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17 Apr
As civilisations’ rise and fall depending on the quality of citizens, society stands in need of those transformed by the Easter mystery who, in appreciation of their salvation
14 Mar
Ekiti State governor, Kayode Fayemi, has said that Nigeria will become a major world power in no distant time if it outgrows bigotry, tribalism and ethno-religious biases in its political conversation.
17 Dec
I have been particularly interested in why some NADECO members had to go on exile – on forced exile.
3 Mar 2019
The Bible is full of compelling reasons why personal evangelism must take priority in your life and in the church. Among those compelling priorities are: (i) Time is short and the end is near (John 9:4; 1 Corinthians 7:29,35; Romans 13:12; Matthew 24:33,34). (ii) Souls are precious in the sight of God (Matthew 16:26; Mark…

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Controlling hundreds of thousands of football fans in Qatar's capital will be the biggest security challenge of World Cup 2022, FIFA told police chiefs from competing nations on Sunday. Unlike previous World Cups, where only two teams and their supporters would generally converge on one city at any given time, all the games will take…
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Monkeypox has caught the attention of US President Joe Biden, who said Sunday that people should be on guard against the disease which has the potential for "consequential" impact if it were to spread further. Several cases of monkeypox have been detected in North America and Europe since early May, sparking concern the disease, endemic…
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Napoli ended their season with a comfortable 3-0 Serie A win at Spezia which was stopped for over 10 minutes following clashes between opposing supporters on Sunday. Luciano Spalletti's team were already leading against Spezia on captain Lorenzo Insigne's last game for the club thanks to Matteo Politano's fourth-minute opener when objects were thrown by…
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The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has intercepted 24 parcels of cocaine concealed in 12 tyres of lawnmowers imported into the country through the Port Harcourt International Airport (PHIA). Mr Femi Babafemi ,NDLEA Director ,Media and Advocacy,said  this in a statement on Sunday in Abuja. Babafemi said that a Brazilian returnee, Okechukwu Francis Amaechi,…
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Pope Francis said Sunday that he was following "attentively" the "often complex" life of Catholics in China, without directly referencing a 90-year old cardinal arrested in Hong Kong this month. "I attentively and actively follow the often complex life and the matters of the faithful and pastors, and I pray every day for them," the…