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|Re: Azazi’s Kinsmen Against His Burial In Yenagoa by magicjumbo: 7:12pm On Dec 28, 2012|
why are they afraid of helicopter, what of the waterways, they have refused to equip the riverine areas with up to date boats and crafts, leaving us using outdated and unsafe boats which they will not enter, forget about yenogoa, Azzazi family is more interested on obeying the authority for personal gains than doing the right thing. how can a man of Azzazi calibre buried outside his home town. that is wrong, believe me
|Re: Azazi’s Kinsmen Against His Burial In Yenagoa by Nobody: 8:12am On Dec 29, 2012|
cr8v: The pitiable thing about human beings is that sometimes we are so engrossed with "where and how one is buried" without ever sitting down to wonder where he/ she is going after now. Has it ever occurred to you that contrary to some African belief how you are buried does not determine whether you are resting in peace or not.
cr8v,...truth is when a man is dead it's too late to be bothered about where he is headed, (too late for him to change where he is going in the after-life, and too late also for his relations to do anything to influence his destination in the here-after). If right must be done,he should be buried in his hometown,...and no where else!
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