Adeolu Ademoyo

Biblical Position On “Refugees”, “Immigrants” and “Strangers” – Testimony of a Jesuit Priest, By Adeolu Ademoyo

- Fr. James Martin "So using the contemporary definition we can say that among all the refugees that our world has seen were Mary, Joseph and Jesus.” “Jesus, Mary and Joseph knew life as refugees, so let us also begin this encounter within our own families…” - US Conference of…
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Jeffery Ikeaka – Defying the Double Tragedy of the Nigerian Millennial, By Pius Adesanmi

Jeffery Ikeaka is a brilliant and powerful speaker. Extremely articulate. Very well read. Infectious passion for Nigeria. The more he spoke about his vision and dreams and passion and work in Nigeria, the more I heard what he has done in Boko Haram IDP camps and his plans for more…
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Much Ado About Prosecutorial Powers, By Dele Agekameh

The argument against police prosecution goes beyond One only needs to visit a courtroom to observe a police prosecutor in action to understand what this means. There is a growing debate over whether the police should retain their prosecutorial powers. The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is saying that it must…
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Trump’s America and History Through The Perspective of A Catholic Nun, By Adeolu Ademoyo

- American Catholic nun, Joan Chittister ...Is Christianity reconcilable with bigotry, hate, xenophobia and racism if the victims do not look like us? If so, which Christianity is that? Is Christianity living the Gospel of Jesus Christ as we correctly know it or is Christianity an ideology as practiced by…
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Rotimi Amaechi, Abdullahi Ganduje, China: Afoju to Re Cinema, By Pius Adesanmi

Before the Kano announcements by Amaechi and Ganduje, what I would have expected from the Nigerian state is a thorough and complete audit of our loan history with China. You don’t just go about piling up these loans from administration to administration. Apala crooner, Haruna Ishola (not to be confused…
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Donald Trump And the Media: Why Belief Is Not Knowledge, By Adeolu Ademoyo

...in sacrificing fact and truth, Donald Trump is turning personal beliefs to knowledge. This is governance by anecdotes. And this has dire implication for governance, the history and global image of United States and the moral health of the nation and the people. “There was no point in seeking to…
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