Opinion

Fr Martin Anusi is a year older in Priesthood

To celebrate the 27th Priestly Anniversary of Very Rev. Fr Martin Anusi, my friends and I decided to express our perception of him through writing. We hope this will be able to capture how important you mean to us and how far we have grown in the past few years  with you. One major thing about Fr  Anusi is the ...

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The Silver Bullet

By Rev. Fr. Gerald Nwafor We are in search of the silver bullet in our country’s leadership history. From Tafawa Belewa, Nwafor Orizu, to Aguiyi Ironsi Johnson, Yakubu Gowan, Murtala, Obasanjo, Shagari, Buhari, IBB, Yar’Adua, and Goodluck, the bullet has not been found to unlock the potential of the African giant, the most populous black nation in the whole world. ...

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Gov.Soludo Declares Criminality and Idolatry Will Not Prevail In Anambra

Directs Communities To Embark On Public Cleansing. By Kizito Umennadi The Governor of Anambra State, Prof Chukwuma Charles Soludo has made a firm declaration to Ndị Anambra that criminality and idolatry will not prevail in the state. He went on to state that Anambra  is a Christian State and that with firm belief in God (as seen visibly with our ...

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Governor Soludo’s Anambra State

By Okechukwu Anarado Anambra State might just have begun a marathon march to a higher plane of civilization. On the 17th of March, 2022, the globally acclaimed economics scholar and technocrat, Professor Chukwuma Charles Soludo, and Dr. Onyeka Ibezim took the Oath of Office and were respectively sworn in as democratically elected Governor and Deputy Governor of the state. The ...

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Mysticism, Activism and Christianity: Why Pray if You Can Work?

By Fr George Adimike Why pray if you can work? Why work if you can pray? At the background of these polemical questions is the wrong presumption that prayer and work are mutually exclusive. The ramifications of this presumption underpin many of the contemporary preachings, satires and jabs against the religious and existential enterprise. These questions are not only symptomatic ...

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The Fake Bishops’ Episode

By Fr Pat Amobi Chukwuma The opposite of real or original is fake. Fake can never be genuine. There are many fake products in the Nigerian markets. We must shine our eyes well. Once upon a time, I went into a popular market to buy a tin of Bournvitatea because I was lacking in vitality. The one I saw was ...

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The Fall of Boris Johnson

By Nze Nwabueze Akabogu (JP)  The lingering crisis of confidence that had engulfed the ruling Conservative Party in the United Kingdom has finally swept out of power the flamboyant and loquacious Prime Minister, Boris Johnson. Boris Johnson who had remained defiant in the face of open rebellion by members of his cabinet who had resigned from the government was himself forced ...

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Make Anambra Work: Pay Direct to Government

By Paul Nwosu It is deeply troubling when government initiates a policy for the well-being of the people only for it to be sabotaged by greedy touts. The government’s overhaul of the transport sector is actually meant for the drivers and sundry transport owners to pay reduced fees directly to the government instead of paying exorbitant monies to the underhand ...

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Obi and Revolution

By Valentine Obienyem The newest phenomenon in town, Mr. Peter Obi has just turned 61. Contrary to the customary use of the day to see him through biographical prisms, we shall view him through the mass movement that has all the attributes of a revolution in which he is a prominent figure. As far back as one can pry into ...

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Need to Encourage Youths and Future Generations in Making New Inventions, Discoveries

By Livinus Nnebedum History has it that many inventions or discoveries had been made in the past across the world, most of them by persons from so called developed world such as America, Britain, Germany, Russia, France etc. Do we have any important inventions recorded in history that come from individuals native to Nigeria and African in general? If not, ...

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