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Pragmatic, reserved and a deep thinker who loves family, sports especially football where am married to two wives: the first, AC Milan who has my loyalty and the second wife, Manchester United who has all my undying love and pampering, lifestyle and society parties. Need I say the law is more than a profession but a lifestyle for me.

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For once, words lose its sense and essence, not because they have suddenly lost their value, but because for the first time, they are not capable of succinctly describing the awe in the mortality of a man. It was never imagined, that a man, an African for that matter could exemplify and espouse the very positive ethos of humanity. A man dehumanised, humiliated and brutalised for searching for equality for all. A man who despite so much hate and suffocation of life, loved more and fought on with no iota of vengeance. The man Nelson Mandela was a man indeed with an ideal, an ideal he died for – an ideal for freedom and equality.

With a lot said of this man so great yet with utmost humility. At a time, the apartheid regime tagged him a terrorist and criminal. This same man struggled on for a just, unified South African country barring all segregations and discriminations; he upheld the tenets of God and showed us the way to love. Indeed, you fought the good fight keeping your heart pure and uncontaminated despite reasons to the contrary. Integrity was your mantra.

The incorruptible son of Africa led us through a world that filled us with hate, a world where our crime is that we are born black, and a world deaf to the songs our hearts resonated, and the needs of our emotions trampled upon by the world. Yet Madiba kept at it and this transformed the out come of our today. Truly, you sacrificed your life through selflessness in other to liberate our chained feet and you thought us though our bodies crushed, our souls never conquered. You gave us courage to stare death in the eyes with love thriving through. Mandela you were a beacon of hope, the diamond of a darkened region.

Today as Mandela lays to rest, let us remember that he lives on in our hearts with his indelible prints that mark our whole lives through his struggles to keep the black race surviving. He fought a good fight and paid for it with all of his life. Like he said, whenever he rests ephemerally, he wants to sleep with a broad smile knowing that he gave his all and that the generations behind never forgot that. Madiba the icon, the phenomenon, the enigma, the legend your life has inspired us to take a stand and respect each other. Your legacy is to give us an ideal and a philosophy we are to guide with our lives and to stand firmly without abhorrence. Your story told us being black is not a crime and indeed, to get the prize, we must be ready to sacrifice everything to keep it.

Madiba, rest on at the feet of the prince of peace. Watch on as we guard your ultimate philosophy and protect the justice you paid dearly for. In these dire times, we will ensure the benefits are for all and not a selected few. Never again, will our leaders share the spoils and give us crumps. Never again will a few think they are leaders and not servants. You emptied yourself and served us with no limitations. Now is the time for us to take our rightful inheritance of fairness, equity, equality, and good conscience with the dreams you have left us to live by!