Nigeria – What Manner of Leaders, By Ifeanyi Uddin

There is no question but that the quality of our national leadership has deteriorated of late. The consequences of these are particularly telling at the economic level. Despite the roseate statistics favoured by the incumbent administration and its supporters, even they do not deny that the incidence of poverty (however…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

A Time To Make A Choice, By Femi Fani-Kayode

"Islamic conservative clergy are not unusual on either side of the border, but those who do not denounce Boko Haram are suspected of quietly recruiting young men to join the “jihad” (struggle) and fight (and often die) in Nigeria." -- STRATEGY PAGE. =============================== Oh Nigeria, how I feel sorry for…
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You Could Be Praising and Dancing Your Way to Hell [1], By Fred Adetiba

  There was nothing religious about the publicity materials. Although, one gets the idea of a Christian programme, but they did not contain the usual religious clichés of breakthrough, healing, prosperity and miracles. One of the fliers was handed to me on campus, and I promised to attend. As a…
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