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1. And it came to pass on the 7th day of the 8th month of the third year when king Buhari a fulanite from katsina ascended the throne of the kingdom that trouble broke out in the land for the king suffereth affliction and could neither be seen nor heard by his people.
2. And the king departed to seek medication in a foreign country for his affliction was grave that the host of physicians in the land Faileth to cure.
3. And he proclaimed to the people saying, “I present unto thee this day Yemi, the son of Osinbanjo, a yorubite from lagos my deputy who shall sit upon this throne and rule in my stead till I be made whole of my affiliation. All these happened that the book of the Nigerian law might be fulfilled.
4. But after he hath tarried to come for ninety days and ninety nights that the people murmureth against the king.
5. And they saith one man to the other; howbeit the king took pleasure in a foreign land when his kingdom lieth desolate?
6. For the king bringeth much tribulation upon us and yet taketh refuge in a foreign land where he took counsel and make merry with foreign noble men.
7. But many said, surely, the king hath gave up the ghost to joined his fathers for no physician can make him whole of his affliction
8. And Charles, by the name Charlie Boy, who was also called Area Father, the son of Oputa, an igbonite from delta, noble man who judgeth over the people and dealeth diligently according to his duty before he rest with his father when he was old and full of age, took counsel among the people
9. For Charles is popular among the people for he ministereth in psalms with timberel, string instrument and organs and lived northward of the city of the great king. He rideth great horses of iron.
10. And he declared according to this words unto the people. “Brethren, I beseech thee this day, arise and gird thy loins for we shall march even unto the fountain of unity in the city of the great king.
11. And we shall march across the streets of the city even to the court of the great king and proclaim this words saying, ‘return O ye king to thy kingdom to rule over thy people or ye shall be no king over us’ .
12. And he named the congregation of men that followeth him “Our Mumu Don Do” which is translated to mean “enough of our folly”
13. For seven days and seven nights they marched upon the streets of the city and declared according to the words of Charlie Boy. But the watch men of the city contendeth with them and Charles fainted and fell upon his face.
14. And a certain adviser to the king by the name Garba the son of Shehu a hausite/fulanite who dwelleth in the court of the king declareth these words saying:
15. Verily verily I say unto thee, the king is made whole of his affliction and shall return to rule over the kingdom soon. Moreso, he dealeth diligently according to the books of the law before his sojourn to the foreign country. In like manner declareth the chief town crier to the king, Lai the son of Mohammed a yorubite from the west.
16. And it came to pass that when Charles the son of Oputa the igbonite and his men marched unto the market of Wuse to declare their message that the brethren of the king who buy and sell therein were wroth with anger
17. And they saith one man to the other, let us take hold of Charles that we might put him to death, even the son of Oputa, for he bringeth reproach upon the king.
18. And when they came upon to take hold of him by the garment so they may behead him, that he ran and escaped from amongst them. Not a few stones were cast upon him that day.
(Behold Igbonites and others in the market, pleased with the venture of Charles runneth to his defence, and guided him back to his cart, with the help of the king’s men in blue and black)
19. At the twilight of the next day, Charles who is also called Area Father, rose and declared to his congregation, be still for we shall put a hold on this march until the spirit leadeth. So the people departed to their cities and there was great peace in the land unto this day.