Time to stop the tragedy of building collapse By Theophilus Ilevbare

By Theophilus Ilevbare It was a tragedy of building collapse one too many on that balmy Friday, September 12, in the premises of the Synagogue Church, Ikotun, Lagos when the foundations of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Guest House could no longer hold as it came down crashing like a pack of cards. […]

Little girls as weapons of terror? By Theophilus Ilevbare

By Theophilus Ilevbare On January 27, 2002, Palestinian anti-Israeli occupation activist, Wafa Idriss, became the first female suicide bomber of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict when she boldly walked into a shopping district on Jerusalem’s Jaffa Road and blew herself up in the heart of the City. The bomb killed Idris, an Israeli citizen, and wounded approximately […]

Fighting Terrorism With Amnesty By Theophilus Ilevbare

By Theophilus Ilevbare Never mind the barefaced denial from Dr. Reuben Abati, Presidential Spokesman that the Commander-In-Chief, President Goodluck Jonathan, did not offer the Islamist group, Boko Haram, amnesty. On democracy day, we heard the speech of the Minister of Youth Development, Mr. Boni Haruna, loud and clear, and should anyone be in doubt, here […]

Why The North’s Dependence On Oil Revenue Is Festering Terrorism By Theophilus Ilevbare  

By Theophilus Ilevbare The ongoing national conference has been fraught with some very controversial issues one of which is the agitation for control of resources by the delegates from South-South Nigeria pitching them against their Northern compatriots. If the last resource control debate at the confab had lasted for 30 more minutes, insults and fisticuff […]

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