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There Is A Future For Us Beyond the Orangutans, By Pius Adesanmi

You have to constantly own the right to project into a future when we would have won the battle and there would be real, 21st-century human beings in a credible 21st-century Senate who are there for their constituents. When this happens, what will you do about the precedent you are…
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Thoughts on President Buhari’s Medical Advice to Nigerians, By Pius Adesanmi

A citizen who reads that he or she is being advised to get medical care in crumbled and ramshackle clinics and hospitals by a President just returning from a publicly-funded medical safari in London is also sick because such a citizen has just been emotionally and psychologically violated. From what…
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Federalism Is Doing Like This, By Pius Adesanmi

With virtually every state in Nigeria seizing the opportunity of a moribund and directionless centre to further bastardise the already bastardised federalism we practice, it is little surprise that even at the centre, federalism and governance are understood essentially as unbridled chaos and impunity. One of the more curious consequences…
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If You Can Destroy One Street Light Without Consequences…, By Pius Adesanmi

...in a society where you can destroy a street light with zero consequences because you are a big man, you can also steal N200 billion meant for special intervention in Universities without PREMIUM TIMES reports that due to rampant abuse and corruption, President Buhari has ordered the scrapping of special…
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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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