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Christmas And Being Christ-like: A Call For Person

Friday, December 25, 2020
Anyone who cares to read or to hear about the conception, and the life and time of Jesus will agree to the significance of the celebration of his birth; notwithstanding your religious affiliation, stance, ideology or philosophy. Although we may differ in our perception and interpretation of his grea ...

2020 : What a Year!

Friday, December 25, 2020
The dying ember of 2020 is a reminder of fiction taking the shape of reality. It was simply imagination mingling with memory invoking the imagery of doomsday scenario, which according to biblical scholars shall mark the end of the world. I am talking about the almighty coronavirus otherwise chris ...

Adeyeye's Swag '23 And The "common Front For The Yorùbá Race" -a Rejoinder To Fe

Wednesday, December 23, 2020
I have just finished reading the article by one of the most brilliant minds in Journalism, Festus Adedayo entitled Tinubu, run Please, run It is an article that another seminally brilliant mind, Dr. Akin Fapohunda, has characterised as being of Epic genre. I feel compelled to react to this leg ...

The Nigeria North With Insecurity And The Nigeria State

Wednesday, December 23, 2020
No doubt, security is a great concern everywhere in the world and Nigeria being a member of the global community is having her share of the menace. Nations allocate a large chunk of tax payers monies to security which literary is the protection of life and properties and the maintenance of law and o ...

On National Debt Getting Out of Control: El-Rufai Walk Your Talk on Restructurin

Wednesday, December 16, 2020
Ordinarily, as His Excellency Mallam Nasiru El-Rufai, the governor of Kaduna State is neither the president nor finance minister, one would not task him on the frightening reality of rising national debt. So, this exception to the rule is because as a public figure he has become more forthcoming tha ...

Are Nigerians Preparing For The Second Coming Of Covid-19?

Monday, December 14, 2020
When in the month of April this year, Dr. Gregory Poland, a Mayo Clinic expert expressed concerns about second wave of COVID-19, one may not be wrong to opine that his advice was not heeded in this part of the world, particularly as he raised his concerns in faraway USA. It is not an exaggeration to ...

Muddled Democracy

Friday, December 11, 2020
Watch the company you keep and don't roll with a pig. You may whitewash it as much as you may, in the mud still, it shall roll. Why bother to clean the unclean, when its home is the swamp? Why give your prized jewel to swine, who will gl ...

The man from Katsina

Sunday, December 6, 2020
I remember decades ago reading Adaora Lily Ulasi 39;s work, Many Thing You No Understand, when I read the work, who would have thought about the strange happenings in my nation Nigeria, Adaora who passed on in 2016 also wrote Many Thing Begin for Change, and The Ma ...

Lessons From The Undisputed Iron Mike Tyson!

Monday, November 30, 2020
I am so proud of Mike Tyson right now He is such an inspiration. Here is a man who emerged the youngest boxing heavy weight champion of the world at the age of 20 He dealt with everything including the pressure that came with being in the spotlight at such a young age. He earned millions of dollar ...

Congratulation Ahmed Abiy for winning the war on Tigray, Will youTake Care of th

Sunday, November 29, 2020
Congratulations Ahmed Abiy for winning the war on Tigray. You have correctly destructed an ethiopian facade of the out-dated but ever recurring political vice of fragmentation. A vice that has always haunted Africa like the hideous hobgoblin from the netherworld. This is the same vice that made us t ...
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