While calling the nation attention to the sorry state of the house, Ojudu wrote that the house is highlighted reasons why the building is historical and should not be allowed to fall just like that.
In his words: “This is the house where Fela Anikulapo Kuti , the one who had death in his pouch and will never die was born, the most famous musician Nigeria and Africa gave to the world.
“This is the house where Professor Olikoye Ransome Kuti was born. Olikoye was that academic and former Minister Of Health who was service personified. He was a man who dedicated his life and service to child mortality , a man who carried his bag on his shoulder and sold oral rehydration to Nigerians and the rest of the world with the passion you can only find in the hawkers of medicines in Molue buses.
“This is the house where Beko Ransome Kuti, the taciturn , pint sized revolutionary, medical doctor and unionist was born. Beko fought for democracy at the risk of his life and was jailed many times for his belief.