On Desmond Tutu.

As one of the few black South Africans in the priestly ranks of the Anglican Church, Desmond Tutu was a man of privileged.

And faced with the threat of punishment, loss of privileges for fighting against oppression or speaking the truth, nine hundred and ninety-nine of a thousand men would likely have kept quiet and enjoyed their privileges. That one man in a thousand is Desmond Tutu.

He died at 90 years.

Cheers to a life well spent.

Ojo, Aderemi

Ibadan, Nigeria.



Ojo, Aderemi is a Historian, teacher, public speaker, writer, politician, and community organiser. He was trained at the University of Ibadan and was President of the Students Union.

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