Necessity for chaplaincy services in politics
As I believe that every somehow educated Nigerian should know, the various churches and religious bodies provide chaplaincy services to the military forces in every nation of the world
Current challenges cannot break up Nigeria, says Olumba Olumba Obu
The Brotherhood of the Cross of Star (BCS), yesterday, said Nigeria’s current challenges could not break the country.
Wear Art, with ADM-Projects Capsule collection
The most anticipated capsule collection from Adm-project is now available on the African Designers Mall (ADM). The hand-painted art on each collection represents two and seven different faces speaking with one voice and one goal to fight for our rights, ignoring our respective ethnicity, religion, status, sex, beliefs, and backgrounds. According to Artistic Director /…
Education, best antidote to hate speech
Hate speech is a public speech that expresses hate or encourages violence towards a person or group based on something such as race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation.
Reactions As EndSARS Protesters Plan To Go To Churches
While celebrities and other international stars have joined in fighting against the brutality of SARS, some religious leaders too have joined the fight. The pastor of Daystar Christian Centre, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, has continually spoken out to challenge some government issues in the country. He has once again been applauded for speaking against SARS and…
Family Faces Trial For Shaving Head Of Muslim Girl Over Christian Boyfriend
The parents, uncle, and aunt of a teenager of Bosnian Muslim origin will face trial in France on charges of violence against a minor for shaving her head because of her relationship with a Christian Serbian boy. The girl, aged 17, had her hair shaven off and was also beaten in the eastern city of…
Northern coalition says Kaduna crisis caused by religion, ethnicity
Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) has identified religious and ethnic factors as the causes of violence in the southern part of Kaduna State
Nigerians React As Oyedepo Rejects The Application Of CAMA In Churches
Bishop David Oyedepo on Sunday questioned the rationale behind the inclusion of religious centres and charity organisations into the Company and Allied Matters Acts (CAMA). The law which was recently signed by the Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari states that "the commission may by order, suspend the trustees of an association or a religious body and…
Religion and enforcement of COVID-19 protocols
I kind of liking the role of the government officials in both Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 and that of Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) levels...
Religion in university parliament of Nigeria
Sir: Dr. Olufẹmi Dunmade set the ball rolling: “The country is pervasive of institutional corruption — banks, federal establishments, IPPIS, etc bleeding her citizens...