The North’s Power Game And The South’s Disarray – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer

Nigeria is at an inflection point. It’s becoming even more febrile with the politics of 2023 elections already playing out in high octane. That’s a pivotal year that could determine …

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What Can Nigeria Learn From Afghanistan? – Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

What Can Nigeria Learn From Afghanistan? – Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer   I began my studies for master’s and licentiate degrees in theology at the Dominican University College in Ottawa, …

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A Short Response To Omokri’s Recycled Arianism – By Fr. Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

Reno Omokri is a well-known political commentator who, from time to time, makes incursions into theology, and who, in recent times, has been recycling an old thesis that Scripture does …

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Still On The 1999 Constitution – By Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

Still On The 1999 Constitution – By Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer The subtitle of Richard Bourne’s book, Nigeria: A New History of a Turbulent Century, sums up the story of …

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Nigeria Truly Needs True Federalism – By Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

Nigeria Truly Needs True Federalism – By Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer In his article in This Day, published on June 13, 2021 and entitled, “’True Federalism’ and other Fallacies”, Simon …

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THE MAN WHO LIVES IN A BUBBLE – NOSA IGIEBOR, Guest Writer

JUNE 12 is supposed to symbolize and celebrate Nigeria’s third political experiment with democracy. But last Saturday, the essence of that special day was roundly desecrated. The police and other …

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Nigeria’s Second Civil War – By Fr. Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

It is clearly evident that Nigeria is at war. It is a second civil war. The north is not safe, and the east has become a no-go area. The west …

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MAD MEN AND SPECIALISTS – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer

MAD MEN AND SPECIALISTS – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer Only insane people do insane things and are consistent in their abnormal behaviour. So we thought. Until Nigeria invented its …

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Fok sa Chanje: Like Haiti, Like Nigeria – By Fr. Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

I have chosen to go to Haiti to find the caption for this week’s column.  Haiti, an island in the Caribbean, is the first black nation to attain independence from …

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THE BEAUTIFICATION OF JAGABAN – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer

Nigeria is bleeding dangerously and inexorably falling apart. But the urgency of the moment, when the country is virtually leaderless as myriad groups of criminals overwhelm the state, hasn’t stopped …

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