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If T.B. Joshua Were American…

I genuinely grieve for my nation, Nigeria. A people so enriched with natural talent, a country so bequeathed with bountiful resources, a land so engraved with a remarkable history

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Nigeria: A Nation On Death Row

In a few months time, Africa most populous nation, Nigeria will be heading to the polls to elect its political representatives in an electoral exercise that has been predicted to be the fiercest yet political battle in the history of the country

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Why T.B. Joshua’s Church Collapse Actually Convinced Me He Is A Genuine Man Of God

I know many will be surprised at this opinion but it is an honest and frank progression of thoughts from an open-minded individual, not emboldened by any personal bigotry, political agenda or religious connotation

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Emulate Olejeme’s virtues, Nwaoboshi advises Ali, others

Delta State politicians who are desirous of becoming elected or appointed officials have been told to strive to embody the humility, idealism, pragmatism, visionary leadership, selflessness and hard work of Dr. Ngozi Olejeme in their political career

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Is Nigeria Finally Winning The Fight Against Boko Haram? The T.B. Joshua Connection

The news emanating from Nigerian armed forces in the North this week has been extremely encouraging, especially considering the alarming ISIS inspired ‘caliphate’ rhetoric coined by Boko Haram’s fugitive leader in recent weeks

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The SCOAN calamity, the Church in Nigeria

THE Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, building collapse calamity of Tuesday September 15, will serve as a real test for the Lagos State government’s support for Christians and Churches

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IMO 2015: Why We Want Ikedi Ohakim Back

In 2011, soon after he was sworn in as Governor of Imo State, Owelle Rochas Okorocha promised Nigerians that he was going to be a brand new governor that will rescue Imo state from poverty ,joblessness and under development

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Bring Back Ikedi Ohakim (Part One)

Right from my days in the University of Port Harcourt I fought for the masses and the oppressed. I do this through article writing, placard caring protest, blogging, hiring of legal service, campaigns and struggles against the anti-poor policies of the ruling class

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Gbenga Olawepo: Victim Of Kwara Ignorance (PART 1)

“In the political firmament of Nigeria, there are young Saraki’s, young Azikiwe’s, young Adedoyin’s who are children of established political and financial magnates

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Abia where meats are burn with tyres causing heavy environmental pollution

A walk through the railway that crossed the popular Ama-Ogbonna junction, otherwise called Over-rail, Aba in Abia State, as if you are heading to the Apostolic, Onitsha and Aguata Streets by Omuma Road or by Cemetery Road axis through the railway, leads to this place

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Rescuing Nigeria from PDP’s Misfortune & Misguided Vision in 2015: OPEN LETTER TO THE APC LEADERSHIP

After 15 years of uninterrupted democracy, it is important on this august occasion of May 29, 2014, to write this special letter on how to rescue our dear nation from the hands of unprepared and clueless leadership

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TB Joshua’s Synagogue… The Mecca, Jerusalem Most Nigerian’s Don’t See

I WAS in far away Ajaokuta Steel Company in Kogi State that day; my phones kept ringing like hell. Since we were in the middle of a guided tour of the abandoned multi-million dollars steel company, I switched them to vibration mode

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An Open Letter To The Good People of Oyo State

Good day and compliment of the season to you sons and daughters of Oyo State.
Precisely on the 3rd of February, 1976, thirty-eight years ago, our state, Oyo State was created by the then military government led by Late General Murtala Mohammed, the then old western state was divided into Ogun, Ondo and Oyo states respectively

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Hypocrisy of the Oppressed in Nigeria

Without a wave of mental vacillation or careless ambivalence it is tendentiously apt to say that the oppressor of the oppressed in Nigeria is the oppressed. And the curse of the oppressed in the Nigerian case is the oppressed

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Kogi Guber : Aphonic points The Supreme Court must resolve

When matters become knotty and inexplicable in a society as it is now in Kogi, it is the judiciary that is resorted to for the interpretation of laws and for resolution of conflicts

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Governor Okorocha And Education In Imo

2015 election is fast approaching so one is not surprise at the propaganda and pull him down campaign going on against notable politicians. Politics, as we know, is generally assumed to be a dirty game

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