Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Interesting Nigerian Take On The Culture Of Death

Here's an interesting Nigerian take on the culture of death.
Before we say goodbye
. . . It is yet another pivotal moment in the crisis of life and how to define it. It wasn’t too long ago that South Africa was divided over the fate of American pathologist Jack Kervokian (aka Dr. Death), who in the course of his medical practice assisted as many as 130 patients to die.
. . . In Nigeria, the tendency is to keep someone alive for as long as possible. They must either die by themselves or be killed by someone. more

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