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|Reply To Kashamu: Let’s Be Kind To The Dead, Tinubu Tells Obasanjo by wenson(m): 10:43pm On Aug 09, 2020|
I'll be as brief as possible.
So after going through this thread on Nairaland:
There's this curiosity in me yearning to be quelled. I have realized that whenever someone dies, especially in Nigeria, we always say don't speak bad abt d dead! Even when it is so glaring that the person didn't lead a so-good life. We tend to sweep every bad deeds under the carpet. And then only focus on somewhat better part of the individual's life.
My question is, why can't we talk about the the evils or ills of an individual after death? Is there a particular reason?
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