.

Anonymous said...

this guy is a clown....the only Nigerian house of rep who is for the people and no one can understand him...mcsheeew

Anonymous said...

the only way the unemployment situation can be fixed is by kick-starting massive infrastructural developments! that will create jobs and at the same time, develop Nigeria. mass transit like lite rail systems, etc...
and when i say that im hoping they employ Nigerians and not Chinese (as many have been shamefully doing)
its not even that difficult. our leaders just want to chop the money alone.

hater said...

lol..idiot! moron!

Anonymous said...

Ha i like this Guy we need to feature him on the 2unes2day show

Kai said...

I smell insecurity. The guy needs some confidence building. Haba, words are o be combined when they make sense and add eloquence, not when it begins to distract from the subject matter. People are busy scanning their memory to catch up with the words and make sense of it and when you eventually do, you start to wonder if it makes sense, he has finished speaking, Haba!!!

Chilling said...

To me he’s an irritant. Very archaic! Even the English who own the language don’t speak like this. Simple English is the way to go even though it’s acceptable to throw in a few big words here and there. I’d like Wole Soyinka’s views on this man’s mode of speaking.

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