Seriously, is there any reason why we can’t elect our presidents based on who’s hottest?
Other countries citizens can afford to have any old looking president because those leaders perform well. Since Nigeria seems to be wired to have bad leaders, can those leaders at least be, you know, hot looking?
Look at the Sophie’s Choice before us presently. On one hand is septuagenarian A, who has promised to use government resources to enrich his friends. (FYI, I have applied to be his friend and enjoy too; man no suppose carry last.)
On the other hand is septuagenarian B, who promised to rescue the country from medical tourism. But the minute he achieved the throne, he ran off to a foreign hospital for more than six months.
Other people use their own misfortune for the greater good. For instance, football legend Kanu Nwankwo rose from the ashes of his cardiac problems to establish a heart foundation. Even if it is only one person this heart foundation has saved, it is still better than zero persons saved.
But on his return, the so-called leader did not lift a finger to normalize the goings on in ANY hospital in the nation.
So whatever choice Nigerians make, Nigeria still loses. But the loss would be easier to bear if it is wrapped in handsomeness! If anyone asks us “wetin we gain?” in this leader, we can say, “well, look at him!”
So for future elections let us choose a president based on who is finest. Like these young men below. Tell us you will not happily invest in the Nigeria project if you know you’ll interact with these looks daily.
And who knows, they might even persevere against the curse of the black gold, and actually make good leaders!
(This list is in no particular order and is not according to degree of hotness o!)
1. Jon Ogar
Number one on our list is the absolutely scrumptious Jon Ogar. At 28 years, this eye candy is pretty much a baby as far as Nigeria politics goes. And the young musician has not indicated any interest in running for office, which is a total shame.
Imagine this hotness arriving the UN General Assembly. Members will be so mesmerized by his dreamy eyes that they’ll wave their hands and say, “give that gorgeous young man world peace, nuclear disarmament, in fact ANYTHING he wants!”
2. Osita Chidoka
At 47 years old, former Aviation Minister Osita Chidoka may be a little too long in the tooth for our purposes. Still, he is a far cry from the geriatrics that usually put themselves forward to occupy the highest position in the nation.
Chidoka’s hotness quotient is never in doubt. He was going to be the first state governor with a six pack, until Governor Willie Obiano ruined it for us. Why so cruel Gov. Obiano?
3. Banky W
Olubankole Wellington is a hottie that, good for us, is walking the walk as he talks the talk.
It’s too bad that we can’t jump over to Lagos and vote for him, but we are rest assured that hotness trumps all. Who wouldn’t want this vision of gorgeousness taking care of legislative affairs?
Looking presidential already (image source pulse.ng)
Banky W, after the state House of Assembly, please come and run for president, ok? Thanks!
4. Ik Osakioduwa
Perfect gentleman and radio/tv presenter Ik Osakioduwa has been heating up our television screens for what seems like ages now.
This hottie can get Nigeria a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the cutest president since, well, ever!
So, what do you say IK? Can you please compere our
hearts Nigeria? We don’t care that you can’t cook water. You’ll make up for it by leaving all the other presidents in the dust!
5. Ohimai (Mr. Fix Nigeria) Amaize
His name sounds like he already has the best interests of Nigeria at heart.
Also, young Ohimai has previously navigated the corridors of power in one capacity or the other.
And if all else fails, he can always dazzle world leaders with his eclectic taste in fashion!
So there you have it! Five of the hottest young men Nigeria has to offer. And there’s plenty more where that came from.
Bottom line: if we wouldn’t proudly display a tattered flag at the UN, we shouldn’t present well-worn and past-their-prime men as presidents.