OBLIGED TO DECIDE, By Rev. Father (Prof.) Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer

At the beginning of a new year, let us avoid being distracted by “prophecies”. Let us, instead, bear this in mind: human beings cannot run away from making choices. We …

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Christmas 2020 – Gladness in Darkness, By Fr. Anthony Akinwale

Christmas 2020 – Gladness in Darkness, By Fr. (Prof.) Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer It has been tough this year.  But the joyful celebration of the birth of the Son of …

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WHEN WILL BUHARI STAND UP? – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer

WHEN WILL BUHARI STAND UP? – By Nosa Igiebor, Guest Writer At a time the country is severely challenged on all fronts, Muhammadu Buhari, the president who’s not a president, …

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THERE ONCE WAS A COUNTRY, By Nosa Igiebor

THERE ONCE WAS A COUNTRY, By Nosa Igiebor – Guest Writer “For Nigeria, this is a critical juncture. With the contraction in GDP that could happen this year, Nigeria’s per …

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Elimination of Violence Against Women – Achieving the UN Goal, By Michael Olusegun Babajide

Elimination of Violence Against Women – Achieving the UN Goal, By Michael Olusegun Babajide, Guest Writer On December 17, 1999, the United Nations General Assembly designated November 25 as the …

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TRUMP’S NIGERIAN WAILING WAILERS – By NOSA IGIEBOR 

TRUMP’S NIGERIAN WAILING WAILERS – By NOSA IGIEBOR    It’s now official. Nigeria has slid into another recession after two consecutive quarters of economic contraction. Hardly surprising. Even those who’re not …

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When Africans Divinize Their Kings – By Rev. (Prof.) Anthony Akinwale

When Africans Divinize Their Kings – By Rev. (Prof.) Anthony Akinwale, Guest Writer Let me begin by saying this article may not win me many friends. But here is a …

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A SAD END FOR THE DONALD – BY NOSA IGIEBOR

A SAD END FOR THE DONALD – BY NOSA IGIEBOR So what happened to The Donald? Well, he got beaten very “biggly” by the man he derisively dubbed “Sleepy Joe” …

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Unforgettable Injustice: Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa, By Owens Wiwa

Unforgettable Injustice: Remembering Ken Saro-Wiwa   By Owens Wiwa Martin Luther King, Jr., reminded us that “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice.” Twenty-five years …

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FROM A PROMISING GIANT TO A FEEBLE DWARF – By Nosa Igiebor

FROM A PROMISING GIANT TO A FEEBLE DWARF – By Nosa Igiebor Freedom is sweet if you know what to do with it. Nigeria became free sixty years ago with …

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