In Dele Giwa’s last article before his brutal murder titled, ‘Son of a Dog,’ he said:
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“Any evil done by man to his fellow man will be avenged.
“Daddy, why did the bomb affect them?”, my young daughter enquired innocently. She had seen visuals of the hospitalised patients in the aftermath of the May 1 Nyanya bomb blast which had sustained the strings of dastardly attacks that had held the Nation under siege. 581 more words
“The search for a scapegoat is the easiest of all hunting expeditions.” ― Dwight Eisenhower
Only last week I grimed, could not stop griming, and the irony was that I was not griming with any sense of joy, or happiness, on the contrary, if anything was close, I was griming with amusement, and indeed I was griming with sadness. 1,024 more words
by Gbenro Olajuyigbe
‘The country does not know it yet, but it has created a monster, a monster in the form of millions of men who have been taught to deal and to trade in violence, and who are given the chance to die for the biggest nothing in history’ — 1,489 more words
WHO KILLED DELE GIWA?
Babangida’s ex-Chief Press Secretary opens up, says ‘Yes, IBB killed Dele Giwa’ By News Express
Twenty-seven years after the brutal murder by a parcel bomb of the journalist Dele Giwa, the fog surrounding those behind his death has been substantially cleared by 70-year-old Major Debo Basorun (retd.), former Chief Press Secretary to ex-military President Ibrahim Babangida. 1,880 more words
Major Debo Bashorun (rtd) was the embattled press secretary of the ex-military President Ibrahim Babangida. He is about to release an explosive book on the death of Dele Giwa and the alleged government involvement. 26 more words