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U CRITIC REVEALS: WHAT WOULD YOU BE REMEMBERED FOR? (A Clarion Call for Leadership Struggle) By IMASUEN O. KELLY (Fin Sec, NAESS)

WHAT WOULD YOU BE REMEMBERED FOR?
(A Clarion Call for Leadership Struggle)
By IMASUEN O. KELLY (Fin Sec, NAESS)
Over the years, it has become so clear that men and women
who held to their belief and conviction so dear either positively or negatively, are most honoured and remembered when they are dead than when they were alive.
Somebody has said "if a handful of the people that came for a Man's burial were around him when he /she was alive, probably he wouldn't have died."
I have found this to be true in utmost sense . it seems to me that when death finally comes, it brings with it heroism and ultimate accomplishment.
For instance lots of folks criticized, loved and even hated Michael Jackson when he was alive, he had series of law suits, abuses, disrespect, admiration praises and accolades from many, but statistics has it that social media such Facebook, Twitter, Google, and others just could not handle the traffic and search that came worldwide about micheal Jackson, when he died. Twitter, for instance, shut down, Google had the highest number of search. Everyone wanted a piece ofof Michael Jackson. According to 2013 Forbes report, Jackson was the highest earning dead celebrity.
Also, Martin Luther King Jr, became a global figure after his assassination, Malcoln x, Adolf Hitler and many more. Despite what they stood for, heroism was conferred on them after death . they were just another crusader or activist when alive, but became statues and symbols of honour.
My fellow comrades holding offices in whatsoever cadre, what pains me so much about these heros, is the remembrance after death. On the other hand, it gladdens my heart when I see the likes of Nelson Mandela of South Africa, Billy Graham and other being celebrated while they were still alive. In depth study, mediation and researches proves that there are top 3 reasons for this phenomenon;
1. The Ultimate Form Of Sacrifice Is Death:         Death are cheap, anyone can do that, beliefs are great only few has this, to die for one's belief is rare, only few can attempt this.
     It is also believed that "if you haven't found something to die for, life is not worth living." A lot of people out there have dreams. There are also lots of activist for different motives, some are for personal gain and others  are for changes; like the popular celebrity Innocent Idibia (popularly known as 2 Baba) who was confronted with resistance and life realities and had to pull back by embracing compromise. Similarly, human are naturally self centered to see the grave of someone who dies for a collective struggle.its a sight of itself and a mark of heroism in its truest form .
When Prof. Festus Iyayi died in the struggle for the freedom and betterment of tertiary institution if Nigeria. He was regarded as a hero, so also was Martin Luther King Jr and others. Death is the ultimate price and to pay such a price is the purest sign of true conviction.
2. People Consider a Person An hero if he stands as a symbol of inspiration to them:                                When one holds tenacity to a belief, over time he inspires "The Belief Ability" in others. Others who see him are curious to why such a person holds dear this belief that is attracted to them. To such persons, " to strongly belief makes others belief in that belief"
Adolf Hitler strongly believed in his conviction that he swayed a nation to his way of thinking. Belief and intense focus have a way of pulling  the human soul to a particular direction.
3. Persons are Looking for an Anchor to be used as reference for also holding on to a belief.
From person research when the leader of a group is killed as a result of the group's belief, it somehow strengthens the group, the bond becomes stronger. The dead leader becomes immortalized and an unusual resolution is birthed. Nothing inspires even a chicken heart like seeing someone grouped hold a conviction till death.
Great UNIBEN Student, Galaxies of intellectuals, leaders of various groups, death is a price everyone must pay irrespective of your age status or complexion and even religion, be ashamed to die without winning victory for humanity.
This Article was written to inspire concerned individuals not for everybody but for somebody who sees legacy, justice, liberty, fairness, purpose, belief as the only reason for existence here on planet earth.
I LOVE YOU ALL
FROM YOUR FRIEND, BROTHER
COMR. IMASUEN KELLY. O.
Financial Secretary (NAESS)
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