Nigerians Resolve to All Fall Asleep

Posted on October 9, 2010


Abuja. Coming on the heels of recent happenings in the politics of the country, residents and citizens of Nigeria yesterday resolved to collectively fall asleep until pending issues resolve themselves by a miracle.

Nigerians, under the auspices of the National Association of Concerned Citizens (a body that includes the National Assembly, civil society groups, the Presidency, Newspaper Editors and educated elites), announced that the whole nation would go to sleep from today October 9th and wake up on May 29th when then new head of state is expected to be sworn in. The reason, according to the spokesperson, is that since the bomb blast that happened on October 1st, Nigeria has finally woken up to its manifest destiny.

“Rather than ask any hard questions, it is better that we all fall asleep as from this moment, and wake up to the new dawn in May.” He said to newsmen and reporters. “By then, everything would be alright, all by itself.”

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