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Fathers and Nuns: Battling With Nature and Celibacy, By Owei Lakemfa

The reasons for celibacy are quite lofty, but it is time for the Catholic Church to review it by giving its priests and nuns the option of getting married or begetting children if they so wish. The case of other churches show that a priest is not necessarily less dedicated…
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The 2019 Elections: A Call for Caution and Hope, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Let us allow the campaigns to go on peacefully so that Nigerians could make up their minds who they want to vote for in a serene Campaign platforms are churning out survey reports claiming that their candidates would win, and that’s fine. The ultimate choice is that of the voter,…
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HYPPADEC As Victim of Political Exigency: Memo to North Central Governors, By Zainab Suleiman Okino

As at today, HYPPADEC, just like such other important matters mired in political exigency, has become a victim of our askance form of allocation of power and resources. It is a travesty of democratic norms that those who seek public office are shielded from being confronted by the public on…
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Kingsley Moghalu: Nigeria’s Next President, By Femi Aribisala

In the past one year, he has spent a great deal of time criss-crossing Nigeria, bringing hope to the despondent; presenting ideas as weapons; educating our future. Barack Obama was just a first-term senator from Illinois when he had the “audacity of hope” to run for president of the United…
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