The fe­male youth

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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.

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