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If You Lie, You Will Die- Waje Recounts Pregnancy Experience in SS3
If You Lie, You Will Die- Waje Recounts ...

If You Lie, You Will Die- Waje Recounts Pregnancy Experience in SS3

Nigerian musician, Aituaje Iruobe, popularly known as Waje, recounted her experience when she got pregnant while in senior secondary school. The singer shared her ordeal in an Instagram live chat with gospel rapper, Bouqui. She narrated her experience her experience with her pastor in church when... read more »

Shagari’s Grandson Reacts to Kano Blasphemy Sentence, Asks Christians Not to interfere in Islamic Affairs
Shagari’s Grandson Reacts to Kano Blasph...

Shagari’s Grandson Reacts to Kano Blasphemy Sentence, Asks Christians Not t...

Shehu Shagari’s grandson, Bello Shagari has reacted to the sentencing of a musician to death in Kano for blaspheming Prophet Muhammad, asking Christians not to interfere in Islamic affairs. Shagari disclosed this while reacting to the Upper Sharia Court’s judgement in Kano which sentenced a... read more »

I Ask for Some Patience With the Acquisition of Equipment – Buhari
Buhari Reacts to NDDC, EFCC Probes, says...

Buhari Reacts to NDDC, EFCC Probes, says it’s an Abuse of trust

President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday reacted to corruption allegations rocking the Niger Delta Development Commission and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). He said that some of his appointees have betrayed the trust reposed in them. The president disclosed this in a chat with... read more »

Ogun plans August 14 Worship Centres Reopening, Schools to Resume August 4
Ogun plans August 14 Worship Centres Reo...

Ogun plans August 14 Worship Centres Reopening, Schools to Resume August 4

The Ogun state Government plans a conditional approval for reopening of places of worship  across the state from August 14, 2020 in absolute compliance to COVID-19 safety guidelines. The state government also disclosed that schools will resume August 4,  for students preparing for the recently... read more »

OPM and the Aluu Debacle: Fate of Patients as Church Shuts Free Hospital Because of Community Levies
OPM and the Aluu Debacle: Fate of Patien...

OPM and the Aluu Debacle: Fate of Patients as Church Shuts Free Hospital Be...

On Sunday, the 5th of July, the General Overseer of Omega Power Ministries (OPM), Apostle Chibuzor Gift Chinyere announced plans to shut down OPM specialist hospital in Aluu community, Ikwerre Local Government Area of Rivers State. The closure came as a protest to what the Apostle Chinyere... read more »

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We Shall Not Bow - Femi Fani-Kayode

We Shall Not Bow – Femi Fani-Kayode

“I am the leader of Uthman Danfodio dynasty. I have never seen where in the hundred books that Uthman Danfodio said Nigeria belongs to the Fulani. What he wrote was the role of Islam... read more »

Bishop Matthew Kukah's Homily at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi

Bishop Matthew Kukah’s Homily at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi

Homily of His Lordship Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah at the Funeral Mass of Seminarian Michael Nnadi at Good Shepherd Seminary Kaduna (11th February 2020). 1. We have gathered around the... read more »

Opinion: A Clarion Call for “CAN” to be Banned in Nigeria by Ibrahim Jalo Jalingo

Opinion: A Clarion Call for “CAN” to be Banned in Nigeria by Ibrahim Jalo Jalingo

The Christian Association of Nigeria CAN is becoming a threat to peaceful coexistence of Nigeria as an indivisible sovereign country. The Christian body resorted to inviting foreign... read more »

Opinion: Push for Political Islam is Insensitive and Needless, Portends a Grave Danger to Security and Stability

Opinion: Push for Political Islam is Insensitive and Needless, Portends a Grave Danger to ...

By Majeed Dahiru The rise to power of President Muhammadu in 2015 birthed a far right political culture that sparked off a wave of ethno-geographic and religious populism across the... read more »

Opinion: Much Ado About Arabic on Naira Notes and Nigerian Army Flag

Opinion: Much Ado About Arabic on Naira Notes and Nigerian Army F...

Recently, a lawyer sued the Federal Government on the issue of Arabic inscriptions on our currency and on the Nigerian Army’s logo. The fellow, Malcolm Omirhobo, wants the Federal High Court to... read more »