Opinion

Southern Kaduna Killings: A Word For Governor El-Rufai (1), By Erasmus Ikhide

Governor Nasir El-Rufai has the option to prove his leadership by putting an end to the unremitting campaign of terrorism and needless genocide in the north. His sort of urbane disposition, education, enlightenment, exposure, and experience - hardly seen among the current crops of northern governors - is needed to…
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Editorial

EDITORIAL: Nigeria Must Not Transform the Shiites Into Enemies

Nigeria is a multi-religious country in which the two main faiths, Christianity and Islam, are sub-divided into numerous sects and groups, not all of which accept each other. Our Constitution protects all of them by guaranteeing religious freedom. Any attempt to deprive any religious group from the freedom to practice…
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Opinion

Sokoto’s Religious Moderation Is Rich Lesson To A Troubled World, By Aminu Waziri Tambuwal

As bequeathed to us by our founding fathers, Sokoto is committed strongly to increasing mutual understanding, keeping good relations with others, and working to keep our community and our nation safe. We believe the world can learn a lot from us in areas like communal harmony, religious understanding, and tolerance…
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Opinion

Justice For Mrs. Agbaheme, While Getting Rid Of the Shekaus Amongst Us, By Ahmed Oluwasanjo

...this unfortunate incidence is a pointer to the fact we cannot start to rejoice that Shekau and his hosts have been defeated when we still have deadly zealots among us who could heartlessly seek to pass away their criminal acts of murder under the guise of religion. There are many…
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