You cannot win the race on a stolen horse

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The retired partners of KPMG who are still awaiting their gratuity and pension have been mandated to intervene in the dispute between Republican American President Donald J. Trump and his Democratic nemeses with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives as the leader of the pack who want the President impeached for grave crimes and misdemeanours.

In her preliminary submission, Mrs. Pelosi has taken great pains to protest vehemently that contrary to the agenda and narrative which Donald Trump has been spewing, she is the one remonstrating with her fellow Democrats not to launch impeachment proceedings midstream of Trump’s tenure. She would rather bid her time and wait for the 2020 elections when, according to the polls, whoever is the presidential candidate of the Democratic Party is expected to trounce Trump.

In any case, for the impeachment to succeed, it would require a two-thirds majority of the Senate which is under the control of the Republicans.

Regardless, the caucus of the Democratic Party is hell-bent on going for Trump’s jugular now – before Trump inflicts irreparable damage on the United States of America and its allies.

This totally unexpected honour and rare privilege, which came entirely out of the blue has put us in a huge quandary. This stupendous engagement unfortunately conflicts with our previous commitment to honour a long-standing invitation from Mr. António Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations to present our case to the General Assembly which unlike previous years will take all of the rest of this year – due to climate change!!

While we are wrestling with the problem, other matters have crept up. Here is a random sample:

Front page “The Guardian” newspaper May 3, 2019


“Nigeria’s unemployment