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Opinion

A State’s Welfare Triumphalism And Its Economic Implications, By Aderemi Idowu

The primary objective of a good government is to impact positively on its citizenry through policies and programmes that would have direct bearing on their day-to-day living. Those great men and women that brought about a welfare society must have thought completely out of the box in favour of those…
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Article of Faith

Article of Faith: Unraveling the Mystery of Dreams, By Femi Aribisala

The fact that you saw someone in a dream does not mean the dream is about him.  In 2003, Femi-Kevin’s headmaster sent me an email forecasting that he would fail his GCSE exams because he had done so badly in his mock exams.  I wrote an angry response and asked him:…
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Opinion

Nigeria: A clueless generation, By Sunday Ogidigbo

I don’t blame the people that think that Nigeria is God’s cartoon network. One hundred years after the birth of our nation, we cannot provide the simplest of amenities for our ever growing population. Against this backdrop of gross socioeconomic deficit, the drums were rolled out for a multi-billion Naira…
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Opinion

ELEVATED SIGHT: Dangers of Lagging Behind God’s Agenda [3], By Fred Adetiba

This is the third and concluding part of this series. Kindly follow these links for the part one and two. In the part 2, we established that there is a manifestation of God beyond Pentecostalism, and the failure of Christians to move beyond that has largely been responsible for the…
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