It all began with Blaise Compaore of Burkina Faso. His attempts to tighten his grip on power even brought chaos to his ambition.
The wind left Compaore and faced Pierre Nkuruzinza of Burundi in 2015. But Nkuruzinza was too rooted to the ground to be blown away. His bid for a controversial third term stood its ground.
The disappointed wind made a stopover in the Gambia and overpowered Yahya Jammeh.
Angola's Dos Santos saw it coming and jumped down beforehand recently.
Jacob Zuma of South Africa was only shaken by the wind.
Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe is now under the control of the passing wind, as it heads to Cameroon and...
When will it hit Cameroon and its strongman Paul Biya?
And now who is next?
As the wind gathers momentum, our leaders start receiving more ants in their pants.