The female youth
There was a drama when a “female youth” just appeared on the floor and ridiculed herself. Mrs Safiya Ibrahim Ogo is one of the delegates from National Council for Women Societies (NCWS). The lady just appeared last week Tuesday around 3pm. When she sauntered in while the session was considering rules of procedure, she just started shouting “point of order Mr Chairman.”
And she kept on: “Observation Mr Chairman! Female youth! I am on my feet Mr Chairman!”
Finally, she was recognised. But when she grabbed the microphone, she went on verbal rampage, singing all manner of student union mantra. Attempts by the chairman to call her to order were not successful, to the consternation of other delegates.
When asked to make her observations, she said she had problem with “rule five.” When asked what the “rule five” said, she couldn’t explain that.
Again, the plenary went into laughter because the session was already on “rule 13,” with some delegates saying “you must have been sleeping.”
Surprisingly, the “female youth” continued, saying that “I am on my feet!” The situation became more embarrassing but the lady kept on and on until the microphone was collected from her.