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To some people lesson is forbidden and history is for the dogs. They live in the present with the past of others. They thread on the paths of failure. They love replicating bitter experiences of some who forever remain in regret….Regret of falling from grace to grass….hero to zero….and wealth to worries!
Could this be the case, story, footsteps and path of Cameroun’s First Lady, Chantal Biya? She is towing the lines and footpaths of former Zimbabwe First Lady, Grace Mugabe. She is calling the shots with oppressive proclivities. Chantal is 48 years old while her husband and President of Cameroun, Paul Biya is 86. The agile and more active Chantal is directing affairs as the weaker and aged man is gradually taking the back seat of power. Age is slowing him down as the mantle of power has shifted to the very powerful Chantal.
That was the case in Zimbabwe when and where Robert Mugabe was then 94 and his wife, Grace 53 before the wind of change blew them away last year.
Memories of the Fillipino couple and former First family readily comes to mind here. Hmmm, remember Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos? They milked their country to the bone and to the tune of $10bn before change came. Imelda had over 1000 pairs of shoes, diamond rings and over 3500 outing bags. But they are now history. In due course, Chantal Biya would go the ways of Grace Mugabe and Imelda Marcos…..Change is the only thing that is constant in life….just as life is a rolling stone….
We pray that true change sweeps our beloved country, Nigeria through this general election for our leaders to understand and appreciate that life and power are transient.