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Femi Fani-Kayode

Boko Haram, Jonathan and the Northern Elders, By Femi Fani-Kayode

"Mr. President has failed woefully to protect the lives and property of the Nigerian people." On May 4, Abubakar Shekau, the leader of Boko Haram, proclaimed: "I am going to marry out any woman who is twelve-years-old, and if she is younger, I will marry her out at the age…
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Opinion

Chibok, Jonathan, Abba Moro and the Hearts of Darkness, By Adeolu Ademoyo

Two tragic events and moral acts have defined our moral world in the last few weeks. The death of Nigerian youths and the moral failure of the Nigerian state to take responsibility. The death of South Korean youths and the promptness of the South Korean state in taking responsibility. In…
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Elevated Sight

You Could Be Praising and Dancing Your Way To Hell [2], By Fredrick Adetiba

I promised to intimate you with the outcome of my eventual communication with the ‘apostle’ of ‘once saved, forever saved’ message on my campus, and also look at more scriptural passages that invalidate that doctrine. If you are just joining us, I advice you start with the part one of…
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Opinion

Contracting Public Security With a Sense of Justice, By Seember Nyager

Nigerian Security Agencies have begun to insist that Security is everyone’s business. At the latest Presidential Media Chat, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria expressed the need for the army of ordinary people to have access to relevant information on security operations. The Nigerian Foreign Affairs Minister recently…
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