Femi Fani-Kayode

Malaysian Airlines and The Slaughter Of Innocent Souls‎, By Femi Fani-Kayode

Whoever shot down Malaysian Airline flight MH 17 that was carrying innocent civilians through the skies of eastern Ukraine on it's way from Amsterdam to Melbourne has indulged in an act of exceptional barbarity. This was a horrendous act of pure savagery and evil. The consequences of indulging in such…
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Elevated Sight

Serving the Unknown God [4], by Frederick Adetiba

While some people are satisfied playing games with their spiritual life, there are others who sincerely love God but whose spiritual development is stunted as result of deficient knowledge of the God. If everything you know about God is what your Pastor said, without a personal relationship with Him then…
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Article of Faith

Article of Faith: The Sacrifice of Fools, By Femi Aribisala

To sacrifice the valuable, Jesus would have had to give up his eternal life in heaven. God said to the Israelites: “What do I care about incense from Sheba or sweet calamus from a distant land? Your burnt offerings are not acceptable; your sacrifices do not please me.” (Jeremiah 6:20).…
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Opinion

Different Shades of a National Identity, By Hussaina Ishaya Audu

Recently in the United Kingdom, there has been a great deal of talk about what exactly it means to be British.  The conversation sparked off by Operation Trojan Horse in Birmingham schools, led to investigations by Ofsted which uncovered plans by the Park View Educational Trust to expand its influence…
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Columns

Breaking the Nigerian Higher Education Code (Part 1), By Akanimo Odon

A system used for brevity or secrecy of communication, in which arbitrarily chosen words, letter or symbols are assigned definite meaning – that’s how the dictionary describes the word code. This speaks more or less of some complex item or situation requiring ingenuity to decipher. You now must wonder why…
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Columns

In Defence of Priesthood From Pastor Adeboye to Father Kukah, By Oke Ikeogu

Like Ebenezer Obadare, I am not one of those Nigerians who consider “men of God” – as some refer to Christian clergymen in our country – to be beyond reproach. When you question the actions of such men, even those that seem to contradict scripture, you’re wont to hear their…
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