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I Really Want To Marry And Have Children – Mohammed, Gani Fawehinmi’s Son

Mohammed Fawehinmi is the first child of late legal luminary, Chief Gani Fawehinmi. After a car accident in 2003, the 47-year-old lost his ability to walk. He told Eric Dumo how the incident changed his life and how he has managed to keep hope alive.
What was it like growing up under the roof of Gani Fawehinmi?
It was like growing up in a military camp. He gave the order and you must comply. You failed to do so and you got thoroughly punished. I particularly have been displaced with any sort of rod that you can imagine. Until the anger in him calmed, he would not stop punishing you. The only time you would offend my father and he let you walk away was whenever he sighted his mother. No matter your offence, he would not punish you once she was there.
Being the first child, my father made sure he disciplined me the most.
Did he groom you differently from the others being the first child and son?Read full interview here.

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