Against their prod, he articulated – making colourful the idea through the less travelled intellectual avenue, pushing forward a generic model and explaining what practical thought in its total context connotes.
That’s why the name Jagaban of Africa suites him – a smart man who knows his onion and not your regular leader, an unrepentant patriot who picks his battles carefully and fights like an Akinkanju (fearless fellow), a thoughtful omoluabi who is not swift to utter but speak intelligence when he chooses to.
He brought the topic to those who called for him, dissecting each part with a fair touch of wisdom, comparatively analyzing our grundnorm, its deep roots in the system of government we share and a soft touch of etymology that begats us as a people.
Yet, other than the expected sober reflection, they embraced it as a time to suit and fuel their positions with twisted fables. Yes, other than learn the trade they choose to clock the media membranes with whirlwinded subjective interpretations.