Opinion

His Type Is Rare: Dapo Oyekunle Olorunyomi @ 60, By Frederick Adetiba

...Uncle Dee has kept an open heart for mentoring hundreds of young people across the country. In a clime where there is a paucity of worthy mentors, my generation has been blessed to have Uncle Dee, a rare gem who believes so much in young people. He believes young people…
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Columns

Nigeria’s Humanitarian Crisis: Where Is the Church?, By Frederick Adetiba

While there is no doubt that there would be other Christian organisations, particularly those based in the Northern part that would have been providing support in one form or another, mega Churches who have the resources in terms of money and people have rather been quiet. When I reflect on…
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Columns

Illegal Migration: An Impending Global Crisis, By Frederick Adetiba

This illegal migration is gradually becoming a global crisis which will soon become uncontrollable if urgent steps are not taken. And Africa is contributing more to this crisis than any other region or continent. Irrespective of how we look at it, man is essentially itinerant. It is part of human…
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Columns

A Case For Change In Nigeria, By Fredrick Adetiba  

That the best we can get from the present PDP-led administration at the centre is a maintenance leadership is not in doubt. And what would be maintained is the current reign of impunity, primitive accumulation of wealth (corruption) by a few, polarization of the Nigerian people along ethnic and religious…
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