Opinion

Nobel Peace Laureates’ Noble Visit To Bahrain, By Babafemi A. Badejo

It is not often that individuals so recognised for peace in the world find time to come together to share their experiences in the Arab world. So, it was great for Bahrainis to be exposed to ideas on making the world a better place with respect to peace. The opportunity…
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Columns

Pakistan: Victim and Ally of Terrorism, By Owei Lakemfa

Pakistan protests that it is not sponsoring terrorism; I am inclined to believe it, except that a person suspected of being a thief should not be found cuddling a neigbour’s sheep. Its training, funding and support for the terrorists in India’s Kashmir and Jammu provinces clearly mark Pakistan out as…
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If You Picked Buhari Over Jonathan In 2015, You Did No Wrong, By ‘Fisayo Soyombo

...something is no longer difficult to see: we can no longer be satisfied with picking one of the two candidates thrown at us by the APC and PDP. It’s time we picked our candidate and threw it at them! There are numerous disgruntled Muhammadu Buhari supporters straddling the social media…
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Opinion

Abducted Chibok Girls: One Day They’ll Be Back Home… Hopefully, By Paul Okolo

- Martha Mark, mother of one of the kidnapped schoolgirls Monica Mark. Photo: AP So as I drop my girl at school this weekend, I’ll be praying for divine intervention on behalf of the Chibok girls that they too would very soon be free to resume their education in a…
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Columns

Chibok Girls and President Jonathan’s Curious Silence, By Steve Ayorinde

On Tuesday when the world remembered the Chibok girls, saddened that one year after more than 200 students were abducted by the Boko Haram sect in Northern Nigeria, they are still in captivity, the only voice that was conspicuously muffled was that of President Goodluck Jonathan. There was no national…
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