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Karl Marx

7 Dec 2017
According to atheist philosopher, Karl Marx (1818-83), “Religion is the general theory of this world, its encyclopedic compendium, its logic in popular form, its spiritual point; honneur, its enthusiasm, its moral sanction...
8 Nov 2017
The October Socialist Revolution of 1917, heralding the victory of the Russian Bolshevik Party was shattering of mankind’s several and long-held dogmas and for the first time...
7 Feb 2017
Sir: Capitalism as popularly defined is an economic system in which the means of production and distribution is controlled by individual entrepreneurs or the bosses.
7 Aug 2016
Like Marx, Soyinka also saw so many wrong things with the way Nigerians practise the Christian religion. It prompted him to come up with a play Brother Jero’s Plays, which satirise religion and expose the sly behaviours of some church leaders.
17 Jun 2016
Nigerian economy is an ominous exercise that will continue to provoke debates, controversies and analyses. The mismanagement has unleashed horrendous consequences on the life of Nigerians.

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