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14
Sep

BEAT DOWN THE MOUNT OF CORRUPTION

Written by Amb. Saintly F. Ovbiagele .

It is truly evident that Righteousness exalts a nation and wickedness brings a nation to nothing. The words of God have never change as it remain the only standard known world over and a yardstick for judgment among the sons of men. It is therefore, the spiritual rule of law that man and nations surely shall reap from what they sowed. Add a comment

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19
Jul

Igbo-Jews of Nigeria Study and Practise Judaism

Written by IGHO OYOYO, LEADERSHIP.

Many Igbo, while practicing Christianity, nonetheless self-identify as Jews. This phenomenon dates back to the late 18th century, when the Igbo encountered Christianity, were introduced to the Bible, and observed similarities between their native customs and those of the ancient Hebrews. Add a comment

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18
Jun

NIGERIAN YOUTHS WITH THE NIGERIAN POLITICS

Written by Sunday Moshood.

The popular saying: ‘children (or youths) are the leaders of tomorrow’, is nothing new in the diverse ears of the Nigerian youths. Personally, I was familiar with it right from when I was a primary school pupil. We (the youths) definitely knows for sure that, we will be the leaders in the nearest future because the presently older ones would surely grow old and leave the various posts which they presently occupy. But wait, what should we do now that our bloods are still warm? Add a comment

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24
Feb

Pope’s resignation and future of the Church

Written by Orji Kalu.

News of the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI (born Joseph Ratzinger) has been everywhere. He is the second non-Italian pope after Pope John Paul II to hold office. But beyond the news of his resignation, there is one palpable fear: What future does the Catholic Church have after the exit of Pope Benedict? Even though some commentators have tried to gloss over this fear, it is real. Add a comment

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24
Feb

Is Nigeria a failed state?

Written by Mike Ikhariale.

The recent declaration by Nigeria’s foremost constitutional law theorist, Prof Ben Nwabueze, that the Nigerian State is manifesting symptoms of failure which then drew the ire and unnecessary verbal tirade of the Special Assistant to the President on publicity, Dr. Doyin Okupe,  are  actually tell-tale signs that all is not well with the polity. Add a comment

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