Columns

Nigerians and End Of The Year Craze for Money: A Question Of Our Humanity?, By Fred Adetiba

While we should by all means continue to blame the president and our political leadership for our woes, it is important to, from time to time, take a look at the mirror. We do more harm to one another than what our politicians do to us, which is why I…
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Opinion

His Type Is Also Rare: Victor Samson Dugga at 50, By Fred Adetiba

Professor Victor Samson Dugga has touched so many lives. He uses every opportunity he has to impact lives and transform communities. Everywhere he works, he leaves a trail of impacted lives. I could go on and on about the many things I learnt from watching this man closely. The story…
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Opinion

We Voted for Change: the Difference President Buhari Is Not Making (2), By Fred Adetiba

I know it is not easy to lead a country like Nigeria. However, we have examples of countries that were much worse and have much less resources that have come out of the doldrums. Governance is not rocket science. We voted President Buhari and Professor Osinbajo in for a radical…
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Columns

We Voted for Change: The Difference President Buhari Is Not Making (1), By Fred Adetiba

Nigerians need leaders that can inspire loyalty, sacrifice and commitment, not by merely asking that we change but by the efforts they are making to keep Nigeria together and get the country out of the doldrums through bold and audacious policy decisions and actions that are in the interest of…
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Columns

Extreme Pentecostalism and the Rise of Occultic “Pastors”, By Fred Adetiba

The religious structure of Christianity that is popular and all over the place is not the true church of Jesus Christ. The Church of Jesus Christ is the aggregate of believers spread all over the world who are focused on bringing God’s purposes to a finish and are making themselves…
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Columns

A World of Two Parallel Realities: Brexit From a Different Perspective, By Fred Adetiba

While nations are disintegrating across national, racial, economic and geographical boundaries, the saints are coming together, breaking national, racial, geographical and economic boundaries. You may not see this in the religious structure of Christianity that is characterised by sectionalism and denominationalism, but it is certain that God is building His…
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Opinion

The Need for a New Blueprint for Nigeria’s Agricultural Sector, By Fred Adetiba

When we have a comprehensive blueprint as described, detailing enabling policies and regulations, this should be properly made available to the public. It would guide all who are interested in the different areas in the entire production process, which they might consider investing in, while boosting the mechanisation of agriculture,…
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