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Opinion

Lessons for Nigeria in the Case of the Iranian Billionaire, By Yushau A. Shuaib

Honestly and sincerely I never believed there is endemic corruption in developed countries including United States of America, especially in politics and corporate world, until I read thousands of comments after the execution of Iranian Billionaire, Mahafarid Amir Khosravi, over bank fraud. The execution came after Iran's Supreme Court upheld death sentence…
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Opinion

Boko Haram: Open Letter To Gusau, Dasuki and Abubakar, By Adeolu Ademoyo

Dear Sirs, I am writing to you as a Nigerian Diaspora parent. And I am writing to you in your capacities as the minister of defence (Aliyu Gusau), the Inspector General of Police(Mohammed Abubakar), and the National Security Adviser (Sambo Dasuki) to the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

Boko Haram, Our President and Museveni’s Contempt (Part 1), By Femi Fani-Kayode

Dante Alighieri’s epic 14th century poem titled ‘’Inferno” (which means ‘’hell’’ in Italian) paints a frightful picture that portrays hell as having nine burning circles, each of which is reserved for various categories of offenders. It is a deeply disturbing and troubling depiction of a place that was clearly not designed…
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Article of Faith

Article of Faith: The Abundant Life in Jesus Christ, By Femi Aribisala

Don’t assume the life Jesus came to give is the same life billionaire Bill Gates lives. A farmer was living in a remote village. Every day, he had to walk several miles to the market in another village, carrying his goods on his head. He would start out early before…
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Opinion

Rauf Aregbesola: The Man Who Knows The Responsibility In Power, By Semiu Okanlawon

Those who have encountered the City of Gold: Dubai and the Dream of Capitalism, authored by that former Associated Press’ Correspondent in the Persian Gulf, Jim Krane, would easily reconnect with the story of how that hitherto isolated Village grew to today’s centre of commerce and tourism – a favourite destination…
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Opinion

And Now, the Ecumenical City of Jos?! By Wole Soyinka

This was how I knew Jos from childhood – the ecumenical heart of Nigerian humanity. It was this distinct, all-embracing character that family and friends rhapsodized about the city and her laid-back disposition, as they returned home for periodic family reunions, trading sorties, and seasonal festivals. There were no strangers…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

Fani-Kayode: The Hate Preacher and His Imaginary Audience, By Gimba Kakanda

In all my playful attempts to pan the gimmicks of former presidential aide and minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, in social media, I was advised to redirect my interest to more profitable contributions to public discourse. A politically isolated man, clearly incapable of protecting the electoral deposit of any serious people or…
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