Femi Fani-Kayode

Boko Haram: What I would do in fighting the good fight if I were President, By Femi Fani-Kayode

Blessed be the name of the Most High God, the God whose I am and the God whom I serve. Blessed be His holy name forever. I thank the presiding Bishop of this great Church for honouring me in this way and giving me the opportunity to share a few…
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Guest Columns

Reflections on Independence and Presidential Silences, By Yinka Tella

On Saturday, May 17 on this same hallowed grounds, the Coalition of Concerned Nigerians in South Florida (CONSFLO) organized a rally christened #MiamiDemandsOurGirlsBackNow as part of the worldwide #BringBackOurGirls movement in support of the 276 plus girls who were kidnapped by terrorists in Borno State, Nigeria on April 15, 2014.…
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Guest Columns

Belgian embassy, please release my passport, By Adebayo Waidi

Till present, I have really had no cause to travel beyond the African continent but the prospect of a seven months leadership training course in Systemic Change that involved online lectures and three physical meets including one in Brussels, Belgium was a game changer. After the application and selection period…
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Friday Sermon

[Friday Sermon] Taking care of women and parents as role model, By Imam Murtada Gusau

First Sermon: In the name of Allah, the compassionate, the merciful All praise is due to Allah as is befitting to Him. I bear witness that there is no deity save Allah, having no partners and any associates and that Muhammad is His servant and Messenger. May the peace and…
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Issues of the Day

An Intuitive Repulsion, By Hussaina Ishaya Audu

“When Federico Zeri and Evelyn Harrison and Thomas Hoving and Georgios Dontas-and all the others- looked at the kouros and felt an “intuitive repulsion,” they were absolutely right. In the first two seconds of looking-in a single glance-they were able to understand more about the essence of the statue than…
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