Guest Columns

Red Card, Green Card – Notes Towards the Management of Hysteria, By Wole Soyinka

WOLEXIT My exit time schema applies, not yours. If it even becomes convenient to bring it forward, I intend to do so, but please don’t come at me with plaints of time imprecision. I never discussed it with you, nor invited you to a private decision whose execution was already…
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Lunacy and Bloodbath In Turkey, By Owei Lakemfa

With Erdogan in power, democracy in Turkey has been on forced leave. With no human right, freedom of speech in shackles, peaceful protests violently suppressed as if it were treason and democratic institutions including the legislature and judiciary in Erdogan’s pocket, peaceful, democratic or electoral means of changing government has…
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Adeolu Ademoyo

Christ Unity At Easter: An Antidote to Global Bigotry, Terrorism, and Genocide, By Adeolu Ademoyo

Divine unity, which is an antidote to bigotry, hate and terrorism, provides an opportunity in this Easter season to re-think and reflect on our world which is increasingly being filled with hate and bigotry as conditions that dispose groups to terrorism and genocide. Hate and bigotry - in ethnic, religious,…
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Those Setting Fires in Other Countries Can’t Complain, By Owei Lakemfa

Europe is in panic. No, not because of tumbling stocks over what they see as China ‘slowing down’. This itself is intriguing; fanatical prophets and apostles of market forces, begging the Chinese Government to intervene in the Stock Market. The panic is about the tidal waves of migrants from war…
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