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Brothers at war!!

We lose our humanity when we fall below acceptable standard behaviour and decency. No matter who we are and what we do, we must be rational enough to know the limit one can stoop in every circumstance and relationship. However, it would seem that late Dimeji did not realise this until his death. Bankole, (74), Dimeji’s older brother described him as a much desired child who turned out to become the black sheep of the family, wreaking    much havoc and family and friends like an hurricane throughout his lifetime. This is Pa Bankole’s account of what transpired between himself and his brother below. 

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Our brothers go, marching

ONE of the most traumatic days in my life was September 21, 2005. Exactly ten years today. A few weeks before, then President Olusegun Obasanjo had again decided to increase the price of petrol (PMS) In reaction, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) decided to hold mass rallies and street marches in selected parts of the country to demonstrate the people’s opposition, and as a warning that the citizenry would resist such increase.

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