OGUN 2019: Your Portfolio Will Count 

By Uzoma Ngozi Earlier this year, the media was awash with news that the APC in Ogun State had zoned the governorship slot to a section of the state ahead of 2019 gubernatorial elections. As interesting as it may sound, politicians need to know come 2019; victory at the polls will be determined by a […]

  Delta agog for Uduaghan

Business mogul, Emmanuel Oritsejolomi Uduaghan would on Saturday be conferred with a chieftaincy title in Warri, Delta State. A statement in Port-Harcourt on Sunday by the chairman of South-South Front (SSF), Chief John Harry said the Chief Executive Officer of Webster Group of Companies would be conferred with the chieftaincy title, Elema of Warri by […]

Opinion: This Rampaging Dis-Ease Called Religion

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun One of the most challenging things to write about is religion. This is because, religion-an institution created by man-has been so abused by the class of animals that created it in the first place. In many cases one is either applauded for a position or chastised depending on the “religious beliefs” […]

Opinion: Why Should I Cover My Hair

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun Religion is one of the greatest institutions created by man. For instance, Islam is defined as a “religion of peace” but you will find in the Quran some passages as violent as this: ”And when the sacred months are passed, kill those who join other gods with Allah wherever ye shall […]

Opinion: How African Underdeveloped Africa

By: Amir Abdulazeez The late historian, Professor Walter Rodney spent 361 pages of writing in 1972 trying to convince readers on how Europe underdeveloped Africa. The book was a masterpiece, as it was one of the best literatures on European imperialism, especially as it relates to Africa. The late historian did a magnificent job in […]

Opinion: We Are The Government By Philip Amiola

By Philip Amiola   When I wrote an article titled Failed Government or Failing Citizens in January 2013, I expected a reverberation of mixed comments. I was not disappointed. In that piece, I attempted to challenge the belief system that makes us channel our creative energies towards blaming the government rather than taking responsibility for effecting change […]

Opinion: Revisiting the LGBT Debate

By Philip Amiola The volume of responses generated by my last article entitled, “Gays and Lesbians, We Will Not Keep Quiet!” has put me under responsibility to write a sequel to address genuine concerns raised by some of my readers. First of all, I want to state that my position on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and […]

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