Opinion

Our Sista In Texas: Coronavirus Fallacies, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

How professional could a doctor be to declare highly-respected doctors and scientists fake? Between our sista and Dr. Fauci, who do I believe on the information about COVID-19? The choice is clear. Dr. Fauci talks science, the other talks politics. We need science to save us from this mortal enemy,…
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Opinion

Bette Catoe Strudwick: Medicine Was Once About Saving Lives, Not Money, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

Health care should be between patients and their doctors, and not all the other people making money from it now in our country. The philosophy of medicine in my younger years was to treat patients and make their lives better. Now, it’s more of a business. Doctors felt it was…
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Columns

The Market and the Invisible Hand of Coronavirus, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

Coronavirus, which causes COVID-19,  probably has never heard of this invisible hand theory. In fact, scientists say the virus is not even a living thing. Yet, it has become a real invisible hand affecting the market, controlling the forces of demand and supply, skewing them this way and that, rewarding…
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Opinion

Age, Finally, Got Some (COVID) Respect, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

It is a small step, but the kind of mindfulness and consideration about age displayed by grocery stores and pharmacies must be commended. In spite of the vanities and denials of a youth-glorifying society, it shows that some humanity and care for old age still lies somewhere. In the end,…
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Columns

Enoch Adeboye’s Legacy: Redeem STEM?, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

RCCG could produce some of the best scientists and scientific research in the world within its ranks if it so wishes, and the person capable of creating that vision and infrastructure is no less a man than the mathematician who has the intellectual sagacity and organisational skills to expand the…
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Columns

Developing Africa: Olúfémi Táíwò and the Project of Modernity, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

A Yoruba proverb says if same-mother siblings enter a room to have a heart-to-heart talk and come out smiling, they have not told each other the truth. This manifesto is the unvarnished truth about the state of our continent and how to remedy the maladies. Africa’s problems are not unique…
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Columns

Of Luigi Di Maio and Macron’s ‘Civilisational Problems’, By Bunmi Fatoye-Matory

The real civilisational problem is the ungodly culture of exploitation that Macron and his elite peers inherited from their ancestors, which continues to impoverish and dehumanise Africans. It’s a vice-like grip on the throats of Africans, just like Dracula, sucking the life blood of the people to nourish the much-advertised…
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