hough, you and your mien were exterminated by state terrorism. Your legacy is refreshingly a nourishment to our nostalgic past.
You were a fierce fearless wordsmith who changed the way we write!
I bow for your fecund intellect!
Though, your death shocked the nation, your immutable pen is still eternally loaded with literary bullets; hunting your executioners, but fuelling our intellectual hunger.
Transmutably, these literary bullets can only to be discharged from us to them. You remain a literary witchcraft and wordsmith in the eternal bliss.
Though, your death remains a mystery, your ideas and fearlessness are winsome. You must be smiling now with your friend and a great unsolicited Attorney-Gani Fawehinmi. The Senior Advocate of the Masses.
Though, your conspirators are yet to get human judgement, but they're eternally and heavenly doomed. They have murdered sleep; they're suffering from terrible sleep amnesia, they are dead alive.
Dele Giwa, to read your pieces, was to get subsumed in intellectual expedition. We are starved and thirsty for your literary craftsmanship. We are still on a blissful excursion to tap or inherit your acuity.
Each time I peruse your brilliant articles of those days, I remember with disdain the ugly-evil-mind-man in Minna who ordered your crucifixion through lethal letter bomb.
We do not have your body in our midst, but your soul is embedded in our collective subconsciousness.
We existentially remain subservient to your erudition.
Sunre o, Dele Giwa.
16th March, 1947 - 19th October, 1986
Yahaya Balogun is a Law enforcement agent with the state of Arizona