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Four Years Later

It is exactly 4 years since the Same Sex Marriage (Prohibition) act was passed into law under President Goodluck Jonathan.

I woke up the morning after the law was passed feeling ecstatic and filled with God’s love. Finally, after fifty-four years of independence, Nigeria was going to get so much better for its citizens. We would be able to hold our heads high and proud and be compared to other first world nations. It was a very great feeling. We had finally come together as a country and discovered the cause of our problems and, together, rooted it out. It was going to be bliss and prosperity thenceforth.

And it was! By God, it was! It has been the best four years of our lives. Suddenly, there has been free healthcare for all citizens of the country. Railroads with bullet trains sprung up overnight. With the teardrops of every sinful and evil faggot in the country, roads magically became tarred left, right, and center.

What a WAWU!

The elections of the following year were conducted in an unprecedented free and fair manner. Political thuggery was gone! Leaders that kept to their campaign promises were elected. Magic!

Praise the Lord!

By Jove, what a marvelous time it was!

And then, the coup de grâce: Electricity. Twenty-four hours of uninterrupted electricity! In every part of the country! It was like a dream! Petrol sold at N64 per litre! The faggots hindering the progress of our country were discovered and jailed, in some cases killed, and the wealth and welfare of the nation blossomed overnight.

According to UN statistics, Nigeria is well on its way to becoming the third largest economy in the world by the end of 2019! I can’t contain my joy! Our manufacturing industry is second only to China’s. Our schools are the best in the world. In 2017, we generated $2 billion from foreign students coming to study in Nigeria. Angela Merkel’s son was involved in an accident and was flown to Nigeria to receive expert medical treatment.

It’s been an amazing 4 years and it’s all because we finally came together and pushed out all the evil, satanic and demonic homosexuals in the country. I am so proud of Nigeria.

God bless Nigeria. God bless Goodluck Jonathan. God bless President Buhari. Satan punish the fags and Bobrisky.

Written by Eggsy

About shakespeareanwalter

Walt Shakes(@Walt_Shakes) is an award-winning Nigerian writer, poet and veteran blogger. He is a lover of the written word. the faint whiff of nature, the flashing vista of movies, the warmth of companionship and the happy sound of laughter.

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