Showing posts from February, 2019

Opinion: Ndi Igbo, Self-determination struggle and open warfare gaffe

Let me begin by saying, I’d long harbored a strong dislike for the Igbo. Or let me put it differently that I’ve always had an axe to grind with the Igbo.
And I think I’ve got every valid reason to.
Thankfully, though, it’s all in the past now because a series of events have taken place in the cours…

Opinion: Government and governance in Nigeria beyond violence marred political rallies and other such malaise!

Just yesterday, precisely on the afternoon of Sunday, Feb.10th,  2019, I received a call from my elder sister residing at Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State, south-west Nigeria, who genuinely alarmed by incidents of violence which have reportedly marred some of the political rallies around the cou…

Faith Series: Word and Worship in the era of unrestricted access to multimedia Biblical texts

In the past, the Bible has faced tests of originality, internal consistency, the validity of some of its characters, recorded events and prophecies.

For instance, some bible critics cast doubts over the veracity of the character of Melchizedek, the king of Salem who is recorded as a priest of most …

Opinion: What distant observers can’t seem to wrap their heads around with Lagos politics

Nigeria is in the thick of election preparations. And candidates across the various political parties have jostled to emerge as flag bearers for many of the available elective offices. 

Needless to say, the entire process hasn’t been without one shenanigan or the other. But overall, arguably, succes…

Opinion: Ending Obasanjo’s era as a constant 'catalyst' in Nigeria political evolution

From every indication, the coming elections, especially that of the president is bound to be the most keenly contested in Nigeria's political history.
This is because the two leading candidates are from the north which by existing Zonal arrangement should produce the president for eight years.

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