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Nigeria’s Third Mahdi and the Last of the Amalekite Kings, By Femi Fani-Kayode

The heavy yoke of the last of the Amalekite kings must be broken. The rulership of the third and last Mahdi must be brought to an end in a free and fair election. That is the challenge that we face today. Forgive me for my curious silence over the last…
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Of Herdsmen from Hell: An Interesting Conversation With An Old Friend, By Femi Fani-Kayode

"I acknowledge the fact that it happens in the core North too but if the leaders and people of the core North can live with it, the rest of us They have a duty to fight it and to put a stop to it more than anyone else because these…
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A Boiling Southern Cauldron and The Insults Of The Northern Governors, By Femi Fani-Kayode

The insulting warning to the South from the 19 Northern governors just the other day made matters worse. That contribution did not help to calm the storm but instead it has further frayed nerves. Simply put the Northern governors have rubbed raw salt into our Southern wounds. Last week I…
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The National Grazing Reserve Bill: The Greatest Evil Of All, By Femi Fani-Kayode

When you create a conflict which has its roots in religion, ethnicity, land rights, the attempt to marginalise, dominate, subjugate and conquer others and the quest for liberation and freedom from slavery and bondage all mixed into one, you are toying with a conflagration that will not only be simply…
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The Murder of the Fulani: Yugoslavia Unfolding?, By Femi Fani-Kayode

Is it not clear to those in power that when a people are convinced that their government is no longer impartial in any conflict and that the security agencies of that government have been directed to go out of their way to actively and openly support those that constantly and…
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