A man of letters in particular has a duty to defend realism, Truth and inherits custom of a people from the ravages of ideology and politics of bitterness. In this age of laptops and smart phones it seems there is apparent lose of decency. It is difficult to convince people that simplicity is preferable to complexity; modest contentment is preferable to unrestrained sensation. It is true the principles our communities co-existed in the age of analogue, has degenerated. Today the argument emanating from every gathering is how politics and politician has failed the common aspiration of general public. Politician has failed precisely because it has succeeded in making us believe that fulfilment of human desire is guaranteed in politicking. Mostly in Anambra West we have no other measure of political success apart from roads, Electricity and buildings, and therefore we over look other areas that can guarantee supper happiness. One question came into my mind when am contemplating the political atmosphere in Anambra East and West; should men govern or should men be ruled? The pulse and circulation of ideas driving the course of human history fundamentally has been the summary search for the king who is a philosopher or the philosopher suited to be king. The tragedies of recent developments stems from the perversion of these ideals and the errant attempts to secure them through sporadic throwing around of ill gotten wealth or stolen public fund during electioneering. The search for the perfect prince has become an obsession in our area. We must be careful so that we will elect somebody who want to secure public trust not someone who want to secure the state trust.