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Filled with truth and criticism, the sense of humanity and charisma. The book is built under a close consciousness of the repressed and it clearly revealed the manifestation of a profound and rear courage to rebuke and refuse oppression and humanity devaluation in the face of death and demerits, thereafter, it pricks the conscience of the oppressors.
All known to the general public of Africa and Nigeria most especially, that the initiation of coup d'tat is one of the top gravest mistakes Nigerian leader ever made and one of the most thoughtless flaws Nigerians ever embraced. This same 'couping' gave birth to the bloody regime of General Sanni Abacha, whom, like the likes of Gaddafi of Libya, made history for themselves by causing vast damage to humanity, memories and even a whole nation that has a lot to overcome. Currently, Nigeria hasn't serve the implications of this man's extortionate foolishness, severe hostilities, myopic and selfish ambitions and vain and devilish conceit.
Yet, Sanni Abacha has made his own impact on Nigeria, which to some extent cannot be forgotten, it is left for the active generation to embrace or refrain for his sense of leadership. God bless Wole Soyinka, God bless all writers and God bless Nigeria.