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Letters on Gen Malu and P-Square

General Malu was such a special breed and a gift to us.  As Chief of Army Staff we got furniture allowance in the Nigerian Army for the first time.  Every pressure to convert it to personal fortune which was the practice in time past failed.  He was to deal with the Head of Finance Corps if he disobeyed his orders.  Gen. Malu was a raw infantry soldier—God fearing, confident, rapacious and benevolent.  I join you to bless his soul. –Col R.N. Oputa Rtd.  Fulbright Scholar/Consultant Endocrinologist.  08033206191

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May God bless the soul of Gen. Victor Malu.  He belongs to General Tunde Idiagbon’s class.  He is a soldier through and through.  A no-nonsense man.  I remember in one of his interviews on retirement where he said he regretted not overthrowing OBJ, having seen what he became as president, thus he was threatened with arrest.  He then replied: “I am waiting for them.  Let me see how they can convict a man because of thoughts in his head.”  Very apt. –Nnaemeka Stan

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Thanks for your piece entitled: ‘General Malu’s Gratitude: Adenuga’s gift saved my life in Liberia.’  Dr. Mike Adenuga Jnr. is simply an enigma.  Like an onion, he just keeps unfurling and unfurling.  I think what I admire most about him is his style of reaching out and touching lives so unobtrusively.  The late Gen. Malu is not the only beneficiary.  The trio of Bashorun Dele Momodu, Sir Shina Peters and Evangelist Ebenezer Obey, if I’m not mistaken, once shared similar stories about Adenuga’s generosity.  Keep ‘Gloing’ The Guru! –Azuh Arinze

General Victor Malu.  What a misunderstood man.  Doing his bidding according to his training.  May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. –Olufemi A. Odukoya

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I enjoyed your tribute to Gen. Malu and all I can say is that not getting closer to people sometimes gives wrong judgement.  To Gen. Malu, sleep on great warrior.  And to Mike Adenuga, you are a man with a good heart for Nigerians. –Popoola Kunle Albert

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A quintessential General.  May the soul of General Malu rest in peace –Sotunde Songonuga

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I doff my cap to Mike Adenuga.  What a good testimony of you.  May God reward you sir. –Kanayo Okoli Uchechukwu

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Malu was one of those soldiers dragged to Oputa panel.  He had his excesses too.  Gen. Diya described him as one of the instruments used by Abacha to suppress him and others. –Niyi Tabiti

On P-Square

The breakup of the P-Square twins is one story making me so sad as a mother not just because they are twins but brothers favoured and blessed.  I ask: where are their wives?  And where are the elders?  Who is this evil person that posted the fight on social media?  What is the motive?  I pray as a mother and aunty to the twins that peace returns to that home. –Barrister Mrs. Ngozi Ekeoma, Lagos

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Sad as the story of P-Square reads, I believe they will always come back.  That’s what twins do.  They are two united spirits always seeking out for the best world for each other.  Sometimes the other finds a better patch which still appears surreal to another.  Once they have sorted the situation, their spirits get back.  It’s what we do. –Peter Johnson Nwokolo

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The parting of ways of P-Square is a serious matter.  They are not just brother but twins. Nobody should come between them.  They have to sort it out and be reunited.  Their wives have major roles to play through praying and doing whatever they can to bring them back.
–Caroline Akhuetie

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As a twin with an identical twin sister, I found your story on P-Square very distressing to see them publicly shame themselves.  It’s a big shame indeed. –Maryxtine Ukairo

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What an encomium sir!  May God bless you for this write up on P-Square.  The Lord will unite them. –Ngozi Obuteaku Echendu

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What a beautiful piece on P-Square.  I wish they will read this article and get themselves together once again. –Nonye Okike

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Good write up as usual.  Well done sir. May your ink continue to flow. –Olafimihan Kazeem Kunle

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I just read your column on P-Square and their crisis.  All I can say is maybe there would have been love between the two if there was no plenty money.  Now, God must be afraid of blessing some people. –Kenneth, 08097181230

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Uncle Mike, please sir, is there any way we can raise money for the Osogbo twins?  If there is any way help can get to them through you, let me know.  –Oluokun Ademola, Ibafo, 08036930912

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If two identical twins can part ways or severe their business partnership, I don’t know why people like you want Biafrans to remain in a failed project.  –CA, 08091214564

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Like “Indomie” if it isn’t Mike Awoyinfa on the pen, it’s then not Mike.  Creative, educating your readers spiritually, morally etc.  How I wish Peter and Paul read your piece on them. –08054779852

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Mike, please help us dig very deep into the circumstances that led to the ‘madness’ between Peter and Paul.  It’s an abomination and uncommon phenomenon in Igboland.  Their kith and kin in Ifitedunu, Anambra State may wish to wade into this show of shame from the same womb who came into the world same day and have been blessed by God.  Greetings to your twins.  You are blessed.  Uche, Neni, Anambra State, 08037439826

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