Patrick Obahiagbon Comments On Prof Festus Iyayi, Former ASUU President’s Death

Nov 13, 2013 – Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon Comments On Former ASUU President, Professor Festus Iyayi’s Death

Y’all know Hon Patrick Obahiaghon since he doesn’t need much introduction.

The popular grammatologist (gbagau) has spoken on the death of Festus Iyayi, the former President of ASUU who died in a fatal car accident involving Kogi State Governor’s convoy yesterday on his way to a meeting scheduled for today.

Read Patrick Obahiagbon’s comment below:

“The grand initiation of Professor Festus Iyayi is a lancinating loss of another stentorian voice, against retrograde and prebendal forces of primitive mercantilism. That he passed through transition on matters pro bono publico, bears eloquent testimony to our state of dystopia. Such is the evanescence of life.Its all vanitas vanitatum.

Please my people make una translate this o…. oh boy

May Iyayi’s soul rest in perfect peace.

25 thoughts on “Patrick Obahiagbon Comments On Prof Festus Iyayi, Former ASUU President’s Death

  1. dis ur out to finish pple with dis ur yeye grammar abeg speak weti we go hear bfor u covert us to deaf and dumb

  2. Dis is a case of an aviation impetus,a relatn of a bicep nd tricep,in a diagnostib quadmaya nd cucus…we nit simplicity nt cmplexity…asuu make una cal of i beg

    • Please it baffles me when people do not want to read and check their dictionary and find out the existence of these mind blowing words.I did check and behold all the words and the meanings were well expressed. I salute you Mr Patrick and RIP prof.

  3. I luv 2 read dis mans speaches anyday anytime anywhere. It’s d gft God has given him to cre8 lafta & lighten d hearts of Nigerians despite d failure our leaders. But d truth is sometimes he makes awkward constructs. A grammarian would knw wat I’m saying. Sometime ago he talkd about learning ‘didactically’. But ‘didactically’ can only refer 2 teaching, & not learning. He should try & make his choice of words fit in more aprori8ly.

    • Yes, we speak to communicate, but we also speak to achieve aims. I shout “OWA” to achieve the aim of getting down at my bus stop…….Hon. Obahiagbon speaks to “obfuscate, confuse, and throw his audience into a state of higi haga, or if you will, throw the entire republic into a state of augo-mogo, or crinkum crakum, or a state of mental jaga-jaga, worron-worron, and political bashu bashu”. and you have to be a grammarian to understand the Yhamma_yhamma of what he is saying. :D

  4. Mr Senate President Sir, please this Hon. Member should be tested if He is mentally ill to aviod strategic scene one day in the Senate. Becos most of his words can never be found in any english dictionary.PLS SIR HELP.

  5. super speech sir n well said. I pray d prof rest in peace
    Una mugus wey get fish brain n refuse to advance thereby insulting d man abeg MAKE UNA PARK WELL.

  6. If I have to check the dictionary often, before I understand a sentence , speaker lacks the art of effective communication. The Senator is a joker who delights more in making people laugh than
    in being understood

  7. Effective communication is lacking if the audince is sentenced to taking notes of words to check ..t
    later in the dictionary. The Senator is not begging anyone to understand him.He is a joker who likes
    to make people laugh

  8. Right or wrong usage of grammar all i know is that he has affected his generation so he is a hero, i living legend. His voice have bring heard a man Nigeria will never forget so he is a model. What are you heard off, Obahiagbo is a grammerian who Are you. Please come up with something because we the Nigeria want to hear you.

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