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  • Sometimes one encounters a name and falls in love with it without even knowing its meaning. That’s exactly what transpired when I first heard “Oyakhilome.” It was the name of a reverend gentleman that was the...
  • The African philosopher must have researched deeply into the attitude of the black man when he came out with the saying that you may never know the true nature and manners of an African until he...
  • WRITTEN BY OLUSEGUN ADENIYI There is no better illustration of the Nigerian tragedy than the way it has for almost four decades tried unsuccessfully to do something as simple as giving its nationals identity cards. It has...
  •  Boko Haram gunmen have killed scores of residents in a Nigerian town on the border with Cameroon that they captured in recent raids, witnesses told AFP on Saturday. The militants seized Gamboru Ngala earlier this week...
  • By Odilim Enwegbara As far back as the Venetian Empire, international bankers recognized that lending to governments or monarchs to start or continue a war was more profitable than any other banking business. Not only more...
  • By  Michael Egbejumi-David Men in their 50s – especially the civil servants.At that age, men have lost their idealism, the stark reality of the Nigerian state stares them right in the face.  I had often wondered...

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