LESSONS FROM SADIQ ABACHA
Taking little or no interest in the on going confrontation between the literary icon Prof. Wole Soyinka and one of the late General Sanni Abacha's sons and in turn, the late General's family. I couldn't but single out for amplification through this post, a beautiful piece of lesson (lecture maybe ).
"If you want to think, speak and act logically then you should know all three.
Now let’s look at each one of these and see what they mean in practice.
1. The law of identity
2. The law of excluded middle.
3. The law of non-contradiction.
Apply these three logics to others with consistency and then you can ask for the same or expect the same from others, and then you can also ask for others to deal with facts not fantasy, which is the law of identity. Ask others to make up their mind to decide and commit. The law of excluded middle. Then ask others to follow through on the things that they say they would do. The law of non-contradiction"