The recent uprise against Killer herdsmen in most regions across the country, most especially in the eastern and south west parts has led to the needless comparison between south west activist popularly known as Sunday Igboho and eastern freedom advocate and activist Nnamdi Kanu. Before we decide on what is good and what is not, let's take a peep into the career of the two great men.
Sunday adeniyi adeyemo, born on the 10th of October 1972 at Igboho town, located in Oke-Ogun, Oyo State. He is a business man, human right activist, politician and philanthropist, he rose to limelight after he played an active role in the ife-modakeke crisis in 1997 which made many believe he has supernatural abilities which makes undefeatable.
His recent clash with fulani communities has been the talk of the town, for years now, some members of the fulani herdsmen has been terrorizing some villages in the south west region of the country, things got sparked up when igboho gave the fulani herdsmen a week ultimatum to vacate the villages, after a week igboho reportedly stormed fulani communities and displaced them from the area. The tension between igboho and fulani communities in the south west continues to escalate as his movement is hell bent on chasing away killer fulani herdsmen from the south west region.
Nnamdi Okwu Kanu, born on the 25th of September 1967 is a British-Nigerian Biafra political activist. He is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), he's also responsible for the creation of the Eastern Security Network (ESN).The main aim of IPOB is to create an independent state for the people of the Eastern Region of Nigeria through referendum while the ESN was created so as to tackle insecurities caused by killer herdsmen in the region, kanu is also the director of the popular UK registered radio station "Radio Biafra".
He's had issues with the Nigerian government on several occasions and was finally arrested on the 14th of October 2015 and was later on released on the 28th of April 2017. Kanu is well known for his advocate for freedom for his fight for the rights of the people of the eastern parts of Nigeria.
Perfection remains an illusion, nobody on the planet is self sufficient with everything, money, character, achievement, connection etc, which makes comparison as a general concept a bad habit, it could turn good friends and allies into rivals. In a perfect competition, we would celebrate and genuinely enjoy the works and accomplishments of others and yet if we use others as a benchmark to evaluate ourselves, the jealousy it will bring may reduce our ability to truly cherish the good things that come to others.
From their biography above, its clear that the duos are pure activists and freedom fighters, comparing the two of them on the other hand could be very dangerous because comparisons could cause Jealousness, Jealousness will give birth to Ego and then Pride, All of these could distract this men from their primary assignment.
The duos are great men and active activists fighting for the rights of the People and that's all that matters, therefore there's no need for unnecessary and needless comparisons.
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