Opinion

Monthly Archives: July 2019

Fighting Terrorism, Insurgency, Political And Religious Violence

. . . Focus of All World Leaders By Livinus Nnebedum Political violence resulting from election malpractices, terrorism, religious upheaval, insurgency, hunger and wars are some of the major threats to peace and security across the Nations of the World. Nigeria had witnessed numerous crisis. Some of these crises include: Bombing at Eagle square in Abuja on October 1, 2010 ...

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Amid Political Uncertainty, Haitian Bishops Announce Year of Prayer

The Catholic bishops of Haiti have announced a year of prayer and adoration for the country, which continues to face heightened tensions and instability amid calls for President Jovenel Moise to resign. “The misery has become so sharp and the insecurity so destabilizing that the tree of hope has been torn from the ground,” the Haitian Bishops’ Conference said, according ...

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Car Bomb near Church in Syria Wounds Several

People extinguish a fire at the scene of a car bomb explosion outside the Syriac Orthodox Church of the Virgin Mary in Qamishli, Syria, July 11, 2019. Credit: Gihad Darwish/AFP/Getty Images. A car bomb exploded near a Syriac Orthodox church in Qamishli Thursday, injuring about 11 people. It is unclear who is responsible for the attack. According to AFP, the ...

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Venezuelan Bishops Ask Maduro to Step Down, Allow Election of New President

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro speaks at a rally in Caracas in support calling a constituent assembly, May 23, 2017. Credit: Marco Salgado/Shutterstock. The Venezuelan bishops asked Thursday that president Nicolas Maduro resign from the office which he “illegitimately” exercises and that a new president be elected in the shortest time possible. “In face of the reality of an illegitimate and ...

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Boris Johnson Is The New Prime Minister Of The United Kingdom

Mr Boris Johnson has been announced the winner of the leadership contest in the Conservative Party effectively becoming the next UK Prime Minister. The result of the contest was announced at the QEII Conference centre, he had 92153 votes to defeat Jeremy Hunt who had 46656 votes. He will take over omorrow after Theresa May tenders her resignation to HM ...

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Curbing Menace of Cultism

The majority of crimes recently in Anambra State have been attributed to members of various cult groups in the state. They have graduated from attacking one another to full blown commission of crimes such as kidnapping and armed robbery. There is no doubt that this is proving to be a great source of bother to the citizens of the state, ...

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From RUGA to E-Registration of Immigrants: What Next

By Uche Amunike Lately, Nigeria my country has been in the news for the most negative reasons any right thinking person can decipher. The insecurity in the country with special thanks to herdsmen menace, the stoic silence by the president of this country regarding the killings, the recent kidnap of travelers on major highways, general hunger in the land thanks ...

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The Delicious and Delicate Egg

By Pat Amobi Chukwuma An egg is an oval roundish object laid by female birds, reptiles, fish and the invertebrates, which contains a developing embryo. The eggs of birds are enclosed in a chalky shell while those of reptiles are in leathery membrane. As far as fowls are concerned, it is the hen that lays eggs. Eggs are potential offsprings ...

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Nnamsom Pays Familiarization Visit to NOCEN

By Abuchi Onwumelu The son of the former Acting President of Nigeria and the erstwhile Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Hon. Prince Nnamsom Nwafor Orizu, 26 June, paid a familiarization visit to Nwafor Orizu College of Education (NOCEN), Nsugbe, in Anambra East Local Government Area, an institution named after his late father, Rt. Hon. Prince Abyssinia Akweke ...

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