Aluumi9ja: Aluuminising Nigeria

Aluuminising Nigeria simply means putting an end to everything that is holding back the country’s progress.

The word aluuminising is coined out of one of the most popular words on the lips of Nigerians, Aluu; which means the act of putting an abrupt end to anything good or bad without hesitation. While Aluu (Naija English) means inhumane act; or of without mercy.
Other forms of the word are aluuminise, aluuminised, aluuminisation.

The origin of the word can be traced back to October 5, 2012 when indigenes of a particular community in Port Harcourt, Rivers state, defiled the laws of love and humanity to massacre four students in cold blood. The word has since then been used as a threat to anyone who refuses to behave his/herself.

Examples:

· Due to poor officiating by Referee Mark Clattenburg, Mikel Obi has urged the English FA to send Mark to aluu.

· Dimeji is a Bank-Ole and should be aluuminised.

· The secret brain behind Globacom telecommunications, who also wanted to run for presidency in 2010, deserves aluuminisation.

You know, I have brainstormed for weeks but yet to find an understanding why the people of that community acted in such manner and only just recently came up with an explanation for their ill behaviour.

You see, the word “Alu” in my native home, is a word associated with abomination. Anyone, whom the word is used on, is usually an outcast (not accepted among other humans). So, I would say the ancestors of the village called Aluu in Port Harcourt may have probably been expatriates from my home town and decided to find a habitat for themselves in a bush area which later developed into a community in the city of Port Harcourt.

In fear of rejection by people, they decided to add an extra “U” to their name and there the village ALUU came into existence.

These people, who displayed the act of animalism on four youths of the village, who were later known to be the #ALUU4, have since then been blacklisted by Nigerians and many of them may find it difficult gaining admission into schools or securing jobs (If I were a native, I would go and swear an affidavit for a little tweak on my birth certificate).

But wait a minute; let us be considerate in our thoughts towards these people. Perhaps, the name of this community had a big part to play in the manner in which they treated their very own brothers. You know it is said that “a good name is better than gold”.

Albeit, let us temper justice with mercy. We shouldn’t judge
the whole community because a handful of them acted inhumanely, but rather I think they need prayers, as it might be an ancestral curse which was embedded in their name… perhaps!

Although, the word aluu has become associated with anything
bad, I would like us to take a break and look on the positive impact of this word as I believe there’s always a good side to any bad situation.

For instance, wouldn’t it be a graceful happening for Nigerians if corruption was totally aluuminised with all propitiators given an irrational share of what the #ALUU4 experienced?

Wouldn’t it be a thing of joy if we were to wake up one day to hear that someone, somewhere, somehow had administered the right dosage of aluuminisation on every cabal at the administrative helms of Nigeria?

Well, I’m still waiting for the day when we will employ the bravery of Ghana’s notorious Rawlings and do away with our hopeful hopelessness by deleting all forms of cabal on our fatherland.

“When hope becomes the captain, inaction has been employed
as the coach.”

FYI: There is a possibility that the writer of this piece
was under the influence of alcohol while typing and all aforementioned names are auto completions done by #Swype. I take no responsibility for any names mentioned. Thank you!

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