By Segun O’Law
It was a youth camp in 2007, Port Harcourt; organized by the Commitee for the Protection of People's Dignity, COPPED, a roommate had just launched his untamed frenzy. The strong emotion which accompanied his delivery of tirade, at first ludicrously charmed us into some laughter, until his eyes began to reveal the mist; he was not joking –it appeared! We noticed the waking vigor, his activating muscles, strong ropes of skinned veins connecting from his forehead ...
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