Guest Columns

The President Nigeria Needs In 2015, By Idongesit Mbat       

In every democratic state, a time comes when citizens file out to elect their president. Come 2015, all things being equal, this democratic ritual will take place in Nigeria. Nigerians and the rest of the world have expressed both hopes and fears for 2015. Many predictions have also been made…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Nigerian Presidency and Its Defence of Ayo Oritsejafor, By Adeolu Ademoyo

On Sunday October 12, 2014 more than a month after the CAN’s president and founder of The World of Life Bible Church, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor’s private jet was involved in the illegal transfer of $ to South Africa, the Nigerian presidency sent its Senior Special Assistant on Public Communication, Mr.…
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“It Is Practiced In The Church” Does Not Make It Godly [2], By Frederick Adetiba

Find the Part 1 here The feet washing exercise conducted by Jesus Christ was meant to demonstrate to us how to lead as Kingdom people. Unfortunately, we have left the essence of that exercise and embraced the actual practice for our own different reasons. From my experience, the reason given…
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Overstaying in the Boys’ Quarters of Power, By Gimba Kakanda

Very few history textbooks are as depressing as the records of Nigeria's transition from a young independent nation to this pseudo-democratic chaos that is the product of half a century of conflicts of interests among the ruling elite. In their construction of this entity with the bricks of the very…
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Nigeria’s New Era in Political Corruption, By Erasmus Ikhide

PRESIDENT Goodluck Jonathan - most recently - has been laureled by an emotive media enthusiast. Prof Femi Aribisala has garbed him with borrowed robes as the long awaited Messiah. Characters like Aribisala and other social predators-in-chief are unwilling to let Nigerians into the stinking vouch of president Jonathan arc. But…
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