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Wednesday 20 September 2017
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Category: Perspective

Nigeria, South Africa: Resolving the burden of Xenophobia

  Why Xenophobia thrives By Oluwole Sheriff Olusanya   Clearly, on account of the current burden of xenophobia,  relations...

Christie Toby: Unsung champion of Inclusive education

Celebrating a rare Nigerian jewel By Betty Abah   If today the world comes to a sudden, screeching end and is rolled over as a...

Will Moussa Faki prove us wrong?

  It’s a season of bullets versus bread at the African Union A The Difference Editorial   Tuesday’s formal...

Why Africa’s slave burden isn’t easily going away

SLAVE TRADE IN AFRICA: PAINS OF THE PAST, NIGHTMARES OF THE PRESENT. by Oluwole Sheriff Olusanya   The Encarta Dictionary of English...

Pros and cons of the Lagos’ danfo ban

  Heads or tails, the people should win   By Vicky ricks   When Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwumi  Ambode on Monday 13th of...

Nigeria: Economic recession, religion and survival

  Reflections on the state of the nation By Samson Osagie, Esq.     As I approach my golden age, I have never been so worried and...

Why FG, ASUU must seriously negotiate

  Averting another prolonged ASUU strike   After a one-week warning strike called to protest the Nigerian Federal Government’s...

#AmericaVotes: Africa and the Trump challenge

Why the threat of policy reversal is so real By Oluwole Olusanya Sheriff   “They’re sending people that have a lot of...

Nigeria: Rising above distress and paralysis

A call to arise and facilitate Nigeria’s growth By Ridwan Adelaja   At a very tender age, I understood that Nigeria is a country in...

Human rights crisis puts Burundi on edge

Face off worsens between UN, government   By Akintola Lukmon   On Monday, the Burundi government banned United Nations (UN)...