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Guest Columns

Presidential Infirmity: the Futility of Cameo, By Louis Odion

...how a glass-fragile fakir, earlier wildly speculated by busybodies to be vegetating at the point of incapacitation - if not death, suddenly summoned the extraordinary athleticism to pull off such a feat in physiological vitality is still a mystery, even at this writing. It was stuff only expected in the…
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University as Domain of Sadducees and Philistines, By Owei Lakemfa

The NUC and the Federal Ministry of Education have the duty to call the Covenant University to order and ensure that it runs as a proper university respecting academic freedom, culture and truthfulness. The Covenant University, Sango Ota is, like most of the private universities established by religious missions, one…
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The Politics and Ideology of Genocide, By Owei Lakemfa

There will always be reasons to justify genocide. However, it is for humanity to reject genocide, no matter its claimed justification; it is a crime perpetrated against humanity. The Republic of South Sudan, the young, land-locked African country which became independent of Sudan on July 9, 2011 is edging closer…
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Yuri Gagarin: the Man Who Led the Way, By Owei Lakemfa

The United Nations later set aside April 12 as the International Day of Human Space Flight. Gagarin became a symbol of the indomitable human spirit. A spec of humanity, mainly in aviation, on April 12, marked the gagantuan achivement of a “shortish” man, Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin. It was the fifty…
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