Simon Kolawole: One burial and six funerals

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  • Ayomide

    I can’t bliv I wasted my time reading ur article…whose syd are u on? U will neva say d truth simply cuz u’re close to d government officials.. RIP to d departed souls buh most government officials abuse power..9ja is far behind..pple r suffering,every govt officialls should declare their assets den u will know wat I’m talkin bou

  • Oseiwe Ibhagui

    Since the first guy to comment is talking about abuse of power and government corruption, I move straight to that part of my observations on the piece. I am the only one I know in this country who has continued to repeat this statement: Nigerian people, customs, values, and all are bad and some of them just happen to be in government. You can change your ways if you want, but I don’t see any takers. They’re busy demonising me for saying that truth. Look at the perfect examples Kolawole used in day-to-day life of some Nigerians. Perfect; in sync with what I’ve always said.

    How so glad those two would be who were “kicked off” the helicopter ride by Azazi. I don’t think they’ll ever complain that “big men” cheated them in ANYTHING going forward.

    I commiserate with those who lost loved ones.

    @OIbhagui

  • Oriyomi

    …….blowing hot today and blowing cold next day depending on whose side the story falls!…..Fani -Kayode ,Adeniyi, Dele Momodu , Abati , Oyo ,Kolawole ……and the list goes on…….