Guest Columns

Is The South African Media Telling The Truth About T.B. Joshua? By Marelise Van der Merwe

I must confess I don’t often attempt to order my eclectic myriad of ruminations into words, especially on such a sensitive, sorrowful issue. As a patriotic South African, I am still trying to come to terms with the tragic incident that veiled our country in a cloak of sadness this…
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Guest Columns

This Africa’s Bleeding Must Stop, By Nachilala Nkombo

Perhaps, the greatest injustice of (Africans’) lives is that we have some of the world’s poorest people living on top of some of the world’s richest natural resources. Historically, this was the norm as slavery, colonialism, neo-colonialism and other “isms” aimed at robbing and impoverishing the world’s poorest countries. Today,…
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A Northern Christian Presidential Candidate For The APC, By Femi Aribisala

The fact that Nigeria is a country with some 350 ethnic groups makes it imperative that we must always be politically mindful of ethnic, religious and regional considerations. Failure to do this on the idealistic grounds that the quality of our public officials is more important than their ethnic and…
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Elections 2015: Of Cats and Kites, By Jibrin Ibrahim

Governors Sule Lamido and Muazu Babangida Aliyu have failed to bell the Jonathan cat. It turned out that they are lily-livered, chicken, cowards and without balls. In March last year, Governor Aliyu had presented himself as the leader of the Northern Governors who had in his possession a signed commitment…
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