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Guest Columns

Between an ATM and a Marker of Identity, By Nengak Daniel Gondyi

A national identity card actually serves only a single function across the globe; it identifies the bearer as a citizen of the country that issues the card. Having been so identified, the bearer goes on to receive the three core bundles which come with citizenship namely: sets of rights to…
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Femi Fani-Kayode

The Grave Allegations Of Stephen Davis, By Femi Fani-Kayode

I read, in the August 29 edition of Thisday Newspaper, the grave allegations made by an Australian by the name of Mr. Stephen Davis about those that he believes are behind Boko Haram. He made some very serious allegations; he mentioned names and I would be interested in seeing the…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Ebola Virus And The Challenge of African Modernity, By Adeolu Ademoyo

The rapid spread of Ebola virus across West Africa has again raised the question of our disposition to the modern and modernity in the evolution of African societies. Also, Ebola has become a metaphor for the possibility of the extinction of a race. A brief clarification is needed. “Modern” is…
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Article of Faith

ARTICLE OF FAITH: The keys of the kingdom of heaven, by Femi Aribisala

God, our Father, is merciful. Once we repent, he immediately forgives us; provided we also forgive others. Jesus says: “If you forgive men their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.” (Matthew 6:14-15).…
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Issues of the Day

Issues Around Tom Ikimi’s Famous Letter of Resignation, By Edwin Ikhinmwin

On August 27, the news media widely published the press statement issued by Chief Tom Ikimi announcing his resignation from the All Progressive Congress – APC. In the statement, Chief Ikimi chronicled his stewardship in the APC and his hard work towards the formation of the party. He further discussed…
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Guest Columns

Heeding The Ebola Wake Up Call, By Mbasekei Martin Obono

The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa and mostly the few cases established in Nigeria has thrown up a few conspiracy theories. Proponents of these conspiracies believe that America introduced Ebola in Africa in order to penetrate the African market through its vaccines to gain control of the economy.…
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