Ah baba, oti o

We have been waiting for you at the Thunder Balogun Stadium for the October surprise you promised.

How come you “bole” at Idi Magoro bus stop and went back to Ota ‘ear-port’ to receive an August visitor.

Ah baba!
You said we are going to dance “shoki-shoki” but there you are in ya farm dancing “Koroso”

Ah baba!
Ya agbada don hang for barbwire
Leaving us roiling on the ground with laughter
Because you told us “you dey laugh”
When you were not
or no longer.

Ah baba!
Oti o.

Shall we still expect you or shall we anoint another to take us to Abuja for the next jamboree.

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