Emmanuel Onwubiko: When a good man dies

Two years exactly since the earthly departure of a phenomenal Nasarawa State born Christian leader, preacher, Evangelizer and community mobiliser Reverend Dauda Fadi Negin, the second year anniversary has seen me been confronted by historical circumstances to write on the topic of death, which philosophers and theologians believe is the necessary end to man’s existence on the planet earth while other scholars see death as a taboo which man hardly remembers to reflect on.

Benedict Spinoza, one of the best-known philosophers in our modern period saw death as a topic which mankind does not cherish to reflect on.

In a celebrated proposition of etica (Ethics), Spinoza affirmed thus: “Of no other thing does man have less thought of than of death; his wisdom remains not in the…

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