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Tolani Baj shares thoughts on Presidential aspirant Olasubomi Okeowo in New Vlog | Watch on BN TV

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A few days ago, presidential aspirant Olasubomi Okeowo was a guest On The Couch with Falz & Laila, a feature that went viral.

In her latest vlog, Tolani Baj shares her thoughts on some of the things he said.

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4 Comments

  1. by_stander

    August 23, 2018 at 8:20 pm

    every time i hear something on this guy and remember that he studied law, i just bust out laughing.

    • Dayo

      August 24, 2018 at 6:04 am

      @BYSTANDER, I hear that Nelson Mendela also studied law. LOL!

    • by_stander

      August 25, 2018 at 3:31 pm

      Hey there Dayo,

      here is fuller picture.

      “Mandela began studying law at the University of the Witwatersrand, where he was the only black African student and FACED RACISM. There, he befriended LIBERAL and communist European, Jewish, and Indian students, among them Joe Slovo and Ruth First. Becoming INCREASINGLY POLITICISED, in August 1943 Mandela marched in support of a successful bus boycott to reverse FARE RISES.”

      What does this tell you about Mandela and Law Institutions?

      1) Regardless of what you believe, they can propagate the worst state of mankind – its a status quo institution that you can not expect things to change unless you force them to change.

      2) Very few liberal minds exist in their population and or they make up the minority. this explains why they are predisposed to propagate infringement on inalienable rights of human beings (i.e the worse state of mankind)

      3) It is also why i don’t think lawyers can make good leaders in any context cause to be a good leader in favour of inalienable rights of humans would be to go against the core of being a lawyer.

      Hell if we had a bill of rights clearly stating and protecting all inalienable rights of human beings what would we still need lawyers for?

      But now it looks more and more like you cant even breathe air without needing a lawyer or an accountant.

      Both Lawyers (Trading in inalienable rights of people) and Accountants (Monopoly on elementary school addition and subtraction) are professions that are outdated in my opinion. But at the very least we need to re-orientate lawyers and put in a check in the extensive powers they have created for themselves, Especially in this 20k minimum wage society where unchecked powers have created monopolies for lawyers and accountants in our laws and policies by infringing on the inalienable rights of human beings.

      This man is a lawyer that has spoken his mind which correlates with the current state of affairs in our 20k minimum wage society or atleast where it is headed to thanks to bad laws and policies that would have never seen the light of day without the oversight of lawyers..

      Which is the same way lawyers spoke their minds and treated Mandela while studying law in a racist South Africa.

  2. Tems

    August 23, 2018 at 11:00 pm

    This man is going go be a problem

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