Comment on Muhammad Ali: The legend lives on by Folorunso Fatai Adisa.

Always always my inimitable columnist. I have read countless write-ups on “The greatest” since his departure from brilliant of your ilk, like sam omatseye, Dare Olatunji etc, but I must say sincerely and happily that this is exceptional. None has ever remembered to include this part” I’m so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark.” it’s hilarious but serious. Well done my teacher

Recent Comments by Folorunso Fatai Adisa

Much ado about cut-off marks
Reproach cannot diminish the sweetness of honey!

Remember Rwanda!
Wars are no picnics. It is a game of death—you shoot me, I shoot you. The person who wins is the first to shoot accurately.
Besides, anyone who staunchly believes any religious or socio-cultural organization is genuinely after their interest must be a case study in delusion.

Notably, all these organizations are merely out for their own financial, economic and political interests. If people could use their utterances to set this country on fire, those who love it should always counter speak to quench it. And they must know that to put out fire is more difficult than starting it. We have a duty to speak life into every area others speak death.
In the end, violence benefits nobody.
Like you noted above(Remember Rwanda), I’ll second it by saying- See Somalia.

May Almighty Allah reward you abundantly for this timely ‘gbere ipako’ . thank you.

The spectacle of death
May Almighty Allah grant him a good repose.

Be word-wise, communicate peacefully
I’m wowed right now. This is super. Beautiful message adorned with beautiful choice of words.

Allahu Akbar. This is indeed -lifting and unarguably a beautiful directive towards overcoming difficult times. May Almighty Allah reward you abundantly for this sir.

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