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Disecting this strange phenomenon of hundreds of teenage Northern boys, no girls among them, hiding among cattle in trailers, others in minibusses, traveling in the dead of night, trying to sneak into Yorubaland but more especially into the Southeast and South-South zones. For those unfamiliar with Homer’s tome the Iliad, the mythological story of the ten-year siege by forces from a coalition of Greek states circa 670 B.C. against the city-state of Troy, this saying...

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Speculation is still brewing over the mysterious cases of death of many prominent Kano state citizens and residents floating around the media landscape. Last week, the West African Pilot News (WAP) received reports which described grave happenings in Kano, one of Nigeria’s largest commercial and important historic cities. The names on the casualty list read like a roll call of the top echelon of the northern political elite. Enough to call attention to not only...

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Fareed Zakaria is an Indian born American popular TV host of a weekly CNN program (Fareed Zakaria GPS) where global issues are discussed and analyzed. While he is considered by some as opinionated others think that he is an unbiased analyst who focuses on issues without prejudice. His two recent discussions on issues concerning Africans especially West Africans with emphasis on Nigerians have further elicited the argument if he is rational or if he is...

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We’ve reached the point in the fight against coronavirus, this awful and unseen enemy, that lays bare the truth that the evangelists of self-sufficiency and libertarian excess bow before a false god. May the lesson be indelibly inscribed on the minds of the generations soon to move into positions of leadership. We need one another. Editorial by The National Catholic Reporter We’re learning a lot in this time of deep trial. We’re coming fast on an...

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A full and timely investigation into the death of the Nnewi Catholic priest must be conducted. On November 16, 2019, Very Rev. Fr. Dr. Edmund Amobi Nwagbala, the parish priest of St. Peter’s Claver Catholic Church, Nnewichi, Nnewi, Anambra State, died. Today, almost two month later, we don’t know the exact cause of his death or any real details of that fateful morning and the controversies surrounding his mysterious death and the Nnewi Catholic Diocese’s...