Dear Harper, this is sub standard, hardly a limerick. This kind of light verse only works when it follows strict rules. You know that of course, poetry buff. Let me give it a try. Papadopoulos cannot be procrusted into a limerick. Or may be:
Papadopoulos (George) from Greece
Exploded to fame in a sneeze
We just knew the bloke
When he went up in smoke
A truly impressive demise!
Not 100% though.
Another possibility is a paraphrase of the shortest limerick ever (‘There once was a young man from Verdun…’):
‘There once was a young man in office….’