Columns

Last Woman Standing and the Return of Strong Men, By Azu Ishiekwene

In what appears to be the mother of all ironies, in the same week when Gurib-Fakim was packing out of the government house in Port Louis, the Chinese parliament, the National Peoples Congress, removed term-limit to the Chinese presidency. The exit of Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson from office in January at the…
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Opinion

Prophetic Predictions and Politics in Africa, By Stan Chu Ilo

Religious leaders in Africa must move away from prophetic predictions and fortune-telling especially in political and economic matters to reading the signs of the times in the light of God's dream for Africa. How for instance is the chaos in Burundi part of God's dream for Africa? Is it God's…
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Opinion

For Nigeria, A New Day Beckons, By Niyi Akinsiju

It is yet the beginning, Nigeria has found its voice once again in international diplomacy even as Nigerians have also rediscovered their pride and the character traits that separate and underscore the Nigerian spirit - the peculiar Nigerian psychographic - boisterous, confident and adventurous. The seizure of Nigeria’s $ million…
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