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baba sati : brown-moustached palm wine loving certificate huzzler
By Ajayi Oluwatosin
   

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Baba sati is a certificate forger who calls himself certificate merchant to hide the impact of the illegality. He got nickname for all things. He calls money ‘bar’. He calls students ‘scudents’, politicians ‘poli-theivians’. He named his male and female workers “huzzlers”. People wonder how he coin names for people, action or things. His got a favourite quote. “As long as it is money, it’s a huzzle”. He tells people “leave legality of huzzle to God.” The other time, he said; “Noun is 3-fold (name of person, place or thing) while Baba Sati is 4-fold (name of person, place, thing and action), therefore he is more than a NOUN because he gives name to people, place, thing and action. His brain is so sharp competing with core i-3 Laptop RAM such that if you argue with him without facts, he downloads facts like water and confounds people’s fact-less claims. Don’t wear a black tie like a gentleman without facts and engage with intellectualistic Baba sati, he floors people and confirm to them they are products of half-baked educational system in Nigeria. Baba Sati follows the news religiously. Get to his living room and see a 50 inch TV which – a result of his huzzles – hanging beside a terraced wall. With the TV and cable subscription, he familiarizes himself with contemporary issues like certificate saga playing out politically whether in the executive or legi-sharing chambers. Enjoy Baba Sati's trips, twists, turns, and tirades and painful penitence Noticed an error in this book? Send a mail to flag@okadabooks.com to report it

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