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NDLEA boss describes Desmond Tutu as non-violent revolutionist

By Esther Kalu

The Chairman/Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Mohamed Marwa (Retd) has described the late South African Nobel Laureate and Archbishop Emeritus, Desmond Tutu as a titanic figure of non-violent struggle, human rights and evangelism.

According to Marwa who is a former Nigerian High Commissioner to South Africa stated that the renowned clergyman would be remembered for his stand against apartheid in his country through non-violent means similar to Mahatma Gandhi’s approach in India.

The NDLEA boss expressed his condolences through a statement released on the force social media page on Monday.

While commiserating with Tutu’s family, the Christendom, the people and government of South Africa, Marwa said the world will surely miss the Arch as he was fondly called as the last of a kind.

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