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Dribbling Johnson on Brexit and Trump In Syria, By Owei Lakemfa

Political leaders tend to copy the dribblers; dribbling their nations. But quite often, these end up dribbling themselves and even playing themselves out of power. One of the largest religions in the world is football. It is also the most non-sectarian of the lot. At the heart of football are…
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A Postmortem On Dele Giwa’s Mangled Body, By Festus Adedayo

Since that dark Sunday morning on October 19, 1986 when renowned journalist, Dele Giwa, was parcel-bombed by God-knows-who, Nigerian journalism, Nigeria and the government-journalism relationship have not recovered from that nightmarish experience. And in diverse regards. First, because it was a novel manner of assassination, the killing of Giwa opened…
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Hofstede’s Culture’s Consequences: A Review In the Nigerian Context (1), By Rafiq Raji

To feel shame requires that your actions and thinking are against the background of an audience; real or imagined. If your sense of purpose is otherwise, based on something genuine, like your own satisfaction, shame is an emotion you cannot feel; that is, with respect to failure, etc. The purpose…
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The Rights Of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) On Muslims, By Murtadha Gusau

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful All praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and may the peace and blessings be on the most noble of Prophets and Messengers, our Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him), and on his family and all of his Companions. To…
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