Steve Sun replies Sylvester Udemezue: Face your front and leave the NBA for the true lovers of NBA!
Have you ever seen peace in any society where elections were marred by massive electoral fraud??
The rigging that characterized the Angolan election in 1992 led to a 10-year civil war that resulted in thousands of deaths.
The rigging that characterized the 2005 election in Ethiopia, also resulted in violence that led to hundreds of deaths.
In Kenya, the 2007/2008 election also left thousands of people dead due to widespread rigging.
And following the massive electoral fraud that characterized the 2010 presidential election in Ivory Coast, the hitherto peaceful and prosperous West African country recorded about 3000 deaths, which ultimately landed Laurent Gbagbo at the International Criminal Court.
The list is almost endless sir.
Similar cases have been recorded in Sierra Leone, Senegal, Gambia, Rwanda and the D.R.C.
So, what exactly forms your basis for calling for peace sir? I’m sure you must have heard the phrase “in the absence of equal rights and justice, peace will remain elusive“.
And by the way sir, since when did you become a lover of NBA? Why not face your lecturing job and allow the NBA for the true lovers of NBA!
Which branch of the NBA do you even belong sir, and how many branch MGMs have you ever attended in your life?
Chief Arthur Obi Okafor(SAN) has exhibited unprecedented love for the NBA, by refraining from heating up the system even in the face of brazen provocation.
If it were some other radical SANs, i can assure you that by now the NBA would have two factional Presidents and parallel administrations and two different BPF accounts.
I think it is high time you channeled your time and energy to your lecturing job sir! After all i don’t think that Law School lecturers are part of the ASUU strike.
Please be guided sir!
Thanks and God bless.
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