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12 Apr 2020
Austine Onuoha’s Nevana Productions brought these happenings in prisons to the fore recently in a stage play, titled, the Prison Chronicles.
10 Nov 2019
Healing and other miracles are good, but salvation or freedom from sin towers above them all. It is the greatest miracle ever. It is the first miracle God wants to accomplish in the life of every individual, minister or preacher, because, if members of the congregation are going to be born again and made free…
Blackface Giddem
23 Oct 2019
 It is diss season as we have seen some of Nigeria's finest music stars release diss tracks. From M.I Abaga, Blaqbonez to Vector, there have been enough diss songs making the rounds. Wading in on the diss tide is none other than veteran Nigerian singer and leader of the defunct music group Plantashun Boiz. Blackface…
2 Oct 2019
The judiciary has come a long way in trying to use the law to guide society and make the people be law-abiding as well as foster peace among citizens in the country.
3 Aug 2019
A$AP Rocky is once again a free man, pending the verdict of his ongoing assault case in Sweden. The highly-publicised trial wrapped Friday with Swedish prosecutors asking the court to convict the 30-year-old American rapper and consider imposing at least a six-month jail sentence. Upon his release, one of the first things the rapper did…
2 May 2019
When I first examined the subject of good taste and government in 1992, our country was under the jackboots of the military. I am using jackboots advisedly. If I go by the advice of Chambers 21st Century Dictionary (Revised Edition) and Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, the labelling applies more appropriately to the dark goggled Administration…
15 Jan 2019
Sudanese police Tuesday fired tear gas at crowds of demonstrators chanting "Peace, justice, freedom" in the capital, a day after President Omar al-Bashir insisted protests will not lead to a change in government. Deadly protests have rocked Sudan since December 19 when angry people took to the streets in towns and villages against a government…
4 Nov 2018
Text: Deut 28:1 “And it shall come to pass, if thou shalt hearken diligently unto the voice of the Lord thy God, to observe and to do all His commandments, which I command thee this day, that the Lord thy God will set thee on high above all nations of the earth.” Message Obedience is…
10 Oct 2018
Digital Rights’ is fast becoming a global buzz phrase. Many are either presenting it or regarding it as a nouveau concept. What may, however, not be understood is that the concept of digital rights is not too far from the pre-existing and traditional concept of human rights - a concept as old as mankind. It,…
6 Sep 2018
Hassan was a middle aged Banking Executive who had a sharp deep pain flowing from his right wrist down to his right leg. This pain had plagued him for a little over a year. He had been to the hospital, taken drugs, seen a chiropractor, and had even secretly explored traditional healers, but the pain…
19 Aug 2018
The intellectual challenge to all freedom fighters who win is the challenge of ethical ambiguity. And also moral ambiguity. After freedom has been won, after the war has been won, can the winners be measured by the same ethical and moral standards used to condemn the losers, oppressors and defenders of wrong? For instance, if…
3 May 2018
Veteran Basque leader Arnaldo Otegi vowed Thursday to keep pushing for independence for the northern Spanish region, saying it "does not know peace or freedom," after separatist group ETA announced it had disbanded. "The time has come to take firm steps as a people. I hope and I hope that we do not lose our…

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