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5 Apr 2015
We could also reflect on the personality of Jesus and why the Jews rejected him even though he was not an alien. This confirms the teaching of Jesus that “a man's enemies will be the members of his own household” (Matthew 10:36) and “a prophet is not honoured among his people" (Mark 6:4).
5 Apr 2015
LEE Kuan Yew, may blessings pour on the mention of his names, warned Kwame Nkrumah to change his tune the day after independence. In furtherance of the advice, LKY told Kwame Nkrumah that instead of singing Africa for Africans, he must now sing Come all ye faithful, bring your moneys and your talents and let’s build Ghana and Ghanaians for the glory of the world.
5 Apr 2015
SIR: For the few days leading up to the March 28 election, we were amazed by the abundance of electricity supply we were getting. Everyone was ecstatic, especially workers who need light to make a living.
5 Apr 2015
4 Apr 2015
This past February, it was around 6pm when I used the pedestrian bridge at Lekki phase 1 before ascending, I observed that the usual crowd was absent -quite unusual. At the top, I saw a young man who was sat, with his back on the wall of the bridge. A shirt was thrown over his face. Closer, I noticed that the right leg was a little swollen and out of position. I saw smears of dry blood on the knee area and on the Khaki trousers; not so much.
3 Apr 2015
THE Igbos, who live in these areas, have amongst themselves, the richest individuals in Nigeria. Orifite has over 10 billionaires; the best known of which is Sir Emeka Ofor.
3 Apr 2015
MARCH is colorectal cancer awareness month (commonly called colon cancer awareness month). Most Nigerians are not aware of colon cancer; yet it is one of the most common cancers globally. Colon cancer is the third most common cancer in Nigerian men (after prostate and liver cancer) and the fourth most common cancer in Nigerian women (after breast, cervical and liver cancer). Every two hours, a Nigerian is diagnosed of colon cancer.
Buhari
3 Apr 2015
THE political parties of our borrowed presidential system are not opposing parties in the context of adversarial politics. Political parties of American-style democracy are programmed to be able to work together.
3 Apr 2015
POLITICAL violence is an evil wind that does no one any good. Without taking the scholar’s analytical approach of distinguishing between institutional, ideational and individual forms of political violence, images of its ugliness in Nigeria are still too fresh to serve as deterrence.
3 Apr 2015
Recently, the board introduced the Computer-Based Test (CBT) mode for prospective candidates. The mode in question was introduced in 2013 and was partly utilised during the selection examination for the 2014/2015 academic session.
3 Apr 2015
EMERGING from a momentous and breathtaking presidential and national assembly elections, Nigerian Christians are today joining others across the globe to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, the One upon whose life, death and resurrection, the Christian religion is founded.
3 Apr 2015

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