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Buhari: Politicising Religious Majorities in Nigeria

Buhari: Politicising Religious Majorities in Nigeria

  By Leo Igwe   In a piece that was published in The Church Times, President Buhari urged Nigerians not to politicize religion, warning Christians and Muslims against those who would seek to divide them for political reasons. But the question is: did Buhari take a critical look at his form of politicking before making […]

When a Nonentity Takes to Notoriety: The Gangsterism of Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson T. Koijee

By Alfred P. B. Kiadii & Moses Uneh Yahmia A mad house with dullards and perverts scrambling for quick fortune in the face of a frontal assault on the living standards of the masses of the people, the erosion of the fundamental superstructure institutions, compounded by the wholesale defenestration of decent compatriots from the public […]

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Humanism: Rethinking Apostasy And Religious Others In Nigeria

  By Leo Igwe Humanists are meeting in Abuja in early January. The objective of the meeting is to discuss apostasy and the associated risks and challenges. This meeting is special because it is happening at a time when extreme religious beliefs are ravaging the world and wreaking havoc in many places including Nigeria. The […]

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I Ran for President In Cameroon: Here Is What I Learnt

  By Akere T. Muna President Biya won disputed elections on 7 October amidst rising unrest in Cameroon On 6 November, Paul Biya was inaugurated for the seventh time. The 85-year-old has already been in power for the last 36 years and will now serve another seven-year term. President Biya won disputed elections on 7 […]

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ROLAC, SCRAP-C: Embark On FOI Campaign Across Nigeria

  By Walter Duru, Ph.D From East to the West, North and South, the Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption-ROLAC programme of the European Union and the Strengthening Citizens Resistance Against the Prevalence of Corruption – SCRAP-C programme of the United Kingdom Aid have been traversing the length and breadth of Nigeria, spreading the good news […]

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Prince Lawrence Ezeh: An Unsung Humane Personality

  By Nwaorgu Faustinus   Over the years, many a personality has endeared themselves not only to their immediate native villages but also to their communities, the less privilege and even to widows, with the aim of bringing succor, joy, simile and hope to the pessimistic. Jef Raskin has the like of Prince Lawrence in […]

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I Crawled Inside The Gutters To Escape Death In Kaduna Crisis – Nigerian Journalist

  By Temitope Mustapha Passing through Kaduna State on Sunday 21st of October 2018, to connect to Kano State for a two day Media Dialogue on ‘Equity for the Girl Child Education’ , I never thought would end up bloody for me. About 4:35pm (local time), Two times this gentleman who was in the same car with me […]

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Feature: Artificial Intelligence Is Changing The Face Of Gauteng

  Often synonymous with Hollywood blockbuster movies and technological developments of a distant future, drones have shaken off stereotypical thoughts that they only belong on the big screen. These eyes in the sky are fast emerging as tools that are transforming the delivery of services to Gauteng residents. Recently drone technology became a very real […]

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